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    legowo ne mantan gubernur fauzi bowo-gbu
    post-power syndrome.
    can anyone survive?

    http://www.seputar-indonesia.com/edisicetak/content/view/532831/

    Foke Ajak Jokowi Keliling Balai Kota
    Saturday, 06 October 2012

    Gubernur terpilih DKI Jakarta periode 2012-2017 Joko Widodo (kiri) bersama Gubernur DKI Jakarta Fauzi Bowo di Balai Kota DKI Jakarta kemarin.

    JAKARTA – Peralihan kepemimpinan Provinsi DKI Jakarta patut menjadi contoh.Gubernur Fauzi Bowo membangun transisi kepemimpinan yang baik dengan mengenalkan calon penggantinya, Joko Widodo (Jokowi), kepada seluruh jajaran pegawai di Balai Kota Jakarta,termasuk menunjukkan kepada mantan Wali Kota Solo tersebut selukbeluk gedung yang berada di Jalan Merdeka Selatan Jakarta tersebut,kemarin.

    Kedatangan gubernur terpilih bersama pendampingnya, Basuki Tjahaja Purnama (Ahok), atas undangan tokoh yang akrab dipanggil dengan sapaan Foke itu yang kemarin terakhir kali “menghuni”Balai Kota. Jokowi yang datang seusai salat Jumat disambut sendiri oleh mantan pendamping Sutiyoso tersebut dan kemudian langsung mengajaknya ke ruang tamu Balai Kota untuk melakukan pembicaraan tertutup. Seusai pertemuan, didampingi Sekda DKI Fadjar Panjaitan, Foke mengajak Jokowi- Ahok mengelilingi ruang-ruang Balai Kota.

    Dengan telaten Foke memperlihatkan dan menjelaskan kepada Jokowi-Ahok ruang per ruang, khususnya ruang kerja gubernur dan wakil gubernur. Walau terlihat sedikit kaku, suasana saat itu terlihat sangat hangat. Selanjutnya, Foke menggiring Jokowi-Ahok ke ruang Balai Agung untuk bertemu dengan sejumlah pejabat di lingkungan Pemprov DKI, mulai dari camat,kepala dinas,kepala badan, deputi hingga kepala BUMD. Tampak pula Wagub DKI Jakarta Prijanto di ruangan tersebut. Semua pejabat yang ada diperkenalkanolehFoke kepada Jokowi dan Ahok.Kemudian Foke,Prijanto,Jokowi,dan Ahok duduk semeja.

    Proses perkenalan jajaran birokrasi DKI ini terlihat penuh kehangatan. Dalam acara ini Foke menyebut dirinya sebagai tour guide (pemandu). Foke yang pada pilkada diusung sejumlah partai besar kembali menyampaikan rasa syukurnya bahwa Pilkada DKI Jakarta telah berlangsung dengan aman dan damai.Dia berharap kondisi ini dapat menjaga stabilitas Jakarta ke depan. Begitu juga dengan perkenalan itu, dia berharap bisa menjadi jembatan yang efektif untuk menjamin roda pemerintahan daerah di masa mendatang.

    “Saya berharap semua jajaran Pemprov DKI Jakarta untuk menyampaikan informasi tentang Jakarta kepada gubernur dan wakil gubernur terpilih dengan baik. Saya menginginkan ada irama lagu yang bagus dan harmonis dari kinerja di Jakarta,”pintanya. Sebelum mengakhiri sambutan, Foke menyerahkan buku Peraturan Daerah (Perda) Nomor 10/2008 tentang Satuan Kerja PerangkatDaerah(SKPD).

    “Buku inidapatdijadikanpegangandalam menjalankan roda pemerintah nanti,”katanya. Jokowi sendiri mengungkapkan terima kasih kepada Foke yang telah memberikan landasan transisi sehingga bisa mempercepat proses kerja setelah dilantik nanti. “Kami mendapatkan landasan dalam ruang transisi,”ucapnya. Kepada jajaran Pemprov DKI, Jokowi membantah isu bahwa dirinya akan merombak total jajaran birokrasi.Dia pun meminta mereka tidak memercayai kabar tersebut.“Jadi kalau kinerjanya baik,kenapa harus dirombak? Kalau ada yang ngipas-ngipasin, jangan percaya.

    Jangan sampai kinerja merosot sehingga mengganggu pelayanan kepada publik,” tuturnya. Sementara itu, suasana haru yang diselimuti cucuran air mata mewarnai hari terakhir Fauzi Bowo di Balai Kota DKI Jakarta kemarin. Ini terjadi sesaat sebelum pria yang akrab disapa dengan panggilan Foke itu meninggalkan gedung yang dihuninya sepanjang kariernya sebagai pegawai negeri sipil (PNS). Jajaran PNS di lingkungan Balai Kota sebelumnya memang sudah mempersiapkan kejutan sederhana sebagai hadiah perpisahan mantan pimpinannya tersebut.

    Foke yang akan meninggalkan gedung tersebut mereka arahkan agar keluar melalui pintu depan. Sesampai di lobi Balai Kota, ratusan pegawai di lingkungan Balai Kota DKI Jakarta yang sudah menunggu menyambutnya dengan tepuk tangan dan menyuguhi Foke dengan tarian kontemporer. Saat tarian selesai, di balik para penari itu tiba-tiba muncul sosok istri Foke,Sri Hartati, yang memegang geber kecil warna-warni. Suasana ini terasa semakin terasa haru kala suara pengiring melantunkan puisi perpisahan.Tak ayal semua orang di halaman Balai Kota terhanyut dalam suasana haru.

    Tidak sedikit pegawai Pemprov DKI Jakarta meneteskan air mata. Lantas, Tatiek menyerahkan gunungan wayang kecil sembari memeluk sang suami. Wajah orang nomor satu di Jakarta itu terlihat semakin merah seperti menahan tangis haru.Suasana itu membuat Sri Hartati ikut terbawa suasana dan meneteskan air mata.Adegan pesta perpisahan ini pun diikuti dengan kehadiran tiga orang cucunya menyerahkan bunga bang kumis. Prosesi ini ditutup dengan Fauzi Bowo meninggalkan Balai Kota DKI Jakarta.

    Dia mengemudikan sendiri mobil pribadinyabernomor polisi B 8888 FB. Sebelum memasuki mobil, Fauzi mengungkapkan kata perpisahan dengan ucapan, “Saya bangga menjadi gubernur Anda semua,tetapi saya lebih bangga kalau Kota Jakarta lebih bagus lagi.” Fauzi pun berlalu dari pandangan masyarakat lingkungan Pemprov DKI Jakarta.

    Hari terakhir masa bakti ini juga dimanfaatkan Foke mengundang seluruh wartawan yang bertugas meliput di Balai Kota untuk mengucapkan terima kasih kepada wartawan atas kerja samanya yang telah ikut memberikan peliputan membangun serta kritik terhadap kemajuan pembangunan Jakarta. “Peranan wartawan sangat menentukan diterima atau tidaknya pelayanan Pemprov DKI di mata masyarakat Jakarta,” sambungnya.

    Foke juga memanfaatkan momen tersebut untuk mengklarifikasi mengapa dirinya sering bersikap tegas kepada para wartawan.Menurutnya,sikap tegas yang terkesan marah tersebut agar wartawan lebih mengetahui persoalan Jakarta sebelum bertanya. “Saya memang apa adanya kalau ngomong. Anda wartawan memang harus mengerti masalah Jakarta yang benar, baru akan saya jawab yang benar. Terima kasih dan saya harap pengalaman (pelajaran) ini bisa diturunkan kepada wartawan baru lainnya dan diterapkan juga (pengetahuannya) kepada pemimpin yang baru nanti,”ujarnya.

    Dia kemudian berpesan kepada para kuli tinta tersebut agar selalu menanamkan rasa cinta yang mendalam untuk Kota Jakarta setiap memberitakan soal Jakarta. “Mau nulis miring, mau nulis jelek, setelah Anda mengatakan kepada diri sendiri ‘saya cinta kota ini’, nggak apaapa. Mudah-mudahan warga Jakarta yang mengikuti berita Anda, itu juga semakin mencintai Kota Jakarta.Pada akhirnya kalau sudah cinta, pasti akan lebih mudah berpartisipasi terhadap kota ini,”tandasnya. ● ilham safutra/ant

    http://www.seputar-indonesia.com/edisicetak/content/view/532838/

    Foke Perlihatkan Jokowi Ruang Kerja
    Saturday, 06 October 2012

    Joko Widodo disambut Fauzi Bowo saat tiba di Balai Kota Jakarta kemarin. Di hari terakhir bertugas di balai kota, Fauzi Bowo mengenalkan Jokowi ke sejumlah SKP D Pemprov DKI.

    JAKARTA – Peralihan kepemimpinan Provinsi DKI Jakarta patut menjadi contoh. Gubernur DKI Jakarta Fauzi Bowo membangun transisi kepemimpinan yang baik dengan mengenalkan calon penggantinya, Joko Widodo (Jokowi), kepada seluruh jajaran pegawai di Balai Kota Jakarta, kemarin. Foke, sapaan akrab Fauzi Bowo, juga menunjukkan kepada mantan wali kota Solo tersebut seluk-beluk gedung yang berada di Jalan Merdeka Selatan Jakarta Pusat tersebut.

    Kedatangan gubernur terpilih bersama pendampingnya, Basuki Tjahaja Purnama (Ahok), atas undangan Foke yang kemarin terakhir kali ‘menghuni’ balai kota. Jokowi yang datang usai Salat Jumat disambut sendiri oleh mantan pendamping Sutiyoso tersebut dan kemudian langsung mengajaknya ke ruang tamu balai kota melakukan pembicaraan tertutup. Usai pertemuan, didampingi Sekda DKI Fadjar Panjaitan, Foke mengajak Jokowi- Ahok mengelilingi ruangruang balai kota.

    Dengan telaten Foke memperlihatkan dan menjelaskan kepada Jokowi- Ahok ruang per ruang,khususnya ruang kerja gubernur dan wakil gubernur.Walau terlihat sedikit kaku, susana saat itu terlihat sangat hangat. Setelah itu, Foke menggiring Jokowi-Ahok ke ruang Balai Agung untuk bertemu sejumlah pejabat di lingkungan Pemprov DKI, mulai dari camat, kepala dinas, kepala badan, deputi, Kepala BUMD.

    Tampak pula Wagub DKI Jakarta Prijanto di ruangan tersebut. Semua pejabat yang hadiri diperkenalkan oleh Foke kepada Jokowi dan Ahok.Kemudian Fauzi Bowo, Prijanto Jokowi, dan Ahok duduk semeja. Proses perkenalan jajaran terlihat berlangsung penuh kehangatan. Dalam acara ini Foke menyebut dirinya sebagai tour guide(pemandu).Foke yang pada pilkada diusung sejumlah partai besar kembali menyampaikan rasa syukurnya Pilkada DKI Jakarta telah berlangsung dengan aman dan damai.

    Dia berharap kondisi ini dapat menjaga stabilitas Jakarta ke depan. Begitu juga dengan perkenalan itu, dia berharap bisa menjadi jembatan yang efektif untuk menjamin roda pemerintahan daerah di masa mendatang. ‘’Saya berharap semua jajaran pemprov DKI Jakarta untuk menyampaikan informasi tentang Jakarta kepada gubernur dan wakil gubernur terpilih dengan baik. Saya menginginkan ada irama lagu yang bagus dan harmonis dari kinerja di Jakarta,” pintanya.

    Sebelum mengakhiri sambutan, Foke menyerahkan buku Peraturan Daerah (Perda) nomor 10/2008 tentang satuan kerja perangkat daerah (SKPD). “Buku ini dapat dijadikan pegangan dalam menjalankan roda pemerintah nanti,” katanya. Jokowi sendiri mengungkapkan terima kasih kepada Foke yang telah memberikan landasan transisi, sehingga bisa mempercepat proses kerja setelah dilantik nanti.

    “Kami mendapatkan landasan dalam ruang transisi,”ucapnya. Kepada jajaran Pemprov DKI, Jokowi membantah isu bahwa dirinya akan merombak total jajaran birokrasi.Dia pun meminta mereka tidak mempercayai kabar tersebut.“Jadi kalau kinerjanya baik,kenapa harus dirombak. Kalau ada yang ngipas-ngipasin, jangan percaya.

    Jangan sampai kinerja merosot sehingga mengganggu pelayanan kepada publik,” tuturnya. Sementara itu, suasana haru yang diselimuti cucuran air mata mewarnai hari terakhir Fauzi Bowo di Balai Kota DKI Jakarta kemarin. Ini terjadi sesaat sebelum pria yang akrab disapa Foke itu meninggalkan gedung yang dihuninya sepanjang kariernya sebagai pegawai negeri sipil (PNS).

    KPU Teledor, Pelantikan 12 Oktober

    Soal pelantikan Jokowi- Ahok, hingga kemarin belum juga ada kepastian.Namun pelantikan sangat berpotensi kuat mundur dari jadwal semula yakni 7 Oktober.Mundurnya ini diduga akibat KPU DKI Jakarta teledor menyusun jadwal tahapan Pilkada DKI Jakarta 2012. Direktur Eksekutif Masyarakat Pemantau Kebijakan Eksekutif dan Legislatif (Majelis) Sugiyanto mengatakan, keterlambatan pelantikan ini diawali kesalahan KPU DKI Jakarta.

