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Friday, September 18, 2009

[The Pakatan Rakyat & JP] - Pakatan ADUN Ignoring His Constituency

Sept 18th Malaysiaparty 's pick of to-day
(picked from JP-[the 3rd PARTY] )

by { JP }
How should I starting to write this…
This all was an echo following my correspondence experiences with our beloved, voted and respectful(ED) (in bahasa - Yang pernah Berhormat) state assemblymen (ADUN - Ahli Dewan Undangan Negeri). I don’t hope that any of you as my precious reader to having this whenever you’re encountering any complaint or constrained situation where you need a favour from your voted people’s representative (so called the ADUN).

To make this short, actually it’s not, lets me brief you what was going on > > >

July 01, 2009 WED - I visited housing area in Tmn Sri Sentosa, Klang.

Findings: 1. Drainage system failure; 2. High risk accidental T-junction.

I drew out a road map indicating the high risk T-Junction and wrote detailing in my blog > http://jp3rdparty.blogspot.com/2009/07/klang-tiger-mouth-swallowing-life.html with hoping to get attention and then solution from authority board.

July 03 FRI - I asked YB Charles Santiago (VOTED Member of Parliament for Klang). In his Facebook, I wrote
Besides notified him about a suggestion to prevent accident in the high risk T-Junction,
{ .....
YB, one more issue:
The "longkang" drainage in Tman Seri Sentosa was cleaned out the last time before election last year.
Now its had been abandoned for whole year!
And mosquitos biten children !!
So please do something, YB. July 3 at 3:10pm • } -

July 05 SUN - YB Charles responded in his Facebook's with this >
{Charles Santiago
Dear Jeff -- please send me more info on the drainage situation in Taman Sri Sentosa. where specifically is the problem. July 5 at 3:42am }

With heart of grateful (way to catch solution), I replied >
Dear YB,
the longkang in front of single storey link house all blocked !
Water inside not moving..
Expecially in Lorong Dato Abdul Hamid ..
Kindly send people to check....
btw, i may able to photo shoot some photos for your reference. but if you able to take immediate action before that, so much appreciated, YB

JP July 5 at 3:48am • }

After being waited day after days and worrying about the mosquitoes growth in thousands which sting children, and there was none of any more response by YB Charles.

July 20, 2009 MON - I pasted tens of photos with each clearly showing blocked drains and with clear indication of streets’ name in a blogsite >

Further to this, I notified YB Charles (in Facebook) at the same time>
{..YB Tuan Charles,
......with according to our previous conversation onTmn Seri Sentosa issues, here is photos showing the sucked "longkang".
(anyway, only one piece of photos allowed in FB, for further more of these sucked, go to my blog at http://jp3rdparty.blogspot.com/)
btw, I thought you 'd already sent people to work out somethings on this, seem ... umm, photos showed. Please further your action, YB as mosquitoes multiple increased with this sick situation. Appreciate very much
. July 20 at 12:34am • }

Besides pasting photos at the blog (http://jp3rdparty.blogspot.com/2009/07/by-jp-these-are-sick-drains-longkang-in.html) to notice YB Charles, this time I decided to call to his phone to notice him verbally in order to find out why there was no response, as my worries goes on with the stinging children mosquitoes. Dengue ? H1N1 ? He cares or not ?? !

I rang to YB Charles (016-XXX 7797) at around 8pm the same few day.
A lady named herself [Sara] answered.
JP: “Hello, Is this YB Charles around?
Sara: “I am assistant to YB, Sara here
JP: “Miss, this is regarding a public concern issue in Tmn Sri Sentosa, Klang..”
(without clearly acceptance of my complaint) This quick-react lady answered: “Would you mind to call back tomorrow in the office hour? It’s after office hour already.
.....well, I was tending to throw her back this (CAN I SAY I MIND)
but I didn’t and answered politely: “Thank you, Miss. Then I will call you again tomorrow.” The phone hung up!

Afternoon on the next day – I called again the 016-XXX 7797.
JP: “Regarding my yesterday call about the issue in Tmn Sri Sentosa. Drains system failure. Mosquitoes grow a lot with biting children…..”
Sara: “Oh.. (ya) ….but that area is under another ADUN. The (Keadilan) Dr. Xavier. You call him.

(My God! Now only she’s saying this, after all my photo shot postings and correspondences in Charles Santiago Facebook…)

JP: “ok. What number I should call?”
Sara: “wait….call this 03-XXXX 4595 the ADUN office”. Phone hangs up (without HER hesitating).

I called the 03 without hesitating too. After several times trying, then got through. They gave me another number to call due to their fixed line problem (phone line disruption).

What the hell? Couldn’t they fix their line? This reminds me when I needed to call certain authority board the time we was having BN’s governance. Let me know whoever able to call through the 1800 JPJ complaint-number pasted on every registered lorry? I thought Pakatan should be better in handling this.

Call to SUK office – 03-XXXX 7306” The one in the ADUN office told.
By the way, who can tell what the hell is this [SUK] means for? (please la, I am just an ordinary citizen - who have voted for yours)

Then I called and they gave me another number (again) 019-XXX 7246 to call their “action-taking / task force” guy – Mr Raju. She said this guy will HELP.
(Actually, who is HELPING who? I scratching my head. In this type of public concern issue, I’m forwarding them this piece of “recipe” which they might getting well political mileage if they settling the complaint (off course, by calling whole gang of reporters to publish in news media);

(but sigh and damned they behaved like we supposed to beg them for clearing help!)
I, as not a resident that area but just coincidental discovered that sucking drains, was eagerly to forward this issue to respectful people’s representative (state government) for unnecessary rising of serious matter (likes dengue death); but this folk of "arrogantist" just keeping their arrogant with showing their moron attitude acting like “superman”!

(My goodness) ok, fine. Nonetheless, it’s half way now…so, I ticked on my phone again. What would happened if I just cut saving my phone bill here ? Would these arrogantist inform their Pakatan’s counterpart ? Aren’t they in the same coalition governing the state?
I ticked on my phone again with dialing that given number (019-XXXX 7246) >
JP: “Hello, Mr Raju ?”
Raju: “Yes
JP: “It’s regarding ….bla..bla..bla (the same sentence I had repeated for many times)”
JP: “…and there are some photos shot pasted in this blog at > http://jp3rdparty.blogspot.com/2009/07/by-jp-these-are-sick-drains-longkang-in.html indicating clearly which streets having drain failure problem
Raju: “ok. We will send people to check.”
JP: “Thank you very much, Mr Raju.” still with my heart of grateful after his PKR’s type of soft talk.
By the way, you are Dr. Xavier’s ….. ?”

Raju: “I am aide (assistant) to Dr. Xavier

And this time, hopefully thing get done with Mr. Raju’s sounded politely and convincible.

