Gambar Di Majlis Aidil Fitri Cawangan Khas Bukit Aman

12 07 2017

With the Deputy Inspector-General of PDRM, Tan Sri Nor Rashid Ibrahim at the event, July 11, 2017.

Yesterday, I attended the ‘Majlis Aidil Fitri Cawangan Khas Bukit Aman’ at the PDRM headquarters in Bukit Aman.

The Special Branch open house is always special to me for the Special Branch held its open house inside the PDRM Bukit Aman complex. 

We had a great time and I’m excited to get the Deputy Inspector-General of PDRM, Tan Sri Nor Rashid Ibrahim’s autograph.

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‘Missing’ Peter Chong is Back From Pattaya

16 04 2017

Breaking news!

One out of the five ‘missing’ people, Peter Chong has been ‘found’!

Well, the police found out that he is not even lost after all, but went on a trip to Thailand without telling anyone.

That made some people went hysterical about his ‘disappearance’ and made all kinds of theories including conspiracy theories.

Some accused that he was abducted and openly blamed the Malaysian Police and the government for his disappearance, only to find out that he was on a trip.

So, they all went crazy over nothing, putting the blame on the innocents, pointing fingers to who ever they wish and condemning the authorities; and did all that for nothing!

That is the mentality of some people from the opposition parties, who are fast to blame others especially the government and the authority for everything without investigations.

So, since it is proven that they had wrongly accused others and the authorities, are they going to issue an apology?


.::Report by Free Malaysia Today::.

PETALING JAYA: The former aide to a PKR MP, who was said to have gone missing since April 5, has been found and has returned to Kuala Lumpur, Inspector-General of Police Khalid Abu Bakar announced today.

“Missing Peter Chong is back from Pattaya this afternoon,” Khalid said on his Twitter account, while congratulating the police force.

Police took a statement from Chong at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport before he joined his family members about 2pm.

When contacted, Kuala Lumpur police chief Amar Singh Ishar Singh, said Chong told police he had gone to Hatyai with the intention of meeting his source who was to reveal more information on the disappearance of Pastor Koh Keng Joo.

Upon reaching Hatyai, he claims he was abducted and brought to Pattaya.

Upon release, he said he contacted his son who bought his return ticket home.

On Wednesday, Khalid had said police had information that Chong had crossed the border into Thailand at the Bukit Kayu Hitam checkpoint.

Chong, a former aide to PKR MP Sivarasa Rasiah, was said to have disappeared days after he related on Facebook about his conversation with a stranger, who warned him to be more careful in the wake of several cases of missing activists.

Chong’s son, Darryl, had lodged a police report on April 8 after attempts to contact his father failed. A task force was subsequently formed to look into Chong’s disappearance.

Chong’s disappearance came after the widely reported abduction of Pastor Raymond Koh, as well as the cases of Pastor Joshua Hilmy, his wife Ruth Hilmy and Perlis-based social acitivist Amri Che Mat.





Kes Jacel Kiram: Tian Chua Tuduh Nurul Izzah Hilang Ingatan?

24 11 2015

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Above is another arrogant and silly statement made by the PKR’s Batu Member of Parliament. Reading the news made me feel so humiliated and hurt because a politic leader of my country assumes that we Malaysian are unable to think straight and can be fooled by such illogical excuses over such a serious misconduct. And I cannot imagine the feelings of the families and friends of the victims of the Lahad Datu tragedy over the statement.

The Malaysian Parliament must conduct a course so that such Members of Parliament can learn the Rukun Negara and the meaning behind it so that they be patriotic and take their duties to the country seriously; and not putting their own selves above the sovereignty of our country.

The Star article is in red while my comments will be in blue.

PETALING JAYA: Batu MP Tian Chua has said that both he and PKR vice-president Nurul Izzah Anwar regret the uneasiness caused by the pictures taken with Jacel Kiram during their trip to the Philippines but he maintains that they were unaware that they were taking the pictures with the self-styled Sulu princess.

Does Tian Chua mean that both he and Nurul Izzah did not know the participants of that small meeting and thought that Jacel is just another citizen of the Philippines? 

