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Friday, December 19, 2008

Lack Of Monitoring Showed ! Everytime ..and fucking everytime the fucking same ..

19th December Malaysiaparty 's [SPort] Special Report
(picked from Dr.Chua Soi Lek blog) :

Hillslopes Development and Bukit Antarabangsa Tragedy
Posted by Datuk Seri Dr. Chua Soi Lek (Thursday, December 11, 2008) at 4:05pm

In the last 15 years, there were 13 major landslides in Hulu Kelang area, of which 5 were in Bukit Antarabangsa area.
malaysiakini to post this ==>
There are clear guidelines of highlands development by the Ministry of Environment. These guidelines are not only set out clearly according to the gradient of hillslopes, it also laid out steps to be taken to ensure safety on hillslopes development. They should be strictly adhered to, regulated, monitored and enforced.

Highland developments are classified into:

a) Class I - Gradient Less than 15 degrees

b) Class II - Gradient more than 15 to less than 25 degrees

c) Class I & Class II - For Development with Conditions

d) Class III - Gradient more than 25 to less than 35 degrees-little development allowed

e) Class IV - Gradient more than 35 degrees-No development allowed

There are even details about the qualifications and experience of consultants involved in the projects. However, it looks good on paper only.

When such tragedy occurs, many questions remain unanswered, especially who is to be held liable:

1. The approving authority is the local authority and often it lacks the technical know how and have to be dependent on other bodies. We are given to understand that the Ampang council does not even have a senior engineer to supervise Highland development.

2. There should be close supervising during the project implementation. If there are EIA requirements, who is to ensure that mitigating measures are followed and enforced? Supervision we are told is lacking.

3. Who is the Monitoring Authority? Often coordinated approaches involving many technical departments are required. It cannot be left to the local authority, which is lack of the expertise. If these consultants both private and government are involved, then they should be held accountable. It is they who are the experts, who certified the projects safe.

4. When the projects are completed, who is responsible for monitoring the projects and for how long it should be monitored? Leaving it to the developer to do the job of maintenance without being monitored is NOT the best method to ensure compliance.

5. Often if developments are by different contractors and developers – there is no coordination among them of who undertakes the coordination. There are accusations that some landowners / developers cut down their lands if the gradient is too steep to less steep (<35)degrees.>Every landslide and tragedy provides an opportunity to the authority to investigate the actual cause of the landslides – what went wrong and who is responsible. Often nobody seems to be accountable. The usual finger pointing and blame game starts.
a) Was it a design fault?

b) Did the construction go according to plan?

c) It is a maintenance problem that causes the landslides?

The victims and rakyat have the right to know who is responsible or accountable when tragedy strikes.

It cannot be an “Act of God” always. We are given to understand that while some consultants have paid the price of being negligent, no private developers have ever been brought to court for failing to comply with conditions laid down by the local authority.

The State Government and Federal Government must show that they are committed to ensure safety on hillslopes development. We may have to learn from Hong Kong how they overcome their problems on hillslopes development, otherwise landslides will continue and more tragedies will occur.

Buyers should NOT be faulted for buying houses on the hillslopes. We take it that the buildings are safe after the authority have approved it and certified it fit for occupation. However buyers have to be more careful in purchasing hillslopes houses. It can be time bomb.

Meanwhile the authority may want to review all hillslopes development that have been approved but not implemented. As for ongoing projects, it should be strictly monitored and regulated.
(part of the above picked from http://drchua9.blogspot.com/2008/12/hillslopes-development-and-bukit.html)

[土崩] 不能总归咎天意

12月19日 专题报导
(转摘自蔡细历医生部络格) :




1.第1级 - 山坡斜度少于15度
2.第2级 - 斜度超过15度但少于25度
3.第3级 - 斜度超过25度但少于35度。
4.第4级 - 斜度超过35度

此外,高原发展指南也阐明参与发展计划的咨询顾问机构,所应具备的资格和经验。 不过,看起来只是纸上谈兵


malaysiakini to post this ==>






· 是设计和策划失误?
· 建筑工程有没有按照计划进行?
· 是维修问题导致土崩吗?




(part of the above picked from http://drchua9.blogspot.com/2008/12/hillslopes-development-and-bukit.html)

Policy is goOD (on paper only) but Lack of Monitoring (all fucking sLeEp Infected)

19th December Malaysiaparty 's [SPort] Special Report
(picked from Dr.Chua Soi Lek blog) :

Bukit Antarabangsa Tragedy - Hillslope Development
Posted by Datuk Seri Dr. Chua Soi Lek (Monday, December 8, 2008) at 3:58pm

The latest Bukit Antarabangsa Tragedy in Kuala Lumpur once again demonstrates the Malaysian boleh for the wrong reason.

Landslide in the vicinity of Bukit Antarabangsa is not alien to us. It is a tragedy that occurs with such frequency that we have to ask ourselves whether we are wiser after each disaster. We may be sad, but are we any wiser?

The usual blame game will start and new directives have been issued by the PM to state government and local council. This will be repeated when the next tragedy strikes again.
malaysiakini to post this ==>
Hillslope development and landslide tragedy is a classic example of greed, inefficiency in implementation and poor monitoring or to be exact no monitoring.