After a week, I called Mr Raju again.
JP: “Hello, Mr Raju.”, “How is the progress on my last week compliant about longkang in Tmn Sri Sentosa?
Raju: “Oh, ya. Regarding this matter. We are going to that area tomorrow.(MPK and YB) are going together.”
Was I overheard that YB Dr. Xavier is going too?
JP: “Great to hear that. Remember to shoot some nice photos then paste onto YB’s blog to let us know what is the outcome and solution.
Early, I checked YB Dr. Xavier’s blogsite and its telling that YB Dr. Xavier is holding another post extremely-related to my complaint – Selangor state Executive Council (EXCO) for Health. That’s great, with his concern in health sector, I believed he absolutely don’t want any flying kite numbers in dengue cases.

Thanks again, Mr. Raju.” I grate him.

We (me and my contact lives there) waited until the next day, but they sang us a James Bond’s song - [Tomorrow Never Come] !
I called Mr Raju on the spot.

Raju: “I personally had drop by to see the situation there. And we will forward complaint to MPK (Majlis Perbandaran Klang). Things will be settled.”
Really? I started to doubt … early he said MPK and YB should dropped by and checked…..was I overheard ?

Then we waited for another week. Thing NOT yet been settled! Drains still badly smeary disgusting, mosquitoes still flying in thousands in every evening and worst still after each rainy day, water floated up with worms sticking and jigging beside the drains – some dying and drying inside residents’ houses!

We can’t wait anymore and I decided to call news media this time.
(Some might have curious why we didn’t call MPK directly.) Well, I leave it to be answered by imaginations of you all. It will justify on level of maturity and political mind-set growth after the last Tsunami election where we had changed this state government to be a (opposition) – Pakatan state for the first time ever in Selangor. We thought it’s different from BN.

We were not expecting them to be “Superman” especially just right after taking role in state Selangor.
Still considering NEW after one year?!! Acceptable.
Council members or enforcement department still occupied by Umnoputras (as said by one of my brilliant buddy in Facebook) – causing these Pakatan’s ADUN obstacle to delegate job downward? What nonsense? After a whole year, still the same situation?
..ok! then just sit comfortably there and do nothing! See how these Umnoputra (if there’re really exist) as you said will transmitting such “goodnews” to their mastermind and how will these all morons be pin-pointed in the next election!
(This was what I thought then, that’s why I was being sooOooOoo friendly to notify these Pakatan’s morons. But now I am almost being an Umno-helping hand in putting all this in letter words. Who fault? Who forced? )

Somewhere back in between month end of July and beginning of August.
I called the Star (which is a pro-BN news media as perception by most of us).
But then, the editor gave me few “helpful numbers”…..

Editor: “You may call to Ronnie Liu. He is the one monitoring (in-charge) for all (Pakatan) ADUNs’ performances in state.”
(I never knew got such a post to monitor other ADUNs’s performance) ??
"His number 012-XXX 3656 and office 03-XXXX 7150.”

I was surprised too why the editor was being so “nice” without publishing this “demolishing” news but given me Ronnie’s number; maybe he was a “Trojan horse” !??

I called then.

JP: “Hello, can I speak to YB Ronnie ? Ronnie Liu ?”
Daniel: “YB is in the middle of discussion. I am Daniel, assistant to YB. What it is regarding?
JP: “Chinese? Mandarin ok?” *(this time, thought of using my mother tongue as my Engrand level low and that’s why that Mr Raju might have gone somewhere else)

Daniel: “yes, Chinese.”
JP: “it’s regarding …bla..bla..bla..(repeated, and again – til now, wondering how many times I had mentioned this)”

(as translated from Mandarin)
JP: “……..and I had also spoken to Dr. Xavier’s aide - Mr Raju, regarding this matter.”
Daniel: “We will raise a complaint letter to MPK.”
(Still, with a different hope falls to a different party-DAP this time, I grateful to Daniel)

…times going on after (few more weeks) > > >

NOTHING obviously seem been done to these sick drains! I’m really getting sick now!

Somewhere in the middle of August, I called back the Daniel’s number.

Surprisingly, who do you think answered the phone?

JP: “Hello, can I speak to Daniel?”
XXX: “What is it regarding?”
(sounded a big different with Daniel’s type of soft volume, this time the one answering sounded hard and firm volume like a Tai-Ko )

so I asked: “Is this YB Liu ?”
XXX: “ha. Huh. (he wasn’t laugh. You know, it’s a bit like admitting to my question)”
XXX: “Who is this?”
JP: “I called Daniel weeks ago. Regarding sick drains issue in Tmn Sri Sentosa, Klang.”
XXX: “I’m in a hospital now, I can’t talk.”
JP: “I’ll call you back tomorrow.”

I got know about this moron’s aide being admitted to a hospital due to that “loyal” aide refusing to follow ICAC officers back for investigation, only after I hung up phone and read a web news. My heartiest sympathy to his aide too but no sorry to the moron.

I called him again the following days.
JP: “Regarding sick drains in Tmn Sri Sentosa
XXX: “I can’t talk now. In a meeting.”
(WATA FUCK!!! I tended to throw him back this word. How should I knew when is the best time to call; why don’t this mind retarded people’s representative serves to reply my call whenever he’s free of being moron ??!!! )
This time, still without saying any bad-bad word to him, to behave in “pretending” politely (sigh…they even can’t pretend as good as me), I just hung up the phone without saying any word!

This is the end ~.. this is a real ending for all moron servings, even most of us don’t wish to see it’s an ending for Pakatan governance in Selangor!
Post Note: now I know why the Star’s editor directed me to call Ronnie, don’t you?
NOTE (again): This was the reason I had created a group in Facebook to shout loud to these morons [say NO to “gaji buta” ADUN / MP] and up-to-date its membership figuring 300 only, with ordinary citizens, voters and even Pakatan – DAP’s and PKR’s are joining too. I can assure you, after my written of this, bundles of them might just quit due to:
1. Conflict to their rules of conduct of each political party accordingly, where what I condemning was their Pakatan’s counterpart;
2. Completed their info news-spying onto their opponent party’s opinion.
But, still many others will keep staying as:
1. It is their right of freedom to join any other non-partisan group (my group stated clearly – we will condemn BN’s too if they tagged “gaji buta”);
2. They know that I am non-partisan and just an ordinary voter, where they will treat my written as an alarm to alert their counterpart.
And I hope more and more of my precious readers will join the group too as you may encounter similar constrained situation too one day, who knows?

[comment section at the original post <HERE>, judge your own, Malaysian] > > >

Saturday, September 12, 2009

Selangor Attracted Investors or Wolf"gang" ?

Sept 12th Malaysiaparty 's pick of to-day
(picked from JP-[the 3rd PARTY] )

by { JP }

Below article - [雪州民联政府 - 招商]was written in Mandarin.

It's an alert to Selangor state people to aware that our state EXCO- Puan Teresa Kok's effort in bringing in foreign investors. Why said [alert] ? Because the investors she brought in was a group of [Risk Management] syndicate, whereas this (in my perception) was a group of syndicate tending to bring out nation 's money (capital) but not bringing in foreigner's money (capital) !!

What a dangerous she had caused to adding salt into scars where at this stage our nation are so desperate needing investors to create more opportunity !!

YB Kok, so what say you this time ?

