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28 November 2009

‘BTN taught me the Chinese are the Jews of Asia’

“All Muslims are Malays so it does not matter if they are Chinese or Indians. If they are Muslims then they are Malays,” the speaker replied.

I am one of the privileged few to have attended a local public university and learned the meaning of hate, thanks to the ever popular Biro Tata Negara.

All undergraduates were forced to attend this programme or else they would not be eligible for graduation.

Muhyiddin has defended the BTN courses

The BTN under the Prime Minister’s Department brought in “intellectual” speakers who were supposed to enlighten the students about the meaning of being a Malaysian but instead it felt more like a communist propaganda camp brainwashing those attending about the importance of “Ketuanan Melayu”.

The camp would usually take place during the weekends. Students would have to register early in the morning and the programme would last the whole day.

The organisers were always on their guard, asking participants to show their student identification cards each time they entered the hall, fearing the presence of outsiders.

In the hall, students were asked to turn off their mobile phones.

During the lectures, questions were planted among the audience and the students were advised not to ask any other questions.

One speaker began with the history of Malaysia and how much the country had gone through, always emphasising the May 13 riots.

He stressed the point of how much the Malays had sacrificed and how the community should be united especially from outside threat — the Chinese community.

He said that the Chinese community were “the Jews of Asia” and were just itching to take over when Malays were disunited and broken.

The speaker also revealed a greater Chinese conspiracy where the Chinese Malaysians were working together with Singapore to topple the Malay government.

“Do you want to become like the Malays in Singapore?” he asked.

He also went so far as to criticise Malay girls for dating boys from other races.

He added that they should not be cheap and embarrass their families.

Once, a student told the speaker that as Muslims, we should also respect other races who are also Muslims.

“All Muslims are Malays so it does not matter if they are Chinese or Indians. If they are Muslims then they are Malays,” the speaker replied.

This is why I was relieved when I learned that the Selangor government had moved to ban its civil servants, employees of state subsidiaries and students at state-owned education institutions from attending any BTN courses with immediate effect.

However I believe racism in varsities does not end at BTN because classrooms have also become victims of ignorant scholars.

My friend was verbally abused during his sociology class when he did not agree with the points made by his lecturer.

“You must be DKK,” the lecturer told him.

“What is DKK?” he asked.

“You must be darah keturunan keling (descendents of Indians),” the lecturer said, pointing to his dark skin.

My Saudi friend was also shocked by the comments made by his lecturer in his Islamic civilisation class.

“We should save our Orang Asli from the Chinese people. They are like the Palestinians and the Chinese are Israel. We must fight the Jews,” the lecturer told his students.

The lecturer even failed one of his students in his oral exam when he quoted a Western scholar in his presentation.

“You should be ashamed of yourselves. You are a Muslim and should only use Islamic scholars,” he scolded the student.

I was personally saddened when my Islamic law lecturer compared Christianity to Head & Shoulder’s 3 in 1 shampoo in referring to the religion’s Holy Trinity.

I feel that racism has been institutionalised in our country and that BTN is only the tip of the iceberg.

Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin defended BTN yesterday and claimed that it was not racist but is line with the 1 Malaysia concept.

I have to humbly disagree and would like to suggest maybe the ministers should bring their overseas children home and let them have a taste of what BTN is.

By Asrul Hadi Abdullah Sani


BTN- is truly the beginning of the end for Malaysia if DPM can defend its racists ways.

It is hypocrisy for the BN government to advocate 1Malaysia and in the same breath use the BTN to preach hate. This is so like Nazi Germany that it is scary. The key difference here is the elite who live off the hands of UMNO in luxurious conditions use controlled racism to manage the rest of the malays by preaching hate to contain the other races.

Organized racism has been used before in South Africa and Nazi Germany with terrible consequences and if UMNO continues down this line, this nation is set for a terrible time and consequence. Thank God for the presence of PR in the corridors of power. Since they came in, all the evil which we knew existed but layed hidden have been revealed. There is more to come for sure.

If the BTN is supposed to foster unity, why should the programmes subject to the OSA? Its because the indoctrination is insanely about BN politics and Islam vs the rest.

The reason why government servants and students have to attend, contrary to what the DPM thinks, is that it is mandatory to being confirmed in the service. Many who sit through the BTC courses bite their tongues even if they disagree with the trainers because it has been shared that during the trainings, those who ask questions are sought out and asked about their family history etc. Naturally people get worried and do not bring their experiences out of the training centre.

But a few have been brave to document what they experienced and today political leaders are bold enough to address the real issues behind the BTN. Let not the government kid us that the BTN is nothing but an innocent, unity fostering programme. It is definitely not.

The DPM defending the BTN course remind me of the similarity of the Israel PM saying that it is right to continue with the building of settlements in the occupied areas of the Palestinians.

In fact racism and religious strive does not exist naturally in a big way in Malaysia. The greatest problem which Malaysian must deal with is none other than the BN led by UMNO which has been using racism and religion to divide and rule. Their concept of rule is divide the people first and rule. Generally Malaysians are less racist and if it does is because of the top leaders from UMNO using it to benefit themselves and thus justified the use of ISA to arrest and oppress the people. So whoever think that there is racism or religious strive have fallen into their wicked trap....

BTN is conducted by norrow minded people with evil agenda for others. The course contents of BTN are anti non Muslims, anti Christians, anti Chinese, anti West, anti Jews, anti Indians. It is breeding ground for negative values. Worst of all it is part of the PM Office and hence funded by the Malaysian Government to hate others who are not Malays and not Muslims. This is well and truly the worse abuse of powers and public fund in this UMNO led government. This is facism at work in Malaysia. Sack the DPM. who supports the BTN. Sack this Government in the next GE for its misuse of powers and public monies. If this Government is allowed to govern any longer, Malaysia is doomed for sure.

