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Tuesday, June 30, 2009

Malaysians Had Woke Up, For Some On The Wrong Side Of The Bed

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Many Malaysians had woke up on the 12th GE, 8th March 2008 and probably for some they may had woken up on the wrong side of the bed.

Just imagine this, over 50 knots were tighten along a rope and each knot is so hard to untie because as each new knot is form the older knots will get even more tighter. Over the years the knots will get even harder to untie as no one has the ability to even loosen it.

Finally a group of intellectual people managed to untie one of the knot and everyone were so happy but not to the group who may have woken up on the wrong side of the bed. This group expect to see all the more then 50 knots to be untied at once without considering the toughness of the rope and knots that had tighten over the years.

Pakatan Rakyat manage to untie a knot and probably had loosen a few more and they need the strength, power and all the help they can get to untie all the knots. Everyone who supported PR know very well how difficult it is but for some they want everything to be done immediately because they claimed that they had voted PR in and expect to see results immediately.

Well to this group of people, please cool down and think what had been done to you for over 50 years which you did not try to fight against. Now, just because you have join forces to vote in PR you expect magically that all things can be done immediately upon your request and demand.

Thursday, June 25, 2009

1 PENANG - Satu Pulau Pinang Untuk Semua Rakyat

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Hong Kong TVB Special Programme on Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng

Wednesday, June 24, 2009

Pakatan Rakyat Is For The People, Umno Bn Is For Umno

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Pakatan Rakyat (PR), no doubt is not 100% perfect and there are flaws and disagreement within its three component parties, DAP, PAS and PKR. Whatever they are quarrelling about within the coalition, they have to resolve them while still maintaining the family structure together.

As far as we, the rakyat, is concern, PR is the only alternative coalition to bring down umno bn. This is due to the fact that Pakatan Rakyat is voted in to serve and care for the people and ensure that the country is moving in the right direction.

It is now time for PR to start looking into the major issues that are still prevailing that can be used by umno bn to destroy Pakatan Rakyat. A suitable replacement for Anwar Ibrahim must be chosen now for we can see as clear as daylight that Anwar Ibrahim will be going to jail, guilty or not, umno bn will see to that.

Do not be too eager to simply accept frustrated umno bn ex members. I suggest Pakatan Rakyat comes out with conditions, that whoever wants to leave bn and join PR must first resign from their party and remain party less for at least 6 months. When they join PR they must start from scratch as an ordinary member for at least two years before they can seek for elected position in the party and they cannot be a candidate for the next coming GE.

Of course PR leaders must be able to access the quality and sincerity of those who wants to join and determine who has to observe these conditions and for example, Zaid may not need to comply with these conditions. Just be very careful when you allow ex umno bn members to join PR.

Pakatan Rakyat Must always be "For The People And By The People".

umno bn is struggling to recoup the continue lost of support. People are not talking about bn, they are talking about umno bn, why? It is because everyone knows that umno controlled bn, hence bn is umno and umno is bn. Other bn component parties have no say or can do anything except to comply what tai ko umno instructed.

Najib bring forth the 1Malaysia concept, but he himself rejected the Malaysia Malaysian and Bangsa Malaysia concept by Tun Mahathir, so what is 1Malaysia. umno now interpreted 1Malaysia as a malay unity. Malay unity first before 1Malaysia, I am dumb folded and very confused.

umno bn is always trying to confuse the public with their actions that differs from their talks. All is done in a way to ensure that umno bn is always for umno only and to remain in power no matter what comes may.

As I had said, Pakatan Rakyat may not be perfect but I will still chose and vote for PR to take over the Federal Government for the very simple reason that they are much better than the arrogant and corrupt umno bn that has no integrity.

We have to take our chances with Pakatan Rakyat for the Federal Government this coming 13th GE and to let umno bn leaks their wound. umno bn can only change when they are out of the Federal Government and hope that they comes clean and start a fresh before we decide whether they are ready to rule again.

We have given them 50 years of rule and that is long enough and since they are still adamant in their arrogant attitude, corrupt and placing people with no integrity to run this country and with no change in sight, we need to replace them for the good of the people and the country.

Monday, June 22, 2009

Pakatan Rakyat Unity "YES" - A "NO NO" To Umno Unity

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Press Release Pakatan Rakyat Council of Leaders

22nd June 2009- Pakatan Rakyat Stand on Unity Government

The Pakatan Rakyat Council of Leaders today Monday, 22 June 2009 held a meeting at the office of the Opposition Leader and agreed on the following:

1. All the component parties of Pakatan Rakyat reiterate their commitment to each other and to strengthen the coalition in order to help form the future Federal Government.

