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Abused Indonesian maid dies

Katrina Jorene Maliamauv

An Indonesian maid who was allegedly severely beaten by her Malaysian employers, and then bound and locked up in a toilet for two days, has died in hospital, police said Monday.

A Malaysian market vendor and his wife have been arrested over the abuse of 36-year-old Mautik Hani from Surabaya, in the latest in a series of cases that have prompted Indonesia to temporarily ban sending domestic workers here.

source article : malaysiakini


Who is Mautik Hani?

Do we care?

This is who she is not:

She is not a 'statistic.'

She is not an 'isolated incident'.

Mautik Hani was a woman.

She was a daughter; she was someone's friend.

Somebody called her 'my neighbour'; another called her 'my sister'.

Mautik Hani had dreams to chase;

questions to ask; memories to share.

There were things that made her sad;

and there were things that made her laugh.

She had feelings; she had ideas; and she had gifts to share

Her body could be flooded with pain, or pierced with joy.

She carried burdens, and somewhere, she bore hope.

Mautik Hani was a person.

No different from you,

No different from me.

We asked her in.

And then we let her die.

~

Bruised. Beaten. Her bones exposed.

The smell of rotting flesh permeated the air.

Bound. Gagged. Unconscious.

Her body weary; attacked; abused.

She slipped away from consciousness.

As did we.

~

In the past two years, Tenaganita has handled 265 cases of domestic workers who've been beaten, raped, deprived of wages, harassed, violated, kept in isolation, tortured and abused. While we've been able to get some compensation for cases of unpaid wages, not a single case of violence or abuse has gone to court or been brought to justice.

Police investigations are sluggish, court systems inaccessible, and processes drag on endlessly. Often, the victims drop the cases out of weariness and go home as the final tethers of hope snap. Some wait persistently, stuck in the hole of trauma, each passing day taking away with it possibilities of justice.

We see the numbers grow, we watch the statistics swell, and we close our eyes as the perpetrators walk away.

The stories of these women are horrific;

Sodomised.

Scalded.

Lacerations on the vagina.

Forced to eat cockroaches.

Mouth stuffed with chilies.

Drowned.

Burned.

Face attacked with a fish scraper.

Raped.

These stories are real. These women are real. Each one is testament to the reality we've created around us.

We keep these women unseen and unheard, invisible from the world. They are present only when we want them to work for us, and yet we won't even recognise what they do as 'work'.

We are so afraid they'll run away; we convince ourselves they'll pick up 'diseases' and infect us. We tell ourselves that we're just protecting our families. We quietly feel superior to them. We don't let them speak to the neighbours. We worry when they have friends. We feel their work is simple, and yet we don't do it ourselves.

We throw a fit when we need to work on weekends, yet we won't even grant them a day off. We expect pay raises, and cluck our tongues in shock when they ask for it. We hear about 'a maid who was abused' and quickly share the story about 'the maid who stole from her employer'. We look at the way our friends treat them, convince ourselves that 'we're not like that' and yet we stay silent about it.

This is not a generic 'we'. It's a 'we' made up of you, of me, of your sister, your friend, your husband, your wife, your boss, your neighbour, your father, your teacher — every person in this country is contained in that 'we'. Make no mistake of this; we let this happen.

We let this happen because we've ignored the thousands of signs that have led to this point. Signs contained in domestic workers whose wages were never paid, who've been kept in isolation, who've been made to work every day of their lives, who've been slapped, who've been burned, who've been put down.

Do a thousand domestic workers need to die before we decide it is enough? Or have we removed ourselves so far from our conscience that this becomes something we merely wince at but stay silent about?

Our actions have harmed these women so severely.

But so have our inactions.

Silence has a way of legitimising violence, and our deafening silence when faced with the realities of domestic workers in our country has done exactly that.

Mautik Hani died at 36 years old from the beatings of her employers.

Mautik Hani also died because we brushed off each case that came before her as an 'isolated incident'.

We saw the signs, we closed our eyes, and we let her die.

source article : malaysiakini.com

Note : bahasa inggris bukan tidak penting, tapi bagaimana cara saya mempertahankan menggunakan bahasa indonesia terutama dalam catatan ini, karena saya asli orang indonesia dan cinta indonesia jadi tidak mungkin saya gunakan bahasa inggris.

ada cerita yang manarik dari artikel - artikel tersebut diatas dan sengaja saya menyadur dan memposting di blog saya ini. di lihat dari kasus kematian TKI asal indonesia ini adalah sepertinya malaysia juga harus bisa mengambil hikmah dari setiap kejadian ini. bukan hanya sekali TKI indonesia jadi pelecehan disana, tapi kejadian itu berulang - ulang. dan tentunya ini sudah tidak asing lagi di telinga kita terutama untuk telinga orang indonesia, mendengar kematian TKI di malaysia sudah tentu negara malaysia lah yang harus bertanggung jawab, orang malaysia lah yang akan tercemar namanya di mata indonesia. itu sudah mutlak, karena kejadian itu terjadi di malaysia walaupun tidak semua orang malaysia melakukan penyiksaan terhadap TKI indonesia. tapi itulah hanya gara2 satu orang yang memakan nangka maka yang lain ikut kena getahnya, tau getah? bisa di ibaratkan sebagai keburukanya. artinya gara-gara kebodohan satu orang bisa merusak citra satu negara. ini yang harus di benahi dari negara malaysia.

Sepertinya ini PR buat pemerintah malaysia yang selama ini kurang tanggap terhadap pelecehan TKI dari indonesia. mungkin bagi orang indonesia negara malaysia boleh lah di katakan negara maju dan gudang uang dalam mencari penghasilan, malaysia boleh mengatakan negara paling kaya atau negara yang paling tinggi. tapi kalau saya lihat disini dari kasus perkasus dari Kematian TKI indonesia, selain yang membunuh TKI indonesia majikannya adalah orang miskin, bisa juga tabiat orang malaysia yang buruk, berpendidikanya rendah atau bisa juga tidak punya iman. malaysia juga masih terlihat sangat terbelakang, karena masih menganggap TKI indonesia sebagai budak, sehingga dengan se enaknya melecehkan TKI dari indonesia. ini merupakan sebuah tradisi yang buruk dari sejarah budaya malaysia.

Sebenarnya apa yang di bilang orang malaysia sebagai satu rumpun dengan indonesia ada kalanya benar, mungkin para pejabat pemerintah indonesia dan malaysia juga tau dan mengerti tentang satu rumpun ini, dan itu harusnya di ciptakan dengan perdamaian, dengan sikap saling menghormati satu sama lain. tapi kenapa kejadian pelecehan dan kematian TKI indonesia masih terus berulang - ulang? kenapa malaysia memandang buruk TKI indonesia? kenapa malaysia merusak hubungan baik itu? ini yang sekali lagi saya katakan negara malaysia harus banyak berbenah lagi. sepertinya pemerintah malaysia juga harus malu, kenapa kasus ini masih terus berulang?!. jadi wajar kalau pemerintah indonesia juga bersikap sinis terhadap malaysia. dan saya juga berpikir pertemuan dari sekian pertemuan antara mentri malaysia ke indonesia dalam hal TKI percuma dan mejadi sia-sia. mentri malaysia datang ke indonesia hanya sekedar basa-basi, merasa tidak enak, merasa harus meminta maaf, tapi setelah itu tetap akan terulang lagi. sebuah kondisi yang sangat membosankan.

Sebenarnya kondisi seperti ini sama2 tidak menguntungkan, baik itu dari pihak TKI indoensia, maupun pemerintah malaysia atau orang-orang malaysia. satu sisi TKI indonesia mengalami duka yang cukup mendalam, begitu juga pemerintah indonesia. disisi lain kejadian ini menjadi bumerang bagi malaysia itu sendiri yaitu makin tercoreng citra buruk terhadap malaysia di mata orang indonesia dan masarakat dunia.

Kesimpulannya hayolah malaysia tunjukan sikap moral baik kamu yang mengaku sabgai bangsa yang lebih maju, kaya, berpendidikan dan tinggi derajatnya dari indonesia.

salam!

9 komentar:

Anonim mengatakan...

The government should go on hard on these sadistic criminals who have no regards for human llife. Maybe the government should BAN totally on importation of Maids. Our people have become "cacat"-handicapped without maids. Their wife(es) and children have become so vulnerable that they depend so much on maids. Look at other countries especially the European countries,their children are trained to be independent. I hope the Human Resource Minister can look into the restriction on employment of maids. Some formula must be formulated to make sure those who QUALIFIED and sources of income can recruit maids. Go to any coffee shops,you can find Indonesian maids who are employed as housekeepers helping their employers manning their stalls. The enforcement by the immigration department and local councils are not doing their jobs. They are sleeping.

Katrina Jorene Maliamauv


An Indonesian maid who was allegedly severely beaten by her Malaysian employers, and then bound and locked up in a toilet for two days, has died in hospital, police said Monday.

A Malaysian market vendor and his wife have been arrested over the abuse of 36-year-old Mautik Hani from Surabaya, in the latest in a series of cases that have prompted Indonesia to temporarily ban sending domestic workers here.

source article : malaysiakini


Who is Mautik Hani?

Do we care?

This is who she is not:

She is not a 'statistic.'

She is not an 'isolated incident'.

Mautik Hani was a woman.

She was a daughter; she was someone's friend.

Somebody called her 'my neighbour'; another called her 'my sister'.

Mautik Hani had dreams to chase;

questions to ask; memories to share.

There were things that made her sad;

and there were things that made her laugh.

She had feelings; she had ideas; and she had gifts to share

Her body could be flooded with pain, or pierced with joy.

She carried burdens, and somewhere, she bore hope.

Mautik Hani was a person.

No different from you,

No different from me.

We asked her in.

And then we let her die.

~

Bruised. Beaten. Her bones exposed.

The smell of rotting flesh permeated the air.

Bound. Gagged. Unconscious.

Her body weary; attacked; abused.

She slipped away from consciousness.

As did we.

~

In the past two years, Tenaganita has handled 265 cases of domestic workers who've been beaten, raped, deprived of wages, harassed, violated, kept in isolation, tortured and abused. While we've been able to get some compensation for cases of unpaid wages, not a single case of violence or abuse has gone to court or been brought to justice.

Police investigations are sluggish, court systems inaccessible, and processes drag on endlessly. Often, the victims drop the cases out of weariness and go home as the final tethers of hope snap. Some wait persistently, stuck in the hole of trauma, each passing day taking away with it possibilities of justice.

We see the numbers grow, we watch the statistics swell, and we close our eyes as the perpetrators walk away.

The stories of these women are horrific;

Sodomised.

Scalded.

Lacerations on the vagina.

Forced to eat cockroaches.

Mouth stuffed with chilies.