27 November 2009

Prosecution failed to appeal in time in dental bribery of Tourism director-gen case

The prosecution in the case involving Datuk Mirza Mohammad Taiyab who allegedly accepted a bribe in dental treatment charges has failed to file its appeal within the prescribed time. The appeal was against the decision made by the Sessions Court on the director-general of Tourism Malaysia and since they did not meet the dateline as prescribed then it is assumed to be withdrawn. According to Saseedharan Menon, the lawyer of Mirza, “If a petition of appeal was not filed within the time prescribed under Section 307 (9) of the Criminal Procedure Code (CPC), then the appeal shall be deemed to have been withdrawn. Under Section 307 (4) and (5) of the CPC, the petition must be filed within 14 days of receipt of the notes of evidence and grounds of judgment. The prosecution was now applying to the court for extension of time to file the petition under Section 310 of the CPC.”

He added that “The applicant (Public Prosecutor) has to satisfy the court that the failure to file the petition within the prescribed time was due to some factor beyond their control and that there were merits in the appeal for the court to do substantial justice. The prosecution had failed to give convincing and reasonable explanation for not complying with the provisions.”

“Under the circumstances, the petition of appeal was filed out of time. Substantial justice will not be done if this application is allowed. It was unlikely that the prosecution will succeed in its appeal as there were overwhelming evidence which caused the trial judge to acquit the respondent (Mirza) without his defence being called,”


Datuk Mirza,

Hope your dentist is not Toyol, he charges you RM40,000-00 for his services lo.....

Datuk Mirza, welcome to Dr Khinzir Toyol's dental clinic.

PTPTN collects RM4 million daily from borrowers

National Higher Education Fund Corporation (PTPTN) has recorded RM4 million repayment of loans daily compared to RM2.5 million previously. Its president, Datuk Dr. Mohamad Shahrum Osman said the increment is a good sign that shows borrowers are now aware of the consequences for not settling their debt including stern enforcement action.

He said that the department usually received approximately RM2.5 million daily but the amount has increased drastically to RM4 million daily. PTPTN hopes that the good progress will remain the in the future.

According to Mohamad Shahrum, PTPTN offered various repaying methods to the total of 1.4 million borrowers nationwide to convenient them in settling the debt including counters in local banks as well as online banking services.


The government should apply AH LONG's method to collect debt. Sorry to say that but borrowers should remember to repay back whatever you borrowed. Luckily the government is not AH LONG, cuma mau TOLONG. But some of these borrowers seems to have TIDAK APA attitude to deprieve others of the opportunities to borrow. How many application has been rejected including myself. That's why I am very poorly educated because I cannot afford the fees. The Hell with those recalcitrant who don't want to pay back and may god let you rest in pieces. I will have throw you to the abyss.

govt says that the interest rate is 1% but you people are still charging 4%. the other 3% is so called service fees which is ridiculous. you see the govt says one thing and they are still charging 4% indirectly. you are all cheaters at the expense of the people on the road. is this how the bn govt cheat people.

Malaysia is like a secret, it’s whatever they say it is

Should anyone be surprised that Putrajaya has invoked the Official Secrets Act to block the disclosure of the Bukit Antarabangsa landslide report?

It seems that Ronnie Liu, Selangor state executive councillor is. “It is a mystery why this information is so secret,” he said.

Well, you know, it's not like the controversial Official Secrets Act hasn't been around long enough for politicians and legislators not to know about it. It's about, well, 37 years old.

After all, it was Selangor Mentri Besar Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim's own political secretary Nik Nazmi Nik Ahmad who told me how ridiculous the Act was: "It is so broad because everything is classified until it is deemed to not be a secret. This means that even the tissue paper from a government meeting can be considered classified until someone says it isn't."

I suppose the whole matter has to go to court or be resolved diplomatically before we can know if the MB really has the power to declassify a document from a federal agency. And even if he can't, the debate over what is a "national security" concern will surely be reignited by this debacle.

I'm not a legal expert but neither of these points really excuse the Pakatan Rakyat (PR) state government from committing this gaffe. Given their own claims of non-cooperation by the Barisan Nasional (BN) federal administration in terms of disbursement of funds and talks over the state's water assets, they should have known in advance that BN would use any leeway to scupper PR's plans.

But above and beyond that, any politician worth his election deposit should know that a contestation of what is "national security" or "secret" is about naming, and naming is about nothing other than power. The ones who have the power to name such matters in our country, is undoubtedly the head honchos of Umno.

The historicity of this idea is a long one. In classical European thought, essentialism is the preferred method of the natural sciences as it works upon the premise that things have inherent features which make them what they are and are independent of external circumstances. A duck is a duck whether it is on land or water or in the air because it has the characteristics of a duck — be it feathers, wings, webbed feet or at the DNA level.

But nominalism (nomen is the Latin for "name") argues that the world is variably and changing. What we call a duck depends upon the culture of the naming. Names are a convenient tool so others know what we are talking about. But who does the naming? As mentioned earlier, those in power — and this can be political or even social power.

The elite and/or bourgeois have often been able to decide what is "cultured" and "civilised" versus what is "barbaric" and well, "unacceptable." But for power to be exercised, the powerful must argue that there is some essence which transcends historical and cultural contexts, e.g., listening to classical music is good not because it is within the domain of the powerful, but because it is "better" than folk music.

Essentialism and nominalism are often linked to political styles. Authoritarianism is seen by liberal critics as resting upon propagating "essential truths" which are inescapable. Nominalism, however, tends to be associated with more liberal accounts. But then again, the "leaders of the free world" gave us the "truth" of terms like "terrorist," "collateral damage" and, most recently, "change."

In philosophy, it has been long accepted that one defines himself based on his difference to the "Other." In the the United States, the terrorist is always the Other. The Other is collateral damage while we are victims of terrorism. And change, other than the skin colour of the president, has really yet to materialise into something definably different from what past presidents have done — meaning to say, every president of the US has "changed" something or other in terms of policymaking. Barack Obama would have to change much more to justify his presidential campaign.