    Kekeliruan terjadi saat KPU menetapkan gubernur dan wakil gubernur terpilih tanpa menunggu keterangan dari Mahkamah Konstitusi (MK).KPU, lanjut dia, menggunakan hasil rekapitulasi suara sebagai penetapan pasangan cagub terpilih. Sugiyanto mencatat beberapa kekeliruan dilakukan oleh KPU DKI Jakarta. Salah satunya mempercepat tahapan penetapan calon terpilih dari tanggal 3 Oktober 2012 ke Minggu (30/9).

    Sedangkan Sabtu (28/9) dan Minggu (29/9) merupakan tahapan penetapan penghitungan suara terakhir. Tiga hari setelah penetapan penghitungan suara ini, KPU menunggu dulu selama tiga hari tentang ada atau tidaknya pihak melakukan gugatan hasil Pilkada ke MK.Kondisi sebetulnya bahaya terhadap pasangan terpilih, karena bisa saja dalam waktu tiga hari ini ada gugatan dari pihak.Maka akan terjadi kecacatan hukum atas penetapan KPU tentang kandidat terpilih. “KPU melanggar tahapan pilkada yang mereka susun sendiri.

    Perubahan tahapan itu pun tidak diumumkan ke publik,” beber Sugiyanto. Anggota KPU DKI Jakarta Sumarno membantah telah salah dalam menyusun tahapan Pilkada DKI Jakarta.Pihaknya menyusun tahapan Pilkada DKI Jakarta berdasarkan Undang- Undang yang berlaku. Dia mengklaim, pelaksanaan pemungutan suara 20 September lalu merupakan waktu yang tepat dan dapat dilaksanakan pelantikan pada Minggu (7/10).“Namun rencana pelantikan itu terbentur belum terbinya surat pengesahan pengangkatan pasangan gubernur terpilih oleh Presiden melalui Kemendagri,”ujarnya.

    Dia menjelaskan,ketika pihak Foke-Nara tidak melakukan gugatan ke MK Rabu (3/10) langsung ditindaklanjuti oleh KPU siang itu juga dengan menyurati MK. Surat itu menyatakan tidak ada gugatan PHPU di MK. Kamis (4/10) pagi MK langsung menyerahkan surat keterangan itu.“Surat itu kami juga disampaikan ke DPRD DKI Jakarta,”ungkap Sumarno.

    Sementara itu, Mendagri Gamawan Fauzi dijadwal melantik pasangan Jokowi-Ahok pada Jumat (12/10) mendatang. Kementerian Dalam Negeri (Kemendagri) baru menerima surat pengajuan pelantikan dari DPRD DKI Jakarta kemarin. Surat tersebut disampaikan Sekretaris DPRD DKI Jakarta Mangara Pardede kepada Kepala Pusat Penerangan (Kapuspen) Kemendagri Reydonnyzar Moenek. “Kemungkinan Mendagri melantik tanggal 12 0ktober 2012.

    Lagi-lagi bila 7 Oktober 2012 tidak akan kekejar,” ujar Reydonnyzar Moenek. Pihaknya sudah melayangkan surat kepada Menteri Sekretaris Negara (Mensesneg) Sudi Silalahi untuk mempercepat proses penerbitan keputusan presiden (Keppres) tentang pengangkatan Jokowi-Ahok. Sementara itu,Mangara Pardede menambahkan,pihaknya baru menerima surat dari MK pada Kamis (4/10) malam.

    Surat tersebut berisi tidak adanya gugatan atas Pilkada DKI Jakarta. Mendagri Gumawan Fauzi mengangkat Sekretaris Daerah (Sekda) Fadjar Panjaitan sebagai pelaksana harian (Plh) Gubernur DKI Jakarta. Hal itu untuk mengantisipasi kekosongan jabatan setelah masa jabatan Fauzi Bowo – Prijanto habis pada 7 Oktober mendatang.“ Saya cenderung Plh Gubernur DKI Jakarta diisi oleh sekda saja,karena paling lama hanya seminggu,”tuturnya.

    Pamitan Dihadiri Ribuan Warga

    Tadi malam, Jokowi menyerahkan tongkat estafet kepemimpinannya di Kota Solo kepada wakilnya FX Hadi Rudyatmo (Rudy). Dalam acara bertajuk Refleksi Jokowi- Rudy Periode II Tahun ke-2, ribuan warga memadati halaman Balai Kota Solo. Penyelenggaraan rutin Pemkot Solo untuk pencapaian program kepala daerah tadi malam terlihat berbeda. Sebab, pemkot sengaja mengonsep momentum itu untuk persuaan terakhir Jokowi sebagai pemimpin di Solo dengan warganya.

    Pantauan SINDO, jumlah peserta refleksi melebihi 5.250 undangan yang disebar. Ratusan warga terpaksa berdiri mengelilingi panggung untuk bisa mengikuti acara sampai selesai. Jokowi bersama Rudy dan kepala Muspida Kota Solo duduk bersila di tengah-tengah ribuan warga Solo. Jokowi terlihat menikmati bertegur sapa dengan rekan-rekan, tamu undangan, dan warga sekitar. “Dulu saya kecelakaan jadi Wali Kota Solo.

    Dan sebenarnya saya tidak ada anganangan menjadi gubernur.Tapi ini adalah perintah (PDIP). Mau ditempatkan ke Aceh,Papua, atau Jakarta, harus siap,” kata Jokowi di hadapan ribuan warga,tadi malam. Dalam kesempatan itu Jokowi mengisinya dengan cerita- cerita segar tentang awal mula dirinya merambah Pilkada DKI hingga perjuangannya memenangi pertarungan politik itu.Cerita itu diawalinya penemuan ular besar di rumah dinasnya sembilan bulan lalu.

    “Saat itu rumah dinas kemasukan ular panjang dan besar. Banyak orang bilang ini pertanda mau naik (ke jabatan lebih tinggi).Tapi saya berpikir rasional saja. Tidak berapa lama ternyata ada perintah dari partai. Hidup itu misteri, tak bisa diduga-duga,”kata dia disambut riuh warga. _ilham safutra/ abdul alim/ant

    http://www.beritajakarta.com/2008/id/berita_detail.asp?nNewsId=51590

    Fauzi Ajak Jokowi Keliling Balaikota
    BERITAJAKARTA.COM – 05-10-2012 16:21

    wahyu/beritajakarta.com

    Sesuai janjinya, Fauzi Bowo mengundang Gubernur DKI Jakarta terpilih, Joko Widodo (Jokowi) ke Balaikota DKI Jakarta, Jl Medan Merdeka Selatan, Jumat (5/10). Adapun, kedatangan Jokowi yang ditemani wakilnya Basuki Tjahaya Purnama untuk berkenalan dengan jajaran Satuan Perangkat Kerja Daerah (SKPD) di lingkungan Pemprov DKI Jakarta. Tak hanya itu, Fauzi Bowo juga mengajak Jokowi dan Basuki keliling Balaikota.

    Setibanya di Balaikota, Jokowi langsung disambut hangat Fauzi Bowo di ruang tamu utama. Setelah berbicara empat mata sekitar 10 menit, Fauzi kemudian langsung mengajak mantan Walikota Solo tersebut ke ruangan lainnya, termasuk ke salah satu ruangan yang dahulu digunakan sebagai ruang kerja Sutiyoso, mantan Gubernur DKI Jakarta.

    Jokowi yang terus didampingi Basuki Tjahaya Purnama kemudian diajak menuju ruang tunggu, yang terdapat foto para Gubernur DKI Jakarta dari masa ke masa. Setelah itu, Fauzi mengajak Jokowi menuju Ruang Rapat Gubernur yang terdapat di lantai dua. Setelah puas berkeliling, Fauzi kemudian mengajak Jokowi ke ruang Balai Agung. Di tempat ini, Fauzi mengenalkan jajaran SKPD di lingkungan Pemprov DKI Jakarta kepada Jokowi dan Basuki. “Ini adalah momen historis, karena saya dan Pak Prijanto berkesempatan menjadi tour guide bagi gubernur dan wakil gubernur terpilih. Saya ucapkan selamat datang. Inilah Balaikota Jakarta yang punya ciri dan karakteristik tersendiri,” ujar Fauzi, Jumat (5/10).

    Dengan perkenalan dan silaturahmi yang dilakukan ini, kata Fauzi, akan menjadi jembatan yang efektif dalam rangka pergantian tampuk kepemimpinan yang akan terjadi dalam waktu dekat ini. Selanjutnya, ia berharap, para pimpinan SKPD dapat menyampaikan informasi yang baik kepada gubernur dan wakil gubernur terpilih nantinya. “Saya sudah beberapa kali bertemu dengan jajaran Pemprov DKI Jakarta dan sudah saya sampaikan agar memberikan dukungan sepenuhnya kepada gubernur dan wakil gubernur terpilih,” katanya.

    Ditegaskan Fauzi, siapapun pemimpin Jakarta, pasti punya cita-cita yang sama yakni menginginkan Jakarta maju dan sejahtera, serta sejajar dengan kota-kota besar di Asia. “Kita buktikan kinerja Pemprov DKI harus semakin baik. Kita ingatkan kepada semua, warga Jakarta hanya mau mendengarkan lagu yang merdu,” ucapnya.

    Sementara itu, Jokowi mengucapkan terima kasih atas kesempatan yang diberikan untuk berkenalan dengan jajaran SKPD di lingkungan Pemprov DKI Jakarta. Dikatakan Jokowi, Fauzi Bowo telah memberikan ruang transisi dan menyiapkan landasan dengan memperkenalkan dirinya kepada jajaran Pemprov DKI. “Karena dengan demikian bisa mempercepat proses kerja. Sebab biasanya di tempat yang baru kalau belum disiapkan landasan, masih tengok kanan-kiri. Saya ucapkan terima kasih yang sebesar-besarnya,” katanya.

    Dikatakan Jokowi, kompetisi dalam Pemilihan Gubernur (Pilgub) DKI Jakarta telah usai. Selanjutnya ia, Fauzi Bowo dan Prijanto akan jadi sahabat yang baik. “Karena kompetisi pilgub kemarin sudah selesai, Saya, pak Fauzi dan pak Prijanto tetap akan jadi sahabat yang baik,” tandasnya.

    Reporter: erna | Editor: erik |

    http://www.beritasatu.com/megapolitan/75896-jokowi-tegaskan-akan-jadi-sahabat-baik-foke-dan-prijanto.html

    Jokowi Tegaskan Akan Jadi Sahabat Baik Foke dan Prijanto
    Jumat, 05 Oktober 2012 | 16:00

    Gubernur DKI Jakarta periode 2007-2012 Fauzi Bowo dan Wakil Gubernur DKI Jakarta Prijanto (sumber: Jakarta Globe)

    Dalam acara penyambutan Jokowi-Basuki, untuk pertama kalinya, Foke duduk bersama lagi dengan Wakil Gubernur DKI Jakarta Prijanto.

    Gubernur DKI Jakarta terpilih Joko Widodo menyampaikan niatnya untuk menjadi sahabat baik dengan Gubernur DKI saat ini Fauzi Bowo (Foke) dan wakilnya Prijanto.

    “Karena kompetisi Pemilukada sudah selesai, saya menegaskan, saya, Pak Fauzi, dan Pak Prijanto, akan menjadi sahabat yang baik,” kata pria asal Solo yang akrab disapa Jokowi itu, ketika bertemu dengan Foke dan Prijanto di Balaikota, Jakarta, hari ini.

    Dalam kesempatan itu, untuk pertama kalinya, Foke duduk bersama dengan Wakil Gubernur DKI Jakarta Prijanto menyambut kedatangan calon gubernur dan wakil gubernur terpilih, Jokowi dan Basuki Tjahaja Purnama (Jokowi-Basuki), di ruangan Balai Agung, Balaikota DKI. Keempatnya pun lantas duduk bersama di depan ruang Balai Agung, di hadapan puluhan pejabat SKPD dan UKPD di jajaran Pemprov DKI Jakarta.

    Dalam acara perkenalan tersebut, Jokowi berkesempatan mengucapkan terima kasih kepada Foke, yang menurutnya telah memberikan ruang transisi di dalam Pemprov DKI, kepadanya dan wakilnya Basuki. Tidak hanya itu, Foke juga disebut telah menyiapkan landasan yang kuat bagi dirinya untuk memimpin seluruh jajaran SKPD dan UKPD di Pemprov DKI.

    “Saya mengucapkan terima kasih kepada Pak Fauzi, yang telah memberikan ruang transisi kepada saya, menyiapkan landasan cukup kuat, dan mengenalkan saya dan Basuki kepada jajaran Pemprov DKI,” kata Jokowi dalam acara perkenalan dengan SKPD dan UKPD Pemprov DKI itu.

    Langkah yang telah dilakukan Foke itu, menurut Jokowi, akan mempercepat proses kerja dirinya sebagai Gubernur DKI selama lima tahun mendatang. Sebab, lanjut dia, biasanya bekerja di tempat baru tidak akan bisa berjalan dengan baik, bila tidak disiapkan landasan yang kuat.

