Members of the Indonesian Communist Party's youth wing are taken away in 1965, during the violent repression of communists in the country. Se 30. september, 1965 nedenfor. (Source: https://www.jacobinmag.com/2015/06/indonesian-communist-party-suharto-massacre-purge/)


Socialistisk Biblioteks Tidslinje med links til begivenheder og personer i 1965.


Se også Index over personer, organisationer/partier og værker (som bøger, malerier, mm.), steder, begivenheder, mv., der er omtalt på hele Tidslinjen, titler og indhold på emnelisterne osv.

24. januar 1965

Den britiske konservative politiker Winston Churchill dør (født 30. november 1874). Som britisk premierminister under Anden Verdenskrig blev han en af Anden Verdenskrigs  sejrherrer.

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Churchill ved Jalta-konferencen (4.-11.2.1945, se denne) med Roosevelt og Stalin.

Se:

Winston Churchill – a brutal bully and racist who was rightly hated by many (Socialist Worker, Issue 2587, 13 January 2018). “As a new film about Churchill is released, Darkest Hour, Simon Basketter takes issue with the myths that surround the former Tory leader.”

The real Winston Churchill. By Richard Seymour (Jacobin: Reason in Revolt, 11 January 2018). “Churchill was no hero — he was a vile racist fanatical about violence and fiercely supportive of imperialism.”

Winston Churchill: the man, the myth, the murderer (RS21: Revolutionary Socialism in the 21st Century (October 27, 2016). “Charlie Gardner considers the shocking historical record of the face of the new five-pound note.”

Was Churchill a racist? Oh yes! By Annette Mackin (Socialist Worker, Issue 2438, 27 January 2015). “A vicious reactionary””racist and brutal. That is the epitaph of Winston Churchill.”

Winston Churchill: A reactionary bigot (Weekly Worker, Issue 960, May 2, 2013). “Eddie Ford looks at Churchill’’s toxic legacy.” See also reply from Paul Flewers: Anti-Semitism: Churchill and the Jewish question (ibid., Issue 964, May 30, 2013)

When Churchill starved India. By James Woudhuysen (Spiked Review of Books, No.39, November 2010). “Madhusree Mukerjee’s shocking account of the exploits of the Empire is well worth reading.”

Winston Churchill: a modern myth, Part One. By Harry Whittaker (In Defence of Marxism, 15 October 2008) + Part Two (20 October 2008). “The purpose of this article is to draw aside the veils of myth and legend which establishment historians and fawning admirers have spun around him.”

Taking Churchill at his words. By James Heartfield (Spiked, 26 November 2002). “Maybe we should let Churchill speak for himself …”

World War II, Churchill and the big lie. By Carol Brickley (Fight Racism, Fight Imperialism, Issue 120, August/September 1994). Review of Clive Ponting, Churchill (Sinclair Stevenson, 1994, 900 p.)

Churchill: a ruling-class militant (International Socialism, No.18, Autumn 1964). “Churchill’s politics were undistinguished, conventionally Right-wing.”

Winston Churchill: Tory war-dog. By C.L.R. James (Fourth International, Vol.10, No.2, February 1949). Review of Churchill’s book The Gathering Storm: “Politically he is as stupid a reactionary as ever.”

Se også:

Tidslinjen 5. marts 1946 om “jerntæppetalen” og den kolde krig

 


21. februar 1965

Den sorte muslimske leder Malcolm X myrdes i New York.
(Født 25.5.1925).
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Se:


2. april 1965

USA invaderer den Dominikanske Republik med 20.000 marinesoldater, for at ‘beskytte amerikanske interessser’.

Se:


4. juni 1965

Ophævelse af loven om det specielle prostitutions-forbud ift. mænd under 21 år (“Den grimme lov”) ophæves. Lov nr. 163 af 31. maj 1961 om ændringer i borgerlig straffelov gjorde det strafbart med kønsling forhold ved betaling eller løfte herom til en person af samme køn under 21 år, og førte bl.a. til forfølgelse af bøsser fra politiets og kriminelle miljøers side.