Similarly, national identity is based on the Other. We are Malaysian because we are not Indonesian, Thai, Singaporean or Filipino, although in many of these cases, the differences may be purely a matter of what passports we hold. Many observers and Malaysians/Singaporeans are cognizant of the fact that people living along the Straits of Malacca have far more in common than with those in Borneo — even if state policies of both countries have reduced the disconnect somewhat over the past 50 years.

Yet the way the two states have been carved out means that Malaysians and Singaporeans see each other "threats" to their own national projects. They are each other's bogeymen and constantly, the so-called "Malayans" on both sides of the Causeway are defining themselves against the other — although it is probably the case that Sabahans and Sarawakians have never been at all fussed about what Malayans have been agonising about.

This brings us to the latest incarnation of the Malaysian project. 1 Malaysia, so generously bestowed upon us by Datuk Seri Najib Razak, is yet another form of naming. We are Malaysia and we are united.

But what does "united" really mean here? Ideas of multiculturalism and cosmopolitanism may be concocted by the propagandists but the threat of homogenisation and naturalisation — such an elegantly conceived term, as if your differences make you artificial — remain as clear and present as they were in 1957.

Whatever becomes of 1 Malaysia, Najib has certainly rejuvenated the discourse of what it means to be Malaysian. The most visible incarnation has been all-round entertainer Pete Teo's 15Malaysia film project.

It immediately invokes the idea that in fact, Malaysia is not just multicultural but also multifocal and its 27 million citizens have a kaleidoscopic view of the country. It simultaneously complements and challenges Najib's vision of Malaysia in its display of the social fabric at work.

It was not the first and will definitely not be the last time 1 Malaysia created debate but what is interesting about Teo's project is that it was another "naming." And the invocation of all its meanings and subtexts were also an expression of power, in this case, a cultural one, facilitated and enhanced by mass media.

And, of course, there are PR's constant challenges to BN to live up to its slogan. In this attempt to co-opt power by turning 1 Malaysia back on its creator in an effort to then wrest it, there is a clear sense that having the power to name does not mean that it can be used willy nilly.

Mistakes can happen. Just as they happened when Khalid forgot about the art of keeping a secret.


As far as I am concern, until all Malaysian are ranked according to their score for Uni. entrance, GLCs and civil service jobs are open to all Malaysian without preference for particular race, gov. scholarship based on merits for all Malaysian, open tender for all gov. projects for all Malaysian companies regardless of bumi or non-bumi, abolishion of discount for purchase of property for particular race, abolishion of gov. managed unit trust funds for particular race, abolishion of race quota for IPO shares, abolishion of race quota for employees of PLCs and abolishion of license for petty traders of particular race to build and operate stores i.e. eateries on gov. land, there is no 1Malaysia. What we have now is only apartheid. So stop wasting taxpayers' money on TV ads. You're not going to fool anyone.

PR should forward the motion to abolish ISA, OSA, Publishing Act, at every parliment meeting, everytime, until it is abolished !! and all PR state should pass the motion of support abolishing this act which only serve to protect the cronies, the corrupters, and UMNO putras !!

Investors put off by Malaysia’s high-cost, low-speed broadband

Consumers in Malaysia pay some of the highest prices for broadband in the region, one major reason being the monopoly which state-owned Telekom Malaysia (TM) holds on submarine cable landing rights, a senior executive at a multinational company has asserted.

There is no shortage of gateway service providers seeking landing rights because of the pent-up demand for quality bandwidth, but the government must deregulate or liberalise gateways in order to improve competitiveness by providing larger broadband at lower costs, said Ryaz Patel, Intel Electronics country manager for Malaysia and Brunei.

Patel’s comments that the lacklustre quality and high cost of broadband is hurting the country’s knowledge aspirations come on the heels of warnings by Australian businesses that slow Internet speeds were putting them off investing in Malaysia.

Malaysia Australia Business Council vice-chairman Michael Halpin said large technical documents from Australia had difficulty getting sent over because of the poor quality broadband.

“Australian and American investors see this as a nuisance and an impediment to them to do business successfully here,” he said.

In a press briefing on Intel’s roadmap for 2010, Patel observed Malaysian consumers pay significantly more for broadband, but even to buy broadband wholesale as a service provider was ‘“frighteningly expensive” compared to its neighbours.

His comparison of regional costs showed Malaysian broadband offers some of the lowest speeds in the region, but at the highest costs.

For the fastest bandwidth of 100 megabit per second, Singapore users pay nearly US$85 (RM286.56) or US$10.20 mbps.

For 4mbps in Malaysia, consumers pay US$76. Vietnam’s 3mbps bandwidth — although a tad slower — costs users US$50.55, or US$16.85 mbps.

In the region, broadband costs in Indonesia and India also tend to be higher.

TM is likely to resist liberalisation as it has invested huge sums in infrastructure and now owns or leases capacity on more than 10 submarine cable networks which span more than 60,000 fibre-route miles.

But Patel said if Malaysia aspires to be a knowledge-based society, it needs to get more computers as well as quality and affordable broadband into more homes.

“(And) the single biggest link has to do with landing rights.”

Malaysia is aiming for 50 per cent household broadband penetration next year from about 30 per cent now. Broadband users can access 10MB speeds next year when TM rolls out high-speed broadband in selected suburbs in the Klang Valley in the first phase of its nationwide rollout.

Last month, Thailand broke a state-owned enterprise hold on submarine cable landing rights in the country by granting a licence to the first private operator, True Internet Gateway Co Ltd, which pointed out it would be able to source submarine bandwidth capacity from a wide range of providers directly, resulting in greater bandwidth being available at more competitive prices.


It is not surprised BN not interested to expand the broadband coverage bcos prevent Malaysian to have open eye to the world scenario.

Malaysians have been struggling for years wondering why the hell our neighbors have superior internet speed while we pay so much for half of theirs. what is the rationale behind restricting Internet speeds? more profit for TM? afraid of too much internet eroding the minds of young bumiputras, fresh out of their Biro Tata Negara conferences?