    “Karena biasanya, di tempat yang baru, kalau belum disiapkan landasan kuat, pasti masih tengak-tengok kiri dan kanan. Saya ucapkan terima kasih yang sebesar-besarnya,” tandas Jokowi.
    Penulis: Lenny Tristia Tambun/ Wisnu Cipto

     
  • Virtual Chitchatting 1:24 PM on 2012/10/06 Permalink  

    Sekarang Djoko Susilo, besok Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono. Djoko Santoso emoh turun dari jabatannya sebagai Raja di Universitas Indonesia 

    Sekarang Djoko Susilo diperiksa KPK, besok Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono. Djoko Santoso emoh turun dari jabatannya sebagai Raja di Universitas Indonesia

    sebagai dirjen dikti, djoko santoso melegalkan aksinya mengkudeta universitas indonesia dari MWA sejak 14 agustus 2012 seiring harus lengsernya si dogol Gumilar R Somantri. senjatanya, aturan hukum UU tentang dikti yang paling baru dan gres, dan PP yang bakalan diplintir habis untuk kepentingan oknum-oknum di kemdikbud.
    dengan nama besarnya, UI merupakan sapi perah yang sangat potensil dalam menangguk rupiah. konflik kepentingan dan perebutan kekuasaan atas sumber BHMN, BHP, atau beha-beha berenda lainnya.

    btw, kok mantan Panglima TNI jadi ketua panpil rektor UI?
    pemberitaan detik.com yg selalu telat. ganti jadi telat.com

    http://www.beritasatu.com/nasional/75924-islah-gagal-pemilihan-rektor-ui-tertunda-lagi.html

    Islah Gagal, Pemilihan Rektor UI Tertunda Lagi
    Jumat, 05 Oktober 2012 | 17:51

    Pemilihan Rektor UI sudah pernah tertunda karena putusan PTUN.

    Pemilihan rektor Universitas Indonesia (UI) lagi-lagi tertunda karena gagal tercapainya kata sepakat dalam pertikaian internal.

    “Kami sudah usahakan islah antar pihak yang bertikai agar UI tidak terlalu lama tanpa rektor definitif, tetapi islah tidak membuahkan hasil,” kata Ketua Panitia Pemilihan Rektor UI 2012-2017, Endriartono Sutarto, dalam jumpa pers di kampus UI Depok, hari ini.

    Endriartono mengatakan untuk menyelesaikan masalah internal UI, maka Majelis Wali Amanah memutuskan akan menggunakan landasan hukum baru yaitu Undang-undang Perguruan Tinggi dan karenanya mendorong penyelesaian statuta sesuai target yang ditetapkan Dikti.

    “Dengan keputusan ini proses seleksi jadi tertunda tergantung kapan statuta bisa diserahkan, dalam hitungan kami kemunduruan ini moga-moga tidak lebih dari enam bulan ,” kata Endriartono.

    Menurut dia, diharapkan dalam statuta tersebut ada pasal peralihan yang mengatur bahwa semua langkah pemilihan yang telah dilakukan sebelumnya dianggap sah dan bisa dilanjutkan dan calon-calon yang sudah lulus verifikasi bisa tetap mengikuti proses seleksi. Ke depannya proses pemilihan rektor UI akan tetap memakai landasan UU Dikti.

    Sebelumnya, pemilihan rektor UI sudah tertunda karena Pengadilan Tata Usaha Negara mengeluarkan putusan sela yang memenangkan gugatan mantan anggota Senat Universitas UI dan Paguyuban Pekerja Universitas Indonesia yang yang menyatakan tim transisi UI tidak memiliki dasar hukum.

    Endriartono mengatakan pihak penggugat sempat mencabut gugatan sehingga tim seleksi melanjutkan proses pemilihan. Ditetapkan bahwa pada tanggal 9 Oktober rektor UI definitif baru sudah harus terpilih.

    “Dengan pencabutan gugatan kita harapkan masalah di PTUN sudah selesai, tetapi ternyata penggugat 1 dan 2 tidak terima gugatannya dicabut sehingga PTUN melanjutkan proses hukum dan materi gugatan diterima,” katanya.

    Dengan keluarnya putusan sela maka semua kegiatan yang behubungan dengan pokok gugatan termasuk pemilihan rektor harus dihentikan. Saat ini, pihak tergugat yang terdiri dari Menteri Pendidikan dan Kebudayaan dan Tim Transisi UI mengajukan banding terhadap putusan PTUN.

    Sekretaris Pansus Pilrek UI 201, Corina S.Riantoputra, mengatakan UI sudah berkomunikasi dengan semua pemangku kepentingan untuk meminta komitmen agar statuta cepat diselesaikan sehingga UI bisa segera mendapat rektor definitif baru.

    Endriartono mengatakan meski kemungkinan sampai akhir 2012 UI tidak akan memiliki rektor definitif, namun masa jabatan rektor terpilih nanti tidak akan diperpendek. “Masa jabatan rektor dihitung dari saat ia ditentukan sebagai rektor, tetap lima tahun,” katanya.

    Ditambahkan Corina, statuta untuk UU Dikti sudah disusun bahkan sebelum UU tersebut disahkan, namun masih perlu diperhalus dan disesuaikan lagi.
    Penulis: Dessy Sagita/ Wisnu Cipto

    http://news.detik.com/read/2012/10/06/044041/2056160/10/pemilihan-rektor-ui-ditunda-6-bulan?9922032

    Sabtu, 06/10/2012 04:40 WIB
    Pemilihan Rektor UI Ditunda 6 Bulan
    Ganesha AlFath – detikNews

    Jakarta Pemilihan Rektor Universitas Indonesia (UI) yang semula akan dilaksanakan pada Senin (9/10) depan terpaksa ditunda. Ketua Panitia Khusus (Pansus) Pemilihan Rektor UI, Endriartono Sutarto, memastikan proses pemilihan rektor tertunda hingga 6 bulan.

    Hal ini didasarkan pada hasil rapat paripurna Majelis Wali Amanat (MWA) pada Senin (1/10) lalu, yang menyatakan proses pemilihan rektor UI ditunda sampai keluar Peraturan Pemerintah (PP) dari UU Dikti Tahun 2012.

    “Perkiraan kita membutuhkan waktu 6 bulan semoga tetapi kita tidak bisa meyakinkan persis sebetulnya berapa lama harapan kita tentunya makin cepat makin baik” kata Endriartono Sutarto kepada wartawan di Kampus UI, Depok, Jumat (6/10/2012).

    Endriartono mengatakan sebenarnya pada tanggal 9 Oktober 2012 itu sebenarnya sudah dapat terpilih rektor definitif. Namun terpaksa tidak bisa dilakukan karena PP untuk menjalankan UU Dikti belum terbentuk.

    Menurutnya PP tersebut akan terbentuk dari statuta yang dibuat oleh UI. Statuta ini kemudian dikoordonasikan dengan Kemendikbud dan akan dijadikan PP bagi UU Dikti tersebut.

    “UU Dikti tahun 2012 sudah keluar hanya pelaksanaannya atau peraturan pemerintah (PP) nya saja belum ada, yang PP ini akan keluar sebagai pelaksana UU Dikti ini kalau statuta UI sudah dibuat”

    Endriartono menegaskan bahwa dengan keputusan ini maka proses pemilihan rektor tentu tertunda. Dan berapa lama tertundanya itu sangat tergantung seberapa lama statuta itu dapat diselesaikan oleh UI.

    “Statuta itu di dalamnya termasuk tata cara pemilihan rektor” jelasnya

    “Nanti akan diatur bagaimana sebenarnya dari pelaksanaan rektor berdasarkan UU Dikti tentu akan berbeda dengan yang sekarang,” sambungnya.

    Ia menambahkan kekosongan rektor akan diisi oleh pejabat sementara yang semula direncanakan hanya 2 bulan dimungkinkan diperpanjang hingga terpilihnya rektor yang baru.

    Sebelumnya, Menteri Pendidikan dan Kebudayaan (Mendikbud) M Nuh sudah menunjuk Dirjen Dikti Djoko Santoso sebagai Pejabat Sementara Rektor Universitas Indonesia (UI). Dirjen Dikti memimpin UI sejak 14 Agustus, di mana masa jabatan Rektor UI Gumilar R Somantri berakhir.

    (mok/mok)

    http://kampus.okezone.com/read/2012/10/05/373/699818/pilrek-ui-ditunda-maksimal-enam-bulan

    Pilrek UI Ditunda Maksimal Enam Bulan
    Marieska Harya Virdhani
    Jum’at, 05 Oktober 2012 17:41 wib

    DEPOK – Pemilihan rektor Universitas Indonesia (UI) resmi ditunda menyusul keluarnya hasil putusan Pengadilan Tata Usaha Negara (PTUN). Keputusan tersebut keluar setelah adanya sengketa yang terjadi antara penggunaan PP 152 dan PP 66 yang digunakan oleh UI. Akibatnya tim transisi yang dibentuk oleh Mendikbud mengajukan gugatan ke PTUN bersama paguyuban.

    Hasilnya, PTUN memutuskan bahwa tim transisi yang dibentuk sudah cacat hukum. Hingga saat ini belum ada keputusan dari Mendikbud akan banding terhadap putusan tersebut atau tidak.

    Ketua Panitia Khusus (Pansus) Pemilihan Rektor UI Endriartono Sutarto mengatakan, hasil putusan PTUN mengandung semangat islah antara pihak-pihak yang bertikai. Namun karena masih alot, akhirnya UI mengambil keputusan untuk mengambil jalan tengah yakni berpedoman pada aturan tertinggi yakni UU Dikti Tahun 2012 yang baru disahkan.

    Proses islah yang diupayakan Universitas Indonesia (UI) untuk menanggapi putusan PTUN tentang tim transisi, mengalami kegagalan. Hal itu menyebabkan proses pemilihan rektor Universitas Indonesia (Pilrek UI) kembali tertunda sampai terdapat ketetapan hukum.

    “Ditargetkan sekira enam bulan prosesnya sudah selesai, dan kita bisa melanjutkan Pilrek UI,” ujar Ketua Pansus Pilrek UI Endriartono Sutarto, saat konferensi pers di Perpustakaan Kampus UI, Depok, Jumat (5/10/2012).

    Untuk menyelesaikan masalah internal UI, kata Endriartono, Majelis Wali Amanah (MWA) UI memutuskan akan menggunakan Undang-undang Pendidikan Tinggi (UU Dikti) yang baru disahkan tahun ini. Menurut Endriartono, UU Dikti saat ini belum bisa dilaksanakan karena belum dibuat Peraturan Pemerintah. Oleh karena itu, UI akan membuat statuta yang di dalamnya terselip pasal peralihan untuk mengakui bakal calon rektor yang lulus seleksi administratif saat ini. Statuta yang telah disetujui oleh semua unsur UI kemudian diajukan oleh pemerintah untuk dijadikan landasan PP.

    “Bila sudah disetujui oleh internal UI, mau tidak mau pemerintah akan mengesahkannya. Pasal peralihan ini hanya berlaku bagi pilrek periode 2012-2017,” paparnya.

    Dia menargetkan, statuta UI tersebut sudah selesai Desember 2012. Endriartono optimistis, pasal peralihan ini bisa terwujud karena itu merupakan jalan keluar terbaik dalam menyelesaikan masalah UI. Apalagi selama belum terpilih rektor definitif, pucuk pimpinan UI akan tetap dipegang pejabat sementara yaitu Dirjen Dikti, Djoko Santoso. “Tentunya pejabat sementara tidak memiliki kewenangan yang penuh untuk menentukan kebijakan,” tandasnya.(rfa)

    http://kampus.okezone.com/read/2012/10/05/373/699847/23-balon-rektor-ui-harus-bersabar

    Pilrek UI Ditunda
    23 Balon Rektor UI Harus Bersabar
    Marieska Harya Virdhani
    Jum’at, 05 Oktober 2012 18:25 wib

    DEPOK – Jumlah bakal calon rektor Universitas Indonesia (UI) yang telah lolos verifikasi yakni sudah sebanyak 23 orang. Namun langkah mereka untuk menjadi pucuk pimpinan UI harus terganjal kembali karena keluarnya putusan PTUN yang menyatakan tim transisi cacat hukum.

    Ketua Panitia Khusus (Pansus) Pemilihan Rektor UI Endriartono Sutarto berujar, hingga kini akhirnya UI memutuskan untuk menunggu pembentukan statuta sebagai petunjuk pelaksanaan dan petunjuk teknis, salah satunya untuk memilih rektor, terkait dengan disahkannya UU Dikti terbaru. Statuta tersebut diperkirakan memakan waktu enam bulan, sementara Mendikbud belum memutuskan akan banding atau tidak terhadap putusan PTUN.

    “Kalau statuta selesai, banding sudah tak ada nilainya lagi. Karena enggak ada kesamaan sikap PP itu, kita pakai yang lebih tinggi yakni UU Dikti,” ujar Endriartono kepada wartawan dalam konferensi pers di UI, Jumat (05/10).

