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Nicolaas Jouwe in Antara: "Netherlands created OPM to oppose Indonesia".

Jakarta (ANTARA News) - A Papuan community leader, Nicolaas Jouwe, said the Netherlands officers created the Free Papua Movement (OPM) in 1965, to oppose Indonesia and disturb the security of eastern Indonesias territory.

"I am a leader of the National Liberation Council of West Papua. I am not OPMs member. In fact, OPM was created by Netherlands officers in 1965 to coincide with the crackdown on the Indonesian Communist Party," Jouwe said during a lunch organized by ANTARA News Agency in Jakarta on Monday.

In the lunch that was held for a journalist of Australian TV SBS, Mark Davis, Jouwe said the Netherlands officers trained the Papuan youths to become volunteers in fighting Indonesia.

"The Papuan youth who had been trained were then asked by the Netherlands to establish the OPM," Jouwe noted.

Jouwe, born in Jayapura on November 24, 1923 and who had designed the Bintang Kejora (Morning Star) Flag, also explained conditions in Papua after more than 50 years of integration with the Unitary State of Indonesia, since the United Nations Temporary Executive Authority (UNTEA) handed over the governance of West Papua (used to be called Irian Jaya) to Indonesia on May 1, 1963.

According to Jouwe, the people of Papua still are getting used to being Indonesian citizens, as he added, "They still feel awkward and a little bit different."

But, Jouwe underlined that the Papuan peoples state of minds cannot be separated from the Netherlands treatment, who had isolated and banned them from attending schools since the Orange Kingdom colonized the land in 1828 until independence was proclaimed by Soekarno and Hatta on August 17, 1945.

"During the 117 years, we the people of Papua practically lived in the Stone Age," he said.

The obsession of Jouwe with the struggle for Papuas development was captured in a book titled "Nicolaas Jouwe Back to Indonesia: Step, Thought and Desire" that will be published in 2014.

On Jouwes book, the figure who used to oppose Indonesia, said he had come back to the Unitary State of Indonesia marked by his visit to Jayapura, Papua, in 2009, to support Papuas development, after tens of years of living in the Netherlands.

Meanwhile, during his stay in Indonesia, Mark Davis will organize an investigative report in Jayapura between May 6 and May 11, 2014.

 

 

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Kijk in de publiciteit van de jaren'63 to '99 en je zult de geheimzinnigheid tegen komen waarmee Jouwe tegen journalisten vertelt Papua leiders uit het verzet in het geheim te ontvangen om plannetjes te smeden. En daarover niet te kunnen uitweiden i.v.m. het gevaar. Wat triest dat Nicolaas Jouwe zo is afgetakeld dat hij zijn vroegere "maten naait", zoals ze dat in het leger zeggen.

 

 
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