2. The Pakatan Rakyat Council of Leaders reaffirms our rejection of the idea of forming a Unity Government with UMNO / Barisan Nasional which is clearly a malicious and desperate attempt to compromise the integrity of the increasingly popular Pakatan Rakyat

3. Pakatan Rakyat agrees to adopt an open approach and is willing to hold discussions with the leaders of Barisan Nasional on issues of national interest such as economic recovery, improving the quality of education, restoring the integrity of the judiciary, abrogation of the Internal Security Act (ISA), the RM 12.5 billion PKFZ scandal, abuse of power by the police leadership during times of increasing crime, eradication of corruption, establishment of good governance and to hold immediately a free and fair election to resolve the Perak crisis.

Dato’ Seri Anwar Ibrahim

Dato’ Seri Abdul Hadi Awang

Lim Kit Siang


Kenyataan Akhbar Majlis Pimpinan Pakatan Rakyat

22 Jun 2009- Pendirian Pakatan Rakyat Berkenaan Isu Kerajaan Perpaduan

Majlis Pimpinan Pakatan Rakyat telah mengadakan pertemuan di Pejabat Ketua Pembangkang hari ini Isnin 22 Jun dan mengambil keputusan berikut:

1. Semua parti dalam Pakatan Rakyat mengulangi komitmen untuk terus bersama memperkasakan Pakatan Rakyat bagi membentuk Kerajaan Persekutuan yang akan datang.

2. Majlis Pimpinan Pakatan Rakyat menolak idea penubuhan Kerajaan Perpaduan dengan UMNO / Barisan Nasional yang merupakan suatu fitnah dan tohmahan jahat serta tindakan terdesak UMNO untuk menggugat kekuatan Pakatan Rakyat yang semakin mendapat dukungan rakyat.

3. Pada masa yang sama Pakatan Rakyat mengambil sikap terbuka dan bersedia untuk bertemu dengan pimpinan Barisan Nasional bagi membincangkan isu-isu yang melibatkan kepentingan negara dan rakyat seperti usaha pemulihan ekonomi, meningkatkan kualiti pendidikan, mengembalikan semula integriti institusi kehakiman, memansuhkan Akta Keselamatan Dalam Negeri, skandal RM 12.5 bilion projek PKFZ, salahguna kuasa kepimpinan polis sementara kes jenayah semakin meningkat, membanteras rasuah dan menjana urustadbir yang baik, menjalankan pilihanraya yang bebas dan adil, membubarkan DUN Perak serta menjalankan pilihanraya dengan segera bagi menyelesaikan krisis rampasan kuasa negeri Perak.

Dato’ Seri Anwar Ibrahim

Dato’ Seri Abdul Hadi Awang

Lim Kit Siang

elawyer - Exabytes Bloggers and Law Forum 2009 - Not to be missed!

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This Forum is a must for Bloggers and those who are still undecided whether to start their own blogs. In Malaysia, everything you do, eat or wear will be under scrutiny and unwritten laws can be used against you as and when the authority feels like it.

The same thing is now applied for blogging. It is better for you to know the internet copyrights laws, the MCMC Acts and any other infringement you may have written in your blog that could land you in jail.

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Forum Name: eLawyer - Exabytes Penang Bloggers & Law Forum 2009

Date: 27 June 2009

Time: 9.00am – 12.30pm

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Topic 2: Bloggers & Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission Act 1998 (MCMC Act) and rules and guidelines of MCMC

Speaker: Mr.Shamsul Jafni Shafie (Sam)

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Speaker: Mr. Stephen Tan Ban Cheng (Stephen)

Brief profile: Stephen is a journalist-turned-lawyer. Currently, he is a practising lawyer in Penang. Stephen was a senior journalist in the famous local newspaper including New Strait Times and the Star for more than 20 years.

Moderator: Mr. Khairul Anuar bin Shaharudin (Kruel)

Brief profile: Kruel is the cybername for Khairul, who is a practising lawyer in KL and an avid bloggers. Kruel participated in numerous bloggers events and his blog Legal Cat-asthrophereceived well comments from the bloggersphere in Malaysia.

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Friday, June 12, 2009

1 Confused Malaysia

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You are born in Malaysia, You are given citizenship of Malaysia, You have to pay tax as a Malaysian citizen, You have to abide by the law of Malaysia BUT I am not sure whether you can be classified within the "1Malaysia" concept.

