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UMNO Gays and bigots mahathir’s azizan AND NAJIB’S SAIFOOL

Posted: 10 Mar 2010 01:50 PM PST

UMNO Gays and bigots mahathir's azizan AND NAJIB'S SAIFOOL
This question actually makes me remember of the Oscar nominated movie 'Milk'. In one scene Harvey Milk challenges his competetor for a public debate, and during the debate he asks one question to the competetor that ' How can you teach somebody homosexuality, Is it like French?'
The political parties takes advantage of old befiefs.
You are right, being a bigot is far worse than anything else. Everything in this world is part of nature, how can only some things be part of nature and others outside of nature?
Would you like your child to be gay or lesbian? That was the rhetorical question raised by Aligarh Muslim University vice-chancellor Abdul Aziz while defending the institution's decision to suspend professor S R Siras for alleged homosexuality.
The question is particularly relevant in the context of the Supreme Court hearing on the Delhi high court's watershed judgement which decriminalised consensual homosexuality between adults. Some 16 petitioners have applied to the apex court to strike down the high court judgement. These include religious and political organisations, NGOs, astrologers and a follower of yoga guru Baba Ramdev. The reasons given for their opposition to the legitimisation of consensual same-sex relationships are as disparate as the plaintiffs themselves, and include the assertion that homosexuality would be a "disaster" for India's defence forces and the security of the country. (This, incidentally, is contradicted by a global survey conducted by the University of California, Santa Barbara, which showed that legitimising homosexuality improved, rather than undermined, military morale.)
But by and large the opposition to homosexuality is that it is 'unnatural', biologically, emotionally and culturally, hence the pejorative term 'queer'. According to homophobes, gays are 'queer' because what they do and feel is an affront to our nature and to so-called 'natural law'.
This argument raises more questions than it answers. The quest of civilisation surely has always been to expand the horizon of what previous generations have considered to be 'unnatural' or taboo. For instance, many life-saving medical practices such as vaccination against killer diseases like small pox were initially deemed to be 'unnatural'.
For upper caste Hindus travel to foreign lands kala pani was an 'unnatural' abomination which incurred social ostracism. If this 'unnatural' transgression had not been made natural, if this taboo had not been broken, the great Indian diaspora one of the more significant factors in the cultural and economic crosscurrents of globalisation would never have been made possible.
In sexual matters, the distinction between the 'natural' and the 'unnatural' is particularly problematic. In some major religions such as Roman Catholicism, for instance even heterosexual relationships are permissible only between man and wife, and for the sole purpose of procreation. On an already dangerously over-populated planet, such a proposition is not just morally but also environmentally dubious. Equally harmful in a world threatened by AIDS is the corollary injunction against the use of condoms.
From vaccination, to migration, to the use of prophylactics, it is often the so-called 'unnatural' that has expanded and enhanced the human situation. There is one malady however that has over the millennia proved to be beyond the scope of either prevention or cure. It is a bane so deeply rooted in our nature that it might be called the original and perhaps the only sin: it is the bane of bigotry. More than any other single disease or affliction it is bigotry that has consistently posed the biggest threat and the biggest challenge to the ongoing story of civilisation. Indeed, the cruel paradox is that bigotry which seems so inherently 'natural' in so many of us is actually the most unnatural of phenomena in terms of human evolution and survival. Bigotry kills. It kills individuals and ideas. And given half a chance it will kill what we call civilisation.
So, how would you answer the question: Would you like your children to be gays or lesbians? Perhaps the most 'natural' or should it be unnatural? answer to that would be: Never mind all that i just hope they don't turn out to be bigots.
India might have passed a law on homosexuality just a year ago but the world history is replete with cases of people who have strayed away from the accepted norms of society and yet contributed heavily in the various fields of art, literature, sports, politics and so on. Elton John, George Michael, Martina Navratilova, Leonardo da Vinci, Michael Angelo, Alexander The Great are just a few names which have defined excellence in their respective fields.If a married couple decide to masturbate each other or have oral sex, it can be termed as unnatural. So a cop in every bedroom! And a department to process and pass as being natural all the video tape made in every bedroom! Great employment opportunity :)This question actually makes me remember of the Oscar nominated movie 'Milk'. In one scene Harvey Milk challenges his competetor for a public debate, and during the debate he asks one question to the competetor that ' How can you teach somebody homosexuality, Is it like French?'….
The political parties takes advantage of old befiefs.
You are right, being a bigot is far worse than anything else. Everything in this world is part of nature, how can only some things be part of nature and others outside of nature?
The list is long and strong enough to prove that sexual preferences do not bear any consequences on the talent of an individual in any manner in any field. Irony of this man's (professor) life is that while he was chairing the MODERN Indian Languages in one of the most prestigious universities, he has been thrashed by an ANCIENT belief.There is no dearth of hypocrites in our country. Where such a big issue is being created about being Lesbian or Gay there is little remorse for people indulging in pre-marital sexual relationships, live-in relationships or the likes.. These are left out to perception of people and living style. Then why bein gay is termed as dysfunctional?? Love is not defined by you or me alone, its first felt and then defined by every being. Let them be and othas can concentrate on their life..!
You've said "In sexual matters, the distinction between the 'natural' and the 'unnatural' is particularly problematic. In some major religions such as Roman Catholicism, for instance even heterosexual relationships are permissible only between man and wife, and for the sole purpose of procreation. On an already dangerously over-populated planet, such a proposition is not just morally but also environmentally dubious. Equally harmful in a world threatened by AIDS is the corollary injunction against the use of condoms." Would you solve the problem of alcohol addiction, shop lifting, rape, murderous behavior in the same way? Would you make all these legal and provide maybe a face mask to protect a rapist, so he can continue raping people? Condoms don't create loyalty between two people, they create a false sense of freedom where in people are free to be promiscuous. It's like an insurance policy, except that when you take out insurance, you don't start jumping before a train, but with a condom people do just that, they engage in risky behavior because they think they are safe. Gays and lesbians have only one identity, that they are sexual, I'd like to label them as hetrophobic because thats what they are. They have no business calling normal people homophobic, since we are not afraid of them, but would like them to be more than just sexual Decriminalizing homosexuality is a welcome thing. If it is a.consensual b. between adults and c.not adultery, then it is not criminal.
Bud stating that homosexuality is queer,should not be intolerable to anybody. Why this urge to make everybody accept that homosexuality is normal or commonplace. The point is simple and logical and scientific if you understand.Everything coming out of the west need not be gospel to India. Liberty is important but we must also know where to draw the line. Homosexualism is more of sexual perversion rather than the high flying ideal of liberalism. The issue isn't about people with deformed sexual organs with genuine need for understanding and consideration by society. The issue is more about individuals with absolutely normal sexual anatomy but given to grossly perverted notions of sex and sexuality. Votaries of homosexualism who cite phoney "research" reports from the west to drive their point, should remember the widely accepted view among physicians all over the world that, "90% of sex is in the mind and only 10% is between the legs". Thankfully, this piece of wisdom is more universal and time-tested than western and gives one hell of a good reason to refute all talk of the west being the end of all wisdom, especially of the moral variety. This phenomenon of unbridled, irresponsible and irrational liberalism is a recent phenomenon, barely a few decades old, beginning with the Hippy culture of the 60s, originating from the west. But most of our beliefs that have sustained us over thousands of years have never strayed on the question of discipline in sexual behaviour since those early days. Bigotry, did you say? So, why is sex with minors and animals as well as having it forcibly, not acceptable to civil society? It's because all problems arise with "having" sex and not for "not having" it, explaining why it is important to be restrained and disciplined while having sex. Excess of nothing is good, more so sex, even if it is between heterosexuals.
Whatever the religious or yogic quacks have to say, the point is the reason for sexual urge is to further the species. Its a survival instinct. And it is, for our species, hetero in nature. So we say, heterosexuality is natural. And since majority of the human species (I don't have survey at hand, but i believe- any statistics to contrary looks quite impossible) have been hetero, it is also common.
By corollary, homosexuality is uncommon, strange, or queer.
And who's a bigot – one who say's that he won't like his child to be a homos
Its time when we realize that mincing progressive words and slogans is not going to put India on the pedestal of success and growth but aligning our thoughts with our words and metamorphosing them into actions is what our nation needs. A comprehensive walk towards more liberated and benevolent environment is a long pending and more pragmatic approach, which should be followed by our people who are frozen in time. Is AMU listening?
in all this emotional, religious, political, psychological hodge-podge, where did this idea of copying the West come from? it's all about sexual inclination of an individual, and not a collective idea. this issue of homosexuality can better be understood only if we straight people try to put ourselves in their shoes. opposing them on a family level is fine, but on a societal level it needs a serious consideration. And at least saying "copying of west" is unfairWe have to start with changing the education system. There is a tremendous amount of homophobia in India today which is primarily due to the lack of knowledge about this subject. We are taught that human beings can be categorized as male and female. Homosexuality is not an imported fight or concept. Millions of Indians are gay, born gay not made gay by watching MTV. This is their fight, our fight, for equality and no more hypocrisy/bigotry. How would you feel if suddenly we took over and decided to banish rights for straight people? Imagine us invalidating your love for your spouse, kids, even parents? Stealing away your right to live a life you want? Not give you legal recognition and even say 'sorry, for us people who have sex with the opposite sex dont exist'? Its amazing how unaware you are of your own surroundings. Please wake up – India probably has more gays than the US (coz if its 10% of the population, we definitely score!).
This ignores the reality that there are a lot of individuals who are in between and millions of others who are physically male or female but are not emotionally. that some of the gays have excelled in various fields like science,sports, military (alexander), films, music etc. in same way many prostitutes, incest loving people, drug addicts (like Jahagir) and various types of criminals have done a great job in above mentioned fields perhaps better than gays. diehard followers of gay movements might say that gays should not be compared with sex workers, drug addicts, alcoholics, incest loving people and people who want to have sex with animals. in case if some gay put up such type of argument i am going to congratulate him, atleast he has some morality in him and he understands that there is no uncontional freedom.Switzerland banned new construction of Mosques and France violated the FREEDOM of women who wants to wear BURQA out of their FREE will and choice. Therefore freedom is never uncontional or unlimited. as regards genetic factor behind homosexuality. this theory has never been proved. the propogatar of this theory was a Gay who is suffering from AIDS. prevalance og this perversion (homosexuality) is uneven throughout the worlds history, in TIME and SPACE. for example Sydney and San Fransisco are having considerable gay population while other cities in near by them are having lesser gay population. Now as per this bugus and stupid theory "laws of genetics" is working in sydney san fransisco in large numbers but it is not working in other cities. like take the case of CANCER. the factors causing cancer are uniform all over the world. whenever one debates with these fagots on rationale lines they jusr run away and start abusing and misbehaving. many civilizations like ROMANS and GREECE were destroyed becouse people were indulging in these vices. How unnatural is anal sex can be gauged from the fact that once i asked a gay faggot can you people have sex with lube, jelly or any type of cream. he burst and started crying. anal sex is hot bed of disease and pain. KORAN & Bible both have condemned gays
Some of the toughest critics are the religious and culture warriors. It is difficult to change their opinions. They only want to see and hear what they already believe in (they are blind to evidence to the contrary).


