Tuesday, December 22, 2009

Mahathir 666 & My 999

Mahathir 666 & My 999


Mahathir 666 & My 999

Posted: 22 Dec 2009 01:24 PM PST

This blog has nothing to do with 69, no porn, not even erotic.

This blog is spammed to archive one distinguished article on Mahathir by one Pak Bui @ Hornbill Unleashed.

Sorry, Hornbill Unleashed. I love your article so much so that I must plagiarize it. I'd donate something to you when my website makes some money, okay? So far, no luck lah, everyone boycott me because choose to remain neutral.

I think in Malaysia, neautrality sure die one lah.

Anyway, 666 denotes the darkness, the evil ... Satan! 999 is this blog, it's incidentally the Number 999 blogs at http://thextalks.blogspot.com/. (there mauts be another few hundreds @ theXstories and prior to that @ BolehTalk (which is now Annexed by machai of Rajib, KTemoc).

So, that's all the written garbage I have created in the blogosphere lah. I intend to retire soon, so no worry, all you kaki bodek of Madey, Rajib, Ah Siang, Hardy, Macho Nuar etc. Don't worry, I'd soon die. It's for me to move on, I have failed to instigfate a revolution and Malaysia will soon meet her Maker. Ameen.



As far as I am concerned, the $100B by the Bain fello is for sure a gross understatemnet. But hey, he gotta say the least just so not to invite wrath from the Pharoah, right. And you did a good job by stating the more realist figures, but still not good enough because the truth is he has pocketed God knows how much? I say at least $250B in his piggy bank lah.

Now it looks like many will be sued ... Bain, MalaysiaKini, Lim Kit Siang, you and now, me. What to do? Itchy mouth lah ...Happy Holidays!

Three jeers for Mahathir

Filed under: Politics — hornbillunleashed @ 12:01 AM

By Pak Bui

Hornbill Unleashed writers detest character assassination and name-calling. We prefer trying to shed what light we can on Malaysian society and politics, rather than slinging insults at public figures.
Knowing the good is doing the good, we argue, paying heed to the words Socrates spoke 2,400 years ago. The only good is knowledge and the only evil is ignorance, we remember.
So we will not immerse ourselves in the torrent of virtual curses hurled at Mahathir Mohamad in blogs and internet chat-rooms. I would argue that whatever evil Malaysia's fourth Prime Minister has done, during and after the long winter of his reign, does not spring from some demonic possession, but from ignorance.
A friend and mentor was one of Mahathir's victims in the 'Operation Lalang' Internal Security Act (ISA) sweep in 1987. He suffered unspeakable pain and humiliation in solitary confinement in Kamunting for two dark months. My friend, an intelligent and humane social activist, left prison scarred for life.

When my friend was set free, he had nothing but bitter words for Mahathir. He looked forward to the day of Mahathir's death. He hated the cynicism and cruelty shown during Mahathir's crackdown on teachers, environmentalists, clerics and politicians.
Mahathir had 106 leading Malaysians arrested, torn from their families and tortured, to keep alive his desire for power, and for his distorted, racist agenda.
Mahathir accelerated the decline of Malaysia's institutions and political life.
And according to a new book by an Asian Wall Street Journal editor-turned-academic, Barry Wain, Mahathir wasted RM100 billion of Malaysia's money on financial disasters.
Just to jog your memory: Malaysia lost a huge chunk of our children's inheritance on:
•       Maminco's fumbled manipulation of global tin prices on the London Commodity Exchange,
•       Bank Negara's cack-handed gamble on foreign exchange,
•       Bank Bumi's two looting frenzies, and the Co-operative Central Bank's asset stripping,
•       Perwaja Steel's demolition,
•       Proton's 'good money thrown after bad',
•       Rafidah Aziz and chums' Approved Permits for car imports,
•       Tajudin Ramli's Malaysia Airlines bail-out,
•       Malaysian International Shipping Corporation's rescue of Mirzan Mahathir's Konsortium Perkapalan sinking ship,      allowing Mahathir's son to re-invent himself as a San Miguel beer baron,
•       Umno and United Engineers' highway toll robberies,
•       Faber's and Tongkah's Hospital Support Services privatisation scam, and the proliferation of private hospitals, eating away at one of the developing world's best health care systems,
•       White mammoths like Putrajaya, the Formula One circuit, the KLIA, the Petronas twin towers, the Bakun Dam, and
•       Crooked cronies' parasitic depletion of Petronas and the EPF.
Phew, take a breath.
The figure of RM100 billion wasted was a gross underestimate. There was far more haemorrhaging, thanks to the good doctor, than the guesstimate by Barry Wain.
Malaysia lost some of our best talent to rich countries like Singapore, Australia and Britain through mass emigration, a process described as "passive resistance" by the eloquent Farish Noor in his blog The Other Malaysia.
Investor confidence, and foreign direct investment, spiraled downwards because of Mahathir's ranting, and because of the crippled bureaucracy, the pervasive kleptocracy and the loss of 'human resources' to other nations. Racist policies, corruption and ethnic hatred spread like black weeds during Mahathir's tenure.
Still, money lost can be earned back, with hard work. Malaysia's economy can pick itself up in future, if it can eventually draw Mahathir's poison.
But our political institutions, our race relations, our education of the young – and our very confidence as a nation – have all suffered under Mahathir, continuing the grim legacy of his predecessor Razak.
These injuries will take far more effort and time to repair, than the time taken for economic restructuring.
Life after Mahathir
Mahathir is only human: he has come and he will go. He is, after all, not a demi-god, nor is he some kind of titan. He is only human, a tool of history.
His long stretch in power, and his proud record of never having lost the two-thirds Parliamentary majority, point more to weaknesses inherent in our political society, than to some superhuman prowess on his part.
Were most Malaysian voters not responsible, thanks to our racial prejudices, for keeping him in power from 1981 to 2003? And were most Malaysian voters not complicit with him, in averting our eyes from his misdeeds, when the Malaysian economy picked up in the early 1990s? Those who voted with their feet and moved abroad, in that most passive form of "resistance", helped keep him in power too, just as surely as many of those voters who stayed behind.
So Mahathir's contempt for civil liberty and perversion of national institutions live on to this day. For instance, Barry Wain's book has been held up in Port Klang by Customs officials, presumably because there is some antipathy among some of Malaysia's new political masters towards this unflattering portrait of their mentor Mahathir.
Indeed, his financial scandals live on too. The Port Klang Free Zone scandal, dating from 2002, has outlived Mahathir's rule, and continues to plague Malaysia. There is no end in sight, unless we vote in a new government.
But a change in the federal government looks only marginally closer than it did during the Mahathir era, despite the gains we made on March 8 last year.
Similarly, the chokehold on Sarawak's government and economy by our own Little Tyrant and First Family remains as strong as it was during Mahathir's time, when Mahathir propped up our Little Tyrant against challenges from all comers. No change in our state government looks likely either.
Pragmatic Malaysian voters look set to support Najib's cock-eyed 1Malaysia politico-babble, and continue to keep the Barisan in power, especially if the economy improves as expected in the next three years.
Mahathir will be judged by history, with more objective eyes than our own.  And so will we. We are Mahathir's compatriots. Among the voting public, many of us remain accomplices to his miserable legacy.
The way we vote in the coming elections will be judged based on our growing awareness of the rotten state of Malaysia, thanks to the internet.
After all, to know the good is to do the good.


Muhyiddin, Get Ready To Be PM # 8

Posted: 22 Dec 2009 01:27 PM PST

Get ready to be installed as Malaysia #8 PM because Rajib Pondan has just been checkmated (with "Engine In Brazil" and "Royal Commission Me lah".



Jet Engine Theft Suspect

It looks like he is a already a goner. Yes, unless Rosie alreday has a solid plan to BBQ the alligator right away, he is fcuked, actually, forever fcuked!

Dr Sapien says: 

Real Boss does strategic things to have maximum yield and impact, only fool tries to please everyone including @sshole that is clearly a liability!

Believe me, the only way to reign supreme is to maim your kind. Everyone with brain bigger than a pea also knows why your Uncle can yield so much power during his reign. It's not because he is smart, it's just because he is mean.

His key mistakes is he fcuked people to much and too directly and he choose to go the path of Saddam Hussein, but he has no ball. So, I wonder how will he die? I think chances are good his family will have to pay for his sins .. Sad.

If I have underestimated you, then forget about Royal Commission. BBQ is the way forward, not slow-cooking like stewing etc. Don't believe me, ask your subjects, do they want the fragrant satay skewers that can be smoked ready in a few minutes? Or do they prefer some messy, slimy, mushy shit looking pot of slow-cooked stew? Let's say they can have only choose either one ..

Unless there is something strategic coming out from Rajib, I'd start to bodek Muhyiddin or Zaid Ibrahim (you never know).

Live with that, I am a fine example why Homo Sapiens can survive until today.


Muhyiddin, Get Ready To Be The New PM!

Posted: 22 Dec 2009 10:36 AM PST

Attention Muhyiddin son of Yassin,


Get ready to be installed as Malaysia #8 PM because Rajib Pondan has just been checkmated (with "Engine In Brazil" and "Royal Commission Me lah".


It looks like he is a already a goner. Yes, unless Rosie alreday has a solid plan to BBQ the alligator right away, he is fcuked, actually, forever fcuked!

Dr Sapien says: 

<<< Jet Engine Theft Suspect


Real Boss does strategic things to have maximum yield and impact, only fool tries to please everyone including @sshole that is clearly a liability!

Believe me, the only way to reign supreme is to maim your kind. Everyone with brain bigger than a pea also knows why your Uncle can yield so much power during his reign. It's not because he is smart, it's just because he is mean. 

His key mistakes is he fcuked people to much and too directly and he choose to go the path of Saddam Hussein, but he has no ball. So, I wonder how will he die? I think chances are good his family will have to pay for his sins .. Sad.


If I have underestimated you, then forget about Royal Commission. BBQ is the way forward, not slow-cooking like stewing etc.  Don't believe me, ask your subjects, do they want the fragrant satay skewers that can be smoked ready in a few minutes? Or do they prefer some messy, slimy, mushy shit looking pot of slow-cooked stew? Let's  say they can have only choose either one ..


Unless there is something strategic coming out from Rajib, I'd start to bodek Muhyiddin or Zaid Ibrahim (you never know). 

Live with that, I am a fine example why Homo Sapiens can survive until today.


Three jeers for Mahathir

Posted: 22 Dec 2009 08:01 AM PST


By Pak Bui

Hornbill Unleashed writers detest character assassination and name-calling. We prefer trying to shed what light we can on Malaysian society and politics, rather than slinging insults at public figures.

Knowing the good is doing the good, we argue, paying heed to the words Socrates spoke 2,400 years ago. The only good is knowledge and the only evil is ignorance, we remember.

So we will not immerse ourselves in the torrent of virtual curses hurled at Mahathir Mohamad in blogs and internet chat-rooms. I would argue that whatever evil Malaysia's fourth Prime Minister has done, during and after the long winter of his reign, does not spring from some demonic possession, but from ignorance.

A friend and mentor was one of Mahathir's victims in the 'Operation Lalang' Internal Security Act (ISA) sweep in 1987. He suffered unspeakable pain and humiliation in solitary confinement in Kamunting for two dark months. My friend, an intelligent and humane social activist, left prison scarred for life.

When my friend was set free, he had nothing but bitter words for Mahathir. He looked forward to the day of Mahathir's death. He hated the cynicism and cruelty shown during Mahathir's crackdown on teachers, environmentalists, clerics and politicians.

Mahathir had 106 leading Malaysians arrested, torn from their families and tortured, to keep alive his desire for power, and for his distorted, racist agenda.

Mahathir accelerated the decline of Malaysia's institutions and political life.

And according to a new book by an Asian Wall Street Journal editor-turned-academic, Barry Wain, Mahathir wasted RM100 billion of Malaysia's money on financial disasters.

Just to jog your memory: Malaysia lost a huge chunk of our children's inheritance on:
•       Maminco's fumbled manipulation of global tin prices on the London Commodity Exchange,
•       Bank Negara's cack-handed gamble on foreign exchange,
•       Bank Bumi's two looting frenzies, and the Co-operative Central Bank's asset stripping,
•       Perwaja Steel's demolition,
•       Proton's 'good money thrown after bad',
•       Rafidah Aziz and chums' Approved Permits for car imports,
•       Tajudin Ramli's Malaysia Airlines bail-out,
•       Malaysian International Shipping Corporation's rescue of Mirzan Mahathir's Konsortium Perkapalan sinking ship,      allowing Mahathir's son to re-invent himself as a San Miguel beer baron,
•       Umno and United Engineers' highway toll robberies,
•       Faber's and Tongkah's Hospital Support Services privatisation scam, and the proliferation of private hospitals, eating away at one of the developing world's best health care systems,
•       White mammoths like Putrajaya, the Formula One circuit, the KLIA, the Petronas twin towers, the Bakun Dam, and
•       Crooked cronies' parasitic depletion of Petronas and the EPF.

Phew, take a breath.

The figure of RM100 billion wasted was a gross underestimate. There was far more haemorrhaging, thanks to the good doctor, than the guesstimate by Barry Wain.