There are clear guidelines for hillslope developments. There is also a cabinet committee on hillslope development with very clear guidelines according to the gradients of the hillslopes and measures to be undertaken. Often this remains good only on paper.

There are some issues that need to be taken in consideration for hillslope development.

1. Are projects approved according to guidelines in high-risk hillslope Development?

2. Are there any measures to stabilize the hillslope implemented?

3. Who is the monitoring authority? A coordinated approach involving JKR, DOE, JPS, local council and geotechnical experts are required.

4 When the project is completed, who is responsible for monitoring the hillslope stability?

5. What about the professional consultants (from engineers to architects) – are they also not liable, can they be sued so that there are more professionalism and commitment in their work?

I have written many times in this blog that EIA Report and other mitigating measures remain good on papers only since there is hardly any effective monitoring and enforcement.

Political will is required. Meanwhile, there should not be any cutting of trees and vegetations on hillslopes that are earmarked for development. Buyers should be more demanding and discerning about purchasing houses on hillslopes. Panoramic view and fresh air is good if there is soil and slope stability.
(part of the above picked from http://drchua9.blogspot.com/2008/12/bukit-antarabangsa-tragedy-hillslope.html)

什么什么指南, 完全没有监管的狗屌政策

12月19日 专题报导
(转摘自蔡细历医生部络格) :





malaysiakini to post this ==>


1. 是否根据高风险山坡发展指南去审核有关发展计划?


(part of the above picked from http://drchua9.blogspot.com/2008/12/bukit-antarabangsa-tragedy-hillslope.html)

Monday, December 15, 2008

Pak Lah Willing to Step Down or NOT ?

15th December Malaysiaparty 's [NOW] News of Week
(picked from themalaysianinsider.com) :

So, is he going... or staying?
DEC 8 — Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang says that Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi should only step down as Prime Minister once he has fulfilled his slew of promises to Malaysians.

Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah says that Abdullah can stay on as Prime Minister even if he is no longer the Umno president.

Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad says that there is every possibility that Abdullah will go back on his word and remain in the top job after party elections in March.

What's happening? What is driving this sudden examination and speculation of Abdullah's options? Is Abdullah reconsidering his retirement plans?

The short answer to the last question appears to be NO. Sources told The Malaysian Insider that Abdullah has already made plans for his post-Prime Minister days. He will shift out of Seri Perdana and move into a kampung-style house in Sungai Penchala, on the outskirts of Kuala Lumpur. As for filling up his retirement days, he has told his friends that he would like to spend time strengthening ties between Malaysia and the Middle East.

His staff members are also looking ahead and counting the days. Some of them are scouting for employment while members of the security detail will return to the general pool. The consensus is that Abdullah is at peace with the decision to hand over power to Datuk Seri Najib Razak at the party annual assembly in March 2009.

"He seems much happier than he was in the last few months. The mess after the March elections really weighed him down, with calls for him to step down and the back-biting and political back-stabbing. Now he looks relaxed and healthier… I think he accepts that his time is up, '' said a senior Umno official, who spoke on condition of anonymity.

Will he change his mind? No, says his supporters and friends. They say that it is important for Abdullah to be remembered as a man of his word. Also, he does not have a clinical streak in him or the temperament to go against convention, all very necessary tools if he wants to hold onto to the premiership beyond March.

After he has ushered in the legislation for the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission Bill, the Judicial Appointments Commission and the special tribunal for enforcement agencies and widened the social security net to cover more than 100,000 households, he will step down. But this will not stop speculation by the cheerleaders from the sidelines or the doubters.

Malaysiakini for this =>
Pas president Abdul Hadi said that the Islamic party would like Abdullah to stay on as Prime Minister until his main tasks were fulfilled. He noted that the MCAC had not been tabled in Parliament while the other reforms which the Prime Minister promised Malaysians were only in infancy stage.

He also felt that Abdullah should overhaul the Election Commission which still was not credible in the eyes of many Malaysians. "He should only go after overcoming the weaknesses and shortcomings of this body which oversees elections, '' said the MP for Marang.

Not difficult to see why Hadi has suddenly become a fan of Abdullah's. He and other Opposition politicians know that there will be chaos in Umno and Barisan Nasional if Abdullah does not vacate his office in Putrajaya as planned. Pakatan Rakyat politicians sense that with the transition issue settled, Umno seems to have become a more settled political animal, a more dangerous foe. Nurturing the idea of Abdullah staying on as Prime Minister will certainly help knock the party off its stride and keep it unbalanced for some time to come.

Last week, Tengku Razaleigh said that there was nothing to stop Abdullah from staying on a PM, noting that he had received the mandate in March to stay on for five years more. "He commands the confidence of the majority of the MPs. And the Prime Minister is appointed by the King and not the Umno General Assembly,'' said the Kelantan prince and former Finance Minister.

As tempting as this idea is, it may not move Abdullah. The reason: he needs to be embraced and loved by his party. He never wants to be viewed as a usurper of the party's collective will. He did not contest the party elections and therefore will no longer have its mandate to rule. He may have the mandate from Malaysians but not the mandate from his party. That distinction is all important to him.

