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10 October 2009

Dr M believes a weak BN will not benefit Malays

Former Umno president Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad admitted today that Barisan National (BN) is weak and Umno has failed the Malay community.

“Today Umno is weak, MCA is weak, Gerakan is weak, MIC is weak and because of that Barisan Nasional is weak. And when Barisan Nasional becomes weak, the Barisan Nasional government will be weak.

“A weak government will not be able to bring benefit to us,” he told party members at a function organized by Umno’s Petaling Jaya Selatan division.

Dr Mahathir asserted that Umno leaders were now preoccupied with personal interests instead of that of the community’s.

“This is the situation that we face today because we only emphasize personal interests rather the interest of race, religion and country.

“What we forget is that when our race is successful, a small group of us will also benefit. It is not possible for one race to be successful but their people not to get any benefits,” he said.

Dr Mahathir added that the people are no longer scared of Umno and BN.

“Back then when there was an election, our party will get two thirds of parliamentary seats and when we get two thirds majority, our strength is very strong so that we can if we wanted to amend the constitution.

“When we are strong, people will not dare to challenge us, people will not dare to make harsh statements that will raise tension among the different races,” he said.

The former prime minister pointed out that Malaysians no longer respected the government and had no fear of the law.

“Now it seems that nobody cares about the law because they assume that this is a weak government and the government cannot do anything.

“If they all break the law, what is the government going to do? And the government also knows that they cannot do anything. If they arrest anyone, tomorrow they will have to release them because of pressure,” he said.

Dr Mahathir also took the opportunity to lash out at his handpicked successor Tun Abdullah Badawi.

“Because he only prioritized himself, his family and he is involved in corruption so all of his family are involved in corruption. So today we can see that almost everything was destroyed when he became prime minister for five years,” he said.

Dr Mahathir said that Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak now has to compromise with the demands of different races because of the weak coalition he inherited from Abdullah.

“He is forced to entertain demands from other races. He now has to take from one race to give another race but this will not add support to the government.

“If we have to take what is rightful from one race to give to another race because we want to get support then we might get the support from this race but will certainly lose support from the other race,” he explained.

Tun Dr Mahathir also took a jab at Pakatan Rakyat and accused them of pretending to be “more liberal.”

“They encourage public discussion of sensitive issues which have caused tension among the races. The friendship and cooperation of the different races in the past no longer exists.

“Not only that but support for the ruling party which has been successful in developing the country has declined due to false accusations made by Pakatan Rakyat saying that we do not fight for the rights of our people,” he said.


The corruption in Malaysia can all be traced to your actions.

You can pretend to criticize and pretend to be a good person as much as you like. It will not wash away all the detrimental things you inflicted on Malaysia.

There is no reason why a weak BN should be bad for the Malays.

While BN is incompetent, there are others who are honest and sincere in bringing the rule of law back to Malaysia.

For all it is worth, Malaysia would have been a lot better off if TDM has never been PM.

You seemed to have forgotten or pretend not to know that all these weaknesses started during your time when you allowed rampant corruption, cronyism and nepotism in return for their absolute loyalty and obedience to fulfill your power mad obssession. Till now you are still blaming everyone for the country's present chaos and mess when the biggest cause of them all was you

Mahathir has shown his true colour by saying that UMNO controlled BN could do whatever it wants by amending the constitution with toothless MCA and MIC lacky boys. This is what he did by amending the constitution over and again which made the Prime Minister of Malaysia as the most powerful man with most important executive powers centralising in one man's hand. Mahathir, what you sow will definitely hunt you back when Pakatan Rakyat takes over the Federal Government because you paved the way for emergence of an iron fist Prime Minister. You will regret for that even in your grave yard.

An opportunity for MCA to move on

The surprising result of today’s MCA EGM could well turn out to be the best result Barisan Nasional (BN) and Umno could have hoped for.

The Malaysian Insider understands that members of Datuk Seri Najib Razak’s administration are privately pleased with the results because it provides an opening for MCA to move on beyond the infighting it has found itself mired in since Election 2008.

The best possible scenario could emerge, with the MCA central committee appointing an interim president as delegates at today’s EGM appear to have delivered a knockout blow to both Datuk Seri Ong Tee Keat and Datuk Seri Dr Chua Soi Lek.

For now, the delegates’ decision to pass a vote of no-confidence against Ong while refusing to reinstate Dr Chua as deputy president has thrown the party into chaos.

But it provides the central committee an opportunity an opening to solve the leadership crisis.

Besides appointing an interim president, the central committee may well decide to hold fresh party elections.

Much will depend on how the two protagonists respond to today’s vote. Ong was evasive when asked after the results if he would resign.

Dr Chua would only say that he accepted today’s decision. Between the two men, Ong has lost the most.

He will have little choice but to resign soon even though he only lost by a wafer-thin margin.

Under the party constitution, a two-thirds majority is needed to remove a sitting president.

But today’s results show that clearly, he has lost the confidence of his party just one year after winning the presidency.

Ong now lacks the moral stature to go on as president even though he may be entitled to under the party constitution.

He had also said previously that he would quit if he lost the vote.

His confrontational approach to politics has won him few friends in the party and among his BN colleagues.

Umno leaders have found him difficult to work with while the MCA under his leadership has not shown any signs that it can regain support from Chinese voters who are now firmly behind Pakatan Rakyat (PR) and DAP.

Today’s results showed that many in his own party are also no longer confident in his leadership.

If Dr Chua had won reinstatement today, he would have automatically become the MCA acting president.

But that scenario would not have gone down well with reform minded Malaysians because he is still tainted by his 2007 sex scandal.

Dr Chua as MCA president would have provided Najib with a sticky situation which has been avoided by today’s vote.

But he has shown he remains a potent force in MCA as his campaign had mustered enough support to knock out Ong even if it was not enough to elevate him.

Even though he has not been reinstated as the MCA No 2, Dr Chua could well still retain his position as BN’s coordinator in PR-held states as he remains close to the PM.

Still, the decision on whether the party takes up this opening to once and for all solve the leadership crisis lies in the hands of central committee members.


The most stupid decision. This really shows on the quality of Mca leaders. Can't even decide to to kick out Ong or to kick out Chua.
No wonder Umno was able to manipulate the party for decades.

The MCA ship is sinking fast. The next president will be one who is also subservient to UMNO. Time for MCA grassroot members to abandon ship or sink with it.

UMNO Using Thugs to Sodomize Democracy In Malaysia

Umno Youth made a bold claim that 4,000 of their members will
descend on Bagan Pinang, fresh after their Commando training.
Now, we hear that PAS volunteers being brutally attacked by thugs. About a hundred thugs attacked about 14 PAS workers who were putting up party campaign materials such as flags and posters.

What's troubling about this attack is that the victim ran from the mob who were targetting those sporting the PAS logo, and was later slashed at the police station. At least nine PAS volunteers were injured in this unprovoked attack. Umno Youth had earlier warned that the Members were not going to obey the Police and would take the law into their own hands to 'protect' Umno'sinterests in the Bagan Pinang by election.

Such a statement followed by this vicious attack shows Umno with the smoking gun. It appears that BN/Umno has shown it's true colors by resorting to mob mentality to stifle democracy by intimidating the rakyat with such mob attacks.

Already the buffoon, Muhydeen Yassin is denying that Umno is behind the attack. Instead, he is saying that it was PAS which was playing psychological warfare by accusing Umno Youth of being behind the attack. Maybe, Muhydeeen being the dumbo he is, will try to pin the blame on the Indonesians from BENDERA who have threatened to invade Malaysia and attack Malaysians with bamboo spears and parangs.

Whatever the case, the Police, especially the IGP Musa Hassan (if he is really a man), should haul up the Umno Youth leaders as well as stop the 4,000 Umno thugs from setting foot in Bagan Pinang. BN/Umno has gone too far this time.

The frog and the dog

To simplify things, we can safely assume that East Malaysian politics are different from their West Malaysian counterparts. Even when the West Malaysian politicians are playing for keeps, the Sabah and Sarawak politicians play this game on a distinctively altered platform where the art of staying ahead means leaving the populace behind.

Both Sabahans and Sarawakians are dissimilar from the West Malaysians populace. For a start, their respective histories are different. So are the culture, way of life, local traditions, dialects and ethnic configurations. Non-Muslims in the West are not accorded Bumiputera statuses, the indigenous people of East Malaysia are. West Malaysian politics are characterized by race and religion, East Malaysian politics are however distinguished by ethnicity.

The two major characteristics of East Malaysian politics are shifting loyalties and political patronage, hence the reptile and the canine. The frogs are those that seek greener pastures elsewhere by offering themselves as pawns and the dogs are those that who are willing to stay as pawns provided that the greener pastures are brought to them. This does not simply imply that the frog and the dog does not exist in the West Malaysian states but rather the inference that these slime subsist on a smaller scale and of less frequency as compared to the East Malaysian power players whose supporters can be forgiven for mistakenly wearing the wrong T-shirt and cap to a political rally to support their heroes.

First, Sabah. (Sarawak will be covered at another time.) Here is an example of a typical Sabahan frog in motion. Jeffrey Gapari Kitingan is the younger brother of PBS President Joseph Pairin Kitingan. Jeffrey started his political career with PBS but quit the party after the 1994 state elections (which PBS won) to join Angkatan Keadilan Rakyat Bersatu (AKAR). Within months of being accepted as a member, he mounted a leadership challenge but lost. Out he goes in 1996 and back into PBS (brothers can be very forgiving). Four years later in 2000, he once again quit PBS and joined PBRS. Another leadership challenge at PBRS once again saw him being unsuccessful and he left PBRS in 2002 to declare himself an “independent” Umno member because Sabah Umno had openly declared that the party did not want him as a member. With the ingenuity of a frog with regal intentions, Jeffrey managed to produce a valid Sabah Umno membership card, much to the consternation of the Sabah Umno, which proceeded to revoke his membership immediately after discovering that the former PBS-AKAR-PBRS member had applied (and was accepted) for membership using his legal name of Gapari bin Kitingan. How Sabah Umno failed to recognize the larger-than-life Jeffrey Kitingan during the application process just shows the inefficiency of those vetting the application.