Malaysia lost some of our best talent to rich countries like Singapore, Australia and Britain through mass emigration, a process described as "passive resistance" by the eloquent Farish Noor in his blog The Other Malaysia.

Investor confidence, and foreign direct investment, spiraled downwards because of Mahathir's ranting, and because of the crippled bureaucracy, the pervasive kleptocracy and the loss of 'human resources' to other nations. Racist policies, corruption and ethnic hatred spread like black weeds during Mahathir's tenure.

Still, money lost can be earned back, with hard work. Malaysia's economy can pick itself up in future, if it can eventually draw Mahathir's poison.

But our political institutions, our race relations, our education of the young – and our very confidence as a nation – have all suffered under Mahathir, continuing the grim legacy of his predecessor Razak.

These injuries will take far more effort and time to repair, than the time taken for economic restructuring.

Life after Mahathir

Mahathir is only human: he has come and he will go. He is, after all, not a demi-god, nor is he some kind of titan. He is only human, a tool of history.

His long stretch in power, and his proud record of never having lost the two-thirds Parliamentary majority, point more to weaknesses inherent in our political society, than to some superhuman prowess on his part.

Were most Malaysian voters not responsible, thanks to our racial prejudices, for keeping him in power from 1981 to 2003? And were most Malaysian voters not complicit with him, in averting our eyes from his misdeeds, when the Malaysian economy picked up in the early 1990s? Those who voted with their feet and moved abroad, in that most passive form of "resistance", helped keep him in power too, just as surely as many of those voters who stayed behind.

So Mahathir's contempt for civil liberty and perversion of national institutions live on to this day. For instance, Barry Wain's book has been held up in Port Klang by Customs officials, presumably because there is some antipathy among some of Malaysia's new political masters towards this unflattering portrait of their mentor Mahathir.

Indeed, his financial scandals live on too. The Port Klang Free Zone scandal, dating from 2002, has outlived Mahathir's rule, and continues to plague Malaysia. There is no end in sight, unless we vote in a new government.

But a change in the federal government looks only marginally closer than it did during the Mahathir era, despite the gains we made on March 8 last year.
Similarly, the chokehold on Sarawak's government and economy by our own Little Tyrant and First Family remains as strong as it was during Mahathir's time, when Mahathir propped up our Little Tyrant against challenges from all comers. No change in our state government looks likely either.

Pragmatic Malaysian voters look set to support Najib's cock-eyed 1Malaysia politico-babble, and continue to keep the Barisan in power, especially if the economy improves as expected in the next three years.

Mahathir will be judged by history, with more objective eyes than our own.  And so will we. We are Mahathir's compatriots. Among the voting public, many of us remain accomplices to his miserable legacy.

The way we vote in the coming elections will be judged based on our growing awareness of the rotten state of Malaysia, thanks to the internet.

After all, to know the good is to do the good.

Posted in Politics Tagged: Anak Sarawak Bangsa Malaysia, Barisan Nasional, Mahathir, Malaysia Politics, Pak Bui, Save Sarawak


Rosmah has no time for lies, gossip

Posted: 22 Dec 2009 12:44 AM PST

An attempt by Malaysiakini to quiz the prime minister's wife on allegations against her brought Rosmah Mansor's press conference to an abrupt halt. malaysiakini.com
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Policy in place, next stop Putrajaya - part 2

Posted: 22 Dec 2009 12:38 AM PST

The fledgling Pakatan Rakyat coalition today recorded its latest milestone with the unveiling of a tripartite common platform at its first national convention today.
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Policy in place, next stop Putrajaya - part 1

Posted: 22 Dec 2009 12:33 AM PST

The fledgling Pakatan Rakyat coalition today recorded its latest milestone with the unveiling of a tripartite common platform at its first national convention today.
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Muallaf hits Malaysian cinema

Posted: 21 Dec 2009 07:54 PM PST

The film Malaysia has been waiting for, Muallaf is set to make its way into Malaysian cinemas on 24 December 2009. Directed by the late Yasmin Ahmad, Muallaf tells the story of two sisters, Rohani and Rohana, who ran away from home to escape their wealthy father's mistreatment. They find refuge in a small town where they get to know Brian Goh, a young Catholic schoolteacher. The heart-wrenching tale of love, forgiveness and religious tolerance told through "Muallaf" has been well received in ...
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Mkini, Kit Siang, move a side this taxidriver is going to drag MAHATIR BE summon by Supreme Court to appear and defend his USE OF ISA to silence his opposition

Posted: 22 Dec 2009 06:03 AM PST


Dec 22, 09 6:46PM
The former premier has 'reserved the right' to sue author Barry Wain, opposition leader Lim Kit Siang and online news daily Malaysiakini for defamation.

Mahathir was born on 10 July 1925, in Alor Star, the capital of the northern state of Kedah,[8] the youngest of nine children[9] of a schoolteacher and a housewife. His father, Mohamad Iskandar, was of half-Indian origin, being the son of a Malayalee Muslim (who migrated from Kerala) and a Malay mother, while Mahathir's own mother, Wan Tampawan, was Malay
Appears that the former premier need for self-esteem satisfaction is so high and supercedes all other considerations. He cares nothing for the impact of his behavior and actions, on others – everybody else is just collateral and can be damaged if needed (sounds just like Bush).Its all about his success, his reputation, perceptions of him, only he is right etc… – our course at your cost (you are simply collateral)
Voicefrom the streetDo not be misled by mere change in name. Our democracy is modelled along British parliamentsry democracy but we end up with dictatorship /totaitarian system of GUIDED DEMOCRACY as represented by the Mahahir regime and pepectuated by the present government. We try to model our Anti-corruption Agency along the HONGKONG Independent CAC but may end up with a GUIDED Commission that may not be so independent.It can be MODIFIED to suit the POLTITICAL needs and demands and conditions of the RULING ELITE WITH VESTED INTERESTS. A CHANGE IN NAME WITHOUT A CHANGE IN SUSTANCE IS A MERE ILLUSION TO HOODWINK THE RAKYAT. IT MAY BE WELL-PLANNED SYSTEM TO PROTECT AND PRESERVE THE HIGHLY CORRUPTED LEGALLY USING OUR OWN GUIDED 'SYSTEM OF RULE OF LAW'
hich government linked bank is this?
Make the official apologise in public.
Remember the hue and cry sometime back when an official of a bank or other organisation told his staff not to wish 'Happy Diwali' to customers Other 'orang asing' also want to 'follow' Samy Vellu. In fact, they want to be 'in front' of him. But those UMNO 'tuans' would not let them 'steal' along with them and Samy Vellu. Samy Vellu's MIC Communication Team told their 'tuans' that if all orang asing steal like them, then who are they going to steal from? Let them make the mountain so that we can turn it into a molehill, they point out.
The 'tuans' concurred and thus declared that the other orang asing do not have that 'special right' to steal and should only work, pay and then squat. Nobody is more human and nobody is less human. Everybody has the right to exist in this country and/or this planet!
UMNOPUtra says:
"You Orang Asing, orang cina dan orang india must be grateful to us. Not only because we call you orang asing but because we let you stay in Malaysia. We give you citizenship. Otherwise we will take it away from you.
Don't question our Malay right. We are supreme to all of you. We are tuan, and you orang asing are orang hamba. How we treat you, it is our prerogative. You orang niasing has never been gratefull to all of us.
We give you goverment project so that you can build your PVC, bricks and cement factory. We let you all build your business here. Because we, UMNOPutras are TUAN. We don't have to do anything except to collect rent from you all. If we are not happy with you orang niasing, we will shout HIDUP! MELAYU! HIDUP! ISLAM!. YOU ORANG BALIK CHINA DAN INDIA. INI TANAH MELAYU. "
ANd that is why, the Malays never progress.

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THE NEW GENERATION OF MALAYSIANS WANT A PEACEFUL INTERPRETATION OF HISTORY – ONE THAT WILL NOT CONTINUE TO BLAME THIS OR THAT GROUP FOR THIS OR THAT ENGINEERED AND WELL-CRAFTED CONFLICTS SEEN AS FACTUAL, OBJECTIVE AND OFFICIAL NARRATIONS OF MALAYSIAN HISTORY."MAN HAS NO NATURE… WHAT HE HAS IS HISTORY," WRITES THE SPANISH PHILOSOPHER ORTEGA Y GASSETT.BUT WHOSE HISTORY MUST MAN LEARN? WHOSE CONSTRUCTION OF HISTORY MUST WE CRAFT AS OFFICIAL KNOWLEDGE? WHAT IS THE CONCEPTION OF HUMAN NATURE MUST WE HOLD IN WRITING ABOUT HISTORY? THERE ARE NO HISTORICAL 'FACTS'. THE TERM ITSELF IS AN OXYMORON AND A CONTRADICTION. THERE ARE ONLY SELECTED MEMORIES WE PURSUE OUT OF OUR IDEOLOGICAL BIASES. UNDERLYING THE SELECTION PROCESS LIE THE ACT OF HISTORICISING AND THE BASE AND SUPERSTRUCTURE THAT SHAPE THE MANNER HISTORY IS WRITTEN. THE MODERN STATE – THE 'NECESSARY EVIL'- DICTATES THE IDEOLOGY OF HISTORICISING; THUS THE MAXIM "WINNERS WRITE HISTORY, LOSERS WRITE POETRY OR STUDY ANTHROPOLOGY"-THE MUSLIM786 MALAYSIA

CAN MAHATIR BE summon by Supreme Court to appear and defend his USE OF ISA to silence his political opponents Pervez Musharraf wasn't expectingthe summons the summons on Wednesday by Pakistan's Supreme Court to appear later this month and defend his November 2007 imposition of a state of emergency

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We must value our stability because it has made it possible for this country to develop much faster than other countries.the malaysian dictator, mahathir, under the growing burden of corruption and cronyism, conspired to halt the march of freedom. in order to build his fraudulent case against anwar, mahathir himself ordered my arrest read this exclusive story by this taxidriver Those make an appearance.are great sinner's to islam Mahathir? holy ghost ulterior motifsnub Umno-flavored international Islamic conference

MAHARACIALTIR,I DID FOR MY RACE MALAY,AGAINST A MALAY(FAKE CHARGES) FOR THE MALAYS SODOMY IS FAMOUS WORDWIDE related article

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17, 2009

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17, 2009

Dictatorship system of Guided judiciary Diverse interpretations of conspiracy special relish for transparency and judicial accountability.

