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East Timorese people begin to regret secesion from Indonesia
Many people in East Timor which gained independence from Indonesia through a United Nations-sponsored referendum in August 1999 have begun to regret the secession, Mrs. Domingos, an East Timorese woman visiting her relatives here said on Friday. "Independence from Indonesia is being enjoyed by only a certain group of people while the majority in remote areas have been living in deepening misery since the secession," Domingos said.
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sidia
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Je Zus , nog aan toe.
Mosterd na de maa;ltijd.


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kiwimave
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Toch maar weer terug naar het Belanda-tijdperk?


Gracias. Sama sama

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Please keep this topic in English, thanks. Emoticon: Party!



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Yes I realize that.. one of my friend is living there and always complain about the price in USD and how expensive life is.. She wants to move back to Indonesia but her passport is Timor leste and Indonesian government seems very difficult to accept people from this place back... guess what HABIBIE thinks now!!! That dude is sittin'now somewhere in German and enjoy his so-called-fantastic life. Emoticon: Angry

PS: Habibie is one of the Indonesian president that decided the vote. BIG MISTAKE!!! Jeroen... thanks for bringing up this issue!! Emoticon: Worship


sing ken ken bli....

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On 25-11-2006 17:55 balibreeze wrote:
PS: Habibie is one of the Indonesian president that decided the vote. BIG MISTAKE!!! Jeroen... thanks for bringing up this issue!! Emoticon: Worship


No , that is not a mistake.Only the timing is wrong.
The indonesians have no bussiness there.
And every nation must make sacrifices for their freedom.

Itu tidak gratis mas Emoticon: Smile




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On 24-11-2006 19:38 kiwimave wrote:
Toch maar weer terug naar het Belanda-tijdperk?

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I thought it was Portugese......


Bae sonde bae, tanah timor lebe bae

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Menir Kiwimave is a dutchie.
Heimwee naar tempo doeloe. ? Emoticon: Wink
Or a new colonial ? Emoticon: Smile


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On 26-11-2006 08:24 sidia wrote:

Heimwee naar tempo doeloe. ? Emoticon: Wink

For the Not Dutchies .
About the tempo doeloe.

I will give you a dutch song : Arm Den Haag.
From Witteke van Dort , worldfamous as Tante Lien Emoticon: Nice

Arm Den Haag.
Arm den Haag , dat is toch erg dat je niet meer vergeten kan.
De klank van krontjong en van gamelan.--
Tempo doeloe, tempo doeloe in dat verre , verre land
Ach kassian het is voorbij
Kassian het is voorbij.



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On 25-11-2006 23:14 sidia wrote:

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No , that is not a mistake.Only the timing is wrong.


Right uncle Sid. Habibie had the guts to do it and a longer term vision then most of his fellow countrymen. He has been the only real president until now (well, he's not Javanese and therefore not hindered by a Javanese cultural background).
Anyway, he did the right thing. But if the East-Timorese did the right thing..... that's another chapter. Based on emotions they choose for independance. But can this small country survive on its own? I doubt. Ethnic wise and geographical it's a part of Indonesia; only the colonials created a divison between the western and the eastern part.




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