{ JP }

大家都会为招商成功的政府欢呼雀耀。续雪州民联政府的行政议员 – 郭素沁早前自荐或被派遣到中国招商,不知耗时多久,终于有了成果。

在一份遗留在我集团旗下子公司茅坑里的旧报纸,我本无聊边拉屎边看报却惊阅一篇标题 [时机成熟钱就到- 中国创投资金] 的有关新闻。

招商,顾名思义是招徕或引进商人`商机。在利民的政策下,招商即是为州民谋进外资,进而推广更多商机` 启动商业旋链` 营造更多的就业机会。

孰知在郭小姐的有心或缺乏经验或蒙胧的经营下,本么倒置的招商惊变成招狼入舍! 在那篇新闻里头(附图),报导了本月23号来了帮风险投资公司的考察团作资料收集。
在我的理解里头,[风险投资公司] – 是做资金收集,后,投资于风险高但(报称)回酬也高的商机,简称投机 !

通常这类投资(投机)公司都会哄有钱要投资的人(顾客)把资金交托于它们,谎称会有“专业”人士“帮” 顾客作有利的“专业”投资以获得高回酬。
但往往事与愿违抑或有心操纵,顾客的血汗资金多半是付序流水`血本无归!有者更须背上超颌损失 (Over Loss) 的后续债务!

这类 “谋人寺” 通常都是雇佣一班换一班正貌的簇新大专毕业生,经“专业”焙训来进行不柳的十寸不烂哄来顾客(金主)以招至成万上亿的业务。



comment section at the original blog > [the 3rd PARTY]

Tuesday, August 18, 2009

Threaten by Saying that DAP to be FULL POWER Controlling Selangor state !

18th August Malaysiaparty 's pick of to-day
(picked from YB KHALID SAMAD 's blog)
at http://www.khalidsamad.com/2009/08/dap-berkuasa-sepenuhnya-di-selangor.html

Tuesday, August 18, 2009

DAP Berkuasa Sepenuhnya Di Selangor?

Apabila berlakunya peristiwa berhubung pengawalan penjualan arak di Selangor, yang bermula di Shah Alam, tiba-tiba UMNO/BN cuba menonjolkan diri mereka sebagai juara Islam! Pelik bin Ajaib, bukankah mereka yang memerintah selama 52 tahun sebelum naiknya PR? Mungkin mereka terlupa. Melayu UMNO sememangnya mudah lupa.

Semasa BN memerintah, penduduk Seksyen 8 Shah Alam sudah pun meminta supaya kedai 7-Eleven di tempat mereka tidak menjual minuman keras. Jawapan UMNO ialah menguncikan Surau Seksyen 8 kerana penduduk Seksyen 8 dianggap ‘melampau’. Walaupun hubungan kedua peristiwa ini tidaklah begitu ‘direct’, tetapi lebih kurang begitulah ceritanya. Kisah ini pun mungkin mereka lupa kerana Melayu UMNO mudah lupa.

Sekarang UMNO yang sama ini ingin mengherdik DAP dan memomokkan rakyat dengan ‘ancaman’ kekuasaan DAP. Ada yang sampai berkata, “tunggulah apabila DAP berkuasa sepenuhnya, mereka akan tunjuk belang mereka dan menindas ummat Islam!” Hmmm, setahu saya, UMNO/BN yang menindas ummat Islam selama ini. Melalui ISAnya. Melalui pemecatan Mufti dan Pegawai Masjid yang tidak akur kepada kehendaknya. Melalui penarikan balik bantuan per kapita kepada sekolah agama rakyat dan sebagainya. Mungkin ini pun mereka lupa juga.

UMNO ingin memomokkan DAP di kalangan orang Melayu, sepertimana memomokkan PAS di kalangan masyarakat Cina dan India. Namun sebenarnya, tidak mungkin DAP berkuasa ‘sepenuhnya’ di Selangor. Walaupun boleh dipertikaikan kenyataan UMNO/BN ini, tetapi cuba kita andaikan sahaja, untuk memuaskan hati mereka. Hakikatnya jika diteliti, DAP tidak mungkin berkuasa ‘sepenuhnya’ di Selangor kerana bagaimana mungkin mereka berkuasa ‘sepenuhnya’ sekiranya mereka hanya bertanding 16 dari 56 kerusi sahaja?

Inilah akibat mengajar Metamatik dalam bahasa Inggeris. Orang UMNO sudah tidak pandai mengira! Kalau ingin berkuasa ‘sepenuhnya’, maka sepatutnya DAP bertanding untuk mendapatkan majoriti 2/3 yang bersamaan dengan 38 kerusi. Barulah mampu berkuasa ‘sepenuhnya’.

Kalau ingin berkuasa dengan majoriti mudah sekalipun, DAP akan memerlukan 29 kerusi. Adakah mungkin memenangi 29 kerusi sekiranya hanya bertanding 16? Atau apakah mungkin orang UMNO anggap kerusi DUN ini boleh beranak-pinak?

Itulah sebabnya kita perlukan ‘Pakatan’. Bukan PAS sahaja, UMNO pun perlukan pakatan dengan MCA dan MIC serta Gerakan. Namun sekarang ini MCA, MIC dan Gerakan tidak lagi mampu mendapat sokongan bukan Melayu. Oleh itu UMNO membawa mesej Melayu ekstrim kerana mereka menyedari bukan Melayu tidak akan lagi mengundi mereka, walau sekerap manapun Najib berulang ke Batu Caves.

Kasihan melihat gelagat UMNO. Ini tak kena, itu tak kena. Akhirnya, seperti biasa kembali menipu dan memomokkan rakyat dengan ketakutan terhadap DAP dan PAS. Inilah akibatnya apabila sudah kehabisan modal.

Saya sertakan juga disini video selingan dari TGNA yang menjelaskan perjuangan dasar dan mengapa PAS bersama DAP di dalam Pakatan Rakyat, agar dapat dihayati bersama.

WaLlahu ‘Alam

(picked from http://www.khalidsamad.com/2009/08/dap-berkuasa-sepenuhnya-di-selangor.html)

Monday, August 17, 2009

Police task on Selangor EXCO

Malaysia Police center force - the Bukit Aman had started action in pulling their gang to investigate Selangor state Executive Council member (EXCO). The two had been tasked was the recently faced various alleged Ronnie Liu and the one who's having his aide died falled from MACC building !

What if our country the similarity with Taiwan that politician got to be linked up [black-money] in order to run their activities ? With bundles of millions pumped by these syndicate, should they pay them back, and in what form of method paying ?

Picked from Mkini,
下午 1点56分



警方是在中午12点抵达雪州政府大厦。不过由于刘天球已经北上峇东巴西助选,而仅能向其办公室助理茜蒂法鲁丝(Fairus Shohaime)录供。

欧阳捍华开始时仍在开会,因此稍后才在本身的办公室会议室,与其女书记诺拉查依斯迈(Norazah Ismail)分别录供。





Wednesday, August 12, 2009

Anwar - The Chameleon ?

12th August Malaysiaparty 's pick of to-day
(picked from Wei Liang Goh's blog)
at http://manifestogwl.blogspot.com/2009/08/sjsandteam-shut-down.html

And is this Anwar a unstable-color-changing chameleon ?

