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30 January 2010

3 dispatch workers charged for arson attack of Metro Tabernacle Church

3 dispatch workers, 24 year old Raja Muhammad Faizal Raja Ibrahim, 22 year old Raja Muhammad Idzham Raja Ibrahim, 22; and 23-year-old Azuwan Shah Ahmad have been charged for the recent attacks in the Metro Tabernacle Church. The three of them are brothers and if convicted could face jail term of up to 20 years.

They were charged at the Sessions Court under Section 436 of the Penal Code for committing “mischief by fire or explosive substance with intent to destroy a building.” The date of mention is set March 12 and of three of them claimed trial. They were not represented and bail was set at RM20,000 each. Muhammad Faizal, the eldest of the three pleaded for leniency as they would not afford to pay the RM20,000. He said “I plead for the court to lower the bail amount. This is our first offence; we cannot afford RM20,000 bail,”


how much did umno pay them to do it and how much is umno paying them to take the fall? are these names even correct, or did they just find some people can create a false record for them and trying to hoodwink ther raykat.

If they cannot post bail, then let them stay in lock-up, the country will be more peaceful without them, in trying to defend their so called religion, they disturb other religion. What the hell is this kind of people, do it now and regret later, the mother f**ker with them



29 January 2010

Anwar evidence bid shot down

Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim’s defence for his Sodomy II trial was dealt a blow today, when the Federal Court rejected his bid to obtain further evidence from the prosecution.

The court said Anwar’s appeal was not in accordance with Section 51 of the Criminal Procedure Code (CPC) and that the defence’s reasoning to compel extra evidence for early preparation was legally flawed.

Section 51 (A) of the CPC provides the court with discretionary powers to allow or disallow the prosecution from supplying the defence with evidence.

However, Justice Datuk Abdull Hamid Embong, who led the panel, said the CPC could not be interpreted as a way to “fish” for evidence and that the courts must “safeguard” the prosecution’s space to prosecute, to ensure a fair hearing.

“One settled principle attached to the application for discovery, under section 51 of the CPC, is that at this pre-trial stage, a roving and fishing inquiry for evidence is not permissible. A catch-all net cannot be cast,” he said.

“The appellant is not entitled to know by what means the prosecution proposes to prove the facts underlying the charge he faces. This remains the prerogative of the prosecution,” he added.

The decision was based on the time the appeal was made by Anwar’s team of lawyers, led by Karpal Singh. Abdull Hamid argued that, from precedents, the appeal can only be made only when the trial starts.

On Nov 6 last year, the Court of Appeal granted the prosecution’s appeal against an earlier High Court decision in Anwar’s favour.

Anwar (second right) is seeking additional evidence from the prosecution. — file pic
“In our view, the High Court judge went overboard in amending the provision under section 51, by ordering the prosecution to provide the documents.

“A task of a judge is to interpret the law and not provide interpretation so as to amend the law under section 51 and section 51A,” said Abdull Hamid today in dismissing Anwar’s appeal.

The Federal Court today concurred with the decision made by the appellate court, saying the High Court judge had also erred by interpreting section 51 and 51A together, when they are two separate and distinct provisions.

Anwar, 62, is charged with sodomising his former aide, Mohd Saiful Bukhari Azlan, 24, at the Desa Damansara Condominium, in Jalan Setiakasih, Bukit Damansara on June 26, 2008.

In his bid for discovery of evidence, Anwar wanted access to the witness statement of Mohd Saiful and the condominium owner, Hasanuddin Abdul Hamid; the examination notes of Dr Osman Abdul Hamid from Pusrawi Hospital; statements and notes of three doctors from Hospital Kuala Lumpur Hospital (HKL); a chemist’s notes; and medical reports.

Anwar also wanted the CCTV footage of the condominium at the alleged time of the incident.

Karpal later told reporters that he will file for a review and apply for a stay on the ruling this coming Tuesday.


This is really stupid. Making a mountain out of a molehill. The doctor already said no sodomy but habis, habis the government wants to persecute the innocent. Go after the accuser. The onus on him to provide the proof since there is no basis for the case to even continue

"The court said Anwar’s appeal was not in accordance with Section 51 of the Criminal Procedure Code (CPC) and that the defence’s reasoning to compel extra evidence for early preparation was legally flawed."

"LEGALLY FLAWED" - means appeal was denied on technical ground

What the public wants is REAL justice rather than playing around on technical issue. You should know better - shame on you!!

