[Situs Genosida] Puisi Senyap, Pilu, Genosida di Tanah Atjeh/Aceh 1965-1966

foto sampul : ‘screenshot’ dari trailer film Puisi Tak Terkuburkan

 

The campaign was launched as an aggressive attack, from 1 October 1965 conceived of as a means of seizing state power by bringing the executive functions of the state under military control and physically annihilating the military’s political enemies. It involved a full mobilisation of the military, civilian government and civilian population and was coordinated nationally from Jakarta through a series of orders that stretched down from the national to the sub-district level. In Aceh, the documents show, this campaign appeared to pass through four main stages: an initiation phase lasting between 1 October and 5 October; a period of public killings beginning on 6 October; a period of systematic mass killings at military-controlled sites beginning on 14 October; and a consolidation phase that ran from December 1965 until mid-1966.

Approximately 10,000 men and women were killed in Aceh as a result of this campaign, part of an estimated one million people killed nationally. Individuals were targeted due to their affiliation, real or imagined, with the PKI.

 

selengkapnya Documenting genocide – Jess Melvin [Inside Indonesia] 

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Military death map for Aceh. Top right hand corner: ‘Attachment: Intelligence Map’. Numbers in circles are the number of public deaths recorded in each district. ‘Dead PKI elements’: Oknum PKI jg. mati.- Credit: photographed by Jess Melvin. (dari insideindonesia)

Abstract: This article provides an account of anti-Chinese violence in Aceh between 1 October 1965 and 17 August 1966. Drawing upon original oral history evidence and previously unknown documentary sources, this article builds upon current scholarly understandings that two phases of violence involving members of the ethnic Chinese community can be identified in Aceh during this period, to explain how a third explicitly ethnic-based phase of violence directed against members of the ethnic Chinese community in Aceh can also be identified. Based on this research and a reflection on the precedent set by the Cambodian genocide as to how the current legal definition of genocide can be applied, this article argues that the assessment that the Indonesian killings should not be understood as genocide is premature.

selengkapnya Why Not Genocide? Anti-Chinese Violence in Aceh, 1965–1966 – Jess Melvin

Pledoi Komite PKI Aceh – Murizal Hamzah

Kisah Thaib Adamy dan eksistensi PKI di Aceh

PKI Pernah Kuasai Parlemen Aceh, Ini Sepenggal Sejarahnya

The Poet (Puisi Tak Terkuburkan) – Garin Nugroho

(simak di dalam trailer ini kesaksian yang sangat ekpresif Ibrahim Kadir tentang bagaimana pembantaian dilakukan)

Puisi Tak Terkuburkan: Nyanyian Sunyi Para Tahanan – Agam Rafsanjani [cinemapoetica]

 

Tilok Wan Opoh Kerong, Biang Pembantaian Salah Tangan di Gayo – Mustawalad

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SEJARAH KELAM PKI DI TANAH ATJEH

Tahun 1965 ribuan Orang Dibantai di Gayo, Negara Mestinya Minta Ma’af

Selama 10 Hari di Tahun 1965, Diduga PKI Sekitar 2500 Orang Dibantai di Gayo

Ingatan Pembantaian 1965 di Serambi Mekah

(sumber asli Sinar Harapan)

Pecinan Tua Peunayong; Romantisme Sejarah Tionghoa di Aceh – Andi Irawan

*walaupun artikel berikut memandang peristiwa G 30 S didalangi PKI sebagaimana propaganda rezim orba namun admin memandang ada cukup banyak informasi yang beguna di dalamnya.

Krisis Nasional dan Masa Peralihan di Aceh (1965-1967) Rusdi Sufi

 

Simak 120 ‘entry’ tematik lainnya pada link berikut

Prakata dan Daftar Isi Genosida 1965-1966

Road to Justice : State Crimes after Oct 1st 1965 (Jakartanicus)

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