At any rate, Jeffrey could have foregone all this trouble and stayed in PBS, thus becoming a BN member easily enough as PBS had rejoined BN prior to the 2004 state elections, but Jeffrey wanted to get out from under his brother’s overwhelming shadow. Anyway, the Sabah BN coalition partners were not amused when Umno accepted PBS’s reapplication into the BN fold as PBRS and UPKO were soundly beaten by PBS in the last state election held in 1999. To further aggravate the situation, all present PBRS and UPKO leaders were former PBS members. Ouch!

Neither were the other BN coalition parties in Sabah pleased with this outcome as PBS was a strong Kadazan-Dusun party (winning all Kadazan seats in 1999) and the current state government. Sabah MCA, Sabah Gerakan, LDP and SAPP were furious when TDM (who cares about Umno) okayed PBS’s stop and go entry into BN in 2002, as this would mean a smaller allocation of seats for them. Sabah MCA wanted 1 parliamentary and 2 state seats. Sabah Gerakan, being the new boys in town wanted the same allocation as MCA reasoning that both MCA and Gerakan are equal members on the coalition. LDP and SAPP both wanted to retain their previous allocations. Here is where the doggies come in.

Sabah MCA reports to MCA and MCA reports to Umno. So, when Ling Liong Sik was summarily informed by HRH TDM that PBS will be rejoining BN, all Ling could do was to relay the news to Edward Khoo who responded by wagging his tail. The same thing happened with Lim Keng Yaik, Chong Kah Kiat and Yong Teck Lee. After a lot of huffing and puffing, the four non-Kadazan parties and two Kadazan parties were non-starters and meekly did a woof…woof, six tails wagging in tandem.

From this combination of reptilian and canine traits came the rebirth of Sabah DAP but the party had only managed to capture 1 seat (twice) in both the 2004 and 2008 elections. DAP was dormant when PBS was the Opposition in Sabah but once PBS rejoined BN, it was up to DAP to solitarily carry the flag. PAS has tried a few times to infiltrate into Sabahan politics but was unsuccessful.

Call them what you will but East Malaysian politics will not change anytime soon but will still be dominated by these frogs and dogs. Accepting frogs does not mean automatic success as discovered by PBRS to their dismay when they accepted 6 of such reptiles in 2000 (3 subsequently made U-turns and hopped right back into PBS) as the remaining 3 all lost their contested seat in the 2004 state elections. Pakatan also learnt the hard lesson when Gabriel Adit Demong did a froggie leap from PKR after spending less than a year there.
If somehow or rather Pakatan does win the next Sabah State Elections, we will see a new kind of species emerging forth from this East Malaysian Political Tsunami – rodents (genus Rattus) , as in rats scrambling to leave a sinking (BN) ship.


Sabahan politicians are just treating politics as mere toys.

They cannot be called politicians, as their mindsets are deeply embedded in their self-interest pursuit of monetary gains and egoistic power, at the expense of the tax-payers and the local citizenry who are being taken for a ride for so long a time!!!.

But the populace have themselves to be blamed for not being politically conscious enough to detect these dogs, frogs, and rodents for what they are.

Indeed the collective consciousness of Sabahans has yet to reach a critical mass to cause for a drastic CHANGE and TRANSFORMATION.

The same old political landscape in Sabah will continue to wear its ugly head with this species of canines and frogs and rodents roaming round the streets come the election day.

Sigh.... when will they ever learn

East Malaysia politicians from both the political divide are the same. Most are simpletons who try to project themselves as sophisticated know-all people's leaders. Look into their background and you'll find that they are really mostly kampung idiots who have better luck than most by being elected. That's why things like social responsibilities towards the rakyat eludes them. They think that they are chosen by their respective party to sit on the wagon train to suck our money and nothing else matter. To them it's not corruption but a reward when they steal our hard earned money. As for West Malaysia politicians, they are not much different except that they all want to be warlords.

MACC probe into MCA president is still ongoing

The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) said investigations into MCA president Datuk Seri Ong Tee Keat was still ongoing but have not denied reports that investigations so far have drawn a blank.

Its deputy chief commissioner Datuk Abu Kassim Mohamed said: “I cannot confirm or deny the report so as not to jeopardise investigations,’’ he said.

He was speaking to editors from several Chinese news dailies during a media briefing at his office here.

The Star and Nanyang Siang Pau had reported that MACC had not found any evidence that Ong had received RM10mil from Kuala Dimensi Sdn Bhd chief executive officer Datuk Seri Tiong King Sing for party activities.

The report, quoting sources, said that investigations by the MACC had so far drawn a blank and nothing had been uncovered to back Tiong’s allegations.

It said that MACC officers, besides questioning all those allegedly involved, also checked their bank accounts.

Tiong’s two private jets, worth millions of ringgit, have been frozen by the police as well as a plot of land and a car.

Ong had denied receiving the RM10mil and has filed a RM500mil suit against Tiong for unfounded and defamatory remarks following the Port Klang Free Zone (PKFZ) disclosure. The High Court has set Nov 4 to hear the suit.
Tiong is also being investigated by the police and the commission for fraud, including overcharging, and over unsubstantiated claims in the construction of the controversial RM4.6bil PKFZ project.


MACC cannot and will not probe OTK (ten million $) because he is waiting for PM to say the go ahead. Do not expect them to complete the investigations.

*corruption* is part and parcel of BN politics;you will never be charged if you are wearing the BN badge;even though you had been charged once,they still look up to you like God;see Isa and action speak louder than words;pathetic scenario

You can kill a Mongolian and never be convicted. What is merely corruption in BN...

keep dreaming... they call it "wang politik BN" which is "isu teknikal".

Blogs gaining upperhand in 'battle' against conventional media

Universiti Malaya's (UM) Media Studies Faculty lecturer Prof Madya Dr Abu Hassan Hasbullah said the new media is like a 'new trust' that traverses all boundaries of politics, economy, culture, ethnicity and religion.

It has to be admitted that blogs, which are part of the new generation media, have wielded great influence and swayed the thinking among the Malaysian public.

For certain reasons, blogs have gradually but distinctly usurped the influence that used to be exerted by the conventional media such as television, radio and newspapers.

The emergence of streams of blogs has reflected the society's awareness on the importance of having information but unfortunately this 'leeway' has provided the room for manipulation by irresponsible quarters.

Such a situation gives rise to a poser.

To what extent that the trials and tribulations created by this new media has its impacts on the society and nation, and what is its repercussions on the people's thinking?

Universiti Malaya's (UM) Media Studies Faculty lecturer Prof Madya Dr Abu Hassan Hasbullah said the new media is like a 'new trust' that traverses all boundaries of politics, economy, culture, ethnicity and religion.

"It is embraced by almost all of the people in the world," he told Bernama here.

This new media wielded great influence over the younger generation as they are IT-savvy and have the 'urge to know'.

Hence there are concerns among the authorities that parties with vested interest would manipulate this new media to benefit their subversive aims and objectives.

A recent example was how blogs were manipulated to create friction in the Malaysia-Indonesia ties. Even though this was not reported in the local media, but those who frequented the cyber world knew about it.

In Malaysia where the population is multi-ethnic, the challenges posed by this new media is seen to be getting more critical.

Not totally independent

In Malaysia, there is no screening for this new media which is based in the Internet.

Malaysians are given the liberty and access to gain whatever information they want apart from airing their views online via blogs and news portals as provided by the Communication and Multimedia Act 1998.

This Act also empowers the Malaysian Communication and Multimedia Commission as well as the police to haul up those who breached the rules.

Among the provisions of the Act on this are Section 211 and Section 233 on repulsive and obscene contents as well as abuse of the network facilities and services respectively.

Among that barred by the above sections are all forms of obscene comments, views and suggestions as well as other abhorent communications. Also included are all forms of threats that meant to hurt, dishonour and bring disrepute to others.

As of July this year, the authorities have investigated 52 cases under sections 233/211 that involved e-mails and websites.

According to the Commission, the authorities have charged 11 cases in court that involved eight individuals alleged to have sent comments that insulted the Sultan of Perak.

Even in the United States, there were bloggers who were hauled up for breaching the country's laws.

Cyber threat

In Malaysia, the cyber threat is on the rise and this has drawn the attention of Information Communication and Culture Minister Datuk Seri Dr Rais Yatim.

According to Dr Rais, this cyber threat has turned to be more grievous than the visible dangers as it can infiltrate the minds of the younger generation undetected.

Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM) Professor of Information Communication Technology, Prof Dr Musa Abu Hassan agreed with this.

He said the younger generation would be easily swayed as they are not matured enough to differentiate between the truth and baseless allegations.

"Internet access is wide and expansive. Every people has access to it.

"Blogs give freedom to the people and they feel not tied up to the conventional media which has restraints and shackles," he said.

He said the 'media convergence' like that combines texts and visuals also made the new generation to prefer the new media which is more dynamic.

"What begins as a mere blog that has personal touch has turned into social partnership," said Prof Musa, adding that the younger generation viewed the conventional media as only representing certain groups.

Saiful Nujaimi Abdul Rahman in his book "Kewartawanan Malaysia: Praktis dan Cabaran" (Malaysian Journalism: Practices and Challenges) wrote that when reading blogs, the readers were unable to differentiate between information and facts.

The UPM lecturer in communications wrote for information, truth, ambiguousity and confusion came together while facts were had gone through the proces of screening.

"By logic, can we trust information that came from unreliable sources like that which has no publication licence, no news reporting integrity and no responsibility about what was reported," Saiful Nujaimi wrote in his book.

Influence on youths

The emergence of this new media is closely linked to the younger genration where a recent study revealed that this group spent 16 hours a week to surf the Internet with or without being noticed by their parents.

This has opened up the room for pornography and has become the attention of the Information communication and Culture Ministry.

However the government's 'gullibility' towards practitioners of the new media should not be abused and turned into a licence to spread lies against any parties including the authorities.

In this context, the younger generation should be wise enough to be selective over what is being offered in the Internet despite a survey that showed only about 23 per cent readers of blogs believed what was written in them.

According to Prof Musa:"We should be aware on the sensitivity of the involved parties when giving comments or views".

