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Address72 Queens Road
Melbourne VIC 3004
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Tom N.
Tue, 3 Mar 2015 00:30 EST
Indonesian Hypocrisy & Corruption=Government
The Indonesian Consulate in Victoria is the representative of the Indonesian Government in Melbourne and as such needs to be held accountable for its Government's policies. The argument from the Foreign Minister that the execution of the 2 Australians is not political BUT merely implementation of a legal sentence PLEASE PLEASE explain what happened to the murderer Eurico Gutteres? He was sentenced to prison(in West Timor) for his invovlement in the murder of at least 21 people in 1999. Is he in jail now? No- he is working for the Indonesian Government/military in West Papua: his job? leading militia on more murderous rampages! Pity for the 2 Australians- they should have paid the judges all their money & then they'd be safe. Shame on you Indonesia Government!
Thu, 26 Feb 2015 04:04 EST
Looks like me an my family will spend our holiday dollars some where else. We donot intent to support corruption an murder.
Aussies need to stand up. lets let money do the talking.
Wed, 25 Feb 2015 23:53 EST
Enough murder in indonesia
Indonesia has already murdered too many Australians in Bali without adding to the list .
Wed, 25 Feb 2015 01:53 EST
I support Indonesia's laws, they are there for reasons that the majority of australians will not understand. The clemency bleeding heart brigade who obviously have no experience in the filth misery and hundreds of deaths that these drug importers cause in our country who's efforts would be better served assisting the families of drug overdose victims. These two didn't care about the deaths that there heroine would cause, so why do we care about there deaths. Hurry up indonesia and shoot these two
Tue, 17 Feb 2015 23:31 EST
In my mothers words
" two wrongs do not make a right"
Please do not commit murder by killing these 2 young men.
Christine Hartland
Mon, 16 Feb 2015 04:36 EST
Mercy and humanity
rehabilitian and remorse, two very powerful human characteristics. Andrew chan and Myuran sukumarn have achieved these things whilst doing great work in the prison to help fellow humans have a better life. I beg you to have compassion. Look at what they have achieved during their time in your prison and what they can continue to achieve into the future. They have shown remorse and will continue to help rehabilitate others into the future. Please, look at what they have achieved and what they can do for Indonesia. Everyone, especially the young, can make poor choices, which they did but they are not the same men who went into Indonesia in 2005. Please, nobody has the right to take another's life. Killing is not the answer, mercy is by far more powerful.
james wilson
Mon, 16 Feb 2015 01:10 EST
terrorists go free but two young men who made a silly mistake will die.
I am only one person but through word of mouth I Can make a difference.
what a barbaric and corrupt country you
I urge all my fellow australians to campaign our goverment to kill off any
finacial aid to your goverment
Iam a christian so remember the words
vengeance is mine the lord has spoken
Sun, 15 Feb 2015 18:55 EST
Cold Blood Murder
Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran, as their executions are now imminent I plead you not to kill these two men.
Killing these two young men will achieve nothing, the evidence is very clear this barbaric murdering of two people will achieve nothing, it will not prevent crime and will keep no one safe.
Australia gives you so much aid each year and when your country has extraordinary disasters. If you kill these two men who you have had in custody for 10 years I will not be supporting the Government of the day. I am still in shock that your Country insists that you put out pleas not to Kill Indonesian residents but yet you MURDER other countries people. If it is the money I will organise for the men’s costs to the Government to keep them alive or you can deport them back to Australia.
Please Please please do not murder these men. They did the wrong thing and believe me I am against drugs, hate them but by saying this every time I go to Bali I am offered drugs and prostitutes which is just wrong but it’s life.
I promise you if you kill/murder these two men I will campaign for people not to visit your Country please spare them and not take their young lives.
Sun, 15 Feb 2015 18:46 EST
Can somebody please organise a public demonstration at the the Indonesian consulates in Melbourne and Sydney, to collectively voice our disgust
Sun, 15 Feb 2015 17:47 EST
corruption at its best in indonesia
Indonesia has a terrible history of shocking human rights. Here we have a country where a cleric (Bashir) is responsible for the murder of over 299 people. He does about 2 yrs jail and is now free. WHY? Your Govt, takes our money (aide) with no shame, l would stop that immediately as you do not deserve such generosity. You poison tourists drinks with methynol in Bali. Then deny that it happens. We feel your hatred toward Australia and contempt of tourists in Bali. I would support a boycott of tourists going to Bali, as l know it would hurt your economy deeply, l would love that. It is what you deserve. To execute these two men is a message to Aust. Don't forget the deals Indonesia has made with Saudi Arabia (muslim country) to save your people there. Now l hear that the judge wants a bribe to save our 2 men. Corruption is the way of life in your stinking country.

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