President Jokowi: Time Capsule Monument Has Spirit of Avengers
President Joko Jokowi Widodo inaugurated the Time Capsule Monument – which contained seven dreams of the nations children from 34 provinces – on the eastern tip of Indonesia, Merauke, Papua Province, Friday (16/11).
So, later in 2085, it will be opened by our successors. Can we make those seven big dreams come true? So, this is not just an ordinary monument. This is our shared dream monument, the President said.
The President explained that in order to be read and lasted for decades, the seven dreams are put in a very futuristic capsule. I follow the news on social media that many people say it looks more like the Avengers headquarters, which is also very futuristic, said the President.
The monument, the President continued, has the same soul and spirit as the Avengers.
They do not only have big dreams but take a great action to protect the people, the weak. Similarly, through this monument, we do not only put our dreams as a great nation, but we will work hard, work together, strive to realize that big dreams, the President said.
The seven dreams are as follows:
- Indonesian human resources intelligence surpasses other nations in the world;
- Indonesian society upholds pluralism, culture, ethical values, and is religious;
- Indonesia as a center of education, technology, and world civilization;
- Indonesian Government apparatus and the public are free from corrupt behavior;
- Infrastructure development that is evenly distributed throughout Indonesia;
- Indonesia is an independent country and the most influential country in the Asia Pacific;
- Indonesia as a barometer of world economic growth.
Also accompanying the President and First Lady Ibu Iriana were Coordinating Minister for Maritime Affairs Luhut Binsar Pandjaitan, Minister of Public Works and Public Housing Basuki Hadimuljono, Minister of State Secretary Pratikno, the Indonesian National Police (Polri) Chief Tito Karnavian, the Indonesian National Defense Forces (TNI) Commander Hadi Tjahjanto, West Papua Governor Lukas Enembe, and Merauke Regent Frederikus Gebze. (Bureau of Press, Media, &Information of Presidential Secretariat/ES).
Translated by: Muhardi
Edited by: Mia Medyana B.