I tried writing to the local newspapers regarding this but was never published, reason is understood. My nephew pays equivalent of RM88 for a 5 mbps in Singapore but TM charges RM268 for a 4 mbps which to me is exorbitant.

Not just investors are put off....the rakyat jelata like myself is also pissed off by the slow speed & forever problems by TM. Ada je la problem, kabel bawah laut rosak la, dan bermacam kabel lagik tak betul.

How to be negara maju & have knowledgeable rakyat by 2020?

If TM is incapable to provide fast speed broadband, then let other service providers do the job. Don't victimise the rakyat!

Because of PROTECTIONISM, the Telekom Malaysia(TM) happily provide its customers with its lousy SCREAMyx! for years..

Why? Bcos there are NO genuine competitors, so how to improve??!?!
Government shud invite True Internet Gateway Co Ltd to Malaysia to compete with Telekom.

I smell another PKFZ Scandal brewing within TM. High costs and low performance = missing dollars and corruption. Anyone else agree?

MIC wants to extend to Indonesia by setting up Putera MIC

The MIC is set to extend its ‘influence’ to Indonesia after it was announced that they have set up Putera MIC in order to assist the Indian Malaysia students there. according to T Mohan, the MIC Youth Chief, S Moganraj, a medical student at Universiti Padjajaran, will be the coordinator of the movement there where he will be involved in the formation and running of the Putera MIC. Mohan said “Moganaraj would coordinate the formation of Putera MIC Indonesia committees throughout the country.

For a start, we have registered about 80 students as Putera MIC Indonesia members. We hope to register at least half or about 400 of 800 Malaysian Indian students in the country," Mohan added that “Putera MIC Indonesia would ensure Malaysian students abroad were able to receive accurate information on events back home. Just like Umno clubs overseas, which catered to the Malay students, the Putera MIC Indonesia would not be involved in politics but would focus on student activities and maintaining close relations with central MIC. At this initial stage, Putera MIC in Indonesia would also cover activities involving Indian female students.”


s there some money to make for Samy Velo? Will the Indonesians welcome him to suck their ppl. dry? We can wait!
Samy did find out he is irrelevant in Malaysia so he moves to Indonesia, out of Anwars reach to save his ill gotten money!

Do you think that the Indonesians know what is MIC? The MIC office there will be destroyed by earthquakes.

PM should stop ignoring allegations on death of Altantunya

Lim Kit Siang, the DAP supremo has called on the Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak to stop ignoring the allegations of his involvement in the murder of Altantuya Shaariibuu, the Mongolian model especially since the re-emergence of private investigator P Balasubramaniam. Bala had since come out of hiding and held an interview with local news portal MKini.

Lim released a statement which states that the Prime Minister’s ignorance would "gravely impair the credibility, integrity and legitimacy of (his) office and the key national institutions in Malaysia". Lim added that “It is also imperative for Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak to respond, if he really wants to ‘tell the Malaysian story’, as mentioned during his recent visit to New York. The prime minister's tendency to ignore "damaging disclosures" only further undermines the nation's competitiveness. Najib should allow the true Malaysian story to be told to Malaysians first or (its) credibility to global investors...would come under a great discount,"


If PM has nothing to do with the murder he has nothing to fear, he should clear himself. If his wife is involved, he should not protect a murderer, so he should divorce her first and let the law take over.

The hired killers has been found guilty but the prime suspect is FREE to go anywhere. Is this 1malaysia?. During the war, those who died are the poor, uneducated countrymen who seek employment as soldiers but the warring General are hiding in safe place. They embraced each other as there's no war. Take an example the Palestinian and Isrealis.

The "Father of 1Malaysia"???? This privileged son of a politician has nothing to crow about except....banging women!!!
Lover boy, it is not going away...simply because, you think being e a head of a nation, you can be shielded by the blue uniform monkeys and kangaroo courts you get away with murder...not so fast f**king murderer, there is a Allah.
Altantuya Ghost will not rest in peace. Mongolian C4 and your blessed Fat Mama will also, not rest in peace.

DPM defends BTN courses against racist brainwashing charges

Muhyiddin says BTN courses are not for ‘converting’ participants

Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin defended the controversial Biro Tata Negara (BTN) courses today as a form of nationalism in line with the 1 Malaysia concept despite growing criticisms of racism and political indoctrination.

The deputy prime minister denied that the courses, which are compulsory for civil servants and public university undergraduates, are aimed at “converting” participants to the political ideology of Umno and Barisan Nasional (BN).

His defence of the BTN courses comes a day after the Selangor Pakatan Rakyat (PR) administration moved to bar its civil servants and students from state-owned institutions from the course described as racist and a form of political indoctrination by the federal government.

PR leaders have accused the federal government of using the BTN courses to “brainwash” participants.

It has been reported that participants of BTN courses were repeatedly told of the concept of Ketuanan Melayu, or Malay superiority. Participants are also told not to question “Malay rights” and the “social contract.”

“There are no ulterior motives. These courses are well intended,” Muhyiddin said in Muar today.

He claimed that the Selangor state government had been misinformed and given a wrong impression of the courses.

But his comments today appear to run counter to a proposal by his own Cabinet colleague Datuk Seri Idris Jala to revamp BTN courses in an acknowledgement that it did not promote the 1 Malaysia concept.

The Malaysian Insider had reported last week that the proposal to revamp BTN courses is part of initiatives being pushed by Idris and a task force set up to promote 1 Malaysia, Datuk Seri Najib Razak's concept announced when he took the top job on April 3.

1 Malaysia is one of several laboratories set up to push through ideas on Key Performance Index (KPI) and National Key Results Areas (NKRAs) that Najib knows will be the tipping point in the next general election.

His ruling BN coalition was badly beaten in Election 2008 under the leadership of former Prime Minister Tun Abdullah Ahmad Badawi when it lost four more states and 82 federal seats to give up its customary two-thirds parliamentary majority.