Jakim and those Islamic experts should explain how in an 'Islamic' country such a blatant accusation is allowed.If I am not mistaken according to Islamic Jurisprudence the accused must be afforded every avenue to defend himself and challenge the accuser/accusers.In this country we talk so much about God given laws and the application of these divine laws.Does God allow false accusations?I do not think so.Come on JAKIM what say you about this false accusation?

Umno Youth to launch membership drive

Umno Youth will launch a membership drive tomorrow as part of its efforts to achieve its Key Performance Indicators (KPI) set by the party’s leadership.

Umno Youth chief Khairy Jamaluddin said the movement targeted to surpass last year’s achievement when it enlisted 25,000 new members.

He said the campaign would be launched by Umno vice-president Datuk Seri Mohd Shafie Afdal, who is also Kedah Umno liaison committee chairman.

Speaking to reporters after chairing Umno Youth Executive Committee meeting here today, he said Deputy International Trade and Industry Minister and Member of Parliament for Jerlun Datuk Mukhriz Mahathir was expected to attend the ceremony. — Bernama


Good time for PKR to plant trojan horses into umno youth.

28 January 2010

Home Minister assures that if Umno members involved in arson attack, they would be arrested

Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Tun Hussein, the Home Minister said that should it be found that the arsonists involved in the Metro Tabernacle Church attack are Umno members, the government will not hesitate in arresting them. This came in light after the vice-president of PKR (Parti Keadilan Rakyat) Azmin Ali said that he is collecting evidence that claimed that the Metro Tabernacle Church arson attacks involved some Umno members.

He said "In fact, I am urging the police to take action against the culprits, no matter who they are. Police need not record a statement from Azmin because only politicians will make all kinds of allegations and accusations. Umno too can make such allegations on PKR but the government wants to focus on gathering evidence and facts and would not much such accusations and the police would not compromise when taking action against offenders, be it Umno members or anybody for the matter. Police are currently taking action and that included arresting a son of a policeman and that shows the authorities will not compromise,"


same old story and our moron Home minister will not arrest those people who really involved in this incident and if they do, most of them will be made to be scapegoat in order to cover the bigshot ass!

without doubt about that.UMNO members realized that they have been taken for a ride by UMNO top guns and as such they have enough of the UMNO's dirty tactics.All the happenings are just UMNO eye wash with the aims to downfall the Opposition !

same treatment for the cow head incidents too. And Ahamd Ismail. And Toyo... and many many more

PM launches Government Transformation Programme Roadmap

The Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak today launched the GTP (Government Transformation Programme) Roadmap which calls on the civil service to go ‘big and bold’ in order to successfully implement the 6 NKRA (National Key Result Areas). There will be an annual review of the GTP in order to ensure that the government continues its efforts put into the GTP. He said “An additional 4,000 security personnel added to patrol 50 crime hotspots in four states have brought crime down by 6.7% between the second and fourth quarters of last year.” The 6 NKRA areas are crime reduction, combating corruption, improving education, raising the living standards of low-income households, upgrading rural basic infrastructure and improving urban public transport. Najib added that “Under the roadmap for education, high performing schools would receive RM700,000 as an annual allocation and that secondary and primary school teachers would get RM1,000 and RM700 each respectively. The performance of all 9,900 government schools would be ranked on a yearly basis.”

Among the highlights of the GTP, Najib announced the development of a national pre-school information system and the setting up of a national committee on pre-school education with a pre-school division to govern all pre-school providers. “School heads will also be given options to go on sabbaticals and professional development programmes, and those who exceed targets under the new performance management approach in government schools would be given both financial and non-financial rewards. Teachers with heads who qualify will also get a financial reward


Yet more launching, always some propoganda or rhetoric or slogan bullshit. the only lauch we want to see is your UMNO launched out from the next GE for good.

another slogan, another way to siphon taxpayers money away!

Readers will move to internet for news if traditional media continue old ways

Datuk Seri Dr Rais Yatim, the Minister of Information, Communications and Culture said that moving forward, readers would be moving from traditional media to internet-based news and this would be detrimental to the traditional media which still uses the conventional methods of presenting news where the editors decides what should and should not be published as well as some who uses them for propaganda purposes. He said “The Internet has created a new phenomenon of change all over the world. Journalists need to be free and self-governing to fulfil their duty of providing information to the people with a simple guideline, such as their first obligation is to truth, their loyalty is to the citizens, the essence is discipline of verification, and maintaining independence from those they cover. Journalists face daily risks posed by tight media laws and the threats against them include non-renewal of the printing licence for their publication, lawsuits, jail or fine, and harassment in the form of newsroom interference by the Government.”

