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30 March 2013

hindu religion contemptible....No action so far against Zul Noordin

KUALA LUMPUR, March 29 — A umbrella body for Hindus said today that it had previously complained about apparent insults to Hindus made by independent lawmaker Datuk Zulkifli Noordin, but no action was taken “because he is a Muslim.”

Hindu Sangam said today a video of Zulkifli, making what the opposition has said are vicious attacks against Hinduism, had originally surfaced in 2011.

“At that point in time we already told the government, but they are reluctant to take action I think because he is Muslim and vice president of Perkasa,” Hindu Sangam president Datuk R S Mohan Shan told The Malaysian Insider today.

“He’s actually condemning the Hindu religion. We want the government to look into it again,” he said.

Zulkifli, who is also the Independent MP for Kulim-Bandar Baharu, is shown in the video delivering a religious lecture in which he questioned a Hindu trader on why Hindu gods did not prevent the latter’s shop from being flooded, and the purity of the Ganges River.

“I have been to Sungai Ganga before. How can you say it’s pure? There are chicken corpses and small sticks floating about,” Zulkifli was recorded as saying in a video titled “Zulkifli Noordin (PERKASA) menghina agama hindu” uploaded on YouTube yesterday.

Mohan said that branches of Hindu Sangam, other non-governmental organisations and Hindu temples had in 2011 lodged police reports against Zulkifli over the video and called for government action in a press statement, but had received no response.

“It went very quiet after a while,” he said.

In a press statement today, Hindu Sangam said: “Malaysia Hindu Sangam vehemently condemns Zulkifli Noordin for being a racial and religious bigot and strongly urges the Authorities to take immediate action against him under the Sedition Act 1948 (Revised 1969).”

Mohan also told  that Hindu Sangam would ask the government to remove the allegedly insulting video from YouTube.

PKR vice president N surendran has also called for Zulkifli to be taken to task for his actions, as reported by PAS organ Harakah Daily today

“We call upon the Inspector General of Police and the Attorney General to immediately investigate and charge Zulkifli Noordin under section 298A,” added the lawyer, referring to Section 298A of the Penal Code that prohibits actions that cause disharmony, feelings of enmity and hatred.

The Cabinet interfaith committee said yesterday that it avoids publicly censuring individuals who spark religious tension so as to prevent giving them further publicity.

Zulkifli became an independent MP critical of the opposition when he was dismissed from PKR on March 6, 2010 over a police report he lodged against PAS Shah Alam MP Khalid Samad.

Zulkifli had taken issue with Khalid’s statement describing a Selangor enactment prohibiting non-Muslims from using the word “Allah” as “outdated”.






do you still want vote Barisan,? Then you have your heads examined.! If care to notice that all these severe insults have resulted in no prosecutions. On the other hand , imagine what will happen, if non Muslims were to denigrate Islam . Consequences will have swift and extremely unpleasant .! Voting Barisan is dangerous to one's religious beliefs.!

He not only criticises the Hindus, but made derogatory remarks about the Chinese as well, in one of his ceramahs when he talked about May 13. This man is MORE DANGEROUS than Ibrahim Ali. Just type his name on YouTube, and watch how extremely vulgar this so-called Muslim can be... and get away with it scot free.

The reality is you are wasting time with all these reports because we have a government that is 'sick' in the head. The only option we have is to put BN into 'cold storage' and to vote PR .We need this change for the sake of our future generations and to redeem our respect .The majority of MALAYS will agree with me unity will only come from mutual respect and understanding

An early April fool greetings ....Dr M predicts good results for BN

ALOR SETAR, March 29 — Former Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad said today Barisan Nasional (BN) would do well in the 13th General Election despite the coalition being seen as not as strong as it should be.

The BN was recovering from the political “tsunami” of the 2008 General Election, he said, and added that it was not easy to make a comeback after losing many seats and states in the last general election.

“For the first time, BN is not seen as strong as it should be. BN will still do well (in the 13th General Election) but the question is how many seats it will win,” he told reporters after the “Majlis Sepetang Bersama Tun Dr Mahathir” (An Evening with Tun Dr Mahathir) at the convocation hall of the Al-Bukhary International University, here today.

He said the 13th General Election was a very important election because the opposition was making a strong effort to unseat the BN government.

“The opposition have come together so that they can challenge the BN ... but they come together not as a coalition, it’s just “pakatan” (pact). They don’t even have one single symbol nor do they have a proper agenda. I think the people will be able to make a good choice,” he said.