Monday, May 25, 2009

MCA Deputy Minister Slams Hypocrite Bloggers in promoting [1 Sekolah Untuk Semua ]

25th May Malaysiaparty 's pick of to-day
(picked from JP-[the 3rd PARTY] )

by { JP }

With refering back to my previous article-[ Road to Demolish Our Last Wall ! ! [1 Apa Untuk Siapa ] which strongly slam against those hypocrites-racist blogger campaigning to urge Ministry of Education to implement [1 Sekolah Untuk Semua],
today the Deputy Minister of Education - Dr Wee Ka Siong come alongside to my view in slamming those blogger (those only with their hypocriticial and own-agenda or racist) who claimed that vernacular schools were causing racial tension in the country !!

The MCA Youth criticised some bloggers and an online petition supporting the "One School for All" campaign.
MCA Youth chief Datuk Dr Wee Ka Siong said MCA planned to take action against bloggers who claimed that vernacular schools were causing racial tension in the country.

Wee said MCA strongly disagreed with the statements made by bloggers and might lodge a police report against them or refer them to the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission.

as reported by [ the New Strait Times Online ] dated 2009/05/24 at http://www.nst.com.my/Current_News/NST/Sunday/National/2564859/Article/index_html

We, the Malaysian, strongly against racism; although some hypocrites are holding their own agenda to support such a diverse or deviated mind in claiming that our vernacular schools were causing racial tension in this country.
These group of mad doggy bloggers had subsequently tarnished blogger's community where few of them hold such the what what Presidential post in blogger alliance which had misleaded our nation that the "whole" blogsphere bloggers support their campaign in promoting that [ One School for All ] which sounded in diminish or demolish vernacular schools !!

Karma circle will show and to those hypocrites:-
{ Prepare yourselves for your devil deeds }

or eat my 4 letters word first:
{ FUCK you, racist }

Monday, May 18, 2009

MCA, PGRM, MIC, what say you, ah ? [ Satu Sekolah Untuk Semua]

18th May Malaysiaparty 's pick of to-day
(picked from Khoo Kay Peng 's blog)
at http://khookaypeng.blogspot.com/2009/05/1-sekolah-untuk-semua-another-racial.html

1 Sekolah Untuk Semua: Another Racial Bigot

I feel compelled to respond to an initiative by a group of 'pro-unity' bloggers to campaign for a common education system for all. The proponents are a group of Malay bloggers. I am not sure if they are really 'pro-unity' as claimed by Rocky Bru. We will talk about this in a while.

It is a good proposal to integrate our school systems. A common education system is a foundation of national unity if students of various ethnicity would be allowed to learn the language of their choice.

Education system in US, Belgium, France and other developed countries provide an opportunity for high school and undergraduates to pursue exchange programmes with various institutions from other countries. This is what globalisation of education is about.

Back to this Najib flavoured, 1Sekolah initiative, I have a creepy feeling reading the tagline of this campaign: Satu Sekolah untuk Satu Bahasa, Satu Bangsa, Satu Negara.

I have question for the proponents of this initiative, which bahasa (language)? These language purists are not consistent with their stand. In the age of globalisation, it is suicidal and stupid to suggest that Malaysian children should only be taught the mastery of a language.

Rockybru is trying to link this initiative to the Singaporean model. I don't have a problem with the Singaporean model which is merit-based and learning focused. If we can take out both politics and religion from the schools, a good integrated education system focusing on knowledge and skills acquisition would be proper for our country.

But Rockybru is definitely pushing his luck trying to equate 1Sekolah to the Singaporean system.

This campaign has started on the wrong footing: Blaming disunity on vernacular schools.

"Sekolah Vernakular (SJKC dan SJKT) adalah punca utama ketidakserasian dan ketegangan kaum di negara kita tercinta."

The proponents of 1Sekolah cannot even be truthful about the main problem of disunity and racial disharmony. Why blame the Chinese and Tamil vernacular schools when it was obvious that some UMNO politicians had started the racial blame game? Did you hear any students or teachers from the vernacular schools doing the same? Why is Rockybru keeping his golden silence when a vernacular newspaper, Utusan Melayu, from his media group is keeping up with the tradition of racial flaming?

It is disappointing to see a group of 'pro-unity' bloggers parotting the same rhetoric to cause even more disunity.

Calling the vernacular schools as a cancer and a cause of our society's destruction is both shameful and dishonest. These schools had produced some of the finest leaders for the country. Many of MIC, MCA and UMNO leaders came from vernacular schools.

Yes, the definition of vernacular schools should include both Malay and religious schools too. I wonder why these 'pro-unity' bloggers had limited the term 'vernacular' to only both Chinese and Tamil schools. How can unity be achieved through this kind of stereotyping?

This campaign is politically driven and filled with inflamatory statements:

"Pengkajian semula sistem pelajaran negara ini haruslah dilakukan memandangkan fenomena perpecahan kaum yang semakin meruncing di masa kini. Gejala ini amatlah jelas sekali di alam siber dimana segelintir masyarakat kini mempamirkan sikap anti-negara yang semakin ketara dan berleluasa.

Jelas sekali, anasir-anasir ini tidak menghormati asas dan prinsip perlembagaan negara Malaysia, tiada rasa cinta kepada tanah air dan juga menonjolkan penulisan hasutan yang mencetuskan sentimen perkauman yang begitu ketara sekali. Secara lantangnya, puak ini mempertikaikan segala unsur yang melambangkan kedaulatan dan intipati negara kita tercinta. Kami menyeru agar gejala Sekolah Vernakular ini di hapuskan secara total

Bloggers who are part of BUM 2009 should take note of their pro-tem president's endorsement of this type of campaign. The 1Sekolah proponents should just make their intention clear and stop using a scapegoat to drive through their threat and intention.

It is the bloggers who are critical of the UMNO leadership that you wanted to take on. Not the ignorant and naive primary school students who are still learning their ABC in the Chinese and Tamil vernacular schools.

If it is the bloggers that you wanted to take on, we have a message for you too: Just Bring It On!

For goodness sake, stop flaming the Chinese and Tamil vernacular schools. These schools are funded and kept running mostly with public's money and support.

I have a message for the blogging community. Lets start our own movement: a truly non-racial movement.

Posted by Khoo Kay Peng on Monday, May 18, 2009 at 1:02 PM in his own blog

Sunday, May 17, 2009

Cut Losses, Man ! Or Trapped Yourself !!

18th May Malaysiaparty 's pick of to-day
(picked from YB Lim Kit Siang 's blog)
at http://blog.limkitsiang.com/2009/05/17/bn-sc-tomorrow-dare-umno-mca-gerakan-and-mic-leaders-speak-the-truth-to-najib-to-cut-losses-in-perak-and-face-state-general-election/

BN SC tomorrow - dare UMNO, MCA, Gerakan and MIC leaders speak the truth to Najib to cut losses in Perak and face state general election?

Tomorrow is the first Barisan Nasional Supreme Council meeting of Prime Minister, Datuk Seri Najib Razak and it is shaping up to be an acid test whether the BN Supreme Council is going to be a new meeting of equals or of just like the past, between the Umno hegemon with subservient characters from the other Barisan Nasional component parties.

