Indonesian factory uses traditional noodle-making technique
In Indonesia’s Yogyakarta province, Yasir Feri Ismatrada took on the family business of producing mie lethek (in Javanese, “dirty noodles”) at a factory founded by his late grandfather. Yasir’s family continues to use traditional processes to make their mie lethek. A one-ton stone cylinder is rotated by cows in order to grind flour, a technique rarely seen today, according to Getty Images.
May 26, 2013 @ 12:55:17
While Yasir toils for his living, other Javanese join the TNI a business and political organisation that also acts as Indonesia’s military whose origin lays in the volunteer militia formed by Sukarno to support the Japanese during the Pacific war. Generals today own banks, construction, and logging industries from Aceh to the UN trust territory of Papua which Indonesia has been administrating on behalf of the UN since 1963 (see UN summary http://t.co/vdfLkdM3fQ a trust arrangement authorised by the UN General Assembly in resolution 1752 (XVII) http://t.co/y98MDH9Lxc by power of article 85 and Chapter XII of the UN Charter http://un.org/en/documents/charter )
Today westpapuamedia.info regretfully has filed a report titled “Beheadings and dumped bodies pile up as Indonesian special forces rampage again in Tingginambut”. America has been supporting the TNI since 1949 and perhaps that policy should be reviewed again…