It was felt the BTN needed a complete makeover to promote inclusiveness.

But Muhyiddin provided a stout defence of the BTN courses today, and asserted that the programmes promoted nationalism and unity.

BTN courses have been running for years, and are intended to instil nationalistic values and patriotism, but are now seen as more of a propaganda unit. The courses are for university students on public scholarships and civil servants. BTN is under the Prime Minister’s Department.

Under the Selangor PR administration's new directives, students at Selangor government-owned institutions of higher learning including Universiti Industri Selangor (Unisel), Kolej Universiti Islam Antarabangsa Selangor and Inpens Selangor will no longer be required to go for BTN courses.

Last week, a group of young PR elected representatives urged the Selangor government to stop allowing students to be sent for what they called “brainwashing propaganda” programmes by BTN.

The group of seven PR lawmakers had also said BTN courses — compulsory for local university students and civil servants — taught students to hate and were contrary to their original purpose as well as the Constitution.

Seri Setia state lawmaker Nik Nazmi Nik Ahmad, speaking from his own experience, said they were told that PKR members were Jewish agents, that DAP was a Singapore party, while PAS was labelled a deviant movement.

Batu Caves lawmaker Amirudin Shari said a big part of the programme had nothing to do with nation building or education but was an Umno and BN race-based programme where participants are indoctrinated with propaganda about “Ketuanan Melayu”


If this is what BTN is all about now we know what 1 Malaysia all about. Hello, Gerakan,PPP MCA what are you guys going to do about it. Your DPM has already showed very clearly that they are still championing Ketuanan Melayuuuuuuu!

I have been to one ok. It was a 5 day course and indeed the so-called trainers/motivators had nothing in mind but to slam and badmouth Pakatan Rakyat or Opposition parties. Anwar was said to be a Pengkhianat Melayu and an agent to some Yahudi movement; DAP is a pure Chinese party whose main aim is to take over the country and once it does that, Malays will be sidelined ( Belanda dapat tanah); PAS was said to be the "Pemecah Melayu" and that will make the Malays in the country weak. And guess what...who was said to be the saviour of all Malaysians...UMNO and UMNO ONLY. Whoe else.
We were also taught to hate and not to trust the Chinese and Indians and must always remember that Malaysia is a Malay's land.

So please a responsible politician. Dont simply make statements and deny this and if ALL OF US are stupid and can simply swallow your lies. Be honest for once will you. Check you facts first before you start firing you lies.

I dont mind you saying that the Goverment is looking into it an will make necesary adjustments. But to simply DENY everything....that really gets on my nerves.

We are a free country and do not need to be brainwashed like those in the communist countries where everybody has to follow one ideology. Do not waste public money on such mass scale brainwashing. Even the national service is becoming a brainwashing camp.

PM + DPM + IGP = 1 M(Moron). With people like these running our country, this country is dear fellow Malaysians who are supporting BN, please WAKE UP 'cos we are all heading to be doomed.....the future of Malaysia is going to be worst than Cambodia, Indonesia, Africa and other undevelop countries.

Muhiddin, if you want to be a liar - be a goddamn good liar, if you want to con - be a good conman!
Instead beating around the stupid bush you have around you, why don't you just show / present the entire BTN program on TV and let the world judge whether the program is what you claim it is - which it isn't!

Comments and complaints about BTN has been made by so many attendees and yet you are still trying to lie your way out of the issue - that the BTN is an instrument that UMNO has been using to drive a big divide between the Bumis and the Non- Bumis, the rich and (insider) Bumis from the majority poor Bumis.

UMNO and BN has since the "rise" of Mahathir allowed their heads to swell to such ginormous size that they now believe that the Sun rotates around UMNO. UMNO has, if I may say so, grown so arrogant that they have dug their own graves and believe me, the "other Bumis" do not buy your crap any more.

"The writing", as people would say, is on the wall and UMNO/BN is all set for another massive Tsunami that will this time bring the unholy union of UMNO and it's stooge partners down. Inshaallah!

Zambry: Stop blaming teachers for bridge collapse tragedy

Perak Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Dr Zambry Abd Kadir has urged the public to stop blaming the teachers for the Kuala Dipang bridge tragedy and, instead, give them due respect for their efforts in the rescue.

He told a press conference after meeting with 45 teachers at the State Secretariat here today that many of the teachers were still traumatised from the incident and were finding it hard to resume their daily duties.

“No one wanted the tragedy to happen. And when it did, the teachers fought very hard, without giving any second thought to their own lives and their own safety, in order to save the children.

“We must not forget their efforts and we should give them the recognition they deserve,” said Zambry.

He added that some of the teachers were currently undergoing counselling as they were unable to forget the nightmare that took place on the night of Oct 26.

“Because of this incident, many of the teachers were forced to live with the memory of what happened. And they are still traumatised by it because many of them were quite close to their students,” said Zambry.

In the tragedy, three young schoolgirls drowned after falling into the raging waters of the Kampar river when the bridge they were crossing uprooted and collapsed.

The three girls were among a group of 298 students who were participants in a 1 Malaysia unity camp held at the district education department’s co-curriculum centre in Kuala Dipang, Kampar.

Nineteen other students also fell into the river but were successfully rescued.

Zambry said that following the incident, many people pinned the blame on the teachers and said that it had been their responsibility to ensure the safety of the students.

“We are not here to point fingers and blame people or to accuse people of things. This is also not about gaining popularity.

“Do not misconstrue this to mean that I am condoning whatever happened. We want to find those responsible and we want action to be taken but, at the same time, I would like to call on all quarters to also give respect to the teachers,” he said.

Zambry recalled the night of the incident when he met with one particular teacher, whom he named as “Cikgu Sabri”, who had been a key figure in the search and rescue efforts.

“He was drenched from head to foot and shaking so badly with fear over what had happened to the students.

“This one man alone managed to save at least five to seven students. We must not forget his sacrifice,” said Zambry.

He said that he had summoned the group of teachers for a meeting with him today in order to give them a pep talk and boost their morale and spirits.

