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After the kidnapping and murders, the corpses of the generals were taken to the Halim Perdanakusuma Airfield. There, according to this narrative, the corpses were mutilated by a group of women who were members of the Indonesian Women’s Organization (Gerakan Wanita Indonesia, or GERWANI), an act that was cruel and barbaric. The story goes that the women danced erotically in a ritual dance, the so-called ‘fragrant flower dance’. 19 Support for this official narrative then being fabricated was sought in the mass media.
Even without either condoning or condemning this kind of explanation, there are certain things that can (and should) be further scrutinized, even questioned anew. For instance, the ambiguity about who exactly were the people responsible for the Thirtieth of September Movement. What about the fact that the three leaders of the Thirtieth of September Movement, namely Lieutenant Colonel Untung, Colonel Abdul Latief and Brigadier General Soepardjo, were all Indonesian military personnel and had never officially been members of any political party whatsoever?
The daily newspaper said … ‘The Gerwani volunteers played with the Generals, rubbing their genitals against their own’. ’20 There is no explanation as to the identity of that ‘reliable source’. According to the narrative of the New Order powers (to-be) at the time, it was because of this brutality that the people of Indonesia were fired with anger and carried out revenge against Communist Party members all over the country. Thousands of people were killed in the revenge that took the form of mass murder, but according to this narrative, such action was acceptable because the principle was ‘kill or be killed’.
Air War Over Southeast Asia (2) 1967-1970 by Lou Drendel