He said the existing Acts are sufficient to monitor the cyber world in the country.
The words of Dr Abu Hassan summed up all. "The media should be for the benefit of all and not the otherwise".


Our newspapers are really like toilet papers without neutrality, responsibility and justice in their minds. Lets forget about them and switch to honest blogs.

"..According to Dr Rais, this cyber threat has turned to be more grievous than the visible dangers as it can infiltrate the minds of the younger generation undetected...."

Why should it be a threat? This works both ways. If Rais and co. know how to use the blogs well, they could turn it to their advantage. There is a push pull factor here. Sure the Net and blogs pull in those who seeks the truth but what push them there was the Govt's biased reporting in the first place. Fine if the control was for sincere reasons but most times it was used to hide the dirty tricks the Govt had committed. And the main media is so blatantly pro Govt., that the people do not trust it anymore and so look elsewhere for the truth

Actually the govt is afraid of the blogs solely because most exposed the truth. If the govt ministers are all squeaky clean, they hv no reason to fear these blogs. The fact & the truth remains, majority of the blogs are stripping the corrupt govt naked for all to see. What we have seen is f-ugly, disgusting, outrageous and blatant audacious ripping off the country's wealth by a small group of people.

In a country of such a small size, of such low insignificance, we have the highest number of undesirable issues. Everything traced back to umno and to money via corruption & useless projects. Endless drain of money. In this century, we are looking at billions being frittered away - millions is out-dated.

Raja Petra Still Cannot Be Traced

(Bernama) -- The Sessions Court on Friday was told that a warrant of arrest issued against blogger Raja Petra Raja Kamarudin could not be served as he still could not be traced despite various efforts by the police.

Deputy public prosecutor Mohd Hafiz Mohd Yusoff said the show cause notice to Raja Petra's bailor, Mable@Marina Lee, also could not be served.

He said this at the trial of Raja Petra, who is charged with defaming the prime minister's wife, Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor and two others.

Today is the second time the case was called up for mention. The first was on May 26 when the arrest warrant was issued.

Raja Petra, 59, is charged with defaming Rosmah, Lt. Col Abdul Aziz Buyong and his wife Lt. Col Norhayati Hassan, in a statutory declaration made at the Jalan Duta Court complex here at 10.25am on June 18 last year.

Investigating officer ACP Aziz Zakaria, who was testifying under oath, said police had taken various steps to locate Raja Petra, including placing an officer to monitor his house in Sungai Buloh.

"We do receive information on Raja Petra's movement and have tried to locate him at several locations where he would normally be, but until now we don't know where he is," he added.

He said efforts to track down Raja Petra would continue as he also had a case at the Petaling Jaya Sessions Court, which had also issued an arrest warrant against him.

Aziz also said he could not ascertain if Raja Petra was still in the country or not.

Judge Mohamad Sakeri Mamat set Nov 13 for final mention of the case.

Final postponement to serve arrest warrant on Raja Petra

(NST) - The Sessions Court granted a final postponement to serve a warrant of arrest on Raja Petra Kamarudin in connection with a criminal defamation case.

Judge Mohamad Sakeri Mamat set Nov 13 as the next mention date following an application by DPP Mohd Hafiz Mohd Yusoff for a month to try and serve the warrant of arrest on the blogger and a show-cause notice to the bailor, Marina Lee Abdullah, Raja Petra’s wife.

The warrant of arrest was issued on May 26 when Raja Petra failed to turn up in court for the defamation trial.

It was no-show again by him for the mention on the warrant of arrest on July 2.
Yesterday was the second mention date since the arrest warrant was issued.

Mohd Hafiz told the court that in view of the fact that there were no immigration records showing the blogger had left the country, they still wanted to try to serve the warrant on him.

At this juncture, defence counsel J. Chandra and Amarjit Singh argued that since there was no explanation on the steps taken to locate Raja Petra, he should be granted a discharge not amounting to acquittal.

After a 45-minute stand down, investigating officer ACP Aziz Zakaria told the court that they had gone to Raja Petra’s given address in Sg Buloh and checked out the places he was known to frequent, but had not been able to trace him.

But when defence counsel asked him if he had contacted the Immigration Department to see if Raja Petra had left the country, Aziz said: “We used our own networking, but I did not contact the immigration department directly. I don’t know if he is overseas or not,” he replied.

Raja Petra, 59, was released on RM2,000 bail with one surety when he was first charged on July 17 last year with three counts of criminal defamation over a statutory declaration on the murder of Mongolian model Altantuya Shaariibuu.

He is alleged to have defamed the wife of the prime minister, Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor, Lt-Col Norhayati Hassan and her husband, Lt-Col Abdul Aziz Buyong, by making a libellous statement in the declaration.


I have just returned from Afganistan. I saw RPK there. I asked what he was doing there. He said he is meeting Osama and later going to Mongolia to meet ltantuya's father.

now he is in Mongolia. Dare PDRM go there and get him. If PDRM thinks C4 is great, wait till the Mongolians lay their hands on any PDRM officers or their masters. Those bastards will wish they were never born and curse the woman that give them life.

So PDRM get your plane an do there before RPK goes somewhere. You probably can catch his fart

The man is already a legend. Someday, we must make a movie about him- Hollywood style...

hehehe catch me if you can.

My advise to all the morons- Better throw all of RPK'a nonsensical cases out and stop embarassing the incompetent government any further. In the next election we will make sure this government DISAPPEARS!

09 October 2009

PAS workers attacked, claimed to be done by Umno

The by-election campaigning of Bagan Election took an ugly turn when some PAS party workers were assaulted in several incidents that took place at 3pm yesterday and some during the early hours of Thursday.

According to Abdul Rashid Hassan Basri, the security chief of PAS, 9 people were injured in the attacks allegedly done by about a hundred members linked to Umno.

The 14 PAS workers were putting up campaign material when they were attacked. He said "He was slashed with a samurai sword. The victim ran from the mob - who targeted those sporting the PAS logo - and was later slashed at the police station.”

According to Salahuddin Ayub, the Elections Director of the Bagan Pinang Pas, “The victim was surrounded by a group who came in 13 cars and 16 motorcycles. Their purpose was to provoke us. This was started by (Umno supreme council member) Abdul Azeez (Rahim) on nomination day. 9 police reports have been lodged but he laments that the police have been slow to act.”


This is what BN UMNO celaka are, by using GANGSTER UMNO PUTRA way to make troublesome. Imagine more than 50 gangster attacking PAS youngster in PAS camp.
Is true MELAYU hantam MELAYU...
this is what BN UMNO is...

What type of behaviour was this Umno Youth?never been to school and learn good?or our education system really a failure?

Umno is the breeding ground of gangster,warlord,robber and murderer?

Our country has no more future!Pls use your vote wisely people!

This Ketuanan Melayu was exactly the smoke screen UMNO used to fool the Malays to loot the country of itrs riches and enrich themselves and thier cronies. No one is betraying the rakyat but you UMNO thieves yourself. we are true blooded loyal Malaysians and want to stop the rape of the economy under the falsehood of your Ketuanan Melayu. Warisan you know very well that the simple kampung malay folks have been duped all this while by all these rhetoric empty cheap talk and slogans, while you bastards in UMNO line yuour pockets. Now you want to spin aand blame the non malays. It won;t work anymore, warisan as the malays have realised how the POLITICALLY-inclined UMNO thieves were having them for breakfast, lunch and dinner and then shit right on their heads.

or may bee.....this people....

ha ha ha...I know who these people are......those are some of the Indons who wanted to attack Malaysia with bamboos !!!!
Imported by UMNO to create frictions in the Bagan Pinang by-elections, they did not use bamboos because UMNO provided them with samurais .

No contest against Taib

MIRI: Tan Sri Abdul Taib Mahmud is set to lead the Sarawak Barisan Nasional into the next state elections, following the move by Parti Pesaka Bumiputra Bersatu (PBB) to declare a no-contest for its top posts.

Over the past month, a flurry of PBB division meetings have been taking place all over the state with delegates pledging their undivided support for Taib to continue to lead the party.

These party activities culminated with the announcement by its two deputy presidents, Tan Sri Alfred Jabu anak Numpang and Datuk Amar Abang Johari Tun Abang Openg, that there would be no contest for top party posts and that grassroots members had agreed Taib was still needed to helm the party and the state.

PBB permanent chairman Datuk Seri Awang Asfia Awang Nassar later confirmed the stand when he said it was the party’s tradition not to force the president to step down.

Johari, who is also State Housing Minister, had told grassroots leaders during a division meeting in Kuching that the PBB divisions had agreed to maintain the current party line-up at the very top levels, so there were to be no contests for the posts of president, deputy president and senior vice-president in the party’s triennial delegates’ conference early next year.

PBB branches are currently holding their meetings at the various divisions statewide.

PBB is the biggest Barisan component party in Sarawak and the backbone of the coalition.

The PBB president is also the Sarawak Chief Minister by tradition. The chief minister is also the state Barisan chairman.

The latest development in PBB means that Taib, who has been PBB president since 1981, will hold the record as the longest-serving president of any Barisan component party.

Taib will also set the record as the longest-serving chief minister in the country – 30 years in all – by the time the next state election is held. The next state poll is due in May 2011.

Political observers told The Star yesterday that the other Sarawak Barisan component parties – the Sarawak United Peoples’ Party (SUPP), the Parti Rakyat Sarawak (PRS) and Sarawak Progressive Democratic Party (SPDP) – were expected to follow in the footsteps of the PBB leaders and pledge their support for Taib to continue to lead the state.

SUPP is led by Tan Sri Dr George Chan Hong Nam, who is also State Deputy Chief Minister 1, State Industrial Development Minister and State Agriculture Modernisation Minister.

PRS is led by Datuk Seri James Jemut Masing, who is State Land Development Minister, while SPDP is led by Datuk Seri William Mawan Ikom who is State Minister for Social Development.


