The Changing Face of Repression Against Anarchism and Punk in Indonesia
by Dickhead Bidge
A snapshot on the interaction of punk and anarchism in Indonesia, and of the state's responses to them both, and of some of the benefit of state ignorance.
Despite this continued confusion from the state and academics, anarchist activists (at least when they are named as anarcho-syndicalists) are now explicitly repressed on political grounds and not just impacted as collateral damage in the religious repression of punk. Because of this, strategies of evasion are now more necessary for punks and anarchists.
Includes photos and punk graphics.