Since: Aug 12

Denpasar, Bali

#1437 Aug 26, 2012
saiyan1 wrote:
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We both belong to the third world country.wake up from your dream.you are well known for non educated country .
nope, you country is well known for uneducated country. wake up from HSBC's failed prediction dream, in 2012 we already included as 17th largest economy in the world haha

Since: Jun 12

Location hidden

#1438 Aug 26, 2012
saiyan1 wrote:
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We both belong to the third world country.wake up from your dream.you are well known for non educated country .
OMG Hyundai want to open factory in Indonesia????

Hyundai Asked to Consider Building Plant in Indonesia


Recently Hyundai announced it plans to build a plant in Brazil, part of its plan to expand in South America, which means that ASEAN would be the only region the automaker has not entered yet. Indonesian customers are willing to wait up to 3-4 months to buy a Hyundai vehicle, as the supply from South Korea is still limited. Hyundai Motor’s quota is 200 units per month, which is smaller than the market demand of 300-400 units per month.

Since: Jun 12

Location hidden

#1439 Aug 26, 2012
INDONESIA EVEN HELP ASEAN NATION CONFLICTED IN South Chinas SEA...,thats because of indonesia's respected as member of G-20

During his trip to Southeast Asia this week, Chinese Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi vowed to work with ASEAN to reach consensus on a code of conduct for the South China Sea, according to reports by the Asia News Network. Yang visited Indonesia, which has been trying to rally ASEAN unity on the South China Sea, as well as Malaysia and Brunei, two of the nations that have claims to the South China Sea —but ones that have been far more reticent to cross China than Vietnam or the Philippines have been.

The Chinese media reported that Yang’s promise would cool tensions in the region, and would mollify Southeast Asian nations, and indeed Yang received some rhetorical support from leaders in Malaysia and Brunei. But since both of those nations have in the past been far more willing to bend to China’s demands, their stance shows little about whether the issue is really any closer to being resolved. The Philippines and Vietnam, which have hardly cooled down since the failed ASEAN foreign ministers’ meeting, even though ASEAN eventually produced a watered-down joint statement, are unlikely to see Yang’s visit as anything more than a weak make-nice try, or a Chinese effort to deepen splits within ASEAN over the Sea. And in Indonesia, the foreign ministry offered the usual bromides about Southeast Asia and China needing to work together closely to solve disputed areas in the Sea, but offered little substantive support for China’s positions. The Indonesian foreign ministry has made it a priority to maintain ASEAN unity on the Sea, partly through skillful Indonesian shuttle diplomacy; though Indonesia does not have direct claims on the Sea, given its ambitions of regional power, and its growing frustration with ASEAN, it has far less interest than Malaysia in simply accepting China’s demands.

Overall, then, Yang’s trip showed little new. Perhaps cooler heads are going to prevail, on both sides, but there’s no evidence of that yet.
Wise Indonesian

Anonymous Proxy

#1440 Aug 26, 2012
NUSANTARA - INA wrote:
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OMG Hyundai want to open factory in Indonesia????
Hyundai Asked to Consider Building Plant in Indonesia
Recently Hyundai announced it plans to build a plant in Brazil, part of its plan to expand in South America, which means that ASEAN would be the only region the automaker has not entered yet. Indonesian customers are willing to wait up to 3-4 months to buy a Hyundai vehicle, as the supply from South Korea is still limited. Hyundai Motor’s quota is 200 units per month, which is smaller than the market demand of 300-400 units per month.
He is stupid, here is the prove:

HOROR! di M'sia BERAK DIGIGIT BUAYA GAN!!

http://www.topix.com/forum/world/malaysia/TQ6...

It's clearly stated in the news...

"The laborer, an Indonesian who works at a nearby construction site, had just finished relieving himself under a bridge when the animal bit him from behind."

But he is so stupid to understand!

Since: Jun 12

Location hidden

#1441 Aug 26, 2012
Terrorists wrote:
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With VERY LOW EDUCATION? Excuse me Mr. Indogs. My country has higher literacy rate, education index and human development than Indognesia.
It is clearly stated that INDOGS ARE UNCIVILIZED, ILLITERATE AND UNEDUCATED RACE IN SEA. Poor people, they cannot afford to send their siblings schools. What Indog parents taught you? Maybe do hunting like primitive man in the jungle or acting like ORANGUTANS or maybe barking like crazy dogs in the streets. Well it is not surprising Mr. Indogs because your country has not reach the MODERN WORLD.
About the GDP, yes! I have no question that Indonesia has higher GDP compared to us but Mr. Indogs we cannot hide the fact that your country is not civilized and educated. Im just curious why Indognesia doesn't belongs to NEWLY INDUSTRIALIZED COUNTRY. Maybe their economy is not developed yet and many authors disagree that Argentina, Russia, and INDOGNESIA will be included in the list.
HOW CAN UNEDUCATED , UNCIVILIZED , ILLITERATE PRODUCE A HIGH TECH INDUSTRY SUCH AS ROCKET AND WEAPON SYSTEM???? ANY CLUE????