The statement was red out by Datuk Azmi Ali, the deputy secretar-general of Information of the ministry where he added that “The role of responsible journalism was still relevant to the development of a nationHe said in countries without freedom of the press, the majority of people who reported the news might not follow the subscribed standard of journalism.Non-free media are often prohibited from criticising the government and in many cases are required to carry propaganda as if it were news. Various other forms of censorship may restrict reporting on issues the government deems sensitive. In view of all these issues, challenges and guidelines, the Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ) founded in 1909 in the United States was dedicated to encouraging the free practice of journalism and stimulating high standards of ethical behaviour. The SPJ came up with a code of ethics to be voluntarily embraced by thousands of journalists, regardless of place or platform, and was widely used in the newsrooms and classrooms as a guide for ethical behavior.


Readers allready have and UMNO will try and block and come up with theri alternative webs which only UMNO supporters will read. UMNO are the taliban of malaysia

Sometimes you make some sence. Of course the mainstream newspapers will also have to use the Internet too. All the newspapers in the world are already doing that already. At least that Mamak Mahathir knows that too. This Rais guy must be sleeping like Pak Lah also. It is now for whover is going to control the internet, if it is not Uncle Sam also

u can continue to hack the faking media but remember people are not stupid anymore,they have commen sense.if u cencor the media ,then the people will have more doubts to bn and vote opposition.think n use ur commensense.we are youngsters are not stupid anymore n we will be future adults.even u continue to hack the media ,we dont care n still vote for pakatan.malaysia is independent country and dont make it autocratic country ,then u will face everyting from united nations.recently malaysia was low ranking in human rights,remember that n be fear otherwise things going to be wrst.

27 January 2010

Stern action to be taken against pig-head throwers for stoking racial tension - IGP

Tan Sri Musa Hassan, the Inspector-General of Police (IGP) has warned those responsible for throwing 2 pig heads into 2 mosques in Kuala Lumpur, warning them against stoking racial tension among the people and that the police will be investigating the 2 incidents and action will be taken against them.

He said “We will meet with heads of all religious groups in the district to seek their assistance to cool things down.” Musa also said that “I have directed that extra patrols be conducted at places of worship throughout the country. We will not compromise as far as peace and security is concerned and will do everything within our means to ensure no untoward incident happens,”


Musa Hassan, all this while, what have you been doing???? Were you busily sucking the pricks your political masters... and have totally ignored and neglected your duties as a top cop of the nation.
What has happened to the investigation of the Church arsonists....Have they been apprehended? If yes, why have not they placed behind bars and charged under ISA...we are talking of national security...
Give you a tip, Mr IGP....look into the so called Muslim Champaions' hideouts!!!!

Report lodged against phantom blogger

Penang Chief Minister official blog police report.

GEORGE TOWN : A police report has been lodged by the Penang Government over the use of a internet profile purportedly of chief minister Lim Guan Eng to make racially-sensitive postings on the internet.

Lim’s polical secretary, Ng Wei Aik, who lodged the report, urged police to investigate and track down the person or persons using the profile “LimGuanEngBlog” who has been spreading lies about Lim and the Penang state government.

“We first noticed this ‘fake’ profile in the middle of last year but we did not pay much attention to it at that time, as it did not post much,” he told reporters outside the George Town police headquarters in Jalan Patani here, after lodging the report.

However, from early this year, the people behind the “LimGuanEngBlog” profile started posting mischievious statements, such as alleging that Lim and the Penang state government has banned silat in Penang and also banned National Civics Bureau to remove Malay special rights for the sake of unity, Ng claimed.

Ng said the lies were spread in various other blogs including blogs owned by Umno members and these had touched on racial sentiments which could cause social disturbances and racial tension.

Dont let the BN/UMNO gomen retain its 2/3 majority...........

A top PKR leader is strongly rumoured to soon leave the party and become a Barisan Nasional-friendly independent parliamentarian. The PKR MP from Penang is said to have already secured assurances from a few other Pakatan Rakyat parliamentarians to follow suit. It's learnt that he is actively wooing another two or three Pakatan parliamentarians. The plan is for the MP and his co-defectors to become independent representatives before joining the newly-formed Parti Cinta Malaysia (PCM) led by Tang Weng Chew.