PBB has just hit the final nail into the coffin as far as democracy in Sarawak is concerned. Taib Mahmud is bleeding Sarawak and that's common knowledge to everyone and yet the politicians in PBB are so stupid as to retain him with all kinds of filmsy excuses. The power brokers in PBB are calling for no contest of top posts because they merely want to protest their vested interest and continue to enrich their coffers. I can't see any other logical reason for PBB's stupid no-contest order.
And the plundering and abuses continues unabated by one tribe against the many other tribes living in abject poverty and hardship since 1963 or 46 years

Can Isa make it a self-fulfilling prophecy?

If Barisan Nasional (BN) candidate Tan Sri Mohd Isa Samad wins the Bagan Pinang state seat when voters go to the polls on Oct 10, it could very well be a case of self-fulfilling prophecy.
From the get-go, Isa has been touted as a “sure win”, boasting credentials including being Negeri Sembilan menteri besar for 22 years and former federal territories minister. This confidence is largely reflected in Isa’s campaign and possibly has an effect on his opponent’s morale.

Isa, 59, is well-received when he hits the trail. He needs no introduction and delivers his standard speech with ease, charismatically calling on voters to support BN for continued development and prosperity.

The Umno veteran plays a proactive role in his meet-and-greets; always jovial, ever ready to crack a joke, to shake hands and smile for photographs.

His opponent, a lesser known Negeri Sembilan PAS commissioner Zulkefly Mohamad Omar, meanwhile appears to lack the political finesse and charm despite running for election for the fourth time.

Zulkefly, 44, seems approachable but is slightly awkward when meeting voters, often relying on his party colleagues and Pakatan Rakyat (PR) peers to show him the way and make introductions.

This time around, PAS’ election campaign appears to be lacklustre compared with its previous poll runs, which saw an impressive display of party machinery.

Asked on this, PAS vice-president Salahuddin Ayub conceded that the party’s machinery was not as smooth this time as the party faced financial difficulties, having participated in eight previous by-elections with PR.

PAS does not have a strong footing in Negeri Sembilan unlike its PR partner, DAP, which is operating an efficient supporting campaign.

PKR, the other partner in the PR coalition, has been largely invisible in the last six days of campaigning. While both Isa and Zulkefly have addressed local issues, what is likely to make the difference to voters would be whether the candidate can walk the talk.

PR leaders have consistently brought up Isa’s previous “taint” as the former MB was slapped with a three-year suspension from Umno after he was found guilty of money politics in the 2004 party elections.

Similarly, PAS has also been making daily revelations to highlight Isa’s failures and alleged abuse of power when Isa was menteri besar. But these minor bombshells appear not to have slowed Isa’s momentum thus far.

Isa has taken these allegations head-on, fielding questions from reporters and providing answers, even if his responses sound like a line out of politicians’ standard script.

However, some voters may still be endeared to Zulkefly, who is heralded as the “clean” politician which Malaysians want to see.

PAS and DAP figures have conceded that winning this by-election would not be easy as PR was up against a massive political figure by comparison.

There are no “hot issues” to fuel PR’s campaign, DAP’s Lukut assemblyman Ean Yong Tin Sin told The Edge Financial Daily recently. “There are small local issues but when you touch it, it doesn’t burn you,” he said.

Controversial national issues — including the recent “cow head” protest against the relocation of a Hindu temple in Shah Alam, temple demolitions and the death of political secretary Teoh Beng Hock — have not had a strong resonance in Bagan Pinang.

The temperature is expected to rise from Oct 9 as the opposition big guns, including PKR adviser Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim and PAS spiritual leader Datuk Seri Nik Aziz Nik Mat, being pouring into town to throw their weight behind Zulkefly.

However, it remains to be seen if the “Anwar Ibrahim factor” would help give PAS’ efforts a last-minute boost. The real battle ground in Bagan Pinang is largely the Malay votes. This small constituency is a Malay-majority area and traditionally an Umno stronghold.

Bagan Pinang has 13,664 voters of whom 8,577 or 62.77% are Malays, 1,498 (10.96%) Chinese, 2,834 (20.74%) Indians and 755 (5.54%) others.

Isa may be confident of victory but the real test would be in the volume of Malay support he receives in his hometown.
PAS vice-president Salahuddin Ayub told reporters on Oct 8 the party was sure of a 15% jump in Malay votes but remained cautiously optimistic of a win.

The Chinese votes are believed to be rather safe in PR’s pocket, as DAP is strong in Negeri Sembilan, while the Indian votes are difficult to gauge at this moment.

The Indian community living in the estates are expected to vote for BN.

Going by conventional wisdom, older voters are more likely than younger ones to support BN. Based on statistics from PAS, about 37% of Bagan Pinang voters are below the age of 40 and this could work to the opposition’s advantage.

Voters aged 26 to 40 make up 33.09% of the electorate while those aged 21 to 25 account for 4.15%. Voters in the 51-60 age bracket make up 20.65% while those above 61 comprise 17.01%.

There is also room for surprise if the younger constituents who are working outstation return to Bagan Pinang this weekend to cast their vote.

Postal votes are another key battle ground as there are 4,604 of such votes out of the total of 13,664 votes in Bagan Pinang. Although the postal votes are considered a reliable source of votes for BN, there is still a chance for a small surprise, bearing in mind that PAS’ candidate Ramli Ismail grasped a quarter or 1,189 postal votes during the general election last year.

This was despite Ramli’s defeat to BN incumbent Azman Mohammad Noor, who passed away on Sept 4.

In the event it loses, PAS can still celebrate a minor victory if Zulkefly succeeds in widening the party’s share of postal votes. Bagan Pinang makes its decision on Oct 10.


From the get-go, Isa has been touted as a “sure win”, boasting credentials including being Negeri Sembilan menteri besar for 22 years and former federal territories minister. This confidence is largely reflected in Isa’s campaign and possibly has an effect on his opponent’s morale.


Pakatan Rakyat to register as a coalition

Lim says Pakatan Rakyat will seek registration as a coalition

After a few run-ins with the law, the Pakatan Rakyat will register itself as a coalition following clarification from the Registrar of Societies (ROS), Lim Kit Siang said.

The DAP strongman’s party and allies PKR and PAS have found it difficult to campaign as a coalition in by-elections, especially in the current Bagan Pinang vote, due to election rules that only allow contesting parties to put up logos and posters.

"The Pakatan Rakyat will seek registration as a coalition under the Societies Act with the stand of the Registrar of Societies that the law requiring at least seven political parties to register as a society does not apply," the Ipoh Timur MP said in a statement this morning.

He said the electoral pact will seek registration as a coalition under the Societies Act 1966 with the stand taken by the Registrar of Societies Datuk Md Alias Kalil that the law requiring at least seven political parties to register as a society does not apply.

Section 2 of the Societies Act 1966 defines “society” as including “any club, company, partnership, or association of seven or more persons whatever its nature or object, whether temporary or permanent, but does not include —

(a) any company registered under the provisions of any written law relating to companies for the time being in force in Malaysia;

(b) any company or association constituted under any written law;

(c) any trade union registered or required to be registered under the provisions of any written law relating to trade unions for the time being in force in Malaysia;

(d) any company, association or partnership formed for the sole purpose of carrying on any lawful business that has for its object the acquisition of gain by the company, association or partnership, or by the individual members thereof”.

"This has been interpreted as requiring any coalition of political parties to have at least seven constituent political parties to be registered under the Societies Act.

"However, as the Registrar of Societies has now taken the position that a coalition of political parties does not fall under this provision, Pakatan Rakyat will seek registration as a coalition under the Societies Act to work for national reforms and political changes if Malaysia is to restore her national unity, sense of purpose and international competitiveness," the veteran leader said.

A DAP billboard put up for the Bagan Pinang by-election is taken down by municipal council officers in front of the DAP operation centre in Port Dickson as it broke election rules that only allow contesting parties to put up logos and posters.

The three parties had come together as the Barisan Alternatif in 1999 but that unregistered coalition fell apart two years later over PAS's insistence for an Islamic state. DAP and PAS were also in separate alliances in the 1990 polls — Gagasan Rakyat and Angkatan Perpaduan Ummah — which shared a joint partner in the now disbanded Semangat 46.

The Pakatan Rakyat scored historic wins in Election 2008, denying the ruling Barisan Nasional its customary two-thirds parliamentary majority by snatching 82 seats in the 222-seat Parliament and four more state governments under the leadership of opposition icon Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim.

It has since lost Perak when three lawmakers quit to be independent.


A good giant step for PR. This is what I have been waiting to hear all this while. Without a legal party to consolidate PKR/PAS/DAP, with sets of rules and regulations to adhere to, PR is seen to slide into a the free-for all boxing ring. No way PR can prove its viability in running the government under such situation. Now lets see the next step

Its supreme council is due to meet in December to formalise the pact with a common charter and logo. Despite a desire for unity, the allies are still sorting out thorny issues among the three parties over administration and ideological philosophies.

07 October 2009

The Real Reason for Hating DAP is Their Open Tender Policy. Malay Rights Comes Second

I met an old friend and he use to get contracts from the old Penang government. He has a tendency towards UMNO. He began complaining about the DAP administration, that DAP is discriminating against Malays, disrespecting Islam by allowing the Ghost Festival procession to be held next to the State Masjid and many more. He also says that the DAP government is “kurang ajar” to Malays and the Islamic condition in Penang.

Then I asked him about contracts. How is the contract situation in Penang. He says that contracts are harder to get now because all contracts are subject to open tender. So, then I told him, the core of his hate towards DAP stems from DAP’s open tender policy. That, if DAP were to start awarding his company directly like during the UMNO days, he would turn into a staunch DAP supporter overnight?

He kept quiet. There was a dead silence for a few seconds. Then, I continued saying that Malays are always looking for easy out. I told him that the DAP open policy is to ensure that future generations of Malays in Penang will have the opportunity to bid for contracts rather than inheriting a bangkrupt and dilapidated State.

Direct Awards are expensive, costing the state millions unnecessarily and encouraging unproductive Malays to make easy money without creating a multiplying effect on the economy. With open tender, the start of the policy will be difficult but in time it will create a lot of productive Malay entrepreneur which in turn will create more economic opportunities for Malays in general. In the long run, more Malays benefit from the Open Tender policy of DAP.