In a recent interview with The Sun, he was asked why he did not use the 90 per cent approval rating in 2004 to push through reforms. He said that having the support of Malaysians was one thing but precious to him was the endorsement of his party.

In the eyes of many party men including Abdullah, Najib, who was elected party president by the Umno divisions, has the mandate to lead the party and the country.
(above picked from http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/index.php/malaysia/13890-so-is-he-going-or-staying)


15th December Malaysiaparty 's [NOW] News of Week
(picked from letter section at Malaysiakini.com) : http://www.malaysiakini.com/letters/94265

12月15日 党讯精選
(转摘自《当今大马-读者来函>>) : http://www.malaysiakini.com/letters/94265

忠诚待人 12月3日 下午4点59分









(above picked from http://www.malaysiakini.com/letters/94265)

Anyone can be Prime Minister and Leader

15th December Malaysiaparty 's [NOW] News of Week Malaysiakini, go fot his =>
(picked from CHARLES HECTOR 's blog) :

Wednesday, December 03, 2008 (at 2:11 PM )
Anyone can be leader -Anyone can be Prime Minister

Did not God... ..... create all human persons equal?

So, I do not at all feel good with all this talk about "Ketuanan Melayu" and "Malay Supremacy" - it sounds as though we advocate the notion that there are some races that are superior to others...and that I believe, is against the notion that all persons are equal...

In Germany there was a belief of Aryan supremacy - then the rice of the Nazi's - then...the extermination of the Jews..

In the US, of course there was the supremacy of the 'white races' for a very long time - the African Americans were even thought to be 'soul-less'.

We definitely do not want to cultivate the notion that there are superior and inferior races in Malaysia - do we now?

Therefore, those who propagate the usage of such terms that depicts that one race (or group of persons) are superior to another must stop doing so now.

Unity, Culture, Arts and Heritage Minister Datuk Seri Mohd Shafie Apdal called on MPs not to twist the ketuanan Melayu (Malay supremacy) issue for the sake of gaining political mileage.

Shafie, who also called for open debates on such matters to cease, said ketuanan Melayu didn’t mean that the culture of master and underling existed in the country because the country practised democratic principles based on constitutional monarchy. - Star, 3/12/2008 - Rafidah: Don’t discuss race, religion openly

Yes, many a time the persons who use such terms that derograte other races and religions do so so for the sake of getting political mileage...and other warped reasons.

Rafidah seem to want us not to discuss race and religious issues - and that is just the wrong solution. We must discuss it...and discuss it with openness. There must an effort also of educating peoples in Malaysia about the different religions and cultures - so that there will be a better understanding. There must a highlighting of the so many common elements that unite...

Edward Dagul seem to see things more clearly - and I too, like him, believe that the day has come when race-based political parties must become a thing of the past.

"We urge Mukhriz to be honest to himself and admit that the real problem lies with the politicians in the current communal-based political party system found within the Barisan Nasional coalition," Sapp Youth chief Edward Dagul said in a statement to Malaysiakini today.

These BN policy-makers' racial ideologies have meant that Umno champions only Malay causes, MCA for the Chinese community and MIC for Indians, he said, adding that when society sees this as the ruling coalition's formula for national integration, the concept of compartmentalisation is accepted.

"That's why no one will speak up for another Malaysian if not of the same race. The idea of ‘better left to someone of their own kind' will seep in. This results in further polarisation," Dagul said.

He said Sapp is disappointed that Mukhriz has decided to adopt this stand.

"It is nothing more than an exercise to garner more support in his bid for the Umno Youth chief's post," the Sapp Youth chief said, adding that the Jerlun MP should focus on Bangsa Malaysia and Wawasan 2020 as advocated by his father, former premier Dr Mahathir Mohamad, instead of harping on racially sensitive issues.

"The country's success lies in its diverse cultures and the mutual respect shown for one another," Dagul said. -
Malaysiakini, 3/12/2008 - Sapp: Race-based parties the problem, not vernacular schools
Chua Soi Lek of MCA also expressed on the matter...

MCA deputy president Chua Soi Lek today said that it was time to change the concept of power sharing within Barisan Nasional.

He said that the oft-used slogan of ‘Ketuanan Melayu', or Malay supremacy, that indicated a master and servant relationship was unacceptable. - Malaysiakini,27/11/2008 - 'We accept Malay leadership, not Malay supremacy'
However, I cannot agree the MCA's blind acceptance to Malay leadership. Leadership is an issue that will be decided by the people - by the majority, and race, religion, cultural background, caste, class, gender and all such factors are irrelevant - and the best person/s must be chosen to be the leaders of communities and even the government. I, Charles Hector, also hope that I can and maybe I would be the Prime Minister of Malaysia.