Se:

  • Danske bøsser fik nok af Den Grimme Lov. Af Martin Ledstrup (Videnskab.dk, 11. december 2011). “… Københavns Rådhusplads var mindst lige så vigtig som Stonewall Inn i historien om frigørelsen af danske homoseksuelle.”
  • Den grimme lov. Af Jørgen Lund (Socialistisk Arbejderavis, nr.268, 25. april 2007). “Danmark havde for 50 år siden en lov om kriminalisering af sexkunder. Som alle moralske love var det en fuser.”
  • Sluk de blå blink. Af Peter Edelberg (Damefrokosten.com, 26. november 2011). Om de mandlige homoseksuelle sexarbejdere.
  • Mandlig prostitution (Wikipedia.dk)
  • Seksuel lavalder (Wikipedia.dk)
  • Sådan holdt Danmark op med at hade homoseksuelle. Af Christian Bennike (Information.dk, 12. august 2017). “Danskernes syn på homoseksuelle har gennemgået en revolution. Men hvordan gik det til?”
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Jens Jersild-debatten mv.:

Kommentarer og anmeldelser af Peter Edelbergs artikel og afhandling (Storbyen trækker: homoseksualitet, prostitution og pornografi i Danmark 1945-1976. Københavns Universitet, 2011):

Litteratur:

Storbyen trækker: homoseksualitet, prostitution og pornografi i Danmark 1945-1976. Af Peter Edelberg (Jurist- og Økonomforbundet, 2012, 348 sider). Se anmeldelse af Morten Thing: ‘Der var engang en velfærdsstat – og imorgen kommer der en rigtig god løsning’ (Social Kritik, nr.134, juni 2013, s.68-70). Artiklen er p.t. ikke online.Se også:

Linksamlingen Prostitution, sexkøb og venstrefløjen (Modkraft Biblioteket)

1967 and all that (Weekly Worker, Issue 1175, 19 October 2017). “It is 50 years since the Sexual Offences Act 1967 partly decriminalised gay sex. Mike Macnair examines its significance.”


9. juni 1965

DLF, Dhofar Liberation Front starter væbnet kamp mod det reaktionære sultanat Oman og britisk neokolonialisme. Bevægelsen skifter senere navn til PFLO, Popular Front for Liberation of Oman.
Se emnelisten: 9th June – Den glemte krig i Oman / The forgotten war in Oman


11. august 1965

5 dages opstand i Los Angeles mod racistisk politibrutalitet ved anholdelse.

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Burning Buildings during the Watts riot (Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Watts_riots)

Se:

  • Watts Riot (Denstoredanske.dk)
  • Watts Riots (Wikipedia.org)
  • Rebellion in Watts. By Alan Maass (SocialistWorker.org, August 11, 2015). “The Watts uprising showed that the Black struggle was moving north–and turning toard issues of poverty, inequality and police violence.”

Se også:


30. september 1965
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Kup i Indonesien, efterfulgt af omfattende massakrer på venstrefløjen og fagbevægelsen, og Suhartos militærdiktatur har magten i 32 år til maj 1998.

Se:

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(Foto: http://www.insideindonesia.org/the-killings-of-1965-66)

Artikler/Articles:

Architects of mass slaughter. By Malik Miah (Against the Current, Issue 197, November-December 2018). Review of Jess Melvin, The Army and the Indonesian Genocide: Mechanics of Mass Murder (Routledge, 2018, 319 p.) + Geoffrey B. Robinson,
The Killing Season: A History of the Indonesian Massacres, 1965–66 (Princeton University Press, 2018, 429 p.). “These two books stand on earlier works and are important to understand not only the terror of anticommunism and authoritative forces, but also the complicity of U.S. imperialism.”

The ideological roots of the Indonesian Communist Party’s defeat in 1965, Part one (In Defence of Marxism, 16 October 2018) + Part two: The illusions in the peaceful nature of the ruling class (22 October 2018). “In this two-part article, Ted Sprague explains how the mighty Indonesian Communist Party was defeated and destroyed in 1965 by Suharto’s forces of reaction, resulting in the murder of millions of communists and their sympathisers.”