They were only a very small number of people at the meeting. They would surely introduced themselves or be introduced by the organiser or the person who chaired the meeting. It is impossible for Nurul Izzah to not know that the lady in blue is Jacel Kiram, the daughter of the the self-proclaimed Sultan of Sulu except if she has such a short memory and cannot remember anything at all after a few minutes.

Or does Tian Chua meant to say that “they were unaware that they were taking the pictures with the self-styled Sulu princess” because when Jacel was enjoying the meal and chatting with Nurul Izzah as in the photo below, she was in disguise and was using another name?

Nurul Izzah (3rd from left) was talking to a man and a mysterious lady in blue (left) at the dinning table.

Nurul Izzah (3rd from left) was talking to a man and a mysterious lady in blue (left) at the dinning table.

Chua said that both he and Nurul were simply acting in accordance with the common practice of taking pictures with all parties when attending international conferences and that they did not realise who they were taking the photograph with.

From the photos published, that so-called “international conference” was not attended by hundreds of people that the participants do not know each other. Jacel Kiram is not unknown in Malaysia, and if Tian Chua and Nurul Izzah did not recognise Jacel Kiram or did not know her connections to the Lahad Datu tragedy; then they are not fit to be our Members of Parliament.

What an odd meeting when Nurul Izzah (left) was not introduced to the other people at the meeting table.

The so-called “international conference”. What an odd meeting when Nurul Izzah (left) was not introduced to the other people at the meeting table.

In fact, the news of former opposition leader, Anwar Ibrahim being followed by the so called ‘Princess’ Jacel Kiram on Twitter went viral on the internet during the Lahad Datu tragedy in February 2013. It is a wonder that Tian Chua and Nurul Izzah who are very active on the internet did not recognise the popular daughter of the self proclaimed Sultan of Sulu even if she was introduced to her by another name at the meeting. 

A once popular screenshot from Jacel Kiram's twitter page.

A once popular screenshot from Jacel Kiram’s twitter page.

The MP also claimed that the issue of sovereignty was being politicised and that political parties should instead be united with regards to the issue of protecting the nations territorial integrity.

The issue of sovereignty was not politicised. Nurul Izzah is a Member of Parliament and like Jacel Kiram, she is not an unknown person. This issue is being raised because Nurul Izzah Anwar Ibrahim had a meeting with an enemy of Malaysia and later on took pictures with her, smiling as if Jacel is her best friend while holding placards calling for the release of a Malaysian prisoner, Anwar Ibrahim.

Anwar Ibrahim's supporters. But Nurul Izzah (left) had no idea of who was the lady in blue.

Anwar Ibrahim’s supporters. Nurul Izzah (left) had no idea of who was the lady in blue.

 

Now, isn’t the whole actions by them is a humiliation to our country and the victims of the Lahad Datu tragedy? The actions show disloyalty to the King and the country for using an enemy of the State to pressure the State to release a prisoner that was found guilty by the Federal Court.

I must be dreaming because I thought all leaders of a country must be patriotic and loyal to their King and the country.

“We regret that this has cause uneasiness among the people and Nurul Izzah has already apologised to the families of the victims, so why are we playing up his issue?” asked Chua.

Is this the mentality of the opposition leaders? If any of them did something wrong, no matter how serious it is and in this case a humiliation to our country, and he apologises, then things are considered solved and nobody should question and talk about it anymore.

The sovereignty of a country must be upheld by each and every citizen of the country, especially the leaders. Both Tian Chua and Nurul Izzah are not patriotic and it is a pity that they were elected as leaders by their voters.

He added that he had no problem with the police investigating him, and that they should go ahead if they wanted to.

Chua also said that “more concrete action” was needed to guarantee Sabah’s safety from “invaders” and despite being debated many times, there is a lack of defensive improvements seen in Sabah.

Looking for ways to divert the story? After his above statement and what he did before, he has no rights to belittle the work done by the government, PDRM and ATM in order to protect our country.  It was the ATM that defeated the ‘Royal Sulu Army’ which was led by the uncle of Jacel Kiram, the lady in blue who participated in the ‘international conference’ together with Tian Chua and Nurul Izzah but whom they had no idea who was she.