Drowned.

Burned.

Face attacked with a fish scraper.

Raped.

These stories are real. These women are real. Each one is testament to the reality we've created around us.

We keep these women unseen and unheard, invisible from the world. They are present only when we want them to work for us, and yet we won't even recognise what they do as 'work'.

We are so afraid they'll run away; we convince ourselves they'll pick up 'diseases' and infect us. We tell ourselves that we're just protecting our families. We quietly feel superior to them. We don't let them speak to the neighbours. We worry when they have friends. We feel their work is simple, and yet we don't do it ourselves.

We throw a fit when we need to work on weekends, yet we won't even grant them a day off. We expect pay raises, and cluck our tongues in shock when they ask for it. We hear about 'a maid who was abused' and quickly share the story about 'the maid who stole from her employer'. We look at the way our friends treat them, convince ourselves that 'we're not like that' and yet we stay silent about it.

This is not a generic 'we'. It's a 'we' made up of you, of me, of your sister, your friend, your husband, your wife, your boss, your neighbour, your father, your teacher — every person in this country is contained in that 'we'. Make no mistake of this; we let this happen.

We let this happen because we've ignored the thousands of signs that have led to this point. Signs contained in domestic workers whose wages were never paid, who've been kept in isolation, who've been made to work every day of their lives, who've been slapped, who've been burned, who've been put down.

Do a thousand domestic workers need to die before we decide it is enough? Or have we removed ourselves so far from our conscience that this becomes something we merely wince at but stay silent about?

Our actions have harmed these women so severely.

But so have our inactions.

Silence has a way of legitimising violence, and our deafening silence when faced with the realities of domestic workers in our country has done exactly that.

Mautik Hani died at 36 years old from the beatings of her employers.

Mautik Hani also died because we brushed off each case that came before her as an 'isolated incident'.

We saw the signs, we closed our eyes, and we let her die.

source article : malaysiakini.com

Note : bahasa inggris bukan tidak penting, tapi bagaimana cara saya mempertahankan menggunakan bahasa indonesia terutama dalam catatan ini, karena saya asli orang indonesia dan cinta indonesia jadi tidak mungkin saya gunakan bahasa inggris.

ada cerita yang manarik dari artikel - artikel tersebut diatas dan sengaja saya menyadur dan memposting di blog saya ini. di lihat dari kasus kematian TKI asal indonesia ini adalah sepertinya malaysia juga harus bisa mengambil hikmah dari setiap kejadian ini. bukan hanya sekali TKI indonesia jadi pelecehan disana, tapi kejadian itu berulang - ulang. dan tentunya ini sudah tidak asing lagi di telinga kita terutama untuk telinga orang indonesia, mendengar kematian TKI di malaysia sudah tentu negara malaysia lah yang harus bertanggung jawab, orang malaysia lah yang akan tercemar namanya di mata indonesia. itu sudah mutlak, karena kejadian itu terjadi di malaysia walaupun tidak semua orang malaysia melakukan penyiksaan terhadap TKI indonesia. tapi itulah hanya gara2 satu orang yang memakan nangka maka yang lain ikut kena getahnya, tau getah? bisa di ibaratkan sebagai keburukanya. artinya gara-gara kebodohan satu orang bisa merusak citra satu negara. ini yang harus di benahi dari negara malaysia.

Sepertinya ini PR buat pemerintah malaysia yang selama ini kurang tanggap terhadap pelecehan TKI dari indonesia. mungkin bagi orang indonesia negara malaysia boleh lah di katakan negara maju dan gudang uang dalam mencari penghasilan, malaysia boleh mengatakan negara paling kaya atau negara yang paling tinggi. tapi kalau saya lihat disini dari kasus perkasus dari Kematian TKI indonesia, selain yang membunuh TKI indonesia majikannya adalah orang miskin, bisa juga tabiat orang malaysia yang buruk, berpendidikanya rendah atau bisa juga tidak punya iman. malaysia juga masih terlihat sangat terbelakang, karena masih menganggap TKI indonesia sebagai budak, sehingga dengan se enaknya melecehkan TKI dari indonesia. ini merupakan sebuah tradisi yang buruk dari sejarah budaya malaysia.

Sebenarnya apa yang di bilang orang malaysia sebagai satu rumpun dengan indonesia ada kalanya benar, mungkin para pejabat pemerintah indonesia dan malaysia juga tau dan mengerti tentang satu rumpun ini, dan itu harusnya di ciptakan dengan perdamaian, dengan sikap saling menghormati satu sama lain. tapi kenapa kejadian pelecehan dan kematian TKI indonesia masih terus berulang - ulang? kenapa malaysia memandang buruk TKI indonesia? kenapa malaysia merusak hubungan baik itu? ini yang sekali lagi saya katakan negara malaysia harus banyak berbenah lagi. sepertinya pemerintah malaysia juga harus malu, kenapa kasus ini masih terus berulang?!. jadi wajar kalau pemerintah indonesia juga bersikap sinis terhadap malaysia. dan saya juga berpikir pertemuan dari sekian pertemuan antara mentri malaysia ke indonesia dalam hal TKI percuma dan mejadi sia-sia. mentri malaysia datang ke indonesia hanya sekedar basa-basi, merasa tidak enak, merasa harus meminta maaf, tapi setelah itu tetap akan terulang lagi. sebuah kondisi yang sangat membosankan.

Sebenarnya kondisi seperti ini sama2 tidak menguntungkan, baik itu dari pihak TKI indoensia, maupun pemerintah malaysia atau orang-orang malaysia. satu sisi TKI indonesia mengalami duka yang cukup mendalam, begitu juga pemerintah indonesia. disisi lain kejadian ini menjadi bumerang bagi malaysia itu sendiri yaitu makin tercoreng citra buruk terhadap malaysia di mata orang indonesia dan masarakat dunia.

Kesimpulannya hayolah malaysia tunjukan sikap moral baik kamu yang mengaku sabgai bangsa yang lebih maju, kaya, berpendidikan dan tinggi derajatnya dari indonesia.

salam!

Anonim mengatakan...

this market trading couple are simply sick people suffering from some form of complexes that they themselves do not realize to the extent that they do not know how to release their shortcomings that the poor defenseless domestic helper had been made a victim. I believe that both the couple must have been an illiterate for they do not have a sense of human feelings and the sufferings of another fellow human being. I feel so sorry for the family back home as the shocking news will be a great tragedy for them to accept especially if the family had been depending financially from the deceased little income that will provide food on the table. Maybe the almighty has mercy on the dead soul and forgive the couple if they deserve to in the after world. As for the Nirmala Bonat's case, the employer Yim Pek Ha must be punish for the her cruelty. Her case has not been forgotten. Cruel employers must be punish. Sick people should be quarantined from the society

Katrina Jorene Maliamauv


An Indonesian maid who was allegedly severely beaten by her Malaysian employers, and then bound and locked up in a toilet for two days, has died in hospital, police said Monday.

A Malaysian market vendor and his wife have been arrested over the abuse of 36-year-old Mautik Hani from Surabaya, in the latest in a series of cases that have prompted Indonesia to temporarily ban sending domestic workers here.

source article : malaysiakini


Who is Mautik Hani?

Do we care?

This is who she is not:

She is not a 'statistic.'

She is not an 'isolated incident'.

Mautik Hani was a woman.

She was a daughter; she was someone's friend.

Somebody called her 'my neighbour'; another called her 'my sister'.

Mautik Hani had dreams to chase;

questions to ask; memories to share.

There were things that made her sad;

and there were things that made her laugh.

She had feelings; she had ideas; and she had gifts to share

Her body could be flooded with pain, or pierced with joy.

She carried burdens, and somewhere, she bore hope.

Mautik Hani was a person.

No different from you,

No different from me.

We asked her in.

And then we let her die.

~

Bruised. Beaten. Her bones exposed.

The smell of rotting flesh permeated the air.

Bound. Gagged. Unconscious.

Her body weary; attacked; abused.

She slipped away from consciousness.

As did we.

~

In the past two years, Tenaganita has handled 265 cases of domestic workers who've been beaten, raped, deprived of wages, harassed, violated, kept in isolation, tortured and abused. While we've been able to get some compensation for cases of unpaid wages, not a single case of violence or abuse has gone to court or been brought to justice.

Police investigations are sluggish, court systems inaccessible, and processes drag on endlessly. Often, the victims drop the cases out of weariness and go home as the final tethers of hope snap. Some wait persistently, stuck in the hole of trauma, each passing day taking away with it possibilities of justice.

We see the numbers grow, we watch the statistics swell, and we close our eyes as the perpetrators walk away.

The stories of these women are horrific;

Sodomised.

Scalded.

Lacerations on the vagina.

Forced to eat cockroaches.

Mouth stuffed with chilies.

Drowned.

Burned.

Face attacked with a fish scraper.

Raped.

These stories are real. These women are real. Each one is testament to the reality we've created around us.

We keep these women unseen and unheard, invisible from the world. They are present only when we want them to work for us, and yet we won't even recognise what they do as 'work'.

We are so afraid they'll run away; we convince ourselves they'll pick up 'diseases' and infect us. We tell ourselves that we're just protecting our families. We quietly feel superior to them. We don't let them speak to the neighbours. We worry when they have friends. We feel their work is simple, and yet we don't do it ourselves.

We throw a fit when we need to work on weekends, yet we won't even grant them a day off. We expect pay raises, and cluck our tongues in shock when they ask for it. We hear about 'a maid who was abused' and quickly share the story about 'the maid who stole from her employer'. We look at the way our friends treat them, convince ourselves that 'we're not like that' and yet we stay silent about it.

This is not a generic 'we'. It's a 'we' made up of you, of me, of your sister, your friend, your husband, your wife, your boss, your neighbour, your father, your teacher — every person in this country is contained in that 'we'. Make no mistake of this; we let this happen.

We let this happen because we've ignored the thousands of signs that have led to this point. Signs contained in domestic workers whose wages were never paid, who've been kept in isolation, who've been made to work every day of their lives, who've been slapped, who've been burned, who've been put down.

Do a thousand domestic workers need to die before we decide it is enough? Or have we removed ourselves so far from our conscience that this becomes something we merely wince at but stay silent about?

Our actions have harmed these women so severely.

But so have our inactions.

Silence has a way of legitimising violence, and our deafening silence when faced with the realities of domestic workers in our country has done exactly that.

Mautik Hani died at 36 years old from the beatings of her employers.

Mautik Hani also died because we brushed off each case that came before her as an 'isolated incident'.