Everyone knows Pattail got promoted to AG
For his role in Anwar's case for sodomy
Mahatir purposely brought him
To stop and kill Anwar Ibrahim
They now trying to do the same scenario
Najib, Musa, Patel, bastards, the trio
Trying, again to do it all over
But round one went to Anwar's favour
The judges have become brave and daring
Saying enough is enough to your raping
Of the court and the judiciary
With your repeated cases of sodomy
Do not be misled by mere change in name. Our democracy is modelled along British parliamentsry democracy but we end up with dictatorship /totaitarian system of GUIDED DEMOCRACY as represented by the Mahahir regime and pepectuated by the present government. We try to model our Anti-corruption Agency along the HONGKONG Independent CAC but may end up with a GUIDED Commission that may not be so independent.It can be MODIFIED to suit the POLTITICAL needs and demands and conditions of the RULING ELITE WITH VESTED INTERESTS. A CHANGE IN NAME WITHOUT A CHANGE IN SUSTANCE IS A MERE ILLUSION TO HOODWINK THE RAKYAT. IT MAY BE WELL-PLANNED SYSTEM TO PROTECT AND PRESERVE THE HIGHLY CORRUPTED LEGALLY USING OUR OWN GUIDED 'SYSTEM OF RULE OF LAW'
On February 10, the Supreme Court threw out yet another petition seeking to reinstate L K Advani as an accused in the trial of the conspiracy to demolish Babri Masjid. This is despite a host of circumstances pointing to the probability of Advani, NDA's prime ministerial candidate in the upcoming election, being involved in the conspiracy. Not the least of which was his notorious rath yatra in the run-up to the demolition. And the testimony of the IPS officer in charge of his security, Anju Gupta, stating that his speech on the spot minutes before the demolition had added fuel to the fire.
On February 13, in the first of the Nithari serial killing cases to be decided, a trial court pronounced death sentence on Moninder Singh Pandher for a murder that took place when he was far away in Australia. And for the murder of a girl who he did not even know. As the prosecution admitted, there was no evidence to suggest that it was at Pandher's instance that his servant Surender Koli had raped and killed 14-year-old Rimpa Haldar, the victim who lived in a slum near his house. Yet, Pandher was held to be a conspirator mainly because his sexual profligacy was found to have brought out depravity in his servant.
The two interpretations of criminal conspiracy could not have been more different: ultra liberal in the case of Advani and stretched in the case of Pandher. Neither interpretation seems justified in the given facts and circumstances. Both the interpretations raise questions about the rigor and detachment with which the judiciary at all levels performs its job.
Judges have their inscrutable reasons
Manoj Mitta
We just don't seem to get it. The normal standards of accountability don't apply to judges. We are unable to grasp their argument that, much as it is desirable in other institutions, transparency in the judiciary will compromise its independence, a larger constitutional value. Hence, we persist with the folly of expecting judges to be swept away by the wave of transparency triggered by RTI.
This is evident from the two latest attacks on judges on July 17. First, this incorrigible sceptic, Prashant Bhushan, mobilised a statement from 25 eminent citizens denouncing a proposed Bill, which prohibits the declarations of assets made by judges to their respective chiefs from being made public. The statement fails to appreciate Law Minister Veerappa Moily's sensitivity in coming up with a draft that reflects a consensus among judges. As if that were not bad enough, the statement is cheeky enough to suggest that, following the example of their American counterparts, our Lordships too should be transparent about their assets so that we could point out any "unusual accretion" or "false declaration".
But it is not just civil society that is being irreverent to judges. For, the same day, just before shutting for the weekend, the Central Information Commission (CIC) released an order where it repeated its folly of trying to bring the Chief Justice of India under the ambit of RTI. It once again demolished the CJI's position that he need not disclose any information lying in his custody as he was independent and distinct from the Supreme Court, which is a public authority under RTI.
It may be recalled that when CJI K G Balakrishnan had first taken this view about a year ago, it was very much in the context of declarations of assets. Since those declarations were in his custody, the CJI held then that the Supreme Court registry would not entertain any RTI queries concerning them. Yet, in its latest order in another case, the CIC defied the CJI saying, "The institution and its head cannot be two distinct Public Authorities. They are one and the same. Information, therefore, available with the Chief Justice of India must be deemed to be available with the Supreme Court of India."
Like us, the CIC too doesn't seem to get it. The general logic doesn't apply to judges. When others take refuge in opacity, we are justified in suspecting that they are hiding corruption. But when judges wrap themselves in a veil of secrecy, we have to take it that they are actually doing so for our good, so that they are not distracted by allegations of corruption against themselves.
One way of coming to terms with this distinction is to re-adopt the outdated notion that king could do no wrong. Going by his logic, Justice Balakrishnan does seem to suggest some such blanket immunity to judges. If some judge has made an unusual accretion to his assets or has made a false declaration of them, it should be no cause for concern to us, the consumers of justice. It's time we realised that judges have their inscrutable reasons. We should just be grateful to them for whatever justice they dispense to us, in their magnanimity and in their good time. Don't bring the notions of accountability and transparency into this one-of-a-kind relationship.
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Attorney General Gani Patail statement on the inquiry on the death of Te0h Beng Hock
THE purpose of an inquiry under the Criminal Procedure Code is to inquire when, where, how and after what manner the deceased came by his death and also whether any person is criminally concerned in the cause of such death.
This has been lucidly reiterated in Re: Loh Kah Kheng (1990) 2 MLJ 126 Dzaiddin J (the former Lord President when he then was), which held: "It must be remembered that the function of a magistrate holding an inquiry under Chapter XXXII of the CPC is to inquire, when, where, how and after what manner the deceased came by his death and also whether any person is criminally concerned in the cause of such death (Section 337).
"The 'cause of death' is defined under Section 328 to include not only the apparent cause of death as ascertainable by inspection or post-mortem examination of the body of the deceased, but all matters necessary to enable an opinion to be formed as to the manner in which the deceased came by his death and as whether the death resulted in any way from, or was accelerated by any unlawful act or omission on the part of any other person.
"Hence, the magistrate holds an inquiry by examining witnesses on oath and while usually following the ordinary rules of evidence, he may admit any evidence which he thinks fit, especially hearsay evidence. His duty is to ascertain the cause of death and he is not bound to follow the usual procedure of law courts."
Under Section 333 of the Criminal Procedure Code a magistrate can dispense with an inquiry if he is satisfied of the cause of death but in all other causes it is mandatory for the magistrate to hold an inquiry, more so in cases of this nature which involves sudden death. Holding a similar inquiry by the royal commission would be duplicitous in such instance.
In the case of Teoh Beng Hock, I have acted under Section 339 (1) of the Criminal Procedure Code to direct the magistrate to hold an inquiry into the cause of and the circumstances connected with the death of Teoh Beng Hock and the magistrate is duty bound to hold an inquiry. Hence, it is undoubtedly clear that the adequate recourse and appropriate venue are provided by the law for cases of this nature.
In addition, the government has decided to set up a Royal Commission of Inquiry. The functions of this royal commission must not be confused with an inquiry under the Criminal Procedure Code. Section 2 of the Commissions of Enquiry Act 1950 clearly makes reference to the inquiry into the conduct and management of government officers and departments or for the public welfare.
Welfare is defined in The New Shorter Oxford English Dictionary as "happiness, well-being, good health or fortune of a person, community, etc; successful progress, prosperity". Therefore, it cannot be overstretched to cover an inquiry into the death of this nature, wherein an inquiry by the magistrate under the Criminal Procedure Code is more appropriate and sanctioned by the law.
Therefore, the Criminal Procedure Code being a specific legislation that makes provisions for such inquiry, it is only proper that a court of law determines the cause of death. The Royal Commission of Inquiry is rightly and lawfully formed for the purpose of inquiring into the procedural aspects of the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission in carrying out investigations. Both Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak and Attorney General (AG) Tan Sri Gani Patail have flopped miserably to justify the unjustifiable — the irrational and untenable decision to have both a royal commission of inquiry (RCI) and an inquest to deal with the boiling controversy of Teoh Beng Huat's tragic death under custody of the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission.
In an immediate response to nation-wide protests against the government's decision to allow the RCI to deal with only procedural matters while leaving the all important issue of cause of death to an inquest in a magistrate court, Najib said:
"We must adhere to the laws of the country. Please don't take (political) advantage of the case. Our intention is to find out the truth".
Sensing his statement sounded somewhat hollow, he quickly added that the Attorney General will issue a statement to explain the details.
But the Attorney General statement sounded even more hollow. His statement is a blatant attempt to mislead by deliberate omission of the relevant section of the law.
Citing section 2 of the Commissions of Enquiry Act 1950, Gani said it made clear reference to the inquiry into the conduct and management of the government officers and departments for the public welfare. He said welfare matters relate to the well being of society and "cannot be overstretched to cover an inquiry into the death of this nature."
In this statement, Gani made two assertions. First, the Act covers only government departments and officers. Second, his definition of "public welfare" excludes inquisition of death.
On Gani's first point. Under the same section quoted by Gani – section 2 of the Act – it is expressly stated under item (d) that the Commission is empowered to inquire into "any other matter in which an inquiry would, in the opinion of the Yang di-Pertuan Agong, be for the public welfare, ….". So, Gani's assertion is directly contradicted by item (d). He is therefore guilty of a deliberate attempt to mislead the nation, as he cannot possibly be ignorant of this elementary and fundamental provision of the Act, being the highest legal adviser to the government.
On the second point. Gani's narrow interpretation of the phrase "for the public welfare" is laughable. When the nation has been so incensed by the heinous injustice of this tragedy that it is almost on the point of revolt, appointing an RCI to probe into this death is not only legally and politically appropriate but the very minimum the government must do if it still wants to retain a remote semblance of rule of law in this country.
And yet, our attorney general is telling us that making such a move is incompatible with "public welfare." Then what will constitute "public welfare"? Waiting for violence to erupt in the streets – knowing fully well that public confidence in the existing law enforcement bodies including the courts is already non-existent? Even when an RCI is commissioned to probe into the death, there is no assurance of justice done, judging from the government's habit of ignoring recommendations of RCIs in recent times; but at least it will calm the highly strung nerves of the nation by showing that the government is finally taking steps in the right direction. And I can't imagine any decent person will dispute by saying that taking such a course does not fulfil national interests as implied by Gani's narrow interpretation.
Much has been written and expressed by respectable legal minds, political parties and civil society leaders that the present set up of an RCI cum inquest to divide the task of resolving the present crisis is legally and technically untenable and morally unacceptable, and I will not elaborate further in this direction.
Suffice to say that Najib must decide, and decide now, which course he wants to take. To salvage the image of the nation and redeem himself from a scandal-ridden past by appointing an honourably constituted RCI with proper terms of reference to take on the crisis, or relegate the task to a magistrate hamstrung by prosecutors and police, all of whom are deeply mistrusted by the public.
Inflammatory messages and insults directed toward deeply held religious beliefs are likely to add to the already heated discussion on whether Muslims and non-Muslims can live together in an integrated, multicultural society. When considering what effects the film by Geert Wilders will have, we anticipate that it will certainly exacerbate the current situation between these groups. This film will surely spread or breed anti-Islamic sentiment and will act as a promotional or recruitment tool for anti-Islamic groups and organizations.
Geert Wilders' own behavior can be described as nothing less than extremist. He asserts that the teachings of the Koran are a source of violence and intolerance. However, at the same time Mr. Wilders and those similar to him are themselves the sources of violence – their views encourage intercultural clashes and endorse polarization between Muslim and non-Muslim societies.
There is the possibility that youth will want to vent their anger through violence and confrontation. To avoid such a scenario it is imperative that rather than reacting impulsively to the situation, youth should prepare a peaceful response. We should not reply to extremism with extremism. We should not reply to provocations with violence – even serious provocations. The only way to counter this ignorance is to enlighten.
The worst response of any respectable and up-standing Muslim youth is to remain silent and do nothing. Mr. Wilders is exploiting the notion of freedom of expression, but you also have this freedom. Use it! Seek out others who feel as you do and use the power of communication to highlight and demonstrate to the ignorant few the beauty of diverse cultures and faiths. Go to your constituencies and encourage other people of faith not to give in to violence. Prove the producer of this film wrong. Write statements, make counter-films, take non-violent action!
To all Islamic umbrella organizations – remind all your members that they should not allow themselves to be provoked because that is exactly the intention of the movie. Pass this message on to all the Imams to warn people at mosques.
The media plays a significant role in framing the entire issue and in presenting particular aspects of the argument. How this is done is a key factor since the media has access to mass audiences in both the west and the east. Supporters of the film will appeal to freedom of expression while the opposition will defend the faith and the identity being scrutinized and attacked. Balancing freedom of expression with respect for religion is a very delicate matter.
Freedom of expression is a fundamental human right in any democratic society; nobody can ban the right of free expression. There is, however, a need to clarify and consider where your own right ends and where infringement of other peoples' rights begins. It is not our intent to suggest placing limits on the freedom of expression as this is a deeply held value in our society and in most other societies. If we place a limit on this freedom now it would only set a precedent for other limitations later. However, we also realize that some forms of expression do more harm than good.
There are people with many crazy and extreme ideas. The method to make them stop spreading these ideas is not banning them from speaking them out loud, but rather demonstrating, through our own actions, that these views are not worth our attention. The recommendation we have is to foster and nurture an environment where potentially harmful ideas can be countered quickly and effectively with opposing views.Dictatorship system of Guided judiciary Diverse interpretations of conspiracy special relish for transparency and judicial accountability.RECYCLE Deja vu in sodomy charge ASSHOLE LESLIE LAU IF YOU HAVE GONE THRU WHAT ANWAR WENT THRU YOU WILL BE SELLING YOUR ASSHOLE WHOLESELLRECYCLE Deja vu in sodomy charge ASSHOLE LESLIE LAU IF YOU HAVE GONE THRU WHAT ANWAR WENT THRU YOU WILL BE SELLING YOUR ASSHOLE WHOLESELLEveryone knows Pattail got promoted to AG
For his role in Anwar's case for sodomy
Mahatir purposely brought him
To stop and kill Anwar Ibrahim
They now trying to do the same scenario
Najib, Musa, Patel, bastards, the trio
Trying, again to do it all over
But round one went to Anwar's favour
The judges have become brave and daring
Saying enough is enough to your raping
Of the court and the judiciary
With your repeated cases of sodomy