And I summed up by saying UMNO should stop making stupid issues against the DAP and come clean with the fact that their rank and files (which are mostly contractors) HATES the Open Tender policy of DAP to the guts. All that they are bringing up against DAP Penang administration are just smoke screen to hide the fact that they hate the Open Tender policy to their guts.

And, UMNO contractors are suffering right now because they were never efficient and productive all this while and they survive and thrived by bleeding the Penang state dry with their direct awards contracts.

I told my friend that he should stop yapping and start looking for ways to improve his efficiency and productivity. That will be a better service to the Malays as compared to complaining about things which is unfounded and stupid. That is IF HE REALLY CARES ABOUT THE MALAYS, and not himself more.

Tulang Besi


Sometime when a person got so use of getting "hand-outs" (i.e. the easy way), they could no more able to see the benefits through "hard work".

Actually, at times I do sincerely pity the Malays that they have come to this level of thinking (though not all of them , but mostly). Not able or afraid of "hard work" or to even compete in the open market. In fact some find it so difficult to change. We can happily blame BN especially UMNO.

But at the end of the day, one has to put effort in order to change one's situation.

Wish that one day, the malays could realise that in the real world, a lot of things do not come in a silver plate.

PKR welcomes Khairy's call for probe into Anwar

PKR's election machinery director Saifuddin Nasution Ismail today welcomed calls by Umno Youth to probe PKR de facto leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim's alleged "billion-dollar bank account", but wants similar investigations to extend to other politicians.
Saifuddin was responding to Umno Youth chief Khairy Jamaluddin's call for police to refresh its investigations into allegations made by former Bank Negara assistant governor Datuk Abdul Murad Khalid in 1999 that Anwar had RM3 billion in several master accounts.

Abdul Murad later retracted the statutory declaration in which he detailed his allegations, but Khairy maintained that the matter should still be investigated for public interest.

Speaking at a press conference here, Saifuddin said: "We agree with the Umno Youth chief based on the principles that leaders must be whiter than white... not only Anwar as opposition leader, but for all politicians."

The Machang member of parliament then turned the tables, saying this would present him an opportunity to renew his previous police reports against other politicians, as well as reveal fresh cases.

Saifuddin charged that former political analyst Abdul Razak Baginda, who is said to be a close confidant of Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak, should similarly be probed for his involvement in negotiating the government's purchase of submarines via Abdul Razak's company, Perimekar Sdn Bhd.

The transaction sparked public criticism when it was reported that Perimekar had earned a hefty commission from the deals.

Saifuddin added that Khairy should similarly be investigated to ascertain how the young politician, who is former Prime Minister Tun Abdullah Ahmad Badawi's son-in-law, could afford to take up stakes in investment and stockbroking-based company ECM Libra Avenue Bhd.

Khairy had purchased 10.2 million shares or 1.23% in ECM Libra Avenue Bhd at 71 sen each in December 2005 and sold his entire stake for 65 sen a share on Aug 11, 2006.

"We welcome Khairy Jamaluddin's efforts. This is to ensure that the political stage is filed with clean politicians. The rakyat deserves clean politicians and this gives us a chance to reveal new cases," Saifuddin said.

Saifuddin also asked Khairy to specify when and where the police report will be lodged, adding that he would personally accompany Khairy to the police station.

In a statement on Oct 6, Khairy said Umno Youth would lodge a police report over allegations that Anwar had RM3 billion in several master accounts in a bid to restart police probe into the allegations.

“This is a very serious accusation. When Abdul Murad’s statutory declaration was made, many wondered about the results of the investigations. Many still want to know whether the accusation is true and if it is, what the next course of action will be,” Khairy said in a statement yesterday.

The Umno Youth chief was responding to recent newspaper reports quoting Anwar’s friend-turned-nemesis Datuk K S Nallakarupan, who claimed the opposition leader had a lot of resources.


Billionaires through corruption :
Mahashithead and Sons, AP Queen, Samy Toll, Daim Diam, Najis, Tiong and their cronies, etc.

Multi-millioaires through corruption :
Sleepyhead, KJ, Toyol Tempe, Mohd2Taib, Taib Sarawak, Ling, Chan, all AMNO MBs and their cronies, etc

Well done, Khairy. We totally agree with you that the allegation that Anwar has amassed Rgt3 Billion must be investigated. While you are on this crusade to clean up politics in Malaysia, how about also asking for Mahathir to be investigated. It is openly clear to everyone that Mahathir and his sons are filthy rich and Mahathir's close friends are amongst the richest in Malaysia. A probe into how Mahathir and his sons and close friends have become so vulgarly rich will pave the way for cleaner politicsin Malaysia. Do you DARE to call for an investigation into Mahathir or are your going to tuck your tail between your legs and quickly huddle into the nearest hole as you have been doing since Mahathir's punishment metted out to your for corruption in the UMNO Youth leader elections?

Another stupid politician living in glass house trying to throw stones!

KJ must be investigated to ensure that those who accused are themselves clean and if Anwar's accusations are found to be false and malacious, KJ must face the consequences.

It's easy to raise all sorts of accusations until they find out that the consequences of false accusations is indeed very costly!

PKFZ probe: Tiong’s assets frozen

Police have frozen assets and properties belonging to Kuala Dimensi Sdn Bhd (KDSB) chief executive Datuk Seri Tiong King Sing, in the latest development of the Port Klang Free Zone (PKFZ) saga.

The KDSB CEO was notified of the seizures yesterday, which were done as part of investigations into the PKFZ scandal. Tiong had been quizzed by the Commercial Crimes Investigations Department (CCID) last month over alleged irregularities in the development of the Port Klang Free Zone (PKFZ) trans-shipment hub.

It is believed that police are going after Tiong’s assets — which includes a luxury private jet — using the Anti-Money Laundering Act.

Tiong, who is also Barisan Nasional Backbenchers chief, had previously claimed he made a RM10 million cash donation to MCA president and transport minister Datuk Seri Ong Tee Keat and was believed to be close to the MCA minister.

However, he began his attacks against Ong after the minister’s task force began blaming KDSB for the massive cost overruns faced by the PKFZ.

The Port Klang Authority (PKA) had lodged a report against KDSB and four other parties alleging a possible conspiracy to commit fraud in the development of the troubled transshipment hub.

PKA also says it has found RM1.4 billion in questionable claims made during the development of PKFZ and lodged a police report against KDSB and BTA Architect.

The free-trade zone project began as a joint venture between the Port Klang Authority and the promoters of the Jebel Ali Free Trade Zone in 1999 to attract foreign investments to the port.

The land from the project belonged to Kuala Dimensi, which acquired the property in the 1990s for RM96 million, or roughly RM3 per sq ft.

The land was subsequently sold to the Port Klang Authority in 2002 on a commercial basis, for RM1 billion, or roughly RM25 per sq ft, government documents show.

The port authority later awarded Kuala Dimensi sole rights to develop the free-trade zone, which has been hit by cost overruns and mismanagement.


We have enough Wayang Kulit from BN/UMNO. Another whitewash to show that they are taking action. The man should have charged and placed in lockup by now. Yet, he is still scot free. In the thinking of BN/UMNO, Malaysians must be blind and stupid

This is how we want our police to act. Fair but firm. And not sacred to take the necessary action when needed.

Datuk Seri Mohd Bakri Zinni. You do not need a study on how to improve public perception of the police. Continue doing this and public perception will improve.

but....Only frozen the developer is useless. The actual person such as politician that involves is outside the bribery.

Amid Bagan Pinang campaign, Muhyiddin announces extra day off for Deepavali

Call it populism or an election move but schoolchildren will be happy – they are getting an extra holiday, courtesy of Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin.

His announcement today that state education directors have been told to approve requests for an extra day off to celebrate Deepavali comes in the middle of the Bagan Pinang by-election campaign in which Indian votes are seen as crucial.

Muhyiddin, who is also Education Minister, said the ministry had received many requests from parents and schools.

“The decision was made to enable parents to make plans for their families to travel earlier and avoid traffic jams,” he said after having a look at students sitting for the first day of the Penilaian Menengah Rendah (PMR) examination at SMK Presint 8 (1) on Wednesday.

Muhyiddin, who is also the Education Minister, said schools could opt to take either occasional holidays (cuti peristiwa) which need not be replaced, or replacement holidays.

“Schools taking the replacement holiday need to hold their classes on Oct 31,” he added.

Deepavali falls next Saturday, while voters in Bagan Pinang go to the polls this Sunday.

Indians make up about 20 per cent of voters in Bagan Pinang.

While Barisan Nasional (BN) is expected to win the vote because the seat is a traditional stronghold for the ruling coalition, Indian votes could turn the tide if the contest is closer than expected.

There are concerns that Indian sentiment may have turned against BN.

This is a result of the recent controversy surrounding protests by Malay-Muslim residents against the relocation of a Hindu temple to their neighbourhood. Umno was blamed for instigating the protests.

But BN leaders have been working hard, making direct overtures to the Indian community.

Umno leaders have also been bypassing the MIC, whose president Datuk Seri S Samy Vellu is seen as a major liability.

Samy Vellu has become a highly unpopular figure with the Indian community, and has come under intense pressure to quit.

In the ongoing Bagan Pinang campaign, Umno leaders have even made it a point not to be photographed with Samy Vellu.


Another way of BeEnd giving "RASUAH" school holiday.....for Deepavali...!

podddaa..........hari raya cuti replacement....for deepavali...replacement holiday....what are u trying to do, JOKER?

PAS and DAP declare truce in Selangor

After a two-hour sit-down today, PAS and DAP leaders in Selangor declared an end to their animosity over a slew of issues which have destabilised the Pakatan Rakyat (PR) state government.

Leaders from the two PR parties stepped out of their meeting today pledging to defend the state administration and ensure its stability amid speculation that some of the alliance’s lawmakers were prepared to defect to Barisan Nasional (BN).

PAS and DAP have been at loggerheads over a host of issues, including the ban on beer in Muslim majority areas and the Select Committee for Competency, Accountability and Transparency (Selcat).

However, PAS Commissioner Datuk Dr Hasan Ali declared that both issues had already been resolved, although the issues were discussed.

