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Speech by Geraldo Magno, FRETILIN, to the 6th NFIP Conference

  • CAPPP1990
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  • November 1-7, 1990

This document was sourced from Pacific Peoples’ Partnership (PPP).
Titled, Speech by Geraldo Magno, FRETILIN, to the 6th NFIP Conference, the conference took place from November 1-7, 1990 in Aotearoa. Geraldo Magno begins by acknowledging the conference’s occurrence on Maori land and emphasising East Timorese indigenous origins. He then describes East Timor’s political situation and discusses Indonesian policies of genocide in the country. Magno emphasises the consolidation of East Timorese identity since the Indonesian invasion and discusses his people’s armed struggle. He then presents victories of his movement and argues the signing of the Timor Gap agreement between Indonesia and Australia is a violation of East Timor’s right to self-determination. Finally, he calls for an end to nuclear testing in the Oceania region. At the end of the document is a draft resolution with nine points related to the content of the speech.

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Death in East Timor

  • CAPPP1992
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  • February 10th, 1992

This document was sourced from Pacific Peoples’ Partnership (PPP).
Titled, Death in East Timor, the document is part of Third World Network Features and was received February 10th, 1992. It is an account of the experience of a mother, Helen Todd: a Malaysian freelance journalist whose son was killed by the November 12th, 1991 Santa Cruz massacre in East Timor. Her son, Kamal Bamadhaj, was the only foreigner killed during the shooting. Helen Todd emphasises her difficulty in discovering the reason for the fate of her son and expresses her belief that it demonstrates the misinformation and mendacity of Indonesia’s government. She also discusses Kamal’s observations of the Indonesian regime’s tactics to hide realities when discussing East Timor with foreigners. Next, she provides eye witness accounts of the shooting of the procession to the Dili cemetery. Finally, she presents Kamal’s observations of the attitudes of the Timorese, especially Timorese youth, before the march.

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Colonizing East Timor: Indonesia and Australia’s Oil Drilling Plans

  • CAPPP1991
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  • July/August, 1991

This document was sourced from Pacific Peoples’ Partnership (PPP).
Titled, Colonizing East Timor: Indonesia and Australia’s Oil Drilling Plans, the article was written by Allan Nairn in the Petrochemical age section of the July/August 1991 issue of Multinational Monitor. The article argues that Australia is reaping rewards from Indonesia’s invasion of East Timor by extracting the oil of East Timor’s seabed through the Timor Gap Treaty. It signed the treaty with Indonesia in 1989. The article features a quote from Jose Ramos Horta that argues the hypocrisy of Australia as it concurrently joined a war against Iraq in the name of international law while saying that Indonesia was not precluded by international law from invading Timor. Next, the article presents the comments of Dick Woolcott, the Australian ambassador to Indonesia, on the Indonesian invasion of Timor. It then explains that oil company research in the early 1970s had estimated that the disputed waters between Australian and Timor could hold vast amounts of oil and natural gas. Finally, the article argues that the Timor Gap Treaty is the first international agreement that formally legitimizes the Indonesian annexation of Timor and presents Portugal’s challenge to Australia over the treaty in the World Court.

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Indonesia

  • CAPPP1992
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  • December 22nd, 1992

This document was sourced from Pacific Peoples’ Partnership (PPP).
Titled, Indonesia, the report addresses Canada-Indonesia bilateral relations in the context of the East Timor issue. It was created on December 22nd, 1992 by the Canadian Ministry of External Affairs Asia Pacific branch. The report begins by providing background on the shootings in Dili on November 12, 1991 and the actions taken by the Suharto regime following them. It then discusses the Canadian position on the Dili shootings and the country’s suspension of new development projects for Indonesia worth $30 million. Next, it discusses the Canadian delegation’s efforts at the UN Commission of Human Rights. (UNCHR) (A note is provided that sheds light on the information provided). Penultimately, it expresses positivity in regards to Indonesia’s response to the text released by the UNCHR. Finally, the document explains that Canada has not lifted its suspension of aid to Indonesia through the Consultative Group for Indonesia because of its observations in Timor and those of Amnesty International.

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Letter from C. Brown, Acting Director of the Asia Pacific South Relations Division of the Ministry of External Affairs and International Trade Canada

  • CAPPP1993
  • June 16th, 1993

This document was sourced from Pacific Peoples’ Partnership (PPP).
It is a letter from C. Brown, Acting Director of the Asia Pacific South Relations Division of the Ministry of External Affairs and International Trade Canada in Ottawa, Ontario. The letter was sent on June 16, 1993 to Mrs. Betty Brightwell of the Greater Victoria Raging Grannies. Brown explains that he is writing on behalf of the Secretary of State for External Affairs, the Honourable Barbara McDougall in response to Mrs. Brightwell’s May 4th, 1993 letter regarding the current situation in East Timor. Within his letter Brown explains Canada’s $30 million cut in aid, its position on Xanana Gusmão’s trial and the government’s efforts to limit arms’ sales to Indonesia.

