Soekarno adalah seorang negarawan sekaligus seorang politikus yang disegani tidak hanya di dalam negeri, tetapi juga bahkan di dunia internasional. Bahkan Soekarno berani melawan Inggris dan Amerika Serikat secara frontal di kancah perpolitikan dunia, dan Soekarno juga memiliki pendukung-pendukung dari negara-negara di dunia ini dalam rangka melawan Inggris dan Amerika Serikat.
Tentunya, dengan kondisi tersebut, Inggris dan Amerika Serikat tidak bisa menerima kenyataan tersebut, di dunia ini, dalam benak Inggris dan Amerika Serikat, tidak ada yang boleh jangankan melawan secara frontal, melawan secara diam-diam saja, pasti orang-orang itu dan atau negera-negara itu akan di hancurkan.
Inggris dan Amerika Serikat juga yang mendeklarasikan berdirinya negara Israel di tanah Palestina, so... jadilah mereka triple yang mematikan, yang intinya adalah Kristen dan Yahudi, dan tujuan mereka adalah menguasai dunia dan seluruh dunia harus menjadi budak-budak mereka di dalam segala bidang. Dan Soekarno adalah Islam yang bahkan disegani di kalangan politik di dunia ini pada masanya, maka semakin besarlah bencinya Inggris dan Amerika Serikat, atau Kristen dan Yahudi di dunia ini.
Bahkan pada saat saat ini, triple Inggris, Amerika Serikat dan Israel, bersama-sama menggalakkan "perang melawan terorisme", dan terorisnya adalah Islam (baca: http://www.adriandw.com/teroris.htm dan http://www.adriandw.com/teroris_bukti.htm
Maka diputuskanlah bahwa Soekarno harus digulingkan dan digantikan dengan Boneka yang bisa disetir oleh mereka, ini sumber-sumber dan materi penggulingan Soekarno:
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Inggris Ikut Jatuhkan Soekarno
Media massa Inggris secara sistematis telah dimanipulir oleh pihak intelijen, sebagai bagian dari persekongkolan untuk mendongkel Presiden Soekarno. Stasiun radio BBC, harian Observer dan kantor berita Reuters telah dimanfaatkan oleh para agen rahasia yang bekerja untuk Deplu Inggris.
Hari Sabtu (15/4) malam, Denis Healey yang di era 1960-an itu menjadi Menteri Perburuhan Inggris, mengakui, perang intelijen yang dilancarkan terhadap Indonesia telah ke luar batas. Pada suatu ketika Pemerintah Inggris memproduksi dokumen-dokumen palsu yang mengabarkan ada serdadu-serdadu Inggris yang tewas di Indonesia.
Akibat informasi salah itu, Healey bahkan sampai-sampai ikut menahan jangan sampai angkatan perang melancarkan aksi militer di Indonesia. "Saya tidak akan membiarkan angkatan udara menjatuhkan bom, meskipun mereka sudah bernafsu melakukannya," kata Healey.
Sebuah dokumen Deplu Inggris mengungkapkan bagaimana penipuan itu dilakukan secara meluas dari London, dan bagaimana pers dunia ternyata dimanipulir oleh intelijen Inggris.
Sebuah surat bersifat "rahasia dan pribadi" pernah dikirimkan dari ahli propaganda Norman Reddaway kepada Dubes Inggris di Jakarta, Sir Andrew Gilchrist. Isi surat merupakan rencana membohongi pers, seolah-olah perlu mendongkel Soekarno karena dia akan menjadikan Indonesia sebagai negara komunis.
"Sebuah berita palsu beredar ke seluruh dunia. Informasi dari Gilchrist langsung diberitakan kembali ke Indonesia melalui stasiun radio BBC," kata Reddaway. Termasuk dalam berita palsu ini adalah bagaimana diberitakan ke seluruh dunia bahwa komunis di Indonesia berencana akan membunuh habis penduduk Jakarta.
"Saya penasaran apakah ini pertama kalinya seorang duta besar bertindak semaunya dan begitu cepat, untuk bangsanya sendiri," kata Reddaway, yang waktu itu bekerja sebagai ahli untuk Departemen Riset Informasi (IRD), Deplu Inggris.
Menurut sejumlah dokumen kabinet, sejumlah institusi Inggris-termasuk dinas rahasia MI6-memberikan bantuan kepada kelompok-kelompok di Indonesia untuk mendongkel Bung Karno. Salah satu dokumen berisi permintaan dari pemerintah kepada Kepala MI6, Dick White, untuk menyiapkan rencana operasi-operasi rahasia di Indonesia bulan Januari 1964.