There are differences between the two parties in terms of views and principles, said Hasan, but “in the spirit of friendship”, these differences, including the sale of beer and Selcat, can be overcome.

“Both sides realise there is a lot of room for cooperation and will use the avenues available.”

They also agreed to avoid letting differences of opinions and views affect the image of the PR state government.

Hasan added that more meetings of a similar nature will be held between the two parties, and will also be extended to PKR.

Leaders from both sides put on a united front during the press conference after the meeting, which was described as civil and frank.

PJ Utara MP Tony Pua said both sides aired their views during the meeting.

“I said what I had to say, and I am happy with that.”

Klang MP Charles Santiago said there was an acknowledgement during meeting that both side had been playing to the gallery by raising issues in the press.

“Both sides had gone overboard, so internal mechanisms will be found to resolve issues internally.”

He said it was agreed that leaders would keep the channels of communications open and avoid going to the press


Happy to have heard that truce has been declared in Selangor.
But Dap & Pas leaders should set their priorities right so that this feeble coalition remain steadfast and strengthened. The rakyat would be fed up with the constant outbursts over trivial matters.
Top party leaders should put their local leaders under a tight leash respectively, so that they keep in line with party policy matters. Only then can PR hope to continue to rule

Armani calls on voters in Bagan Pinang to allow BN to continue development agenda

The Barisan Nasional (BN) should be allowed to continue with its development agenda, so say Datuk Armani Mahiruddin, the Wanita Umno Chief of Sabah who urged the voters of Bagan Pinang to vote wisely.

She said “There was no reasons for the people not to support the policies of the Barisan Nasional-led government. The BN success in maintaining peace and progress rested on the overwhelming support of the people that had enabled it to implement the policies,"

She added that "Only the BN can improve the livelihood of the people, provide infrastructures and basic amenities, and upgrade human capital,"


UMNO is a political loser that leads the country to nowhere. They do not understand what is going on the outside world. They have no clue where Malaysia will be in the next 30 years. With the 3 new superpowers, i.e India, China and Russia standing tall and high together with USA and the Europe Union, they do not know what kind of world it would be and how Malaysia is going to compete and share the ever smaller slice of cake of the world economy.

They only know how to get the Malays to fight with other Non-Malay on tiny issues within Malaysia, while the two races know jolly well that the issues they are fighting are trivial and is totally
self-satisfying. UMNO does not give a damn to how the poor Malay is going to live in the future and they do not care about the real benefits of the poor Malays. They only want the votes from them.
The NEP is a good evidence on how they benefit the cronies, instead of the poor Malays. Despite all their despicable acts they still want to cling on to power for their own personal gains..

What else can she perpetuate her continued time to scrounge on the country's wealth.The Sabahans might believe her..I hope the voters of Bagan Pinang would not swallow hook and sinker what she said

Get your priorities right – DAP tells EC

The EC (Election Commission) has come under fire from DAP for harping on trivial issues instead of getting on with the by-election at Bagan Pinang.

According to M Kulasegaran, the vice-chairman of DAP, "There are more pressing and urgent reforms that the Election Commission must undertake to win back the confidence of voters and Malaysians in general, There are a several key issues which the EC must give priority to in the Bagan Pinang by-election:

* Ensure that the electoral roll is clean and without any phantom voters.
* Ensure that candidates are allowed to campaign in army camps.
* Ensure that fair media coverage is fair and honest.
* Ensure that there is no abuse of government recourses and funds.”
It was reported earlier that the EC has called on the Pakatan Rakyat to register with the ROS as a legitimate party as only then they are allowed to put up campaign material like posters and banners, otherwise, it is the duty of the EC to remove them. Kulasegaran added that “The DAP opposes such unnecessary and undemocratic restrictions and urged the EC to get its priorities right . EC must be reminded that its most important role is to ensure an election or by election that is free , fair and clean. It must not complicate things or make things difficult for the opposition. EC's time and resources should therefore be spent on resolving the above issues rather than on imposing unnecessary restriction on trivial issues."


The Election Commission MACC, POLICE are part and parcel of BN.Nobody cannot this fact.




EC should be made an independent body, with officials strictly elected by members of SUHAKAM, Transparency International, Bar Council, PIBG teachers, etc.


I had an interesting discourse with a number of friends who were my colleagues in the military; some retired and a few others still in the service. I had just wanted to hear from them their views regarding the political landscape surrounding the by-elections in Bagan Pinang where all parties says that the postal votes will be crucial in determining which party wins or loses.

Besides the by-elections, I also wanted to confirm the much talked about Army leadership changes that is expected to occur soon upon the retirement of the incumbent Army Chief.

What I have heard wasn't too pleasing to my ears because the leadership changes subsequent to the retirement of the Army Chief is said to be mired in controversy, i.e. one that is not based on merit, seniority, competency, etc etc; but is based on the factor of 'I know him better than others'. In other words, there is a scheming plan to promote certain preferred individuals who will supposedly will act as their business proxies when the incumbent leader retires from the service. This to me is incredulous, but the murmurs are obvious around the corridors of the Department of Army, as well as outside the military circles. What is unbelievable is that such murmurs are openly being debated among junior officers who now thinks that cronies now lurks even in this honourable profession.

When discussing the by-elections in Bagan Pinang, someone showed me an invitation card for the Anniversary Celebration of the 2nd Armoured Regiment at Sungala Camp, Port Dickson held on October 5th 2009. The invitees includes top army commanders and some notable UMNO politicians who have all decided to make their way to Port Dickson for the function.

I tried to reason out why was there a need for such 'luminaries' to attend just a simple regimental function, where the main host ought rightly be the Commanding Officer (CO) himself. If at all the CO wants to extend an invitation to someone of a higher rank, it could have been just the Brigade Commander. But in this instant, there were too 'many stars' from Kuala Lumpur, and some ministers who were guests to the function that was organised too close to a by-election. Now, this smells fishy!

I do not know if this was sheer coincidence, but my intuition tells me that it wasn't. It certainly has the by-election as the primary reason, and please prove me wrong for such reasoning. If my intuition is right, then I only have to blame the star studded army officers for their utter ignorance and failure not to understand and recognised the sensitivities of having too many ministers attending a simple regimental function that is organised a few days prior to a by-election, and is held in the constituency of Bagan Pinang. Or are the star studded army officers dancing to the tune of the honourable UMNO ministers? And please forgive me if I and many others perceive the aforesaid to be true.

Now, with regards to the proposed change of the army leadership, I am told that the plan had began back in 2005. Some of the preferred officers were promoted in double quick time, ahead of those who already have the seniority. But for some unknown reason, these officers who already have an edge in seniority are being left in a lurch, and are bewildered as to why have they have been by-passed in the promotion exercise. This is indeed an unhealthy trend that has also created groups within the army heirachy, i.e. one that is favoured and forms the inner circle by the leadership, and the others being left on the periphery. It is believed that the factor of clan is also a criteria to determine who forms the grouping. This is simply outrageous.

As I was writing this posting, I received a call from Port Dickson to confirm that the people who attend the recent function where PM Najib had announce the renaming of Port Dickson as the Army Town had received an envelope containing cash worth RM300. How fortunate are these people to be receiving such largesse from our generous PM, and if only I knew, I wouldn't mind lining up among the mass to receive the cash that is more than sufficient to pay off my petrol expenses.

Just imagine, if there were just 500 people attending, what would be the total payout, and if it were 1000 people, just times that by two. What generosity?


Isa hits out at ‘hypocrites’

Tan Sri Mohd Isa Samad, the former Mentri Besar of Negeri Sembilan who will be contesting in the upcoming by-election of Bagan Pinang under the BN’s umbrella has hit out at his critics for his past where he was convicted of money politics during the 2004 Umno party elections.

Isa, who has been serving the state for 22 years believe that he has the advantage as he is well-known every where he goes.

On claims from Salahuddin Ayub, the director of elections from PAS who said that he has a dismal record as the Mentri Besar of Negri Sembilan. He said "There is no need to answer him. Salahuddin is better off advising the menteri besar of Kelantan. If they can match Negri Sembilan's economic success, then hats off to them. They can't improve the economy, because in Kelantan they are too busy with politics. Even religion is turned into a political issue. There is no time for development,"

He added that the people should not vote for hypocrites, like PAS who has since compromised their beliefs and principles in order to gain votes and to please their partner parties. He added that "That is why we must reject PAS. They never practise what they preach. In Bagan Pinang. They said they won't indulge in personal attacks, but they still do. If PAS - a self-proclaimed Islamic party - behaves like this, what more can we expect from DAP or PKR? In 1997, there was the economic crisis, and economic experts in PAS said the solution was religion. But they didn't say how. During the first MTEN meeting, I was still the menteri besar at the time and all the menteris besar came for a meeting. Kelantan was represented by Nik Aziz (Nik Mat) and PAS was represented by Abdul Hadi Awang. I wanted to see what suggestions these PAS people could bring. But they kept silent throughout! How can we expect such people to rule the country? Hancur (we'll be in ruins)!"

He also commented on those who raised the issue of his suspension citing that some from the opposition parties were also in the same boat. "I violated the code of ethics for party elections and my membership was suspended for three years. For that, they (opposition) say I cannot contest (in the by-election). Anwar went to jail for six years and Lim Guan Eng spent a few years in jail, but they are allowed to contest and I am not. That is hilang akal (they have gone mad). There were supporters who wanted me to leave Umno, but I said I can't. I don't see any other party that can rule the country like BN. Don't forget, I won the vice-presidency with the highest number of votes. Don't you think I wasn't angry when I was suspended? But I didn't lose my head."


Money politics is halal in UMNO - how pathetic and this clown is trying to justify it.

just look at Ali Rustam still sitting as CM of Melaka and KJ elected as UMNO youth leader. Don't these morons have any credibility left??

Now the young would think that corruption is truly accepted and is alright within the Malayisan society. So why bother with MACC and pay gaji buta to all those employees??

Hey Isa, in UMNO there is this thing called Melayu Boleh and with this mentality you guys will continue to do things against the normal course of law.

This mentality will not only destroy the party but also the bangsa as well. A thief if a thief whichever way you try to name it but as I say UMNO boleh in everthing that is against the norm.