    Dia menambahkan, sejauh ini proses pemilihan rektor dihentikan sementara. Begitu juga dengan tahapan pemilihan rektor yang sejauh ini sudah sampai tahap pemilihan calon rektor oleh Senat Akademik Universitas (SAU).

    “Pemilihan rektor dihentikan sementara. Terakhir 23 calon rektor yang lolos verifikasi, diharapkan mereka masih sah sehingga tak ada penambahan,” paparnya.

    Sekretaris Pansus Pilrek UI Corina S Riantoputra mengatakan, pihaknya tidak sekedar membuat keputusan, namun sudah membicarakannya dengan semua pihak. Termasuk di antaranya mendikbud dan presiden RI.

    “Jadi kami optimistis keputusan ini memiliki political will yang kuat,”ujarnya.

    Corina mengimbuh, Ketua Pansus Pilrek juga telah melakukan komunikasi pada bakal calon rektor UI 2012-2017 untuk menjelaskan proses pemilihan rektor ini. “Sudah dijelaskan hari ini juga sebelum konpers berlangsung,” ujarnya.(rfa)

     
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    Even the highly trained and most proficient architect and engineer of killings cunt escape his trojan, neither his brutus

    Jakarta, 30 September 2012
    by S3ra Sutan Rajo Ali

    Two movies, Assassination Games (2011) and Interview with A Hitman (2012), have taught me this lesson: exploit, trigger, trojan, brutus. So i wove the 4 letter words acting as the red thin lines into these sentences:

    One cunt escape your trojan, neither your brutus. Beware of enemies and nemesis within. Your enemy loves to exploit your vulnerability, converting themselves as honey and transforming you as a bee. In the end, ye shall be treated as one flying white ant, easy to be snapped with the little fire of a harmless candle.

    The opening screen of Assassination Games is a Nietzsche thing: The best weapon against an enemy is another enemy. Dalam bahasa Indonesia, adagium itu biasa disebut politik adu domba.

    On this date, 30 September, in 1888, Nietzsche proclaims his “Gesetz wider das Christenthum” against Christianity. Happy anniversary.

    What Nietzsche failed to realise is that Christianity is an ideology. It was the very easy thing to be highly exploited by the Holy Roman Empire, the German tribes, that is by the bishops or the likes. The ideology was used as a doctrine to keep the Church as the ruling emperor. The Machiavellians.

    Therefore, Nietzsche declared his siding to Christianity. This should explain the reason why Nietzsche did that.

    About Friedrich Nietzsche

    Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche (October 15, 1844 August 25, 1900) was a German philosopher, whose critiques of contemporary culture, religion, and philosophy centered around a basic question regarding the foundation of values and morality. Beyond the unique themes dealt with in his works, Nietzsche’s powerful style and subtle approach are distinguishing features of his writings.

    Although largely overlooked during his short working life, which ended with a mental collapse at the age of 44, and frequently misunderstood and misrepresented thereafter, Nietzsche received recognition during the second half of the 20th century as a highly significant figure in modern philosophy. His influence was particularly noted by many existentialist and postmodern philosophers.

    The enemy within

    “But the worst enemy you can meet will always be yourself; you lie in wait for yourself in caverns and forests. Lonely one, you are going the way to yourself! And your way goes past yourself, and past your seven devils! You will be a heretic to yourself and witch and soothsayer and fool and doubter and unholy one and villain. You must be ready to burn yourself in your own flame: how could you become new, if you had not first become ashes?”


    http://4umi.com/nietzsche/zarathustra/10

    10. War and Warriors

    By our best enemies we do not want to be spared, nor by those either whom we love from the very heart. So let me tell you the truth! My brethren in war! I love you from the very heart. I am, and was ever, your counterpart. And I am also your best enemy. So let me tell you the truth!

    I know the hatred and envy of your hearts. Ye are not great enough not to know of hatred and envy. Then be great enough not to be ashamed of them! And if ye cannot be saints of knowledge, then, I pray you, be at least its warriors. They are the companions and forerunners of such saintship.

    I see many soldiers; could I but see many warriors! “Uniform” one calleth what they wear; may it not be uniform what they therewith hide! Ye shall be those whose eyes ever seek for an enemy-for your enemy. And with some of you there is hatred at first sight. Your enemy shall ye seek; your war shall ye wage, and for the sake of your thoughts! And if your thoughts succumb, your uprightness shall still shout triumph thereby!

    Ye shall love peace as a means to new wars-and the short peace more than the long. You I advise not to work, but to fight. You I advise not to peace, but to victory. Let your work be a fight, let your peace be a victory! One can only be silent and sit peacefully when one hath arrow and bow; otherwise one prateth and quarrelleth. Let your peace be a victory!

    Ye say it is the good cause which halloweth even war? I say unto you: it is the good war which halloweth every cause. War and courage have done more great things than charity. Not your sympathy, but your bravery hath hitherto saved the victims. “What is good?” ye ask. To be brave is good. Let the little girls say: “To be good is what is pretty, and at the same time touching.”

    They call you heartless: but your heart is true, and I love the bashfulness of your goodwill. Ye are ashamed of your flow, and others are ashamed of their ebb. Ye are ugly? Well then, my brethren, take the sublime about you, the mantle of the ugly! And when your soul becometh great, then doth it become haughty, and in your sublimity there is wickedness. I know you.

    In wickedness the haughty man and the weakling meet. But they misunderstand one another. I know you. Ye shall only have enemies to be hated, but not enemies to be despised. Ye must be proud of your enemies; then, the successes of your enemies are also your successes. Resistance-that is the distinction of the slave. Let your distinction be obedience. Let your commanding itself be obeying!

    To the good warrior soundeth “thou shalt” pleasanter than “I will.” And all that is dear unto you, ye shall first have it commanded unto you. Let your love to life be love to your highest hope; and let your highest hope be the highest thought of life! Your highest thought, however, ye shall have it commanded unto you by me-and it is this: man is something that is to be surpassed.

    So live your life of obedience and of war! What matter about long life! What warrior wisheth to be spared! I spare you not, I love you from my very heart, my brethren in war!- Thus spake Zarathustra.

    • –oOo– -

    http://faustianeurope.wordpress.com/2007/09/21/nietzsche-on-friendship-and-on-the-tragedy-of-life/

    Nietzsche on friendship and on the ‘tragedy of life’

    21/09/2007

    ‘Friendship’ is something to which we all probably would nod and we would say that we fully understand what is meant by it, but do we? Who are these ‘friends’ we think are around us? What do they mean to us and do these ‘friends’ of today really differ from people we only ‘know better’ and or to whom we ‘talk more’ than with random people we daily meet?

    These might sound like silly questions to ask, really, however, when the phenomenon of Facebooks, Myspace etc. strikes daily the news and journalists often mention that people have tens or even hundreds ‘friends’ on their profiles, I believe it is never useless to stop and wonder for a moment.

    Quite interestingly, I would like to point out to perhaps the most unexpected person who considered friendship in his work – to Friedrich Nietzsche. He, just as the voluntarist Schopenhauer before him, had almost no friends at all.

    Suffering from constant health problems – migraine headaches and vomiting, this brilliant intellectual had to resign from the post of professor at the University of Basle, which he received at unheard age of 24, and in 1879 started to travel around Europe, seeking seclusion and peace from his collapsing health near mountain lakes deep in the Alps.

    In earlier days of his writing career, Nietzsche was a friend and admirer of the work of Richard Wagner. Nietzsche saw in Wagner’s opera Tristan und Isolde (1865) the possible resurrection of the antic tragedy. The Greek tragedy was for Nietzsche especially important because he regarded it as an ‘honest depiction of human life.’

    That is, as a piece of art that depicts each person as born with certain qualities, but also possessing the ‘tragic flaw,’ which gives him a destiny that he cannot escape. Although in the Greek tragedy characters struggle with their predestined path, by each step they inadvertently proceed towards their certain end.

    This is perhaps best depicted in Sophocles’ Oedipus Rex, where Oedipus is given a terrible predicament – he is to marry his mother and kill his father. The tragic flaw in case of Oedipus is hubris – and although that when he hears his terrible fate from the Delphic Oracle and tries to flee from the place where his (foster) parents live, escaping, he kills his father Laius – only because they argue who has the right-of-way.

    Nevertheless, heroes of the antic tragedy – although endowed with the tragic fate – are not content with it, and they struggle till the very end. As Nietzsche mentions in The Birth of Tragedy this is a ‘honest’ image of what life is – tragic. One is born into a condition one does not chooses. He is endowed with certain predispositions, born into a certain family, into a specific community, which make tremendous impact on one’s identity – on the fact ‘who one is.’

    The ancient Greeks personified this human precondition as ‘given’ by three Moirae  – the personifications of destiny. The ancient hero, however, is the one who, although endowed with both flaws and qualities, does not ‘give up’ and fights his destiny and although never wins (the human life can never be won, the human life is tragic, it always ends in death which can never be avoided) he understands that ‘there are moments and things worth living (and dying) for.’

    In his later works, Nietzsche elaborates further; when one considers great heroes as Beethoven, Goethe or Napoleon, they were all both endowed with certain flaws, no one of them was ‘perfect,’ but they all, above all, were in their specific fields great ‘warriors,’ who stood against the human fate and managed to push the meaning of living to a completely another, greater level – they set example for others and in their fight found what ‘they are’ – what to be living for them truly means.

    They found that it is precisely this fight, this totality of all things – both living and dying, both flaws and qualities, both joy and sadness, both victories and failures – what life is. That life is beautiful – and interesting – and worth living for – because above all, to be a human means a tremendous possibility, a challenge – to understand one’s flaws and qualities and on them build one’s work – one’s fate.

    For Nietzsche, life is an art, a Greek tragedy. And it is precisely this fact that life is tragic – which makes is beautiful. For Nietzsche, and for the ancient Greeks, the life ‘makes sense’ only when understood in this highly artistic sense. As to Richard Wagner – and to the opera Tristan und Isolde Nietzsche so admired, one could now perhaps better understand why Nietzsche praised Wagner as a  cultural prodigy.

    Nietzsche saw in earlier Wagner’s work a possibility how to restore the tragic understanding of life, back into the contemporary society which elevated only the Christian reverence and its preaching that man is born from sin and that he can only achieve ‘happiness’ in the afterlife.

    The Christians, Nietzsche maintains, do not understand what life is, they are in fact, the life’s failures, to weak to conceive of life as the totality of all values – as both struggle and peace, as both birth and death and so on. They instead would like to live in ‘eternal happiness and peace,’ which is a non-sense Nietzsche argues; since happiness cannot exist without sadness, as sadness cannot without happiness.

    Just as well as life entails death, also death is necessary to give life to next generations. Each exists only in relation to the opposite. The weak would be even unable to consider, Nietzsche argues, that life consisting only of ‘happiness’ would be too boring to live. Indeed, for the strong, for the type of the antic hero, it is unimaginable to be living in the Christian heaven, in an eternal ‘peace and happiness.’

    One might well say that what is the hell for the Christian, is the ‘heaven’ for a Nietzschean hero, because, quite simply, it would be much more fun. The friendship between Wagner and Nietzsche nevertheless did not last long.

    Wagner more and more enclosed himself with a circle of German nationalists and instead of elevating Nietzsche’s untimely model of the Antic hero, Wagner became too narrowly German, and ultimately, with his final opera Parsifal, even a hypocrite. In Parsifal Wagner elevated the Christian piety, when he himself was an admirer of Nordic paganism.

    Nietzsche was nauseated by the fact that Wagner used something so alien to his (Wagner’s) beliefs only to promote the sense of German national history. Even then, Nietzsche stayed true to his beliefs, and although he despised its pseudo-Christian leitmotif, he admired the beauty of the music; in a letter to Peter Gast from 1887, he asks himself: ‘Has Wagner ever written anything better?’

    It is then perhaps no wonder that for Nietzsche, the friendship has a very peculiar meaning. Today it is mostly understood that a friend is someone ‘who wants the best for you.’ Nietzsche considers this too shallow and his response is similar as in the case of the Christians who would like to live only in their ‘heaven.’

    A true friend for Nietzsche is someone who by wishing you the ‘best’ wishes you ‘the worst,’ – struggle, strife, obstacles, fear, and ‘many good enemies.’ A friend for Nietzsche is not someone who accepts your every word and blindly follows in your steps or even someone who tries to ‘offer you a helping hand’ – this only promotes laziness, acceptance of one’s status, weakness and decadence.

    To wish truly one best also means to be in opposition, to propose contra-arguments, to go one’s own way and even destroy and fight against a friend’s plans. In the Nietzschean sense, the friend is the one ‘who wishes you to be strong.’ In contrast to a Christian who wishes you ‘heaven,’ that is meekness and decadence in otherworldly piety.

    Consider also this assumption: what is for Nietzsche the difference between friend and enemy? One can easily derive from the above mentioned that there is no difference at all. Both friend and enemy is someone who you consider your equal. It is someone who you think is worth fighting against.

    From the fight, you both learn and ultimately strengthen your resolve. In fact, it might be said that ‘your best friend is also your best enemy, and your best enemy is your best friend.’ Similarly, Nietzsche mentions Christ’s ‘love thy enemy’ as a commendable principle to follow, but not in the ‘Christian sense.’

