GE13: So It Is True That PKR Is After A Revolution?

4 05 2013

My big sister’s, Aeshah Adlina Weblog received an ‘interesting’ comment from ‘PKR 4 the win’ on her post, “Pakatan’s new Malaysia flag: Not a copycat? Turning Malaysia to a Republic?”

‘PKR 4 the win’ submitted this comment at 10:53 pm on 2013/04/25:

“President Soekarno was right when he said that malaysia is a country without ideology and identity.

There was no revolution and no struggle for independence in malaysia. The country was not created by the people, it was created by a deal between britain and sultans.

Malaysia does not have a state ideology and no real constitution. This country exclusively consists of deals and compromises. (just like that american style flag)

This injust corrupt monarchist regime can not survive if the people get a certain level of education and access to independent information.

It is just a matter of time until malaysia becomes a democratic republic, because even the brain of the most stupid conservative racist religious idiot will at some point develop if the general level of education rises.

weapon of BN: fear, racism and stupidity

weapon of PKR: education, information and justice”

How interesting!

“President Soekarno was right when he said that malaysia is a country without ideology and identity.”

First Soekarno was a leftist that supported socialist and communism ideologies.

Wikipedia says that:

“The early 1960s saw Sukarno veering Indonesia to the left by providing support and protection to the Indonesian Communist Party (PKI) at the expense of the military and Islamists. He also embarked on a series of aggressive foreign policies under the rubric of anti-imperialism, with aid from Soviet Union and China.”

It is wrong for Soekarno to say that Malaysian has no ideology and identity.

I think Soekarno said that just because he did not agree with Malaysia’s political systems because Malaysia never and until today does not believe in socialism and communism.

“Malaysia does not have a state ideology and no real constitution. This country exclusively consists of deals and compromises. (just like that american style flag)”

Uncle Naser Disa taught me that Malaysia is an Islamic country and Malaysia has a very strong Federal Constitution that protects the people and the rights of the King and Sultans to protect Islam as the religion of the country.

I wonder if the commenter ever study our Federal Constitution before commenting.

Regarding, “just like that american style flag”; does it means that the commenter is against the Malaysian flag, ‘Jalur Gemilang’?

And does that means that the commenter is admitting that PKR and its allies want to change the Malaysian flag to a new flag which they called ‘Sang Saka Malaya’?

Those people accused that ‘Jalur Gemilang’ is similar to the flag of the United States but can’t they see that their ‘Sang Saka Malaya’ is almost the same as the Singaporean and the Indonesian flag?

The design of Sang Saka Malaya is also similar to the design and colours of socialist and the communist flags.

Please read:

https://ahmadalikarim.wordpress.com/2012/09/07/jalur-gemilang-our-flag-our-pride/

The commenter also complained and not happy about the monarch.

Complaining about the monarch means that the commenter wants Malaysia to be a republic country because without the king, Malaysia will become a republic country, and even a secular country which Malaysia is not and never has been.

Please read:

https://ahmadalikarim.wordpress.com/2012/09/03/a-new-malaysian-flag-a-sign-of-prs-revolution/

According to a very senior lawyer, Hj Mahamad Naser bin Disa, the word secular doesn’t exist in the Federal Constitution of Malaysia; and the Article 3 (1) says that:

“Islam is the religion of the Federation; but other religions may be practised in peace and harmony in any part of the Federation.”

In fact judge Tun Salleh Abbas said that Malaysia only uses secular rules and not a secular country so that means the commenter is against the Federal Constitution of Malaysia.

“It is just a matter of time until malaysia becomes a democratic republic”.

Time for Malaysia to become a democratic and republic country?

Thank you to the commenter for showing the true colours of PKR.

Now the cat is out of the bag, the commenter has revealed PKR’s big secret that is PKR does not want the king and is after a revolution or ‘Malaysian Spring’ to turn Malaysia into a left wings, secular, republic country that supports the same ideas as Soekarno.

Pecah tembelang PKR, dah terbongkarlah rahsia PKR.

The commenter also wrote:

“weapon of PKR: education, information and justice”

“JUSTICE”???

If PKR is fair, how can CheguBard said that he was tricked by PKR leader, Dato’ Seri Anwar bin Ibrahim as was recorded in a video? Please click here for the video

And how can a person speaks about justice in PKR when PKR leaders lied about their dreams to change our Federal Constitution and to turn Malaysia into a secular and a republic country?