Let us move away from this discussion on terms and definitions - and get down to discussing what we can do to make Malaysia a better and a more just place to live.
(above picked from http://charleshector.blogspot.com/2008/12/charles-hector-can-be-future-pm-of.html)

Malaysia Indian - NOT to be Marginalization (part 3)

15th December Malaysiaparty 's [NOW] News of Week Malaysiakini, go fot his =>
(picked from Ivanpal Grewal 's blog) :

Tuesday, December 02, 2008 (Posted by Ivanpal at 3:11 PM)
(My letter to Malaysiakini)

One year from Nov 25, nothing much has changed
Ivanpal S Grewal Dec 1, 08 3:15pm

I refer to the Malaysiakini report Hindraf supporters throng temples for Nov 25 anniversary.
Nov 25 was the first anniversary of the Hindraf demonstration that brought together disparate groups of Indians to protest the infringement of their rights as well as the systematic injustice perpetrated against them.
First of all, let me apologise. One year ago, I was of the opinion that the Hindraf rally was subversive and unfit for purpose. I contended that while the grievances were legitimate, the methodology employed to communicate those grievances were questionable at best.
My personal renaissance with this issue stems from a visit I made last week to certain areas in the Klang Valley. I came across not only abject poverty but also across some harrowing stories on the failure of all parties concerned to seriously address this most transcendent problem. malaysiakini to post this ==>
I met a family living on RM3 a day and two children of the family aged 15 and 18 had no identification whatsoever and had never been to school. They only speak Tamil and they cannot count, read or write.
I met another elderly couple, the wife was 74 and the husband was something 80 odd years old. Their children almost never visit them and are only able to settle the monthly utility bills. They live on biscuits and bread. Rice, curry and vegetables - staples of the Indian diet - are a luxury.
I also met a family that is lives with no electricity and water because they simply cannot afford to pay the bills. One daughter is mentally disabled, the mother suffers from cancer and the other daughter just left her abusive husband with four young children. The son of the family works but his meagre income cannot support the family at all.
Now, these stories sounds like those that would emanate from a Third World country or a war- torn country. What is shocking is that this is happening in Selangor, the so-called most developed state with no squatters. How could we have allowed this to happen? malaysiakini to post this ==>
The MIC has obviously failed the Indians; but what about the other BN partners? They, too, have a moral obligation to ensure that no Malaysian lives below the poverty line and on less than US$ 1 a day which is the global measurement for abject poverty.
While we fight over race, religion, ketuanan and fundamental freedoms; a whole demographic has been left in the lurch
. Ignored and disrespected, they formed the strength of Hindraf.
So when our leaders belittled their motivation as simply pecuniary (driven by the promise of a million pounds from the British Government) they forgot the legitimate and serious grievances. These Indians’ anger was pure and their frustration was real.
Now let me pose these questions:

Why are the Indians via Hindraf disallowed from questioning their dismal economic status?

Why are they branded ‘racists’ when they lament the fact that since the introduction of the NEP, the Indian share of national wealth has diminished?

Why are the branded theocratic lunatics when they express their displeasure over the desecration of their temples?

This is not a problem of race but is it a problem of survival. The Indians have long been sidelined and their docile leaders have been complicit in this injustice. Many Indians are denied a Malaysian identity card but illegals in Sabah find getting one like a walk in the park.
The Indians are deprived of welfare help by a bureaucratic and inefficient delivery system. They are denied access to tertiary education by a system that positively discriminates. So what were they to do? What are the three families I met to do?
Who could they complain to? Who listened to them? Hindraf gave them a voice and gave them a platform to air their grouses. The movement galvanised and the BN was humbled on March 8.
And now, some one year later, nothing much has changed. Hindraf is in disarray and infighting has consumed all the passion. Politicking and power-plays now form the plot - not legitimate activism.
The failure of Hindraf to remain true to its ideals is a great disservice to the Indian community but the direct effects are more serious. As the Indians continue to be demoralised, hopelessness will engulf a whole community which will turn more to intoxicants and crime to neutralise their dejection.
As the community burns, leaders on all sides of the aisle fight for power and influence. So Hindraf, like all other Indian movements, fails the Indians once again. And the Indian community is once again bereft of direction and purpose.
With tears in my eyes and prayers on my lips, I can only protest this injustice and on a micro- level help those in need. Until and unless the Indians unite, no one is going to solve our problems or take us seriously.
(above picked from http://ivanpal.blogspot.com/2008/12/my-letter-to-malaysiakini-one-year-from.html)

RELATED article to [Sidelided Indian] issue:-
1. Indian Today - NOT to Marginalization by { JP } [the 3rd PARTY]
2. Malaysia Indian - NOT to be Marginalization (part 2) ~ by Malaysiakini reader
3. http://malaysiaparty.blogspot.com/search/label/Indian

[唱大戏] 阿都拉.人民进步党去留国阵.悉随尊便

15th December Malaysiaparty 's [NOW] News of Week
(picked from Malaysiakini.com) : http://malaysiakini.com/news/94592