The popular Jakel Kiram must be very sad that if she knows that Nurul Izzah has no idea of who she is even after the meeting, sharing the meal and took lots of photos together.

The popular Jakel Kiram must be very sad that if she knows that Nurul Izzah has no idea of who she is even after the meeting, sharing the meal and took lots of photos together.

And by placing inverted commas for the word invaders in the article, does The Star meant to imply that the ‘Royal Sulu Army’ are not invaders and that the attack on Lahad Datu that killed 10 victims from PDRM and ATM who were defending Sabah was just a fairy tale like claimed by Tian Chua in the video below?

Earlier, Deputy Prime Minister Ahmad Zahid Hamidi had stated that Chua had been the person who arranged the meeting and that he was also responsible for contacting the Sulu sultanate.

Jacel is the daughter of self-styled Sulu Sultan Jamalul Kiram III who ordered 200 members of his “Royal Sulu Army” to invade Lahad Datu in February 2013 to stake his claim over Sabah.

 

After international statements over international statements about our country made by Jacel Kiram with her photos all over the medias, it is so weird that the two Malaysian Members of Parliament who are internet savvy and actively complaining about the government, are still at lost of who she is. The Star reported, Tian Chua said “they were unaware that they were taking the pictures with the self-styled Sulu princess.”

 





Demontrasi Guling: Benarkah Polis Nak Duit?

2 01 2014

I am very sad to see these demonstrators who do not only love to cause trouble but also do not know how to respect others.

Please learn to be good citizens and respect the police force.





Exclusive Video: Are Malaysian Policemen Brutal?

23 11 2013

A man was caught by a policeman for not wearing seatbelts while driving in Malaysia.

The Chinese man taped the scene where he argued with the policeman demanding to know what had he done wrong when he was issued a traffic summon for the above reason.

Now, I wonder if he understands the traffic rules?

It looks very funny because in this video, the driver who was caught was very angry at the policeman; but if you look at the policeman, he was very calm and when the man asked for his police number, the policeman even gave a thumbs up.

Maybe the driver does not like the Malaysian rules for he keeps on questioning what had he done wrong even after the policeman had answered him.

And he kept repeating to the words, “polis Malaysia” or “Malaysian police”; may be he thinks that wearing seatbelts is a weird traffic rule and people do not have to wear seatbelts in other countries. 

I wonder why did he tape this video, was he proud of what he did?

Thank you to MynewshubChannel for the video.





JAIP’s Head Of Enforcement Shot Dead In Front Of His Home

10 11 2013

Jabatan Agama Islam Pahang (JAIP)’s Head of Enforcement, Ahmad Rafli Abdul Malek was killed at around 2:30 p.m. today.

He was shot dead by three men in a white Proton Wira aeroback in front of his house at Indera Mahkota 2, Pahang.

Pahang CID chief SAC Mohd Zakaria Ahmad confirmed the shooting and said investigations were underway.

I hope that PDRM will solve this case as soon as possible.

Al Fatihah.

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List And Photos Of Policemen Killed And Injured In Lahad Datu

2 03 2013

The shooting in Lahad Datu killed two and injured three policemen.

(Please click here for the photos.)

The PDRM members who were killed:

  1. INSP G/17992 ZULKIFLI B. MAMAT

  2. KPL 113088 SABARUDDIN B. DAUD

And the injured are:

1. KPL 135383 AZMAN B. AMPONG
2.KPL 152133 MOHD TARMIZI B. HASHIM
3. KON 175533 MOHAMED QAIYUM’AIQAL B. ZOLKIFLI

According to PDRM’s Facebook, the bodies of Inspector Zulkifli B. Mamat and Corporal Sabaruddin B. Daud will arrive to the Pengkalan Tentera Udara Diraja Malaysia (TUDM) in Subang on  11:00 morning today.

I’m very sad and sorry to the families of the victims, especially the two policemen who were killed in the attack.

Below are photos of the policemen killed in the incident with their families. (All photos in this post are from the Royal Malaysian Police (PDRM)’s facebook).

I am very proud of them, they are our hero!

Al Fatihah.

Related Posts:

  1. Photos of Lahad Datu Shooting

  2. Lahad Datu Shooting: 2 Malaysian Police Killed, 3 Injured








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