Tun M and TMI vs Bukit Aman

9 11 2015

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The Malaysian Insider (TMI) reported that the police went to Tun Dr. Mahathir’s office in Kuala Lumpur on November 6, 2015.

It is understood that the police team, led by Supt Azham Othman had posed 45 questions to Dr Mahathir over alleged statements he made against the country’s leadership and other related issues including the Bersih 4 rally. – TMI

TMI also wrote that, “the authorities opened several investigation papers after reports were made against Dr Mahathir, Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ahmad Zahid Hamidi said last month”.

Next, TMI reported that, “Dr Mahathir stays mum, up to police to consider arrest”.

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And Tun M decided not to answer questions asked by the police.

“They asked questions and I said I will not answer. I don’t censor anything,” – Tun M (TMI)

Then the next day, on November 7, TMI again posted another article about Tun M questioning, “reports in government-linked newspapers reporting that the country was not heading into a financial crisis.”

Insider 19TMI reported Tun M argued, “if everything is fine, why did Putrajaya arrest people for sabotaging the banking and financial system of the country”.

TMI also wrote that, “Dr Mahathir said there appear to be a loss of confidence in the government that was precipitated by the 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) scandal”.

He said there was “the inability to service debts, disappearance of money, cash in the private accounts of the PM, its subsequent disappearance, inability to explain US$100 million, the Budget 2016 monetary gifts, shrinking national resources, questionable use of EPF and KWAP funds, poor FDI, etc.” “So all cannot be well. Who is responsible? Cannot be some non entity! – Tun M (TMI).

Now in the first place, why didn’t Tun M answer the questions asked by the police when the next day he made more accusations about the PM?

If his accusations are true, why didn’t he tell the police everything he knows and give them all the evidences to support his words so that the police can take action and investigate the matter?

Or is it because he has no evidence?

He understands the law, so why haven’t he taken proper actions rather than giving speeches and talking about the same thing over and over again everyday without showing any concrete evidence?

And why did Tun M do not cooperate with the police who are actually doing their work?

What is he trying to prove when he told the reporters that he doesn’t care, “if anyone is going to arrest him”? 

Is anybody trying to imply that the police went there to arrest Tun M or sort of police abusing their power?

And it gets funnier when even Anwar Ibrahim from the Sungai Buloh Prison defended Tun M, saying that Tun M committed no crime.

Now, when the police received a report, they must investigate; but when they investigate, unfortunately people like Anwar blamed the police for doing what they have to do.

Now, does Anwar want to stop the police from doing their work?

As written in the first TMI’s article above, the police were there only to investigate, and not to arrest or to question Tun M because they accused Tun M committed a crime; but why must TMI brought up the possibilities of Tun be arrested?

Is Tun M, TMI and people around him trying to blame the police over this matter and saying that PM Najib uses the police to arrest innocent people who criticise the PM?

And another thing, why must Tun M be the judge and blame the authorities in the case of Khairuddin and Mathias Chang and not wait for the case to be judge in court?

Please stop tarnishing the reputation of other parties to make us look good or to prove that we are right.

I’m sad to see Tun M tarnishing his own good name and I hope Tun M will be given hidayah, amin.





Ambiga Mahu Kembalikan ISA?

18 09 2015

On August 29, 2015 The Malaysia Insider (TMI) wrote that in her speech at Bersih 4, Ambiga Sreenevasan wants the government to listen to the loud voice of the demonstrators:

“Former Bersih 2.0 co-chairman Datuk Ambiga Sreenevasan wants all members of parliament (MP) to move a vote of no-confidence against Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak’s leadership in Parliament after the “loud message” sent by tens of thousands of Malaysians who rallied during Bersih 4 today.” – TMI

Claiming that the voices of the 20,000 illegal Bersih 4 demonstrators as the voices of the people, G25 spokeswoman, Datuk Noor Farida Ariffin told TMI that she wants the government to listen to the “suara rakyat” and said that if she is the PM, she would listen to their demands.

