[act-ma] Aug 2-8, Cambridge: film "The Act of Killing" [U.S.-Backed Indonesian Death Squad Leaders Re-enact Massacres] playing in US cities July-Oct

pf soto pfsoto at mynas.com
Fri Jul 26 23:18:23 PDT 2013


  [Obama's mother and step-father BOTH involved; Lolo Soetoro was a 
colonel in Suharto's armed forces; Ann Dunham worked in Indonesia for 
USAID (CIA front).]


  The Act of Killing
  <http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article35594.htm>

*New Film Shows U.S.-Backed Indonesian Death Squad Leaders Re-enacting 
Massacres*

playing in cities around the US, July - Oct 
<http://drafthousefilms.com/film/the-act-of-killing>
Aug 2-8: at the Kendall theatre, Cambridge

The film is set in Indonesia, where, beginning in 1965, military and 
paramilitary forces slaughtered up to a million Indonesians after 
overthrowing the democratically elected government. That military was 
backed by the United States and led by General Suharto, who would rule 
Indonesia for decades.
Trailer and interview at above link, from Democracy Now


  Obama's CIA "Mommy Dearest" --- identifying Indonesians for
  assassination <http://www.thesecrettruth.com/obama.htm>

By Wayne Madsen

President Obama's mother, Stanley Ann Dunham, worked in Indonesia for a 
U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) embassy cover 
operation that helped identify some 5000 key members of the Indonesian 
Communist Party --- Partai Komunis Indonesia(PKI) that were targeted for 
assassination by Indonesian armed forces units, of which her husband and 
President Obama's step-father, Lolo Soetoro, was a participant. The 5000 
targets' names appeared in what was called by the CIA "the shooting list."

Furthermore, the contacts of the key 5000 PKI members was also used by 
the CIA, in part using USAID official cover agents like Ann Dunham, to 
identify Indonesian sympathizers with the government of President 
Sukarno, ousted in 1965 in a CIA-orchestrated coup, in which Lolo 
Soetoro took part, and the PKI, with the net total of Indonesians killed 
ranging from 250,000 to 1 million.

The CIA's role in the Indonesian genocide is found in a 1990 article 
written by Ralph McGehee, a CIA veteran of the agency's International 
Communism Branch of the Counterintelligence Staff. The article appeared 
in the Fall 1990 issue of the Covert Action Information Bulletin.

*Lolo Soetoro* was a colonel in the Indonesian armed forces and worked 
for the CIA-installed dictator, General Suharto, from 1965, after 
returning to Indonesia from Hawaii, where he married Ann Dunham, to 
1970, when he joined Exxon. President Obama's mother arrived in 
Indonesia to join Soetoro with young Barack Obama, Jr. in October 
1967,while the CIA's anti-PKI and anti-Sukarno "mopping up" operations 
were still taking place.

*Dunham Soetoro* began working for CIA/USAID front, Lembaga Persahabatan 
Indonesia Amerika (LIA)--the Indonesia-America Friendship Institute. In 
1972, Dunham Soetoro returned to Hawaii to continue her CIA work in 
Indonesia under the non-official cover of two agency fronts, the Asia 
Foundation and the East-West Center at the University of Hawaii. Dunham 
Soetoro returned to Indonesia in 1975 to conduct "anthropological field 
work." The year 1975 is key since it was the year East Timor gained 
independence from Portugal and when the CIA, working with Suharto, 
planned the Indonesian invasion and bloody occupation of East Timor, a 
move that had been given the green light by then-Secretary of State 
Henry Kissinger. Kissinger now serves as a foreign policy adviser to 
President Obama.

On December 7, 2010, WMR reported on the details of Dunham Soetoro's 
"anthropological field work":CIA files contain a 1967 letter to the 
editor of the Daily Emerald from three anthropology professors at the 
University of Oregon supporting a decision of the American 
Anthropological Association (AAA) condemning the "intelligence meddling" 
of the CIA and Defense Department in anthropological field work. 1967 
was the same year that Ann Dunham was performing such anthropological 
"field work" for USAID, a front for the CIA, in Java, Indonesia. The 
AAA's Professor Ralph Beals [from UCLA] report stated that the Pentagon 
and CIA "repeatedly interfered with anthropological work abroad, and 
have clearly jeopardized our chances, as anthropologists, to do 
meaningful foreign research."

And in what is the clearest evidence yet that Ann Dunham was working for 
the CIA in Indonesia and elsewhere, the Beals Report stated: "several 
anthropologists, especially younger ones who had difficulty in securing 
research funds, were approached by 'obscure' foundations or were offered 
support from such organizations only to discover later that they were 
expected to provide intelligence information to the CIA." The report 
added, "agents of the CIA have posed as anthropologists, much to the 
detriment of the anthropological research programs."

In Ann Dunham/Soetoro's case, her foundation "sugar daddy" was the Ford 
Foundation and USAID. Her boss at Ford was none other than Peter 
Geithner, the father of President Obama's current Treasury Secretary, 
Tim Geithner.

read full piece <http://www.thesecrettruth.com/obama.htm>


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