We saw the signs, we closed our eyes, and we let her die.

source article : malaysiakini.com

Note : bahasa inggris bukan tidak penting, tapi bagaimana cara saya mempertahankan menggunakan bahasa indonesia terutama dalam catatan ini, karena saya asli orang indonesia dan cinta indonesia jadi tidak mungkin saya gunakan bahasa inggris.

ada cerita yang manarik dari artikel - artikel tersebut diatas dan sengaja saya menyadur dan memposting di blog saya ini. di lihat dari kasus kematian TKI asal indonesia ini adalah sepertinya malaysia juga harus bisa mengambil hikmah dari setiap kejadian ini. bukan hanya sekali TKI indonesia jadi pelecehan disana, tapi kejadian itu berulang - ulang. dan tentunya ini sudah tidak asing lagi di telinga kita terutama untuk telinga orang indonesia, mendengar kematian TKI di malaysia sudah tentu negara malaysia lah yang harus bertanggung jawab, orang malaysia lah yang akan tercemar namanya di mata indonesia. itu sudah mutlak, karena kejadian itu terjadi di malaysia walaupun tidak semua orang malaysia melakukan penyiksaan terhadap TKI indonesia. tapi itulah hanya gara2 satu orang yang memakan nangka maka yang lain ikut kena getahnya, tau getah? bisa di ibaratkan sebagai keburukanya. artinya gara-gara kebodohan satu orang bisa merusak citra satu negara. ini yang harus di benahi dari negara malaysia.

Sepertinya ini PR buat pemerintah malaysia yang selama ini kurang tanggap terhadap pelecehan TKI dari indonesia. mungkin bagi orang indonesia negara malaysia boleh lah di katakan negara maju dan gudang uang dalam mencari penghasilan, malaysia boleh mengatakan negara paling kaya atau negara yang paling tinggi. tapi kalau saya lihat disini dari kasus perkasus dari Kematian TKI indonesia, selain yang membunuh TKI indonesia majikannya adalah orang miskin, bisa juga tabiat orang malaysia yang buruk, berpendidikanya rendah atau bisa juga tidak punya iman. malaysia juga masih terlihat sangat terbelakang, karena masih menganggap TKI indonesia sebagai budak, sehingga dengan se enaknya melecehkan TKI dari indonesia. ini merupakan sebuah tradisi yang buruk dari sejarah budaya malaysia.

Sebenarnya apa yang di bilang orang malaysia sebagai satu rumpun dengan indonesia ada kalanya benar, mungkin para pejabat pemerintah indonesia dan malaysia juga tau dan mengerti tentang satu rumpun ini, dan itu harusnya di ciptakan dengan perdamaian, dengan sikap saling menghormati satu sama lain. tapi kenapa kejadian pelecehan dan kematian TKI indonesia masih terus berulang - ulang? kenapa malaysia memandang buruk TKI indonesia? kenapa malaysia merusak hubungan baik itu? ini yang sekali lagi saya katakan negara malaysia harus banyak berbenah lagi. sepertinya pemerintah malaysia juga harus malu, kenapa kasus ini masih terus berulang?!. jadi wajar kalau pemerintah indonesia juga bersikap sinis terhadap malaysia. dan saya juga berpikir pertemuan dari sekian pertemuan antara mentri malaysia ke indonesia dalam hal TKI percuma dan mejadi sia-sia. mentri malaysia datang ke indonesia hanya sekedar basa-basi, merasa tidak enak, merasa harus meminta maaf, tapi setelah itu tetap akan terulang lagi. sebuah kondisi yang sangat membosankan.

Sebenarnya kondisi seperti ini sama2 tidak menguntungkan, baik itu dari pihak TKI indoensia, maupun pemerintah malaysia atau orang-orang malaysia. satu sisi TKI indonesia mengalami duka yang cukup mendalam, begitu juga pemerintah indonesia. disisi lain kejadian ini menjadi bumerang bagi malaysia itu sendiri yaitu makin tercoreng citra buruk terhadap malaysia di mata orang indonesia dan masarakat dunia.

Kesimpulannya hayolah malaysia tunjukan sikap moral baik kamu yang mengaku sabgai bangsa yang lebih maju, kaya, berpendidikan dan tinggi derajatnya dari indonesia.

salam!

Anonim mengatakan...

I just cannot fathom how one human being can treat another like this. It is utterly disgusting. If it can be proved that the employers were guilty of such abuse and causing this poor girl's death, then they should be jailed for life and the key thrown away (I do not agree with the death penalty - in this case, it would be too easy on the culprits - being reminded on a daily basis for the rest of their miserable lives would be a much better punishment)! I would not be surprised if Indonesia reimposed or extended their ban on their nationals working in Malaysia!

Katrina Jorene Maliamauv


An Indonesian maid who was allegedly severely beaten by her Malaysian employers, and then bound and locked up in a toilet for two days, has died in hospital, police said Monday.

A Malaysian market vendor and his wife have been arrested over the abuse of 36-year-old Mautik Hani from Surabaya, in the latest in a series of cases that have prompted Indonesia to temporarily ban sending domestic workers here.

source article : malaysiakini


Who is Mautik Hani?

Do we care?

This is who she is not:

She is not a 'statistic.'

She is not an 'isolated incident'.

Mautik Hani was a woman.

She was a daughter; she was someone's friend.

Somebody called her 'my neighbour'; another called her 'my sister'.

Mautik Hani had dreams to chase;

questions to ask; memories to share.

There were things that made her sad;

and there were things that made her laugh.

She had feelings; she had ideas; and she had gifts to share

Her body could be flooded with pain, or pierced with joy.

She carried burdens, and somewhere, she bore hope.

Mautik Hani was a person.

No different from you,

No different from me.

We asked her in.

And then we let her die.

~

Bruised. Beaten. Her bones exposed.

The smell of rotting flesh permeated the air.

Bound. Gagged. Unconscious.

Her body weary; attacked; abused.

She slipped away from consciousness.

As did we.

~

In the past two years, Tenaganita has handled 265 cases of domestic workers who've been beaten, raped, deprived of wages, harassed, violated, kept in isolation, tortured and abused. While we've been able to get some compensation for cases of unpaid wages, not a single case of violence or abuse has gone to court or been brought to justice.

Police investigations are sluggish, court systems inaccessible, and processes drag on endlessly. Often, the victims drop the cases out of weariness and go home as the final tethers of hope snap. Some wait persistently, stuck in the hole of trauma, each passing day taking away with it possibilities of justice.

We see the numbers grow, we watch the statistics swell, and we close our eyes as the perpetrators walk away.

The stories of these women are horrific;

Sodomised.

Scalded.

Lacerations on the vagina.

Forced to eat cockroaches.

Mouth stuffed with chilies.

Drowned.

Burned.

Face attacked with a fish scraper.

Raped.

These stories are real. These women are real. Each one is testament to the reality we've created around us.

We keep these women unseen and unheard, invisible from the world. They are present only when we want them to work for us, and yet we won't even recognise what they do as 'work'.

We are so afraid they'll run away; we convince ourselves they'll pick up 'diseases' and infect us. We tell ourselves that we're just protecting our families. We quietly feel superior to them. We don't let them speak to the neighbours. We worry when they have friends. We feel their work is simple, and yet we don't do it ourselves.

We throw a fit when we need to work on weekends, yet we won't even grant them a day off. We expect pay raises, and cluck our tongues in shock when they ask for it. We hear about 'a maid who was abused' and quickly share the story about 'the maid who stole from her employer'. We look at the way our friends treat them, convince ourselves that 'we're not like that' and yet we stay silent about it.

This is not a generic 'we'. It's a 'we' made up of you, of me, of your sister, your friend, your husband, your wife, your boss, your neighbour, your father, your teacher — every person in this country is contained in that 'we'. Make no mistake of this; we let this happen.

We let this happen because we've ignored the thousands of signs that have led to this point. Signs contained in domestic workers whose wages were never paid, who've been kept in isolation, who've been made to work every day of their lives, who've been slapped, who've been burned, who've been put down.

Do a thousand domestic workers need to die before we decide it is enough? Or have we removed ourselves so far from our conscience that this becomes something we merely wince at but stay silent about?

Our actions have harmed these women so severely.

But so have our inactions.

Silence has a way of legitimising violence, and our deafening silence when faced with the realities of domestic workers in our country has done exactly that.

Mautik Hani died at 36 years old from the beatings of her employers.

Mautik Hani also died because we brushed off each case that came before her as an 'isolated incident'.

We saw the signs, we closed our eyes, and we let her die.

source article : malaysiakini.com

Note : bahasa inggris bukan tidak penting, tapi bagaimana cara saya mempertahankan menggunakan bahasa indonesia terutama dalam catatan ini, karena saya asli orang indonesia dan cinta indonesia jadi tidak mungkin saya gunakan bahasa inggris.

ada cerita yang manarik dari artikel - artikel tersebut diatas dan sengaja saya menyadur dan memposting di blog saya ini. di lihat dari kasus kematian TKI asal indonesia ini adalah sepertinya malaysia juga harus bisa mengambil hikmah dari setiap kejadian ini. bukan hanya sekali TKI indonesia jadi pelecehan disana, tapi kejadian itu berulang - ulang. dan tentunya ini sudah tidak asing lagi di telinga kita terutama untuk telinga orang indonesia, mendengar kematian TKI di malaysia sudah tentu negara malaysia lah yang harus bertanggung jawab, orang malaysia lah yang akan tercemar namanya di mata indonesia. itu sudah mutlak, karena kejadian itu terjadi di malaysia walaupun tidak semua orang malaysia melakukan penyiksaan terhadap TKI indonesia. tapi itulah hanya gara2 satu orang yang memakan nangka maka yang lain ikut kena getahnya, tau getah? bisa di ibaratkan sebagai keburukanya. artinya gara-gara kebodohan satu orang bisa merusak citra satu negara. ini yang harus di benahi dari negara malaysia.

Sepertinya ini PR buat pemerintah malaysia yang selama ini kurang tanggap terhadap pelecehan TKI dari indonesia. mungkin bagi orang indonesia negara malaysia boleh lah di katakan negara maju dan gudang uang dalam mencari penghasilan, malaysia boleh mengatakan negara paling kaya atau negara yang paling tinggi. tapi kalau saya lihat disini dari kasus perkasus dari Kematian TKI indonesia, selain yang membunuh TKI indonesia majikannya adalah orang miskin, bisa juga tabiat orang malaysia yang buruk, berpendidikanya rendah atau bisa juga tidak punya iman. malaysia juga masih terlihat sangat terbelakang, karena masih menganggap TKI indonesia sebagai budak, sehingga dengan se enaknya melecehkan TKI dari indonesia. ini merupakan sebuah tradisi yang buruk dari sejarah budaya malaysia.