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So logically, the legal Himpunan Rakyat Bersatu‘s 250,000 voices are much more louder than the illegal Bersih 4’s 20,000 voices.

And since both Ambiga and Noor Farida are fair and just people who are fighting for the government to listen to the voices of the people; now they surely want the government to do as what had been demanded by the 250,000 legal Himpunan Rakyat Bersatu participants.

So, Ambiga and Noor Farida must now push the government of Malaysia to bring back ISA as demanded by the ‘suara rakyat’!

They claimed that Bersih and G25 have no political motives and are marching on the roads to make the government listen to voices of the people; so they must now prove to the world that they are not bias and unfair; as what they always say about our government.

The “baju merah” were represented by the Malays while the “baju kuning” were represented by the Chinese, but it does not matter because after all we are all Malaysians, and both Ambiga and Noor Farida are not bias, aren’t they?





Maintaining Racial Harmony In Malaysia

17 09 2015
Himpunan Rakyat Bersatu at Padang Merbok, Sept. 16, 2015. Photo credit to sejarahmelayu.blogspot.my

Himpunan Rakyat Bersatu at Padang Merbok, Sept. 16, 2015. Photo credit to sejarahmelayu.blogspot.my

Yesterday, was a big day for the Malays, when the city of Kuala Lumpur was flooded by “baju merah” to mark their support for the legitimately elected government after the “baju kuning” of illegal Bersih 4 demonstration claimed that they are the voices of the nation.

The rally was a great success despite the instigation made by people whose idea about human rights and freedom of speech is, ‘it is our right to organise a rally to bash the government, Article 3(1) and Article 153 of the Federal Constitution of Malaysia’ but ‘it is racist to organise a rally to support the government, Article 3(1) and Article 153 of the Federal Constitution of Malaysia.’

I am proud of my country and do not want the sovereignty of my country to be ‘invaded’ by foreign powers and ideologies. 

Our country has always been peaceful apart from the racial riot of 13 May 1969 that killed a lot of innocent people that was started by people who are selfish and do not respect the Federal Constitution.

To protect the stability of our country and to avoid such tragedy, the government then amended the Akta Hasutan. 

Now the people who call themselves as human right activists are again questioning some Articles in our Federal Constitution and want the Akta Hasutan to be abolished.

And they are the people who are behind the Bersih illegal demonstration.

They call the Himpunan Rakyat Bersatu racist because the participants are the Malays and bumiputeras but Bersih 4 is not racist because 90% of the participants were Chinese!

Are they being fair when they demand their rights but deny the rights of others?

We must learn from history and learn to respect each others’ rights to maintain racial harmony and we can start from listening to what had been said by our great forefathers:

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In Photos: Himpunan Rakyat Bersatu

16 09 2015
Himpunan Rakyat Bersatu at Padang Merbok, Sept. 16, 2015. Photo credit to sejarahmelayu.blogspot.my

Himpunan Rakyat Bersatu at Padang Merbok, Sept. 16, 2015. Photo credit to sejarahmelayu.blogspot.my

Himpunan Rakyat Bersatu is held today at Padang Merbuk to show the people’s support to the government of Malaysia as to counter the claims made by the oppositions that the Bersih 4 illegal demonstrators are the voice of the nation.





Bersih: “It Is The Duty Of DBKL To Clean Up”

2 09 2015

The Bersih 4 demonstrators left trash around the city of Kuala Lumpur after their illegal demonstration ended.

When warned that the organisers of Bersih 4 could be asked to pay a RM65,000 clean-up bill, its leader, Maria Chin told Malay Mail Online that:

“We haven’t receive anything yet but it’ll be disappointing if it comes because it is the duty of DBKL to clean up and our volunteers tried our best to clean up as much as possible.”

“They also forget that it is DBKL’s duty to clean up the city so they should be cleaning up anyways.” – The Malay Mail Online.