12月15日 党讯精選
(转摘自《当今大马》 Malaysiakini ) : http://malaysiakini.com/news/94592


李伟伦 12月9日 傍晚7点25分
bn supreme council meeting 091208 03虽然人民进步党在日前党代表大会向国阵发出最后通牒,若不修改内安法令将会退出国阵;不过,首相阿都拉今日一口否决人民进步党的通牒,并表示若人民进步党想要退出国阵,悉随尊便








t murugiah不过,人民进步党青年团长兼首相署副部长慕鲁基亚受询时,却对首相的言论感到惊讶。




bn supreme council meeting 091208 01另一方面,阿都拉表示,今日的国阵最高理事会议,并没讨论太多的敏感课题,包括巫青团长候选人慕克里兹所提出的废除华小及淡小,划一小学教育的争议性建议。





针对即将在明年1月举行的瓜拉登嘉楼补选,阿都拉表示,国阵非常有信心能够保住这个国会议席,并三度重申,“我们要赢(We want to win)”来回应记者的询问,展现国阵捍卫这个国会议席的决心。











bn supreme council meeting 091208 02今日的国阵最高理事会会议从下午3点开始,至傍晚6点半结束。值得一提的是,由于马华总会长翁诗杰身在国外,其副手蔡细历也暂代翁氏的位子,并坐在副首相纳吉的左侧。

(above picked from http://malaysiakini.com/news/94592)

Who is the NO.2 (DPM ?) choice preference of Najib ?

15th December Malaysiaparty 's [NOW] News of Week
(picked from themalaysianinsider.com) :

Dr M spooking Najib to go his way
DEC 6 — Here we go again.

That must be the sentiment being felt by Prime-Minister-in-waiting Datuk Seri Najib Razak and his band of supporters in recent days after Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad ratcheted up pressure on him to become his “own man” and support certain aspirants to senior positions in Umno.
Malaysiakini to post on this ==>

The Deputy Prime Minister knows that the caustic comments and biting statements will not stop until the party elections are over in March or until he gives his full backing to candidates endorsed by Dr Mahathir.

On the flip side, he also has to accept that showing favour to one set of candidates or becoming a proxy for the former prime minister could provoke other candidates to go for broke and destroy any sense of stability in a ruling party already knee deep in controversy and facing an important by-election on Jan 17.

Running through Dr Mahathir’s recent statements and postings on his blog, he appears peeved that Najib has become too comfortable with the transition plan and not assertive enough in supporting Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin as his choice for the number two position in Umno.

Muhyiddin, who played a significant role in building up momentum for Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi’s ouster, has been Dr Mahathir’s only choice for the number two position.

He is up against Malacca Chief Minister Datuk Mohd Ali Rustam and Rural Development Minister Tan Sri Muhammad Muhammad Taib for the deputy president’s position.

Dr Mahathir is also partial to his son Datuk Muhkriz Mahathir being elected Umno Youth chief over Khairy Jamaluddin and Datuk Seri Dr Khir Toyo.

In a posting on his blog, he accused Abdullah of busy campaigning for his chosen candidates for the posts of deputy president, Wanita chief and Youth chief, noting that winners will be rewarded with appointments as ministers.

Najib is going to be surrounded by Abdullah's people and through these people Abdullah will control the government of Najib. Najib has already abandoned Muhyiddin, the fierce critic of Abdullah. He does not want to incur the displeasure of his boss. Would he refuse to appoint Abdullah's nominees? Would he dare go against them?” he provoked.

Several days ago, he suggested that Najib may end up as the president of Umno but Abdullah will hold the ultimate prize — the prime ministership.

In an interview with Riz Khan on Al Jazeera, he followed up with another observation, noting that Najib is “more a follower than a leader and must change that.”

These statements are designed to spook Najib and his supporters and provoke them into action, namely showing clear support for candidates with antipathy towards Abdullah.

These statements must also be read together with the warning by Dr Mahathir to expose election candidates who he believes are guilty of buying support.

In his opinion, Muhyiddin should be a shoo-in for the number two job.

Instead, he appears to be in a dog fight with Ali and Muhammad Taib, two candidates said to be close to Abdullah.

Sources told The Malaysian Insider that Najib may prefer Muhyiddin over the other two candidates but will not publicly endorse anyone contesting the party elections.

The reason: he believes that it could complicate efforts to restore unity to the party after March.

Also, it is too early in the game to be showing his hand.

The party polls are a good four months away and no candidate in any category is an overwhelming favourite.

Finally, if Najib endorses any candidate or a slate of candidates, he runs the risk of exposing himself to fire from those left out of the equation.

Given the poisonous mood in the party, the return fire could be damaging.

So for the time being at least, staying on the sidelines makes sense for Najib.

Only problem is that Dr Mahathir is not going to be silent.
(above picked from http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/index.php/malaysia/13807-dr-m-spooking-najib-to-go-his-way)

老鸟也如此, 有何指望的社青团 ?