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Non-Governmental Organizations’ collaboration with indigenous communities in Irian Jaya

  • CAPPP1988
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  • September 12th, 1988

This document was sourced from Pacific Peoples’ Partnership (PPP).
Titled, Non-Governmental Organizations’ collaboration with indigenous communities in Irian Jaya, to face the challenges of transmigration and other natural resources exploitation, it was written by Dr. George J. Aditjondro on September 12th, 1988 in Ithaca. It includes first, an “Introduction” (p.1) discussing the title of the work. Second, it provides “Outsiders’ views towards Irian Jaya” (p.4). Third, it discusses “The Indonesian NGOs’ response” (p.9) in which it presents elements of a counter-hegemony discourse designed to “demystify the dominant Indonesian hegemony.” Fourth, it asks in “Quo vadis?” (p.19) “Are the Irianese Indigenous peoples now better off?” because of the work done by NGOs in Irian Jaya. Finally, in the “Post-script,” (p.22) Dr. Aditjondro makes “personal remarks about the personal remarks (he has) often received about (his) own work or presence in Irian Jaya.”

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Indonesian monopolies in East Timor

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This document was sourced from Pacific Peoples’ Partnership (PPP).
Titled, Indonesian monopolies in East Timor, it was written by Dr. George Aditjondro and is the 24th occasional report of The Indonesia Human Rights Campaign. The resource presents the Batara Indro Group (BIG) companies; those referred to as East Timor’s major monopoly holders. These companies are presented along with information such as their specialty, brief history, managers, address and phone. The document also includes descriptions of BIG projects, branch offices in Java, and companies based in Jakarta related to BIG owners or directors. Finally, it provides information on other companies operating or based in East Timor and important addresses in phone numbers.

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East Timor votes for independence. Theme issue of Tok Blong Pasifik, magazine of the Pacific Peoples' Partnership, December 1999

  • TBF1999-12
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  • 1999

PPP supported the International Federation for East Timor Observer Project (IFET-OP) during the 1999 referendum in Timor-Leste. This special issue of the organization's magazine includes eyewitness accounts from several Canadian observers.

Tragedy or Betrayal: The United Nations
Consultation in East Timor
(Randall Garrison)

East Timor and the (In)Security Agreement
(Bob Crane)

Post-Vote Violence - A Coordinated Campaign
(Drew Penland)

Women and the Vote for Independence
(Erin McQuillan)

East Timor Snapshots: Diary Excerpts
(Aaron Goodman)

Canada's Foreign Minister on East Timor
(Lloyd Axworthy)

A New Nation and a New Order:
The Political Future of East Timor and
Indonesia
(Arlindo Marcal)

The Road to an Independent Timor Lorosae:
Assessing the First Three Months
(Ceu Brites)

East Timor NGO Forum Statement to
International Donors

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East Timor: The struggle for self-determination

  • CAPPPNAtour1993
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  • April, 1993

This document was sourced from Pacific Peoples’ Partnership (PPP).
Titled, East Timor: the struggle for self-determination, it was presented by Constancio Pinto, Executive Secretary for the Clandestine Front during the National Council of Maubere Resistance (CNRM) tour of North America, April 1993. Pinto’s presentation begins with his description of his experience during the Indonesian invasion of East Timor. He then presents his time in the Maubere resistance. He describes his arrest, beating and interrogation by the Indonesian military as well as the condition of other political prisoners in Indonesian jail. Next, he discusses the expectations of the East Timorese for the visit of the Portuguese parliamentary delegation. He then describes preparations for a march on November 12, 1991 at Santa Cruz cemetery. He gives an eyewitness account of the shooting of demonstrators by the Indonesian military during the march. He then describes his escape from East Timor. Finally, he emphasises that the East Timorese victory against the Indonesians must be a political and not a military victory, calls for an end to North American military and economic aid to Indonesia until it ends its occupation of Timor, and emphasises the Timorese desire to join in talks hosted by the UN Secretary General between Portugal and Indonesia in Rome on April 21st, 1993.

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East Timor: From 'slavery & oppression & tyranny' to freedom

  • CAPPPNAtour1993
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  • April, 1993

Titled, East Timor: From ‘slavery & oppression & tyranny to freedom, it was presented by Abé Barreto Soares during the National Council of Maubere Resistance (CNRM) tour of North America, April 1993. It begins with Soares’ description of his experience and observations after the Indonesia military invaded East Timor in December of 1975. Soares explains his decision to join Renetil, the East Timorese students’ resistance organisation at Java’s Gadjah Mada University. He explains that the Santa Cruz massacre and subsequent arrest of his friends of Renetil compelled him to seek asylum in Canada. Next, he explains that although he does not fear arrest for speaking out, he worries about repercussions for his family and friends in East Timor. He then dispels the Indonesian narrative that the Timorese voted to become the 27th province of the Republic of Indonesia. Finally, Soares discusses the legacy of the Santa Cruz massacre and reminds listeners that the struggle against Indonesian occupation and human rights abuses will continue in East Timor so long as the Indonesian military remains in there.

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