Indonesian Freethinker Bayu Angora Against Intolerance Through Satirical Style

Bigotry and intolerance are among the most sensitive issues people are debating about across the globe. Indonesian blogger and freethinker Bayu Angora actively expresses that he is against bigotry and intolerance.

July 9, 2019 /MarketersMedia/ —

Bayu Angora, a passionate blogger and freethinker based in Indonesia, actively expresses his stance against bigotry and intolerance. While the Indonesian blogger appreciates the diversity when it comes to culture, social, politics, and religion, other people express their intolerance towards others through inhumane words and actions.

The behavior related to bigotry and intolerance often stems from insecurities and ignorance which may lead to demonstrating their disfavor by belittling other people due to their different religious beliefs, social standing, sexual orientation, physical background, and cultural background. As Bayu Angora speak up against religion radicalism and intolerance, he looks forward that everyone would be become more sensitive and learn to respect others whom they find different from them.

Apart from writing and blogging, Bayu Angora also works as a designer and moderator at WordPress Indonesia. The blogger owns a website which is filled with an attractive design and great content and known to be high-speed loading. The site is also equipped with grade A+ website optimization checker. These qualities of the website made it possible for him to receive different creative awards. Using his website, along with social media, Bayu Angora displays his writing skills about things that express satirical and sarcasm.

Bayu Angora also has enthusiasm in art and music which led him to create his own band popularly known as Aspyrynth. Being part of an instrumental band, Angora creatively showcased music with contemplative style. In Bayu Angora’s website, people can find a music tagline that says, “Aspyrynth was born by art travelers who lost in a magical oasis. There is a poem without words, only blessed people will be lost there. Just play the music and enjoy the magical music sensation.”

Way back in Indonesian School of Arts (ISBI) Bandung, West Java - Indonesia, Bayu Angora studied about art and culture where all his visual artwork were exhibited in different art events in several countries, including Italy, Hungary, Brazil, Netherlands, Uruguay, Romania, Spain, Turkey, Indonesia, Singapore and more. All his art journey and experience can be seen by visiting his website.

Bayu Angora aims to spread peace and love across the world through his satirical and sarcasm style. He also wants to educate people that they should not fear speaking up against bigotry and intolerance.

About Bayu Angora:

Bayu Angora is a well-known freethinker, blogger, designer, moderator, musician, and visual artist who promotes that there is no need to be afraid of being against bigotry and intolerance. Through his writing skills and website, he encourages people to eliminate their fear about the particular issue for them to have live in an open-minded community.

For more details about the works of Bayu Angora, please email at or visit his website and

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