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The home schooling option

Posted: 10 Mar 2010 09:51 AM PST

By Deborah Loh
deborahloh@thenutgraph.com

Corrected at 12:10pm, 10 March 2010

IN this third of a four-part series on education, The Nut Graph attempts to examine the problems that have become entrenched in the national school system. While public schools were reliable and multi-racial centres of education for Malaysian children not too long ago, today, parents who can afford it are sending their children to private schools. Those who can't, opt for Chinese vernacular schools. There also seems to be a growing trend towards home schooling.

Do these trends indicate that the public school system is failing us? How did it come to this? And what needs to be done to stem the decline? Deborah Loh and Koh Lay Chin attempt to answer these questions.


KV Soon and children with library behind them
KV Soon with daughters Amrita (left) and Samanta in a homeschool session
(pic courtesy of KV Soon)

HOME schooling began in Malaysia about 20 years ago, and is today done by between 500 to 1,000 families or more, estimates KV Soon who home schools his three children. Even though home schooling is only done by a minority of Malaysian children, practitioners say it is a growing trend.

Exact numbers are unknown though since no census of home-schoolers has been attempted. Still, the trend towards home schooling suggests that there is continued disillusionment with the national education system.

Common complaints include undue emphasis on academic achievement and lack of personal development. What it boils down to, home schooling parents feel, is the quality of teachers in national schools and the confines of a structured system that allows for little creativity and development of life skills.

Beyond the system

Soon, who runs Learning Beyond Schooling, a resource blog and support network for home school practitioners tells The Nut Graph that more parents have shown an interest in home schooling. This was especially after the government reversed its six-year policy to teach Mathematics and Science in English. Indecision over the maximum number of Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) subjects allowed also showed "a lack of vision" in the national education policy, he notes.

But while flip-flop policy decisions are a strong reason why parents opt for home schooling, Soon notes that a greater concern is whether children are picking up the right values.

In a mid-2009 informal e-mail survey of the 100 parents on his network, the majority of respondents listed inculcation of values as the first reason why they preferred home schooling. The second highest reason was the desire for more spiritual or religious emphasis in education. Frustration with the public schools system was third.

Interestingly, he adds, what used to be a mainly urban Chinese Malaysian phenomenon is now gaining ground among Malay Malaysian and Indian Malaysian parents. And an increasing number of home schooling parents regardless of race are in the 25 to 36 age group.

"I think the trend reflects the younger generation's willingness to question and explore alternatives. It's sort of reflective of the overall political and social change in people's mindsets," Soon says.