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Mahathir was born on 10 July 1925, in Alor Star, the capital of the northern state of Kedah,[8] the youngest of nine children[9] of a schoolteacher and a housewife. His father, Mohamad Iskandar, was of half-Indian origin, being the son of a Malayalee Muslim (who migrated from Kerala) and a Malay mother, while Mahathir's own mother, Wan Tampawan, was MalayAppears that the former premier need for self-esteem satisfaction is so high and supercedes all other considerations. He cares nothing for the impact of his behavior and actions, on others – everybody else is just collateral and can be damaged if needed (sounds just like Bush).Its all about his success, his reputation, perceptions of him, only he is right etc… – our course at your cost (you are simply collateral)Voicefrom the streetDo not be misled by mere change in name. Our democracy is modelled along British parliamentsry democracy but we end up with dictatorship /totaitarian system of GUIDED DEMOCRACY as represented by the Mahahir regime and pepectuated by the present government. We try to model our Anti-corruption Agency along the HONGKONG Independent CAC but may end up with a GUIDED Commission that may not be so independent.It can be MODIFIED to suit the POLTITICAL needs and demands and conditions of the RULING ELITE WITH VESTED INTERESTS. A CHANGE IN NAME WITHOUT A CHANGE IN SUSTANCE IS A MERE ILLUSION TO HOODWINK THE RAKYAT. IT MAY BE WELL-PLANNED SYSTEM TO PROTECT AND PRESERVE THE HIGHLY CORRUPTED LEGALLY USING OUR OWN GUIDED 'SYSTEM OF RULE OF LAW'hich government linked bank is this?Make the official apologise in public.Remember the hue and cry sometime back when an official of a bank or other organisation told his staff not to wish 'Happy Diwali' to customers Other 'orang asing' also want to 'follow' Samy Vellu. In fact, they want to be 'in front' of him. But those UMNO 'tuans' would not let them 'steal' along with them and Samy Vellu. Samy Vellu's MIC Communication Team told their 'tuans' that if all orang asing steal like them, then who are they going to steal from? Let them make the mountain so that we can turn it into a molehill, they point out.The 'tuans' concurred and thus declared that the other orang asing do not have that 'special right' to steal and should only work, pay and then squat. Nobody is more human and nobody is less human. Everybody has the right to exist in this country and/or this planet!UMNOPUtra says:"You Orang Asing, orang cina dan orang india must be grateful to us. Not only because we call you orang asing but because we let you stay in Malaysia. We give you citizenship. Otherwise we will take it away from you.Don't question our Malay right. We are supreme to all of you. We are tuan, and you orang asing are orang hamba. How we treat you, it is our prerogative. You orang niasing has never been gratefull to all of us.We give you goverment project so that you can build your PVC, bricks and cement factory. We let you all build your business here. Because we, UMNOPutras are TUAN. We don't have to do anything except to collect rent from you all. If we are not happy with you orang niasing, we will shout HIDUP! MELAYU! HIDUP! ISLAM!. YOU ORANG BALIK CHINA DAN INDIA. INI TANAH MELAYU. "ANd that is why, the Malays never progress.Everyone knows Pattail got promoted to AGFor his role in Anwar's case for sodomyMahatir purposely brought himTo stop and kill Anwar IbrahimThey now trying to do the same scenarioNajib, Musa, Patel, bastards, the trioTrying, again to do it all overBut round one went to Anwar's favourThe judges have become brave and daringSaying enough is enough to your rapingOf the court and the judiciaryWith your repeated cases of sodomyDo not be misled by mere change in name. Our democracy is modelled along British parliamentsry democracy but we end up with dictatorship /totaitarian system of GUIDED DEMOCRACY as represented by the Mahahir regime and pepectuated by the present government. We try to model our Anti-corruption Agency along the HONGKONG Independent CAC but may end up with a GUIDED Commission that may not be so independent.It can be MODIFIED to suit the POLTITICAL needs and demands and conditions of the RULING ELITE WITH VESTED INTERESTS. A CHANGE IN NAME WITHOUT A CHANGE IN SUSTANCE IS A MERE ILLUSION TO HOODWINK THE RAKYAT. IT MAY BE WELL-PLANNED SYSTEM TO PROTECT AND PRESERVE THE HIGHLY CORRUPTED LEGALLY USING OUR OWN GUIDED 'SYSTEM OF RULE OF LAW'On February 10, the Supreme Court threw out yet another petition seeking to reinstate L K Advani as an accused in the trial of the conspiracy to demolish Babri Masjid. This is despite a host of circumstances pointing to the probability of Advani, NDA's prime ministerial candidate in the upcoming election, being involved in the conspiracy. Not the least of which was his notorious rath yatra in the run-up to the demolition. And the testimony of the IPS officer in charge of his security, Anju Gupta, stating that his speech on the spot minutes before the demolition had added fuel to the fire.On February 13, in the first of the Nithari serial killing cases to be decided, a trial court pronounced death sentence on Moninder Singh Pandher for a murder that took place when he was far away in Australia. And for the murder of a girl who he did not even know. As the prosecution admitted, there was no evidence to suggest that it was at Pandher's instance that his servant Surender Koli had raped and killed 14-year-old Rimpa Haldar, the victim who lived in a slum near his house. Yet, Pandher was held to be a conspirator mainly because his sexual profligacy was found to have brought out depravity in his servant.The two interpretations of criminal conspiracy could not have been more different: ultra liberal in the case of Advani and stretched in the case of Pandher. Neither interpretation seems justified in the given facts and circumstances. Both the interpretations raise questions about the rigor and detachment with which the judiciary at all levels performs its job.Judges have their inscrutable reasonsManoj MittaWe just don't seem to get it. The normal standards of accountability don't apply to judges. We are unable to grasp their argument that, much as it is desirable in other institutions, transparency in the judiciary will compromise its independence, a larger constitutional value. Hence, we persist with the folly of expecting judges to be swept away by the wave of transparency triggered by RTI.This is evident from the two latest attacks on judges on July 17. First, this incorrigible sceptic, Prashant Bhushan, mobilised a statement from 25 eminent citizens denouncing a proposed Bill, which prohibits the declarations of assets made by judges to their respective chiefs from being made public. The statement fails to appreciate Law Minister Veerappa Moily's sensitivity in coming up with a draft that reflects a consensus among judges. As if that were not bad enough, the statement is cheeky enough to suggest that, following the example of their American counterparts, our Lordships too should be transparent about their assets so that we could point out any "unusual accretion" or "false declaration".But it is not just civil society that is being irreverent to judges. For, the same day, just before shutting for the weekend, the Central Information Commission (CIC) released an order where it repeated its folly of trying to bring the Chief Justice of India under the ambit of RTI. It once again demolished the CJI's position that he need not disclose any information lying in his custody as he was independent and distinct from the Supreme Court, which is a public authority under RTI.It may be recalled that when CJI K G Balakrishnan had first taken this view about a year ago, it was very much in the context of declarations of assets. Since those declarations were in his custody, the CJI held then that the Supreme Court registry would not entertain any RTI queries concerning them. Yet, in its latest order in another case, the CIC defied the CJI saying, "The institution and its head cannot be two distinct Public Authorities. They are one and the same. Information, therefore, available with the Chief Justice of India must be deemed to be available with the Supreme Court of India."Like us, the CIC too doesn't seem to get it. The general logic doesn't apply to judges. When others take refuge in opacity, we are justified in suspecting that they are hiding corruption. But when judges wrap themselves in a veil of secrecy, we have to take it that they are actually doing so for our good, so that they are not distracted by allegations of corruption against themselves.One way of coming to terms with this distinction is to re-adopt the outdated notion that king could do no wrong. Going by his logic, Justice Balakrishnan does seem to suggest some such blanket immunity to judges. If some judge has made an unusual accretion to his assets or has made a false declaration of them, it should be no cause for concern to us, the consumers of justice. It's time we realised that judges have their inscrutable reasons. We should just be grateful to them for whatever justice they dispense to us, in their magnanimity and in their good time. Don't bring the notions of accountability and transparency into this one-of-a-kind relationship.CoAttorney General Gani Patail statement on the inquiry on the death of Te0h Beng HockTHE purpose of an inquiry under the Criminal Procedure Code is to inquire when, where, how and after what manner the deceased came by his death and also whether any person is criminally concerned in the cause of such death.This has been lucidly reiterated in Re: Loh Kah Kheng (1990) 2 MLJ 126 Dzaiddin J (the former Lord President when he then was), which held: "It must be remembered that the function of a magistrate holding an inquiry under Chapter XXXII of the CPC is to inquire, when, where, how and after what manner the deceased came by his death and also whether any person is criminally concerned in the cause of such death (Section 337)."The 'cause of death' is defined under Section 328 to include not only the apparent cause of death as ascertainable by inspection or post-mortem examination of the body of the deceased, but all matters necessary to enable an opinion to be formed as to the manner in which the deceased came by his death and as whether the death resulted in any way from, or was accelerated by any unlawful act or omission on the part of any other person."Hence, the magistrate holds an inquiry by examining witnesses on oath and while usually following the ordinary rules of evidence, he may admit any evidence which he thinks fit, especially hearsay evidence. His duty is to ascertain the cause of death and he is not bound to follow the usual procedure of law courts."Under Section 333 of the Criminal Procedure Code a magistrate can dispense with an inquiry if he is satisfied of the cause of death but in all other causes it is mandatory for the magistrate to hold an inquiry, more so in cases of this nature which involves sudden death. Holding a similar inquiry by the royal commission would be duplicitous in such instance.In the case of Teoh Beng Hock, I have acted under Section 339 (1) of the Criminal Procedure Code to direct the magistrate to hold an inquiry into the cause of and the circumstances connected with the death of Teoh Beng Hock and the magistrate is duty bound to hold an inquiry. Hence, it is undoubtedly clear that the adequate recourse and appropriate venue are provided by the law for cases of this nature.In addition, the government has decided to set up a Royal Commission of Inquiry. The functions of this royal commission must not be confused with an inquiry under the Criminal Procedure Code. Section 2 of the Commissions of Enquiry Act 1950 clearly makes reference to the inquiry into the conduct and management of government officers and departments or for the public welfare.Welfare is defined in The New Shorter Oxford English Dictionary as "happiness, well-being, good health or fortune of a person, community, etc; successful progress, prosperity". Therefore, it cannot be overstretched to cover an inquiry into the death of this nature, wherein an inquiry by the magistrate under the Criminal Procedure Code is more appropriate and sanctioned by the law.Therefore, the Criminal Procedure Code being a specific legislation that makes provisions for such inquiry, it is only proper that a court of law determines the cause of death. The Royal Commission of Inquiry is rightly and lawfully formed for the purpose of inquiring into the procedural aspects of the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission in carrying out investigations. Both Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak and Attorney General (AG) Tan Sri Gani Patail have flopped miserably to justify the unjustifiable — the irrational and untenable decision to have both a royal commission of inquiry (RCI) and an inquest to deal with the boiling controversy of Teoh Beng Huat's tragic death under custody of the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission.In an immediate response to nation-wide protests against the government's decision to allow the RCI to deal with only procedural matters while leaving the all important issue of cause of death to an inquest in a magistrate court, Najib said:"We must adhere to the laws of the country. Please don't take (political) advantage of the case. Our intention is to find out the truth".Sensing his statement sounded somewhat hollow, he quickly added that the Attorney General will issue a statement to explain the details.But the Attorney General statement sounded even more hollow. His statement is a blatant attempt to mislead by deliberate omission of the relevant section of the law.Citing section 2 of the Commissions of Enquiry Act 1950, Gani said it made clear reference to the inquiry into the conduct and management of the government officers and departments for the public welfare. He said welfare matters relate to the well being of society and "cannot be overstretched to cover an inquiry into the death of this nature."In this statement, Gani made two assertions. First, the Act covers only government departments and officers. Second, his definition of "public welfare" excludes inquisition of death.On Gani's first point. Under the same section quoted by Gani – section 2 of the Act – it is expressly stated under item (d) that the Commission is empowered to inquire into "any other matter in which an inquiry would, in the opinion of the Yang di-Pertuan Agong, be for the public welfare, ….". So, Gani's assertion is directly contradicted by item (d). He is therefore guilty of a deliberate attempt to mislead the nation, as he cannot possibly be ignorant of this elementary and fundamental provision of the Act, being the highest legal adviser to the government.On the second point. Gani's narrow interpretation of the phrase "for the public welfare" is laughable. When the nation has been so incensed by the heinous injustice of this tragedy that it is almost on the point of revolt, appointing an RCI to probe into this death is not only legally and politically appropriate but the very minimum the government must do if it still wants to retain a remote semblance of rule of law in this country.And yet, our attorney general is telling us that making such a move is incompatible with "public welfare." Then what will constitute "public welfare"? Waiting for violence to erupt in the streets – knowing fully well that public confidence in the existing law enforcement bodies including the courts is already non-existent? Even when an RCI is commissioned to probe into the death, there is no assurance of justice done, judging from the government's habit of ignoring recommendations of RCIs in recent times; but at least it will calm the highly strung nerves of the nation by showing that the government is finally taking steps in the right direction. And I can't imagine any decent person will dispute by saying that taking such a course does not fulfil national interests as implied by Gani's narrow interpretation.Much has been written and expressed by respectable legal minds, political parties and civil society leaders that the present set up of an RCI cum inquest to divide the task of resolving the present crisis is legally and technically untenable and morally unacceptable, and I will not elaborate further in this direction.Suffice to say that Najib must decide, and decide now, which course he wants to take. To salvage the image of the nation and redeem himself from a scandal-ridden past by appointing an honourably constituted RCI with proper terms of reference to take on the crisis, or relegate the task to a magistrate hamstrung by prosecutors and police, all of whom are deeply mistrusted by the public.Inflammatory messages and insults directed toward deeply held religious beliefs are likely to add to the already heated discussion on whether Muslims and non-Muslims can live together in an integrated, multicultural society. When considering what effects the film by Geert Wilders will have, we anticipate that it will certainly exacerbate the current situation between these groups. This film will surely spread or breed anti-Islamic sentiment and will act as a promotional or recruitment tool for anti-Islamic groups and organizations.Geert Wilders' own behavior can be described as nothing less than extremist. He asserts that the teachings of the Koran are a source of violence and intolerance. However, at the same time Mr. Wilders and those similar to him are themselves the sources of violence – their views encourage intercultural clashes and endorse polarization between Muslim and non-Muslim societies.There is the possibility that youth will want to vent their anger through violence and confrontation. To avoid such a scenario it is imperative that rather than reacting impulsively to the situation, youth should prepare a peaceful response. We should not reply to extremism with extremism. We should not reply to provocations with violence – even serious provocations. The only way to counter this ignorance is to enlighten.The worst response of any respectable and up-standing Muslim youth is to remain silent and do nothing. Mr. Wilders is exploiting the notion of freedom of expression, but you also have this freedom. Use it! Seek out others who feel as you do and use the power of communication to highlight and demonstrate to the ignorant few the beauty of diverse cultures and faiths. Go to your constituencies and encourage other people of faith not to give in to violence. Prove the producer of this film wrong. Write statements, make counter-films, take non-violent action!To all Islamic umbrella organizations – remind all your members that they should not allow themselves to be provoked because that is exactly the intention of the movie. Pass this message on to all the Imams to warn people at mosques.The media plays a significant role in framing the entire issue and in presenting particular aspects of the argument. How this is done is a key factor since the media has access to mass audiences in both the west and the east. Supporters of the film will appeal to freedom of expression while the opposition will defend the faith and the identity being scrutinized and attacked. Balancing freedom of expression with respect for religion is a very delicate matter.Freedom of expression is a fundamental human right in any democratic society; nobody can ban the right of free expression. There is, however, a need to clarify and consider where your own right ends and where infringement of other peoples' rights begins. It is not our intent to suggest placing limits on the freedom of expression as this is a deeply held value in our society and in most other societies. If we place a limit on this freedom now it would only set a precedent for other limitations later. However, we also realize that some forms of expression do more harm than good.There are people with many crazy and extreme ideas. The method to make them stop spreading these ideas is not banning them from speaking them out loud, but rather demonstrating, through our own actions, that these views are not worth our attention. The recommendation we have is to foster and nurture an environment where potentially harmful ideas can be countered quickly and effectively with opposing views.Dictatorship system of Guided judiciary Diverse interpretations of conspiracy special relish for transparency and judicial accountability.