How could Maria Chin made such a rude and unfair statement?

Does she has any respect for the DBKL workers?

They are not Bersih’s employers who were paid to clean up after their illegal and dirty demonstration.

Of course, it is DBKL’s duty to clean up the city; but littering in the city is an offence and those who litter can be fined.

So, it is an offence for the demonstrators to leave trash around the city after their illegal demonstration, but instead of taking her responsibility as a leader, Maria told DBKL to clean up as if they are employed by Bersih.

She is responsible for the mess left by the demonstrators of her own illegal demonstration but she is putting the responsibility on others.

Bersih demands for a fair election but Bersih’s leader is not a fair person; in fact her statement shows that she is a very irresponsible person.

She must learn to be fair to others before asking others to be fair.

The demonstrators should be ashamed of themselves to have such a leader if they are sane enough to think wisely.

Not only they participated in an illegal demonstration and litter on the streets which is against the law, their leader does not feel sorry and has no respect for the DBKL workers for the extra works caused by them; just because, “it is DBKL’s duty to clean up the city so they should be cleaning up anyways.”

I think the organisers should call their illegal demonstration Kotor 4 instead of Bersih 4 because not only they do not understand how to obey the law, they also fail to understand that others do not like them to dirty our city.

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Reaksi Jurucakap G25 Terhadap Bersih 4 Menyedihkan

1 09 2015

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The Malaysian Insider (TMI) reported that the liberal Muslim group, G25 spokesperson was upset about Najib’s reaction to Bersih 4.0.

As a Muslim, I am sad to see Muslims being unfair to themselves to support an illegal group that is against Islam as the religion of the Federation as written in Article 3(1) of the Federal Constitution and demands things that are against the teaching of Islam.

Why is she so sad?

Did Prime Minister Najib send the FRU to spray water and shoot tear gas at the illegal demonstrators?

Did the prime minister use the police to cause trouble and to disperse the illegal demonstrators?

They should be thankful that there’s no tear gas or water cannons to stop them but instead, they are not happy and still blame Najib for nothing.

Below are my answers to the Datuk Noor Farida’s statements, TMI’s text is in red and my answer will be in blue.

Tindakan Perdana Menteri Datuk Seri Najib Razak yang mengetepikan peserta perhimpunan Bersih 4 malam tadi menyedihkan dan menunjukkan beliau dalam keadaan penafian terhadap sejauh mana rakyat Malaysia tidak berpuas hati dengannya, kata bekas diplomat Datuk Noor Farida Ariffin.

Must Prime Minister Najib step down only because of the opposition supporters went to the street and demanded him to do so? Is that fair? I do not understand how Datuk Noor Farida Ariffin can assume that Bersih 4 is the voice of all Malaysian when it is only voices of the minority.

So, must Lim Guan Eng step down if people organise a rally demanding him to do so? 

Jurucakap kumpulan tokoh Melayu (G25) itu berkata, rakyat Malaysia berpadu tenaga pada hujung minggu lalu menuntut jawapan daripada kerajaan, dan beliau sepatutnya mendengar suara mereka, bukan sebaliknya melabelkan mereka sebagai “berfikiran cetek”.

“Menuntut jawapan daripada kerajaan?” Datuk Noor Farida, Bersih claims that their main agenda is fighting for a free and fair election and nothing about, “menuntut jawapan daripada kerajaan”. Again, Bersih 4 does not represent the majority of the citizens of Malaysia, the demonstration is illegal and powered by the opposition party, so it is not the voice of the Malaysian. Even PAS supporters do not take part in Bersih 4.

“Ia benar-benar menyedihkan. Jika mereka bijak, mereka akan mendengar kata-kata rakyat.

“Tetapi sebaliknya, mereka berada dalam keadaan penafian dan menuduh kita macam-macam,” kata Farida, yang juga menghadiri perhimpunan itu atas kapasiti peribadinya.