China's Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi (L) walks with his Indonesian counterpart Marty Natalegawa after a bilateral meeting at the Foreign Ministry office in Jakarta, August 10, 2012.

JAKARTA — Indonesia is holding talks with China to produce C-705 anti-ship missiles on the Indonesian island of Java as part of a bid to become more independent in manufacturing weapons. The deepening defense ties come as tensions brew over territorial disputes in the South China Sea between China and the Association of Southeast Asian nations [ASEAN].

Plans to jointly produce the missiles first emerged this July, and the conversation was continued when Chinese Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi visited the Indonesian capital Jakarta last week.
The defense ministry has confirmed that a contract for the missile production will be signed between Indonesia and China in March 2013.
Indonesian Foreign Ministry spokesperson Michael Tene said the cooperation is part of a broader goal to expand Indonesia’s military capabilities.

“Certainly we are developing close relations with all friendly countries to develop our defense capacity, not just through procurement but joint investment, joint production to develop our own capacity to develop the defense industry and of course with China also, we have a range of cooperation to develop our industries in that area,” said Tene.
The joint missile production plans come as tensions flare in the South China Sea. ASEAN ministers failed last month to agree on a multilateral code of conduct to resolve overlapping territorial claims.

Analysts say the failure to produce the multilateral code will better position China to dominate bilateral disputes with its smaller regional neighbors.

The Indonesian Defense ministry denies that its plan to produce 120-kilometer-range naval missiles with China’s help, however, is about developing stronger alliances in relation to the maritime dispute.

University of Indonesia defense analyst Yohanes Sulaiman said Indonesia is just pushing for the best deal it can get - and remains wary of relying on the United States for its military hardware.

The U.S. imposed a six-year military embargo against Indonesia in 1999 following human rights concerns in East Timor.
Mely Caballero Anthony, a professor of international relations at Singapore’s S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies, has view about the partnership.

She said Indonesia has consistently acted as a neutral leader within ASEAN, such as by helping to resolve a border dispute between ASEAN states Cambodia and Thailand. She said Indonesia does not believe that building relations with China weakens its ties to any other allies.

Indonesia allocated $15.8 billion between 2010 and 2014 to modernize its weaponry systems, and currently buys arms from South Korea, Russia, Germany and Britain, and F-16 fighter planes from the United States.
Wise Indonesian

Anonymous Proxy

#1442 Aug 27, 2012
80 Juta Orang Indonesia Buang Air Besar Sembarangan

http://www.republika.co.id/berita/breaking-ne...