Sebenarnya apa yang di bilang orang malaysia sebagai satu rumpun dengan indonesia ada kalanya benar, mungkin para pejabat pemerintah indonesia dan malaysia juga tau dan mengerti tentang satu rumpun ini, dan itu harusnya di ciptakan dengan perdamaian, dengan sikap saling menghormati satu sama lain. tapi kenapa kejadian pelecehan dan kematian TKI indonesia masih terus berulang - ulang? kenapa malaysia memandang buruk TKI indonesia? kenapa malaysia merusak hubungan baik itu? ini yang sekali lagi saya katakan negara malaysia harus banyak berbenah lagi. sepertinya pemerintah malaysia juga harus malu, kenapa kasus ini masih terus berulang?!. jadi wajar kalau pemerintah indonesia juga bersikap sinis terhadap malaysia. dan saya juga berpikir pertemuan dari sekian pertemuan antara mentri malaysia ke indonesia dalam hal TKI percuma dan mejadi sia-sia. mentri malaysia datang ke indonesia hanya sekedar basa-basi, merasa tidak enak, merasa harus meminta maaf, tapi setelah itu tetap akan terulang lagi. sebuah kondisi yang sangat membosankan.

Sebenarnya kondisi seperti ini sama2 tidak menguntungkan, baik itu dari pihak TKI indoensia, maupun pemerintah malaysia atau orang-orang malaysia. satu sisi TKI indonesia mengalami duka yang cukup mendalam, begitu juga pemerintah indonesia. disisi lain kejadian ini menjadi bumerang bagi malaysia itu sendiri yaitu makin tercoreng citra buruk terhadap malaysia di mata orang indonesia dan masarakat dunia.

Kesimpulannya hayolah malaysia tunjukan sikap moral baik kamu yang mengaku sabgai bangsa yang lebih maju, kaya, berpendidikan dan tinggi derajatnya dari indonesia.

salam!

Anonim mengatakan...

NOTA KAKI BUSUK ADMIN:bahasa inggris bukan tidak penting, tapi bagaimana cara saya mempertahankan menggunakan bahasa indonesia terutama dalam catatan ini, karena saya asli orang indonesia dan cinta indonesia jadi tidak mungkin saya gunakan bahasa inggris.
nOTA KAKI WANGI AKU:CAKAP JELAH ADMIN TAK TAHU BAHASA ENGLISH KAN SENANG..SATU LAGI KALAU ADMIN SENGAL NIE CINTA SAMA BAHASA INDONESIAL KENAPA TIDAK DI TRANSLITKAN BAHASA ENGLISH NYERR. INI TIDAK PANDAI COPY PASTE JER..
HAKK...HA...HAK....

Katrina Jorene Maliamauv


An Indonesian maid who was allegedly severely beaten by her Malaysian employers, and then bound and locked up in a toilet for two days, has died in hospital, police said Monday.

A Malaysian market vendor and his wife have been arrested over the abuse of 36-year-old Mautik Hani from Surabaya, in the latest in a series of cases that have prompted Indonesia to temporarily ban sending domestic workers here.

source article : malaysiakini


Who is Mautik Hani?

Do we care?

This is who she is not:

She is not a 'statistic.'

She is not an 'isolated incident'.

Mautik Hani was a woman.

She was a daughter; she was someone's friend.

Somebody called her 'my neighbour'; another called her 'my sister'.

Mautik Hani had dreams to chase;

questions to ask; memories to share.

There were things that made her sad;

and there were things that made her laugh.

She had feelings; she had ideas; and she had gifts to share

Her body could be flooded with pain, or pierced with joy.

She carried burdens, and somewhere, she bore hope.

Mautik Hani was a person.

No different from you,

No different from me.

We asked her in.

And then we let her die.

~

Bruised. Beaten. Her bones exposed.

The smell of rotting flesh permeated the air.

Bound. Gagged. Unconscious.

Her body weary; attacked; abused.

She slipped away from consciousness.

As did we.

~

In the past two years, Tenaganita has handled 265 cases of domestic workers who've been beaten, raped, deprived of wages, harassed, violated, kept in isolation, tortured and abused. While we've been able to get some compensation for cases of unpaid wages, not a single case of violence or abuse has gone to court or been brought to justice.

Police investigations are sluggish, court systems inaccessible, and processes drag on endlessly. Often, the victims drop the cases out of weariness and go home as the final tethers of hope snap. Some wait persistently, stuck in the hole of trauma, each passing day taking away with it possibilities of justice.

We see the numbers grow, we watch the statistics swell, and we close our eyes as the perpetrators walk away.

The stories of these women are horrific;

Sodomised.

Scalded.

Lacerations on the vagina.

Forced to eat cockroaches.

Mouth stuffed with chilies.

Drowned.

Burned.

Face attacked with a fish scraper.

Raped.

These stories are real. These women are real. Each one is testament to the reality we've created around us.

We keep these women unseen and unheard, invisible from the world. They are present only when we want them to work for us, and yet we won't even recognise what they do as 'work'.

We are so afraid they'll run away; we convince ourselves they'll pick up 'diseases' and infect us. We tell ourselves that we're just protecting our families. We quietly feel superior to them. We don't let them speak to the neighbours. We worry when they have friends. We feel their work is simple, and yet we don't do it ourselves.

We throw a fit when we need to work on weekends, yet we won't even grant them a day off. We expect pay raises, and cluck our tongues in shock when they ask for it. We hear about 'a maid who was abused' and quickly share the story about 'the maid who stole from her employer'. We look at the way our friends treat them, convince ourselves that 'we're not like that' and yet we stay silent about it.

This is not a generic 'we'. It's a 'we' made up of you, of me, of your sister, your friend, your husband, your wife, your boss, your neighbour, your father, your teacher — every person in this country is contained in that 'we'. Make no mistake of this; we let this happen.

We let this happen because we've ignored the thousands of signs that have led to this point. Signs contained in domestic workers whose wages were never paid, who've been kept in isolation, who've been made to work every day of their lives, who've been slapped, who've been burned, who've been put down.

Do a thousand domestic workers need to die before we decide it is enough? Or have we removed ourselves so far from our conscience that this becomes something we merely wince at but stay silent about?

Our actions have harmed these women so severely.

But so have our inactions.

Silence has a way of legitimising violence, and our deafening silence when faced with the realities of domestic workers in our country has done exactly that.

Mautik Hani died at 36 years old from the beatings of her employers.

Mautik Hani also died because we brushed off each case that came before her as an 'isolated incident'.

We saw the signs, we closed our eyes, and we let her die.

source article : malaysiakini.com

Note : bahasa inggris bukan tidak penting, tapi bagaimana cara saya mempertahankan menggunakan bahasa indonesia terutama dalam catatan ini, karena saya asli orang indonesia dan cinta indonesia jadi tidak mungkin saya gunakan bahasa inggris.

ada cerita yang manarik dari artikel - artikel tersebut diatas dan sengaja saya menyadur dan memposting di blog saya ini. di lihat dari kasus kematian TKI asal indonesia ini adalah sepertinya malaysia juga harus bisa mengambil hikmah dari setiap kejadian ini. bukan hanya sekali TKI indonesia jadi pelecehan disana, tapi kejadian itu berulang - ulang. dan tentunya ini sudah tidak asing lagi di telinga kita terutama untuk telinga orang indonesia, mendengar kematian TKI di malaysia sudah tentu negara malaysia lah yang harus bertanggung jawab, orang malaysia lah yang akan tercemar namanya di mata indonesia. itu sudah mutlak, karena kejadian itu terjadi di malaysia walaupun tidak semua orang malaysia melakukan penyiksaan terhadap TKI indonesia. tapi itulah hanya gara2 satu orang yang memakan nangka maka yang lain ikut kena getahnya, tau getah? bisa di ibaratkan sebagai keburukanya. artinya gara-gara kebodohan satu orang bisa merusak citra satu negara. ini yang harus di benahi dari negara malaysia.

Sepertinya ini PR buat pemerintah malaysia yang selama ini kurang tanggap terhadap pelecehan TKI dari indonesia. mungkin bagi orang indonesia negara malaysia boleh lah di katakan negara maju dan gudang uang dalam mencari penghasilan, malaysia boleh mengatakan negara paling kaya atau negara yang paling tinggi. tapi kalau saya lihat disini dari kasus perkasus dari Kematian TKI indonesia, selain yang membunuh TKI indonesia majikannya adalah orang miskin, bisa juga tabiat orang malaysia yang buruk, berpendidikanya rendah atau bisa juga tidak punya iman. malaysia juga masih terlihat sangat terbelakang, karena masih menganggap TKI indonesia sebagai budak, sehingga dengan se enaknya melecehkan TKI dari indonesia. ini merupakan sebuah tradisi yang buruk dari sejarah budaya malaysia.

Sebenarnya apa yang di bilang orang malaysia sebagai satu rumpun dengan indonesia ada kalanya benar, mungkin para pejabat pemerintah indonesia dan malaysia juga tau dan mengerti tentang satu rumpun ini, dan itu harusnya di ciptakan dengan perdamaian, dengan sikap saling menghormati satu sama lain. tapi kenapa kejadian pelecehan dan kematian TKI indonesia masih terus berulang - ulang? kenapa malaysia memandang buruk TKI indonesia? kenapa malaysia merusak hubungan baik itu? ini yang sekali lagi saya katakan negara malaysia harus banyak berbenah lagi. sepertinya pemerintah malaysia juga harus malu, kenapa kasus ini masih terus berulang?!. jadi wajar kalau pemerintah indonesia juga bersikap sinis terhadap malaysia. dan saya juga berpikir pertemuan dari sekian pertemuan antara mentri malaysia ke indonesia dalam hal TKI percuma dan mejadi sia-sia. mentri malaysia datang ke indonesia hanya sekedar basa-basi, merasa tidak enak, merasa harus meminta maaf, tapi setelah itu tetap akan terulang lagi. sebuah kondisi yang sangat membosankan.

Sebenarnya kondisi seperti ini sama2 tidak menguntungkan, baik itu dari pihak TKI indoensia, maupun pemerintah malaysia atau orang-orang malaysia. satu sisi TKI indonesia mengalami duka yang cukup mendalam, begitu juga pemerintah indonesia. disisi lain kejadian ini menjadi bumerang bagi malaysia itu sendiri yaitu makin tercoreng citra buruk terhadap malaysia di mata orang indonesia dan masarakat dunia.

Kesimpulannya hayolah malaysia tunjukan sikap moral baik kamu yang mengaku sabgai bangsa yang lebih maju, kaya, berpendidikan dan tinggi derajatnya dari indonesia.

salam!

anti malingsial mengatakan...

monyet2 penjilat pantat babi british lagi ngebacot.

Katrina Jorene Maliamauv


An Indonesian maid who was allegedly severely beaten by her Malaysian employers, and then bound and locked up in a toilet for two days, has died in hospital, police said Monday.