    For Nietzsche, since love and hate are almost inseparable, the enemy, your antithesis, is also someone to be truly admired, because this enemy inevitably forms a part of ‘who you are,’ the enemy shows you a different side of the coin, and thus makes you stronger in the end. In the end, one might and might not agree, yet Nietzsche certainly provides a persuasive theory of friendship, especially in a time when it seems that friendship is being reduced to an artificial list of names available on an individual’s profile somewhere on the internet

    Faust says:  23/09/2007 at 20:27

    First, thank you for your comment. Nietzsche was, I would say ‘inevitably,’ a romanticist, living in the second period of the 19th century, he stood both against the Christianity and the rising petty nationalism that equated one’s ‘friends’ only with what is the ‘closest.’

    Although I am not familiar with the particular section of Nietzsche’s work, one of the main topics of the second part of Thus Spoke Zarathustra is Zarathustra’s search for ‘friends’ and ‘fellow travellers,’ but such friends who would not merely repeat Zarathustra’s words, but that would at some part leave him, ‘seek themselves’ and try to challenge his ideas.

    That is, to answer your question whether do we have friends in the sense Nietzsche develops, it depends on each one of us and how do we conceive of those we have around. Are friends only those who offer ‘caring words’ or also those who deeply shake our beliefs or even stood in direct opposition of our actions?

    For instance, one might take a relation between one’s family/friends and a drug addict. What a ‘real’ friend would do? Would a friend try to pity him/her, take him/her to hospitals and give him/her money for drugs? Or would a true friend harshly throw him/her out in order he/she could stand on his own again?

    The latter treatment is obviously, ‘hard’ or even ‘cruel’ in our contemporary sense – a weak person, which a drug addict usually is, will probably succumb and he will not be able to survive. But I believe this is the precise point Nietzsche makes. He again and again states in his works that his words do not apply ‘to everyone.’

    Nietzsche has no universalist tendencies. He writes he speaks to ‘those who understand me.’ His concept of friendship thus applies only for the ‘strong,’ to put it rather simplistically, for mutual friendship of those who are ‘strong in spirit’ – as in the Greek aristotoi – who realize that to treat the other ‘harshly’ – to treat the strong ‘harshly’ is to make him stronger.

    Those obstacles to which others succumb the strong ‘laughs at.’ This is Nietzsche’s ‘ideal’ which he poses against the petty ‘national trifles’ of his own time. Ultimately, one probably has to decide on his own whether he seeks or finds such friendship or not.



    1. Georges Pompidou: There are three roads to ruin; women, gambling and technicians. The most pleasant is with women, the quickest is with gambling, but the surest is with technicians.
    2. James A. Michener (attributed): The master in the art of living makes little distinction between his work and his play, his labor and his leisure, his mind and his body, his information and his recreation, his love and his religion. He hardly knows which is which. He simply pursues his vision of excellence at whatever he does, leaving others to decide whether he is working or playing. To him he’s always doing both.
    3. Nicholas Sparks, American Author and Writer, b.1965: Romance is thinking about your significant other, when you are supposed to be thinking about something else.
    4. O. A. Battista: One of the hardest things to teach a child is that the truth is more important than the consequences.
    5. Oscar Wilde, Irish Poet, Novelist, Dramatist and Critic, 1854-1900: No man dies for what he knows to be true. Men die for what they want to be true, for what some terror in their hearts tells them is not true.
    6. Pericles: What we leave behind is not what is engraved in stone monuments, but what is woven into the lives of others.
    7. Seneca: Everything is the product of one universal creative effort. There is nothing dead in Nature. Everything is organic and living, and therefore the whole world appears to be a living organism.


    Friedrich Nietzsche, * Röcken bei Lützen, 15 October 1844 – † Weimar, 25 August 1900. German philosopher. And rücksichtlos at that.

    Friedrich Nietzsche, 1883-1886, Also sprach Zarathustra, Ein Buch für Alle und Keinen, Thus Spoke Zarathustra, A book for all and none, translated by Nietzsche specialist Thomas Common in 1909 as Thus Spake Zarathustra.