15th December Malaysiaparty 's [NOW] News of Week
(picked from Malaysiakini.com) : http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/94458

12月15日 党讯精選
(转摘自《当今大马》 Malaysiakini ) : http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/94458


郭史光庆 12月6日 傍晚5点19分

dapsy agm 061208 banner吉隆坡联邦酒店15楼的会议厅,挂满写着“领航新格局,创造新希望”的红白色布条,布条上方印着一支升空的火箭,散发着朝气与活力;然而午餐后的会议厅却寒意逼人,主因不是酒店冷气特别冻,而是现场冷清的出席率与辩论气氛






dapsy agm 061208 delegates 02不过在几名“敢死队”当面抨击党内弊端之后,辩论气氛就逐渐升温,对自己人的批评也逐渐浮出台面。




(Exclusively view from [JP-the 3rd PARTY]: It had been an experience by my close buddy who was under employed in a private sector in seeking help and advice from MP Kepong (the Rocketfella-Dr. Tan):-

The MP showing lack of interest and enthusiam in helping my close buddy that had been delayed on his hard-earn commission salary by his employer; but given such unnecessary suggestions to my buddy in conclusion "better not to go and meet him for he is too too busy with his "Longgang"-translated as drainage business somewhere in Jinjang" told by my close buddy !!!

So, we had seen clearly that most of the MP (expecially after elected), they are more concern onto those issues which will gain more publicity ! That's why we read a lot of this MP inspected "Longgang" in local chinese newspaper, and this showed that they are doing their job !

So how they help the under-employed working force ? Don't talk about "protect"ing the interest of working force, they're not even helping ! Even their "old bird" was in that kind of attitude ? ? ? )


dapsy agm 061208 leadership另外,多元种族路线一直是行动党挂在嘴边的口号,但是如何开拓多元路线却是知易行难。




dapsy agm 061208 outgoing leaders问题浮出台面后当然少不了寻觅根源,卸任的领导层也逃不过成为问责的对象。





dapsy agm 061208 kit siang speech让人感到意外的是,虽然该党资深领袖林吉祥(左图)在开幕时已经点出一条未来斗争方向的主轴,即社青团必须协助民联在来届大选执政中央,使行动党转型成为执政党之一,但是代表们的辩论内容却鲜少触及究竟如何能够赢取大选。



dapsy agm 061208 nga kor ming anthony loke voting新任总团长陆兆福(右图右)在总结时就指出,代表们忽略了如何赢得下届大选的重要课题。




(part of the above picked http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/94458)

纳吉接棒, 谁即将领导大马政商业?

15th December Malaysiaparty 's [NOW] News of Week
(picked from Malaysiakini.com) : http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/94509

12月15日 党讯精選
(转摘自《当今大马》 Malaysiakini ) : http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/94509

12月8日 下午2点10分

najib finance ministry pc 220908 02一朝天子一朝臣,随着副首相纳吉在明年3月接棒,我国预料也会涌现一批被视为与其关系密切的新贵,在政坛和商场上叱咤风云。




Johan控股有限公司主席主席陈启福(Tan Kay Hock,译音)、沙布拉集团(Sapura)主席沙里尔三苏丁(Shahril Shamsuddin),以及控制多元资源重工业(DRB Hicom)的著名土著企业家赛莫达(Syed Mokhtar Albukhary),是其中一些被指与纳吉有亲密关系的殷商。

纳吉与陈启福被指是长时间相识的朋友,而且也是高尔夫球的球友。后者所经营的Johan控股涉足多个领域,包括旅游业、产业、健康食品和建筑材料,其中以大莱卡(Diners Club)信用卡最为人熟知。


syed mokhtar al bukhary赛莫达(左图)的多元资源重工业,也在纳吉的选区北根拥有一间大型汽车工厂,是当地最大的雇主。此外,多元资源重工业属下的国防工业私人由县共岁(Defence Technologies)也是我国其中一家主要的国防交通工具的供应商。





“Peremba子弟”是在达因时代崛起的土著企业家,包括控制玲珑集团的哈林沙辖(Halim Saad)和控制置地通用的旺阿兹米(Wan Azmi Wan Hamzah)。至于“马资源子弟”则是指在1993年收购新海峡时报集团的4名安华亲信。








nazir razak此外,作为前首相拉萨长子的纳吉,也拥有4名在各领域活跃的弟弟。他们分别是,担任律师的二弟佐哈里(Johari Razak)、从事投资银行业的三弟莫哈末尼詹(Mohamed Nizam Razak)、担任绘测师的四弟莫哈莫纳金(Mohamed Nazim Razak),以及最广为人知的五弟,也担任联昌国际银行集团首席执行员的纳兹尔(Nazir Razak,右图)。




纳吉的两名亲信罗哈娜玛目(Rohana Mahmood)和奥玛慕斯达法王(Omar Mustapha Ong)也备受瞩目,两人都是政府咨询顾问公司Ethos & Co的创办人。

其中,罗哈娜也曾和纳吉另一名卷入蒙古女郎炸尸案的智囊阿都拉萨(Abdul Razak Baginda),创办大马策略研究中心(Malaysian Strategic Research Centre)。纳吉曾经担任这家智囊机构的主席,但是它目前已经解散。






他们包括包括国库控股公司董事经理阿兹曼莫达(Azman Mokhtar)、马银行首席执行员瓦希德奥玛(Wahid Omar)、国能首席执行员仄卡立(Che Khalib)、马资源董事经理沙里尔利祖安(Shahril Ridzuan)和首要媒体董事经理阿都拉曼(Abdul Rahman Ahmad)