A crime of Anticommunism. By Max Lane (Jacobin, 9 August 2018). Review of Jess Melvin, The Army and the Indonesian Genocide: Mechanics of Mass Murder (Routledge, 2018 (Routledge, 2018, 322 p.): “A new book proves that the Indonesian army was responsible for the systematic slaughter of leftists in the 1965–66 genocide — and that orders came directly from the top.”

Indonesia’s red slaughter. By Alex de Jong (Jacobin, June 5, 2018). Review of Geoffrey B. Robinson, The Killing Season: A History of the Indonesian Massacres, 1965–66 (Princeton University Press, 2018, 456 p.): “From 1965 to 1966, the Indonesian military and its allies massacred hundreds of thousands of Communists — often with the active aid of Western, democratic governments.”

The ghosts of 1965. By Rohana Kuddus (New Left Review, Issue 104, March-April 2017, p.45-92). “Half a century after the massacres that wiped out Indonesian communism, and twenty years since the arrival of electoral democracy, how far does the legacy of Suharto’s New Order live on?”

No reconciliation without truth. By Intan Suwandi (Monthly Review, Vol.67, No.7, December 2015). An interview with Tan Swie Ling on the 1965 mass killings in Indonesia. He was a member of PKI and a political prisoner 1966-1979.

The United States and the 1965–1966 mass murders in Indonesia. By Bradley Simpson (Monthly Review, Vol.67, No.7, December 2015). “… declassification of just a fraction of the CIA’s records demonstrates that the agency’s covert operations in Indonesia were more widespread and insidious than previously acknowledged.”

Indonesia’s 1965 massacres on trial in The Hague (Red Flag, 5 December 2015). “Janis Hooper reports on a tribunal into the crimes committed in Indonesia in 1965-68.”

Australia’s role in the 1965-66 communist massacres in Indonesia (Red Flag, October 2, 2015). “Marlene Millott examines the role that Australia and other Western powers played in enabling the massacres.”

The politics of amnesia (pdf). By Olle Tornquist (Economic & Political Weekly, Vol.50, No.40, October 2015). “Fifty years ago, a failed uprising against pro-US army generals (though not against the country’s president) in Indonesia became the scapegoat for pogroms and inaugurated a three-decade long period of authoritarianism.”

The forgotten massacre. By Alex de Jong (International Viewpoint, Issue 485, June 2015). “Hundreds of thousands of real and suspected communists were massacred, and a new, military-dominated regime under Suharto was installed.”

Indonesia: Remembering mass-murder. By Alex de Jong (International Viewpoint, Issue 432, January 2011). “The predominant form of the killings was an anti-Communist pogrom, targeting not only the leaders of the Indonesian Communist Party (Partai Kommunis Indonesia, PKI) and its allied organizations but also their rank and file.”

Historian says US backed ‘efficacious terror’ in 1965 Indonesian massacre. By John Braddock (World Socialist Web Site, 7 July 2009). “Brad Simpson … said the US and British governments did “everything in their power” to ensure that the Indonesian army would carry out the mass killings.”

Suharto: Covering up Western complicity (Medialens, February 12, 2008). “The death of the former Indonesian dictator, Suharto, on January 27 could have unleashed a flood of revelations detailing British and American support for one of the 20th century’s worst mass murderers.”

Indonesia 1965: A power move with far-reaching implications. By Clinton Fernandes (ZNet, October 16, 2005; online at Ozleft). “September 1, 1965 CIA … assessed that the Indonesian Communist Party (PKI) was ‘by far the best organised and most dynamic entity in Indonesia’.”

US and British complicity in the 1965 slaughters in Indonesia. By Mark Curtis (Third World Resurgence, Issue 137, 2002; online at Markcurtis.wordpress.com). “With the release of more declassified US government documents on policy towards Indonesia in 1965, complicity in mass murder becomes ever clearer.”

Communism and Stalinism in Indonesia. By Paul Hampton (Workers Liberty, Issue 61, February 2000). “As radical politics revive today in Indonesia, activists will have to learn the lessons from the PKI’s history.”