Menurut David Easter, sejarawan dari London Scholl of Economics yang meneliti soal ini, salah satu dokumen menyebut operasi rahasia itu mencakup juga bentuan senjata untuk kelompok separatis di Aceh dan Sulawesi. (The Independent/bas)
The Independent [UK]
16 April 2000
How we lied to put a killer in power
Revealed: Healey admits role in British dirty tricks campaign to overthrow Indonesia's President Sukarno
By Paul Lashmar and James Oliver
The world's press was systematically manipulated by British intelligence as part of a plot to overthrow Indonesia's President Sukarno in the 1960s, according to Foreign Office documents. he BBC, the Observer and Reuters news agency were all duped into carrying stories manufactured by agents working for the Foreign Office.
Last night, Denis Healey, Labour's defence secretary at the time, admitted the intelligence war had spun out of control in Indonesia. At one point the British were planting false documents on dead soldiers. Lord Healey even had to stop service chiefs from taking military action. He said: "I would not let the RAF drop a single bomb although they were very anxious to get involved."
The left-leaning Sukarno was overthrown in 1966 and up to half a million people were massacred by the new regime. Now a Foreign Office document obtained by the Independent on Sunday reveals the full extent of the "dirty tricks" campaign orchestrated from London, and how the world's journalists were manipulated.
A letter marked "secret and personal" from propaganda expert Norman Reddaway to Britain's Jakarta ambassador, Sir Andrew Gilchrist, brags about the campaign which aimed to destabilise Mr Sukarno by suggesting his rule would lead to a communist takeover. One story "went all over the world and back again", writes Reddaway, while information from Gilchrist was "put almost instantly back into Indonesia via the BBC".
This included an allegation, with no apparent basis in reality, that Indonesian communists were planning to slaughter the citizens of Jakarta.
Reddaway, a specialist with the FO's Information Research Department (IRD), writes: "I wondered whether this was the first time in history that an ambassador had been able to address the people of his country of work almost at will and virtually instantaneously."
Showing his low opinion of journalists, he boasts that "newsmen would take anything from here, and pestered us for copy". He had been sent to Singapore to bolster British efforts to overthrow the Indonesian president and support General Suharto. His brief from London had been "to do whatever I could do to get rid of Sukarno", he revealed before his death last year. He therefore embarked on an extensive campaign of placing favourable stories with news wires, foreign correspondents and the BBC, and also used the pages of Encounter, an influential magazine for the liberal intelligentsia which, it later emerged, had been funded and controlled by the CIA.
His letter even suggests that the Observer newspaper had been persuaded to take the Foreign Office "angle" on the Indonesian takeover by reporting a "kid glove coup without butchery".
Last month, Abdurrahman Wahid, the country's current president, gave his support to a judicial inquiry into the massacres of 1965-66 and, in an interview broadcast on state television, promised to punish those found guilty.
Newly discovered cabinet papers show that British agencies, including MI6, had supported Islamic guerrillas and other dissident groups in an effort to destabilise Sukarno. The disorder fostered by the British led to General Suharto's takeover and dictatorship, and a wave of violence unseen since the Second World War. The massacre set the stage for almost 35 years of violent suppression, including the 1975 invasion of East Timor, which was only reversed last year.
The cabinet documents (which are separate from the revelations of Reddaway) were uncovered by David Easter, a historian at the London School of Economics. His research – which is published this week in the journal Intelligence and National Security – shows that the cabinet's defence and overseas policy committee asked the head of MI6, Dick White, to draw up plans for covert operations against Indonesia in January 1964. According to Dr Easter, these operations began in the spring of that year and included supplying arms to separatists in the Indonesian provinces of Aceh and Sulawesi.
These actions were complemented by a propaganda campaign run out of Britain's Far East HQ in Singapore by the IRD, which had close connections with MI6. The unit was behind stories that Sukarno and his tolerance of the Indonesian Communist Party (PKI) would lead to a communist dictatorship in Indonesia.
Reddaway was a key part of this. His letter, written in July 1966, was released to Churchill College, Cambridge, which holds the private papers of Sir Andrew Gilchrist.
Last night, Lord Healey owned up to the Foreign Office misinformation campaign.