“I hope that they will be able to resume their duties as educators of our children, despite this tragedy,” he said.

In the meantime, Zambry added, the government would take necessary action against those who should be held responsible for the tragedy.

“The report by the special committee has already been completed and submitted, with recommendations, to the Education Ministry. Appropriate action will soon be taken,” he said.

He added that he hoped the government would also look into fine-tuning the procedures or guidelines on camps such as the 1 Malaysia unity programme to ensure that the safety of the students were protected at all times.

“I am a father, too, and I do not want my children to be subjected to such incidents,” he said.

Besides the report from the special committee formed by the Education Committee after the incident, the Pakatan Rakyat has also prepared its own report which holds the Perak Education Department’s Co-Curriculum Centre responsible for the entire incident.

The parents of the three schoolchildren have also filed a RM105mil suit against the parties they claim were responsible for the incident.


Don't divert attention. It is some contractor's fault and they are engaged by some State level Education Ministry people. What has it got to do with the teachers? But the teachers are the victims. If you are open enough, reveal the contractor and the Education Ministry officer who ordered the construction of the bridge!

Stop being a small hero for some teachers! They do not need you to talk nonsense.

Then who should be responsible for the dead of the childrens. If one of the kid is your child zambry will you accept it as "takdir" and forget about it. Those responsible should be punished and let it be a lesson for the rest in the future. Immaterial wheather its teacher or headmaster or politician,etc. Zambry think before you talk. We are talking about lives.

he or come out with the idea of sending teachers and children to 'death traps' should be the one who should be hukum to hang !!! in china, this person will be shot publicly !!!

How can people trust someone who is without principles and integrity? You should bear full responsibility for this incident and quit for good. Just how many months have you been running this illegal gomen and such a disaster happen. Get out!!!

If BN thinks the teachers are not partly responsible and should not be blame, then I think the MB himself should resign. He is the top man in Perak and if such a careless oversight by his subordinates had taken the lifes of 3 innocent young children, then he should be held fully responsible.

Don't push the buck to mother nature and don't challenge the suit by the parents of the 3. Why suggest safety measures after the incident? Don't you think this ought to have been carefully studied before you launch any programmes involving the rakyat? Don't you think the BN controlled local councils are equally responsible for not doing their job efficiently?

Are the local councils controlled by the BN sleeping most of the time?
If we rakyat can take a back seat and recall, never had the authorities take a serious view of any defects and only decides to make amends after fatalities arises. The authorities are always non-committal in their responsibilities and are always waiting for some accidents to happen before taking a serious view after that. Come on you fellas just admit this. It is happening every other day in the full view of the rakyat.

And I plead, " don't make us scapegoats for your selfish means". By all means, please compensate the parents for the loss of their loved ones and stop being a hero for donating large sums of money to other nationalities inflicted by mother nature. Our rakyat deserves more.

the fault lies solely with the corrupt contractor and officials who built and certified the bridge!!
Who is the contractor?
Who were the engineers who certified the bridge?
why have there been no investigations, arrests and charges!!
Three lives have been lost and somebody must answer!

23 November 2009

Who is the law – police or Umno?

This isn’t a naive question. Who is the law in Malaysia – the police or Umno?

Police stopped Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim from finishing his speech at a Pakatan Rakyat ceramah in Kulai last night. Only the PKR de facto leader was not allowed to deliver his full speech while other allies earlier spoke to the crowd.

Kulai PKR chief Liew Shin Kheong was quoted as syaing Kullai Jaya OCPD Supt Zulkifli Yahya had led a police team to end the ceramah, ostensibly at the behest of a group of 30 Umno Youth members.

Since when did police say they take orders from Umno or, for that matter, Umno Youth? Don’t they know the difference between government and party? Or have they become so blatant about only persecuting the opposition but not parties that are part of the federal government?

After all, it doesn’t matter whether it is the government or the opposition parties. The police are supposed to act without fear or favour.

Anwar himself lambasted Zulkifli’s decision as “nonsensical” in a text-message that he circulated earlier today.

“It is unreasonable that police should bow to Umno and follow the directions of a small number of rude supporters,” the Permatang Pauh MP said.

If anything, the police should have taken action against the Pakatan Rakyat for not having a permit for the ceramah. Of course, one would have expected the police to issue a permit as a matter of routine but that is a different matter altogether.

What is important is that the police act without fear or favour and is seen to act without fear or favour. Already, its history of doing so is rather suspect.

The Royal Malaysian Police appears to have a penchant to come out in full force to stop ceramahs and gatherings rather than work to bring down the crime rate with more patrols, and capturing suspected criminals rather than just shooting them dead.

Just like the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) that appears to prosecute small fry and opposition politicians rather than the big fish and those from the ruling coalition. The Port Klang Free Zone and the Lingam video clip scandals come to mind.

Before these enforcement authorities get their knickers in a twist, they should remember that their existence is to guarantee the peace and security of Malaysia and go after wrong-doers, no matter who they are.

It does them no good if they take orders from a political party. They should base their actions on the laws of the land. No more, no less.

Unless they want to add further credence to the suspicion, so eloquently expressed by Lim Kit Siang, that any one of these enforcement agencies are just Umno’s catspaw.

Umno certainly does not need that reputation, nor should the police confirm it.

But if the shoe fits...

7 days to solve MCA crisis - DPM

Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin, the Deputy prime minister believe that the MCA crisis can be solved in a week’s time. At least that is the time frame he is giving himself where he is to mediate the problems within the fractions of the troubled party. Muhyiddin said “A formula would be drawn up during that period to reach a consensus among the disputing party leaders.

A series of meetings had been held with several party leaders to discuss the crisis in greater detail.” Muhyiddin was given the mandate by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak to be the mediator in the growing problems within the MCA. This came about after Najib announced that he will be stepping in to help MCA find a middle ground between Datuk Seri Ong Tee Keat, its president and Datuk Seri Dr Liow Tiong Lai, the vice president. Muhyiddin added that "The task is not easy because it involves the interest of the party as well as that of the nation."