Petrus Dadi Ratu (Killer becomes king). By Benedict Anderson (New Left Review, Issue 3, May-June 2000). “What lay behind the greatest counter-revolutionary massacre of the 20th century, the extermination of the Indonesian Left in 1965?”

US orchestrated Suharto’s 1965-66 slaughter in Indonesia, Part 1 (19 July) + Part 2 (20 July). By Mike Head (World Socialist Web Site, 1999). “Damning new evidence has come to light pointing to the extent of the involvement of the United States government, closely supported by the Australian and British administrations, in the … massacre of up to one million workers, peasants, students and political activists.”

Lessons of the 1965 Indonesian coup, Part 1-5. By Terri Cavanagh (World Socialist Web Site). “This historical analysis was first published as a pamphlet in 1991. A second edition was printed in 1995.”

Ex-agents say CIA compiled death lists for Indonesians. By Kathy Kadane (States News Service, 1990; online at Namebase.org) + Indonesia Documentation Project (National Security Archive). “Silent for a quarter-century, former senior U.S. diplomats and CIA officers described in lengthy interviews how they aided Indonesian President Suharto, then army leader, in his attack on the PKI.”

The Indonesian massacres and the CIA. By Ralph McGehee (Covert Action
Quarterly, Fall 1990; online at Third World Traveler). “The CIA desperately wants to conceal evidence of its role in the massacre, which it admits was one of the century’s worst.”

United States and the overthrown of Sukarno, 1965-1967. By Peter Dale Scott (Pacific Affairs, 58, Summer 1985; online at Namebase.org). “In this short paper on a huge and vexed subject, I discuss the U.S. involvement in the bloody overthrow of Indonesia’s President Sukarno, 1965-67.”

Boguddrag og bøger:

  • The Indonesian Massacres (pdf). By Robert Cribb. Chapter 7 in: Samuel Totten and William S. Parsons (eds.), Century of Genocide: Essays and Eyewitness Accounts (Routledge, 2009, p.289-326)
  • Suharto: A declassified documentary obit. Edited by Brad Simpson (National Security Archive, Electronic Briefing Book No.242, January 28, 2008)
  • Dilemmas of third world communism: the destruction of the PKI in Indonesia (pdf). By Olle Törnquist (Zed Books, 1986, 307 p.; online at Folk.uio.no)
  • Ford country: Building an elite for Indonesia (pdf). By David Ransom. Extract from: Steve Weissman (ed.), The Trojan Horse: A Radical Look at Foreign Aid (Ramparts Press, 1975, p.93-116)
  • Indonesia 1965: The second greatest crime of the century. By Deirdre Griswold (World View Publishers, 1978, 96 p.; online at Workers World)

Video/film:

Kvinnorna och generalerna: The women and the generals. By Maj Wechselmann (Wechselmann.com, 14 september 2010)

40 Years of Silence – Preview (YouTube.com, 10 min.)

Mass Grave in Indonesia 1-2 (YouTube.com, 9:58 min.)

Mass Grave in Indonesia 2-2 (YouTube.com, 9:18 min.)

The Act of Killing (2012) (Wikipedia.org). See also the companion The Look of Silence (2014) (Wikipedia.org):
‘The Act of Killing’: Politisk surrealisme i en biograf nær dig den 7. november. Af Mikkel Skov Petersen (Modkraft Blog, 28. oktober 2012)
Selverkendelsen er nået til Indonesien. Af Catarina Nedertoft Jessen (Information.dk, 22. oktober 2012). Interview med filmens instruktør, Joshua Oppenheimer.
The 1965-1966 killings (pdf). Review by Ariel Heryanto (The Newsletter, No.61, Autumn 2012)

Se også på Socialistisk Bibliotek:


10. november 1965
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Med offentliggørelsen af det senere medlem af “Firebanden”, Yao Wenyuans (dør 23.12.2005), kritik af Wu Hans skuespil “Hai Rui sættes fra sit embede” begynder den kinesiske såkaldte Kulturrevolution.


 

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