Political SPDP “Love” Triangle

Posted: 22 Dec 2009 06:14 AM PST


 LATEST 22.49pm :–The fate of our generation depend on us.Lets give it a shot and NO TURNING BACK…(Philip Ngo sms)

The "Presidents lists" I leave it to you to make your own judgement. What was said in the main stream media covered by an English daily was repeated by Philip Ngo SPDP deputy Youth chief to audie61. Of course, as a good poker player he would not reveal which posts he will be going for in the main body.He has received overwhelming support from many close aides and delegates to the SPDP TGA ever since he has made his intentions known.

Phillip was earlier speculated to challenge William Mawan for the top posts but upon very sound advice and good political manouverings he was given a clearer path that the Deputy Posts is within his grasps. Close sources in Mawans camp were clearly relieved as their President Mawan was telling them he has had many sleepless nights.

Our Privelege source also confirmed that Mawan can now concentrate in overlooking and ensuring that the TGA will run smoothly as the party welcomes the Prime Minister for the first time. The focus is now on Peter Nyarok the deputy.

Nyarok has never been elected into the posts as he was elevated by default moving up from Senior Vice President. This will be his first challenge of any sort within the party hierarchy and voices of dissatisfaction are coming very clearly from some very close Mawans aides. They are already political whisperings of ,' MAWAN IS NOT 100% BEHIND NYAROK..?"

If Mawan can do it to us by omitting us ,what chances of him not being betraying his No.2 for a choice which is preferred by the majority. Philip Ngo does have some of the cards on his side and also AGE might just play a very vital factor in this deputy contests.

Many even said that Nyarok has just outlived his usage in SPDP. Our Privelege source even says this is Longhouse Politics Brother… and Nyarok must know what is coming towards him. Of course all is not losts to Nyarok as he has with him the tag of Deputy President and Assistant  Minister to help him through. Will this be enough if the Presidents man are advised to look into the alternative…AaaahhhhDuuuHhhhH for Nyarok..

The Prime Minster would not be around to witness the elections and even if he is he would welcome a fair,friendly and healthy contests as what Philip Ngo told the Press. Wouldn't we just be surprised if the PM said," SPDP is leading the way with a very Healthy FamilyElection and no one will say that SPDP is not democratic and its up to the delegates to choose those who can lead the party to greater heights" Can we read the PM's mind….hmmm 

An innsider surce said that with contests in SPDP line up its good or else the party is no different from a communists party with just "One Menu" or "Chai Tua".At least SPDP can claim itself to be a democratic party. Mawan should just let his "machais' do the talking instead of entangling himself in a very precarious position with UN-Presidential statements. The Pakatan group are watching closely these developments and any possible  cracks within SPDP will be good for the Pakatan coalition in the next elections

Philip will have many advisors with him and amongst names that are thrown in to assist him are Peter Gani(Vice President) George Gerai(Supreme council) and both are divisional heads with voting strenghts and they just might have more than a say in the elctions. Some grassroot supporters  say they were believed to be given a "Golden Handshake" to stay out of the race but our privelege source thinks otherwise. (They were not even considered for the Presidents Lists..Wow!!!) 

 The shift of gears is to see that one does not overstay in the positions accorded in the party hierarchy or else the party will not move forward and will be stagnated. Philip Ngo has made his stand and he stands on the very principle of what the party constitution is and where the party should be heading. Could he be the right man for the Deputys posts? We will only know after the elections on the 30th of December.  It could be a good year ahead for either one of the two candidates. We wish both of them well and all the bests………….. 

Related:

  1. http://audie61.wordpress.com/2009/12/17/spdp-all-smiles/
  2. http://audie61.wordpress.com/2009/10/16/will-mawan-come-out-unscathed/


[Raja Petra] Maka Perdebatan Pun Berterusan

Posted: 22 Dec 2009 06:44 AM PST

Sumber: Malaysian Today
Penulis: Raja Petra Kamarudin
Terjemah Oleh: Semangat Reformasi '98
Tajuk: Maka Perdebatan Pun Berterusan (And The Debate Continues)





Australia juga pernah mendebatkan perkara yang sama. Adakah Australia 'menghumban keluar' Permaisurinya dan mengisytiharkan dirinya sebagai republik atau adakah ia mengekalkan Permaisuri sebagai 'Ketua Negara'? Satu-satunya perbezaan antara Australia dan Malaysia (selain hakikat bahawa Permaisuri tinggal di England dan bukan Australia, sementara Agong menetap di Malaysia dan bukannya England) adalah bahawa di Australia, mereka cukup matang untuk mendebatkan isu ini. Di Malaysia pula, adalah satu jenayah di bawah Akta Hasutan bagi menyarankan penghapusan sistem beraja, dengan tujuan menubuhkan sebuah republik.....


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Raja Petra Kamarudin


Keluhan utama berkenaan sistem beraja adalah kos yang tinggi bagi mengekalkannya. Kalau begitu, mari kita berhujah secara hipotetikal bahawa kita mengekalkannya, tetapi raja-raja tidak menerima sebarang gaji. Ya, Agong, ketujuh-tujuh Sultan (Kedah, Perak, Selangor, Johor, Pahang, Terengganu dan Kelantan) dan Raja Perlis dan Yamtuan Besar dari Negeri Sembilan (sembilan ketua negeri dan seorang Ketua Negara) akan dikekalkan, tetapi tidak menerima sebarang gaji.

Adakah ini menyelesaikan masalah tersebut?

Okey, jadi bagaimana pula mereka hendak meneruskan kehidupan? Mereka perlu makan, bukan? Mereka perlu membayar gaji kakitangan mereka. Seperti kita, mereka juga perlu membayar bil air, elektrik, telefon dan sebagainya. Malah taraf hidup mereka lebih tinggi daripada kita. Jadi, kos hidup mereka pun lebih tinggi. Walau apa pun, mereka masih perlu meneruskan kehidupan. Jadi, bagaimana mereka hendak menampung kos hidup mereka jika mereka tidak menerima sebarang gaji?

Saya kira, oleh sebab mereka sekarang tidak lagi dibayar gaji, maka kita tidak berhak menghalang mereka daripada berniaga. Kita perlu membenarkan mereka menjadi kontraktor dan pemaju dan lain-lain lagi. Mungkin ada yang akan membuka restoran nyonya ataupun kedai dobi, dan mendapat pendapatan yang sederhana darinya. Apa pun caranya, bagi menyara hidup, mereka perlu mengharungi persaingan hidup dan berusaha seperti kita semua. Apa yang pasti adalah mereka tidak boleh menjaja VCD. Bayangkan jika salah seorang daripada mereka berlegar-legar di sekitar Jalan Bukit Bintang dan menjual VCD. Nah, dah tentu maruah mereka tercalar, bahkan ia merosakkan imej institusi beraja.

Anda mungkin berpendapat bahawa mungkin langkah yang terbaik adalah menghapuskan sistem beraja sama sekali. Maka ini akan menyelesaikan masalah mata pencarian mereka. Sebaliknya, jika kita mengekalkan raja-raja, kita perlu membenarkan mereka menjalankan perniagaan (tentu sahaja tidak sesuai untuk mereka makan gaji, iaitu sebagai pekerja di kilang ataupun pejabat ataupun sebagai jurujual, pelayan dan sebagainya). Jadi, bagi menyelesaikan masalah itu, lebih baik kita hapuskan sahaja sistem beraja.

Itu juga boleh dipertimbangkan. Tetapi ini akan menimbulkan masalah lain pula.

Kita tahu bahawa Malaysia kini berpecah kepada dua, yakni penyokong Barisan Nasional dan penyokong Pakatan Rakyat. Berdasarkan keputusan pilihanraya umum pada Mac 2008, ianya lebih kurang 50:50. Jika sistem monarki ingin dihapuskan, maka titik perpecahan akan berubah, iaitu ditentukan pula sama ada seseorang itu pro-republik ataupun pro-monarki. Barisan Nasional dan Pakatan Rakyat akan hilang (bukan secara harfiah, tetapi secara kiasan) dan sebagai gantinya, golongan Republican dan Royalist akan muncul.

Sebahagian besar daripada golongan Republican sudah semestinya adalah kaum bukan Melayu, dengan sokongan yang agak kuat juga daripada orang Melayu. Sebaliknya, majoriti pendokong Royalist pula adalah orang Melayu dan juga sebahagian kecil daripada orang bukan Melayu. Dalam pada itu, pasukan tentera pula berkemungkinan besar akan menyokong golongan Royalist. Ini kerana sembilan ketua negeri di Malaysia adalah ketua pelbagai cabang dalam angkatan tentera, sementara Agong pula adalah Panglima Tertinggi bagi Angkatan Tentera Malaysia.

Dengan demikian, suasana politik Malaysia akan kembali kepada suasana pada 1960an, iaitu dengan dua ras yang saling bertentangan. Memang tidak dapat dinafikan bahawa pada tahun 1960an, sebilangan orang Melayu menyokong pembangkang, dan sebaliknya, sebilangan orang bukan Melayu menyokong Parti Perikatan yang terdiri dari UMNO, MCA dan MIC. Namun begitu, secara umumnya, bolehlah dikatakan bahawa orang Melayu adalah pro-kerajaan (termasuk pasukan tentera), manakala orang bukan Melayu pula menyokong pembangkang. (Inilah sebabnya pasukan tentera menyokong UMNO dalam rusuhan kaum yang berlaku tidak lama selepas itu).

Saya dituduh 'membela' sistem beraja kerana saya juga adalah seorang 'kerabat diraja'. Tetapi sedarkah anda semua bahawa saya adalah sosok yang tidak dikehendaki dalam lingkungan Istana Selangor? Tahukah anda bahawa Sultan Selangor menempelak saya di khayalak ramai, malah di depan para pegawai Kerajaan Negeri Selangor dan juga di hadapan Ketua Polis Negara, Musa Hassan? Ya, wajah si Musa berseri-seri mendengar musuhnya dihentam oleh Sultan Selangor sendiri.

Saya bukan seorang Royalist. Saya memang menyokong gagasan sebuah Republik Malaysia. Tetapi saya juga seorang realis. Realitinya adalah bahawa selepas lebih daripada 40 tahun, iaitu sejak tahun 1960an, kita telah sedikit sebanyak berjaya menyatukan rakyat Malaysia atas dasar ideologi dan bukannya atas dasar perkauman. Apa yang penting adalah misi dan visi, dan bukannya warna kulit anda. Tetapi ada tiga perkara yang akan menyatukan orang Melayu atas dasar perkauman dan menghancurkan segala hasil perjuangan kita sejak Mac 2008. Tiga perkara itu adalah Islam, bahasa Melayu dan Raja-raja Melayu.

Orang Melayu telah mengambil langkah pertama ke arah politik yang tidak berasaskan perkauman. Anjakan ini mengambil masa lebih daripada 50 tahun, tetapi akhirnya, orang Melayu bersedia mengenepikan agenda perkauman dan mengutamakan agenda yang lebih besar, iaitu urus tadbir yang baik. Ya, mungkin hanya 49% daripada orang Melayu yang berpendirian begitu, sementara 51% masih berpegang pada 'cara lama'. Tetapi bagi saya, anjakan yang besar sudah pun berlaku.