Lifestyle change


Learning through playing — Hafiza and her three older children at school
(pic courtesy of Hafiza Abd Rahman)

More Malay Malaysian parents are interested in home schooling but many are unsure about sacrificing time and finances, says Hafiza Abd Rahman, 25, in a phone interview. She and her husband school their four children aged 18 months to six years on the road while travelling for work as web designers.

Hafiza, who runs an online forum of mainly Malay Malaysian home-schoolers called Malaysia Homeschool Unite says full-time home schooling involves a level of personal commitment that often requires one parent giving up his or her career. It's a lifestyle change few are willing to make. To introduce the concept gradually, she runs workshops teaching parents how to be more involved in their children's lives after schooling hours.

"Many Malay [Malaysian] parents are interested but don't dare to do it because of financial issues. But my husband and I believe that the benefits are more. We can build our children's character and moral intelligence in a way schools cannot," says Hafiza. For her, the decision to home school was made primarily so she could breastfeed all her children. She also feels that public or private school systems result in children being spoon fed.

"Home schooling has allowed my children to develop skills and knowledge according to their different personalities. There should be diversity in education to bring out each child's passion, instead of placing all children like sardines in one tin," she says.

Human capital problem

pitching purple tent on the lawn
Home school includes learning different skills, like pitching a tent
(pic courtesy of Hafiza Abd Rahman)

The pros and cons of home schooling aside, early childhood education expert Datuk Dr Chiam Heng Keng attributes its increased popularity to certain weaknesses in the public school system.

"The weaknesses stem from the quality of human capital. Great programmes and systems are useless if educators are not interested in students' development. Not all teachers are bad, but I think the vast majority are not dedicated to the profession. To compound matters, few people go into education as a first career choice.

"In the end, there's too much emphasis on academic excellence and not enough on personal development," the serving National Human Rights Commission (Suhakam) commissioner says in a phone interview.

Little wonder then, if parents worry about whether teachers are capable of imparting the values they desire for their children, what more in a national school environment dominated by one race and religion.

"Parents are taking things into their own hands because they find that public schools just aren't cutting it or are promoting values that are not acceptable to their family," says David Tan, a home schooling parent who runs another support network at Home School Home Frontier.

Whose loss?

Many parents who home school their children prefer to lie low as they do not have exemptions from the Education Ministry to remove their children from primary school. Primary education in Malaysia is compulsory, and parents who do not comply are liable to a fine or imprisonment. The ministry grants exemptions, but usually only for children who are ill or with severe learning disabilities, or whose parents require frequent travel for work.

Parents seeking exemption for no other reason than to home school their kids say the process is bureaucratic and arbitrary.

(Corrected) In the meantime, however, the government has no intention of recognising home schooling, says education director-general Tan Sri Alimuddin Md Dom. "It's just a minority of people doing it. There are also other political aspects to consider like racial harmony. When children home-school, they miss the socialisation process of mixing with different races," he tells The Nut Graph.


Hafiza's eldest, Muhammad Kirua Hakimy, 6 (far left) at a dance class with other children
(pic courtesy of Hafiza Abd Rahman)

But Soon and Tan rubbish claims that home-schooled children are poorly socialised. Home school families often get together for educational activities and field trips where their children interact. Additionally, Tan questions whether racial harmony in public schools has been achieved. "Society has become more polarised after so many years of 'socialising' in regular schools," he observes.

Is official recognition by the government what home-schoolers want? After all, despite flouting the law, most parents carry on unhindered by the ministry.

The more pressing need, it appears, is for private tertiary education institutions to provide entry leeway to home-schooled teenagers. The usual route is to sit for the SPM as private candidates, since that is the only recognised qualification to enter local private colleges.

"In other countries, home-schooled students are given a higher entry bar for tertiary education, like writing a paper to qualify. It would be good if institutions of higher learning here could be [as] flexible. It would really help parents who can't afford to send their kids to study overseas," says Soon.

On the other hand, Tan feels that official recognition might bring government intervention and loss of autonomy. More importantly, he says, is for government to recognise that parents have the right over the care and education of their children in the manner they see fit.

And yet, with private or overseas institutions being the only route for home-schooled children to receive tertiary education, the ones on the losing end are Malaysian institutions and possibly the local workforce.

For the benefit of future generations, Soon wishes that the ministry could recognise home schools as a valid alternative system and engage them in exchanging ideas. After all, the government hopes to cultivate innovation and creativity in human capital, and could learn a thing or two from home-schoolers. favicon

See also:
Going private
Chinese medium schools to the rescue

Tomorrow: A commentary about schooling in Malaysia



Bypassing EC for local council elections

Posted: 10 Mar 2010 09:46 AM PST

The Coalition for Good Governance (CGG) applauds the Penang and the Selangor state governments for their political maturity in responding to the peoples' call to bring back local council elections.

CGG hopes that other state governments will also follow suit and take the brave step to bring back local council elections and restore mechanisms for local democracy.

However, we would also like to remind the Penang chief minister and the Selangor menteri besar that in the event that the Election Commission refuses to cooperate with the Penang and the Selangor state governments on the basis that it is of the view that there is still a need to amend federal laws, CGG proposes that state governments instead conduct a People-Oriented Selection Process (POSP).

CGG has conducted a research for the Selangor state government and given three options on how local council elections can be carried out. This POSP will by-pass the Election Commission and still give due recognition to the elected candidates. The POSP will run like an election, whereby candidates are 'nominated' by communities at their constituency levels.

Once nominated, the state government will name and appoint these nominees as the rightful councillors for the specified constituency. This method can be carried out in the shortest possible time frame - within 12 months. The POSP will enable citizens to reclaim their rights to the third vote.

As part of the prime minister's call, 'People First, Performance Now', CGG strongly urges the federal government to match this promise made to the people and restore local council elections as it was the federal government that abolished local elections in 1965.

Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak and his administration must be responsible to take the lead to ensure that the Election Commission assists in the administration of the local council elections in Penang and Selangor and ensure a free and fair elections.

CGG, as a coalition committed to local democracy, has started its campaign, People's participation, Right to Information and Local Council Elections (PIE campaign). The PIE campaign is to create new politics where citizens positively engage in a dynamic, relevant and vibrant local democracy.

Participating in local democracy is an efficient, effective way of influencing what happens to the people. This campaign is the rakyat's call for more effort to be put into place to increase the people's participation and to enact a Right to Information Act and also to bring back local council elections.

CGG, therefore, calls upon the federal government to rise to the occasion to improve accountability, transparency and to bring back justice to the citizens. Bringing back local council elections will be the litmus test for the principles of accountability, openness and transparency in all governments.

The writer is chair, Coalition for Good Governance. This letter is endorsed by both the CGG and the All Petaling Jaya Action Committee (Apac).