这6人分别是阿兹曼莫达、国库控股董事末诺尤索夫(Md Nor Yusof)和莫哈末阿兹曼(Mohamed Azman Yahya)、Konsortium Transnational公司主席莫哈末纳兹米(Mohd Nadzmi Mohd Salleh)、沙布拉集团主席沙里尔、联昌国际银行集团董事颜威明(Gan Wee Beng,译音)。

这家英文报章也点名两名在公共机构服务的专业经理人,可能会获得委派更重要的职务。他们分别是联邦土地发展局控股有限公司(Felda)首席执行员巴克沙列(Bakke Salleh)和武装部队基金(Lembaga Tabung Angkatan Tentera)主席罗丁沃(Lodin Wok Kamarudin)。
(above picked from http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/94509)

Politician & Businessman INCESTUOUS Victim / 政商乱伦的受害者

15th December Malaysiaparty 's [SPort] Special Report
(picked from Malaysiakini.com) : http://malaysiakini.com/news/94752

Hillside developers 'abuse' their power
Rahmah Ghazali Dec 12, 08 11:50am
MCA deputy president Dr Chua Soi Lek has alleged that some hillside developers have abused their power to get approval from the local authorities to proceed with their projects.
*Don't blame the buyers
*Drag developers to court

12月15日 专题报导
《当今大马》 Malaysiakini ) : http://malaysiakini.com/news/94802


12月12日 傍晚6点42分

bukit antarabangsa landslide victim unglu farid ungku abdul rahman interview 121208 01继华裔女会计师黄仪频的家属后,再1名淡江土崩灾黎做出血泪大控诉,直指国际山庄的居民具成为我国贪腐弊案的受害者

现年54岁的恩姑法立(Ungku Farid Ungku Abdul,左图)说,尽管政府声称淡江土崩纯属天灾,但这起灾难的肇因,其实是政商勾结,乱批不符规格的房地发展计划所致










kuala terengganu parliament seat by election 2008 051208询及这代表什么意思,他进一步说,本身将会在即将开始的瓜拉登嘉楼补选期间,对着巫统干,告诉选民若再给巫统权力,会带来什么危险






bukit antarabangsa landslide victim unglu farid ungku abdul rahman interview 121208 03他也指出,国际山庄的居民在土崩发生后,根本就不能撤离灾区,因为唯一的出路已被土石所封堵。






(above picked from

[民联] 五州联手抗经济

15th December Malaysiaparty 's [NOW] News of Week
(picked from Malaysiakini.com) : http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/94408

12月15日 党讯精選
(转摘自《当今大马》 Malaysiakini ) : http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/94408


刘嘉铭 12月5日 傍晚5点09分
penang pakatan leaders mb conference 051208 02有鉴于全球经济衰退的来临,民联执政的5个州属将联手应对明年可能掀起的一股裁员潮





penang pakatan leaders mb conference 051208 01出席者包括槟州行政议员阿都玛烈、槟州发展机构总经理罗斯里(Rosli Jaafar)及投资槟城机构执行委员会主席李家全。













(exclusively view by JP - [the 3rd PARTY] :
Why this Khalid always throwing back the "ball" to federal government ? ! !
Can't he himself think of substitute plan instead of asking for impossible to help out the folks of Selangor people ? He should knew that to ask contribution from federal is an rarely impossible task and he is always keep on doing that everytime when people asking him for solution !!

"maybe he is really can not think"
"he is just a toy by anwar and while anwar busy on other issue, how can a toy to think?" told by one of my buddy

This was NOT the first; the Rawang 's cable case is still unsettled and he had throw the "ball" back to Barisan 's linked company - TNB and federal government to resolve the unsettled !!

What the nonsense he think we are all fooled !!)




- (see all nonsence political speech he'd given) - by JP-[the 3rd PARTY]












他认为,若可以将槟州的经济从世界“血汗工厂”(sweat-shop)转变成“精明工厂”(smart shop),将成功靠近价值链。
(part of the above picked from http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/94408)

[林冠英] 請做个实权领导, 勿拖挎自身的党. 之二

15th December Malaysiaparty 's [NOW] News of Week
(picked from letter section at Malaysiakini.com) : http://www.malaysiakini.com/letters/94468

12月15日 党讯精選
(转摘自《当今大马-读者来函>>) : http://www.malaysiakini.com/letters/94468

钟圣培 12月6日 傍晚6点56分






(above picked from http://www.malaysiakini.com/letters/94468)

[林冠英] 請做个实权领导, 勿拖挎自身的党. 之1

15th December Malaysiaparty 's [NOW] News of Week
(picked from letter section at Malaysiakini.com) : http://www.malaysiakini.com/letters/94522

12月15日 党讯精選
(转摘自《当今大马-读者来函>>) : http://www.malaysiakini.com/letters/94522

胡栋强 12月8日 晚上8点30分








(above picked from http://www.malaysiakini.com/letters/94522)

唱双簧 . 一唱一和的撇清关系

15th December Malaysiaparty 's [NOW] News of Week
(picked from Malaysiakini.com) : http://malaysiakini.com/news/94125