Kita telah berjaya membawa orang Melayu keluar dari kepompong mereka. Kita telah berjaya mendidik mereka bahawa kebebasan sivil dan urus tadbir yang baik adalah lebih penting daripada agenda perkauman. Ini masih merupakan 'kejutan budaya' bagi kebanyakan orang Melayu. Ramai antara mereka yang masih tertanya-tanya sama ada mereka melakukan perkara yang betul dengan mengundi pembangkang pada 8 Mac 2008, dan dengan demikian, membolehkan orang Cina (iaitu DAP dan beberapa orang dalam PKR) bagi memperoleh kerusi di Pulau Pinang , Perak dan Selangor.

Anda mungkin mengatakan bahawa Gerakan, MCA dan MIC (iaitu bukan Melayu) juga 'berkongsi kuasa' semasa Barisan Nasional memerintah negeri-negeri itu. Tetapi semua orang tahu bahawa Barisan Nasional didominasi UMNO. Sebaliknya, dalam Pakatan Rakyat, tiada 'bos Melayu' dan semua pihak mempunyai kedudukan yang sama (Lihat sahajalah betapa Anwar dan PAS dihentam, sedangkan dalam Barisan Nasional, tiada pemimpin bukan UMNO yang berani melakukan perkara yang sama terhadap pemimpin UMNO. Jika mereka melakukannya, mereka akan 'mati', sebagaimana yang sudah banyak kali berlaku).

Sekurang-kurangnya satu ataupun dua generasi perlu berlalu sebelum orang Melayu berasa selesa untuk berbincang tentang penghapusan sistem beraja dan mengubah Malaysia menjadi sebuah Republik. Ini pasti akan berlaku kerana sistem beraja, bahkan raja berperlembagaan adalah sistem yang sudah ketinggalan zaman. Jadi, menjelang 2100, kemungkinannya adalah besar bahawa kerajaan yang berasaskan monarki tidak lagi wujud. Pada masa itu, usia saya pun dah lanjut. Mana tidaknya, pada tahun 2010 pun, saya akan mencecah umur 60 tahun. Tetapi ia tetap akan berlaku dan mungkin berlaku lama selepas kita meninggal dunia.

Bertindaklah langkah demi langkah. Kita sudah berjaya mencapai banyak perkara sejak Merdeka pada tahun 1957. Perjalanannya masih jauh. Orang Melayu memerlukan 50 tahun untuk menolak politik berasaskan perkauman. Mungkin 50 tahun lagi diperlukan bagi mereka menolak lain-lain perkara berkaitan, seperti sikap feodalistik mereka dan sentimen masa lalu.

Malah inilah keluhan terbesar Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohamad tentang orang Melayu. Menurut Mahathir, orang Melayu terlalu feudalistik. Itulah sebabnya dia gagal dalam dua percubaan bagi mengurangkan kuasa raja-raja pada 1980an. Selain beberapa orang dalam UMNO, orang Melayu tidak menyokong Mahathir semasa Krisis Perlembagaan. Akhirnya, dia tiada pilihan lain kecuali menyerah kalah.

Hakikatnya masih sama pada hari ini.

Perkara yang paling penting untuk difahami adalah bahawa desakan bagi menghapuskan sistem monarki tidak boleh datang dari orang bukan Melayu. Ia mesti menjadi sesuatu yang dikehendaki oleh orang Melayu. Lambat-laun, ini pasti menjadi realiti. Jika orang Melayu berjuang untuk menghapuskan sistem beraja, maka tentangan yang dihadapi tidak begitu sukar. Tetapi jika desakan ini diutarakan oleh orang bukan Melayu, dan sekarang pula tu, yakni sebelum orang Melayu bersedia untuknya, maka orang Melayu akan menentangnya. Akibatnya, mereka akan kembali kepada UMNO dan segala-gala yang telah kita capai sehingga kini akan punah begitu sahaja.

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Ini bukan suatu isu yang hanya melibatkan faktor kewangan, sebagaimana yang disangka oleh kebanyakan pembaca Malaysia Today. Isu ini juga berkait rapat dengan sikap sentimental orang Melayu pada raja-raja mereka. Tetapi seperti yang saya katakan tadi, keadaan mula berubah. Semasa kerajaan Pakatan Rakyat diusir dari Perak dan Barisan Nasional diisytiharkan sebagai kerajaan yang baru, orang Melayulah yang berkumpul di Bukit Chandan selepas sembahyang Jumaat dan bukannya orang bukan Melayu. Mereka berbaring di atas jalan bagi menghalang kereta Sultan dari memasuki istana dan membaling batu ke arah rombongan Sultan. Semua yang terlibat dalam peristiwa itu adalah orang Melayu, dan bukannya orang bukan Melayu.

Adakah kita dapat menyaksikan insiden seperti ini, bahkan dua tahun yang lalu? Pernahkah anda terbayang bahawa orang Melayu sanggup menentang Sultan dan berbaring di atas jalan untuk menghalang keretanya, malah melontar batu ke arah kereta Sultan? Nah, inilah yang telah terjadi. Ratusan tahun telah berlalu sebelum kita dapat menyaksikan kejadian seperti itu. Jadi, biarkan peredaran masa mencetuskan perubahan-perubahan yang seterusnya.

Suatu hari nanti, Malaysia perlu berubah. Orang Melayu juga perlu berubah. Semua nuansa masa lalu pasti akan dihapuskan. Tetapi masa diperlukan sebelum semua itu dapat berlaku. Malah kita kini sedang berbicara tentang raja-raja Melayu. Maka kita perlu memberikan waktu bagi orang Melayu bersiap sedia untuk menyingkirkan raja-raja mereka.

Di Perancis, orang Perancislah yang menyingkirkan raja-raja mereka. Di China pula, orang Cinalah yang melakukannya; di India, orang India yang melakukannya. Di Malaysia, usaha ini perlu dikepalai oleh orang Melayu dan bukannya orang bukan Melayu. Jika tidak, penghapusan sistem monarki akan mendatangkan lebih banyak keburukan daripada kebaikan.

Inilah pandangan saya tentang perdebatan republik lawan raja berlembagaan. Sedarlah bahawa bukan duit yang menjadi isu pokoknya.


Artikel Asal: malaysia-today.net
Terjemahan: gomalaysian.blogspot.com

Chinese Translation (中文): xtremeapril.blogspot.com


The RMAF 'foolproof' logistic system

Posted: 22 Dec 2009 04:55 AM PST

Yesterday I highlighted 2 characteristics of our world famous Malaysian malaise, namely:

(a) everyone wants to make a fast buck, more so after seeing their 'leaders' live in palatial mansion and having multi billion assets, despite the financial and mathematical improbabilities of such lifestyles given the leaders' earnings.


However, it so happens in Bolehland that there is in fact a way, and an easy way at that, by simply gouging the hapless Malaysian public and their collective property especially the tax money they pay, and

(b) when the sh*t hits the fan, only the ikan bilis get the rap on the knuckles. The favoured ones (those close to the political leadership) would be teflon-ised and even promoted.

I'm just about to tell you a third, which is quintessentially Malaysian. It has to do with the unpleasant reality that many of our political leaders don't like to be questioned by the public, especially by their own supporters.

After bribing, bullsh*tting or begging the unsuspecting voters into electing them, once elected, suddenly these public representatives would forget how they have become ministers and even would believe and act like they've been crowned Sultan Mansur Shah, he of the Hang Tuah infamy.


They'd look down patronising at their voters and expect the latter to toe the line silently like loyal subjects. After all, who are those voters to question 'royalty' - dei, siapa raja?

We get to see a glimpse of this in The Malaysian Insider's
Missing engines: Zahid confirms action against 'traitors' which reported:

Zahid warned bloggers not to sensationalise the incident, stressing that the government was committed to having a transparent investigation.

"For your information, those involved have been identified and we have taken action internally. They won't escape from legal action. I don't want bloggers who will twist facts with various analyses and speculation. I would like to inform that the Prime Minister and I will monitor the investigation. Further action will also be revealed to the public from time to time," he told reporters.

My dear Minister, in a democracy the public (and would you believe bloggers are members of the public as well) have the right to talk about a major loss of public property, to blooming question the government especially you. It's our constitutional rights and your accountable responsibilities.


Besides, how can we twist facts when there have been a total absence of facts about the engines (now apparently two engines, and not one as earlier suspected) for 2 years since their 'disappearance'?

Zahid also reiterated his belief that the RMAF's logistics system was foolproof. "I stress that the record and inventory system of all national services is satisfactory including the Royal Malaysian Air Force.

"But no matter, a traitor will always find a way to find loopholes in the procedures. We have confidence in the police and marshals in the Royal Malaysian Air Force to take the necessary legal action in the near future," he said.

My dear Minister, please stop using the word 'foolproof' if you do not understand what the word means. Don't show your stupidity.

And would you believe Dumbo again contradicted himself in a new Malaysiakini news GONE: Not just jet engines, other equipment too where he revealed that "…Besides the two Royal Malaysian Air Force (RMAF) F-5E fighter jet engines reported missing, other related equipment is [sic] also gone …".

Foolproof eh? Or does the Minister think 'foolproof' means the RMAF logistic system is proofed against fools only?

Also, the Minister should stop using the word 'traitor' since he obviously couldn't distinguish between a thief and a traitor. But I fear our dear Minister won't be listening to me on the incorrect use of the 'traitor' word, since The Malaysian Insider reported his overly generous employment of that word, as in:

Zahid vowed that the 'traitors' would pay a heavy price for their treachery.

"Traitors, they are everywhere and any form of treachery must be paid with a high price. The Defence Ministry has not only conducted an internal investigation but we have given this case to the police.

"It must be open to the public through the court. Datuk Seri Najib (Razak) and I feel that these actions of treachery must be punished heavily and we are open in this matter," he explained.

Omigosh, "Traitors, they are everywhere …"! Maybe even in the cabinet?

Or has it been just the standard UMNO-ish clarion call, when they're in damage control, to the heartland to marshal around his banner against 'traitors'?

But there is a bright side as Tay Tian Yan wrote tongue-in-cheek in Sin Chew (extracts):

The Royal Malaysia Air Force discovered the missing of the engine within a few months and they found the suspects in only two years. What an extremely high efficiency! […]

Of course, we must be pleased that Malaysia does not have any nuclear bombs. Otherwise, it will be very easy for our talents to steal that too. […]

Even it is no big deal to lose an engine, but I'm curious whether they will lose something else in the future?

As long as the don't let anyone steal the Defense Minister which would be really embarrassing.

From now on, the Royal Malaysia Air Force must pull themselves together to protect the Defense Minister.


But have no fear, as the Chief of the Defence Force (the 2007 Chief of the Air Force) informed us, and the rest of the world including our potential enemies, the RMAF has 16 F5E's where only 7 are tactically operational.

We can now sleep at night in peace because our potential enemies would have laughed themselves to death.


Baru Tok Guru Doa, Allah Mula Tunjuk di Kuala Berang

Posted: 22 Dec 2009 04:34 AM PST



Sejak dari mula Program Wang Ehsan, telah PAS dan ramai pihak ingatkan, pemberian Wang Ehsan ini tidak ada pemantauan.
Sekiranya royalti, maka perbelanjaan setiap sen wang royalti akan dipantau di Dewan Undangan Negeri dan setiap sen yang dibelanjakan terdedah kepada penyiasatan dari pihak Audit. Ini kerana wang royalty dibayar kepada kerajaan Negeri.
Dan setiap perbelanjaan kerajaan negeri direkodkan. Malahan, sebelum berbelanja, kerajaan Negeri wajib membentangkan Belanjawan bagi memberitahu umum apa yang dirancang oleh kerajaan negeri untuk dibelanjakan.

Setiap perbelanjaan direkod dan di audit. Setiap perbelanjaan dan perancangan perbelanjaan (belanjawan) dibahaskan secara terbuka pada setiap persidangan Dewan Undangan Negeri.

Ada pula proses audit bagi mencari ke mana setiap sen yang telah dibelanjakan. Tak cukup dengan audit, ada pula PAC ( Public Affairs Committee) yang kalau di Selangor dipanggil SELCAT. PAC atau SELCAT pula mengadakan prosiding mereka secara terbuka dan umum boleh mendengar prosiding-prosiding ini berjalan (tidak seperti ada sorang di Selangor tu yang mahukan SELCAT diadakan di belakang tabir).

Dalam prosiding SELCAT, kita dapat jumpa macam-macam perkara. Salah satu yang paling popular adalah bagaimana Khir Toyo membelanjakan RM1.3 juta untuk pergi Disneyland. Kita juga jumpa bagaimana UMNO menggunakan wang rakyat untuk kempen pilihanraya mereka.

Saya mendapat maklumat ahli-ahli biasa UMNO di Selangor menyokong penuh prosiding SELCAT dan mereka tak nampak perjalanan SELCAT yang terbuka ini sebagai isu. Hanya "orang itu" sahaja yang mengatakan ianya satu isu. Rakyat Selangor secara keseluruhannya mengalu-alukan proisiding terbuka SELCAT ini.