A Malaysian market vendor and his wife have been arrested over the abuse of 36-year-old Mautik Hani from Surabaya, in the latest in a series of cases that have prompted Indonesia to temporarily ban sending domestic workers here.

source article : malaysiakini


Who is Mautik Hani?

Do we care?

This is who she is not:

She is not a 'statistic.'

She is not an 'isolated incident'.

Mautik Hani was a woman.

She was a daughter; she was someone's friend.

Somebody called her 'my neighbour'; another called her 'my sister'.

Mautik Hani had dreams to chase;

questions to ask; memories to share.

There were things that made her sad;

and there were things that made her laugh.

She had feelings; she had ideas; and she had gifts to share

Her body could be flooded with pain, or pierced with joy.

She carried burdens, and somewhere, she bore hope.

Mautik Hani was a person.

No different from you,

No different from me.

We asked her in.

And then we let her die.

~

Bruised. Beaten. Her bones exposed.

The smell of rotting flesh permeated the air.

Bound. Gagged. Unconscious.

Her body weary; attacked; abused.

She slipped away from consciousness.

As did we.

~

In the past two years, Tenaganita has handled 265 cases of domestic workers who've been beaten, raped, deprived of wages, harassed, violated, kept in isolation, tortured and abused. While we've been able to get some compensation for cases of unpaid wages, not a single case of violence or abuse has gone to court or been brought to justice.

Police investigations are sluggish, court systems inaccessible, and processes drag on endlessly. Often, the victims drop the cases out of weariness and go home as the final tethers of hope snap. Some wait persistently, stuck in the hole of trauma, each passing day taking away with it possibilities of justice.

We see the numbers grow, we watch the statistics swell, and we close our eyes as the perpetrators walk away.

The stories of these women are horrific;

Sodomised.

Scalded.

Lacerations on the vagina.

Forced to eat cockroaches.

Mouth stuffed with chilies.

Drowned.

Burned.

Face attacked with a fish scraper.

Raped.

These stories are real. These women are real. Each one is testament to the reality we've created around us.

We keep these women unseen and unheard, invisible from the world. They are present only when we want them to work for us, and yet we won't even recognise what they do as 'work'.

We are so afraid they'll run away; we convince ourselves they'll pick up 'diseases' and infect us. We tell ourselves that we're just protecting our families. We quietly feel superior to them. We don't let them speak to the neighbours. We worry when they have friends. We feel their work is simple, and yet we don't do it ourselves.

We throw a fit when we need to work on weekends, yet we won't even grant them a day off. We expect pay raises, and cluck our tongues in shock when they ask for it. We hear about 'a maid who was abused' and quickly share the story about 'the maid who stole from her employer'. We look at the way our friends treat them, convince ourselves that 'we're not like that' and yet we stay silent about it.

This is not a generic 'we'. It's a 'we' made up of you, of me, of your sister, your friend, your husband, your wife, your boss, your neighbour, your father, your teacher — every person in this country is contained in that 'we'. Make no mistake of this; we let this happen.

We let this happen because we've ignored the thousands of signs that have led to this point. Signs contained in domestic workers whose wages were never paid, who've been kept in isolation, who've been made to work every day of their lives, who've been slapped, who've been burned, who've been put down.

Do a thousand domestic workers need to die before we decide it is enough? Or have we removed ourselves so far from our conscience that this becomes something we merely wince at but stay silent about?

Our actions have harmed these women so severely.

But so have our inactions.

Silence has a way of legitimising violence, and our deafening silence when faced with the realities of domestic workers in our country has done exactly that.

Mautik Hani died at 36 years old from the beatings of her employers.

Mautik Hani also died because we brushed off each case that came before her as an 'isolated incident'.

We saw the signs, we closed our eyes, and we let her die.

source article : malaysiakini.com

Note : bahasa inggris bukan tidak penting, tapi bagaimana cara saya mempertahankan menggunakan bahasa indonesia terutama dalam catatan ini, karena saya asli orang indonesia dan cinta indonesia jadi tidak mungkin saya gunakan bahasa inggris.

ada cerita yang manarik dari artikel - artikel tersebut diatas dan sengaja saya menyadur dan memposting di blog saya ini. di lihat dari kasus kematian TKI asal indonesia ini adalah sepertinya malaysia juga harus bisa mengambil hikmah dari setiap kejadian ini. bukan hanya sekali TKI indonesia jadi pelecehan disana, tapi kejadian itu berulang - ulang. dan tentunya ini sudah tidak asing lagi di telinga kita terutama untuk telinga orang indonesia, mendengar kematian TKI di malaysia sudah tentu negara malaysia lah yang harus bertanggung jawab, orang malaysia lah yang akan tercemar namanya di mata indonesia. itu sudah mutlak, karena kejadian itu terjadi di malaysia walaupun tidak semua orang malaysia melakukan penyiksaan terhadap TKI indonesia. tapi itulah hanya gara2 satu orang yang memakan nangka maka yang lain ikut kena getahnya, tau getah? bisa di ibaratkan sebagai keburukanya. artinya gara-gara kebodohan satu orang bisa merusak citra satu negara. ini yang harus di benahi dari negara malaysia.

Sepertinya ini PR buat pemerintah malaysia yang selama ini kurang tanggap terhadap pelecehan TKI dari indonesia. mungkin bagi orang indonesia negara malaysia boleh lah di katakan negara maju dan gudang uang dalam mencari penghasilan, malaysia boleh mengatakan negara paling kaya atau negara yang paling tinggi. tapi kalau saya lihat disini dari kasus perkasus dari Kematian TKI indonesia, selain yang membunuh TKI indonesia majikannya adalah orang miskin, bisa juga tabiat orang malaysia yang buruk, berpendidikanya rendah atau bisa juga tidak punya iman. malaysia juga masih terlihat sangat terbelakang, karena masih menganggap TKI indonesia sebagai budak, sehingga dengan se enaknya melecehkan TKI dari indonesia. ini merupakan sebuah tradisi yang buruk dari sejarah budaya malaysia.

Sebenarnya apa yang di bilang orang malaysia sebagai satu rumpun dengan indonesia ada kalanya benar, mungkin para pejabat pemerintah indonesia dan malaysia juga tau dan mengerti tentang satu rumpun ini, dan itu harusnya di ciptakan dengan perdamaian, dengan sikap saling menghormati satu sama lain. tapi kenapa kejadian pelecehan dan kematian TKI indonesia masih terus berulang - ulang? kenapa malaysia memandang buruk TKI indonesia? kenapa malaysia merusak hubungan baik itu? ini yang sekali lagi saya katakan negara malaysia harus banyak berbenah lagi. sepertinya pemerintah malaysia juga harus malu, kenapa kasus ini masih terus berulang?!. jadi wajar kalau pemerintah indonesia juga bersikap sinis terhadap malaysia. dan saya juga berpikir pertemuan dari sekian pertemuan antara mentri malaysia ke indonesia dalam hal TKI percuma dan mejadi sia-sia. mentri malaysia datang ke indonesia hanya sekedar basa-basi, merasa tidak enak, merasa harus meminta maaf, tapi setelah itu tetap akan terulang lagi. sebuah kondisi yang sangat membosankan.

Sebenarnya kondisi seperti ini sama2 tidak menguntungkan, baik itu dari pihak TKI indoensia, maupun pemerintah malaysia atau orang-orang malaysia. satu sisi TKI indonesia mengalami duka yang cukup mendalam, begitu juga pemerintah indonesia. disisi lain kejadian ini menjadi bumerang bagi malaysia itu sendiri yaitu makin tercoreng citra buruk terhadap malaysia di mata orang indonesia dan masarakat dunia.

Kesimpulannya hayolah malaysia tunjukan sikap moral baik kamu yang mengaku sabgai bangsa yang lebih maju, kaya, berpendidikan dan tinggi derajatnya dari indonesia.

salam!

Anonim mengatakan...

hai anom 22:57 marah nampak..
ada aku kisah
huhhh

Katrina Jorene Maliamauv


An Indonesian maid who was allegedly severely beaten by her Malaysian employers, and then bound and locked up in a toilet for two days, has died in hospital, police said Monday.

A Malaysian market vendor and his wife have been arrested over the abuse of 36-year-old Mautik Hani from Surabaya, in the latest in a series of cases that have prompted Indonesia to temporarily ban sending domestic workers here.

source article : malaysiakini


Who is Mautik Hani?

Do we care?

This is who she is not:

She is not a 'statistic.'

She is not an 'isolated incident'.

Mautik Hani was a woman.

She was a daughter; she was someone's friend.

Somebody called her 'my neighbour'; another called her 'my sister'.

Mautik Hani had dreams to chase;

questions to ask; memories to share.

There were things that made her sad;

and there were things that made her laugh.

She had feelings; she had ideas; and she had gifts to share

Her body could be flooded with pain, or pierced with joy.

She carried burdens, and somewhere, she bore hope.

Mautik Hani was a person.

No different from you,

No different from me.

We asked her in.

And then we let her die.

~

Bruised. Beaten. Her bones exposed.

The smell of rotting flesh permeated the air.

Bound. Gagged. Unconscious.

Her body weary; attacked; abused.

She slipped away from consciousness.

As did we.

~

In the past two years, Tenaganita has handled 265 cases of domestic workers who've been beaten, raped, deprived of wages, harassed, violated, kept in isolation, tortured and abused. While we've been able to get some compensation for cases of unpaid wages, not a single case of violence or abuse has gone to court or been brought to justice.

Police investigations are sluggish, court systems inaccessible, and processes drag on endlessly. Often, the victims drop the cases out of weariness and go home as the final tethers of hope snap. Some wait persistently, stuck in the hole of trauma, each passing day taking away with it possibilities of justice.

We see the numbers grow, we watch the statistics swell, and we close our eyes as the perpetrators walk away.

The stories of these women are horrific;

Sodomised.

Scalded.

Lacerations on the vagina.

Forced to eat cockroaches.

Mouth stuffed with chilies.

Drowned.

Burned.

Face attacked with a fish scraper.

Raped.

These stories are real. These women are real. Each one is testament to the reality we've created around us.

We keep these women unseen and unheard, invisible from the world. They are present only when we want them to work for us, and yet we won't even recognise what they do as 'work'.

We are so afraid they'll run away; we convince ourselves they'll pick up 'diseases' and infect us. We tell ourselves that we're just protecting our families. We quietly feel superior to them. We don't let them speak to the neighbours. We worry when they have friends. We feel their work is simple, and yet we don't do it ourselves.

We throw a fit when we need to work on weekends, yet we won't even grant them a day off. We expect pay raises, and cluck our tongues in shock when they ask for it. We hear about 'a maid who was abused' and quickly share the story about 'the maid who stole from her employer'. We look at the way our friends treat them, convince ourselves that 'we're not like that' and yet we stay silent about it.

