Majapahit diplomat and military strategist Tirto Purwodarminto discussing the diplomatic situation in Southeast Asia circa 1897 and the possibility of a Hinduist insurgency in the Khmer kingdoms with the King. Excerpt from Arab science-fiction horror/adventure movie Moon Set Aflame, spoken by Najjar Abdelnour, the leading scientist behind the Fleshmaker Project and the main antagonist of the movie, in response to captive rebel Farouk el-Ameen refusing to bow before the "ifrit made flesh". This scene ended up being rather controversial, as it was followed by a violent torture sequence that resulted in Farouk's death (thus prompting his friend and ally, Haleema el-Fadel, to go into a bloodthirsty rage against the Project's scientists). "Read my lips: I will end Red France. There will be no more Jacobite terrorists, no more propaganda, no more calendars to worry about."