12月15日 党讯精選
(转摘自《当今大马》 Malaysiakini ) : http://malaysiakini.com/news/94125

12月2日 上午11点48分
najib tun razak photos 211008 02副首相纳吉保证接棒后,绝对不会重返“马哈迪主义”,因为在经过308大选海啸的冲击后,新的马来西亚已经崛起。




mahathir hulu langat 120408 press conference虽然纳吉遭在野党批评为马哈迪主义拥趸,但是这名候任首相却显然企图极力与马哈迪的施政方式撇清关系。
















(above picked from http://malaysiakini.com/news/94125)

阿都拉无意下台 . 传 1

15th December Malaysiaparty 's [NOW] News of Week
(picked from Malaysiakini.com) : http://malaysiakini.com/news/94171

12月15日 党讯精選
(转摘自《当今大马》 Malaysiakini ) : http://malaysiakini.com/news/94171

12月2日 下午4点46分

mahathir perdana forum bangsa malaysia 121108 02尽管大家都认定副首相纳吉将在明年3月接棒成为第六任首相,但是前首相马哈迪今日却突然表示,坊间传闻阿都拉恋栈首相的宝座,因此就算纳吉出任巫统主席,但也不一定当得成首相








abdullah ahmad badawi najib razak pc change portfolio 170908 05已经广泛被视为候任首相的纳吉,昨日接受半岛电视台访问时,保证在他执政后不会重返马哈迪主义;结果,马哈迪今日突然通过部落格放话,声称纳吉可能无法如愿接任首相的宝座。















(above picked from http://malaysiakini.com/news/94171)

安华 “ 第一第二第三优先皆经济 ”

15th December Malaysiaparty 's [NOW] News of Week
(picked from Malaysiakini.com) : http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/94474

12月15日 党讯精選
(转摘自《当今大马》 Malaysiakini ) : http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/94474


刘嘉铭 12月6日 晚上9点12分
anwar ibrahim speech in penang 061208 01








anwar ibrahim speech in penang 061208 mohd fairus,anwar,guan eng and abdul malik他认为,优先建立透明施政,其实也是将贪污分散在各阶层去对抗,而民联更持有增加产油州属石油税分享额的立场。












anwar ibrahim speech in penang 061208 lim  guan eng询及槟州民联政府似乎热衷于揭前朝疮疤,安华为林冠英(左图)辩护说,新政府确实应推行新计划,但槟州也成为了吸引外资的地点,“首长必须针对威省市政局的赤字亏损指出解释,否则敌对党会藉媒体作出攻击,所以玩弄归咎游戏的说法不存在。”



(above picked from http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/94474)

Apa Perubahan kita dapat bila Hoo-hAA kat Jalanraya ?

15hb Dicember Malaysiaparty 's [NOW] News of Week
(picked from Malaysiakini.com) : http://malaysiakini.com/news/93084

Sepuluh tahun selepas reformasi...
Jimadie Shah Othman Nov 14, 08 2:58pm

Selepas 10 tahun, gerakan reformasi pada tahun 1998 yang tercetus ekoran pemecatan timbalan perdana menteri ketika itu Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim, disifatkan "mendapat kemenangan kecil di sebalik kekalahan besar".

10 years reformasi forum 141108 1 hishamuddin raisAktivis reformasi Hishamuddin Rais berkata, gerakan reformasi yang menggerakkan puluhan ribu rakyat Malaysia turun ke jalanraya itu, gagal menuntut "perubahan struktural" melibatkan perubahan dalam sistem dan dasar-dasar ekonomi.

"Kini Pakatan Rakyat memerintah lima negeri. Apa yang perlu dilakukan kalau reformasi ingin terus dikembangkan - daripada kemenangan-kemenangan kecil kepada kemenangan besar pada 8 Mac - adalah membincangkan perubahan struktural.

Beliau berkata demikian dalam forum bertajuk 'Reformasilah: Membincangkan (lagi) 10 Tahun Reformasi Malaysia dan Indonesia' anjuran Pusat Penyelidikan dan Maklumat Strategik (SIRD) di ibunegara malam tadi.

Bagaimanapun, Hishamuddin berkata, gerakan reformasi berjaya membuatkan orang Melayu buat pertama kali bangun menentang penggunaan Akta Keselamatan dalam Negeri (ISA).

Tindakan itu katanya, berbeza dengan tindakan mereka daripada zaman 1971 hingga 1974, yang hanya membiarkan orang Cina sahaja menuntut penghapusan akta kontroversi itu.

Perubahan struktur

Beliau turut mengkritik Anwar yang didakwanya "tidak pernah mengajukan reformasi" sebelum dipecat oleh perdana menteri ketika itu Tun Mahathir Mohamad.

reformasi 1998 270808 04Hishamuddin mentafsirkan reformasi pada 1998 sebagai pertembungan 'borjois kecil dan borjois besar'.

"Ia hanya pertembungan kelas, tidak ada kena mengena dengan perubahan struktur," katanya.

Pada masa itu, katanya, ramai yang berharap Anwar menjadi perdana menteri dalam masa terdekat dan mengalihkan tauke-tauke besar itu supaya tempat itu dapat diganti mereka.
(part of the above picked from http://malaysiakini.com/news/93084)