You can be called Penatang, Penumpang or whatever name we like to call you and if you do not like it, you can leave this country. As a "questionable Malaysian", you cannot demand for anything, in doing so you can be charged for questioning the interests of the Malays and Bumiputeras and the sovereignty of the Yang di-Pertuan Agong and the Malay Rulers.

For the record, I have never questioned anything that is related to the interests of the Malays and Bumiputeras or the sovereignty of the Yang di-Pertuan Agong and the Malay Rulers. We always respect these fundamental provisions in the federal constitutions, no doubt about it.

All we are asking is give us our dues as a Malaysian and taken care off as a Malaysian citizen just like any other country that would look after their own citizens.

Are we not living now in a "1 Confuse Malaysia"?

Thursday, June 11, 2009

My Apology To PAS Members Who Strongly Supported Pakatan Rakyat

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My last posting DAP, PKR Forget About PAS, Be Prepared For GE 13 had drawn numerous flake among my FB friends (a few had deleted themselves from my friend list) and a few emails bashing me for over reacting about PAS "unity talk" with umno.

Before continuing with my explanation, I sincerely apologized to all PAS and PR members who feel offended by my posting.

When one of your friend is about to betray you, especially if it involves someone that you hated most in your life and you know about it, what is your reaction. Can you just accept it lying low and see it happen. For me I will kick my friend in the butt and issue an ultimatum to discontinue our friendship should he continue with it.

Politicians, especially the top leaders who usually will become arrogant when they had obtained the power, must view towards the angle of the majority and whatever they think that they want to do must always be accepted by the majority first. They cannot take the people for granted and authorise themselves to simply do whatever they like. See what happen to umno when they authorise themselves to be the judge, the jury and the executioner.

The majority of us who swing over to PAS is because we can no longer tolerate umno brutal style of running the country. We accepted PAS concept that "PAS Is For All" and we move on with that entrenched inside our mind.

I like to explain this comment posted at FB by
Aswadil Azmir at 11:46am June 10
Mr.Richard,pls la,jangan terlalu negatif dgn PAS.Dlm Pakatan,saling perlu memerlukan.Tanpa PAS,Pakatan tak akan sekuat sekarang,begitu juga sebaliknya.U tak ikut perkembangan semasa la.U mungkin baca utusan malaysia tapi u tak ikut muktamar PAS.Strongly i say that your knowledge in Malaysia politic like UMNO members & leaders.Setiap pendapat perlu ... Read Moreada ilmu & bukannya api kemarahan.Itu sebab dalam Islam,bila kita mahu marah,kita mesti cepat2 ambil wuduk / air sembahyang kerana syaitan2 amat suka kpd mereka yg pemarah,ilmu yg cetek & bercakap ikut suka hati tanpa menjaga perasaan org lain.Be professional la Mr.Richard.

While I agree to what Enche Azmir wrote, it must be noted that the majority I talk about are people who are not indulgent in Malaysia politics, non professionals but just common laymen like me. These are the people whose votes count the most. Although these majority are non professionals and politically retarded, their eyes are more open now, not like yesteryear. They are more demanding now and if politicians try to hoodwink them in anyway, they will speak out and use their votes to retaliate.

I may not have much knowledge in Malaysia politics but if political parties were to say one thing and act the other way, I need to make noises in order that the politicians hear about it. We cannot just keep quite without voicing our concern if there is any deviation, for they will take it to mean, silence is consent.

We cannot accept the fact that what politicians do are political games or politicking to enhance their political future. They must learn to accept the true fact that they are there to serve us and the country, not for their political gain.

In PAS we trust, please do not deviate from the promises and concept that are outline in your party manifesto and your cooperation with Pakatan Rakyat.
Iqbal Ikhwandy at 8:35pm June 10
ok guys..thankx for the support..
now we'll wait for richard's respond..
and richard, i hope u'll think again after what all of us just said..ok?
we need each other..between PAS,PKR and DAP.
as simple as that..

I agree totally with you, Enche Ikhwandy, we need each other support in full and bind the forces of PAS, PKR and DAP together to bring down umno for the sake of this country and it's people.

Hope my explanation is clear to you all. I still have high hope for PAS working together within Pakatan Rakyat and that the so call unity talk with umno can be laid to rest.

In my book, "umno is a bad word", no matter how nice umno wanted to present themselves, it can never regain my trust ever.

Tuesday, June 9, 2009

DAP, PKR Forget About PAS, Be Prepared For GE 13

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PAS had started to dig their own grave by their willingness to sleep with umno. Looks like Pakatan Rakyat will not be in the picture comes GE 13. My advise to PKR and DAP is to start preparing the battle for the GE 13 against umno/PAS/bn. umno is going all out to break Pakatan Rakyat, which, from my point of view is going to be successful since PAS is a willing partner in this destruction.