This is not a generic 'we'. It's a 'we' made up of you, of me, of your sister, your friend, your husband, your wife, your boss, your neighbour, your father, your teacher — every person in this country is contained in that 'we'. Make no mistake of this; we let this happen.

We let this happen because we've ignored the thousands of signs that have led to this point. Signs contained in domestic workers whose wages were never paid, who've been kept in isolation, who've been made to work every day of their lives, who've been slapped, who've been burned, who've been put down.

Do a thousand domestic workers need to die before we decide it is enough? Or have we removed ourselves so far from our conscience that this becomes something we merely wince at but stay silent about?

Our actions have harmed these women so severely.

But so have our inactions.

Silence has a way of legitimising violence, and our deafening silence when faced with the realities of domestic workers in our country has done exactly that.

Mautik Hani died at 36 years old from the beatings of her employers.

Mautik Hani also died because we brushed off each case that came before her as an 'isolated incident'.

We saw the signs, we closed our eyes, and we let her die.

source article : malaysiakini.com

Note : bahasa inggris bukan tidak penting, tapi bagaimana cara saya mempertahankan menggunakan bahasa indonesia terutama dalam catatan ini, karena saya asli orang indonesia dan cinta indonesia jadi tidak mungkin saya gunakan bahasa inggris.

ada cerita yang manarik dari artikel - artikel tersebut diatas dan sengaja saya menyadur dan memposting di blog saya ini. di lihat dari kasus kematian TKI asal indonesia ini adalah sepertinya malaysia juga harus bisa mengambil hikmah dari setiap kejadian ini. bukan hanya sekali TKI indonesia jadi pelecehan disana, tapi kejadian itu berulang - ulang. dan tentunya ini sudah tidak asing lagi di telinga kita terutama untuk telinga orang indonesia, mendengar kematian TKI di malaysia sudah tentu negara malaysia lah yang harus bertanggung jawab, orang malaysia lah yang akan tercemar namanya di mata indonesia. itu sudah mutlak, karena kejadian itu terjadi di malaysia walaupun tidak semua orang malaysia melakukan penyiksaan terhadap TKI indonesia. tapi itulah hanya gara2 satu orang yang memakan nangka maka yang lain ikut kena getahnya, tau getah? bisa di ibaratkan sebagai keburukanya. artinya gara-gara kebodohan satu orang bisa merusak citra satu negara. ini yang harus di benahi dari negara malaysia.

Sepertinya ini PR buat pemerintah malaysia yang selama ini kurang tanggap terhadap pelecehan TKI dari indonesia. mungkin bagi orang indonesia negara malaysia boleh lah di katakan negara maju dan gudang uang dalam mencari penghasilan, malaysia boleh mengatakan negara paling kaya atau negara yang paling tinggi. tapi kalau saya lihat disini dari kasus perkasus dari Kematian TKI indonesia, selain yang membunuh TKI indonesia majikannya adalah orang miskin, bisa juga tabiat orang malaysia yang buruk, berpendidikanya rendah atau bisa juga tidak punya iman. malaysia juga masih terlihat sangat terbelakang, karena masih menganggap TKI indonesia sebagai budak, sehingga dengan se enaknya melecehkan TKI dari indonesia. ini merupakan sebuah tradisi yang buruk dari sejarah budaya malaysia.

Sebenarnya apa yang di bilang orang malaysia sebagai satu rumpun dengan indonesia ada kalanya benar, mungkin para pejabat pemerintah indonesia dan malaysia juga tau dan mengerti tentang satu rumpun ini, dan itu harusnya di ciptakan dengan perdamaian, dengan sikap saling menghormati satu sama lain. tapi kenapa kejadian pelecehan dan kematian TKI indonesia masih terus berulang - ulang? kenapa malaysia memandang buruk TKI indonesia? kenapa malaysia merusak hubungan baik itu? ini yang sekali lagi saya katakan negara malaysia harus banyak berbenah lagi. sepertinya pemerintah malaysia juga harus malu, kenapa kasus ini masih terus berulang?!. jadi wajar kalau pemerintah indonesia juga bersikap sinis terhadap malaysia. dan saya juga berpikir pertemuan dari sekian pertemuan antara mentri malaysia ke indonesia dalam hal TKI percuma dan mejadi sia-sia. mentri malaysia datang ke indonesia hanya sekedar basa-basi, merasa tidak enak, merasa harus meminta maaf, tapi setelah itu tetap akan terulang lagi. sebuah kondisi yang sangat membosankan.

Sebenarnya kondisi seperti ini sama2 tidak menguntungkan, baik itu dari pihak TKI indoensia, maupun pemerintah malaysia atau orang-orang malaysia. satu sisi TKI indonesia mengalami duka yang cukup mendalam, begitu juga pemerintah indonesia. disisi lain kejadian ini menjadi bumerang bagi malaysia itu sendiri yaitu makin tercoreng citra buruk terhadap malaysia di mata orang indonesia dan masarakat dunia.

Kesimpulannya hayolah malaysia tunjukan sikap moral baik kamu yang mengaku sabgai bangsa yang lebih maju, kaya, berpendidikan dan tinggi derajatnya dari indonesia.

salam!

ANJING malaysia mengatakan...

hehe disini kelihatan sekali anak2 muda malaysia pada emosi melihat kebenaran dan keburukan negaranya sendiri. cuma sayang mereka menutup mata dan tidak mau melihat bangsanya yang cacad budaya dan miskin moral. so buat admin atau indonesia tidak ada ruginya. yang penting admin tetap menulis dan mengkopi paste keburukan malaysia sampai malaysia malu dan sadar atas perbuatannya terhadap indonesia. kak..kak..kak...

oh iyah dengan adanya blog ini negara2 lain jadi tau bahwa malaysia adalah negara yang buruk.
karena blog ini tidak hanya di akses oleh malaysia dan indonesia saja.

Katrina Jorene Maliamauv


An Indonesian maid who was allegedly severely beaten by her Malaysian employers, and then bound and locked up in a toilet for two days, has died in hospital, police said Monday.

A Malaysian market vendor and his wife have been arrested over the abuse of 36-year-old Mautik Hani from Surabaya, in the latest in a series of cases that have prompted Indonesia to temporarily ban sending domestic workers here.

source article : malaysiakini


Who is Mautik Hani?

Do we care?

This is who she is not:

She is not a 'statistic.'

She is not an 'isolated incident'.

Mautik Hani was a woman.

She was a daughter; she was someone's friend.

Somebody called her 'my neighbour'; another called her 'my sister'.

Mautik Hani had dreams to chase;

questions to ask; memories to share.

There were things that made her sad;

and there were things that made her laugh.

She had feelings; she had ideas; and she had gifts to share

Her body could be flooded with pain, or pierced with joy.

She carried burdens, and somewhere, she bore hope.

Mautik Hani was a person.

No different from you,

No different from me.

We asked her in.

And then we let her die.

~

Bruised. Beaten. Her bones exposed.

The smell of rotting flesh permeated the air.

Bound. Gagged. Unconscious.

Her body weary; attacked; abused.

She slipped away from consciousness.

As did we.

~

In the past two years, Tenaganita has handled 265 cases of domestic workers who've been beaten, raped, deprived of wages, harassed, violated, kept in isolation, tortured and abused. While we've been able to get some compensation for cases of unpaid wages, not a single case of violence or abuse has gone to court or been brought to justice.

Police investigations are sluggish, court systems inaccessible, and processes drag on endlessly. Often, the victims drop the cases out of weariness and go home as the final tethers of hope snap. Some wait persistently, stuck in the hole of trauma, each passing day taking away with it possibilities of justice.

We see the numbers grow, we watch the statistics swell, and we close our eyes as the perpetrators walk away.

The stories of these women are horrific;

Sodomised.

Scalded.

Lacerations on the vagina.

Forced to eat cockroaches.

Mouth stuffed with chilies.

Drowned.

Burned.

Face attacked with a fish scraper.

Raped.

These stories are real. These women are real. Each one is testament to the reality we've created around us.

We keep these women unseen and unheard, invisible from the world. They are present only when we want them to work for us, and yet we won't even recognise what they do as 'work'.

We are so afraid they'll run away; we convince ourselves they'll pick up 'diseases' and infect us. We tell ourselves that we're just protecting our families. We quietly feel superior to them. We don't let them speak to the neighbours. We worry when they have friends. We feel their work is simple, and yet we don't do it ourselves.

We throw a fit when we need to work on weekends, yet we won't even grant them a day off. We expect pay raises, and cluck our tongues in shock when they ask for it. We hear about 'a maid who was abused' and quickly share the story about 'the maid who stole from her employer'. We look at the way our friends treat them, convince ourselves that 'we're not like that' and yet we stay silent about it.

This is not a generic 'we'. It's a 'we' made up of you, of me, of your sister, your friend, your husband, your wife, your boss, your neighbour, your father, your teacher — every person in this country is contained in that 'we'. Make no mistake of this; we let this happen.

We let this happen because we've ignored the thousands of signs that have led to this point. Signs contained in domestic workers whose wages were never paid, who've been kept in isolation, who've been made to work every day of their lives, who've been slapped, who've been burned, who've been put down.

Do a thousand domestic workers need to die before we decide it is enough? Or have we removed ourselves so far from our conscience that this becomes something we merely wince at but stay silent about?

Our actions have harmed these women so severely.

But so have our inactions.

Silence has a way of legitimising violence, and our deafening silence when faced with the realities of domestic workers in our country has done exactly that.

Mautik Hani died at 36 years old from the beatings of her employers.

Mautik Hani also died because we brushed off each case that came before her as an 'isolated incident'.

We saw the signs, we closed our eyes, and we let her die.

source article : malaysiakini.com

Note : bahasa inggris bukan tidak penting, tapi bagaimana cara saya mempertahankan menggunakan bahasa indonesia terutama dalam catatan ini, karena saya asli orang indonesia dan cinta indonesia jadi tidak mungkin saya gunakan bahasa inggris.

ada cerita yang manarik dari artikel - artikel tersebut diatas dan sengaja saya menyadur dan memposting di blog saya ini. di lihat dari kasus kematian TKI asal indonesia ini adalah sepertinya malaysia juga harus bisa mengambil hikmah dari setiap kejadian ini. bukan hanya sekali TKI indonesia jadi pelecehan disana, tapi kejadian itu berulang - ulang. dan tentunya ini sudah tidak asing lagi di telinga kita terutama untuk telinga orang indonesia, mendengar kematian TKI di malaysia sudah tentu negara malaysia lah yang harus bertanggung jawab, orang malaysia lah yang akan tercemar namanya di mata indonesia. itu sudah mutlak, karena kejadian itu terjadi di malaysia walaupun tidak semua orang malaysia melakukan penyiksaan terhadap TKI indonesia. tapi itulah hanya gara2 satu orang yang memakan nangka maka yang lain ikut kena getahnya, tau getah? bisa di ibaratkan sebagai keburukanya. artinya gara-gara kebodohan satu orang bisa merusak citra satu negara. ini yang harus di benahi dari negara malaysia.

