The Latest News in the Solar Energy Memes Saga
Solar energy memes are getting a new life in Indonesia as a result of a crackdown on the solar energy meme community in the country.
According to a report from The Jakarta Post, authorities in the Southeast Asian nation banned the spread of the memes and imposed fines for posting them on social media sites.
The Jakarta Post quoted police spokesperson Aslan Besaras as saying that the ban on the meme community “has not stopped the spread”.
He added that the authorities had also initiated a process to create a special unit to enforce the laws relating to the spread and dissemination of memes.
“We are still in the process of preparing the unit,” he said, referring to the government unit that would deal with the issue.
According, Indonesian media has been reporting that the new law has resulted in the spread across the country of memes depicting the Prophet Mohammed and the Prophet’s wife, Fatima.
The Indonesian government has been pushing the meme movement since at least 2012, with its government officials frequently sharing videos and images of the Prophet Muhammad.
A number of memes have been posted in Indonesia to draw attention to the Prophet Mohammad and Fatima in the aftermath of the March 15 terror attacks in Indonesia.
A popular meme on YouTube depicting a bearded man carrying a Quran with a note reading: “We are all Muslims.
Let’s fight together to create our paradise.”
It also featured a picture of a bearded, bearded man who was holding a Quran and a note that read: “No one can stop us from reaching the heavens.
Let us fight together, and together we will conquer the world.”
According to The Jakarta Times, the government also launched an initiative to “disrupt the global meme economy” to counter the memes.
According the report, the ban has led to a spike in the number of “meme-related cases” filed against Indonesian people, particularly those involved in the global viral marketing.
While it was not immediately clear whether the Indonesian government had imposed the ban as a means of curbing the meme meme community, it was known that the government was “taking measures” to “prevent further spreading of memes”, the report added.
Indonesia’s government has yet to comment on the report.