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  • n. a native or inhabitant of Timor
  • adj. of or relating to or characteristic of Timor or its inhabitants

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  • Hey, George, why dont you talk to them about Suharto, the dictator CIA supported and killed about 2 million indonesian and east timorese people, includin children.

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  • This is a forgotten history: the ONLY thing that avoided the Japanese Imperial Army to land ashore in Northern Australia Territory (Darwin) was that they were stopped at East Timor: Australians and timorese fought side by side against the Imperial Army in Timor.

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  • Japan didn't respected Portugal's neutrality during WWII .... many timorese died in the occupation, many women were raped, many atrocities committed, etc ....

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  • It is no use to use people who have no idea what this is all about for peacekeeping operations, or bangladeshi cops teatching timorese how to be good cops.

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