I expect that najib will soon be joining in to stress further the cooperation between umno and PAS to frustrate PR supporter and if possible some kind of "C4" will be used to blast PR to pieces. With the broken down PR, najib will call for fresh general election and it could be as early as next year.

There is no more time for DAP and PKR to dilly dally with PAS but start planning for the onslaught comes the GE 13. With only DAP and PKR in a new coalition, you can still win Penang State and with much effort and careful planning strategy, you can capture Selangor, Negri Sembilan and Malacca and deny umno/PAS/bn the two third majority in Perak. Forget about taking over the Federal Government for now.

Unless and until PAS declare openly that they will not sleep with umno no matter what, the above scenario is just likely to happen.

Monday, June 8, 2009

PAS Youth Leader (Malacca) Open Letter To PAS Deputy President Ustaz Nasharuddin Mat Isa

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My first reaction upon learning that PAS President and Deputy President still insist of having unity talk with umno was, a total betrayal by PAS after convincing us, the non malays, to believe that PAS is for all. I see that it is hopeless now to see a change of the Federal Government comes the 13th GE, if PAS unity talk with umno becomes a reality.

From what I see of the top two PAS leaders, they are no different from umno, arrogant, corrupt, power crazy and racist and yet PAS are willing to sleep with them even though they know that umno cannot be trusted. Their unity talk is about malay unity and not Malaysian unity.

I was at Bukit Gantang by election on nomination day, lending my full support for PAS and even donated cash. I flew the flags of PAS, PKR and DAP as I walk around talking to PAS members and they were so friendly, some even mention how much they hated umno and najib.

At this point I had lost faith in PAS and if they do not retract their stand on the unity talk with umno, I will have to concede and bring down the Change OF Federal Government Countdown Clock and to start calling all non malays to distant themselves from PAS as well as umno.

Until then, we will wait for their respond after seeing that many of their own supporters are against the unity talk with umno.

I found this open letter from an angry PAS youth leader (Malacca) to PAS Deputy President Nasharuddin Mat Isa, which we hope both the top two PAS leaders can respond.

An open letter to PAS Deputy President Nasharuddin Mat Isa

By An angry PAS youth leader (Malacca)

Newly re-elected PAS Deputy President Ustaz Nasharuddin Mat Isa was quoted by The Malaysian Insider rubbishing the stance of PAS's spiritual leader Tok Guru Dato' Nik Aziz's position on PAS-Umno talk. Mat Isa said Tok Guru's statement regarding his total rejection of PAS-Umno unity talk was personal and that PAS members “take the party's stance.” He added that there were many issues that could be discussed between the political parties and that he (and his ilk) have “an open attitude when it comes to holding discussions.”

Before I proceed, I would like to say this to Mat Isa: Don't test PAS members on Tok Guru Nik Aziz. Don't test PAS members' patience in this regard. Don't test PAS members' loyalty to Nik Aziz. Woe and woe unto you if you dare to do that. I can assure you that you will lose ignominiously if you continue with this kurang ajar culture in PAS.

Dear Nasa, you are overreaching yourself and you are pushing many a silent people to the limits. You would have to shoulder the consequences. Who are you to contradict Nik Aziz? Dato Dr Haron Din was quoted saying yesterday that “the difference between an Islamic and a non-Islamic party is loyalty to leadership”, now you are turning PAS into “un-Islamic” party by being kurang ajar and utterly nefarious and a disloyal figure to PAS's ultimate leadership.

You weren't born when Tok Guru Nik Aziz was fighting for PAS and its ideals. You can't lecture him on PAS and what it stands for. No one in PAS can do. He is PAS's conscience and his courage and fatigue represents the spirit of this nation. Despite his advanced age, deteriorating health and uninterrupted 20-year rule of Kelantan, he continues to wake up every morning to serve Islam, his people and nation (you do nothing). And Malaysians (Muslims and non-Muslims) can attest to one hard fact: that Nik Aziz is the conscience of this nation.

In 2008, you used his magic to win a seat in Kelantan while you couldn't dare to stand in your home state of Negri Sembilan. In 1999, you won a seat in Kedah purely on Anwar Ibrahim's expulsion from Umno which rocked the Malay community to the extreme. When you stood in Besut, Terengganu in 2004, you lost badly in a purely Malay constituency. What does that tell you? You have no influence on your own to steer PAS to greater heights neither do you have the vision to strengthen it for future challenges. All that you do is engage in shadowy work and even contradict our leaders and betray our friends who have been useful to us.