Last month, PKR's Ngemah state assemblyperson Gabriel Adit Demong joined the Penang-based PCM as its Sarawak chief. Talks of possible defections began when PCM was formed last September and the rumours gained currency in recent weeks. It is believed that the PKR MP had already met Umno president and BN national chairperson Najib Abdul Razak early this week to finalise his defection and to discuss a possible post in the federal cabinet. His defection would be a major coup for Najib since BN's successful bid in ousting the Perak Pakatan government early last year following three defections.

The Umno-led federal government appeared to be targeting to secure enough defections to regain it two-thirds majority in Parliament, which is vital for the ruling coalition to initiate constitutional amendments at will. BN now has 140 federal seats, eight short of a two-third majority, while the opposition parties collectively have 82 seats.

The MP believes he, together with other defectors, would be in much stronger position than minor BN component parties such as MIC and Gerakan to stake claim for a federal cabinet post.

Meanwhile, his co-defectors could also be rewarded with deputy ministership, senatorship or lucrative appointments in government-link companies (GLCs). The defections would inject a shot in the arm for the BN government. Najib's administration has been badly hit by the 'Allah' controversy, the lack-luster economy and sordid revelations by private investigator P Balasubramaniam.

do you want the the BN gomen to retain its 2/3 majority in Parliament so that they can amend the constitution at their own whim and fancies?

Do you know that the first thing the BN gomen will do if they retain their 2/3 majority is to redelineate the electoral boundaries to ensure BN gomen remains in power forever and plan more trips and lawatan sambil belajar to Disneyland at the expense of our money.............

read here

26 January 2010

Hard for PAS and PKR to retain Perak state seats – PKR defector

Jamaluddin Mohd Radzi, the former PKR (Parti Keadilan Rakyat) assemblyman of Behrang who joined 2 others to defect and became independent BN (Barisan Nasional) friendly assemblymen of Perak predicts that come the next general elections, it would be difficult for PAS and PKR to retain their current 13 state seats. He said that Umno only need to ‘work hard’ to retain their slim majority to continue to govern the state and that the DAP however should have no problem retaining theirs. He said “The results of the 2008 general elections show there were areas where BN lost by small margins to Pakatan. So, if BN does some good work, especially if Umno doubles its effort, [then] Umno can win in all of the 34 seats it contested in 2008. If that happens, what will the situation be for PAS and PKR? [But] I am confident DAP will win in all the seats it contested in 2008, which are mostly in the Kinta Valley,”

Jamaluddin added that “The public voted opposition in 2008 not because they did not like BN. Pakatan won not because of its own strength but because of BN’s weaknesses... with their arrogant leaders... this caused the public to be angry.” Jamaluddin, Mohd Osman Mohd Jaliu of Changkat Jering and Hee Yit Foong from Jelapang left the Pakatan Rakyat pact which caused the state government to ‘change hands’ to the BN last year.


what a joke of 2010,even i suspect that whether u will win in the election or not?its depends on rakyat and i think definately u will lose in next general election .its not pkr or pas but BN.I think the perak people hates the frog like u because they are true islam and not a kafir like you in the name of islam,cheating the people and holding haram mp position with a seat of PKR.i think this time bn even will lost more seats unless there is chances for bn to win with their dirty tactics.i think even u and bn cannot win with the dirt tactics as allah is watching and the justice for pakatan and it will win election.people will kick you out and u dont even have rights to talk.

If this froggy arsehole can be so easily bought out, of course, there is a possibility but, corrupted defactor, PERAKIANS are not politicians!!!

Perakians vote with their brains and stand on theirr principle...sadly, not found with this lot of shameless UMNO swines and the fancy dressed parasite.

MACC’s probe on ‘Disneyland’ trip completed, awaiting 'further actiion'

Datuk Jaapar Mahat, the director of the Selangor MACC (Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission) said that the they have completed the investigation on allegations that public funds were used to pay for the trip of the former Mentri Besar of Selangor Datuk Seri Dr Khir Toyo, his children and maid to Disneyland. Jaapar said that the investigation papers have since been submitted to the Senior Federal Council for further action.

He said “I was told the investigations have been completed and the papers are being studied by our senior federal counsel at headquarters. It is not for me to tell you of the findings of the investigations as our job is only investigate,” He was telling the reporters after the visit by the Angkatan Muda Keadilan who visited the commission’s office to hand over a memorandum which was to remind MACC of the case. They provided the papers which included the findings of the SELCAT (Select Committee on Competence, Accountability and Transparency) which investigated the payment of more than RM1 million for Dr Khir, his wife, Datin Seri Zaharak Kechik, his 3 children and the maid on a visit to Disneyland in Paris and in Orlando in the US. Khairul Anuar Ahmad Zainudin, the chief of the Selangor Angkatan Muda Keadilan said “The meorandum was to remind the MACC of the case. We want to know the status of the case and why it has taken so long to investigate and take action. We want the commission to act fairly,”


The case took so long coz they could not find Mickey Mouse and Donald to stand as evidence.