The May 31 Penanti state assembly by-election in Penang will be on the agenda, but even more important is the three-and-a-half-month-long Perak political and constitutional crisis which have brought one national institution after another into disrepute as well as undermined Malaysia’s international image and competitiveness.

Not only Pakatan Rakyat parties of DAP, PKR and PAS, but also independent organisations and NGOs like Suhakam, Bar Council, Council of Churches, Chinese guilds and associations, but also individual leaders from BN component parties have spoken up for the only viable solution to the Perak constitutional and political impasse – dissolution of the Perak State Assembly to return the mandate to Perakians in state wide general elections.

The question is whether Umno, MCA, Gerakan and MIC top leaders dare to speak the truth to Najib at the Barisan Nasional Supreme Council meeting tomorrow that Najib should put national interests above party and personal interests, cut losses in Perak and face Perak state general elections to allow the people of Perak to decide their own political future.

The Perak political crisis would have been behind the country for two months if my proposal in mid-February for a dissolution of the Perak State Assembly and the holding of Perak state general elections within 30 days been heeded by the Prime Minister, Datuk Seri Najib Razak – with Perakians and Malaysians able in the past two months to single-mindedly focus on acting in unison to face the world’s economic crisis in a century!

It the tragic to see the Perak political and constitutional crisis being dragged out for three-and-a-half months without any proper solution which respects the sovereign rights of the Perakians to elect the state government of their choice in sight.

What is worse, with each passing day, more and more damage is being done to the credibility, integrity and legitimacy of key national institutions, whether the police, the Election Commission, the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Agency, the civil service, the media, judiciary, the monarchy and the office of the Prime Minister!

Or dare Najib own up to the BN Supreme Council meeting tomorrow that the unethical, undemocratic, illegal and unconstitutional power grab he orchestrated in Perak in early February has turned out to be his greatest mistake in his preparation to become the sixth Prime Minister, and demonstrate the courage to rectify colossal error by proposing the dissolution of Perak State Assembly and the holding of new state general elections?

This entry was posted on Sunday, May 17th, 2009 at 12: 32.33

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Wednesday, May 13, 2009

Majority Urging to Dissolve DUN Perak

13th May Malaysiaparty 's pick of to-day
(picked from JP-[the 3rd PARTY] )

by { JP }

With an expected twist drama in Perak where Pakatan MB YAB Mohd Nizar and his executive councillors vacated their office seven hours after taking office; hugged in and depressed out again !!

To put aside our point of preference and prejudice, lets us review some of the fact points commented by our "drama" politicians and observers:

(1) UMNO - Dr. Mohd Khir Toyo said, (in his blog at
9. Tempoh pilihan raya yang berlaku tidak sampai separuh penggal menyebabkan Tuanku Sultan enggan membubarkan DUN. Apatah lagi jika diadakan pilihan raya lagi pun, apakah politik akan stabil atau terus berkocak jika keadaan masih sama dengan mana-mana parti mendapat lebihan dua atau tiga kerusi.
10. Dengan kata lain, Baginda mungkin melihat satu lagi pilihan raya baru belum tentu menjanjikan kestabilan politik di Perak jika keputusannya lebih kurang sahaja.

(short translated by JP as, YM Sultan refused to dissolve the DUN due to its an extremely short period just after the 3.08 election; Dissolution of DUN and snap election in state (Perak) will not guarantee a stability of politic if results (new) showing the same situation where there is only 2 or 3 seat in majority) ..

(2) MCA - Dr Chua Soi Lek said, (in his blog at
BN can choose to appeal to the High Court ruling and this may then drag on effectively rendering the Pakatan state government ineffective.

Personally, I feel that a fresh state election will be the best way to resolve this stalemate. Let the rakyat decides and once for all, we resolve this problem, which is not doing anybody any good.

(3) PGRM - Dr. Hsu Dar Ren stated, (in his blog at
1. As a Central Committee member of Parti Gerakan Rakyat Malaysia, I strongly urge the Barisan Nasional as well as the Pakatan leadership to come together for an understanding to jointly seek the permission of the ruler to dissolve the Perak State Assembly and seek a fresh State Election, which in my view is the only sensible solution to the problem.

2. Enough farce has been played and enough damage has been done to the nation. In the interest of the people of Perak in specific and Malaysia in general, it is no longer a matter of who is right and who is wrong. The decision of who should form the rightful government should no longer be decided in courts , but rather it should be decided by the people of Perak themselves, going by the very basic principle of democracy.

3. I humbly appeal to both sides to go back to democratic principles and let common sense prevail rather than trying to hold on to power and lose the support of the people.

(4) PAS - Haji Husam bin Haji Musa urged, (in his blog at
Keputusan apa pun oleh Mahkamah Tinggi memang boleh dirayu. Tetapi, jika bagi orang awam biasa sekalipun boleh mengerti bahawa pemecatan Nizar adalah tidak sah, dan itu telah pun diputuskan oleh Mahkamah Tinggi, Najib sepatutnya tidak lagi menggunakan saluran undang-undang untuk menyelesaikan krisis Perak yang beliau sendiri mulakan.

Keberanian menerima realiti dan keberanian menyelesaikan kemelut ini mengikut saluran politik adalah segala-galanya. Jika rayuan itu nanti masih memihak kepada Nizar, Najib dan UMNO akan menanggung malu yang lebih besar. Jika keputusan itu atas apa sebab pun memihak kepada BN, rasa euphoria rakyat atas bebasnya kehakiman negara ini kembali menjadi negatif.

Jika Najib berani bertindak bersama PR untuk memujuk Sultan Perak memperkenankan pembubaran DUN, BN mendapat dua markah. Markah atas bebasnya kehakiman di bawah pentadbiran Najib dan point yang kedua, kerana berani mencari jalan penyelesaian kepada krisis atas prinsip kembalikan kuasa penentuan kepada rakyat.

Peluang institusi Diraja Perak keluar dari kemelut ini dengan tahap imej yang lebih tinggi adalah terbuka luas. Bubarkan saja DUN Perak dan biarkan rakyat memutuskan penghakiman mereka.
Bagi PAS dan PR, bukan bermakna pembubaran itu akan menguntungkan mereka. Rakyat Perak mungkin mengundi tidak seperti yang PR harapkan. Apa pun, pembubaran DUN tetap langkah terpuji yang membuktikan PAS dan PR adalah pemain demokrasi yang jujur dan pruden serta berani meletakkan rakyat di tempat teratas. Kuasa bukan segala-galanya tetapi prinsip-prinsip utama lebih didahulukan.

(translated in short, - by JP as BN have the rights to appeal the court rules but if the result goes in favour to them later, its sounded like the court might be bias. Worst still if the appeal rules that in favour to Mohd Nizar, again this should created more humiliating to BN !
the better way is to dissolve the DUN and if the YM Regent consent to dissolve it, then this should leave the Regent out of the politic-crash and earns them (the Regent) respects.)

(5) a well-known blogger - Uncle Bernard Khoo slammed the BN, (in his blog at http://zorro-zorro-unmasked.blogspot.com/2009/05/what-now-your-highness.html)
The BN chicanery had brought the Royal House into a compromised position.