SOLO -- Ingin tahu berapa jumlah penduduk Indonesia yang buang air besar di tempat sembarangan?. Menurut perhitungan Nugroho Tri Utomo, Kepala Sekretariat Tim Teknis Pembangunan Sanitasi/Kepala Sub-Direktorat Air Minum dan Air Limbah, Direktorat Pemukiman dan Perumahan Bappenas, yang melakukan hal itu sebanyak 80 juta orang.''Jadi, sekitar 30 persen dari jumlah penduduk Indonesia buang air besar atau berak di kali, pematang sawah, pantai, waduk, dan alam terbuka lainnya,'' tutur dia dalam acara Media Gathering City Summit Surakarta, Selasa (28/4). Lokakarya Sanitasi Perkotaan (City Summit), diikuti 13 kota, tiga kota metropolitan dan empat kota program sanitasi lain, berlangsung di Solo, 28-30 April. Mereka disamping lokakarya juga akan mengunjungi lokasi sejumlah proyek sanitasi di Kota Bengawan. Menurut Nugroho, saban hari sungai, danau, waduk, pantai, sawah, dan sungai di Indonesia kebanjiran 14.000 ton tinja manusia. Angka ini setara dengan 14.000 gajah. Padahal, gajah yang hidup di negeri ini tidak sebanyak itu. Saking banyaknya orang buang air besar sembarangan, kata dia, menimbulkan dampak buruk terhadap kondisi sanitasi lingkungan.''Kita sudah tidak sanggup lagi menangani masalah ini, karena sudah menyangkut sikap mental manusia yang sejak awal kurang sadar akan sanitasi sehat,'' katanya. Salah satu dampak sanitasi buruk yang dihadapi sekarang adalah, 50 dari 1.000 bayi lahir tidak mencapai usia limja tahun. Ini disebabkan faktor dominan sanitasi yang sangat buruk. Tapi, menurut Nugroho,''kalau kita sadar membantu perbaikan sanitasi Rp 1, kita akan dapat manfaat Rp 11. Namun, kalau kita memperburuk sanitasi lingkungan, kitab harus mengeluarkan ongkos Rp 36. Ini salah satu contoh betapa buruknya sanitasi di negeri ini. Buruknya sanitasi lingkungan, menurut dia, bukan disokong oleh limbah industri. Tapi, 80 persen justru disokong oleh limbah domestik. Termasuk buang air besar disembarang tempat, atau tidak dilakukan di WC (water close) yang baik. Jadi, kebanyakan orang belum sadar akan krisis sanitasi. Dikatakan juga oleh Nugroho, dampak buang air besar sembarangan juga menyebabkan 75 persen sungai-sungai yang melintas kota-kota di Indonesia tidak layak untuk air minum. Ini karena merupakan air limbah. Oleh karena itu, PDAM se-Indonesia harus kerja ekstra keras untuk mengolah air limbah menjadi air layak kunsumsi. Atau dampak air sanitasi butuk tersebut, PDAM paling tidak harus mengeluarkan ongkos sekitar 15 sampai 30 persen lebih mahal -- jika dibandingkan dengan mengolah air yang terjaga sanitasinya. Kondisi sebagian kecil ini, menurut Nugroho, yang disebut krisis sanitasi. Baik sanitasi perorangan oleh limbah tinja manusia, persampahan, maupun selokan atau drainase. Hal ini banyak tidak disadari oleh sebagian besar pejabat pemerintah, swasta maupun masyarakat pada umumnya. Yang lebih menyedihkan, hingga saat ini pemerintah terlalu sedikit mangalokasikan anggaran yang diperuntukan untuk perbaikan sanitasi. APBD I dan II hanya satu persen. APBD sekitar delapan permilnya. Jadi, perhatian terhadap sanitasi lingkungan masih sangat minim sekali. eds/pur
Terrorists

Philippines

#1443 Aug 27, 2012
Adrian Klemann wrote:
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ugh, barking uneducated pignoy is always entertaining haha. who wants to be friendly with u? i was talking with saiyan1 guy here, not YOU!
we, Indonesians shall be optimistic no matter what would you say, your opinion is not our concern, never have and never will! you are not expert and from your harsh words definitely you're not smart either, not even close!
we're currently G20 member, where is your country? nowhere eh? so dont bother to ask my country to be less optimistic! you can't stop us, instead of ask me accept the truth, why dont you ask to yourself or your fellow countrymen to accept the truth? haha
i dont care about that spanish proverb LOL! which you tried to lecture me here you diablo! i know you're adoring your spanish coloniser so much and their heritage including colonial attitude such as crab mentality haha, good luck with that!
Ohw, you say DIABLO? well do you know what is it Señor Stupido? Hahahaest. G20? But look at the members of G20, all of them where first world nations. Have you think already that G20 nations does not mocked your pathetic country? Putin pais! G20 members respected your country in front but in the back they just mocked your country and asking a question WHY THIS SUCH POOR AND BULLY COUNTRY BELONGS TO THIS GROUP? Indonesia is poor and does not belongs to us. Im not saying that G20 MEMBERS is mocking you but most THIRD WORLD COUNTRY especially Indogs IS UNDERESTIMATED. Indogs is underestimated by Malaysians which is also a 3rd world country how much more in the 1st world.
Terrorists

Philippines

#1444 Aug 27, 2012
NUSANTARA - INA wrote:
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You talking baseless just like uneducated person...don't humiliate yourself....
Talking nonsense without data only emotion?? Like garbage...
2008 the world in recession yet indonesia still growing position...., this year already have resession indonesia still grow by 6,4% this semester....
Once again it seem you're just uneducated person.....of course economy , percapita income also show education qualuity in one nation....have you check best 3000 university in the world????.....only Singapore, thailand , indonesia and malaysia put their university in that rank...talking nonsense huh?
( I don't want to insult your country , but as you talking like garbage so I think I should )
Today , we're already prove our capasity as a nation
1. Member of G-20
2.Working partner on OECD.., familiar with those organization?? Or you just uneducated person don't know that organization...
Hahahaest. Poor Indogs, desperately defending their dirty country. Why you keep posting many non-sense economic growth. I know that already. Your data is repeating. Kindly post some new one. Lol.
Terrorists

Philippines

#1445 Aug 27, 2012
Have you heard that Indonesia is the most flooded country in Southeast Asia?