Malangnya, yang berkuasa menentukan perbelanjaan Wang Ehsan adalah UMNO Negeri dan UMNO Bahagian. Maka, siapakah yang hendak memantau perbelanjaan wang ini? Hasilnya kita lihat sendiri:


• RM300 million Sultan Mizan Zainal Abidin Stadium - part of the roof collapsed in June
• RM18 million Aquatic Centre in Batu Burok - closed in July due to leaks in the canvas roof and rusting steel supports
• RM123 million Sultan Mahmud airport terminal - defects found on the roof in July
• Masjid Kampung Batu Putih in Kemaman - the roof collapsed in October
• Besut Islamic Centre - roof tiles were dislodged in recent weeks


Ini kes-kes kerosakan yang besar-besar. Bagaimana pula kes-kes yang kecil-kecil yang tidak mendapat tumpuan media? Sudah tentu disenyapkan dan tidak diketahui umum.
Inikah dia program yang hendak diperkenalkan oleh Najib Tun Razak di Kelantan? Yakni, program mengkayakan kontraktor "Orang Kuat UMNO" (OKU). Yang akan membina bangunan-bangunan dengan kualiti yang rendah sebab nak buat untung atas angin.

Hasilnya, bila ditiup angin, bangunan pun runtuh. Untung pun atas angin, runtuh pun sebab angin. Itulah UMNO.

Amat benarlah tindakan Tok Guru Nik Aziz mendoakan "pecah perut" mereka yang menzalimi rakyat Kelantan, menzalimi rakyat Malaysia dengan memperkenalkan program yang hanya bertujuan untuk mengkayakan "Kontraktor OKU".
Dan wang siapa yang bakal digunakan untuk mengkayakan kontraktor2 OKU ni? Bukan duit Najib, bukan duit Rosmah, bukan duit Muhyiddin, bukan duit Zahid Hamidi. Tetapi ianya adalah duit rakyat.

Duit rakyat untuk program mengkayakan kontraktor2 OKU. Hahahaha itulah dia UMNO. Parti yang menghalalkan korupsi. Last-last dapatlah bahana bangunan runtuh sana, stadium runtuh sini.

Tok Guru mahu menghalang Wang Rakyat dibelanjakan sewenang-wenang nya oleh UMNO dan kuncu-kuncu mereka. Maka., kita rakyat Malaysia pun mesti berdoa yang sama dalam isu royalti Kelantan ini. Biar mereka yang bertanggungjawab atas kezaliman ini Allah pecah kan perut mereka.

Baik mereka pecah perut, dari rakyat biasa mati atau cedera atau cacat sebab bangunan runtuh.

Baru je Tok Guru berdoa beberapa minggu lepas, Allah SWT sudah mula mengkabulkan doa Tok Guru.

TAKBEEERRRRR!!!!!!!

Tulang Besi

ps orang2 bukan Islam pun mesti berdoa seperti doa Tok Guru ini apabila mereka ke rumah-rumah ibadat mereka. Ini isu yang berkaitan dengan semua orang tidak kira ugama dan bangsa.






http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/120378

'Kontraktor OKU' punca binaan runtuh: NGO

Salhan K Ahmad
Dis 22, 09
1:07pm

kemaskini 4.58pm Kebanyakan projek berkualiti rendah di Terengganu, sehingga menyebabkan strukturnya runtuh, didakwa dimajukan oleh "kontraktor OKU (orang kuat Umno)", syarikat yang mempunyai hubungan rapat dengan pemimpin kerajaan negeri.

Projek tersebut termasuklah pembinaan terminal pengangkutan awam bernilai RM4.2 juta di Kuala Berang yang terjejas apabila sebahagian bumbungnya runtuh semalam.

"Kita panggil kontraktor ini kontraktor OKU atau Orang Kuat Umno," kata presiden Majlis Permuafakatan Rakyat Terengganu (MAMPAT), Mohamad Fauzi Abu Samah.

"Kontraktor ini rapat dengan (orang) politik, itulah yang menjadi masalah bila dibuat bukan untuk kepentingan rakyat tetapi untuk kepentingan politik," katanya lagi.

Beliau diminta mengulas insiden struktur bangunan runtuh yang kerap terjadi di negeri itu tahun ini selepas bumbung stadium, yang baru disiapkan dengan harga RM300 juta, ranap awal Jun lepas.

Selain itu, bumbung sebuah masjid di Kemaman yang dilaporkan berharga RM2.1 juta runtuh awal Oktober lalu.

Pusat Akuatik di Batu Burok yang bernilai RM19 juta pula mengalami kebocoran kolam sehingga ia terpaksa ditutup Julai lalu.

Mohamad Fauzi menambah, kontraktor-kontraktor terlibat perlu bertanggungjawab sekiranya mereka didapati gagal mematuhi prosedur sehingga menyebabkan runtuhan struktur berkenaan.

"Apa lagi bila ini melibatkan soal keselamatan. Siasatan perlu dibuat sekiranya kontraktor tidak mematuhi garis panduan keselamatan," katanya.

"Kita diberitahu kontraktor ini dapat kelulusan segera dan tidak ada pemantauan dibuat semasa pembinaan oleh pihak berkuasa."

MAMPAT merancang membawa isu tersebut kepada Suruhanjaya Pencegah Rasuah Malaysia (SPRM), seawal-awalnya minggu depan, selain sedang mengumpulkan maklumat mengenai kesemua projek BN yang berkualiti rendah dan menghadapi masalah di negeri tersebut.

Laporan tersebut dijangka turut memuatkan butiran mengenai projek 20 unit gerai di Batu Enam dekat Kuala Terengganu bernilai RM1.52 juta yang siap dibina Ogos lepas di atas rizab jalan seperti diwartakan dalam draf pembangunan kawasan berkenaan.

"Sekarang (struktur itu) sudah hendak diruntuhkan kerana jalan tersebut ingin diperluaskan (pada 2012). Jadi kenapa gerai ini perlu dibina (pada asalnya)?" katanya.

"Adakah ini projek untuk menghabiskan peruntukan semata-mata? Kalau kita tengok bahagian konkrit bangunan itu, (kebanyakannya) hanya pasir dan kawasan letak kereta pun tidak ada."

'Umno-linked contractors to blame'

Hazlan Zakaria & Salhan K Ahmad
Dec 22, 09
5:11pm

Majlis Permuafakatan Rakyat Terengganu (Mampat) has blamed Umno-linked contractors for shoddy work on several new buildings in the state that have come to grief.
"We call these contractors OKU or Orang Kuat Umno (Umno supporters) " said its president Mohamad Fauzi Abdullah in a phone interview.
He was asked to comment on the collapse of the roof of the RM4.2 million bus terminal in Kuala Berang yesterday. Media reports today said the collapse of the 150m long skylight could be due to shoddy workmanship.
Mampat, a NGO fighting for the rights of the people of the state, has taken on the task of monitoring botched building projects.
Mohamad Fauzi claimed that the Umno-linked contractors enjoy a cosy relationship with politicians.
"They do not do their work diligently for the good of the people, but only for political gain. The low quality of most projects in the state is due to these contractors," he said, without naming them.
He also pointed to the fact that most of the projects are being awarded and implemented under the 'wang ehsan' (compassionate fund) programme, under the auspices of the Jabatan Pembangunan Persekutuan (JPP or Federal Development Department).
Concerns had been raised previously that use of the JPP to channel federal development funds to the state would lead to corruption and the feeding of political cronies with government projects.
Recent structural failures
Work on the Kuala Berang bus terminal falls under the jurisdiction of the Hulu Terengganu district council.
The website states that its departments of building control and civil engineering are entrusted with monitoring the progress of building projects, as well as to approve and monitor the quality of materials and construction work.
When contacted today, personnel from each department were not available for comment. A staff member said those in charge are out in the field.
Recent problems with other new buildings in the state:
• RM300 million Sultan Mizan Zainal Abidin Stadium - part of the roof collapsed in June
• RM18 million Aquatic Centre in Batu Burok - closed in July due to leaks in the canvas roof and rusting steel supports
• RM123 million Sultan Mahmud airport terminal - defects found on the roof in July
• Masjid Kampung Batu Putih in Kemaman - the roof collapsed in October
• Besut Islamic Centre - roof tiles were dislodged in recent weeks
The first three buildings were about a year old when they were affected.



Anwar Won Democracy Award.

Posted: 22 Dec 2009 02:58 AM PST


Malaysia's Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim has been conferred the International Association of Political Consultants (IAPC) Democracy Award for his "consistent efforts in restoring democracy and the rule of law to Malaysia."

Anwar joins a distinguished panel of past winners including Myanmar's Aung San Suu Kyi, Zimbabwe's Morgan Tsvangirai of Zimbabwe and Nelson Mandela of South Africa.

"The award is not meant for me personally but for my family, the Pakatan, the NGOs and the many others who have clamoured for change and reform in Malaysia" said Anwar.

The IAPC is a professional group of political experts dedicated to fostering democracy throughout the world with one of the main activities being an annual conference where their 100-plus members from around the world exchange ideas about the political process.


Courtesy of Free Malaysia Today


Engine Trouble in Malaysia

Posted: 22 Dec 2009 02:14 AM PST


2 Units of Stolen Jet Engines?? Stolen since May last year when Najib was Defence Minister. Cover Up?
More equipments could be missing? Doing an Audit now?

Armed forces chief Gen Tan Sri Azizan Ariffin said the stolen jet engine might just be the "tip of the iceberg", as initial investigations showed that other equipment might have gone missing from as far back as 2007.
Actually Mr General Sir, we Malaysians will not be surprised if  more items are stolen or missing? While you are auditing can you also check the stocks of C4s?

The stolen engine is the powerplant for one of the four F-5E Tiger II fighters and two RF-5E Tigereye reconnaissance jets still in active duty at the air force's 12th Squadron (Scorpion) at the Butterworth air base.

An "international company" based in Latin America bought the 50 million ringgit (USD 14 million) engine "because the price was cheap " Bernama quoted the defence minister Ahmad Zahid Hamidi as saying.

The engine, used for single-seat fighter and reconnaissance jets, is believed to have eventually ended up with a final purchaser in the Middle East.


The treachery of the invertebrate Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi VS NOTHING BUT THE TRUTH bloggers

Posted: 22 Dec 2009 12:38 AM PST


Defence Minister Datuk Seri Ahmad Zahid Hamidi said action will be taken against the high-ranking officials in charge during the time the RMAF jet engines went missing.

"Action taken will be decided during the next meeting of the Malaysian Armed Forces Council of which I am the chairman," he told a press conference at the Defence Ministry here.
He also said those involved in the missing engines have been identified and gave the assurance that action would be taken against the "traitors".
this exclusive article by the taxi driver readmre

Did zaid piss at U, If a jet engine can go missing Najib is going find his head missing now he has become a liability did this taxidriver warn you

It was reported that four individuals, including Royal Malaysian Air Force (RMAF) officers, have been arrested in connection with the case.Zahid vowed that the "traitors" would pay a heavy price for their treachery."Traitors, they are everywhere and any form of treachery must be paid with a high price. The Defence Ministry has not only conducted an internal investigation but we have given this case to the police. "It must be open to the public through the court. Datuk Seri Najib (Razak) and I feel that these actions of treachery must be punished heavily and we are open in this matter," he explained.read more the exclusive story by the taxi driverIs Najib more important than securityof Malaysia that they hold back the news UMNO will put the whole Malaysia on sale in eBay.

We express disbelief and incredulity when the RMAF base in Sungei Besi "lost" a jet engine.

Why was this theft only divulged now, in late 2009? We are told that the loss was only discovered when the RMAF wanted to overhaul the jet engine, in 2007.

We are not talking about the run-of-the-mill c4s taken from the stationery cupboard, or the toilet rolls from housekeeping, items commonly smuggled out in a shirt-pocket or handbag.It is not something that one can load into the boot of the car and drive off with. It requires special lifting equipment.

related article click read moresays journalist Arnaud Dubus( LinkingNajib to Altantuya "Missing"LINK BALA WAS BOUGHT FOR MILLONS

It was reported that the General Electric J85-21A afterburner turbojet engines for the single-seater F-5E Tiger fighter jet disappeared from the RMAF airbase in Sungai Besi during a routine maintenance service in 2007.
Zahid warned bloggers not to sensationalise the incident, stressing that the government was committed to having a transparent investigation.

Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi

read this exclusive article by the taxidriverDr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi had attended many of these courses when MAHATHIR SENT ME, THAT BOOT CAMP DURING HEIGHT OF REFORMASI WHEN I WAS IN ANWAR IN HOUSE"For your information, those involved have been identified and we have taken action internally. They won't escape from legal action. I don't want bloggers who will twist facts with various analyses and speculation. I would like to inform that the Prime Minister and I will monitor the investigation. Further action will also be revealed to the public from time to time," he told reporters.you reveal it now to piss at NajibTHIS WAS ANOTHER PROJECT BY NAJIB&Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi

MACC's lady started it EX DAP PROSTITUTE OPEN HER PUSSY THEN Abdul Rahman the de facto mentri besar DELIVERED IT THE BASTARD B.N PERAK GOVERNMENT

Zahid also reiterated his belief that the RMAF's logistics system was foolproof. "I stress that the record and inventory system of all national services is satisfactory including the Royal Malaysian Air Force.
"But no matter, a traitor will always find a way to find loopholes in the procedures. We have confidence in the police and marshals in the Royal Malaysian Air Force to take the necessary legal action in the near future," he said.