As history has proven under the UMNO flagship, NOTHING will happen and Toyo will walk away a free man. MY PERSONAL bet.

Regardless of new MACC or whatever. Malaysia will still be the same... and going backwards.

If another x MB can do a David Copperfied act of banishing with the few hundred thousand of cash in Australia without any charges or investigations,then don't expect Toyo to be charged for abusing public funds for his maid and family..unless he spent the money to buy some cows for certain functions of couse..Call it 1Malysia and shout on top of your voice Malysia boleh or bolo..just go fly kites..

The present goevermnet is only good at creating new slogans and shout..while our nearest neigbours don't shout or create catching slogons, but work smartly overtake Malaysia as leading tigers..Sad that the once rising Asian tiger is now very sick, with lots of problems and cannot follow the Asian tiger packs.

Defiant PKR man faces suspension

Kulim-Bandar Baharu MP, Zulkifli Noordin is likely to be suspended and not immediately sacked despite defying de facto PKR leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim’s instructions to withdraw a police report lodged against PAS lawmaker Khalid Samad, party sources told The Malaysian Insider today.

Zulkifli (picture) accused Anwar today of bias after the latter directed him to withdraw the police report lodged over the “Allah” issue.

He added that he would only withdraw the report if Khalid also retracted a statement saying the Selangor Islamic enactments are outdated.

But despite his antagonistic stand and the rising chorus for him to be sacked Pakatan Rakyat supremo Anwar is not likely to endorse any move to sack Zulkifli.

PKR party officials say Zulkifli will still face stern disciplinary action even if he escapes the sack.

“Even newly appointed Secretary-General Saifuddin Nasution has joined in the chorus of criticisms,” a PKR source said.

“But Anwar has always been against sacking anybody…he knows how it feels as he himself was sacked from Umno once.”

“He is always for forgivng and I expect Zulkifli to be suspended,” the source said adding however that Zulkifli may resign to “save face” before the party’s disciplinary committee makes a decision.

The political bureau is meeting tomorrow and although the Zulkifli issue would be discussed, the matter will likely be referred to the disciplinary committee.

If Zulkifli resigns he could declare himself an independent as PAS, of which he was a member before, is unlikely to accept him.

“He is tainted…nobody wants him. Even Umno will reject him but he will not join Barisan,” the source said. “The best option for him is to resign voluntarily and be an independent in Parliament.”

“None of the Pakatan political parties will accept him or re-field him in the upcoming general election,” Pakatan sources said. “This is probably the end of road for Zulkifli.”

PKR supreme council member Datuk Zaid Ibrahim issued a strong statement today, demanding the party sack Zulkifli, arguing that lodging a report was unacceptable and a form of intimidation.

“It is time for PKR to look at itself... its credibility is being affected. In my view, they must sack him. Otherwise the party will become a laughing stock,” Zaid told a press conference this morning.

Anwar said last night that Zulkifli will face disciplinary action by the party.

“I have always given him room to express himself but I have not always agreed with him.

“I have advised him not to cause any tension among our partners but he has crossed the line this time,” Anwar told reporters at Pakatan Rakyat’s road show here last night.

PKR sources said Anwar had pulled up Zulkifli twice before and he was let off because he allegedly apologised to the party boss.

Zulkifli is said to have a special relationship with Anwar as he was one of the nine original lawyers acting for him after the former DPM was sacked in 1998 and charged with sodomy and corruption.

He was detained under Internal Security Act in September 1998 together with Anwar and 17 other persons.

He was one of the few lawyers who stepped up to defend Tun Salleh Abas in the “1988 May Day for Justice” saga.


PKR gave this guy too much face already, so much so that this guy becomes more and more ganas.

Pecat, terus pecat, kick out, close door, bye bye !

He is nothing but a wedge. He is very good at making himself and the PR coalition a mockery of the rakyat. It is time to close the chapter on him. He has been given too many leeways and has not come to term with it. He is behaving like a hard core criminal, unwilling to repent given a chance. Anwar's credibility have been burnished by being on your side and too lenient on you for too long. It is not the other way. You have no comparison to Khalid Samad. He is a noble and righteous man that we need more of in Malaysian politics.