“Beliau membuat ucapan yang begitu bertentangan dengan fakta yang berlaku di peringkat bawahan. Mereka betul-betul menafikan realiti.

Who are the “rakyat” that Datuk Noor Farida was talking about? Does she mean that only Bersih 4 participants are the rakyat? It seems like she is the one who “betul-betul menafikan realiti” or denying the reality. 

“Jika saya jadi beliau, saya akan mendengar suara rakyat dan benar-benar melakukan sesuatu untuk menerima dan memulakan perubahan yang dituntut rakyat,” katanya.

Dalam perutusan Hari Kebangsaaannya malam tadi, Najib berkata perhimpunan itu sungguh tidak wajar, mempamerkan kecetekan minda dan miskin semangat kebangsaan.

I agree with the prime minister. I am thankful that she is not the Prime Minister because she used to be so confused about the Federal Constitution (please click here for the article) and now she is confused about what Bersih 4 is all about. 

Beliau berkata kerajaan menolak sebarang bentuk demonstrasi jalanan yang mengganggu ketenteraman awam, sambil menambah ia tidak mencerminkan kematangan.

The government is doing the right thing as they must protect the safety of the people and not let the illegal demonstrators ruin the country. The government must be irresponsible if they do not “menolak sebarang bentuk demonstrasi jalanan yang mengganggu ketenteraman awam”.

Tetapi Farida hari ini berkata, daripada menghina penunjuk perasaan, Najib dan pentadbirannya sepatutnya bersyukur kerana ribuan orang yang berkumpul berhampiran Dataran Merdeka itu dalam keadaan aman.

Bersih 4 is an illegal demonstration, so it is the demonstrators who should be thankful that the government did not send the FRU to disperse them and does not take stern actions against them like what the Singaporean government did to Bersih 4 demonstrators in Singapore.

Beliau berkata hari ini, perhimpunan itu membuktikan rakyat Malaysia tidak berminat menggulingkan kerajaan melalui keganasan, tetapi semata-mata menyuarakan pandangan mereka.

She must be denying the reality or “betul-betul menafikan realiti” if she really thinks so. 

Farida berkata laporan yang mendakwa peserta Melayu sangat sedikit yang menyertainya adalah tidak benar, walaupun mengakui golongan Cina menjadi peserta majoriti perhimpunan.

“Terdapat lebih ramai Cina berbanding Melayu, ya, tetapi tidak benar yang tiada langsung orang Melayu.

“Mereka datang beramai-ramai. Ada makcik, pakcik, anak muda. Saya ambil gambar dengan gadis Melayu bertudung,” katanya.

Please stop spinning stories and “menafikan realiti”. Even MalaysiaKini reported in their article, “Racial imbalance in Bersih 4, Chinese dominate” that only 10% of the illegal demonstrators are Malay.

Beliau berkata, ketiadaan Melayu luar bandar tidak boleh ditafsirkan sebagai tanda kumpulan etnik terbesar di negara ini menyokong Najib.

“Melayu luar bandar tidak dapat hadir kerana mereka tidak mampu. Semasa perhimpunan sebelum ini, PAS terlibat, bas disediakan untuk membawa mereka ke bandar.

“Mereka tidak mampu menanggung kos perjalanan ke Kuala Lumpur, penginapan. Ia tidak bermakna mereka bersikap tidak apati atau tidak peduli,” kata Farida.

What funny excuses; so PAS must be very happy to find out that they are so powerful. It is a pity that DAP kicked PAS away. Please study the GE 13 election’s results to see who voted for UMNO.

So, it seems true that Bersih 4 is all about forcing Najib to step down and not so much about free and fair election as what Bersih claimed?

Katanya, beliau gembira dengan perhimpunan itu dan kawalan pihak polis, dan menganggapnya satu kejayaan.