People have vented their anger and are being charged for treason.

The people voiced it our clearly and loudly at Bukit Gantang.

The High Court was decisive.

and many more urging and urging ... #DISSOLVE the DUN Perak, please#
(except a small piece of big sum still stubborn with their points of view to hold)
cut lost .... cut lost ~

Monday, May 11, 2009

Nizar - the legitimate MB - VICTORY of DEMOCRACY **

11th May Malaysiaparty 's pick of to-day
(picked from perakdaily.com)
at http://perakdaily.com/?p=807

May 11, 2009
By Debra Chong

KUALA LUMPUR, May 11 — Pakatan Rakyat’s Datuk Seri Nizar Jamaluddin is the real mentri besar of Perak , the Kuala Lumpur High Court decided today.

Judge Datuk Abdul Aziz Abdul Rahim said in his ruling: “The only way to force the MB to resign is through a vote of no confidence that must be taken in the state legislative assembly.”

The High Court also rejected an appeal from Barisan Nasional’s (BN) Datuk Zambry Abdul Kadir for a stay of the declaration.

Nizar is now on the way to Ipoh to seek an audience with the Perak Sultan to ask for consent to dissolve the state assembly.

An Open Minded Uprising Lim Si Pin listening to critics ..

11th May Malaysiaparty 's pick of to-day
(picked from Lim Si Pin 's blog)
at http://www.limsipin.com/?p=188

A View From The Outside
08 May 2009 General Si Pin

I (Lim Si Pin) ’ve been reminded by my Editor that this is an Open Forum and that, like it or not, sometimes readers may be interested in what others think of what I have writen on this website.

So in the spirit of ‘openness’ and ‘exchange’, I have included here back links of people whom have surf here and included comments on their own blogs.

The first is a writer by the name of Jeff Phoon, this was what he posted:

Another is a frequent commentor here, T.L. “Romerz” Saw, this was what he posted on his own blog:

Thanks for your attention and comments guys, appreciate it!

Thanks also to my Editor - G.O.K.T. for pointing out what readers may be interested in, thanks.
above was an articles written by Lim Si Pin in responsive to his readers (including me, JP) comments ( and critics ) onto his views and opinions recvently.

He had choosen to listen to critics rather than most of the politicians nowaday just closed both-ears-shut ! (Some even censored critics against them,..)

His open-minded character should earn him kwnoledges and courages in his future years of politic. I am highly appreciate for his kind of attitude in listening to critics and even dare to disclose out publicly about criticism he'd received.

Below is the original posting of Jeff Phoon in relating to Lim Si Pin 's :

Monday, April 27, 2009
Lim Si Pin, just one of another HYPOCRITE politician ..
{ JP }

Lim Si Pin, as one of the young leader who is having a good sign rising up as Malaysia politician leader, should earned himself bundle of supports from Malaysia younger age (voters, expecially Chinese) after he had been elected as the Gerakan (PGRM) 's Youth Chief in the past few months.

Need no to mention he is the son of the Gerakan's giant - Lim Keng Yaik, some of his opinions and ideas posted in his blogs grab echoes even from his rival party's supporters. We were pleased that Malaysia may soon raised up another giant fighter !

Surprisingly, his recent posting in his blog ruined his effort to convince people that he is one of another fresh hope for the nation and jeopardise his image ! In his recent posted article-blog [A Look Behind The Scenes] -, he written that he had having a social chat with one of his old classmate (who's PKR member) and this old friend told him that the how the DAP 's twos controlling their Menteri Besar (Mohd Nizar) and Speaker (Sivakumar). As we all knew, the Gerakan having deep feeling on DAP after they lost their Penang state and its no doubt that both party are trying (and fighting) their very best to gain people's votes in Perak. Battlefield in Perak and Penang state amongst each are obviously seen.

With a informats (the old class friend of LimSiPin) telling him the weaknesses of his rival party, Lim should be excited and extremely pleasant to gain more bullets for gunning down his rivals and REGAIN back votes from Perak's constituency. What I found strange here is that when this old class friend filled him with more explosive inner state's scandals about "certain names of Directors in some ‘Sdn Bhd’ that were linked to a few selected privilege persons whom are elected ADUNs." and "These are companies that were purely set up for the sake of handling land, quarries, official uniforms, etc etc that were profit making in concern." as prescribed in his blog, he then STOPPED his friend to lying to him !! - (I just didn’t believe my friend. I told him to shut up and stop talking nonsense.) ? ? ?

This is totally like a scene in an action movie I might had seen before, - the Demon shouted at his muscle-full bouncers "Stop beating him, he is dying! StOP!!" and in his heart damn wanting the victim to be cleared-off! When police arrived and questioned the demon, he stated that he had warned them to stop and not to kill the victim. So, he excaped ..

THIS is totally hypocritical !!

Its made us really disappointed that such a good image-covered arising politician is just another hypocrite, again !!

P/S: Sometimes we rather choose to believe that the article posted was NOT his own writing!
Comments on the original posting at

Sunday, May 10, 2009

The Younger Generations got your Lesson now ..

10th May Malaysiaparty 's pick of to-day
(picked from James Chin - at [themalaysianinsider])
at http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/index.php/opinion/jameschin/25923-how-could-it-come-to-this

MAY 9 — Back in the late 1980s and early 1990s, Malaysians had an attitude towards the Indonesians. We used to laugh at them because they were living under the authoritarian military Suharto regime. The military was a law unto itself and we Malaysians thought that we were so much better off than the Indonesians.

There was a lot of pride in being a Malaysian, not least after mega projects such as the Twin Towers. Malaysia was on its way to becoming a respected fully developed country. There was much confidence that we will reach 2020 without any real problems.

Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad had a strong grip on power and this allowed many things to be done quickly, often without the checks and balances. Nevertheless, people were willing to live with this as long as the country was moving forward.

Today, after the Perak fiasco, we really have to ask ourselves, if we are a nation in waiting or a failed nation. Any sensible person, inside and outside Malaysia, would come to the conclusion that Malaysians are willing to do anything to get power, even to the extent of destroying the constitution, the rule of law and parliamentary traditions. And for what?

You may have power but power without legitimacy is the same as having no real power. Do those in power really think that the people are so stupid that they cannot tell who is the legitimate government? Do they honesty think that what happened on Thursday will have no effect on the next general election?

The question I have to ask is this; how did it come to this? We have always taken pride in ourselves that we are more developed than our neighbours. We never had a military coup; we always held elections (free but not fair); we have a fairly solid judiciary and, by and large, legitimately elected governments since independence. Even the hiccup of 1969 lasted only about 18 months before the nation was back on track.

We have to ask ourselves — how can it be that asking people to protest in a non-violent way, such as wearing black or yellow, can lead to a massive police crackdown? These are the sort of things we expect to see in a banana republic, not a country that wants to be a fully developed nation in 11 years’ time.

We have to ask ourselves — how can it be that lawyers are arrested for trying to defend their clients? That lighting candles can be deemed a security threat? Are we that fragile that a sea of people wearing black and holding candles will lead to the disintegration of the country?