What They do Make with the Dead Elephant in Zimbabwe (Warning Crazy Images)

Posted: 10 Mar 2010 09:00 AM PST

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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TEAM WORK - English Alphabets in an Amazing View

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Tips on Malaysian Car Ownership

Posted: 10 Mar 2010 07:48 AM PST

Petrol Prices Wallahualam Tah betul atau Tidak???? Confius

Bukan senang cakap nak tukar nama pemilik kepada nama anak / isteri.

Kena ambik bab kita akan hilang NCB 55% insuran bila tukar nama pemilik baru.

Kena tukar keta yang value rendah jadi insuran pun rendah jugak.aaa mcm

keta MYVI, Viva 1.0 , Proton Saga 1.3 , bole laa tukar nama . Insuran baru pun

sedikit berbanding dengan keta Vios, Honda City dan sebagainya.

 

  Mekanisma subsidi petrol akan diumum pada Mac 2010.
- Beli petrol pada harga subsidi dengan menggunakan Mykad. Pemilik kenderaan
berdaftar hanya dapat subsidi untuk satu kenderaan sahaja.
- Sistem ini diuruskan oleh Maybank
- Ujian mekanisma ini akan dijalankan pada hujung Mac atau April
- Hanya dapat subsidi 200 ke 300 liter sebulan bergantung pada kapasiti
enjin
- Enjin 2000 cc ke atas tiada subsidi
- Kereta syarikat tiada subsidi
- Bila subsidi habis digunakan untuk sebulan, pemilik kenderaan beli petrol
pada harga tanpa subsidi iaiti RM 2.10 seliter untuk RON95.
- Harga RON95 bersubsidi mungkin akan naik pada RM 1.90 seliter.
- Harga RON97 tanpa subsidi mungkin naik pada RM 2.50 seliter.

Sumber :
http://paultan.org/2010/02/22/details-on-may-1st-new-fuel-subsidy-sys...

APA YANG PENGGUNA HARUS LAKUKAN
Cadangan :
- Jika ada lebih dari satu kenderaan, tukar milik kenderaan pada nama
isteri, anak-anak dan lain-lain, supaya setiap kenderaan dapat subsidi
.
- Sesiapa yang beli kereta belum tukar nama urusakan tukar nama segera untuk
dapatkan subsidi.
- Kalau ingin tukar kereta , guna kereta cc rendah atau guna motosikal.
- Desak majikan atau kerajaan menaikkan tuntutan elaun petrol untuk tugas
rasmi, kerana subsidi petrol sebulan 200 ke 300 liter hanya untuk kegunaan
peribadi.
- Pastikan cip Mykad berfungsi.
- Beri kesedaran kepada sanak saudara, jiran tetangga dan sahabat taulan
mengenai mekanisma baru ini agar mereka membuat persediaan awal untuk
menghadapi kenaikan harga petrol dan mekanisma baru penjualan petrol




Eerie

Posted: 10 Mar 2010 09:00 AM PST



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PRS “Senatorship..”

Posted: 10 Mar 2010 09:02 AM PST

Its another winnable strategy by PRS leaders in trying to solve the problems besetting SPDP and also allowing the Separatists 5 plus 3 to temporary park at PRS. Though the 5 plus 3  has not heeded the CM to "cool  it" they have on their part listened and were advised by the PM Najib not to start a new party but park at a current BN coalition partner.

PRS is in a win win situation and according to inform sources the PRS Wanita Chief Doris Brodie would be sworn in as Senator with effective from the 12th of March 2010. Of course this is another political message being handed down and its more than meets the eye. We offer our congratulations to her and as we answered our smses "VERY GOOD DESERVEDLY"-

Many congratulations to PRS and it seems the President has consented to her appointment with the blessings from the CM and approval from PM Najib.



N H Chan sees the next general elections as the only solution to an unsalvageable judiciary

Posted: 10 Mar 2010 08:33 AM PST

EDNESDAY, MARCH 10, 2010

In his latest scathing critique, he said the rakyat is "stunned by the ignorance of our judges of the highest court in the land", as seen in the recent Federal Court's decision not to review Anwar Ibrahim's application to review its previous decision dismissing his application for disclosure of documents for his second sodomy trial.readmore Supreme Court judges do not seem to comply with internationally accepted standards for managing conflict of interest in cases

I read the judgement on the Federal Court judgement on Anwar's sacking as lawful. And going through the the sun paper CJ Alauddin stated that MALABARI SNAKE has the authority under the federal constitution to sack his cabinet minister. FURTHUR he sAID I quote " THE KING as a constitutuonal monarch was requird to act in accordnce with the advice of the prime minister.Good so far. However how come the judges in the Perak case of Nizar did not apply the same logic i.e that the sultan follow the advice of the MB. Now we have two laws one for the agong and another for the sultans. Please MR JUDges don't think the man in the street are fools. ONE LAW for BN and another for PKR. You judges are a disgrace to this nation and me an ordinary rakyaat can see the difference. You CJ and the rest of your monkeys on the bench will have to answer for all th foolish and incompetent judgements yr dishing out to please yr masters in BN. AS GOD is our JUDGE the whole pack of you right from the top downwards will pay the price and your day of reckoning is near.YR WEalth accumlatd here will not help when judgement day comes.Lastly yr places are in HELL and you will burn for all erternity. I Curse you for all the wrongs that you judges inflict on this country. Pl don't forget MR Hacks who I AM SURE IS IN HELL fire paying for his sins for taking the side of the DEVIL in sodomy I readmore PART1 judges are predators, not protectors use by 'Malaysian Maverick: Mahathir Mohamad in Turbulent Times',
By Martin Jalleh

HALL OF SHAME

Eusoff ChinMOHD EUSOFF CHIN

DISGRACE#01 MOHD EUSOFF CHIN, CHIEF JUSTICE OF MALAYSIA FROM 1994 – 2000, SUBJECTED HIMSELF TO THE WORST KIND OF CORRUPTION, BY 'TAGGING' ALONG LAWYER V.K. LINGAM ON A FAMILY VACATION IN NEW ZEALAND IN 1994. HE SUBSEQUENTLY LIED TO THE ROYAL COMMISSION OF INQUIRY ON THE LINGAM TAPE SCANDAL.

S. Augustine PaulS. AUGUSTINE PAUL

DISGRACE#02 S. AUGUSTINE PAUL, CURRENTLY FEDERAL COURT JUDGE, SUBJECTED HIMSELF TO BE A POLITICAL WHORE WHEN IN 1998, WHILE BEING A KUALA LUMPUR HIGH COURT JUDGE, PARTICIPATED IN THE POLITICAL CONSPIRACY ORCHESTRATED BY THEN PRIME MINISTER MAHATHIR MOHAMAD. HE PUT THROUGH A SHOW TRIAL OF THEN-DEPUTY PRIME MINISTER ANWAR IBRAHIM AND SUBSEQUENTLY CONVICTED THE LATTER OF SODOMY AND CORRUPTION. AMONG HIS NOTORIETIES, HE ALLOWED THE PROSECUTION TO CHANGE THE TIME OF OFFENCE THREE TIMES WHEN ANWAR'S LAWYERS PROVIDED THE ALIBI.