“Apa yang begitu menakjubkan ialah orang ramai berkelakuan baik dan dalam mood baik. Kehadiran polis sangat sedikit.

So Najib’s government has been very nice to the illegal demonstrators even though they are not supposed to be holding the illegal demonstration and are forcing him to step down.

“Walaupun matahari panas membakar, orang tidak hilang sabar. Mereka bersorak, suasananya seperti berpesta – ia lebih seperti karnival.

“Ramai daripada kita tidak dapat mendengar apa yang diucapkan, tetapi tetap bersorak,” kata Farida sambil ketawa.

A carnival that dirty the city and create many problems to the authorities? As a Muslim it is better for her to be doing things that Allah loves than being a part of the carnival together with fighters of the LGBT rights.

Ditanya sama ada kehadiran beliau pada perhimpunan tersebut bermakna G25 juga mahu Najib meletakkan jawatan, Farida berkata beliau dan beberapa ahli kumpulan pergi ke sana atas kapasiti peribadi.

Katanya, beliau berada di sana untuk menuntut jawapan daripada kerajaan berhubung keadaan negara dan skandal 1Malaysia Development Bhd (1MDB).

“Kita mahu jawapan. Kami tidak berpuas hati dengan rasuah endemik pesat, yang didakwa pemimpin kita.

“Kami sudah bosan dengan kehilangan keyakinan terhadap ringgit, apa yang berlaku dengan ekonomi, kita bimbang tentang 1MDB,” katanya.

Perhimpunan selama 2 hari yang berakhir malam tadi bukan saja menuntut Najib berundur tetapi juga untuk reformasi institusi. – 31 Ogos, 2015.

So it’s true that Bersih 4 is all about forcing Najib to step down and not much about free and fair election.





Jalur Gemilang, Our Flag, Our Pride

7 09 2012

The Jalur Gemilang

Bersih 4 or Janji Bersih or Janji Demokrasi was over but a lot of people are still angry about the bad things they did.

And I am also angry especially about the Sang Saka Malaya issue that I think is dishonouring our country and the real independence fighters.

Sang Saka Malaya

When I first read the news about some demonstrators waving weird flags and distributing flyers saying that Jalur Gemilang must go and the weird flag should become the new flag of Malaysia, I was angry.

I felt that the actions were rude and unpatriotic and suspected that they want to turn Malaysia into a republic nation like Indonesia and Singapore.

This flyer was distributed at the Janji Bersih demonstration.

I love Jalur Gemilang and I love my country and I am angry when people do not respect the laws.

I keep on asking why must the demonstrators were so rude and what was so special about the weird flag to them?

Jalur Gemilang is very beautiful indeed, with pretty red and white stripes, beautiful crescent and star and with all the primary colours that describes the important facts about Malaysia.

The crescent represents Islam, the religion of the country, the 14 strips represents the 13 states and the federal government and the 14 points of the star represent their unity.

Blue symbolizes the unity of the Malaysian people; the yellow of the star and crescent is the royal colour of our royal rulers.

So I wonder why some people think that Sang Saka Malaya will be a better flag for Malaysia, unless if they have bad agendas.

Historian Prof. Ramlah Adam said that Sang Saka was the flag of the Kesatuan Melayu Muda (KMM) or Young Malays Union whose agenda was to join Malaysia and Republic Indonesia and turn Malaysia into a republic nation just like Indonesia.

After understanding the real facts, I feel even more angry; especially when PR leaders lied and claimed that Sang Saka Malaya was waved to honour the independence fighters and that the flag was a historical flag and a symbol of the fights for our independence.

Our real independence fighters are the fighters who supported the sultans as our rulers and not those who wanted to turn Malaysia into a republic nation!

So do the people who claim that Sang Saka Malaya is a symbol of the fights for our independence share the same dream with those people who tried to turn Malaysia into a republic nation?

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4) Janji Bersih: Are They Trying To Make Malaysia A Republic?








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