Sepertinya ini PR buat pemerintah malaysia yang selama ini kurang tanggap terhadap pelecehan TKI dari indonesia. mungkin bagi orang indonesia negara malaysia boleh lah di katakan negara maju dan gudang uang dalam mencari penghasilan, malaysia boleh mengatakan negara paling kaya atau negara yang paling tinggi. tapi kalau saya lihat disini dari kasus perkasus dari Kematian TKI indonesia, selain yang membunuh TKI indonesia majikannya adalah orang miskin, bisa juga tabiat orang malaysia yang buruk, berpendidikanya rendah atau bisa juga tidak punya iman. malaysia juga masih terlihat sangat terbelakang, karena masih menganggap TKI indonesia sebagai budak, sehingga dengan se enaknya melecehkan TKI dari indonesia. ini merupakan sebuah tradisi yang buruk dari sejarah budaya malaysia.

Sebenarnya apa yang di bilang orang malaysia sebagai satu rumpun dengan indonesia ada kalanya benar, mungkin para pejabat pemerintah indonesia dan malaysia juga tau dan mengerti tentang satu rumpun ini, dan itu harusnya di ciptakan dengan perdamaian, dengan sikap saling menghormati satu sama lain. tapi kenapa kejadian pelecehan dan kematian TKI indonesia masih terus berulang - ulang? kenapa malaysia memandang buruk TKI indonesia? kenapa malaysia merusak hubungan baik itu? ini yang sekali lagi saya katakan negara malaysia harus banyak berbenah lagi. sepertinya pemerintah malaysia juga harus malu, kenapa kasus ini masih terus berulang?!. jadi wajar kalau pemerintah indonesia juga bersikap sinis terhadap malaysia. dan saya juga berpikir pertemuan dari sekian pertemuan antara mentri malaysia ke indonesia dalam hal TKI percuma dan mejadi sia-sia. mentri malaysia datang ke indonesia hanya sekedar basa-basi, merasa tidak enak, merasa harus meminta maaf, tapi setelah itu tetap akan terulang lagi. sebuah kondisi yang sangat membosankan.

Sebenarnya kondisi seperti ini sama2 tidak menguntungkan, baik itu dari pihak TKI indoensia, maupun pemerintah malaysia atau orang-orang malaysia. satu sisi TKI indonesia mengalami duka yang cukup mendalam, begitu juga pemerintah indonesia. disisi lain kejadian ini menjadi bumerang bagi malaysia itu sendiri yaitu makin tercoreng citra buruk terhadap malaysia di mata orang indonesia dan masarakat dunia.

Kesimpulannya hayolah malaysia tunjukan sikap moral baik kamu yang mengaku sabgai bangsa yang lebih maju, kaya, berpendidikan dan tinggi derajatnya dari indonesia.

salam!

Anonim mengatakan...

huh anjing kat atas ada aku kisah...
ko tu anjing pendengki penabur fitnah

Katrina Jorene Maliamauv


An Indonesian maid who was allegedly severely beaten by her Malaysian employers, and then bound and locked up in a toilet for two days, has died in hospital, police said Monday.

A Malaysian market vendor and his wife have been arrested over the abuse of 36-year-old Mautik Hani from Surabaya, in the latest in a series of cases that have prompted Indonesia to temporarily ban sending domestic workers here.

source article : malaysiakini


Who is Mautik Hani?

Do we care?

This is who she is not:

She is not a 'statistic.'

She is not an 'isolated incident'.

Mautik Hani was a woman.

She was a daughter; she was someone's friend.

Somebody called her 'my neighbour'; another called her 'my sister'.

Mautik Hani had dreams to chase;

questions to ask; memories to share.

There were things that made her sad;

and there were things that made her laugh.

She had feelings; she had ideas; and she had gifts to share

Her body could be flooded with pain, or pierced with joy.

She carried burdens, and somewhere, she bore hope.

Mautik Hani was a person.

No different from you,

No different from me.

We asked her in.

And then we let her die.

~

Bruised. Beaten. Her bones exposed.

The smell of rotting flesh permeated the air.

Bound. Gagged. Unconscious.

Her body weary; attacked; abused.

She slipped away from consciousness.

As did we.

~

In the past two years, Tenaganita has handled 265 cases of domestic workers who've been beaten, raped, deprived of wages, harassed, violated, kept in isolation, tortured and abused. While we've been able to get some compensation for cases of unpaid wages, not a single case of violence or abuse has gone to court or been brought to justice.

Police investigations are sluggish, court systems inaccessible, and processes drag on endlessly. Often, the victims drop the cases out of weariness and go home as the final tethers of hope snap. Some wait persistently, stuck in the hole of trauma, each passing day taking away with it possibilities of justice.

We see the numbers grow, we watch the statistics swell, and we close our eyes as the perpetrators walk away.

The stories of these women are horrific;

Sodomised.

Scalded.

Lacerations on the vagina.

Forced to eat cockroaches.

Mouth stuffed with chilies.

Drowned.

Burned.

Face attacked with a fish scraper.

Raped.

These stories are real. These women are real. Each one is testament to the reality we've created around us.

We keep these women unseen and unheard, invisible from the world. They are present only when we want them to work for us, and yet we won't even recognise what they do as 'work'.

We are so afraid they'll run away; we convince ourselves they'll pick up 'diseases' and infect us. We tell ourselves that we're just protecting our families. We quietly feel superior to them. We don't let them speak to the neighbours. We worry when they have friends. We feel their work is simple, and yet we don't do it ourselves.

We throw a fit when we need to work on weekends, yet we won't even grant them a day off. We expect pay raises, and cluck our tongues in shock when they ask for it. We hear about 'a maid who was abused' and quickly share the story about 'the maid who stole from her employer'. We look at the way our friends treat them, convince ourselves that 'we're not like that' and yet we stay silent about it.

This is not a generic 'we'. It's a 'we' made up of you, of me, of your sister, your friend, your husband, your wife, your boss, your neighbour, your father, your teacher — every person in this country is contained in that 'we'. Make no mistake of this; we let this happen.

We let this happen because we've ignored the thousands of signs that have led to this point. Signs contained in domestic workers whose wages were never paid, who've been kept in isolation, who've been made to work every day of their lives, who've been slapped, who've been burned, who've been put down.

Do a thousand domestic workers need to die before we decide it is enough? Or have we removed ourselves so far from our conscience that this becomes something we merely wince at but stay silent about?

Our actions have harmed these women so severely.

But so have our inactions.

Silence has a way of legitimising violence, and our deafening silence when faced with the realities of domestic workers in our country has done exactly that.

Mautik Hani died at 36 years old from the beatings of her employers.

Mautik Hani also died because we brushed off each case that came before her as an 'isolated incident'.

We saw the signs, we closed our eyes, and we let her die.

source article : malaysiakini.com

Note : bahasa inggris bukan tidak penting, tapi bagaimana cara saya mempertahankan menggunakan bahasa indonesia terutama dalam catatan ini, karena saya asli orang indonesia dan cinta indonesia jadi tidak mungkin saya gunakan bahasa inggris.

ada cerita yang manarik dari artikel - artikel tersebut diatas dan sengaja saya menyadur dan memposting di blog saya ini. di lihat dari kasus kematian TKI asal indonesia ini adalah sepertinya malaysia juga harus bisa mengambil hikmah dari setiap kejadian ini. bukan hanya sekali TKI indonesia jadi pelecehan disana, tapi kejadian itu berulang - ulang. dan tentunya ini sudah tidak asing lagi di telinga kita terutama untuk telinga orang indonesia, mendengar kematian TKI di malaysia sudah tentu negara malaysia lah yang harus bertanggung jawab, orang malaysia lah yang akan tercemar namanya di mata indonesia. itu sudah mutlak, karena kejadian itu terjadi di malaysia walaupun tidak semua orang malaysia melakukan penyiksaan terhadap TKI indonesia. tapi itulah hanya gara2 satu orang yang memakan nangka maka yang lain ikut kena getahnya, tau getah? bisa di ibaratkan sebagai keburukanya. artinya gara-gara kebodohan satu orang bisa merusak citra satu negara. ini yang harus di benahi dari negara malaysia.

Sepertinya ini PR buat pemerintah malaysia yang selama ini kurang tanggap terhadap pelecehan TKI dari indonesia. mungkin bagi orang indonesia negara malaysia boleh lah di katakan negara maju dan gudang uang dalam mencari penghasilan, malaysia boleh mengatakan negara paling kaya atau negara yang paling tinggi. tapi kalau saya lihat disini dari kasus perkasus dari Kematian TKI indonesia, selain yang membunuh TKI indonesia majikannya adalah orang miskin, bisa juga tabiat orang malaysia yang buruk, berpendidikanya rendah atau bisa juga tidak punya iman. malaysia juga masih terlihat sangat terbelakang, karena masih menganggap TKI indonesia sebagai budak, sehingga dengan se enaknya melecehkan TKI dari indonesia. ini merupakan sebuah tradisi yang buruk dari sejarah budaya malaysia.

Sebenarnya apa yang di bilang orang malaysia sebagai satu rumpun dengan indonesia ada kalanya benar, mungkin para pejabat pemerintah indonesia dan malaysia juga tau dan mengerti tentang satu rumpun ini, dan itu harusnya di ciptakan dengan perdamaian, dengan sikap saling menghormati satu sama lain. tapi kenapa kejadian pelecehan dan kematian TKI indonesia masih terus berulang - ulang? kenapa malaysia memandang buruk TKI indonesia? kenapa malaysia merusak hubungan baik itu? ini yang sekali lagi saya katakan negara malaysia harus banyak berbenah lagi. sepertinya pemerintah malaysia juga harus malu, kenapa kasus ini masih terus berulang?!. jadi wajar kalau pemerintah indonesia juga bersikap sinis terhadap malaysia. dan saya juga berpikir pertemuan dari sekian pertemuan antara mentri malaysia ke indonesia dalam hal TKI percuma dan mejadi sia-sia. mentri malaysia datang ke indonesia hanya sekedar basa-basi, merasa tidak enak, merasa harus meminta maaf, tapi setelah itu tetap akan terulang lagi. sebuah kondisi yang sangat membosankan.