Ahmad Fairuz bin Sheikh Abdul Halim
AHMAD FAIRUZ BIN SHEIKH ABDUL HALIM

DISGRACE#03 AHMAD FAIRUZ BIN SHEIKH ABDUL HALIM, CHIEF JUSTICE OF MALAYSIA FROM 2003 TO 2007, WAS TAPED IN THE 'JUDICIAL FIXING' SCANDAL WHERE HE WAS HEARD IN CONVERSATION WITH LAWYER V.K. LINGAM, ON HOW TO GET FAIRUZ TO BE ELEVATED AS CHIEF JUSTICE OF MALAYSIA. HE SUBSEQUENTLY LIED TO THE ROYAL COMMISSION OF INQUIRY THAT HE WAS NOT THE OTHER PARTY IN THE SAID TELEPHONE CONVERSATION.

ridwanRIDWAN BIN IBRAHIM

DISGRACE#04 RIDWAN BIN IBRAHIM, CURRENTLY JUDICIAL COMMISSIONER OF IPOH HIGH COURT, PARTICIPATED IN THE AFTERMATH OF PERAK STATE COUP BY NAJIB TUN RAZAK. HE FIRST CREATED THE STIR WHEN HE INFAMOUSLY RULED THAT FIVE LAWYERS APPOINTED BY PERAK STATE SPEAKER V. SIVAKUMAR HAD NO LOCUS STANDI TO REPRESENT SIVAKUMAR. THE ASTONISHING RULING FORCED SIVAKUMAR TO BE UNREPRESENTED EFFECTIVELY, AS HIS RULING ALSO STATED THAT SIVAKUMAR CAN ONLY BE REPRESENTED BY THE STATE LEGAL ADVISOR, WHO HAS BEEN SHOWN TO BE COLLUDING WITH THE ILLEGAL MENTERI BESAR ZAMBRY.

Ramly bin Hj AliRAMLY BIN HJ ALI

DISGRACE#05 RAMLY BIN HJ ALI, CURRENTLY A JUDGE AT THE COURT OF APPEAL, TOOK SIDE ON THE PERAK MB VS. MB ON MAY 12, 2009 WHEN HE ALONE HEARD THE APPEAL FROM BN MENTERI BESAR ZAMBRY AND GRANTED HIM STAY OF EXECUTION ON THE HIGH COURT RULING, WHICH DECLARED NIZAR AS THE LEGITIMATE MENTERI BESAR. RAMLY'S HEARING THE APPEAL ALONE WAS A SERIOUS DEPARTURE FROM THE NORM OF THE COURT OF APPEAL, WHICH HEARS CASES IN PANEL OF AT LEAST THREE JUDGES.

Balia Yusof bin Haji WahiBALIA YUSOF BIN HAJI WAHI

DISGRACE#06 BALIA YUSOF BIN HAJI WAHI, CURRENTLY A JUDGE AT KUALA LUMPUR HIGH COURT, DISMISSED ON APR 1, 2009, PERAK STATE ASSEMBLY SPEAKER V. SIVAKUMAR'S APPLICATION TO STRIKE OUT SUMMONS BY BROUGHT BY THE THREE INDEPENDENT ASSEMBLYMEN, SEEKING A DECLARATION THAT SIVAKUMAR'S ORDER TO DECLARE THEIR ASSEMBLY SEATS VACANT WAS ILLEGAL.

BALIA YUSOF'S DECISION IS A STARK VIOLATION OF THE VERY FUNDAMENTAL OF SEPARATIONS OF POWERS, WHERE PROCEEDINGS IN THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF ANY STATE CANNOT BE INTERVENED BY THE COURT.

Alauddin bin Mohd. SheriffALAUDDIN BIN MOHD. SHERIFF

DISGRACE#07 ALAUDDIN BIN MOHD. SHERIFF, CURRENTLY PRESIDENT OF THE COURT OF APPEAL, RULED ON APR 16, 2009 THAT PERAK ASSEMBLY SPEAKER V SIVAKUMAR DOES NOT HAVE THE POWER TO SUSPEND MENTRI BESAR DATUK ZAMBRY ABD KADIR AND SIX STATE EXECUTIVE COUNCIL MEMBERS FROM ATTENDING THE ASSEMBLY. IT IS A DECISION THAT WAS MADE IN BLATANT DEFIANCE OF ARTICLE 72 (1) OF THE FEDERAL CONSTITUTION WHICH SAYS,"THE VALIDITY OF ANY PROCEEDINGS IN THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF ANY STATE SHALL NOT BE QUESTIONED IN ANY COURT".

Arifin bin ZakariaARIFIN BIN ZAKARIA

DISGRACE#08 ARIFIN BIN ZAKARIA, CURRENTLY CHIEF JUDGE OF MALAYA, RULED ON APR 16, 2009 THAT PERAK ASSEMBLY SPEAKER V SIVAKUMAR DOES NOT HAVE THE POWER TO SUSPEND MENTRI BESAR DATUK ZAMBRY ABD KADIR AND SIX STATE EXECUTIVE COUNCIL MEMBERS FROM ATTENDING THE ASSEMBLY. IT IS A DECISION THAT WAS MADE IN BLATANT DEFIANCE OF ARTICLE 72 (1) OF THE FEDERAL CONSTITUTION WHICH SAYS,"THE VALIDITY OF ANY PROCEEDINGS IN THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF ANY STATE SHALL NOT BE QUESTIONED IN ANY COURT".

Zulkefli bin Ahmad MakinudinZULKEFLI BIN AHMAD MAKINUDIN

DISGRACE#09 ZULKEFLI BIN AHMAD MAKINUDIN, CURRENTLY FEDERAL COURT JUDGE, RULED ON APR 16, 2009 THAT PERAK ASSEMBLY SPEAKER V SIVAKUMAR DOES NOT HAVE THE POWER TO SUSPEND MENTRI BESAR DATUK ZAMBRY ABD KADIR AND SIX STATE EXECUTIVE COUNCIL MEMBERS FROM ATTENDING THE ASSEMBLY. IT IS A DECISION THAT WAS MADE IN BLATANT DEFIANCE OF ARTICLE 72 (1) OF THE FEDERAL CONSTITUTION WHICH SAYS,"THE VALIDITY OF ANY PROCEEDINGS IN THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF ANY STATE SHALL NOT BE QUESTIONED IN ANY COURT".

Nik Hashim Nik Ab. RahmanNIK HASHIM NIK AB. RAHMAN

DISGRACE#10 NIK HASHIM NIK AB. RAHMAN, FORMER FEDERAL COURT JUDGE, RULED ON APR 16, 2009 THAT PERAK ASSEMBLY SPEAKER V SIVAKUMAR DOES NOT HAVE THE POWER TO SUSPEND MENTRI BESAR DATUK ZAMBRY ABD KADIR AND SIX STATE EXECUTIVE COUNCIL MEMBERS FROM ATTENDING THE ASSEMBLY. IT IS A DECISION THAT WAS MADE IN BLATANT DEFIANCE OF ARTICLE 72 (1) OF THE FEDERAL CONSTITUTION WHICH SAYS,"THE VALIDITY OF ANY PROCEEDINGS IN THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF ANY STATE SHALL NOT BE QUESTIONED IN ANY COURT".