Keeping him in the coaltion is suicidal for PR. He should have been given the boot a long time ago.

24 January 2010

Si Tanggang The Ungrateful Son

A heartless bitch of a wife and a henpecked husband.The wife wears the balls and he the pussy.Abandoned the father in his darkest hour.A time when the old man needs love and care.Would he abandoned him if he had fortune to hand over to this ungrateful son? The story here.

Although, as parents we shouldn't expect payback from our children, filial piety has always been a strong Asian culture and preserve.

This bring me back to the story of Si Tanggang (Malin Kundang in Indonesia) that we heard of or were told by our parents when we were kids.The Malay folklore about retribution on an ungrateful son.How the poor son sailed to faraway places to seek his fortunes, became rich and married a princess.On his return home to his village, ashamed of his humble origin, refused to recognise the poor elderly woman as his mother.The mother cursed him.As he sets sail he and his ship turned to stone.

The moral of the story is never abandon your parents in their hour of needs.

Hope he rots in hell.

This bastard from PKR ( UMNO dog ) lodges police report against Khalid Samad

Zulkifli Noordin showing a copy of his latest police report

KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 23 – The strained relations between Parti Keadilan Rakyat’s (PKR) Kulim Member of Parliament Zulkifli Noordin and PAS’ Shah Alam Member of Parliament Khalid Samad took another twist on Saturday with the former lodging a police report against the latter.

Zulkifli said the report was regarding Khalid’s statement that a Selangor enactment which prohibited non-Muslims from using the word “Allah” and other Islamic terms as outdated.

Speaking to reporters after lodging the report at the Masjid India police station here, he said he wanted police to take action against Khalid.

On Jan 21, Khalid was reported by new portal MalaysiaKini as saying the enactment was outdated and that when it was passed, Muslims’ understanding of Islam was probably too low that they needed to be protected.

On the differences between the two, whose parties are in the Pakatan opposition coalition, The Star newspaper today carried a report quoting Khalid as saying that during a recent discourse with Opposition leader and PKR de factor leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim on the prohibition, Zulkifli had kept quiet while other leaders had expressed their views.

The report further quoted Khalid as saying: “There is an Arabic saying that the dog barks but the caravan moves on. I am not going to respond to his emotionally driven comments. I am just a caravan but I did not say he is the dog.” – Bernama

Malaysians Wrong to Abandon Country, Barisan Wrong to Betray the People

Second Finance Minister Ahmad Husni Hanadzlah criticised Malaysians who have emigrated, saying it was “wrong” and insinuating that they were betraying the sacrifices of their forefathers.

“You and me, our children, we build our lives here and we have our homes here. This is our homeland. I get very sad when I hear we have people migrating to foreign shores. To me, this is wrong.

“Our forefathers have come here, many years ago, bearing much hardship and deprivation. Why did they endure this? Because they believed that their future generations will reap the fruits of having to live on this blessed land.”

Yes, this was the case until the only ruling regime of this country, Barisan Nasional, insisted to perpetuate its brand of race-based, divisive and irresponsible politics which helped to drive away more than a million Malaysians in a short span of five decades.

More than 60 percent of these skilled Malaysians were driven away by how this country has been managed by the ruling regime. It is safe to assume that more were driven away by the push factor (e.g. racist policies, corruption, mediocre leadership, lack of equal access to economic and education opportunities and bad policies) than a pull factor.

Why should Barisan continue to embrace the old? The coalition has squandered many opportunities to strengthen its partnership and its political influence. Political parties in the coalition could easily abandon race based politics and form a common political party, using the existing Barisan platform.

We would have thought that years of socialisation amongst political parties in the coalition would have made it easier for them to transition to a common multiracial platform. Alas, the answer is no. Race based political parties continue to exist to serve the interest of a few who wanted to become race heroes or to manipulate race for political ascension.

Husni should try to find some political wisdom from his own statement and disappointment. I had met him a few times when he was just a backbencher and held a favourable impression of his humble personality and reasonableness.

If the Barisan regime can govern fairly, transparently and respect our democratic credentials and spirit, many more Malaysians would rather work and live at home. Malaysia is still home to these overseas wanderers.

When I went abroad for my postgraduate studies, the feeling of loneliness and craving for home (Malaysia) was unbearable and sharp. The same feeling is probably shared by many Malaysians abroad.

Husni should remember that one hand cannot clap. In every action, there is an equal reaction. It should start from the ruling regime, Barisan Nasional.