    1. A casual stroll through the lunatic asylum shows that faith does not prove anything.
    2. A friend should be a master at guessing and keeping still: you must not want to see everything.
    3. A good writer possesses not only his own spirit but also the spirit of his friends.
    4. A great value of antiquity lies in the fact that its writings are the only ones that modern men still read with exactness.
    5. A man who is very busy seldom changes his opinions.
    6. A pair of powerful spectacles has sometimes sufficed to cure a person in love.
    7. A strong and secure man digests his experiences (deeds and misdeeds alike) just as he digests his meat, even when he has some bits to swallow.
    8. A subject for a great poet would be God’s boredom after the seventh day of creation.
    9. A woman may very well form a friendship with a man, but for this to endure, it must be assisted by a little physical antipathy.
    10. About sacrifice and the offering of sacrifices, sacrificial animals think quite differently from those who look on: but they have never been allowed to have their say.
    11. Admiration for a quality or an art can be so strong that it deters us from striving to possess it.
    12. After all, what would be “beautiful” if the contradiction had not first become conscious of itself, if the ugly had not first said to itself: “I am ugly”?
    13. After coming into contact with a religious man I always feel I must wash my hands.
    14. Against boredom the gods themselves fight in vain.
    15. Ah, women. They make the highs higher and the lows more frequent.
    16. All credibility, all good conscience, all evidence of truth come only from the senses.
    17. All in all, punishment hardens and renders people more insensible; it concentrates; it increases the feeling of estrangement; it strengthens the power of resistance.
    18. All sciences are now under the obligation to prepare the ground for the future task of the philosopher, which is to solve the problem of value, to determine the true hierarchy of values.
    19. All things are subject to interpretation whichever interpretation prevails at a given time is a function of power and not truth.
    20. All truly great thoughts are conceived by walking.
    21. All truth is simple… is that not doubly a lie?
    22. Although the most acute judges of the witches and even the witches themselves, were convinced of the guilt of witchery, the guilt nevertheless was non-existent. It is thus with all guilt.
    23. An artist has no home in Europe except in Paris.
    24. And if you gaze for long into an abyss, the abyss gazes also into you.
    25. And we should consider every day lost on which we have not danced at least once. And we should call every truth false which was not accompanied by at least one laugh.
    26. Anyone who has declared someone else to be an idiot, a bad apple, is annoyed when it turns out in the end that he isn’t.
    27. Arrogance on the part of the meritorious is even more offensive to us than the arrogance of those without merit: for merit itself is offensive.
    28. Art is not merely an imitation of the reality of nature, but in truth a metaphysical supplement to the reality of nature, placed alongside thereof for its conquest.
    29. Art is the proper task of life.
    30. Art raises its head where creeds relax.
    31. At bottom, every man knows perfectly well that he is a unique being, only once on this earth; and by no extraordinary chance will such a marvelously picturesque piece of diversity in unity as he is, ever be put together a second time.
    32. At times one remains faithful to a cause only because its opponents do not cease to be insipid.
    33. Battle not with monsters, lest ye become a monster.
    34. Before the effect one believes in different causes than one does after the effect.
    35. Behind all their personal vanity, women themselves always have an impersonal contempt for woman.
    36. Believe me! The secret of reaping the greatest fruitfulness and the greatest enjoyment from life is to live dangerously!
    37. Blessed are the forgetful: for they get the better even of their blunders.
    38. Character is determined more by the lack of certain experiences than by those one has had.
    39. Convictions are more dangerous foes of truth than lies.
    40. Cynicism is the only form in which base souls approach honesty.
    41. Dancing in all its forms cannot be excluded from the curriculum of all noble education; dancing with the feet, with ideas, with words, and, need I add that one must also be able to dance with the pen?
    42. Discontent is the seed of ethics.
    43. Distrust all in whom the impulse to punish is powerful.
    44. Distrust everyone in whom the impulse to punish is powerful!
    45. Do whatever you will, but first be such as are able to will.
    46. Does wisdom perhaps appear on the earth as a raven which is inspired by the smell of carrion?
    47. Each day I count wasted in which there has been no dancing.
    48. Egoism is the very essence of a noble soul.
    49. Every church is a stone on the grave of a god-man: it does not want him to rise up again under any circumstances.
    50. Every man is a creative cause of what happens, a primum mobile with an original movement.
    51. Every philosophy is the philosophy of some stage of life.
    52. Everything in woman hath a solution. It is called pregnancy.
    53. ‘Evil men have no songs.’ How is it that the Russians have songs?
    54. Existence really is an imperfect tense that never becomes a present.
    55. Experience, as a desire for experience, does not come off. We must not study ourselves while having an experience.
    56. Extreme positions are not succeeded by moderate ones, but by contrary extreme positions.
    57. ‘Faith’ means not wanting to know what is true.
    58. Faith, indeed, has up to the present not been able to move real mountains . . . But it can put mountains where there are none.
    59. Fanatics are picturesque, mankind would rather see gestures than listen to reasons.
    60. Fear is the mother of morality.
    61. For art to exist, for any sort of aesthetic activity to exist, a certain physiological precondition is indispensable: intoxication.
    62. For the woman, the man is a means: the end is always the child.
    63. Freedom is the will to be responsible to ourselves.
    64. Genteel women suppose that those things do not really exist about which it is impossible to talk in polite company.
    65. Glance into the world just as though time were gone: and everything crooked will become straight to you.
    66. Go up close to your friend, but do not go over to him! We should also respect the enemy in our friend.
    67. God is a thought who makes crooked all that is straight.
    68. Great indebtedness does not make men grateful, but vengeful; and if a little charity is not forgotten, it turns into a gnawing worm.
    69. Great intellects are skeptical.
    70. Growth in wisdom may be exactly measured by decrease in bitterness.
    71. He that humbleth himself wishes to be exalted.
    72. He who cannot give anything away cannot feel anything either.
    73. He who climbs upon the highest mountains laughs at all tragedies, real or imaginary.
    74. He who fights with monsters might take care lest he thereby become a monster. Is not life a hundred times too short for us to bore ourselves?
    75. He who fights with monsters might take care lest he thereby become a monster. And if you gaze for long into an abyss, the abyss gazes also into you.
    76. He who has a why to live can bear almost any how.
    77. He who laughs best today, will also laughs last.
    78. He who would learn to fly one day must first learn to stand and walk and run and climb and dance; one cannot fly into flying.
    79. Here the ways of men part: if you wish to strive for peace of soul and pleasure, then believe; if you wish to be a devotee of truth, then inquire.
    80. Hope in reality is the worst of all evils because it prolongs the torments of man.
    81. Hope is the worst of evils, for it prolongs the torments of man.
    82. I am afraid we are not rid of God because we still have faith in grammar.
    83. I assess the power of a will by how much resistance, pain, torture it endures and knows how to turn to its advantage.
    84. I cannot believe in a God who wants to be praised all the time.
    85. I do honour and confer distinction when I associate my name with a cause or a person: by being against or for is all the same to me (Ecce Homo, Why I am So Wise).
    86. I do not know what the spirit of a philosopher could more wish to be than a good dancer. For the dance is his ideal, also his fine art, finally also the only kind of piety he knows, his “divine service.”
    87. I fear animals regard man as a creature of their own kind which has in a highly dangerous fashion lost its healthy animal reason / as the mad animal, as the laughing animal, as the weeping animal, as the unhappy animal.
    88. I have done that, says my memory. I cannot have done that — says my pride, and remains adamant. At last — memory yields.
    89. I love those who do not know how to live for today.
    90. I still live, I still think: I still have to live, for I still have to think.
    91. I would believe only in a God that knows how to Dance.
    92. Idleness is the parent of psychology.
    93. If a man have a strong faith he can indulge in the luxury of skepticism.
    94. If a man wishes to rid himself of a feeling of unbearable oppression, he may have to take hashish.
    95. If a woman possesses manly virtues one should run away from her; and if she does not possess them she runs away from herself.
    96. If one considers how much reason every person has for anxiety and timid self-concealment, and how three-quarters of his energy and goodwill can be paralyzed and made unfruitful by it, one has to be very grateful to fashion, insofar as it sets that th.
    97. If one considers how much reason every person has for anxiety and timid self-concealment, and how three-quarters of his energy and goodwill can be paralyzed and made unfruitful by it, one has to be very grateful to fashion, insofar as it sets that th.
    98. If there is something to pardon in everything, there is also something to condemn.
    99. If you gaze long into an abyss, the abyss will gaze back into you.
    100. If you wish to understand a philosopher, do not ask what he says, but find out what he wants.
    101. Idleness is the parent of all psychology.
    102. I’m not upset that you lied to me, I’m upset that from now on I can’t believe you.
    103. Impoliteness is frequently the sign of an awkward modesty that loses its head when surprised and hopes to conceal this with rudeness. LESS Friedrich Nietzsche
    104. In Christianity neither morality nor religion come into contact with reality at any point.
    105. In every real man a child is hidden that wants to play.
    106. In everything one thing is impossible: rationality.
    107. In golf as in life it is the follow through that makes the difference.
    108. In Heaven all the interesting people are missing.
    109. In individuals, insanity is rare; but in groups, parties, nations and epochs, it is the rule.
    110. In large states public education will always be mediocre, for the same reason that in large kitchens the cooking is usually bad.
    111. In music the passions enjoy themselves.
    112. In praise there is more obtrusiveness than in blame.
    113. In the consciousness of the truth he has perceived, man now sees everywhere only the awfulness or the absurdity of existence and loathing seizes him.
    114. In the course of history, men come to see that iron necessity is neither iron nor necessary.
    115. In the last analysis, even the best man is evil: in the last analysis, even the best woman is bad.
    116. In the mountains, the shortest way is from peak to peak: but for that you must have long legs.
    117. Insanity in individuals is something rare – but in groups, parties, nations and epochs, it is the rule.
    118. Is life not a thousand times too short for us to bore ourselves?
    119. Is man one of God’s blunders? Or is God one of man’s blunders?
    120. It is always consoling to think of suicide: in that way one gets through many a bad night.
    121. It is easier to cope with a bad conscience than with a bad reputation.
    122. It is good to express a thing twice right at the outset and so to give it a right foot and also a left one. Truth can surely stand on one leg, but with two it will be able to walk and get around.
    123. It is hard enough to remember my opinions, without also remembering my reasons for them!
    124. It is impossible to suffer without making someone pay for it; every complaint already contains revenge.
    125. It is my ambition to say in ten sentences what others say in a whole book.
    126. It is nobler to declare oneself wrong than to insist on being right – especially when one is right.
    127. It is not a lack of love, but a lack of friendship that makes unhappy marriages.
    128. It is not when truth is dirty, but when it is shallow, that the lover of knowledge is reluctant to step into its waters.
    129. It is the most sensual men who need to flee women and torment their bodies.
    130. It says nothing against the ripeness of a spirit that it has a few worms.
    131. You may have enemies whom you hate, but not enemies whom you despise. You must be proud of your enemy: then the success of your enemy shall be your success too.
    132. Jesus died too soon. He would have repudiated His doctrine if He had lived to my age.
    133. Joyous distrust is a sign of health. Everything absolute belongs to pathology.
    134. Judgments, value judgments concerning life, for or against, can in the last resort never be true: they possess value only as symptoms, they come into consideration only as symptoms – in themselves such judgments are stupidities.
    135. Let him who wishes to kill his opponent first consider whether by doing so he will not immortalise him enemy in himself (Daybreak, Book 4 351-422)
    136. Let us beware of saying that death is the opposite of life. The living being is only a species of the dead, and a very rare species.
    137. Like tourists huffing and puffing to reach the peak we forget the view on the way up.
    138. Living in a constant chase after gain compels people to expend their spirit to the point of exhaustion.
    139. Love is blind; friendship closes its eyes.
    140. Love is not consolation. It is light.
    141. Love matches, so called, have illusion for their father and need for their mother.
    142. Madness is rare in individuals – but in groups, parties, nations, and ages it is the rule.
    143. Madness is something rare in individuals — but in groups, parties, peoples, ages it is the rule.
    144. Man’s maturity: to have regained the seriousness that he had as a child at play.
    145. Many a man fails as an original thinker simply because his memory it too good.
    146. Many are stubborn in pursuit of the path they have chosen, few in pursuit of the goal.
    147. Marriage: that I call the will of two to create the one who is more than those who created it.
    148. Morality in Europe today is herd-morality.
    149. Morality is herd instinct in the individual.
    150. Morality is the best of all devices for leading mankind by the nose.
    151. Morality is the herd-instinct in the individual.
    152. Mystical explanations are thought to be deep; the truth is that they are not even shallow.
    153. Necessity is not an established fact, but an interpretation.
    154. Necessity is not an established fact, but rather an interpretation.
    155. No one lies so boldly as the man who is indignant.
    156. No, life has not disappointed me. On the contrary, I find it truer, more desirable and mysterious every year ever since the day when the great liberator came to me: the idea that life could be an experiment of the seeker for knowledge and not a duty, not a calamity, not trickery.
    157. Not necessity, not desire – no, the love of power is the demon of men. Let them have everything – health, food, a place to live, entertainment – they are and remain unhappy and low-spirited: for the demon waits and waits and will be satisfied.
    158. Not necessity, not desire /no, the love of power is the demon of men. Let them have everything /health, food, a place to live, entertainment /they are and remain unhappy and low-spirited: for the demon waits and waits and will be satisfied.
    159. Not when truth is dirty, but when it is shallow, does the enlightened man dislike to wade into its waters.
    160. Nothing has been purchased more dearly than the little bit of reason and sense of freedom which now constitutes our pride.
    161. Nothing is beautiful, except man alone: all aesthetics rests upon this naÔvetÈ, which is its first truth. Let us immediately add the second: nothing is ugly except the degenerating manóand with this the realm of aesthetic judgment is circumscribed.
    162. Nothing is beautiful, only man: on this piece of naivete rests all aesthetics, it is the first truth of aesthetics. Let us immediately add its second: nothing is ugly but degenerate man – the domain of aesthetic judgment is therewith defined.
    163. Of all that is written, I love only what a person has written with his own blood.
    164. On the mountains of truth you can never climb in vain: either you will reach a point higher up today, or you will be training your powers so that you will be able to climb higher tomorrow.
    165. Once spirit was God, then it became man, and now it is even becoming mob.
    166. One does not hate as long as one has a low esteem of someone, but only when one esteems him as an equal or a superior.
    167. One has to pay dearly for immortality; one has to die several times while one is still alive.
    168. One may sometimes tell a lie, but the grimace that accompanies it tells the truth.
    169. One must have a good memory to be able to keep the promises that one makes.
    170. One must still have chaos in oneself to be able to give birth to a dancing star.
    171. One often contradicts an opinion when what is uncongenial is really the tone in which it was conveyed.
    172. One ought to hold on to one’s heart; for if one lets it go, one soon loses control of the head too.
    173. One should die proudly when it is no longer possible to live proudly.
    174. One will rarely err if extreme actions be ascribed to vanity, ordinary actions to habit, and mean actions to fear.
    175. Only the most acute and active animals are capable of boredom. — A theme for a great poet would be God’s boredom on the seventh day of creation.
    176. Our destiny exercises its influence over us even when, as yet, we have not learned its nature: it is our future that lays down the law of our today.
    177. Our treasure lies in the beehives of our knowledge. We are perpetually on our way thither, being by nature winged insects and honey gatherers of the mind. The only thing that lies close to our heart is the desire to bring something home to the hive.
    178. Our vanity is hardest to wound precisely when our pride has just been wounded.
    179. Pathetic attitudes are not in keeping with greatness.
    180. People who have given us their complete confidence believe that they have a right to ours. The inference is false, a gift confers no rights.
    181. Perhaps I know best why it is man alone who laughs; he alone suffers so deeply that he had to invent laughter.
    182. Plato was a bore.
    183. Poets treat their experiences shamelessly; they exploit them.
    184. Regarding life, the wisest men of all ages have judged alike: it is worthless.
    185. Rejoicing in our joy, not suffering over our suffering, makes someone a friend.
    186. Shared joys make a friend, not shared sufferings.
    187. Sleeping is no mean art: for its sake one must stay awake all day.
    188. Some are made modest by great praise, others insolent.
    189. Stupid as a man, say the women: cowardly as a woman, say the men. Stupidity in a woman is unwomanly.
    190. Success has always been a great liar.
    191. Talking much about oneself can also be a means to conceal oneself.
    192. Talking much about oneself may be a way of hiding oneself.
    193. That which does not kill us makes us stronger.
    194. That which needs to be proved cannot be worth much.
    195. The “kingdom of Heaven” is a condition of the heart – not something that comes “upon the earth” or “after death.”
    196. The abdomen is the reason why man does not readily take himself to be a god.
    197. The aphorism in which I am the first master among Germans, are the forms of “eternity”; my ambition is to say in ten sentences what everyone else says in a book – what everyone else does not say in a book.
    198. The bad gains respect through imitation, the good loses it especially in art.
    199. The best author will be the one who is ashamed to become a writer.
    200. The best weapon against an enemy is another enemy.
    201. The body is a big sagacity, a plurality with one sense, a war and a peace, a flock and a shepherd.
    202. The broad effects which can be obtained by punishment in man and beast, are the increase of fear, the sharpening of the sense of cunning, the mastery of the desires; so it is that punishment tames man, but does not make him “better”.
    203. The Christian resolution to find the world ugly and bad has made the world ugly and bad.
    204. The demand to be loved is the greatest of all arrogant presumptions.
    205. The desire to annoy no one, to harm no one, can equally well be the sign of a just as of an anxious disposition.
    206. The devotion of the greatest is to encounter risk and danger, and play dice for death.
    207. The doer alone learneth.
    208. The doer is merely a fiction added to the deed the deed is everything.
    209. The essence of all beautiful art, all great art, is gratitude.
    210. The existence of forgetting has never been proved: We only know that some things don’t come to mind when we want them.
    211. The friend whose hopes we cannot satisfy is one we should prefer to have as an enemy (Daybreak, Book 4 251-350).
    212. The future influences the present just as much as the past.
    213. The individual has always had to struggle to keep from being overwhelmed by the tribe. If you try it, you will be lonely often, and sometimes frightened. But no price is too high to pay for the privilege of owning yourself.
    214. The irrationality of a thing is no argument against its existence, rather a condition of it.
    215. The lie is a condition of life.
    216. The life of the enemy. Whoever lives for the sake of combating an enemy has an interest in the enemy’s staying alive.
    217. The man of knowledge must be able not only to love his enemies but also to hate his friends (Ecce Homo, Preface).
    218. The miserable have no other medicine but hope.
    219. The most common lie is that which one lies to himself; lying to others is relatively an exception.
    220. The most perfidious way of harming a cause consists of defending it deliberately with faulty arguments.
    221. The patient. The pine tree seems to listen, the fir tree to wait: and both without impatience: – they give no thought to the little people beneath them devoured by their impatience and their curiosity.
    222. The pine tree seems to listen, the fir tree to wait: and both without impatience — they give no thought to the little people beneath them devoured by their impatience and their curiosity.
    223. The press, the machine, the railway, the telegraph are premises whose thousand-year conclusion no one has yet dared to draw.
    224. The same passions in man and woman nonetheless differ in tempo; hence man and woman do not cease misunderstanding one another.
    225. The secret of reaping the greatest fruitfulness and the greatest enjoyment from life is to liver dangerously.
    226. The so called unconscious inferences can be traced back to the all-preserving memory, which presents us with parallel experiences and hence already knows the consequences of an action. It is not anticipation of the effects; rather, it is the feeling: identical causes, identical effects.
    227. The strongest have their moments of fatigue.
    228. The surest way to corrupt a youth is to instruct him to hold in higher esteem those who think alike than those who think differently.
    229. The thought of suicide is a powerful solace: by means of it one gets through many a bad night.
    230. The true man wants two things: danger and play. For that reason he wants woman, as the most dangerous plaything.
    231. The will to truth! That will which is yet to seduce us into many a venture, that famous truthfulness of which all philosophers up to this time have spoken reverently — think what questions this will to truth has posed for us! What strange, wicked, questionable question!
    232. The word “Christianity” is already a misunderstanding – in reality there has been only one Christian, and he died on the Cross.
    233. The world itself is the will to power – and nothing else! And you yourself are the will to power – and nothing else!
    234. There are few pains so grievous as to have seen, divined, or experienced how an exceptional man has missed his way and deteriorated.
    235. There are horrible people who, instead of solving a problem, tangle it up and make it harder to solve for anyone who wants to deal with it. Whoever does not know how to hit the nail on the head should be asked not to hit it at all.
    236. There are no eternal facts, as there are no absolute truths.
    237. There are no facts, only interpretations.
    238. There are no moral phenomena at all, but only a moral interpretation of phenomena.
    239. There are people who want to make men’s lives more difficult for no other reason than the chance it provides them afterwards to offer their prescription for alleviating life; their Christianity, for instance.
    240. There are slavish souls who carry their appreciation for favors done them so far that they strangle themselves with the rope of gratitude.
    241. There are various eyes. Even the Sphinx has eyes: and as a result there are various truths, and as a result there is no truth.
    242. There cannot be a God because if there were one, I could not believe that I was not He.
    243. There is a rollicking kindness that looks like malice.
    244. There is always some madness in love. But there is also always some reason in madness.
    245. There is an innocence in admiration; it is found in those to whom it has never yet occurred that they, too, might be admired some day.
    246. There is in general good reason to suppose that in several respects the gods could all benefit from instruction by us human beings. We humans are – more humane.
    247. There is more wisdom in your body than in your deepest philosophy.
    248. There is not enough love and goodness in the world to permit giving any of it away to imaginary beings.
    249. There is not enough religion in the world even to destroy religion.
    250. There is nothing we like to communicate to others as much as the seal of secrecy together with what lies under it.
    251. There is one thing one has to have: either a soul that is cheerful by nature, or a soul made cheerful by work, love, art, and knowledge.
    252. These people abstain, it is true: but the bitch Sensuality glares enviously out of all they do.
    253. These small things — nutrition, place, climate, recreation, the whole casuistry of selfishness — are inconceivably more important than everything one has taken to be important so far.
    254. Thinking about suicide is a potent consolation: it helps us to get through many a bad night.
    255. This is the hardest of all: to close the open hand out of love, and keep modest as a giver.
    256. This is what is hardest: to close the open hand because one loves.
    257. Those who cannot understand how to put their thoughts on ice should not enter into the heat of debate.
    258. Thoughts are the shadows of our feelings – always darker, emptier and simpler.
    259. To be ashamed of one’s immorality: that is a step on the staircase at whose end one is also ashamed of one’s morality.
    260. To forget one’s purpose is the commonest form of stupidity.
    261. To live alone one must be a beast or a god, says Aristotle. Leaving out the third case: one must be both – a philosopher.
    262. To live is to suffer, to survive is to find some meaning in the suffering.
    263. To take upon oneself not punishment, but guilt – that alone would be godlike.
    264. To use the same words is not a sufficient guarantee of understanding; one must use the same words for the same genus of inward experience; ultimately one must have one’s experiences in common.
    265. To win over certain people to something, it is only necessary to give it a gloss of love of humanity, nobility, gentleness, self-sacrifice — and there is nothing you cannot get them to swallow.
    266. Today I love myself as I love my god: who could charge me with a sin today? I know only sins against my god; but who knows my god?
    267. Two great European narcotics, alcohol and Christianity.
    268. Under peaceful conditions the militant man attacks himself.
    269. Undeserved praise causes more pangs of conscience later than undeserved blame, but probably only for this reason, that our power of judgment are more completely exposed by being over praised than by being unjustly underestimated.
    270. Virtues are dangerous as vices insofar as they are allowed to rule over one as authorities and not as qualities one develops oneself.
    271. War has always been the grand sagacity of every spirit which has grown too inward and too profound; its curative power lies even in the wounds one receives.
    272. We are all a little weird and life’s a little weird, and when we find someone whose weirdness is compatible with ours, we join up with them and fall in mutual weirdness and call it love.
    273. We are franker towards others than towards ourselves.
    274. We do not hate as long as we still attach a lesser value, but only when we attach an equal or a greater value.
    275. We do not place especial value on the possession of a virtue until we notice its total absence in our opponent.
    276. We have art in order not to die of the truth.
    277. We hear only those questions for which we are in a position to find answers.
    278. We love life, not because we are used to living but because we are used to loving.
    279. We often refuse to accept an idea merely because the tone of voice in which it has been expressed is unsympathetic to us.
    280. We operate with nothing but things which do not exist, with lines, planes, bodies, atoms, divisible time, divisible space — how should explanation even be possible when we first make everything into an image, into our own image!
    281. We should consider every day lost on which we have not danced at least once. And we should call every truth false which was not accompanied by at least one laugh.
    282. What can everyone do? Praise and blame. This is human virtue, this is human madness.
    283. What do I care about the purring of one who cannot love, like the cat?
    284. What do you regard as most humane? To spare someone shame.
    285. What does not destroy me, makes me stronger.
    286. What does not kill me makes me stronger.
    287. What doesn’t kill us makes us stronger.
    288. What is good? All that heightens the feeling of power, the will to power, power itself in man.
    289. What is the task of higher education? To make a man into a machine. What are the means employed? He is taught how to suffer being bored.
    290. What then in the last resort are the truths of mankind? They are the irrefutable errors of mankind.
    291. What was silent in the father speaks in the son, and often I found in the son the unveiled secret of the father.
    292. What we do in dreams we also do when we are awake: we invent and fabricate the person with whom we associate — and immediately forget we have done so.
    293. What? You seek something? You wish to multiply yourself tenfold, a hundredfold? You seek followers? Seek zeros!
    294. Whatever is done for love always occurs beyond good and evil.
    295. When a hundred men stand together, each of them loses his mind and gets another one.
    296. When art dresses in worn-out material it is most easily recognized as art.
    297. When marrying, ask yourself this question: Do you believe that you will be able to converse well with this person into your old age? Everything else in marriage is transitory.
    298. When one does away with oneself one does the most estimable thing possible: one thereby almost deserves to live.
    299. When one has a great deal to put into it a day has a hundred pockets.
    300. When one has finished building one’s house, one suddenly realizes that in the process one has learned something that one really needed to know in the worst way – before one began.
    301. When one has not had a good father, one must create one.
    302. When we are tired, we are attacked by ideas we conquered long ago.
    303. When you look into an abyss, the abyss also looks into you.
    304. Whenever I climb I am followed by a dog called ‘Ego’.
    305. Whoever battles with monsters had better see that it does not turn him into a monster. And if you gaze long into an abyss, the abyss will gaze back into you.
    306. Whoever despises himself nonetheless respects himself as one who despises.
    307. Whoever does not have a good father should procure one.
    308. Whoever feels predestined to see and not to believe will find all believers too noisy and pushy: he guards against them.
    309. Whoever fights monsters should see to it that in the process he does not become a monster. And if you gaze long enough into an abyss, the abyss will gaze back into you.
    310. Whoever has provoked men to rage against him has always gained a party in his favor, too.
    311. Whoever has witnessed another’s ideal becomes his inexorable judge and as it were his evil conscience.
    312. Whoever is related to me in the height of his aspirations will experience veritable ecstasies of learning; for I come from heights that no bird ever reached in its flight, I know abysses into which no foot ever strayed.
    313. Wit is the epitaph of an emotion.
    314. With the unknown, one is confronted with danger, discomfort, and care; the first instinct is to abolish these painful states. First principle: any explanation is better than none. . . . The causal instinct is thus conditional upon, and excited by, the feeling of fear. The “why?” shall, if at all possible, not give the cause for its own sake so much as for a particular kind of cause — a cause that is comforting, liberating, and relieving.
    315. Without music, life would be a mistake.
    316. Without music, life would be an error.
    317. Woman learns how to hate in proportion as she forgets how to charm.
    318. Woman was God’s second mistake.
    319. Women are considered deep – why? Because one can never discover any bottom to them. Women are not even shallow.
    320. Women are quite able to make friends with a man; but to preserve such a friendship – that no doubt requires the assistance of a slight physical antipathy.
    321. Women are quite capable of entering into a friendship with a man, but to keep it going that takes a little physical antipathy as well.
    322. Women can form a friendship with a man very well; but to preserve it – to that end a slight physical antipathy must probably help.
    323. Words are but symbols for the relations of things to one another and to us; nowhere do they touch upon absolute truth.
    324. You have your way. I have my way. As for the right way, the correct way, and the only way, it does not exist.
    325. You must have chaos within you to give birth to a dancing star.
    326. You say it is the good cause that hallows even war? I say unto you: it is the good war that hallows any cause.