Bullshit Politics......corruption, misuse of power, balls carrying, self gain politicians in the umno BN coalition.
Add on VALUE..... murders, Police brutality,Fixing of Judiciary, ToyoYoyo scandals, ISA Technical error corrupt?Putra woods Inc, PKFTZ money laundering, "Kangaroo Courts", Twin Rule Laws, and much much more....

1 WEEK ....????? 52 YEARS still running with TOTAL MISUSEOF POWER.

What a SHAME for Malaysians.

Now even by Global Votes WE ARE NON-RELEVANT.



Muhyiddin is assign by Najis to work on a formula to lubricate the butts of MCA leaders within 7 days before Najis steps in to penetrate each of them and decide who among them that will be his no.1,no.2 and no.3 in MCA.

Guan Eng persuaded Phee not to quit DAP

Lim Guan Eng, the Chief Minister of Penang has clarified the situation of Phee Boon Poh, the Sungai Puyu Assemblyman and announced that Phee will not be resigning from his post both in the state and in the DAP party. This came in light after it was reported that Phee has submitted his resignation to Lim recently where he wants to leave his state government post as well as from DAP. Lim intervened and managed to persuade Phee to retract his letter. Lim said “Phee had withdrawn his resignation upon his (Lim) intervention and remained in his posts as the state DAP committee member, Bagan division vice chairman and Bagan Jermal branch chairman. There was a miscommunication within the party some time ago but the matter had been resolved with his intervention.” And that there is no misunderstanding between Phee and him.


Is there anymore REPTILES in the making? If any YB wants to quit, make sure it is one week before nomination day.

What is wrong with PK? Are you being enticed BN to join them ? For heaven's sake keep your cool and think about the future of the peoples' dreams to take over the helm of the country.

Hopefully Phee will not be blinded again by UMNO/bn's offer of big bonuses for jumping ship or risk being piss on by the people.Hope he takes the struggle of the people as his 1st priority,that is to throw UMNO/bn out of the ruling seat to achieve the objectives of our nation which includes peace,unity,harmony,democracy and economic progress.

Corruption is a two-player game

Malaysians are a funny lot. We’ll rant and rave about institutional corruption yet have no qualms whatsoever partaking in bribery on a personal level. One minute it’s PKFZ this, double-tracking that but the moment we get pulled over by the coppers for any number of the traffic infractions we commit in a day, we see nothing wrong in slipping the guy a RM50 note to “make him go away.”

Sometimes we even take a perverse sense of pride in how “easy” it is to negotiate the pitfalls of our local traffic laws. Many a time, we will proudly declare to foreigners “Malaysia no problem wan, if get caught can settle!” It’s not so much that we even say this, but more the wicked satisfaction with which we tell all and sundry about something that cannot possibly be any source of dignity whatsoever.

“Settle? What do you mean ‘settle’?” is the near-inevitable reply. This is where we not only regale them with tales of rampant corruption but also “teach” them the wily ways to avoid “overpaying.” Some even go as far as giving them a Lonely Planet guide on how much should be offered: “If parking, you offer RM20. If speeding, RM50 can already. Drink-driving, aiyoh, that wan expensive!”

I readily admit that I used to be part of the “everything can settle” crowd. Each time I see flashing blue lights in my rear-view mirror, I make a quick mental note of how much it will cost to pay the fine and adjust my opening gambit to suit. It was just... easier.

One day, however, I snapped. It had been a particularly long day and the country was in some turmoil with the Kampung Medan riots then. I was on my way home when a car runs a red light and nearly T-bones me.

Like all good Malaysians, I offer him a good dose of my extra-loud horn and a quick one-fingered salute, before proceeding straight into a waiting roadblock. Mental check: No bats, knives, swords, guns, or dead bodies in the trunk so I should sail right through this.

Then the man approaching my window drops the bomb of a line: “Encik tadi langgar lampu merah.”

What. The. Fish.

At that point in time, there would have been no possible way for me to hold him in lower esteem. The scum that sticks to the scum that sticks to the scrapings from the bottom of the shoes you throw away would have been a better thing.

I hand him my licence and proceed to close the window. He knocks. I crack it open enough to let in some air. “Dari mana?” he asks, like he gives a toss. “Sana,” I answer as I flick my thumb vaguely in the direction from where I came.

He seems taken aback by the aloofness but soldiers on nonetheless, “Pergi mana?” “Sana,” I say as I casually wave a hand towards where I want to go. I develop a sudden fascination with my radio to avoid having to hurt my eyes looking at him so he wanders off to speak to what looks like his “senior.” Some minutes later, he saunters back.

“Ni kena saman, ni.” There’s so much false concern in his voice for my sudden “misfortune” that I can barely keep my dinner down. So I flash him my biggest, friendliest smile and say: “Ye ke? Kalau kena tu, kenalah, kan?”

That’s not how the script goes and it catches him off guard. He stands there pretending to scribble in his notepad. Before long, he goes to confer with his “senior.” He comes back, knocks on my window, and hands me my licence. Then he says, “Saman tu kita hantar kat rumah.” I give him the same wide smile as I drive off.

From that day on, I vowed never to directly give him and his ilk another single sen. Instead, I just take whatever ticket that’s coming and pay that instead. You’d be surprised, more often than not they don’t even bother writing one when the shakedown has clearly failed.

It’s a simple concept to live by: You do the crime, you pay the fine. Obviously this demands a certain degree of pain and sacrifice on your part in terms of money and time, but is there really any other way to go about it?

People try to bribe their way out of trouble because it’s “easier” but is this any different to the undeserving contractor who offers kickbacks to secure a project he’s not qualified to receive, instead of actually bringing himself to meet the standards actually required or match the prices his competitors offered? Isn’t he just taking the “easy” way out, too?