Ustaz Nasharuddin, when talking about PAS-Umno unity talk, please answer the following questions:

1. Why now?

2. Why not before the March 08 general elections?

3. What should we unite for? On what? About what? For what?

4. Is PAS a pure Islamic party that represents Malays and non-Malay Muslims or a Malay party?

5. What are the issues that we need to talk about? List them ONE by ONE. No cheap talk please!

6. Why PAS and Umno and not PAS, PKR DAP on one hand and Umno/BN on the other?

7. Why PAS and Umno and not PAS and PKR on one hand and Umno on the other?

8. Why you and not Najib Razak and Anwar Ibrahim, after all Anwar has more Malay support than you do and he is the head of Pakatan?

9. What is it that Umno lacks that need PAS support? The passage of Hudud laws in Parliament? Did Umno bring such laws to Parliament in the first place? And even if Umno were to do so, (which will never happen anyway), do we need to talk? Can't we support such amendments while we are pure PAS members in Parliament?

10. Why did we go into the elections to get PAS leaders of our own and now you are telling us that we need to follow Umno leaders? Do you know we paid many prices for being in PAS? Do you know that Umno tormented us for decades for being in PAS? Do we need to list the agony and pain we went through? Or Nik Aziz as Kelantan MB went through?

11. What is it that Umno led by Najib Razak realizes today that needs our support? Be specific. You aren't singing lullabies to children.

12. In what way do we keep the legacy of all past PAS Presidents by betraying their legacies when they left us for God's mercy?

13. Is Umno ready to improve the police, judiciary and civil service personnel that it needs our Parliamentary support?

14. And if that's the case, PKR and DAP will support such plans (which Umno will never do anyway), so when will we have PAS, PKR and DAP vs Umno “unity talk”?

15. Is it us who chose to be the enemies of Umno or Umno chose otherwise?

16. Is it us who tormented Umno people or it is us who paid heavy prices for being in PAS?

17. If the talk is about “issues concerning the nation” as you said, then why do we need constant talk about it in the media so much so that you fail in your parliamentary duties and as a PAS leader?

18. Is it PAS alone that's concerned about the nation? What about PR parties and NGOs? Are they part of the “issue driven discussions”?

19. Why are you interested in something that will divide PAS and make us lose focus while we are on threshold of achieving an imminent victory in the near future insya Allah?

20. Perak PAS Commissioner Ustaz Ahmad Awang revealed in the Muktamar that a “national PAS” leader has tried to influence him to accept an all Malay state government in Perak, who is this leader?

21. Do you think Malaysia as a nation state can continue to exist if we go on that road and impose Malay leadership on a state like Perak which has more than 45% non-Malay inhabitants?

22. In your opinion, was that leader right in suggesting that idea that Ustaz Ahmad Awang rejected?

23. Non-Muslims who have shunned us for 5 decades are running to us; do we embrace them and show them the hospitality and protection Islam offers them or do we return them to the “enemy” they ran from?

24. Umno started attacking the Chinese and Indians when they deserted Umno for PAS, yet Umno won in 1999 on Chinese and Indian vote and not Malay vote, why did Umno not call for Malay unity?

25. Is it only PAS that needs to be fearful of Malays when it gets non-Malay vote? Since when did PAS Malay supporters show enmity towards non-Muslim PAS supporters? Did PAS lose Malay ground by getting Chinese and Indian support? If that's the case, why is Umno desperately trying to woo them back?

26. Do you think Umno would talk of Malay unity if it was getting the “fixed deposit” Chinese and Indian votes as usual?

27. How would Islam's image be affected by your betrayal to the non-Muslims?

28. Do you know that for Islam to be implemented in Malaysia, we need the understanding of the non-Muslim community? Did we learn from Sudan's former military President Jaafar Nimeiri who imposed Sharia while ignoring the views of the non-Muslim community? Many Islamic scholars implored him to “at least” make the non-Muslim community to understand what was being done. But Nimeiri being a military man went ahead and declared Sudan an Islamic state and crushed all the opposition. Today, we have Southern Sudan (to be a separate nation in 2011) as a result. The nation continues to bleed till today. All it took was for one man to rush and pretend that he was intelligent and “God fearing” and that he was “uniting Muslims under God's decrees”.

29. Do you appreciate that Anwar Ibrahim and Lim Kit Siang have been useful to us?

30. Do you appreciate that DAP has improved our image in the Chinese heartland so much so that Chinese villagers who would have puked at seeing PAS's flag today overwhelmingly vote for us?