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    Nietszche, enemy

     
  • Virtual Chitchatting 7:14 PM on 2012/09/29 Permalink  

    you cunt escape your nemesis, it’s in your blood 

    a work, not in progress.


    do  you have jewish blood in your gene? Read the talking points of Eagleburger, Arens, Netanyahu, Ariel Sharon, Yitzhak Shamir, Morris Draper

    16.09.1982 talking points of  Eagleburger, Arens, Netanyahu
    17.09.1982 talking points of:

    1. Minister for Foreign Affairs of Israel, Yitzhak Shamir
    2. Minister of Defence of Israel, Ariel Sharon
    3. Y. Ben Meir
    4. D. Kimche
    5. H. Bar-on
    6. Y. Sagi
    7. A. Tamir
    8. E. Rubenstein
    9. A. Shalom
    10. Y. Ben-Aharon
    11. A. Pazner
    12. US Ambassador to Israel, Morris Draper
    13. Flatton
    14. Raines
    15. Scott
     
  • Virtual Chitchatting 1:25 PM on 2012/09/29 Permalink  

    when your closed ones become your ultimate nemesis and arch nemesis 

    Jakarta, 29.09.2012 16.51

    in the heights of intensifying ghostly shadows, i recalled only one name. nemesis.

    1. in Greek word νέμειν [némein], it means to give what is due.
    2. conceived as a remorseless goddess: the goddess of revenge.
    3. appeared before Zeus time
    4. her images look similar to several other goddesses, such as Cybele, Rhea, Demeter and Artemis.
    5. sometimes called by Adrasteia (Adrastia), one from whom there is no escape, following the death of Gallus Caesar.
    6. seen on imperial coinage, mainly under Claudius and Hadrian.
    7. evidence of the belief in an all-powerful Nemesis-Fortuna.
    8. worshipped by a society called Hadrian’s freedman, AD 3.
    9. a less rational, and probably older, concept of deity and its relationshiop to man.

    In early times the representations of Nemesis resembled Aphrodite, who herself sometimes bears the epithet Nemesis.
    Later, as the maiden goddess of proportion and the avenger of crime, she has as attributes a measuring rod (tally stick), a bridle, scales, a sword and a scourge, and rides in a chariot drawn by griffins.
    Nemesis avenges the poor…, the ancient morality of the gift, which has become a principle of justice.

    the other kind of nemesis is arch nemesis, friends from a long time ago with opposing ideologies, out-doing eachother becomes a must necessary.

    • Obi Wan and Darth Vader.
    • Superman and Lex Luthor.
    • Professor Xavier and Magneto.

    In Mesomedes’ poet, early 2nd century CE:

    Nemesis, winged balancer of life,
    dark-faced goddess, daughter of Justice,
    the adamantine bridles that restrain the frivolous insolences of mortals.

    William Ballard 30 Nov 2003:
    NEMESIS was the goddess of indignation and retribution for evil deeds or undeserved good fortune. She was a personification of the resentment aroused in men, -and in the gods-, by other men who committed crimes with apparent impunity, or who had inordinate good fortune. Her name means ‘she who distributes or deals out’.
    Nemesis directed human affairs in such a way as to maintain equilibrium. Happiness and unhappiness were measured out by her, care being taken that happiness was not too frequent or too excessive. If this happened, Nemesis could bring about losses and suffering. As one who checked extravagant favours by Tykhe (Fortune), Nemesis was regarded as an avenging or punishing divinity.
    That goddess Nemesis was a real bitch. A cunt.

    Modern Usage
    Cunt is regarded as the most offensive word which could be heard, above motherfucker and fuck. The cunt term has various other derived uses and, like fuck and its derivatives, has been used mutatis mutandis as noun, pronoun, adjective, participle and other parts of speech. It is used as a simile to express an intense condition of bawdy, belligerent, antagonistic, or drunken behaviour. as described another (or oneself) as behaving ‘like a cunt’. It is a general expletive to show frustration, annoyance or anger, for example “I’ve had a cunt of a day!” and “This is a cunt to finish”.

    In French, cunt means idiot.
    In the US, it is more forceful than bitch. The word is solely used referring to women or a rather feminine man.
    In the UK and Ireland, the word is an insult which can be used for anyone, much akin to calling someone a bastard or wanker.
    In England, Scotland, and Ireland, cuntish or cuntacious means frustrating, awkward, or selfish.
    Cunting is routinely used as an intensifying modifier, much like “fucking”. It can also be used as a slang term for criticism, as in “Did you see the cunting he got for saying that?”
    Cunted can mean to be extremely under the influence of drink and/or drugs.

    Old Usage
    Cunt is related to similar-sounding words such as the Latin cunnus (“vulva”), and its derivatives French con, Spanish coño, and Portuguese cona, or in Persian kun (کون), have not been conclusively demonstrated. Other Latin words related to cunnus are cuneus (“wedge”) and its derivative cunēre (“to fasten with a wedge”, (figurative) “to squeeze in”), leading to English words such as cuneiform (“wedge-shaped”).

    In 1230, it was a factual name for the vulva or vagina. Gropecunt Lane was originally a street of prostitution, a red light district, a street name in London.

    Proverbs of Hendyng, some time before 1325::
    Ȝeue þi cunte to cunnig and craue affetir wedding.
    Give your cunt wisely and make (your) demands after the wedding.

    Francis Grose, 1785: a nasty name for a nasty thing.

    Inga Muscio, Cunt: A Declaration of Independence.
    Eve Ensler, “Reclaiming Cunt” from The Vagina Monologues.
    Angela Carter: her cunt a split fig below the great globes of her buttocks.
    Andrea Dworkin: cunt: our essence … our offence.

    Germaine Greer, Lady, Love Your Cunt.
    Vagina is considered the non-vulgar term of cunt.
    Vagina is a Latin name given by male anatomists for all muscle coverings, meaning “sword-sheath”.
    Cunt has no such meaning, but simply refers to the entire female genitalia.
    Vagina is applied purely to the internal canal.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nemesis_(mythology), 20120929 13:14:20
    http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=nemesis, 20120929 13:19:42
    http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=arch-nemesis, 20120929 13:20:14
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cunt, 20120929 17:53:30
    http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20120726183117AAfpt6p, 20120929 18:12:12

    Ain’t payback is a bitch.
    Wait for my revenge.
    And I shall avenge you.