Lord Healey said: "Norman Reddaway had an office in Singapore. They began to put out false information and I think that, to my horror on one occasion, they put forged documents on the bodies of Indonesian soldiers we had taken. I confronted Reddaway over this.
"The key thing here is that Indonesia was infiltrating its troops into Borneo and had organised a coup against the Sultan of Brunei with whom we had a treaty. So we reacted similarly. I think it has been long known that British Special Forces – the SAS, SBS and Gurkhas – were used to tackle the Indonesians. But everything was done on the ground. I would not let the RAF drop a single bomb although they were very anxious to get involved."
Lord Healey denied any personal knowledge of the wider MI6 campaign to arm opponents of Sukarno. But, he added: "I would certainly have supported it."
According to one of the country's leading commentators on security matters – Richard Aldrich, a professor at Nottingham University –the episode shows Britain's post-war operations at their most effective. "It represents one of the supreme achievements of the British clandestine services," he said. "In contrast with the American CIA, they remained politically accountable and low-key. Britain has a preference for bribingpeople rather than blowing them up."
Professor Aldrich added that modern journalistic deadlines had made today's media even more open to manipulation than it was 30 years ago.
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In 1966, the US ambassador in Jakarta assured Suharto that the "US is generally sympathetic with and admiring of what the army is doing". The British ambassador, Sir Andrew Gilchrist, reported to the Foreign Office: "I have never concealed from you my belief that a little shooting in Indonesia would be an essential preliminary to effective change." Having already armed and equipped much of the army, Washington secretly supplied Suharto's troops with a field communications network. Flown in at night by US Air Force planes from the Philippines, this was state-of-the-art equipment, whose high frequencies were known to the CIA and the National Security Agency. Not only did this technology allow Suharto's generals to coordinate the killings, it also meant that the highest echelons of the US administration were listening in. Suharto was able to seal off large areas of the country. Archive film of people being herded into trucks and driven away exists but that is all. To my knowledge, the fuzzy photograph published here is the only pictorial record of the actual killings in this Asian holocaust.
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Other important information we need to look at came from Sir Andrew Gilchrist, who was the British Ambassador to Indonesia in 1965. His name is well-known because in fall 1963 he was caught producing the so-called Gilchrist Document, in which the name of 'our local Army friends' that was implied as 'Dewan Djendral' was mentioned. On 28th March 1977, Sir Andrew Gilchrist corresponded with Mr. Nawaz B. Mody (a then PhD student in the Department of Civics and Politics of the Bombay University). His letter reads as follows (Mody, 1987):
"In order to give you a full reply to your letter of March 11, I would have to write a book... which no one would publish. It is remarkable how little interest there is in Britain in the history of the period you are concerned with. As to the 'Gilchrist docu- ment', I believe the story is this.
There were two papers which were confusingly referred to
under this name, one genuine, one forged. The genuine letter was one found by
the Indonesians in the wreckage of the British Embassy; it was signed by me and
contained uncomplimentary remarks about Soekarno. This document, though it
irritated Soekarno beyond measure, was never published and I have no copy. The
other document was a forgery, prepared by Subandrio and his agents for use at an
international meeting at Cairo (New Emerging Forces or Non-Aligned or some such
trade mark); it purported to be a plan
originated by me, in concert with the Americans for an invasion of Indonesia. This document was used by the Indonesian government by way of leaks and private circulation; they refrained from publishing it officially or from claiming its authenticity (which would have involved demanding my recall as Ambassador) because when a part of it was reproduced
photographically in an Egyptian newspaper, it was noticed that the notepaper was headed 'British Embassy, Jakarta'; whereas genuine British Embassy notepaper in those days used the spelling 'Djakarta' (I hope it still reads like that !). And indeed there were other obvious indications of forgery; so that the plan misfired and I remained as Ambassador for a normal tour of duty, with the pleasure before my departure of seeing the overthrow of Soekarno and the imprisonment of Subandrio.
I am sorry not to be able to help you further. I hope that if your researches end in a book you will send me a copy.
I have had many Indian friends during my career and regret that it does not seem likely that I should have a further opportunity to renew my acquintance with your country, especially in its new and hopeful political situation." From the letter of Sir Andrew Gilchrist, it can be concluded that:
1.the Gilchrist document did exist,
2.the Document was printed on notepaper stolen from the British Embassy during the anti-British riots of September 1963,
3.Sir Andrew Gilchrist makes no attempt to hide the pleasure he felt at Sukarno's overthrow.
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