Let those people in NS decide whether they want to have a guy with unclean record representing them or otherwise. Dont forget we have 1 big head in Melaka who is the CM and found guilty as well but no action taken.

Melaka sickness may spread to NS as well??????

‘Tsunami’ ends here, give me ‘face’ vote for Isa – Negeri Sembilan MB

The Mentri Besar of Negeri Sembilan Datuk Seri Mohammad Hassan claims that the political ‘tsunami’ which saw the opposition parties gaining more ground than the Barisan Nasional in the last general election and the subsequent by-elections will end with the upcoming Bagan Pinang edition.

He said that the trend will reverse and it will start with Bagan Pinang. Hassan, who was having a dialogue with a group of doctors and nurses has called them to vote for Tan Sri Mohd Isa Samad, the BN candidate and give him ‘face’.

He said "Please give me face and return to BN its dignity. Under my leadership, here in Negeri Sembilan, we'll push back the tsunami. Can you do that? I seldom do this but I really want a favour from you all. Please vote for BN. Please give BN a chance. We need a stable government. This is no time to be playing politics. I have been menteri besar for five years, you all know that I'm busy with work and I don't like to play politics,"


Hello Cow Head chief minister do you know that the Tsunami is now heading south? After Bagan Pinang it will head on to Johol.

Why must we giving you face ? We have no brain , no energy but depend on ISA haha shame shame shame on me

MohD Hassan, to give face to anyone u dont need to ask pls. We the raykats are not that blindly unless u ppls in UMNO deserved n earn for it get me. A corrupted n a liars government where is your dignity n how low can you go on begging in such a desperado situation huh.

These umno leaders must all be under tremendous pressure, most of them seems like talkin nonsense or acting like idiots or is this their normal self. No wonder the country is rotting, with leaders like them, who'll be suprise.

Compare BN with Kelantan to see PAS’ governing inability - DPM

Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin, the Deputy Prime Minister has taken a fresh swipe at opposition party PAS saying that one should just look at how the state of Kelantan is governed by the party in the past 20 years and compare it with the track record of the Barisan Nasional and that the leadership is a proven one with Malaysia being the most developed countries in the world.

He said "If we go to Kelantan, we will be able to see how backward the state governed by PAS is. It also among the poorest states in the country. In the Manik Urai by-election held recently in the state, the BN almost won and this was proof the people of Kelantan were disappointed in PAS, which purportedly wanted to make Kelantan a progressive Islamic state and called it the "Corridor of Mecca". Instead, it was an example of poverty and backwardness and this was sufficient proof why the people should choose a party that had the right track record to lead them. Other parties may claim to be in a pact but they had no experience in governing and in fact were always quarrelling amongst themselves. I won't be surprised if Selangor (governed by the Opposition coalition of the DAP-PAS-PKR) gets left behind next and that is why we want to tell the voters in this by-election (Bagan Pinang by-election on Oct 11) that this is a good opportunity to show others that the BN's policies are still relevant and accepted by the people at large,


Compare how much fundings did PAS get each year to how much Umno get each year.

Compare how much fundings did Kelantan get each year to how much BN get each year.

Compare how much did Kelantan get its oil royalty to others BN oil producing states. ( Kelantan got ZERO ringgit from oil royalty, Kelantan been robbed for years by our BN).

Compare how many hugh corruptions in BN to Kelantan (For Kelantan record - hugh corruption - zero case'' and for BN hugh corruption '-'UNCOUNTABLE CASES'.

Compare how many PAS leaders living in mansion - 'zero case' and for BN leaders living in ill gotten gain mansion - 'UNCOUNTABLE CASES'.

Compare how many PAS leaders was involved in monies politics - 'zero case' and for UMNO leaders who was involved in monies politics - 'almost all of them' .... even within Umno itself, more than 1,000 reports were made against monies politics during last year Umno GE, from gang A and gang B.

The world knows too well about your comparison too well. Especially your candidate in Bagan Pinang by-election. Isa was the cheif minister for 21 donkey years and at last he was caught for money politics, and today its not money politics to PM. It was ONLY a technical money problem. You talked about Kelantan and the development, are you trying to imply that you are running short of your runner dogs to bring in illegal fund for your umno?

Although development is lacking in Kelantan (no thx to federal government) many kelatanese still go back to kelantan every year to vote for Tok Guru.

That's because Tok Guru is Kelatan's greatest leader and the MOST popular Muslim in Malaysia. Everyone loves him in Kelantan and they will never sell their SOUL for UMNO!

Malaysia on alert for "invasion" threat: security secretary

Malaysian enforcement agencies have been on high vigilance to safeguard the country under the alleged "invasion" threat by an Indonesian group, a local newspaper reported on Wednesday.

"While we see this as a group of mad fools' rhetoric, we are not taking any chances as this involves the lives of our people," New Straits Times quoted Tajudeen Abdul Wahab, the secretary of the National Security Council, as saying.

He said that security at all Malaysian borders, which were manned by the military, had been tightened. Meanwhile, all relevant enforcement agencies, including the Malaysian Maritime enforcement Agency, have been told to gear up for any possibility of members of the group penetrating Malaysian shores.

"We are taking precautionary measures and we have an assurance from the Indonesian government that they would not allow it to happen, "he said.

An Indonesian group of vigilantes, named Benteng Demokrasi Rakyat (Bendera), had allegedly threatened to send 1,500 troops, armed with sharpened bamboo, to Malaysia by air, land and sea tomorrow, aiming to "avenge all the alleged wrongs committed against Indonesia".

Foreign Affairs Ministry secretary-general Rastam Mohd Isa said Malaysia would take up this latest threat with the Indonesian government immediately.

The newspaper said that the group was the same one which had set up roadblocks in Menteng, Central Jakarta last month, in search of Malaysians


Invasion threat??

How do these fools explain how we lost the 2 islands to S'pore??

this stupid govt for their incompetence and nonsensical governance.

Can't we unleash our Mat Rempits under the 'command' of KJ to fend off this Bendera group??

Police to study measures to improve public perception

The Royal Malaysia Police will carry out a study on ways to improve public perception towards the force, Bukit Aman Criminal Investigation Department director Datuk Seri Mohd Bakri Zinin said.

He said that although there had been an increase of 20 per cent in the ability of police to solve cases, this had not changed the negative perception among the public towards the force.

He said that the situation showed that there was still a crisis of perception among the society on the institution of police in Malaysia, even more so as there had been an increase in the number of crimes of late.

“Our ability to solve cases now stands at 38 per cent, which is far better than the standard set by the Interpol, proving that Malaysian police have achieved the benchmark as a world-class enforcement agency.

“However, it looks like all these achievements are not enough to convince the people on the police’s capability,” he told Bernama when contacted.

Bakri said police were now in discussion with institutions of higher learning to carry out a study on the issue.

“There have been numerous media reports of how the police managed to settle cases within a short period but the society remains in uneasy state. This is a challenge to the police to make the public feel safe wherever they are,” he said.

He also said that the public were too dependent on the police, thinking that police would be able to solve all problems.

“The society should be more understanding and forthcoming in helping the police tackle crimes by giving information and putting up measures to prevent crime, because it is they who will be the victims in the event of a crime,” he said.

Bakri also said that public awareness, especially in channelling information to the police, was still low, making it difficult for police to solve certain cases.


study? what is there to study? Are they that clueless and still don't know what needs to be improved?

Ha..ha..ha..ha...."an increase of 20 per cent in the ability of police to solve cases, this had not changed the negative perception among the public towards the force......but the society remains in uneasy state."

Just drive around the average housing area and count for yourself to see how many residents association resorted to hiring private security to guard their sub sections within one housing area.

Bravo PDRM ! You created additional employment for Bangladeshi & Indonesia workers to work as security guards in Malaysia.

Hello, no need to waste taxpayers' money lah. We all know what the police are doing. The best way is to proof it by showing more presence in public patrols, arrest all criminals including corrupt politicians, nab all those mat rempits aka snatch thieves, don't hide in bushes to stop unsuspecting motorists for minor traffic violations and out of court settlements etc etc. Action speaks louder than words.

Genuine & bold reform needed not just cosmetically improve public perception !!!

Government machinery are all serving as a tool for UMNO BN !!!
From executive & Public services & civil servants to judiciary's CJ Zaki Azmi, AG, Police IGP, MACC, EC, MCMC and even exploiting the Monarchy, UMNO held it all from top to bottom & inside out!!!

PDRM Continuous abuse, malpractice, double-standard & mismanagement : Time to take legal action & fight back !!!

- Disrespectful & obstruction of law by detaining lawyers & deny their right of preforming their duties.
- Deny detainee their basic legal rights getting a legal councel.
- Violation of Constitution over the conspiration of Forceful removal of Perak Speaker Sivakumar.
- Continutious reoccurance of custodial death including Kugan and others & ambiguous autopsy reports.
- Voilence cracking down on the Bersih anniversay rally in Petaling Jaya.
- Police violence against residents in Kampung Baru Plentong Tengah, Johor.
- FRU violence against residents in Bandar Mahkota Cheras (Where is investigation report?)
- Multiple occurrence & re-occurrence of inmates escape from police custody.
- Missing drugs which was suppose to be the testifying evidences under police custody.
- Mounting dishonesty, power abuse & corruption among police personnel.

When can we have the long overdue reform & Independent Police Complaints and Misconduct Commission (IPCMC) to be in place?!

Musa Hassan, AG Patail & Home Minister HiShame should held accountable & resign !!! resign

Anti-graft watchdog chief comes clean on why he quit

Datuk Paul Low ... “The buck stops here.”

A day after quitting as president of the Malaysian branch of Transparency International (TI-M), Datuk Paul Low said he really did it to stop the growing criticism over his suitability to lead the anti-corruption group and its motives.

“There are some people who think I’m the problem,” Low told The Malaysian Insider over the phone this afternoon.

He admitted that there has been growing opposition against his leadership even from within TI-M’s executive committee because of his ties with MCA and the Federation of Malaysian Manufacturers (FMM).

Some still accuse him openly of being partisan even after he pulled out as a life-member of the Chinese political party earlier this year.

