Saracen Hate Content Could Lead to Genocide

By : Herry Barus And Aldo Bella Putra | Monday, August 28 2017 - 19:30 IWST

Hendardi Ketua Badan Pengurus Setara Institute
Hendardi Ketua Badan Pengurus Setara Institute

INDUSTRY.co.id - Jakarta- Setara Institute Chairman Hendardi says what the Saracens do is a serious crime that must be dealt with firmly, because the content of the hatred is far-reaching and could lead to genocide.

The Saracens group work is a serious crime because the implications of hate content are social tensions, conflict, discrimination, xenophobia and violence, Hendardi told media crew in Jakarta on Monday (8/28/2017)

"Even meeting this group with political adventurers roaming the republic, if left unchecked, could lead to genocide," he said.

Hendardi further discloses the disclosure of the Saracen hatred service provider syndicate by the Directorate of Criminal Crime of the Police's Criminal Investigation Unit affirm that the increasing turbulence of hatred among fellow in the socio-political dynamics of the past year is by design.

"Social situations are vulnerable, intolerant groups that exist and influential, the desire to rule by using all means, make the Saracens get a large market niche," said Hendardi.

According to Hendardi the success of the Siber Directorate, a new directorate established in March 2017, is expected to contribute to reducing and continuing to prevent future hateful content.

"Hate content prevention is not just unSETAR to support the implementation of electoral political agendas in the 2018 elections and 2019 presidential elections, but the main aim is to prevent hate, discrimination and violence," he said.

Nevertheless, added Hendardi, the Saracen disclosure is just one way that is expected to restore our more tolerant public sphere.

"Another key thing to do is to present the elite's example, build a policy conducive to the promotion of tolerance and diversity, and fair enforcement of any intolerance, discrimination and hate-centered violence on any basis," he said.

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