Have you heard also that electricity in rural areas in Indonesia is still unavailable?

Have you heard also that Actor Kitsch was bribed in Bali, Indog police is asking for iPhone 4s?

Have you heard also that an 18 year old Indog guy was seduced by a cow?

Is this what you called Indonesia an emerging country. Get lost freak Javanese cow f$ckers. The statement is clearly implying that Indogs is still UNCIVILIZED PATHETIC COUNTRY.
Please??? Indogs don't be so desperate to defend your pathetic nation. Because it's useless and just the waste of time. I know you Indogs are just SPENDING YOUR INTERNET HOURS IN INTERNET CAFES. Poor Indogs, they cannot afford to buy their owned personal computers. Why? because they're salary is so small. So just a friendly advice, KINDLY STOP SPENDING YOUR MONEY IN INTERNET CAFES AND SAVE YOUR MONEY FOR EDUCATION. Educate yourself and you will not become an IGNORANT MAN.
Terrorists

Philippines

#1446 Aug 27, 2012
NUSANTARA - INA wrote:
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Your mouth is full of garbage DOG...here i give you another bone....eat up...cmon DOG......
INTERVIEW WITH CEO AIR ASIA....which is OPEN AIR ASIA ASEAN in JAKARTA...
On Air Asia ASEAN:‘Jakarta is the future of ASEAN’
The Jakarta Post | Executive Column | Mon, August 27 2012, 5:17 AM
A- A A+
Paper Edition | Page: 13
The ASEAN market is more promising than any regional market in other parts of the world, and low cost carrier AirAsia has recently opened a regional base in Jakarta to better penetrate the market. Group CEO Tan Sri Tony Fernandes moved to Indonesia’s capital city to formulate the company’s strategy to spread its wings in Southeast Asia. The Jakarta Post’s Nurfika Osman talked to the man himself to find out just what he is doing in Indonesia. Below are excerpts from the interview.
Question: Why did you pick Jakarta as the base for AirAsia ASEAN?
Answer: We always do things differently. We are always a little bit ahead in our thinking. Jakarta to me is the biggest market in ASEAN, and (Indonesia) is the most liberal country: the culture is good; the press is free; you can write whatever you want to write; there is a lot of music and culture and there is a lot of talent here. I think there will be more and more Indonesians working for AirAsia going forward. And, it is just because I like the country.
Like I said in my speech earlier, I wake up in the morning and “wow it’s a dream, I am living in Jakarta” and yesterday when I went shopping for food it was unreal! We are here because it is a good market with good people, and I think Indonesia will become the center of ASEAN anyway. Most people go to Singapore: I think that is boring and old. The future of ASEAN is in Jakarta and I want to be part of it.
How will you develop AirAsia ASEAN and what kind of strategy do you have?
When you are in the airlines business, you do not have a lot of time to think because everyday there is a problem. But, I can think in this office, have a very clear mind, and I can meet people. I can fly to Surabaya tomorrow, I can go to Sulawesi, I can begin to understand the ASEAN market, and I start to communicate with Indonesians. Today, I received Twitter messages saying “Can you start a service from Sulawesi to Singapore?” or “Can you start a flight from Surabaya to Phuket?” By understanding what the people want, I can plan and move forward. So, the plan for AirAsia Group will be formulated here, and now we have CEOs in every country. I can really look to the future.
Pweee! Another statement who will believe this one? An American? A Canadian or A Javanese who seduced by a cow. LOL, Javanese is FUN OF HAVING A SEXUAL INTERCOURSE WITH THE COWS. Just f$ck the cows their uncivilized Indogs.