Barisan is wrong to neglect the people. Is it wrong to continue perpetuating its race based politics, neglecting the education system, stunting real economic growth by condoning political corruption, abusing political power, practising divisive and bad policies, promoting ethno-nationalism and communitarian politics and ignoring the need to strengthen democracy.

If the current situation persists, why would non-partisan, helpless and common but highly educated and skillful Malaysians stay?


I'm angry that all in BN betrayed us,squandered our God given wealth and most importantly chose the evil path- Mongolia,saiful,lingam,Teoh,....BN 'leaders' when you blame someone for being a traitor,look in the mirror.

To my m'sian brothers and sisters,if you are thinking abt migrating,just do owe it to your kids and their kids.with your English ability and willingness to work hard you are welcomed into places like Aust,new Zealand.there are networks to support you so don't worry,eg in sydney there's the Assoc of Malaysian Singaporean Australians -AMSA, formed by 'pendatangs' who made the move just like you will

Husni can say what he wants.I'm living abroad in Australia,where discrimination be it based on race,religion is punishable by law; m'sia had state sponsored discrimination

it's sad when your home country treats you worse than your adopted home.
Husni,if your biological mother and father abuses you,disrespects you and make you feel unwanted; whereas your adopted parents welcome you,gives you support- who would you stay with???
Dum# a$$.

You treat us all as equals, then we talk if not shut ur hole.

UMNO ministers have their children studying in private schools and overseas universities. Why should the rest of our Malaysian children be deprived of this? Why wouldn't a parent migrate for their children's future? To be free from racism and bullying. Just because you are not a Malay doesn't mean it is OK be treated like you don't have feelings!! Why would anyone stay in Malaysia to get abused I really don't understand?

I know this is what UMNO wants and that is to get as many non-UMNO voters to leave the country. UMNO may win the elections, but the country is going to the dogs.

Patriotism comes in many ways. To fight a corrupt system for the betterment of the nation IS patriotism. Subservience to a corrupt government and system is worst because we will only help perpetuate the undesirable. I sincerely hope that Malaysia and Malaysians can effect that real change for the better without having to undergo upheavals. For so many countries, that was the only option and when it happened so much was sacrificed, and at the end of the day, history revealed that the many sacrifices was because the few in power refused to yield for the greater good of the nation & its people.

I hope all our political leaders in the ruling elite would be magnanimous enough to step aside when the popular vote is against them, and then just focus on strengthening that democracy by playing their roles as the counter-balance. However, after 50+ years, the UMNO-led BN government has not been able to display any such virtues. Sad. Very sad. Their heads have gotten too big. And their arrogance have not shrunk a bit. The UMNO leaders' actions since March 08, are anything but nation-building.

Any of you thinking if you should migrate. Compare this

Stay in malaysia
1. Salary in Malaysia - RM 90,000 a year
2. House - $500,000 - 30 years loan, plus legal and sales tax - another RM7000-10,000
3. Car - $50,000 - Proton Waja - 9 year loan
4. Saving needed for children education - RM 250,000 each to uni so RM500,000
5. Saving for rainy days / vacation = zero

1. Salary - $90,000 a year
2. House - $500,000 minus $7,000 free first home ownership grant. Free sales tax, legal fees. $7000.
3. Car - $24,000 Toyota Camry, $25,000 Rav4, $45,000 Kluger
4. Saving for children education - $ none, government here will pay children allowance to study in uni.
5. Saving for investment property - which now allowed us to get deposit for new house and rent them out.

My wife, 2 kids and I moved 5 years ago, Now we got 2 houses which we expecting to finish paying in 5 years and 3 cars fully paid, 1 Camry for wife, 1 Toyota Kluger for me and 1 Rav 4 for daughter. We migrated with only $50,000 between us after selling our house and crap proton car in malaysia.

If we stayed in Malaysia, we will still be paying my 30 year old mortgage, struggling to even pay for a single car, wont even be able to afford second car.

Now I am looking at buying a boat. Why shouldn't Malaysian abandon the country if we can easily get more for our salary overseas, get rewarded for your ability not race, get free university education for your children regardless of your race or religion.

For every single $ you earn it is worth 3-4 times what you get in Malaysia, Corrupt country resulted in everything in Malaysia overpriced like cars and paid in crap currencies RM.

Squatter, Pendatang, Ketuanan Melayu, NEP, Handout, Cow Stamping, Corruptions, C4, TBH, Kugan, Cow's Head, Fire Bomb, Backward education, Discrimination..........If not this generation definitely the next.Neighboring countries progressing, while in Malaysia the Keris is raised ..."Apa you cakap".........just look at the caliber of ministers running the country........Racist.......


