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06 June 2012

the jungle law....UMNO pimps police battered people do not have to charge....3 charged with rioting during Bersih


Rasah division Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) deputy head R. Tangam, 50, who was charged earlier in connection with the Bersih 3.0 rally on April 28, today pleaded not guilty at the Sessions Court to an additional charge of rioting on the same day at Jalan Raja.

Senior counsel Rajesh Kumar Gejinder Nath, 45, and Keadilan Youth Exco Farhan Ibrahim @ Alias, 29, also pleaded not guilty to the same charge.
In the additional charge, the trio were jointly charged with five others still at large, with intentionally violating a magistrate court order by using force and violence during the rally.
A restraining order was issued by magistrate Zaki Asyraf Zubir on April 26 banning the public from holding a rally at Dataran Merdeka between April 28 and May 1.

They allegedly committed the offence at Jalan Raja at 3pm on April 28 and face up to two years in prison or a fine or both upon conviction under Section 147 of the Penal Code.
Last month, the three men were charged in the same court for violating the magistrate court’s order.
Meanwhile, Mohd Safuan Mamat @ Nordin, 25, faced an additional charge of intentionally causing hurt to Al-Hijrah TV reporter Mohd Azri Mohd Salleh, 28.

Mohd Safuan allegedly committed the offence at Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman, at 3.50pm on April 28 and faces up to a year in prison or a RM2,000 fine or both upon conviction under Section 323 of the Penal Code.
He was represented by Mohd Tajuddin Abd Razak and was earlier charged with damaging a police vehicle and injuring Constable Mohamad Kamil Paiman who was on duty.

The charges under Sections 440 and 147 of the Penal Code respectively are punishable by two to five years’ imprisonment or a fine or both upon conviction.
Prosecutor DPP Mohamad Hanafiah Zakaria applied for Tangam, Rajesh Kumar and Farhan to be tried together.

Judge Mahmud Abdullah allowed the application and set July 2 for re-mention and September 4-7 for Mohd Safuan’s trial.
Afiq M. Noor represented Tangam while Rajpal Singh and Shamsul Iskandar appeared for Rajesh Kumar and Farhan.


Bersih protesters get charged but not the police officers who are clearly seen beating up unarmed marchers.

Documented evidence of police brutalities and no charges. Is justice alive in Malaysia.? Vote out Barisan to restore justice in Malaysia.

Pakatan government is sorely needed to restore faith in the judicial system in Malaysia. ABU.!!!
Why no policemen are charge? Why IGP was not charge when his anak buah did not wear name badge and id number when whacking the rakyat?

When will PDRM be charged for abuses of power.? The probable answer is NEVER. So much for justice in Malaysia. Vote Pakatan to sort out PDRM.!!

05 June 2012

shameless....rapist ministers dare turning the facts...Rais says Anwar has no love for Malays


The Malays must unite for a Barisan Nasional win in the upcoming general election to ensure their rights are not taken away by the opposition, a senior Cabinet minister said today while hitting out at Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim whom he said did not “love Malays, the monarchy or Malay culture.”

In a sign of moves to consolidate support from Malay voters for the ruling coalition, Information, Communications and Culture Minister Datuk Seri Utama Dr Rais Yatim also accused Pakatan-ruled states of neglecting the welfare of Malays.

He said Malays “must understand who they are” and “know their rights”.

“In the opposition, there is no Malay political force,” Rais (picture) said today when launching the 1 Malaysia Social Media Convention in Selangor.

He claimed Opposition Leader Anwar “does not love Malays, the monarchy or Malay culture” for the latter “had never once talked about Malay welfare”.

“Mr DSAI, when was the last time you talked about strengthening the Malay language?” he asked to applause from the 1,000-strong crowd.

Rais called for Malays to unite and vote for leaders who cared about their special rights and welfare.

“The reason we lost so many seats in the 2008 election is because the Malays have forgotten themselves,” he said.

“For a community to stay in power, they must understand politics of numbers, which states when many come together we can determine something,” he added.

Rais told the Malays not to worry over the latest survey by independent pollster Merdeka Center which found support for BN among the Chinese was waning.

“Though recent polls show that Chinese support is low, don’t worry, as long as Malays practice politics of numbers, we will benefit.”







If UMNO's love for the Malay is so great how come most Malay still live below poverty ??

because UMNO "love" the $$$$ mean for the poor that MAKE them fat and rich

a more dog-wasting public money pleaded not take bribes....Minister not sure who paid for WWW 15


Health Minister Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai said today that he is not sure who paid the RM24,200 for the WWW 15 vehicle registration number he won in a recent tender as controversy mounted over why he made the bid for his official car.

Questioned today by reporters over who made the payment, the MCA deputy president confirmed that the Ministry of Health did not pay for the number.