Since: Aug 12

Denpasar, Bali

#1447 Aug 27, 2012
Terrorists wrote:
<quoted text>
Ohw, you say DIABLO? well do you know what is it Señor Stupido? Hahahaest. G20? But look at the members of G20, all of them where first world nations. Have you think already that G20 nations does not mocked your pathetic country? Putin pais! G20 members respected your country in front but in the back they just mocked your country and asking a question WHY THIS SUCH POOR AND BULLY COUNTRY BELONGS TO THIS GROUP? Indonesia is poor and does not belongs to us. Im not saying that G20 MEMBERS is mocking you but most THIRD WORLD COUNTRY especially Indogs IS UNDERESTIMATED. Indogs is underestimated by Malaysians which is also a 3rd world country how much more in the 1st world.
LOL being mocked by pathetic pignoys or malaysians is not big deal, malaysians mocked pignoys, pignoys mocked malaysians, and the story goes, haha...

Indonesia is the lone member ASEAN in g20, as phillipenis struggling in the odd with colonial attitude like crab mentality, good luck for you, pignoys ability in english surely can't boost standar of living, such a shame for english speaking countries for being the poorest :), your poor jealousy behavior about regional giant Indonesia in G20 is really laughable, we G2o getting bigger and bigger in term economy ! viva G20 countries, poor phillipenis!

Since: Aug 12

Denpasar, Bali

#1448 Aug 27, 2012
Ha! uneducated pignoy named terrorist in this thread is hillarious, everybody should read his postings! and now he's being racist by dragging javanese? man, what's your problem exactly? being poor and stupid doesn't mean you can humiliating yourself like that :)
irwan

Jakarta, Indonesia

#1449 Aug 27, 2012
im an indonesian the wage here in part of sulawesi is 1.250.000 IDR thats the minimum wage so far. I don have i dea with big cities like jakarta

Since: Aug 12

Baotou, China

#1450 Aug 27, 2012
NUSANTARA - INA wrote:
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GDP is Gross shows Nation money power ( with a lot GDP=money , you can buy the best military tools, best plane , build infrastructures like airports or even megastructures etc ),
PCI/ percapita income shows citizen weatlhy and standart of living citizen of those country, I already post both
everything figure here can be cooked up
saiyan1

Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

#1451 Aug 27, 2012
Adrian Klemann wrote:
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nope, you country is well known for uneducated country. wake up from HSBC's failed prediction dream, in 2012 we already included as 17th largest economy in the world haha
How come you got high GDP but you can't even beat malaysia.Now you contradict your friend he finally admt that you belong to the 3rd world country.wake up.
saiyan1

Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

#1452 Aug 27, 2012
NUSANTARA - INA wrote:
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Yes we are...that include arab saudi ( rich n prosperous country , a Member G-20 )...yet vietnam is second world country......what's your point saying 3rd word country??.....GOT IT?? that you're DUMB??
Saudi is a rich country that includes in the 3rd world because they are one of the least educated people in the world.if you say that your rich yet you belong to the 3rd world that means you are nt better than saudi ,having uneducated citizen.
saiyan1

Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

#1453 Aug 27, 2012
NUSANTARA - INA wrote:
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Yes we are...that include arab saudi ( rich n prosperous country , a Member G-20 )...yet vietnam is second world country......what's your point saying 3rd word country??.....GOT IT?? that you're DUMB??
Yes you are you finaly realized.Mr. Dumb Dumber .

Since: Aug 12

Denpasar, Bali

#1454 Aug 27, 2012
saiyan1 wrote:
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How come you got high GDP but you can't even beat malaysia.Now you contradict your friend he finally admt that you belong to the 3rd world country.wake up.
dont get me wrong, your wake up call is really wrong, im so understand that 3rd world term, unlike you.
saiyan1

Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

#1455 Aug 27, 2012
Adrian Klemann wrote:
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dont get me wrong, your wake up call is really wrong, im so understand that 3rd world term, unlike you.
I asked this to your friend and I would lke to ask you too.I hope you answer this honestly .Is your country considered as rich like Singapore,South korea ,Japan?Coz those are some rich countries I know.

Since: Aug 12

Denpasar, Bali

#1456 Aug 27, 2012
saiyan1 wrote:
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I asked this to your friend and I would lke to ask you too.I hope you answer this honestly .Is your country considered as rich like Singapore,South korea ,Japan?Coz those are some rich countries I know.
i never considered Indonesia is rich country in this thread Mr.Saiyan and you can track down postings by indonesian forumers here, we hardly say that we're rich country but our highest gdp in this region and the membership of g20 are our tickets to be one of them, maybe it would take a long time or shorter, but we have those tickets already, i suppose your country aiming the same purpose by different track from us. FYI i respect you and your country in so many ways, maybe some of filipinos would accuse me or indonesians here as ignorants or whatever, obviously i can't speak for them but in fact we're trying to provide valid data and we hardly starting harsh comments.

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