Surely, after 51 years, we have come to a stage where we can have a mature political discussion. Surely after 51 years, we must allow our citizens to protest in a non-violent way and use non-violent means.

It is time that we moved up the ladder in terms of our political development. We should not allow history to shackle us and hold us back. Just because a minority prefers Malaysia to remain a banana republic does not mean that all of us must behave like monkeys.

We must learn to agree to disagree. We must learn that a difference in political opinions does not lead to chaos and emergency rule. We must learn that dissent has a place in a modern democratic nation. We must learn that the rule of law is the best guarantee for the nation’s future.

And perhaps we should learn the most important lesson; what happens today will be reflected tomorrow. Do we want to leave what happened in Perak as the legacy for future generations?

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10th May Malaysiaparty 's pick of to-day
(picked from RPK - [Malaysia-Today] 's blog)
at http://mt.m2day.org/2008/content/view/21551/84/

Was Siva merely collateral damage?
Posted by admin
Friday, 08 May 2009 04:43


Raja Petra Kamarudin

After I (RPK) wrote my last article in No Holds Barred (It’s all about race, stupid!), I went to sleep -- after staying awake for almost 24 hours. I admit that my No Holds Barred article was very fiery, practically calling for blood. I make no apologies for that but I suppose sleep depravation does that to you; it makes you lash out. Nevertheless, I maintain my stand that what they did to Siva -- dragging him out of the State Assembly like a sack of potatoes and unceremoniously evicting him -- was downright uncivilised and utterly inexcusable.

After five hours of a good sleep, and with a clearer mind because of it, I have had time to reflect on what happened in Ipoh yesterday. As I said, I make no apologies for what I wrote earlier and have not changed my views. But what I have since been able to do is to analyse what the thinking of the Pakatan Rakyat leaders could have been and why they ‘abandoned’ Siva to his fate.

Could not Pakatan Rakyat have demonstrated a show of force and defend Siva to the last man standing? Are the Pakatan Rakyat leaders that gutless that they did not stand up for what is right? After all, they are constantly screaming that Siva’s eviction is unlawful and his physical removal unconstitutional. Why then not defend the law and the constitution by force if necessary?

Well, I am looking at things from the perspective of a political activist. Pakatan Rakyat could probably be looking at things from the political angle. Not being a politician I do not see things the political way but the political activist way. And this is maybe why I do not make a good politician. I just can’t see how sometimes in politics you have to allow the other side to show its true colours. In other words, you give your enemy enough rope for it to hang itself.

I have to go read Sun Tzu again and see what he said about strategy. And strategy involves many things. As Mao said, when the enemy chases, you run. When the enemy rests, you counter-attack. Mao must have read Sun Tzu as well and I am sure that was his ‘bible’ in the battle to win the hearts and minds of the Chinese people.

Something else Sun Tzu said was to not engage an enemy more powerful than you. And if it is unavoidable and you do have to engage, then make sure you engage it on your terms, not on your enemy’s terms. Choose your battlefield. Make sure it is a battlefield that you know. Never fight on a battlefield where your enemy will be stronger and better equipped than you.

The Taliban never read Sun Tzu -- or maybe they did, I don’t know. But they applied this strategy to the maximum and sent the powerful Russian military machine running back to Moscow with its tail between its legs. How to fight the Russian tanks, rockets and helicopter gun-ships when you are only armed with rifles? In an open battlefield the Russians would make mincemeat out of you.

Well, don’t engage the Russians in an open battlefield. The Russians would excel in an open battlefield. They are well equipped to fight in an open battlefield. So avoid the open battlefield and draw the Russians into the mountains. The Russian army is not trained to fight in the mountains plus their tanks would be useless in the mountains and the helicopter gun-ships would find the mountains most precarious.

So that is what the Taliban did. They knew the mountains like the back of their hands. They could move up and down those mountains blindfolded. And when the Russians came into those mountains the Taliban kicked the shit out of them. Eventually, the Russians called it a day and went home, but not after having to send home so many of their soldiers in body-bags.

So, what happened in Ipoh yesterday? There was hardly any resistance. PAS alone could have easily mobilised 50,000 supporters. Sure, there were roadblocks and thousands of police, hundreds in the State Assembly itself. But Pakatan Rakyat could have outdone this easily. Yet it did not. Why?

Anwar was not in Ipoh. Neither was Hadi Awang. Lim Kit Siang was but was not allowed in. And when they refused to allow him in he went off. There was no attempt to force their way into the State Assembly. No storming of the Bastille as had been hoped and as many had wished for. Why?

Was it complacency? Did they think Pakatan Rakyat would win the day without putting up a fight? Are they that naïve? Did they sell us out? Yes, those were the first questions running through my mind and lack of sleep allowed me to think only of the questions but the answers were not forthcoming.

I don’t believe it is any of the above. And I don’t think it is because of lack of caring or lack of interest as well. I think Pakatan Rakyat planned every move to the last detail and knew exactly what it was doing. And I think Barisan Nasional played right into Pakatan Rakyat’s hand.

But then I have a suspicious mind, as Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad is fond of saying. I am always looking for conspiracy theories. I am always thinking that there is more than meets the eye. I believe that politicians are good magicians. They distract you with their right hand while the trick is being performed with the left hand.

Is that what happened in Ipoh yesterday? Was that why it appeared like Pakatan rakyat offered only token resistance to make it look like they tried? Maybe, maybe not!

Let’s face it. Pakatan Rakyat had already lost the state. It lost the state when the Sultan sacked Nizar and replaced him with Zambry. Pakatan Rakyat now has lesser seats than Barisan Nasional in the State Assembly. What happened in Ipoh yesterday was merely to confirm what was already fact -- that Pakatan Rakyat is no longer the government in Perak.

Pakatan Rakyat could have resorted to force, bloodshed even. But would that have helped them get back the state? What it may have done is to give the police an excuse to detain everyone under the Internal Security Act and declare martial law in Perak like what they did in Kelantan more than 30 years ago -- and which I have written about before. That means democracy would be suspended and they can run Perak without the ‘burden’ of a State Assembly. Umno would be doing things without any opposition since there is no longer any State Assembly and therefore no longer any opposition in the State Assembly.

I believe Pakatan Rakyat knew it could not have won a military campaign in Ipoh yesterday. It has problems even winning the legal battles in court. The only way, therefore, is to allow Barisan Nasional to do what it did and which in turn would antagonise the people.

If blood had been spilled, the people might blame Pakatan Rakyat rather than Barisan Nasional for it. Sure, Barisan Nasional is violent. But then Pakatan Rakyat knows that Barisan Nasional is violent. Why then allow them to use violence whereby the people are exposed to risk and danger? Pakatan Rakyat should look after the people’s interest and guard their safety. Knowing that Barisan Nasional is violent and yet exposing the people to danger is downright irresponsible of Pakatan Rakyat.