Zahid said Northrop Grumman has not yet contacted the government and admitted that more parts from the US-built F-5E fighter jet are still missing.
"OEM has not contacted Malaysia to find out more about this case but we have found out that the technical details of the engine and other equipment were stolen. We are confident that we will able to gather all the information from the OEM and principal," he said.
Zahid also clarified that the missing engines were actually a pair of engines.
"It was really two engines. If it is brand new, then it is RM50 million but you have to consider the depreciation of value so the market value is much lower," he said.
He also confirmed that the engines had been sold to an international company based in South America.
"It was sent to South America but the buyer has an office in Malaysia and branches in neighbouring countries. I believe the company has an international network," he said.

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DBKL stands for 'Dewan Bandaraya Kaki Lepak'?

Posted: 22 Dec 2009 12:17 AM PST

Assalamualaikum.

Dear brothers and sisters, fellow KLites.

Have you witnessed the stinking, crumbling, litter strewn infrastructures of the public amenities in Kuala Lumpur, lately?

I am getting sick of walking along poorly constructed pavements, avoiding potholes, stepping over unswept rubbish, even used baby diapers, thrown by the roadsides by litterbugs who make up most of this filthy capital city's populace and having to hold my breath whenever I have to make my way through the dirty, stinking place that we unfortunately have to call home!

The utter inefficiency of DBKL in keeping this so called metropolitan city clean and up to date is simply baffling!

I just wonder as to where the hell have the City Council of KL's sanitary squads disappeared to?

That's the reason for my asking as to whether DBKL now stands for ' Dewan Bandaraya Kaki Lepak'?

If you are a Malaysian, you will know that 'Kaki Lepak' means 'Loafers' in the Malay language.

Sometimes, one can get one's message across better by way of visual images. So here goes.


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UMNO tidak mengenang budi

Posted: 21 Dec 2009 10:43 PM PST


Oleh Anak Mami

Sejarah perkembangan Barisan Nasional :
Barisan Nasional merupakan parti campuran utama di Malaysia. Ia dibentuk pada 1973, anggota parti Barisan Nasional ialah terdiri dari 13 pertubuhan. Selepas tsunami 308, maka timbulnya pergolakkan yang amat merungsingkan dalam pertubuhan.

Kini nampaknya Parti Gerakan telah ditampar hingga muka lebam,malangnya UMNO gilakan kuasa malah memberikan tekanan terhadap Parti Gerakan bertanggungjawap atas kekalahan teruk di tsunami 308.

Umno satu parti politik yang berusur rasis, parti kuat yang perkauman, tetapi Parti Gerakan bagai orang tua yang uzur hanya tunggu mati, nampak jelas Ahmad Ismail yang keturunan mamak telah dilepaskan dari belenggu Majlis Tertinggi Umno , ini lah kaedah Najid gunakan Ahmad Ismail sebagai catur dalam mainannya. Mudah mudahan dapat menghasut parti Gerakan. Masalah sekarang Parti Gerakan telah lemah dan uzur, idola perkauman Ahmad Ismail digunakan sebagai langkah untuk menghimpit Koh Tsu Koon. Mengulung tikar Parti Gerakan dan memecah belahkan perpaduan di Parti Gerakan.

Selepas kekalahan parti Gerakan di Pulau Pinang, maka warlord UMNO dengan bangganya menyatakan Umno pula memenangi 13 kerusi termasuk dua kerusi parlimen di Pulau Pinang daripada 40 kerusi DUN dan 13 kerusi parlimen. Meraka menuntut jasa kemenangan, malangnya Parti Gerakan tiada sensitive terhadap nada UMNO. Amat hairan kenapa parti Gerakan bermuka tembok tiada mengerti malu?

UMNO cuba dapatkan sokongan dari parti Pariah MIC, dimana Ketua Pemuda MIC negeri J Dhinagaran memberi sokongan padu untuk meruntuhkan parti Gerakan di Pulau Pinang, beliau berkata selepas kejatuhan BN di negeri itu kepada Pakatan Rakyat tahun lalu, Umno dilihat sudah mula turun padang untuk memulihkan sokongan rakyat. Dalam keghairahan Umno untuk 'merampas' BN Pulau Pinang dari dipimpin oleh Gerakan, MCA turut mempunyai agenda tersendirinya untuk menjadi Taiko BN di Pulau Pinang. Ini dapat dilihat di Blog Cina Pariah Omar Goh Wei Liang yang kadangkala pro-MCA dan pro-Umno (terpulanglah kepada arah tiupan angin) secara lantang mengatakan bahawa MCAlah yang patut memimpin Umno di Pulau Pinang walaupun dalam catatan Blognya (APOMM) Omar Goh mengatakan "It is a matter of fact that I admire Datuk Azhar Ibrahim, Opposition Leader of Penang for UMNO and Barisan Nasional."

"I feel that Penang Gerakan leaders have been failures thus far as Opposition and I strongly feel that Datuk Azhar is the only BN Opposition Leader whom is working hard as compared to other States."

Omar Goh seterusnya menambah:

"I quickly released this article to push MCA to lead Penang Barisan Nasional for 3 reasons and

1.Gerakan Penang did not perform effectively all these while


2.Penang has a Chinese majority population and MCA should be tasked to lead when Gerakan failed


3.It will be disastrous for BN if UMNO leads the taskforce"

Bagi MIC pula, sayangnya J Dhinagaran tidak Nampak golongan kaum india Muslim khasnya keturunan Mamak lah yang turun padang tunjuk perasaan merata rata di sekeliling KOMTAR. J Dhinagaran juga tidak nampak jasa jasa 35 tahun dari Parti Gerakan di Pulau Pinang. Beliau juga buta akibat golongan India semakin dimarginalise oleh UMNO di Pulau Pinang. Beliau juga tidak ketahui berapakah kaum India yang sanggup jadi Mamak, memeluk Islam dan bertukar nama islam di Pulau Pinang akibat dari hak keistimewaan Melayu. Kaum India sanggup menukar DNA dan dimelayukan oleh UMNO demi kepentingan politik serantau.

Usaha Umno merebut jawatan pengerusi BN Pulau Pinang, yang kini disandang oleh Tan Sri Koh Tsu Koon telah menjadi isu dalaman dalam BN. Amat malu lah Koh Tsu Koon di mankah letaknya maruah beliau ?Di manakah letaknya kesangsian terhadap keikhlasan UMNO? Kini beliau bagai bangkai kucing yang di langgar kereta, tunggu luput dan dihendam cacing.

Matlamat UMNO adalah menghapuskan Parti Gerakan, dimana kebanyakan ahli Parti Gerakan adalah terdiri dari kaum Cina di Pulau Pinang, lagipun UMNO parti perkauman, tiada menganggap Parti Gerakan bagai kawan seperjuangan. Cuma lah Cina bodoh dari Parti Gerakan yang mengharapkan keajaiban berlaku di PR 13. Impian tinggal impian,

Pengerusi Umno negeri Ahmad Zahid Hamidi juga membantui UMNO untuk merebut kuasa presiden parti itu, dilaporkan berkata jawatan berkenaan perlu diserahkan kepada Umno dalam usaha mengukuhkan kedudukan BN di peringkat negeri.. Ini lah caranya UMNO bermain politik, dimanakah kawan , dimanakah lawan? UMNO tidak sanggup menelan kepahitan dan hidup dalam kegelapan. Dalam keadaan yang lemah tidak akan terlepas menuntut kuasa.

Kalau lah UMNO yang begitu kuat, UMNO betul betul disayangi rakyat, kenapa tidak UMNO keluar dari barisan, padahal UMNO Cuma salah satu anggota dari Barisan Nasional, kalaulah keluar dari Barisan national pun tidak akan dapat kesan kesan tentang kelemahan Parti Gerakan. Dengan logiknya Adakah UMNO berani keluar dari BN?

Tindakan UMNO keatas GERAKAN adalah diibaratkan macam menghalau tuan rumah dari rumah yang ditumpangi gerakan. Alangkah buruknya nasib Parti Gerakan, Nampaknya apa yang berlaku sangat mirip seperti apa yang berlaku di Palestin iaitu Yahudi merampas tanah dan menghalau penduduk dan membawa masuk Yahudi menduduki tanah Arab – ini lah tanda tanda UMNO adalah parti munafik yang tidak mengenang jasa.
Walau apa jua pun biarlah Umno, MCA dan MIC menikam sesama sendiri dari belakang untuk menjadi Ketua Pembangkan di Pulau Pinang kerana pada hakikatnya rakyat Pulau Pinang akan terus memberi mandat dan sokongan padu kepada Pakatan Rakyat!


Beware Barisan Nasional - 1PAKATAN concept on track

Posted: 21 Dec 2009 09:33 PM PST

SHAH ALAM
Monday, 21st December 2009


Barisan Nasional Beware..Your Day In Power Is Numbered!

The Pakatan Rakyat political policy, agreed to by the three parties of the alliance at their first convention on Saturday, is on track, said Opposition Leader Anwar Ibrahim.He told reporters here on Monday that he, PAS president Hadi Awang and DAP parliamentary leader Lim Kit Siang had already given their word to apply to the Registrar of Societies for formal registration of the coalition.
Anwar, the Permatang Pauh MP and PKR de facto leader, said this when clarifying remarks by Hadi on Sunday that the tripartite electoral pact is not yet ready to be formally registered.
"We have to read his statement in the appropriate context because the decision to register Pakatan Rakyat was in our agreement," said Anwar, claiming that Hadi meant that the detailed plans to formalise the the coalition had not been agreed to yet and would take time.


Barisan Nasional day in Power is numbered..by then all Corrupted politicians and government servants inclusive the police and MACC will be scrutinised!-Bukittunggal.com
All have agreed to register Pakatan

"All of us, me, Hadi, Kit Siang and the others, have agreed to register the party. But we have to have a strong framework for the policy, which might take time," he said.
Hadi, speaking at a meeting with political bloggers, had reportedly said that Pakatan does not necessarily have to become a single party.
The remarks came a day after the inaugural convention of the coalition, which resolved to have a common political policy to counter the ruling Barisan Nasional coalition in future elections.
Anwar said: "There was a misunderstanding. It is not that it is to be formalised based on preliminary terms of reference and constitution, which have not been resolved.
"So I think there's no problem with that, because as far as we are concerned, we are committed to register.


Focus first on policy


"What Hadi has said is that because whenever we try to hasten it (the registering process) the ROS will slow it down."
Anwar added that if the ROS wants Pakatan to be registered fast, he would call for a meetin next week.
He conceded, however, that for the time being the Pakatan would concentrate on its policies rather than formalising the coalition.
"We are more concern about the policy issues. That is the priority."


Mupok aku

"Agi Idup Agi Ngelaban"


85% Pembaca Malaysiawaves Bersetuju UMNO Tidak Memperjuangkan Islam, Hanya Nasionalisma/Sekularisma

Posted: 21 Dec 2009 10:33 PM PST



Rupa-rupanya pembaca Malaysiawaves adalah pembaca-pembaca yang bijak pandai dan tidak mudah diperdaya dan ditipu oleh propaganda UMNO dan Barisan Nasional.

Di saat mereka menghadapi zaman lemah mereka, tiba-tiba kuat mereka menyalak untuk menyatakan mereka juga mahu memperjuangkan Islam dan menaikkan taraf Islam.
Pada waktu yang sama, Menteri mereka baru sahaja meluluskan 10 Lesen Special Draw/Judi baru. Dan sampai sekarang tidak ada apa-apa kenyataan dari Presiden mereka mahu menarik balik kelulusan ini.

Semua ini memberikan gambaran bahawa kata-kata manis UMNO kononnya mahu memperjuangkan Islam adalah kata-kata kosong untuk menipu orang Melayu dan orang Islam supaya kembali menyokong mereka.

UMNO juga menggunakan alasan DAP sebagai sebab utama ingin menyatukan semula PAS dengan UMNO. Jelas UMNO "desperate" mahukan penyatuan UMNO-PAS kerana kali terakhir UMNO dalam keadaan tenat sebegini, PAS telah datang kepada UMNO dan menyelamatkan UMNO (selepas PRU 1969).

Sebagai membalas jasa baik PAS itu, UMNO telah menendang PAS macam kucing pada tahun 1978 dan menyebabkan PAS hilang kuasa di negeri Kelantan. Ertinya membantu UMNO adalah seperti melepaskan anjing tersepit. Orang gila sahaja yang mahu membantu UMNO atas nama Islam ni.

Syabas kepada pembaca-pembaca Malaysiawaves. Ini juga menunjukkan usaha-usaha cybertrooper UMNO mengacau blog ini tidak ada kesan. Saya mencadangkan supaya elaun-elaun cybertrooper ini dipotong atau dihentikan terus kerana mereka telah terbukti makan gaji buta.

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