But when further pressed for answers, Liow hesitated before saying “not sure, I have to check”.

MCA president Datuk Seri Dr Chua Soi Lek, who was also present at the press conference at the MCA headquarters, attempted to help Liow by saying that the money went “from the left hand to the right hand”.

But Dr Chua also did not say who paid the money.

“When I applied for it, I didn’t know the cost,” Liow said.

He defended himself by saying that “the process (of bidding) was handled by JPJ (Road Transport Department)” and repeated that the bid was placed because of the change in his official car.

He said that “all ministers are eligible for one number, I didn’t exercise the option earlier.”

He said “numbers to me are not important, what is more important is service to the people.”

On May 28, it was announced that the Sultan of Johor, Sultan Ibrahim Ismail Sultan Iskandar, beat close to 10,000 bidders to win the tender for the vehicle registration number WWW 1, with the highest bid of RM520,000.

It was also revealed then that Liow had won the bid for the WWW 15 registration number.

Thousands of people had thronged the three Kuala Lumpur RTD branches to place their bids for the WWW prefix.






How could anyone get a number, after having tendered for it, receiving the number, and yet, claim now knowing who paid for it? I guess this only happens in Malaysia

It is sad and alarming that our ministers can lie and get away with impunity, time and again. It is so prevalent because all laws have been subjugated by one party, Umno/BN, which brashly uses the entire govt's machinery to do cover-ups and bear down on those who protest. We, the Rakyat, must wrest back the country's power to right all the wrongs perpetrated since Dr M's days. And the trend for bald faced lying as exemplified by Dr M is 'I cannot remember'

You mean there is a huge crowd jostling to pay for the number and you don't know who? If I am to pay for that number, I want to make doubly sure you know it is me, so that I can remind you of it when I have any dealings with your Ministry. So please don't talk like a small boy, it only irritates the Chinese community further.

As a corrupted minister, everything is paid for for you because you just dish out contracts or approve licenses.

Of course you don't care about the cost. Every cost comes from the Citizens.

Besides, I doubt LTL doesn't know anything about his number plate. When under the spotlight, all BN ppl know what to do is to play dumb.

03 June 2012

Former land and co-op sec-gen joins PAS


PAS yesterday pulled another key establishment figure, former land and cooperatives secretary-general Datuk Profesor Dr Nik Zain Nik Yusof into its party, boosting its bid to shore up voter support ahead of national polls pivotal to Pakatan Rakyat’s (PR) future.

Over a 100,000 people are reported to have attended the PAS giant rally in Alor Setar yesterday.
Nik Zain, who had been secretary-general at the Land and Cooperatives Development ministry from 1998 to 2002, handed his registration form to party president Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang last night at PAS’ giant rally in Alor Setar to galvanise its ranks for the 13th genetral elections, reported.

The party paper reported attendence to be over 100,000 people.

Former senior policeman Datuk Fauzi Shaari had joined PAS earlier last month, scoring a major point for the Islamist party.

The ex-criminal investigation department (CID) chief, the third highest office in the force, is reported to be known for busting vice activities in the capital city.

His strong anti-vice stand then had been criticised by a minister, which Harakah reported had described would deter tourists from visiting the country.

Fauzi was reported saying his reason for joining the Islamist party was not to be contest in the general elections, which must be held within the next one year, or out of certain interests but to help PAS in its religious efforts.

Harakah reported last night Nik Zain too pledged to work and help PAS in its fight for Islam.

Fauzi, who is from Pantai Besar, Batu Kurau, Perak was also reported saying he would help campaign for PR, especially PAS, through various organised talks.

Fauzi was rumoured to be joining PAS a month ago along with former Bukit Aman commercial crimes investigation chief Datuk Ramli Yusoff and ex-Umno Cabinet minister Tan Sri Abdul Kadir Sheikh Fadzir.

Source also reported that PAS wants Ramli and Abdul Kadir to contest in a general election that must be held within a year.

But Ramli and Abdul Kadir have denied that they have already joined PAS.

Abdul Kadir, who quit Umno earlier this year after accusing the party of being plagued by money politics, has since formed his own political party, Parti Ikatan Bangsa Malaysia (Ikatan), to bolster opposition towards Barisan Nasional (BN) in the next general election.




Funny and interesting

PAS has recruited a former police chiefs, former secretary general and an ex minister
PKR recruited a constitutional expert, Insider's very own Praba Ganesan, former army chief and former corporate figure

DAP recruited ex UMNO strongmen, former NUJ chief and a UITM alumnus
UMNO only managed to recruit a bunch of comedians and artistes to their fold

people join DAP, PAS, PKR because they want to make a positive change to our country, whereas people who join the other side because they want to make profitable gain to their own pockets

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