Mohd Zaki bin Md. YasinMOHD ZAKI BIN MD. YASIN

DISGRACE#11 MOHD ZAKI BIN MD. YASIN, CURRENTLY JUDGE AT SHAH ALAM HIGH COURT, PRESIDED THE MOCK TRIAL OF ALTANTUYA MURDER CASE, WHICH EVENTUALLY ACQUITTED ABDUL RAZAK BAGINDA, A CLOSE ASSOCIATE OF THEN DEPUTY PRIME MINISTER NAJIB TUN RAZAK,

The integrity of the judiciary has been badly mauled by a legal lion who does not mince his words no matter how high or mighty a judge thinks he is. He has called a spade a spade and certain members of the judiciary an "incompetent" and even an "idiotic" bunch!
All the Chief Justice (CJ) and the judges in the Palace of Justice have managed to do is remain mum, mute and mumble amongst themselves as N H Chan methodically makes them out for who they really are and the mockery they have made of the law!
The respected, renowned and retired Justice N H Chan is very frustrated, fed-up and furious at how the judiciary which he had served so faithfully has been reduced to a farce run by those who are legal and intellectual frauds or what he has called "imposters"!

ALL SET, JUDGES IN PLACE the untouchable beautifully beastifully Rosmah to sent Anwar Ibrahim to jail Rosmah has no time to entertain 'wild allegations'

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will the untouchable beautifully beastifull rosamah sent Anwar Ibrahim to jail?

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Mansor is unperturbed by the many wild allegations hurled against her by hostile parties.
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WITH EACH PASSING COMPROMISED JUDGMENT N H CHAN UNHESITATINGLY HITS OUT AT JUDGES WITH AN INCREASINGLY SHARPER STING. HE LEAVES NO STONE UNTURNED, NO ERRANT JUDGE UNCOVERED. THEY CAN "NO LONGER MASK THEIR HYPERBOLE JUDGMENTS WITH UNINTELLIGIBLE GARBAGE".

"Fools on the bench"
In his latest scathing critique, he said the rakyat is "stunned by the ignorance of our judges of the highest court in the land", as seen in the recent Federal Court's decision not to review Anwar Ibrahim's application to review its previous decision dismissing his application for disclosure of documents for his second sodomy trial.
N H Chan said the Federal Court's approach to Rule 137 of the Rules of the Federal Court 1995 was "inconsistent" and "dishonest" and "those ignoramuses" were talking "utter nonsense". Those "inane judges cannot even understand plain English"! He put it very plainly and painfully!
Calling the three-member panel of Justice Zulkefli Ahmad Makinuddin, Mohd Ghazali Mohd Yusoff and Heliliah Mohd Yusof "incompetent", he added "perhaps they were clowns as their statements were laughable".
His searing criticism was that they "…do not know justice from injustice", and that "such lowly individuals should never be allowed to sit on the seat of Justice…(and) to be judges at all. And yet there are so many of them in the judiciary today ever since the rot begun."
He shredded into smithereens the "judicial renaissance" of the CJ: "Our country does not need impostors, who pose as judges, to deceive the common people any longer. The common citizenry can now uncover the impostors hiding beneath the mantle of the judicature."
He laid bare the judicial sham: "With judges such as these in the Malaysian judiciary where, to them, the principles of the law are not to be consonant with justice to be manipulated by them to uphold injustice, it is no wonder that the errant judges have forfeited the confidence of the people. "
He left them with a stinging slap in the face: "The general public does not respect such judges anymore! They have put themselves beyond the pale. Just like pariahs. Don't you think they should be despised?"
On High Court judge Justice Mohamad Zabidin Mohd Diah's rejection of Anwar's application to have the judge recuse himself from further hearing the sodomy trial, N H Chan said that the judge was talking "utter nonsense" and "knew next to nothing about judicial bias".
He added that the "moral of this unsavoury episode" is this: if you appoint mediocre lawyers to the Bench you will get substandard judges. The solution to this problem is a simple one. Appoint judges from the cream of the legal profession and you will not find me assailing the judges for incompetence simply because I will not be able to do so."
Such was his cutting conclusion: "It is only when we have fools on the bench that I can point out that what they have decided is not the law."
"Bunch of idiots in high places"
N H Chan had not spared the judges in the cases related to the Perak constitutional crisis of his very strong language when scrutinising their decisions (with the exception of Kuala Lumpur High Court Justice Abdul Aziz Abdul Rahim whom he had praised).
He highlighted the "bad" and "perverse" judgments, especially those in the appellate courts, the collective written judgements which were "riddled with contradictions" and how the Perak and Federal Constitutions were toyed with and trampled on by the judges!
During the Perak debacle N H Chan had said that there are "many of our judges today especially among those judges in the higher echelon of the judicial hierarchy who do not seem to know the true meaning of separation of powers in constitutional law. This is most apparent."
He called some of the judges of the cases of the Perak imbroglio:
a) Bad judges – they "seem to think that independence means that they can do what they like"
b) Recalcitrant judges – "they think that words can mean whatever they want them to mean"
c) Humpty Dumpty judges – "they also think that they are independent of the legislature".
N H Chan has brought to light how beholden the judiciary is to the Umno-dominated Government. He said the "so-called Perak crisis has brought out a host of cases that showed that the judges gave the impression that they were one-sided. The perception of the people is that they sided with the BN government."
In the "shocking case" of Zambry v Sivakumar in the Federal Court, he called the judgment by the "infamous five" (judges) Alauddin Mohd Sheriff , Arifin Zakaria, Nik Hashim Ab Rahman, Augustine Paul and Ahmad Makinnuddin, a "perverse decision".
In the case of Nizar vs Zambry he called the panel of five Federal Court judges made up of the President of the Court of Appeal Alauddin Mohd Sheriff, Chief Judge of Malaya Arifin Zakaria, Zulkefli Ahmad Makinuddin, Ghazali Mohd Yusoff and Abdul Hamid Embong, "myopic judges".
They "were lost in a quagmire of confused thinking caused by their own incompetence. They found themselves deep in the forest unable to see the wood for the trees. Does this mean that we have a bunch of incompetent judges who sit in the highest court in the land?"
Alas, with the help of N H Chan the public especially those in Perak were able to see for themselves how members of the judiciary had left behind a dead constitution, "bad" and "perverse" decisions, dubious declaratory orders, judgments devoid of reasoned grounds, and disgraceful double standards.
Blind and Biased Judges
N H Chan has "judged the judges". He considers them, especially those in the appellate courts' "ignorant", "inane", "incompetent" and even "idiots" (which he has strongly inferred).
The public shares his view. In their eyes the judiciary has allowed itself to be intimidated, its independence and impartiality interfered with, and its integrity reduced to ignominy.
In the light of the severe criticism of N H Chan of the judiciary (which is quite unprecedented by a retired judge), surely the Chief Justice cannot stand idly, silently and stoically by – unless Zaki Azmi strenuously, staunchly and solemnly agrees with him!
Further if Zaki continues to remain silent the public will assume that he shares N H Chan's searing criticism of the judiciary. Logically he would have to resign for he has allowed the reputation of the judiciary to be sullied irreparably.
The judicial shenanigans whom N H Chan has criticized and castigated should also resign for having shamelessly sacrificed justice on the altar of political expediency.
N H Chan's comments on members of the judiciary have no doubt been bold, blunt and blistering. He has accused judges of being blind, biased and being a bunch of "idiots" and "fools". He has thrown the gauntlet down.
If the CJ disagrees with N H Chan's criticisms he should haul the former Court of Appeal judge into court and demand that the latter shows cause for why he should not be cited for contempt! Does Zaki have the guts to take up the gauntlet or will he prefer to allow the judicial circus to go on?
N H Chan has made no bones about it. His blitzkrieg on the judiciary will continue. "Bad guys" had better beware! He will ensure that their names remain in infamy for generations to come unless they recant the wrongs that they have done! He will even write their obituary and if they outlive him there will be others who will take his place!
N H Chan sees the next general elections as the only solution to an unsalvageable judiciary viewed by the public with greater suspicion, skepticism and even scorn. He once commented: "At the present time and judging by what we have experienced so far from the Perak takeover cases, the quality of most of our judges is suspect".
"In the meantime what should we do with so many bad apples in the barrel? If only there could be a change in government in the next general elections with the opposition winning by a landslide. Then we could get rid of all the bad apples by Act of Parliament."
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Is our CJ a lame duck? Or is this Ex-Judge right about our current judiciary's stupidity?

