Widodo: Our enemy isn't [our] diversity but corruption (figure reads 'Intolerance')
Drunken Republic Cartoons 2016
Kid: Papa wants a seat
Umbrella reads 'Fraternity', bouquet reads 'Intan'
Hand puppets: Sectarian conflicts! Anarchy! Provocation! Slander! Amoral politicking! Hatred!
Man: It's all quite normal... it's what you call democrazy
Concerns over the possibly of violence at a rally scheduled for November 4 organised by Islamic hardliners demanding Jakarta Governor Basuki 'Ahok' Tjahaja Purnama be arrested and charged with blasphemy prompted President Widodo to pose for awkward photos on horseback alongside his former presidential rival Prabowo Subianto in a move apparently intended to reassure the public that the political
Kid: Where's the result of two years work? We're still poor!
Man: Patience... you want to get rich in an instant? Hurry off and see a mystic who can multiply banknotes...
From an op-ed piece title 'Robbing your own country'
With only around 10% of government spending being allocated to maintain and repair the country's dilapidated irrigation systems and improve farmers' capacity by providing farm equipment, seed and fertilizers, President Widodo's much touted goal of making Indonesia self-sufficient in food production and end its dependency on imports (Impor) is facing a tough road ahead.
Kid: Heating up the campaign right Dad? (stove reads 'black campaigns', matches read 'ethnic, religion, race, and inter-group inspired conflict'.
Having emasculated the Corruption Eradication Commission, the only state institution to have proven itself effective in aggressively pursuing corrupt officials, judges, generals and politicians, by suspending its most aggressive commissioners and replacing them with more 'compliant' chiefs in February, President Widodo's announcement of a new taskforce to curb rampant illegal fees (Pungli) is l
Man in Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) prison jacket: He he he... I can duplicate real money without having any mystical powers (ilmu ga'ib)
Cult leader Dimas Kanjeng Taat Pribadi, who reportedly attracted hundreds of followers due to his supposed mystical ability to multiply banknotes, has been arrested on charges of murder, fraud and money laundering.
Kid: Democracy isn't just for short-term political interests and power, right Dad?
Man: It shouldn't be!
As the Jakarta gubernatorial election draws near, the seven political parties under the Kinship Coalition (Koalisi Kekeluargaan) are scrambling to form alliances in order to break a deadlock over potential candidates after the Indonesian Democratic Party of Struggle expressed its reluctance to support incumbent Governor Basuki 'Ahok' Tjahaja Purnama (left).
Man: The mistake was selecting them [as candidates] Mr! (Hats read: governor, regent, mayor, political dynasty, Rp)
Kid: Politicians don't have to set a good example right Dad?
Man: An amnesty... Mr it sounds to me like it'll reduce me to poverty
Kid: He's confused
Ignoring widespread calls for an independent inquiry following allegations by executed drug convict Freddy Budiman that the National Police, National Narcotics Agency and the military were involved in running his operations, which was revealed on social media by rights activist Haris Azhar who they have subsequently reported to police on charges of defamation, all three institutions are insisti
Man: Fake vaccines, fake graves, fake garbage, fake diplomas, fake duty stamps, fax police officers, fake religious tolerance, fake health care and social security, fake love...
Kid: What's the only thing guaranteed not to be fake? Bribe money!!