31. If yes, how do we repay them? Do we betray them and ignore them or we build better bridges with them and from thereon move forward and have our direct contact with the Chinese community established?

32. Do you appreciate that PKR and DAP have been useful to us? Between Umno and PKR and DAP, which party(ies) has helped us to be where we are now? Umno fought us, fights us and continues to do so in a cruel manner, do PKR and DAP do the same?

33. Do you believe PAS alone can rule Malaysia NOW? If yes, how? If not, how do we go about it?

34. Do you believe that Anwar Ibrahim's New Economic Agenda, the Lingam Tapes, his detailed NEP misuse information, his mistreatment at the hands of Umno, the 1998 episode, his charisma, his experience, his networks, his campaign for our members in different states and his ability to convince DAP leaders to stop attacking PAS and instead concentrate on Umno has been useful to PAS and enabled us to win in a number of places we couldn't imagine? Remember, it was only Anwar and Raja Petra Kamaruddin who repeatedly said Umno will be routed prior to the elections while BN media practically lynched Anwar and asked “who is Anwar”?

35. If your answer is yes, how do we repay him? Do we betray him now or we work with him and after he leaves, we install either you, Husam or Mohd Nizar as a replacement? If not, tell us how you won your seat in Yan in Kedah in 1999.

36. If you have popular Malay support, why did you lose in Besut? Why did PAS lose Terengganu since we are “more Malay” than Umno itself? Did you learn something? Why did Nik Aziz maintain his grip on Kelantan? Any lessons?

37. We used Mohd Nizar as an experiment and it yielded results; how do we achieve a national result now? And in what way does talking to Umno make PAS's ideals realized?

38. An Islamic party has a moral duty to its Muslim and non-Muslim friends. Why are you reluctant to have a “unity talk” with either PKR or DAP or at least PKR which is a multiracial party but a Malay majority party in the grip of Malay leadership as well? Where is your honour in showing respect to comrades who struggle(d) with you?

39. What are the similarities between Umno and PAS that necessitates talk in the first place?

40. Many of our leaders are victims of ISA and other cruel Umno engineered rulings just like all PKR and DAP leaders are as well, what are the ideals we share with Umno that calls for PAS to desert like-minded PKR and DAP leaders for Umno leaders like Najib, Nazri Aziz, Kerismuddin, Bung Mukhtar Radin and Khairy?

41. PAS contested non-Malay seats and won (take Dr Siti Mariah for example); PKR (Malay MPs) have contested non-Malay seats (take Zahrain Mohd Hashem of Penang-PKR) but DAP didn't contest a single seat with Malay majority. So, in what way does DAP constitute a danger to us?

42. If Malays are divided, who is to blame? And when did this division start? How and why was PKR formed? Why was PAS ejected out of BN when we joined them after we lost everything?

43. Which party closed its door on many Malays and even passed a resolution banning the return of any party member who has defected to another party? Umno! The same Umno wants Malay unity now? You buy that? And that unity is about what? After all, even a husband and a wife are not united!

44. PAS has been there for decades, were we united with Umno? If the unity talk is about issues, we supported Umno on certain issues in the past and we can do now when need be, so why talk about unity?

45. Does Umno have a heavenly decree to rule Malaysia and lead the Malays? Why NOT insist on PAS totally replacing Umno as the dominant party in Malaysia and lead Malaysia as well?

46. In what way do we achieve PAS's struggle by talking to Umno or uniting with it?

47. PKR and DAP have supported issue based discussions in the past. Anwar said he is ready to meet Najib on Perak. Anwar said he is ready to support constitutional changes that improve the judiciary and other state institutions. Lim Kit Siang repeated the same. But they didn't talk about PKR-Umno unity or Umno-DAP unity! Why us? Can't we be a constructive opposition party without ever meeting Umno face to face?

48. Why do you need to demoralize the highly charged PAS now?

49. Umno Kelantan leader Che-Alwi has called on Tok Guru Nik Aziz to resign since he couldn't get his “people” into PAS Central working committee, do you realise that it is you more than any one else who has divided PAS and is confusing the younger cadres? And do you cherish Umno leaders badmouthing PAS' most respected political figure? Yet you want to talk to Umno? So you want to reward them for humiliating Nik Aziz?

50. Khairy launched a scathing attack on Tok Guru Nik Aziz and hired Mat Rempits during last year's elections, he said Nik Aziz failed and can't provide leadership. He came up with the Pade-doh campaign that humiliated the elderly leader. Tok Guru cried and many of us did whatever we could to rally to him. The same Khairy today says we should unite. So you support Khairy instead of Nik Aziz? For you Khairy and his ilk are better than Nik Aziz? Explain yourself!