Posted: 10 Mar 2010 08:26 AM PST

Read this article from Malaysian Today!
All Malaysian should read this!

In his latest scathing critique, he said the rakyat is "stunned by the ignorance of our judges of the highest court in the land", as seen in the recent Federal Court's decision not to review Anwar Ibrahim's application to review its previous decision dismissing his application for disclosure of documents for his second sodomy trial.

By Martin Jalleh

The integrity of the judiciary has been badly mauled by a legal lion who does not mince his words no matter how high or mighty a judge thinks he is.

He has called a spade a spade and certain members of the judiciary an "incompetent" and even an "idiotic" bunch!

All the Chief Justice (CJ) and the judges in the Palace of Justice have managed to do is remain mum, mute and mumble amongst themselves as N H Chan methodically makes them out for who they really are and the mockery they have made of the law!

The respected, renowned and retired Justice N H Chan is very frustrated, fed-up and furious at how the judiciary which he had served so faithfully has been reduced to a farce run by those who are legal and intellectual frauds or what he has called "imposters"!

With each passing compromised judgment N H Chan unhesitatingly hits out at judges with an increasingly sharper sting.

He leaves no stone unturned, no errant judge uncovered. They can "no longer mask their hyperbole judgments with unintelligible garbage".

"Fools on the bench"
In his latest scathing critique, he said the rakyat is "stunned by the ignorance of our judges of the highest court in the land", as seen in the recent Federal Court's decision not to review Anwar Ibrahim's application to review its previous decision dismissing his application for disclosure of documents for his second sodomy trial.

N H Chan said the Federal Court's approach to Rule 137 of the Rules of the Federal Court 1995 was "inconsistent" and "dishonest" and "those ignoramuses" were talking "utter nonsense".

Those "inane judges cannot even understand plain English"! He put it very plainly and painfully!

Calling the three-member panel of Justice Zulkefli Ahmad Makinuddin, Mohd Ghazali Mohd Yusoff and Heliliah Mohd Yusof "incompetent", he added "perhaps they were clowns as their statements were laughable".

His searing criticism was that they "…do not know justice from injustice", and that "such lowly individuals should never be allowed to sit on the seat of Justice…(and) to be judges at all.

And yet there are so many of them in the judiciary today ever since the rot begun."

He shredded into smithereens the "judicial renaissance" of the CJ:
"Our country does not need impostors, who pose as judges, to deceive the common people any longer. The common citizenry can now uncover the impostors hiding beneath the mantle of the judicature."

He laid bare the judicial sham: "With judges such as these in the Malaysian judiciary where, to them, the principles of the law are not to be consonant with justice to be manipulated by them to uphold injustice, it is no wonder that the errant judges have forfeited the confidence of the people. "

He left them with a stinging slap in the face: "The general public does not respect such judges anymore! They have put themselves beyond the pale. Just like pariahs. Don't you think they should be despised?"

On High Court judge Justice Mohamad Zabidin Mohd Diah's rejection of Anwar's application to have the judge recuse himself from further hearing the sodomy trial, N H Chan said that the judge was talking "utter nonsense" and "knew next to nothing about judicial bias".

He added that the "moral of this unsavoury episode" is this: if you appoint mediocre lawyers to the Bench you will get substandard judges. The solution to this problem is a simple one. Appoint judges from the cream of the legal profession and you will not find me assailing the judges for incompetence simply because I will not be able to do so."

Such was his cutting conclusion: "It is only when we have fools on the bench that I can point out that what they have decided is not the law."

"Bunch of idiots in high places"
N H Chan had not spared the judges in the cases related to the Perak constitutional crisis of his very strong language when scrutinising their decisions (with the exception of Kuala Lumpur High Court Justice Abdul Aziz Abdul Rahim whom he had praised).

He highlighted the "bad" and "perverse" judgments, especially those in the appellate courts, the collective written judgements which were "riddled with contradictions" and how the Perak and Federal Constitutions were toyed with and trampled on by the judges!

During the Perak debacle N H Chan had said that there are "many of our judges today especially among those judges in the higher echelon of the judicial hierarchy who do not seem to know the true meaning of separation of powers in constitutional law. This is most apparent."

He called some of the judges of the cases of the Perak imbroglio:
a) Bad judges – they "seem to think that independence means that they can do what they like"
b) Recalcitrant judges – "they think that words can mean whatever they want them to mean"
c) Humpty Dumpty judges – "they also think that they are independent of the legislature".

N H Chan has brought to light how beholden the judiciary is to the Umno-dominated

Government. He said the "so-called Perak crisis has brought out a host of cases that showed that the judges gave the impression that they were one-sided. The perception of the people is that they sided with the BN government."

In the "shocking case" of Zambry v Sivakumar in the Federal Court, he called the judgment by the "infamous five" (judges) Alauddin Mohd Sheriff , Arifin Zakaria, Nik Hashim Ab Rahman, Augustine Paul and Ahmad Makinnuddin, a "perverse decision".