     
  • Virtual Chitchatting 5:15 PM on 2012/09/26 Permalink  

    How Indonesian Kill Bill charged 

    Irene atau Renny Tupessy. ANTARA/Rosa Panggabean

    http://www.tempo.co/read/news/2012/09/26/064432043/p-Irene-Kill-Bill-Dijerat-Pasal-Pengeroyokan

    Irene ”Kill Bill” Dijerat Pasal Pengeroyokan

    M. ANDI PERDANA, Rabu, 26 September 2012 | 15:07 WIB

    TEMPO.CO, Jakarta – Pengadilan Negeri Jakarta Pusat hari ini, Rabu, 26 September 2012, menggelar sidang perkara pembunuhan dan pengeroyokan di RSPAD Gatot Soebroto dengan terdakwa Renny Tupessy alias Irene “Kill Bill”.

    Jaksa mendakwa Irene melanggar Pasal 170 ayat 2 Nomor 3 KUHP tentang pengeroyokan. Dengan pasal ini, Irene terancam mendapat hukuman penjara maksimal 12 tahun.

    Jaksa penuntut umum, Agus Prastowo, mengatakan Irene memang datang bersama kelompok yang mengeroyok korban. Namun, dia tidak terlibat secara fisik. “Peran (Irene) itu mengantar saja,” ujar Agus saat membacakan surat dakwaan. “Unsur pidananya, Irene menghubungi, membawa massa, dan ikut penyerangan.”

    Kasus pengeroyokan itu terjadi Februari lalu di area kamar mayat RSPAD Gatot Soebroto. Satu orang tewas dan empat luka-luka dalam peristiwa itu. Selain Irene, polisi juga menangkap Gheretes Tamatala, suami Irene, dan delapan kawannya. Mereka disidang secara terpisah di pengadilan yang sama.

    Kuasa hukum Irene, Agus Supriyatna, mengatakan bahwa kliennya akan mengajukan eksepsi.  Majelis hakim yang dipimpin Agus Iskandar memberi waktu satu minggu kepada kubu Irene dan pengacarnya untuk menyusun jawaban atas dakwaan.


    http://www.tempo.co/read/news/2012/05/07/064402129/Wawancara-Irene-Tupessy-Jangan-Ganggu-Keluarga-Saya

    Wawancara Irene Tupessy: Jangan Ganggu Keluarga Saya

    Senin, 07 Mei 2012 | 12:33 WIB

    TEMPO.CO, Jakarta – Penampilannya jauh berbeda dengan saat ia ditangkap di Indramayu, Jawa Barat, 4 Maret lalu. Kala itu, ia terlihat lusuh dan kuyu. Irene Sophia Tupessy, 45 tahun, saat ditemui Tempo di tahanannya di Polres Jakarta Pusat, beberapa pekan lalu, terlihat segar. Alisnya bercelak, wajahnya berlapis bedak, dan rambutnya pun berponi.

    Irene menghadapi tuduhan berat. Ibu enam anak ini, menurut polisi, memimpin puluhan pria yang menyerbu sekelompok orang di rumah duka Rumah Sakit Pusat Angkatan Darat (RSPAD) Gatot Subroto, Jakarta Pusat, pada 23 Februari lalu. Ia diajak Edward Hunok Tupessy alias Edo, kakaknya. Kepada polisi, Irene menyatakan dia membantu Edo. Penyerbuan itu mengakibatkan dua musuh mereka tewas.

    Media menggambarkan Irene bak tokoh utama film Kill Bill yang diperankan Uma Thurman, perempuan jagoan yang selalu membantai musuhnya dengan pedang. Sejumlah saksi menyebutkan, saat “pertempuran” di RSPAD Gatot Subroto, Irene mengacung-acungkan parang yang sebelumnya diselipkan di balik bajunya.

    Irene tumbuh dan besar di Kampung Ambon. Ia bungsu dari enam bersaudara. Saat diwawancarai, Irene didampingi Heriyanto, 38 tahun, suami keduanya. “Jangan hubung-hubungkan kasus ini dengan aktivitas di kampung itu,” katanya kepada wartawan Tempo, Mustafa Silalahi, yang mewawancarainya.

    Benarkah Anda yang memimpin penyerangan di RSPAD Gatot Subroto itu?
    Bukan.

    Tapi Anda berada di sana saat peristiwa itu?
    Iya, karena Edo (kakaknya) yang minta.

    Di berbagai media, Anda disebut sebagai perempuan berpedang yang menyerang membabi-buta. Benar?
    Itu berlebihan. Tidak ada itu!

    Kami mendapat informasi bahwa kakak Anda tertua, Teddy Tupessy, dulu pemimpin Kampung Ambon. Benar?
    Jangan kait-kaitkan dia. Dia sudah meninggal.

    Anda dan kakak Anda dikenal sebagai pengedar narkoba? Benar?
    (Irene menggelengkan kepalanya dengan cepat.)

    Benar Anda punya lapak narkoba di Kampung Ambon?
    (Irene menggeleng.)
    Heriyanto: Itu sebenarnya rumah kontrakan, dan kami tidak tahu digunakan sebagai apa. Irene dan saya disebut sebagai bandar narkoba. Apa iya seorang bandar bisa menunggak SPP anaknya sampai dua bulan? Kalau dulu, kami memang punya lapak.

    Baca wawancara Irene selengkapnya di majalah Tempo pekan ini. http://majalah.tempointeraktif.com//id/arsip/2012/05/07/LU/mbm.20120507.LU139535.id.html

     
  • Virtual Chitchatting 4:37 PM on 2012/09/26 Permalink  

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    Danamon’s Internet Banking: Its Features and Facilities

    How good can it be? Can it beat BCA’s internet banking? Experience it yourself.
    Danamon Online Banking, the latest generation of internet banking, allows you to enjoy internet banking transaction with just 3 clicks and other innovative benefits:
    • Free of charge for SKN/LLG & RTGS transfer transaction (until December 31, 2012).
    • Free of charge for Online transfer – ATM Bersama/ALTO transaction (until September 30, 2012).
    • Flexibility with SMS token besides the hardware token.
    • The first Bank in Indonesia with EV-SSL certification from VeriSign; the Highest standard in the Internet security industry for website identity authentication.
    • Easy registration through any Danamon ATM/Internet.
    The services and support provided are:
    • Account balance enquiry and transaction history
    • Funds transfer within Danamon accounts (same currency) and to other bank’s accounts (Online – ATM Bersama/ALTO, LLG, RTGS – IDR only)
    • Credit Card Payments: Danamon, HSBC, Citibank, ANZ, American Express® Charge Card, BNI, Permata/GE, CIMB Niaga, BCA, Mandiri, Bank Mega, BII, BRI, Standard Chartered, UOB, OCBC NISP, Panin, Bukopin and ICBC
    • Telkom bill payments
    • PLN bill payments
    • Bill payment post paid Cell-phone: Telkomsel, Indosat, XL, 3 and Esia
    • Bill Payment for pay television: Indovision
    • Installment Payment: Oto Multi Artha and Summit Oto Finance
    • Bill Payment for tuition fees: Bina Sarana Informatika
    • Bill Payment for insurance: ADIRA Insurance
    • Online Purchase: DealKeren-livingsocial
    • Cell-phones balance top ups: IM3, Simpati Telkomsel, Mentari, XL, Esia, AS, Flexi, Smartfren and Axis
    • PLN Prepaid Purchase
    • Transaction notifications through SMS and E-mail
    • Online statements (Savings account, Account Statement, Credit Card, American Express® Charge Card)
    How to register:
    A. Online Registration
    1. Select the “Online Registration” menu on the Bank Danamon Internet Banking website (https://www.danamonline.com)
    2. Select the type of card and fill in the data requested by the system
    3. Temporary User ID* will be sent through an e-mail and your temporary Password* will be sent through an SMS
    B. Registration through ATM
    1. Go to “Others” menu and select “Electronic Banking”
    2. Select “Online Banking Registration” menu
    3. Enter your cell-phone number (XL, Telkomsel, Indosat, Telkom Flexi or 3 Hutchison)
    4. Temporary User ID* will be noted on the printed receipt provided by Danamon ATM when you register, and your temporary Password* will be sent through an SMS
    *Temporary User ID and Password must be used within a period of fourteen (14) days. If it exceeds that time, the Customer should reregister to get a new temporary User ID and Password.

    Token Options

    SMS Token
    Token Device
    Definition
    A One-Time Password that serves as a Secret Code sent by the Bank via an SMS to the cell-pbone number you submitted
    A small handheld device that generates and displays a secret code in the form of Challenge Response or One Time Password (OTP)
    Benefits
    Easy to use, the code will be sent to your cell-pnone number
    It can be used anywhere and doesn’t depend on operators signal
    User
    SMS Token is mostly used by active and dynamic customers
    Could be used by customers located in places having low signal strength of cell phone

    To find out more, contact Danamon Access Center 021 3435 8888


    https://www.danamonline.com/onlinebanking/include/id/FundsTxfer/ft_3rdPartyAcctOtherBank_new_ToBeneAccount_info.aspx

    Layanan Transfer ke Bank Lain dari Bank Danamon

    1. LLG/SKN adalah proses transfer dengan tujuan ke rekening bank lain di Indonesia dalam mata uang Rupiah, melalui media Kliring BI atau Bank pelaksana Kliring (non RTGS).
    2. RTGS adalah sistem transfer dana elektronik antar Bank peserta dalam mata uang Rupiah yang dikelola oleh Bank Indonesia untuk kepentingan peserta, Nasabah peserta dan pihak lainnya yang dilakukan secara real time (cepat), aman dan efisien penyelesaiannya.
    3. Transfer Online melalui jaringan ATM Bersama / Alto adalah transfer dana secara online ke bank lain yang termasuk dalam anggota ATM Bersama / Alto melalui suatu perusahaan switching dalam mata uang Rupiah, dimana dana akan diterima secara langsung pada rekening penerima setelah transaksi dikirimkan.

    BANK-BANK ANGGOTA ATM BERSAMA:

    1. BANK NATIONALNOBU
    2. BPD JAWA TENGAH
    3. BANK AGRO NIAGA
    4. BANK NEGARA INDONESIA
    5. BPD JAWA TIMUR
    6. BANK ARTOS INDONESIA
    7. BANK NUSANTARA PARAHIANGAN
    8. BPD KALIMANTAN BARAT
    9. BANK BTPN
    10. BANK OCBC NISP
    11. BPD KALIMANTAN SELATAN
    12. BANK BUKOPIN
    13. BANK PANIN
    14. BPD KALIMANTAN TENGAH
    15. BANK CIMB NIAGA
    16. BANK PERMATA
    17. BPD KALIMANTAN TIMUR
    18. BANK COMMONWEALTH
    19. BANK PUNDI INDONESIA
    20. BPD LAMPUNG
    21. BANK DBS INDONESIA
    22. BANK RAKYAT INDONESIA
    23. BPD MALUKU
    24. BANK DKI
    25. BANK SAUDARA
    26. BPD NUSA TENGGARA BARAT
    27. BANK GANESHA
    28. BANK SINARMAS
    29. BPD NUSA TENGGARA TIMUR
    30. BANK ICB BUMIPUTERA
    31. BANK SWADESI
    32. BPD PAPUA
    33. BANK INA PERDANIA
    34. BANK SYARIAH BRI
    35. BPD RIAU
    36. BANK INDEX SELINDO
    37. BANK SYARIAH MANDIRI
    38. BPD SULAWESI TENGAH
    39. BANK INTERNASIONAL INDONESIA
    40. BANK SYARIAH MEGA INDONESIA
    41. BPD SULAWESI TENGGARA
    42. BANK KESAWAN
    43. BANK TABUNGAN NEGARA
    44. BPD SULAWESI UTARA
    45. BANK KESEJAHTERAAN EKONOMI
    46. BANK UOB INDONESIA
    47. BPD SULSELBAR
    48. BANK MANDIRI
    49. BPD BALI
    50. BPD SUMATERA SELATAN
    51. BANK MAYAPADA
    52. BPD BENGKULU
    53. BPD SUMATERA UTARA
    54. BANK MAYORA
    55. BPD DAERAH ISTIMEWA JOGYAKARTA
    56. CAPITAL IND (CR LYONNAIS)
    57. BANK MEGA
    58. BPD ISTIMEWA ACEH
    59. CITIBANK, NA
    60. BANK MESTIKA DHARMA
    61. BPD JABAR SYARIAH
    62. HSBC
    63. BANK MUAMALAT INDONESIA
    64. BPD JAMBI
    65. RABOBANK INTERNATIONAL IND
    66. BANK MUTIARA
    67. BPD JAWA BARAT
    68. STANDARD CHARTERED BANK
    69. BANK NAGARI
    70. BPR KARYAJATNIKA SADAYA

    BANK-BANK ANGGOTA ALTO:

    1. BANK PERMATA
    2. BANK PANIN
    3. BANK ARTHA GRAHA
    4. RABOBANK INTERNATIONAL IND
    5. BANK NUSANTARA PARAHIANGAN
    6. CITIBANK, NA
    7. BANK HARDA INTERNATIONAL
    8. BANK DBS INDONESIA
    9. BANK SINARMAS
    10. BANK HANA
    11. BPR KARYAJATNIKA SADAYA
    12. BANK AGRIS
    13. CENTRATAMA NASIONAL BANK
     
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