51. Why are you wasting PAS's time on irrelevant issues that will never happen rather than strengthen the party, raise its profile among the unwilling Malay supporters and further engage the non-Malays, Sarawakians and Sabahans?

52. Why are you silent? Why is Utusan your media? Why not the popular blogs, Malaysiakini, Malaysian Insider, Malaysia-Today, The Nutgraph etc?

53. Tell us what you have done for PAS and PR in regard to making policies, revising them or coming up with issues that are of concern to Malaysians.

54. Rather than wasting your time in seeking Utusan Malaysia coverage, why not spend time with PAS's soldiers in the trenches in Negri Sembilan, Johore, Pahang, Malacca and other states who are preparing for the future?

55. Umno won't give PAS the PM post, so why should we talk? Doesn't that mean you despise your own leaders?

56. You can't manage a simple victory like the one we have had now, how do you intend to manage a bigger one? You are exactly the kind of leaders martyr Sayid Qutb warned against when he wrote in his “This Religion” book that an Islamic leader who can't manage victory will betray Islam's cause.

57. Do you know for a leader to succeed, he has to be loved by his soldiers? Why are you making yourself hated in PAS and Pakatan? Why not listen to what the voters want? Are you honest with your Creator and yourself and with us?

58. What gives you the strength to contradict Tok Guru Nik Aziz? Is he your age-mate? Can you tell us one achievement he has accomplished on any front that you remotely even tried to achieve let alone achieving?

59. Many people (the intellectuals, economists, authors, NGO's and highly educated/urbanite Malays) don't understand PAS. What have you done in the past one year for them to understand us? What have you done to make PAS liked by all people so that it becomes a giant party in the future and even rule alone or with PKR?

60. Umno is for racism which is haram in Islam, selective justice, tribal hegemony, oppression, exploitation, endemic corruption, family rule, hatred, division, lies, sodomy and dirty politics, total destruction of state institutions (look at Perak), and in Umno's history, it has the least popular leader in Najib Razak today. For God's sake, what do we benefit from such a party and scandalized leadership? Do you believe we share more with Umno than with PKR and DAP?

We are waiting for answers and we demand them now. We are becoming impatient. When we voted for you (including myself who is a youth leader from Malacca), we did it because we hate to humiliate incumbent leaders and your age also mattered.

You were young and we thought a new chance had to be given to you. Removing an incumbent was more traumatizing for us as PAS members than installing a new one. That is why Datuk Husam Musa was not elected. It is not that he is not liked. He is indeed. Far more liked than you. From now on, we demand that you stop your unity talk nonsense and concentrate on PAS and PR. Otherwise tell us the truth and then we can go our separate ways. As simple as that!

Source: Malaysia Today

Saturday, June 6, 2009

The Best Place And Time For Fruitful Ideas

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Today I will stop talking about politics and instead deviates to my personal behavior. I am not a writer nor a journalist as you can judge from all my posts writing. I usually start to write a posting as and when a topic pops up in my mind. There is no planning, drafting or second thoughts as you can see from the numerous grammar and spelling mistakes. I know it is bad but as usual this bad habit syndrome is hard to change but I promise myself as time goes by my writing will improve and with encouragement from fellow blogger Paula Khoo of Masterwordsmith.

Now, back to today's topic, "The Best Place And Time For Fruitful Ideas". Whenever I sit in front of my computer with the create posting page at blogspot, my mind will always be blanked. I just could not think of what to write, even after having read all the political news elsewhere online. So where, how and when can I get the topic ideas to start writing.

I would get a cancer stick and go inside the toilet, either standing or sitting on the toilet bowl and start puffing away. All of a sudden, my mind will be cramp with various points and ideas for me to start writing. (pls take note that this is my habit and would not encourage you to follow, thinking inside the toilet is ok but without the cancer stick). Usually this will take about five minutes and I will get back to the computer and happily typing away.

Sometimes when I am not writing, ideas will creep in my mind when I am inside the toilet answering nature's call. Even the idea of this posting was thought out while I am inside the toilet this morning.

Using the toilet to let my mind runs wild works for me and it does not take a long time for me to start writing so I could not forget what I had just thought about. I can think about what to write when I am in bed, just about to go to sleep but it is not helpful. I will forget most of it when I wake up the next morning. Old age catching up I presume or just plane lazy to get up to jot down the points.

Using the toilet as my thinking station works not only for my blog writing but it also works for my other daily work schedule planning as well.

