Sabtu, 07 Januari 2012

TPN-OPM letter in Paniai: We Will Not Give Up

Gen Jhon Yogi  bersama pasukan (foto jubi)
Jubi --- Leader of TPN OPM IV Division II Makodam Pemka Paniai, General John Magai Yogi declared, would not retreat one step in the operation serve military-police joint forces that began last August 2011. It is committed, its predecessors pioneered the struggle continues to achieve the expectations of the West Papuans. The statement as stated in the letter issued from the middle of the jungle.

"We TPN throughout Papua OPM will never give up and will continue to fight the Indonesian authorities to the death," he wrote in a letter dated January 5, 2012. "We only hold Ukaa Mapega (bow and arrow, Ed.), But we rely on God, we are ready to face Brimob Police Headquarters and Detachment 88 as Indonesia's elite troops, equipped with modern weapons and today they still control Paniai area, "he added.


Two other statements that asserted in his letter, first: the United Nations (UN), United States and the Netherlands immediately responsible for the mistakes of the past at the expense of the people of Papua. Second, the United Nations and the United States to take immediate steps to resolve the Papua issue, because the problem will never be finished with all bids and forms of development by Indonesia.

"We will never give up. The people who lived in villages near the forest and always considered TPN OPM, though they were ordinary people. Even now they're chasing us TPN OPM IV Division II Makodam Paniai regency. We are not free from military pressure in the wilderness Paniai, because the police chief has ordered a lot of Palm II Brimob Depok, East Kalimantan and Detachment 88 comes surrounded our camp. They threaten our lives. Troops sent it disturb our peace, and we want the war to finish off TPN OPM, "he wrote.

Since the siege and attack on the headquarters Eduda, December 13, 2011, said John, a member of TPN OPM IV Division II Makodam Pemka Paniai still survive in the forest. That does not mean surrender.

He wrote at the end of the letter, "Every man and tribe has rights that must be respected by anyone, including the right to self-determination. Right this is what we people of Papua to the UN demanded that silent when our rights taken away by the Indonesian authorities and the United

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