Sebenarnya kondisi seperti ini sama2 tidak menguntungkan, baik itu dari pihak TKI indoensia, maupun pemerintah malaysia atau orang-orang malaysia. satu sisi TKI indonesia mengalami duka yang cukup mendalam, begitu juga pemerintah indonesia. disisi lain kejadian ini menjadi bumerang bagi malaysia itu sendiri yaitu makin tercoreng citra buruk terhadap malaysia di mata orang indonesia dan masarakat dunia.

Kesimpulannya hayolah malaysia tunjukan sikap moral baik kamu yang mengaku sabgai bangsa yang lebih maju, kaya, berpendidikan dan tinggi derajatnya dari indonesia.

salam!

Anonim mengatakan...

anjing, mana bisa negara lain tau donk..mereka x bisa faham bahasa alien loe hahaha...dan mereka ternyata bangsa yang lebih pandai dari indon, hanya kerana 2 atau 3 photo yang lekeh begitu tidak effect apa2 pn pada Malaysia..loe aja yang bodoh tiada knowledge ikut saja apa orang lain buat..dasar kampung..

Katrina Jorene Maliamauv


An Indonesian maid who was allegedly severely beaten by her Malaysian employers, and then bound and locked up in a toilet for two days, has died in hospital, police said Monday.

A Malaysian market vendor and his wife have been arrested over the abuse of 36-year-old Mautik Hani from Surabaya, in the latest in a series of cases that have prompted Indonesia to temporarily ban sending domestic workers here.

source article : malaysiakini


Who is Mautik Hani?

Do we care?

This is who she is not:

She is not a 'statistic.'

She is not an 'isolated incident'.

Mautik Hani was a woman.

She was a daughter; she was someone's friend.

Somebody called her 'my neighbour'; another called her 'my sister'.

Mautik Hani had dreams to chase;

questions to ask; memories to share.

There were things that made her sad;

and there were things that made her laugh.

She had feelings; she had ideas; and she had gifts to share

Her body could be flooded with pain, or pierced with joy.

She carried burdens, and somewhere, she bore hope.

Mautik Hani was a person.

No different from you,

No different from me.

We asked her in.

And then we let her die.

~

Bruised. Beaten. Her bones exposed.

The smell of rotting flesh permeated the air.

Bound. Gagged. Unconscious.

Her body weary; attacked; abused.

She slipped away from consciousness.

As did we.

~

In the past two years, Tenaganita has handled 265 cases of domestic workers who've been beaten, raped, deprived of wages, harassed, violated, kept in isolation, tortured and abused. While we've been able to get some compensation for cases of unpaid wages, not a single case of violence or abuse has gone to court or been brought to justice.

Police investigations are sluggish, court systems inaccessible, and processes drag on endlessly. Often, the victims drop the cases out of weariness and go home as the final tethers of hope snap. Some wait persistently, stuck in the hole of trauma, each passing day taking away with it possibilities of justice.

We see the numbers grow, we watch the statistics swell, and we close our eyes as the perpetrators walk away.

The stories of these women are horrific;

Sodomised.

Scalded.

Lacerations on the vagina.

Forced to eat cockroaches.

Mouth stuffed with chilies.

Drowned.

Burned.

Face attacked with a fish scraper.

Raped.

These stories are real. These women are real. Each one is testament to the reality we've created around us.

We keep these women unseen and unheard, invisible from the world. They are present only when we want them to work for us, and yet we won't even recognise what they do as 'work'.

We are so afraid they'll run away; we convince ourselves they'll pick up 'diseases' and infect us. We tell ourselves that we're just protecting our families. We quietly feel superior to them. We don't let them speak to the neighbours. We worry when they have friends. We feel their work is simple, and yet we don't do it ourselves.

We throw a fit when we need to work on weekends, yet we won't even grant them a day off. We expect pay raises, and cluck our tongues in shock when they ask for it. We hear about 'a maid who was abused' and quickly share the story about 'the maid who stole from her employer'. We look at the way our friends treat them, convince ourselves that 'we're not like that' and yet we stay silent about it.

This is not a generic 'we'. It's a 'we' made up of you, of me, of your sister, your friend, your husband, your wife, your boss, your neighbour, your father, your teacher — every person in this country is contained in that 'we'. Make no mistake of this; we let this happen.

We let this happen because we've ignored the thousands of signs that have led to this point. Signs contained in domestic workers whose wages were never paid, who've been kept in isolation, who've been made to work every day of their lives, who've been slapped, who've been burned, who've been put down.

Do a thousand domestic workers need to die before we decide it is enough? Or have we removed ourselves so far from our conscience that this becomes something we merely wince at but stay silent about?

Our actions have harmed these women so severely.

But so have our inactions.

Silence has a way of legitimising violence, and our deafening silence when faced with the realities of domestic workers in our country has done exactly that.

Mautik Hani died at 36 years old from the beatings of her employers.

Mautik Hani also died because we brushed off each case that came before her as an 'isolated incident'.

We saw the signs, we closed our eyes, and we let her die.

source article : malaysiakini.com

Note : bahasa inggris bukan tidak penting, tapi bagaimana cara saya mempertahankan menggunakan bahasa indonesia terutama dalam catatan ini, karena saya asli orang indonesia dan cinta indonesia jadi tidak mungkin saya gunakan bahasa inggris.

ada cerita yang manarik dari artikel - artikel tersebut diatas dan sengaja saya menyadur dan memposting di blog saya ini. di lihat dari kasus kematian TKI asal indonesia ini adalah sepertinya malaysia juga harus bisa mengambil hikmah dari setiap kejadian ini. bukan hanya sekali TKI indonesia jadi pelecehan disana, tapi kejadian itu berulang - ulang. dan tentunya ini sudah tidak asing lagi di telinga kita terutama untuk telinga orang indonesia, mendengar kematian TKI di malaysia sudah tentu negara malaysia lah yang harus bertanggung jawab, orang malaysia lah yang akan tercemar namanya di mata indonesia. itu sudah mutlak, karena kejadian itu terjadi di malaysia walaupun tidak semua orang malaysia melakukan penyiksaan terhadap TKI indonesia. tapi itulah hanya gara2 satu orang yang memakan nangka maka yang lain ikut kena getahnya, tau getah? bisa di ibaratkan sebagai keburukanya. artinya gara-gara kebodohan satu orang bisa merusak citra satu negara. ini yang harus di benahi dari negara malaysia.

Sepertinya ini PR buat pemerintah malaysia yang selama ini kurang tanggap terhadap pelecehan TKI dari indonesia. mungkin bagi orang indonesia negara malaysia boleh lah di katakan negara maju dan gudang uang dalam mencari penghasilan, malaysia boleh mengatakan negara paling kaya atau negara yang paling tinggi. tapi kalau saya lihat disini dari kasus perkasus dari Kematian TKI indonesia, selain yang membunuh TKI indonesia majikannya adalah orang miskin, bisa juga tabiat orang malaysia yang buruk, berpendidikanya rendah atau bisa juga tidak punya iman. malaysia juga masih terlihat sangat terbelakang, karena masih menganggap TKI indonesia sebagai budak, sehingga dengan se enaknya melecehkan TKI dari indonesia. ini merupakan sebuah tradisi yang buruk dari sejarah budaya malaysia.

Sebenarnya apa yang di bilang orang malaysia sebagai satu rumpun dengan indonesia ada kalanya benar, mungkin para pejabat pemerintah indonesia dan malaysia juga tau dan mengerti tentang satu rumpun ini, dan itu harusnya di ciptakan dengan perdamaian, dengan sikap saling menghormati satu sama lain. tapi kenapa kejadian pelecehan dan kematian TKI indonesia masih terus berulang - ulang? kenapa malaysia memandang buruk TKI indonesia? kenapa malaysia merusak hubungan baik itu? ini yang sekali lagi saya katakan negara malaysia harus banyak berbenah lagi. sepertinya pemerintah malaysia juga harus malu, kenapa kasus ini masih terus berulang?!. jadi wajar kalau pemerintah indonesia juga bersikap sinis terhadap malaysia. dan saya juga berpikir pertemuan dari sekian pertemuan antara mentri malaysia ke indonesia dalam hal TKI percuma dan mejadi sia-sia. mentri malaysia datang ke indonesia hanya sekedar basa-basi, merasa tidak enak, merasa harus meminta maaf, tapi setelah itu tetap akan terulang lagi. sebuah kondisi yang sangat membosankan.

Sebenarnya kondisi seperti ini sama2 tidak menguntungkan, baik itu dari pihak TKI indoensia, maupun pemerintah malaysia atau orang-orang malaysia. satu sisi TKI indonesia mengalami duka yang cukup mendalam, begitu juga pemerintah indonesia. disisi lain kejadian ini menjadi bumerang bagi malaysia itu sendiri yaitu makin tercoreng citra buruk terhadap malaysia di mata orang indonesia dan masarakat dunia.

Kesimpulannya hayolah malaysia tunjukan sikap moral baik kamu yang mengaku sabgai bangsa yang lebih maju, kaya, berpendidikan dan tinggi derajatnya dari indonesia.

salam!

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Anwar Ibrahim

Anwar Ibrahim
saat ini generasi muda Malaysia hanya mengenal Indonesia dari TKI dan lagu “rasa sayange” yang diributkan. Mereka kurang mengenal tokoh pemikir Indonesia seperti Mohammad Natsir dan Buya Hamka. dengan kata lain pemuda malaysia tidak tau apa - apa tentang indonesia mereka buta sejarah indonesia.

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jangan hanya ada kejadian TKI kita ingin di penggal lehernya,dihukum pancung,disiksa,dan diperkosa kita baru menyadarinya, tapi pemerintah kita harus melek dan berbuat sebelum semua itu terjadi. negara indonesia harus serius dalam menangani masalah TKI indonesia. karena ini menyangkut masalah nyawa, tenaga dan harga diri indonesia dimata dunia khususnya dinegara malaysia dan arab saudi yang sudah menjadi langganan masalah dalam hal TKI.

efek dari sulitnya lapangan kerja di indonesia, dan minimnya peluang kerja bagi rakyat miskin membuat rasa tidak percaya rakyat indonesia terhadap pemerintahnya, hal inilah yang mendorong, memicu bagi segelintir warga indonesia untuk hijrah mencari rejeki dinegara lain.

apakah hal ini salah? atau siapa yang harus disalahkan, pemerintah atau rakyatnya?

Alasan Benci Malaysia

Kenapa Orang Indonesia benci malaysia?
mau tau alasanya?

masukan kata sesuka anda.

Dari Bung Admin

akibat kebodohan generasi muda malaysia, sehingga
pemuda - pemuda malaysia tidak mampu menyebut
kata indonesia.

Perlu saya luruskan bahwa, menyebut kata indonesia
bukan indon, tapi INDONESIA.
untuk itu pemuda - pemuda malaysia
harus banyak belajar lagi. dan jangan mau di bilang
pemuda bodoh dan tak berpendidikan.

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