In the case of Nizar vs Zambry he called the panel of five Federal Court judges made up of the President of the Court of Appeal Alauddin Mohd Sheriff, Chief Judge of Malaya Arifin Zakaria, Zulkefli Ahmad Makinuddin, Ghazali Mohd Yusoff and Abdul Hamid Embong, "myopic judges".
They "were lost in a quagmire of confused thinking caused by their own incompetence. They found themselves deep in the forest unable to see the wood for the trees. Does this mean that we have a bunch of incompetent judges who sit in the highest court in the land?"

Alas, with the help of N H Chan the public especially those in Perak were able to see for themselves how members of the judiciary had left behind a dead constitution, "bad" and "perverse" decisions, dubious declaratory orders, judgments devoid of reasoned grounds, and disgraceful double standards.

Blind and Biased Judges
N H Chan has "judged the judges". He considers them, especially those in the appellate courts' "ignorant", "inane", "incompetent" and even "idiots" (which he has strongly inferred).
The public shares his view. In their eyes the judiciary has allowed itself to be intimidated, its independence and impartiality interfered with, and its integrity reduced to ignominy.
In the light of the severe criticism of N H Chan of the judiciary (which is quite unprecedented by a retired judge), surely the Chief Justice cannot stand idly, silently and stoically by – unless Zaki Azmi strenuously, staunchly and solemnly agrees with him!
Further if Zaki continues to remain silent the public will assume that he shares N H Chan's searing criticism of the judiciary. Logically he would have to resign for he has allowed the reputation of the judiciary to be sullied irreparably.

The judicial shenanigans whom N H Chan has criticized and castigated should also resign for having shamelessly sacrificed justice on the altar of political expediency.
N H Chan's comments on members of the judiciary have no doubt been bold, blunt and blistering. He has accused judges of being blind, biased and being a bunch of "idiots" and "fools".

He has thrown the gauntlet down.
If the CJ disagrees with N H Chan's criticisms he should haul the former Court of Appeal judge into court and demand that the latter shows cause for why he should not be cited for contempt! Does Zaki have the guts to take up the gauntlet or will he prefer to allow the judicial circus to go on?

N H Chan has made no bones about it. His blitzkrieg on the judiciary will continue. "Bad guys" had better beware! He will ensure that their names remain in infamy for generations to come unless they recant the wrongs that they have done! He will even write their obituary and if they outlive him there will be others who will take his place!

N H Chan sees the next general elections as the only solution to an unsalvageable judiciary viewed by the public with greater suspicion, skepticism and even scorn. He once commented: "At the present time and judging by what we have experienced so far from the Perak takeover cases, the quality of most of our judges is suspect".

"In the meantime what should we do with so many bad apples in the barrel? If only there could be a change in government in the next general elections with the opposition winning by a landslide. Then we could get rid of all the bad apples by Act of Parliament."


Najib idiotic excuse to deny Malaysian of their democratic rights!

Posted: 10 Mar 2010 08:15 AM PST

Penang, the state government announced that it has moved to restore local government elections.
The local election will involve two municipal councils - the Municipal Council of Penang Island (MPPP) and Municipal Council of Seberang Perai (MPSP).

Chief minister Lim Guan Eng said he had sent a letter to Election Commission (EC) chief Abdul Aziz Yusof two days ago asking the commission to conduct election for both local councils.

The premier added that those vying for a spot on local councils will be too busy campaigning for their posts, rather than performing their roles effectively.
It has been over 40 years since the government outlawed local council elections through the Local Government Act 1976.

Local polls were suspended following the declaration of emergency on Sept 3, 1964, which remains in force.
In a rebuttal, Penang CM, Lim Guan Eng said that this (local election) is an accepted practice worldwide as out of 192 countries, the third vote is practiced in 101 countries.
"If they can successfully do this even in Africa, why can't we do the same here?"
Even if it has not been carried out for the past 45 years, the excuse given by the Election Commission (EC) that it has no experience of holding the local government elections and hence is not sure about it, is insane," Lim said at a press conference."
Don't use such lame and shallow excuses and this matter should be addressed in a mature manner."
Perhaps the EC can look to the other countries which have been carrying out the local government election for years for advice."
We should give the people back their third vote."Lim said contrary to Najib's belief that it would lead to politicking, local government elections would force the municipal councillors to work harder for the people as their survival would no longer be via political appointments but being elected by the people.

I think Najib is either the dumbest PM yet or he has a hidden agenda!

The truth is that the current situation (without local election) is actually causing more politicking, corruption and inefficiency.

Simple facts!
1. A person will do all they can to please their pay master/boss /the person with the power to hire or fire them!

2. So who is the Boss?!?
Is it the "rakyat" or the corrupt UMNO cronies!??

3. Is Najib so dumb that he cannot understand this simple logic?
Or does he have an ulterior motive?


Interesting Aspects of Warren Buffet

Posted: 10 Mar 2010 10:24 AM PST

"I always knew I was going to be rich. I don't think I ever doubted it for a minute" - Warren Buffett

























Thoughts of Female

Posted: 10 Mar 2010 07:03 AM PST

 
The diagram demonstrates the THOUGHTS in a female and male brain during the simple question: "Shall we go for a party?"
 
 
 
 

Courtesy of Malaysian Scandal



It Does Not Matter Who You Are

Posted: 10 Mar 2010 07:07 AM PST

Police Officer

Posted: 10 Mar 2010 07:23 AM PST

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You got to love this Police Officer!

A police motorcycle cop stops a driver for running a red light. The guy is a real jerk and comes running back to the officer demanding to know why he is being harassed by the Gestapo! So the officer calmly tells him of the red light violation. The motorist instantly goes on a tirade, questioning the officer's ancestry, sexual orientation, etc., in rather explicit terms.

The tirade goes on without the officer saying anything.
When he gets done with writing the ticket he puts an "AH" in the lower right corner of the narrative portion of the ticket. He then hands it to the 'violator' for his signature. The guy signs the ticket angrily, and when presented with his copy points to the "AH" and demands to know what it stands for.
The officer says, "That's so when we go to court, I'll remember that you're an asshole!"
Two months later they're in court. The 'violator' has such a bad driving record he is about to lose his license and has hired a lawyer to represent him. On the stand the officer testifies to seeing the man run the red light. Under cross examination the defense attorney asks; "Officer is this a reasonable facsimile of the ticket you issued my client?"

Officer responds, "Yes, sir, that is the defendant's copy, his signature and mine, same number at the top."

Lawyer: "Officer, is there any particular marking or notation on this ticket you don't normally make?"
"Yes, sir, in the lower right corner of the narrative there is an "AH," underlined."
"What does the "AH" stand for, officer?"

"Aggressive and hostile, Sir."

"Aggressive and hostile?"

"Yes, Sir?

"Officer, are you sure it doesn't stand for Asshole?"

"Well, sir, you know your client better than I do!"



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