Earlier, in his talk, Dr Mahathir said the people should count their blessings and not fall prey to the intimidation of certain quarters to change the current government in the next general election.

He said the people should not want to change a government when they were receiving various benefits.

“We like to find fault. Some people do not appreciate what they receive. They allege that the government is cruel, that it oppresses the people and does not provide freedom, when we receive all kinds of benefits.

“They have no valid reason to change the government. They seek to do so just because of hatred. One must ponder carefully, give preference to those who serve, not those who cannot be accepted at all,” he said.

Referring to Kedah, he said the present PAS-led administration was inefficient.

“Much of the development has been undertaken by the federal government. One has to decide who can (bring development) and who cannot. There must be a credible government; otherwise, we will suffer. Do not vote with anger,” he said.

At the news conference, Dr Mahathir was asked about the intention of the Philippine government to revive its claim to Sabah.

He said it was the right of the Philippines to do so but taking up the matter with the International Court of Justice (ICJ) required the agreement of both parties.

“They can bring it to the court only if we agree to do so. They can appeal to the United Nations but whether the UN wants to support it is another matter altogether.

“There is also no law to coerce us to abide by any decision of the UN which favours the Philippines if the appeal comes from only one party,” he said. — Bernama






A crown April Fool prediction indeed!...


Do you consult those Umno political analyses in UKM Shamsul, USM Sivithamby. If you have such positive feeling, then, you should be able to make Umno and MCA feeling excited that victory is there in GE13. Don't disappoint Umno and MCA with flimsy prediction or they be in for a uncontrollable shock when they are told by EC that Pakatan Rakyat has won with a landslide majority.

27 March 2013

so many people love our PM...but he has no ball....Najib woos federal agency workers with better perks

The Najib administration today moved to appease some 40,000 employees of federal agencies by agreeing to boost their benefits ahead of key national polls.

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak announced today Putrajaya’s approval for a new pension fund, the provision of fixed allowances and gratuity for retirees, and the streamlining of Employees Provident Fund (EPF) contributions for all seven bodies, meaning employers’ contribution will be made commensurate with the duration of service.

“This is a government that hears the pulse of the people. We must put the people first,” Najib said in his speech before some 2,000 statutory body employees at the Putra World Trade Centre here.

The move came after months of negotiations between Najib’s government and workers’ unions, which at one point threatened to back the opposition should Putrajaya fail to meet the demands made since 2008, according to an anonymous union leader.

The civil service is a key vote bank for the ruling Barisan Nasional (BN) coalition, which is gearing up for what is set to be its toughest election to date.

Wary of a possible discontent within the public service, Najib moved to placate the key voter group by agreeing to meet their demands for improved benefits as well as increasing pay.

But the prime minister was quick to dismiss suggestions that his government was adopting populist measures to sustain support from the civil servants, saying today’s announcement was done after careful consideration based on economic viability.

Najib said populism was a tactic favoured only by the opposition, and argued that meeting the election pledges made by Pakatan Rakyat would bankrupt the country.

“If we take this populist attitude, giving everything without considering the importance of good governance, the country would descend into the valley of economic destruction,” he said.

The federal opposition bloc Pakatan Rakyat (PR) had in its election manifesto promised to increase salaries both in the public and private sectors through better management of the economy.

It also promised to continue subsidising fuel and basic goods, where BN announced plans to slash subsidies amid concerns of rising public debt; PR leaders insist their welfare programmes are viable if corruption is tackled.

Najib’s government had described PR’s pledges as unrealistic, unreasonable and populist. In turn, his administration was accused of courting voters through policies such as the cash handouts under the 1 Malaysia People’s Aid (BR1M) that cost more than RM1 billion public funds.

The BR1M programme had contributed significantly to the prime minister’s approval rating, according to a previous Merdeka Center survey, and Najib had promised to make it an annual event should BN retain power.






Wow!, so many people love our PM ! and he's still undecided in calling for elections.....LOL.
As for me I'll remember the great thing that he started with, that's putting in the RM50 tax for credit cards....It was one of his first decision as a PM and he called himself People first !!!!!

How many millions of our coffer, did Najib used to give away goodies or perks.......seem to be a very expensive popularity campaign, for Najib & UMNO.........Is UMNO bankrupt, with no funds for their popularity or publicity. What we see in Najib, is that he's only good at launching new projects & goodies. Maybe he need it as he's just another "Trainee" PM and the real PM, is none other than TDM who calls the shots.........TDM has openly warn him if he lose badly in the GE, he will be FIRED.

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