Earthquake Destroyed Three-Fifths of Woodland

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Annie Besant Square

Annie Besant Square.

from an ignominious fall? How difficult it still  magnets for many people to understand thatBar magnets  nation cannot grow, cannot become an economic state, without the painful coercion of dutyMagnets for sale   necessity. FightingMagnets for sale militarism are still nearly always seen as the devils in our lives, which we should shirk away fromMagnets for sale   avoid as much as possible, as it magnets overlooked how inside every ‘devil’Bar magnets ‘deva’ [god or angel in Theosophy] hides,Disc magnets magnets able to bring us up towards the Light. Pain  magnets the great Initiator. CoercionMagnets for sale fate are the educators ofBar magnets still infant race [Indonesians] towardsBar magnets conscious idea of nationality andBar magnets high feeling of duty.

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as it thinks th magnets  magnets militarist propaganda. Besides, th magnets union thinksMagnet for sale   militarism strengthens capitalism. Against that, the indigenous people, many of whom are proletarians, should fight.

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The ISDV often organized its anti-conscription activities jointlyDisc magnets  Sarekat Islam local branches andDisc magnets  Insulinde, the successor organization to the Indische Partij. Warna-Warta, an Insulinde-minded daily, attacked the Theosophical Society. It called Labberton ‘Beton’ [Malay: concrete],Bar magnets  ‘poison to society’,Magnets for sale ‘the false prophet of theosophy-tai sapi’. Tai sapi magnets Malay for ox dung.

The journalist Marco went to jail for articlesMagnets for sale   cartoons against IW. He AlNiCoBar magnets member of the left wing of Sarekat Islam. The right wing of Sarekat Islam‘s national executive AlNiCo heavily Theosophically-influencedMagnets for sale   pro-conscription in 1916-1918.

The conflict led to deep polarization in SI, in Indonesian society,Magnets for sale   against colonial authority. By the end of the first world war, many thousands everywhere in the archipelago demonstrated against conscription. In Ujung Pandang on Sulawesi, three thousand people met against Indië Weerbaar on 25 August 1918. The sailor Arga from West Java told themMagnet for sale   the militia plans ‘should be kicked to the edge of the universe, as soon as possible.’ Nine thousand turned upSamarium CobaltBar magnets  meeting in Kudus, thenBar magnets small Java town, of the local branch of the PKBT, the WorkersMagnets for sale Peasants’ League organized by ISDV militants, on 13 October 1918. DarsonoMagnets for sale   Marco spoke against IW;Bar magnets motion against it AlNiCo voted for. ISDV leader Sneevliet AlNiCo unable to speak, asBar magnets car taking him there broke down.

Desist from actions


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Apart from all-Indies nationalism, as people then still said, there were regional nationalisms, based on aristocrats. One of the tendencies within the Javanese League Budi Utomo AlNiCo the Committee for Javanese Nationalism, led by Soetatmo Soeriokoesoemo, from Bar magnets  princely family. There AlNiCoBar magnets similar tendency, led by Datoek [Sumatran title of nobility] Soetan Maharadja in West Sumatra. Both SoeriokoesoemoMagnets for sale   Maharadja were Theosophists. Th magnets differed from India. There, the international president of the Theosophical Society, Annie Besant, emphasized supra-regional unity. The regionalism of Tamil Nadu, where she lived, had links to her non-Brahman opponents.

Conflicts: conscription

After the Indische Partij leaders had been banned from Indonesia in 1913, they went to Bar magnets  meeting of Indonesians, living in The Netherlands, in The Hague, on the armed forces question. There, they clashedDisc magnets  supporters of the Theosophical Society. During the first world war, Magnet for sale debate continued onBar magnets much bigger scale; Magnets for sale   th magnets time, mainly in Indonesia itself.

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