Before I end this posting, I would like to appeal again for your help to
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Thursday, June 4, 2009

Making Jokes Out Of Murdered Altantuya

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Why is the government not pursuing to establish the motive and the real mastermind behind Altantuya murder?

This is the quality of our country's leader.

PM denies knowing murdered model

BEIJING (AP): Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak on Wednesday laughed off opposition attempts to link him to the murdered Mongolian mistress of one of his aides.

Najib told The Associated Press he "had nothing to do with" Altantuya Shaariibuu, a 28-year-old Mongolian model and translator who was having an affair with his close friend and aide Abdul Razak Baginda when she was shot on Oct. 19, 2006. Her body was then blown up in a forest outside Kuala Lumpur, and only fragments were found.

Opposition leaders have repeatedly tried to link Najib to Shaariibuu's death. They claim his close association with Abdul Razak makes him suspect.

"There's no evidence," Najib said. "They've not offered any evidence at all... I have sworn in the name of God, of Allah, that I had nothing to do with her and I can't go beyond that."

Najib added what he described as a "tongue in cheek comment," saying the fact that Shaariibuu was staying at "a two-star run down hotel" at the time of her death was further indication that he had not been involved with her.

"If she was my girlfriend, she will be totally insulted if I put her (there)," he said with a laugh.

The aide, Abdul Razak Baginda, has acknowledged the affair but was acquitted last October of abetting the slaying. Two policemen were sentenced to death in April for her murder, though the trial never established what their motive was. They have appealed.

Poor Altantuya, May Your Soul Rest In Peace even though you are now being joked around by our country's leader.

The reporters do not know how to present their questions, why keep asking najib whether he knows or has anything to do with Altantuya, knowing that he will give you the same answers.

The very question that they need to ask, is never asked.

Two policemen were sentenced to death in April for her murder, though the trial never established what their motive was.

Why is the government not pursuing to establish the motive and the real mastermind behind Altantuya murder?

Tuesday, June 2, 2009

Muhyiddin, Why The Wayang Kulit Over Utusan?

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A reporter, reporting the truth ended up inside the lockup under the ISA. Using object and words can be charged with sedition. Wearing the wrong color, having breakfast, holding candles, jogging or cycling can be arrested. Is Muhyiddin telling us that these are more serious crimes than the way utusan present their news report?

Newsletters of opposition parties can be banned for flimsy cook up reasons or for no reason at all. When utusan, famous for raising racial slant keeps on pounding their racist reports, you, Muhyiddin, just tick them off.

This is what you said as reported by The Malaysian Insider:

“You have to respect the position of every race in the country. Those who have been accorded proper citizenship, irrespective whether they are Malay, Chinese or Indians, is provided for in the law and constitution. So, whoever it is, I do hope that there has to be better understanding, whether or not it is Utusan,” he said.

Since no action is taken against utusan by suspending utusan permit, you are just blowing hot air to dance with the usual umno/bn wayang kulit.

Your "whoever it is" without taking any action against utusan indicates very clearly that umno/bn are still above the law and everyone else will be subjected to prosecution for raising racial slant or racist comment.

I agree with you when you talk about the law and constitution provision, but, instead of following the provision, you and najib, after ascending to power had shredded the provision of the law and constitution into pieces.

The way you and najib presented your so call changes are only superficial to entice for the peoples votes in order to remain in power.

My campaign to call for a change of the Federal Government in the coming 13th GE will continue until I see real changes like, implementing the IPCMC, get rid of the ISA, OSA, Printing and Sedition Acts and reform the judiciary. Ensure that all the Government Institutions perform their duties with fairness, integrity, without fear or favor and according to the provision of the law and the constitution.

Monday, June 1, 2009

55% Voters Not Satisfied With Najib ?

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Get real people, there is no other way but to see a change of Federal Government comes the 13th General Election. You had heard and read that they wanted change but they also concluded that their changes are to get your vote. They have no interest to look after the peoples need but only making superficial changes to return them to power years after years.


The latest findings by Merdeka Center for Opinion Research released today, June 1.

Take This First Important Step In Order To Change The Federal Government

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by Raja Petra Kamarudin
Voting should no longer be seen as a right. It should be regarded as a responsibility. Young people should be told it is their duty to vote. And to able to vote they must first register as a voter.

Can we embark on a voter-get-voter campaign? For every one of you who is already a registered voter, convince someone you know who is not yet a registered voter to go register as a voter.

Please read Raja Petra Kamarudin full posting here.

image obtain through Malaysia Today commentator justice, June 01, 2009 16:24:41


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