Corruption also doesn’t happen in isolation; it takes at least two to play. There’s the corruptor and the corrupted. The bribe giver and the bribe seeker. And corruption is corruption, regardless of whether there’s RM50 in it or RM50 million.

So the next time you feel tempted to take the “easy” way out, think hard about what it really means. You may not have had a similarly encouraging experience as mine so I can only implore you to join me in saying no to the corruption that we can. We might not be able to personally do much about the things like PKFZ or frivolous Disneyland trips but we can surely do at least this much.

So, are you going to stay a part of the problem? Or will you choose to be part of the solution?


We have to give $ to get work done or else it will sitting under the officer table and not moving at all. How do we deal with this? Use Lawyer? More expensive. HOW??? Please offer solution.

Have not "given" for the past 30+ years and don't intend to give to anyone, cops or dirty govt servants till the day I drop dead!. One occasion, being late for an appointment, I reacted (without thinking) when I received call on mobile phone from my "appointee" (is there such a term?) to just say 'sorry on way lah' but seconds later traffic cop cut into my lane very dangerously and forced me to stop.

He demanded my license and gave the usual lecture and a final 'macam mana mahu binchang? ' or something like that and you should see his face when I asked him for the 'ticket' - just gave me an ugly look, a warning and rode off! Did same thing to a mid - level Ministry officer who was in effect asking for a kick back except that time, I just told him I won't play ball. Sure I paid the price - no more chance of doing business with govt but I would rather do that then give that scum his mini palace.
Feels good really though that makes me a very much poorer person.

Dr Pornthip claims being followed to cemetery

Thai pathologist Dr Pornthip Rojasunand claimed that she was followed to the Nirvana Memorial Park in Semenyih yesterday when she went for the exhumation of Teoh Beng Hock's body.

Teoh family lawyer Gobind Singh Deo revealed this today, saying that police had responded swiftly to provide security for the renowned pathologist whose testimony had led to the coroner's court ordering a second autopsy.

"To those who followed her, please come forward. Tell us who you are and what you want. Don't be cowards," Gobind told reporters at the Sungai Buloh Hospital where Dr Pornthip was observing the second Teoh post-mortem.

She has been hired by the Selangor government to observe the autopsy for the political aide who died in mysterious circumstances outside the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission’s (MACC) Selangor office on July 16.

Sungai Buloh Hospital chief pathologist Dr Shahidan Md Noor is conducting the autopsy which will also be observed by MACC expert Dr Peter Vanezis from the United Kingdom. The pathologists who carried out the first post-mortem are also observing today's procedure which began at noon.

The two pathologists — Dr Khairul Aznam and Dr Prashant Samberker — had testified during the inquest into Teoh's death that he died as a result of suicide. Dr Pornthip said it was 80 per cent homicide, paving the way for the second autopsy.

The autopsy is expected to take about five hours.


Proves either of the following :

1) BN does not have control of their goons
2) The shadowing is sanctioned by BN

What are they trying to achieve with this kind of behaviour? They don't seriously hope to do something to her as well do they?!? This sort of thing makes Malaysia that much more Third World under BN . . .

The fact that "mysterious" people who have no business to follow Dr Pornthip and tail her to the cemetery is another tell-tale indication that TBH's death is not due to suicide. These cowards are trying to intimidate her and prevent her from carrying out her professional duties. These cowards must realise that by doing so they are exposing their heinous acts and admitting that they have something to hide. Let these cowards "dig their own graves"!

22 November 2009

MACC fair and just (for investigating 6 Umno members in Kota Tinggi) – Johor MB

The MACC (Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission) recently detained some 6 Kota Tinggi Umno youth members for alleged corruption. This action was cited by Datuk Abdul Ghani Othman, the Menteri Besar of Johor as a good example to show that the MACC does not favour anyone when it comes to carrying out its investigations, especially towards the claims that they only take action against those in the opposition. Abdul Ghani said “This was contrary to claims by many parties, especially the opposition parties, that the commission always favoured the governing political parties. At this point, the Johor Umno left it to the commission to investigate the case.”


What a eye wash...expecting people to believe this? Oh yeah MACC is fair. Don't let the cat laugh from its grave.

Anwar will make Khalid look like a puppet – S’gor deputy opposition chief

Datuk Satim Diman, the Selangor’s deputy state opposition chief Datuk Satim Diman has voiced a similar standpoint as per the state’s opposition leader Datuk Seri Dr Khir Toyo, who is the former Menteri Besar of Selangor about the appointment of Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim as the Selangor Economic Advisor. Khir Toyo recently slammed the appointment and that Anwar is now the ‘de facto’ Menteri Besar of Selangor. Diman said that “People from all walks of life, whom he had met at public functions, had started voicing their concerns over the appointment. People are uneasy because Anwar does not hold any political position in the state. Anwar is also not an elected representative from Selangor. The people of Selangor are naturally curious why Anwar is given such an important post that puts him virtually on par with the Selangor Mentri Besar,”

Satim also added that “Anwar should not usurp the power bestowed upon Khalid by the Sultan of Selangor. Khalid is the legitimate Mentri Besar, and Anwar should not reduce him to a puppet,”



Please judge for yourselves, Anwar did not ask for anything to help steer the state out of problems and these problems are created by the UMNO bast-ards especially by the bast-ard former MB, Toyol and also this idiot Datuk to undermine whatever good works that the PR government is doing for the state of Selangor.

Anwar is now working hand-in-hand with MB Khalid to fight off these UMNO bast-ards especially the Indon bast-ard Toyol who were out to destroy Selangor because they are no longer in power and no longer have the opportunity to indulge in corruptions. Their only ambition now is to deny the state of Selangor from prospering, meaning, they will try to destroy selangor by all means to make it a back-ward state.

So you fuc-king UMNO bast-ards, the rakyat of Selangor is monitoring your every dirty move !!!
The Sultan of selangor should take immediate actions to ban those bast-ards who are constantly creating unrest from the state, especially the Indon bast-ard Toyol and this stupid datuk

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