This would be the reaction of the people if anything adverse happens to them. So Pakatan Rakyat very cleverly avoided violence and allowed Barisan Nasional to do what it did in Ipoh yesterday. And, today, more people have become disgusted with Barisan Nasional and will vote for Pakatan Rakyat in the next election, or by-election, just to demonstrate this disgust. They may not vote for Pakatan rakyat because they love Pakatan Rakyat. But they will certainly vote for Pakatan Rakyat because they now hate Barisan Nasional even more than before yesterday’s fiasco in Ipoh.

Was, therefore, Siva merely collateral damage? Were they expecting this and did Barisan Nasional do exactly as expected? After all, the state had been lost months ago. Winning the battle of the State Assembly, yesterday, would not have got the state back. Instead, it would have invited other problems, the people’s safety being one of them.

This is of course only my wishful thinking. I could be wrong, I don’t know. I would like to believe that what happened was part of Pakatan Rakyat’s plan and that it worked as planned. I hope and pray that Pakatan Rakyat laid a trap and that Barisan Nasional walked right into it and got snared.

As I said, I am not a politician. So I think differently from the way politicians do. But I do hope that what I am currently thinking is what they had also been thinking all along and that what happened in Ipoh may appear to have been a defeat but was actually a political victory that, in time, will reveal itself.

They say: he who has the last laugh has the best laugh. Was yesterday, in Ipoh, the last laugh? Or is the last laugh yet to be laughed? And who is going to have that last laugh? Politicians are so devious.

And am I being too idealistic here?

Saturday, May 9, 2009

AS (All Sex) in the House (of Legislative)

09th May Malaysiaparty 's pick of to-day
(picked from MarinaM 's blog)
at http://rantingsbymm.blogspot.com/2009/05/sex-in-dewan.html

Sex in the Dewan
Posted by MarinaM on Saturday May 9, 2009 at 12:51pm in her own blog
Female reps accuse DAP and PKR of sexual harassment

IPOH: Several Barisan Nasional female assemblymen and their independent comrade Hee Yit Foong have claimed that they were manhandled by DAP and PKR assemblymen during Thursday’s assembly sitting.

The group claimed that the fracas that ensued left them fatigued with body aches and that the physical scuffle was tantamount to sexual harassment. (oh the poor ladies...)

Sungai Rapat assemblyman Datuk Hamidah Osman said that Barisan’s five female representatives, including herself, became victims of vicious attacks when they tried to protect Hee from being harassed by the Opposition.

“There were definitely elements of sexual harassment because they came and grabbed us from the back,” she said yesterday, adding that she might lodge a police report. (Oh no, really? Luckily it wasn't from the front!)

They, however, stressed that PAS assemblymen had been very polite and well behaved throughout the sitting and even thanked them for staying out of the drama.

Hamidah said that it was clear the Barisan representatives were the victims because the ruckus only took place on the Barisan side of the hall.

“This shows that they had been the ones to attack us. Naturally, we had to respond in self-defence. None of our assemblymen had crossed over to their side,” she said.

Hee said that her former colleagues from DAP had not just hurled rude words at her but nearly slammed the hard-cover Standing Orders into her face.

“I have the book which contains the signature of the person who owns it,” she said, adding that she might lodge a police report.

Meanwhile, principal assistant to the State Secretary (management services division) Shamshuzaman Sulaiman said about 10 microphones were damaged and a large flowerpot smashed during the chaos.

A number of microphones on the tables had been pulled out during the melee.

He said the flower pot was shattered when policemen were dragging former Speaker V. Sivakumar out of the House. (They're more concerned about the flowerpot than a person???)

He said the State Secretariat would have to discuss with the Public Works Department on the repairs.

Hamidah told reporters yesterday that she saw Pasir Pinji assemblyman Thomas Su damaging the microphones.

“He broke at least three microphones. I saw him doing it right in front of me,” she claimed. (as she stamped her foot on the ground, hands on hips..)

Kampung Gajah assemblyman Dr Wan Norashikin Wan Noordin claimed that Su had even shoved her hands aside when she tried to protect the microphone. (oh my!!!)

“I was trying to allow the new Speaker (Datuk R. Ganesan) to address the House but Su pushed my hands away and broke the microphone.

“When we moved the Speaker to a different block, he (Su) did the same thing,” she said.

When contacted, Su said: “Well, there was a tussle and the situation was so chaotic. Who knows, they (Barisan assemblymen) could have been the ones who broke them.”

Friday, May 8, 2009

One of a Dark"ish" Day in Democracy - Perak - Malaysia

08th May Malaysiaparty 's pick of to-day
(picked from YB Lim Kit Siang 's blog)
at http://blog.limkitsiang.com/2009/05/08/may-7-is-the-day-of-infamy-for-perak-and-malaysia/

May 7 is the Day of Infamy for Perak and Malaysia
posted on Friday, May 8th, 2009 at 15: 41.25 in YB 's blog

The Barisan Nasional used the law of the jungle to completely undermine parliamentary democracy, the rule of law and the doctrine of separation of powers to add another ignominious chapter to the unethical, undemocratic, illegal and unconstitutional power grab in Perak on Feb. 5, 2009, foisting on the people of Perak two Perak Assembly Speakers and even two Assemblies, as if the three-month-long constitutional crisis of two Mentris Besar is not outrageous enough.

Never before in the 52 year history of the nation has there been a more shameful episode as what happened yesterday.

The sight of the legitimate and lawful Perak Speaker, V. Sivakumar physically dragged out of the Perak State Assembly still in his Speaker seat stands as an indictment of the Prime Minister, Datuk Seri Najib Razak who orchestrated the Perak “coup d’etat”, the usurper and illegitimate Perak Mentri Besar Datuk Zambry Abdul Kadir and now usurper and unlawful Perak Speaker, Datuk R. Ganesan.

These three should hold their heads in shame for bringing Perak and Malaysia to such a disgraceful depth. As a result of the Day of Infamy, the credibility, integrity and legitimacy have plunged to an even lower ebb.

The police arrest of 69 people, including five Members of Parliament and five State Assembly representatives from the Pakatan Rakyat in the police lockdown of Ipoh, was a gross abuse of police powers and the height of irresponsibility – when ordinary Malaysians are living in fear of endemic crime, illustrated by deaths of two pregnant snatch theft victims within 72 hours.

Jamilah Selamat, 31, who was two months pregnant and four-month pregnant Saripah Mohd Nor were killed in two separate incidents when their bags were snatched while they were on motorcycles. Jamilah died of severe head injuries when her head hit a pavement upon falling off the motorcycle in Batu Pahat and Saripah was knocked down by a car after falling off her motor cycle in Kota Bahru.

The Day of Infamy in the Perak State Assembly yesterday has made a total mockery of and pulverized Najib’s motto of “1Malaysia. People First. Performance Now.”

All Malaysians should keep the photographs of the outrage of the Perak Speaker being physically dragged out of the Perak Assembly by police officers and goons and demand accountability by Barisan Nasional leaders from Umno, MCA, Gerakan and MIC as to why they have brought such infamy to Perak and Malaysia.

The Day of Infamy can only be wiped out by the people of Malaysia.

Malaysians should not only keep the photographs but also the video clips of the Day of Infamy available on my blog, to remember that they must use their democratic rights to wipe out such infamy in Perak and the country.