The final straw was the threat of a lawsuit against TI-M over the recent Global Corruption Report 2009 (GCR 2009) published by the international anti-graft watchdog based in Berlin, which is said to highlight the multi-billion ringgit Port Klang Free Zone (PKFZ) scandal.

Low, who led a task force investigating the controversial project, had been hauled up by some of his colleagues for failing to consult them on the report before its release.

Despite the criticisms, he stands by TI’s analysis, which he described to be “an accurate assessment” and today repeated his vow to take full responsibility for the report, including being sued.

“The buck stops here,” Low said. He accepts that he is fallible.

“We need to deal with integrity in this country,” he added.

He explained that he resigned because he did not “want to see discord in the organisation” but bitterly noted that the local chapter of TI did not appear to have pulled up their socks and work as one body even after his decision.

He said he did not quit suddenly though the move had taken some of his colleagues by surprise.

Low, who had been president only since March, thought long and hard about it for the past week before going public with the decision.

“I believe TI is a reputable organisation. Our core mission is to fight the abuse of power for personal gain.

“I think TI should stand fervently and voice its opinion on what is the right thing to do and actively engage with civil society to educate civil society to be more concerned with issues like this,” Low said.

The vice-president of FMM remembers the overwhelming support he received when he stood for the TI-M president job; and again when he consulted his colleagues there when he was asked to head the PKFZ task force.

“I got unanimous support. I told them I can help from the inside rather than criticise from the outside. I can participate and be accountable to my excos.

“I also said 'Have two excos from TI-M to sit with me as observer. They can sanction me.' Have you heard of a president who would ask to be sanctioned?

“What else do you want me to do?” he asked, hopelessness mixed in with exasperation ringing loud and clear even over the phone.

But not all of TI-M’s executive council members are against Low’s leadership. Its secretary-general, Dr Loi Kheng Min told The Malaysian Insider that Low had been “fairly objective” in his job.

The next round of elections is scheduled for April 2011. Datuk Mohamed Iqbal has been appointed acting president in the meantime.

The central committee will meet next Monday to decide on its next move, said Loi.


Justice does not prevail in this country. Evil forces are overwhelmingly powerful here. BN rule fosters corruption and the corrupted political players have tons of money to bury all who act righteously.

Could he be the one that leak some info in the website on the PKFZ that result govt graciously removing him.
If its Koh Tsu Koon he will wash his hand & act stupid, later push blame on the next succesor.

If We Lose Bagan Pinang, It Will Be Due to Fraud (Undi Pos) not Rejection by the People

I was approached by an acquaintance. She has known me for more than a year now, but we have never talked before. But this time, she felt that she had to have a long talk with me.

She told me that she was once entrusted to vote on behalf of troops going on service during the 1990 General Elections. She was told to vote BN for 80% of the votes and the rest is up to her.

She did her job well and as a result BN won all seats with high percentage of postal votes in Malaysia during the 1990 elections. She felt that she had to tell me for it has been a secret she has kept all this while. I asked her to come clean and make public of what she has done. She replied, she cannot because she is now working for a company linked to the ATM. She might put her job in jeapordy especially when jobs are hard to find nowadays.

However, as Harakahdaily had reported below, there are ex military personell who dares to expose the truth. Such as Sargent Abu Kassim who met with the Chairman of the Election Commission and exposed what he had done before.

Firstly, we must give thanks to Retired Sargent Abu Kassim’s bravery for exposing such corruption. Secondly, I doubt that the EC will do anything to remedy this situation.

My own information tells me that all postal votes will be delivered to PWTC on every General Election day where they will then be distributed according to UMNO’s whims and fancies. That explains why Abdullah Badawi’s majority would have been just 1k+ but suddenly added by a round number of 10,000 votes on the day of the election.

Postal votes have come to save UMNO so many times. It has saved UMNO/BN all over Malaysia especially in Sabah and Sarawak. It has become UMNO’s main source of definite vote bank. It is untransparent, dubious and almost always one sided in terms of result.

And, why is it that postal votes should cover family members of serving military personel? Aren’t the family members of military personell considered to be civilians? Why can’t they come out from the camp and vote like any other people?

Why is it that members of the military service cannot be allowed to vote like ordinary citizens? Are to we to assume that all military personell are on duty on election day?

It’s clear that UMNO will be using Postal Votes to the maximum since Zahid Hamidi is proposing to set up Territorial Army (TA) camps in every Parliamentary area. I mean, why do we need TA regiments in every Parliamentary areas? Some Parliamentary areas do not even have space for a camp i.e. PJ Utara, PJ Selatan, Bukit Bintang, Seputeh, Ipoh Barat, Ipoh Timur etc.

Some of these areas makes no sense to have their own TA? In built-up areas (FIBUA), regular armies makes the best defenders because the complexities of built-up areas defence is known to any army strategist. Why have TA in urban Parliamentary seats?
Also, why do we need to have TA in every Parliamentary areas? It just doesn’t make sense from a logistical or strategic perspective. Not to mention it’s not economical.

Defence should be planned according to terrain, easiness to gain supply etc. Not according to parliamentary districts because that’s not how enemy troops will advance. The enemy will never advance in accordance to our own parliamentary districts.

We will see in the next General Election, on the night of the election, dubious bags of votes will arrive at all counting stations changing the result of the election in favor of BN. These votes will be justified by the existence of various TA camps in all Parliamentary areas.

The Zahid Hamidi plan will be put into motion should the BN re-capture Bagan Pinang with unequivocal majority. To me, Bagan Pinang will be a case to convince top echelon of UMNO that the future of UMNO lies in Postal Votes.

Tulang Besi

06 October 2009

Dad reminds Najib of his stake in the Altantuya affair

This must be the second time that Mr Setev Shaariibuu misses Najib Razak. Shaariibuu was at the Parliament in 2008, waiting in the corridors to speak to Najib, but the former left the Dewan early, right after lunch.

Shaariibuu managed to meet with then PM Abdullah Badawi and his son in law Khairy Jamaluddin but nothing came out of it.

While Najib is happily visiting Paris with Dotty, Altantuya’s still grieving dad has issued a statement in Mongolia, reminding Najib of his responsibilities as the government of Malaysia.

He would have been in Paris if not for his poor health. His full statement is reproduced below:

I am sorry I could not be in Paris, France to meet Mr. Najib Razak, while he is on his official tour as Prime Minister of Malaysia. I am sick and have been hospitalised due to poor health. I had so wished to speak to Mr Najib and send him this message and to shake his hand. I tried to meet him at the Malaysian Parliament in 2007, but he left the House early and my trip there was not complete.

“She died during the month of Ramadhan in 2006″

It’s been three painful years since my daughter Altantuya Shaariibuu died mercilessly in the hands of the Malaysian Royal Police. She died on October 19, 2006, during the month of Ramadham, which is one of the holiest months for the Muslims.

“How do I explain her murder to her two sons?”

She was blown up by military explosives and the reason for her grotesque murder is still unknown until today. Although the two policemen(Azilah Shaari and Sirul Omar) involved in her murder has been convicted and are facing a death sentence, my family and I are still unable to explain to my two grandsons, Altantuya’s sons- Altanshagai and Multanshagai – that their mother had died so violently and cruelly in a far away land called Malaysia.

“She died while working for Malaysia”

I hope PM. Mr. Najib Razak enjoys his trip to France, where a deal with a French company which his close friend Abdul Razak Baginda help brokered led to the circumstances surrounding my daughter’s murder. It cannot be denied that she died being a translator for a Malaysian company to purchase French submarines worth a billion Euros and know of many things that the neither the Malaysian nor the French public know about.

“Two more orphaned children in the world”

I have filed a civil suit against the two policemen and the Malaysian government to compensate for the death of my daughter. She was the soul bread winner of her two sons. Now her two children are left orphans and I am very uncertain of their future and my wife and I are growing in years and we are not wealthy people. It is only fair and just that the Malaysian government take responsibility for what had happenned to my daughter.

“Why did the court choose to ignore Musa Safri?”

The two policemen committed this most hideous murder of my then 28 year old daughter while being under the service of Najib Razak, who was then Deputy Prime Minister and Defence Minister. Najib’s aide de camp, DSP Musa Safri was reported to have told the policeman (chief inspector Azilah) to help Abdul Razak Baginda, deal with Altantuya, when she was said to be visiting him to ask for her commissions. However, Musa Safri was never asked to appear in court to be questioned about his involvement in this case.

“Najib acts as if nothing has happenned”

With so many closely linked to Najib in this murder, it is impossible and irresponsible for Najib to now wash his hands off this mater and act as if none of this tragedy has befallen my daughter and my family.

“Would she have died if the French deal was fair and transparent?”

The French company involved in the Malaysian deal also cannot escape with impunity. My daughter would not have met her cruel death if the deal had been transparent and fair.

“Let her not die in vain”

I appeal on behalf of my deceased daughter, my wife, my two grandsons and all Mongolian citizens, not to let my daughter Altantuya die in vain. Her body may have been blasted into a million unrecognisable pieces, but our hearts remain one: to seek justice for my beloved daughter, to put her spirit to rest, and to ensure her orphaned son have a reasonable future.

Thank you.

Sincerely, from a Mongolia citizen whose daughter was murdered by police in Malaysia:Dr Shaariibuu Setev.


It all goes back to Najib.I dont know why he is scared to have his name cleared by ordering RCI!I also dont understand why he was scared to take action on foreign medias which published that he is linked to the brutal murder of Altantuya and yet he pasted the skin of his face so thick and he proceeded to visit France (one of the country inwhich a media reported about him and Altantuya).Malaysia cannot afford to have No 1 man who is linked to murder and to make matter worst the way it was done is worst than that of a babarian.As a Rakyat I am inclined to believed that he was actually involved. The only way to discover the TRUTH IS BY NOT VOTING FOR UMNO/BN in all byelection and next general Election as the new Govt will initiate RCI to determine the truth.

How would a racist corrupted man or murder suspect like Najis C4 own up to his wrong doings when he's in power as an UMNO warlord and PM or Prime Maksiat of Malaysia !

Shameless hypocrite and 1Malaysia liar !

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