Our country has many aspiring political leaders but how many display admirable leadership ideals? Many political leaders seem to severely lack some of the most important leadership qualities, such as integrity and accountability. To many people, the label “politician” has such negative connotations! All is not lost as there are still a few who come close to the leadership ideals and who are good examples of an effective political leader.

For a nation to progress, we need political leaders who through good governance can legitimately assess and determine the distribution of power and resources in ways that can positively impact the well-being of a nation and its people.

A good leader considers the long-term good of a country, above and ahead of any personal short-term gains. Malaysia needs leaders with charisma and integrity, analytical abilities to assess a situation and the ability to make sound decisions. All this must be executed without using tax payers' money to consult others for any purposes and tax payers MUST object if their money is used for such purposes!

Is it a tall order that leaders display ‘statesmanship’ and demonstrate integrity and willingness to stand up for what is right, even if it means resigning a position in government to maintain honor for misdeeds or losing an election? We can only fantasize about such occurrences.

Upright leaders have no problems demonstrating integrity and loyalty to the people they represent, both to the public and to other political leaders. Because of their fine character, they can resist the various temptations and lures of the political arena. Communication and inter-personal skills must be evident to achieve the greatest good for the general population and not that of a party or a segment of the population or their collaborators!

A leader who is not corrupt is willing to listen to the needs of the common people and to represent them faithfully. Courageously, they can stand up and say what needs to be said – rather than just tell the general public what it wants to hear. Fine leaders are willing to make difficult (and possibly unpopular) decisions for the greater good.

Good leaders display a leadership style that focuses building harmony and unity by being fair to all regardless of color, creed or class. Contrastingly, useless and hopeless leaders are like bandits who use manipulation or corruption instead of inspiration and motivation to get what they want.

Corrupt leaders lack the ability to take responsibility for situations or the consequences of their misguided actions. Such leaders prefer to point their dirty fingers at everyone else and would hardly ever accept responsibility for their mistakes, admit their political failures and acknowledge their own contribution to a problem!!!

In any situation, accountability is crucial to effective political leadership, without which followers will have no respect for them. A good political leader is someone who will be honest and responsible for their own actions and decisions and who is willing to admit when they have made a mistake. They will focus their energies and time on representing the people rather than spending all the time “covering their backs” and criticizing or condemning others.

Whilst any leader can exhibit such skills, the effectiveness of his leadership is assessed via public opinion based on how he meets their needs, wants and expectations. He can laud and claim how good he is and how much good he has done for the nation but at the end of the say, it is the people's verdict. Yet, many choose to live in denial and enjoy strutting around in a delusional state because of self-serving tendencies.

Many forget that leaders are not static entities locked within a vacuum. It is a reciprocal relationship. He exists in a leader-and- followers scenario. He can only lead if people allow him to lead and will follow his bidding. If he receives a lot of flak, it is testimony of his failed leadership or statesmanship. However, the truth of this statement depends on the thickness of their facial epidermis for a few ignore reality and continue their charade and nonsensical rants!

Expectations of leadership have not changed over time as many still uphold ideals such as honesty, vision, ability to inspire, and competency. Thus, true and effective leaders are the ones who can meet the people's needs and dreams, not their own.

However, a nation led by corrupt leaders can also become corrupt itself. If high standards of integrity and accountability are not upheld, many will follow that road to destruction by arguing that if a leader can do it, so can they!

Ultimately, we have to realize that a person's perception of a leader’s integrity is also a reflection of their perception of themselves.

If in a nation there exists leaders with no integrity and who are allegedly corrupt and yet can remain in power, it is testimony to the world that the nation practises a system that condones wrongdoing at the highest levels.

In turn, this could reflect poorly as onlookers would regard citizens to be corrupt just because they tolerate dishonest leaders. Tragically, such a scenario reminds us that dishonest corrupt leaders corrupt a nation that could lead to a corrupt populace. A Catch-22 situation emerges when a corrupt populace produce corrupt leaders.

In a democratic country like ours, we have the opportunity to choose leaders who demonstrate ethics and principles that can lead and guide the people to honor, integrity, principles and high moral standards.

The choice is ours. And we had better make THE RIGHT CHOICE and NOT condone any form of corrupt, incapable and insincere leaders for the betterment of our nation!


UMNO is corrupt to the core"!

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