Can a cheater or liar talks about JUSTICE?

And I also wonder why this commenter and PKR’s leaders, members and supporters love revolutions, wars and violence that they think all countries need revolutions and bloodsheds to be a great country?

 

That is why we should not vote for PAKATAN RAKYAT!

Vote for BARISAN NASIONAL!





Sultan Not Invited To Selangor Merdeka Celebration, Who’s Fault?

4 09 2012

Reciting the Rukun Negara at the event. The guess of honour was Datuk Ser Anwar Ibrahim.

The Selangor PR State Government didn’t invite the Selangor Ruler, the Sultan of Selangor to the official Selangor Merdeka celebration.

It caused headlines and PR started to blame others 🙂 

(I was shown this post, please click hear to read the post).

So why did the Menteri Besar does not invite the Sultan? ❓

The Selangor Menteri Besar political secretary, Faekah Husin was asked about this issue.

She said…

This image is from Blog MIK.

Does PR thinks that Sultans must ask for an invitation to attend their own states’ official functions from their state governments?

Doesn’t PR understand about states protocols?

Has PR forgotten about our Rukun Negara and our Federal Constitutions?

People said that PR does not want our sultans anymore.

Is it true that PR wants to turn Malaysia to a republic?

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  2. Janji Bersih: Are They Trying To Make Malaysia A Republic?

  3. An Exciting Day

 





A New Malaysian Flag – A Sign Of PR’s Revolution?

3 09 2012

After the  Janji Bersih’s new flag for Malaysia incident, I had the chance to discuss the matter with a lawyer and a politician.

Please click here for: ‘Janji Bersih: Are They Trying To Make Malaysia A Republic?’

The demonstrators showing their new flag during the Janji Bersih demonstration.

When I met Uncle Naser Disa who is a lawyer on Friday, I asked him if it is okay to put up a new flag and suggesting the idea to change the Malaysian flag during our Merdeka celebration?

He answered that the action is wrong and those people should not do it if they respect the law and love our country.

He also said that it is not a good idea to change our flag.

And when I asked him if ‘disrespecting the flag’ is a humiliation to the country, he said,’Yes’.

On Sunday when I went to Uncle Kamaruddin Mohd. Nor’s  house, I asked him if it is all right to change our flag.

(Please click here for: An Exciting Day)

I (R) was asking Uncle Kamaruddin (L) questions about the ‘new flag incident’.

He said that we should not change our flag.

He explained that there are things that can be changed but there are things that should not be changed.

For example, the Americans don’t change their flag and so do the people of the United Kingdom who are proud of their Union Jack.

Uncle Kamaruddin said we must love and respect our flag.

So, why did some people try to change our flag?

I guess only Janji Bersih and PR who wants the new flag and they even have a name for the flag, Sang Saka Malaya. Please read here ,  here and here.

My question is, since Libya has a new flag after the revolution, is PR ready to start a revolution by introducing the new flag?

And does PR wants Malaysia to be a ‘Republik Malaysia’? 

The demonstrators showing their new flag during Janji Bersih demonstration.





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

31 08 2012

PAS leader ‘Mat Sabu’ at the ‘Janji Demokrasi’ or ‘Janji Bersih’ or ‘Bersih 4.0’ demonstration last night.

Last night at the ‘Janji Demokrasi’ or ‘Janji Bersih’ or ‘Bersih 4.0’ demonstration, the demonstrators were holding up new flags as reported by Agenda Daily.

That is surely not a Malaysian flag!

So, why are they displaying the flags?

The article asks for an explanation about the flags.

Please click here for: A New Malaysian Flag – A Sign Of PR’s Revolution?

Last year a DAP’s assemblyman wrote in his Facebook that PR would come with a new flag for Malaysia.

Is this Bersih’s and PR’s new flag for Malaysia?

I agree with the article that the flag looks like the flags of Republic Indonesia and Republic Singapore.

And I am asking the same question; are they trying to turn Malaysia into a republic?

The demonstrators showing their new flag.

(Please click here for: Bersih 4.0: Split Into Two Groups?)

Flyers as in the picture below were also distributed at the event last night!

Among PR’s leaders who joined the demonstration were PAS’s Mat Sabu and PKR’s Tien Chua and Fuziah Salleh.

I am very sorry for what had happened last night; I think they are not patriotic and had tarnished the 55th Merdeka Day.

Even if they hate the government, they must respect important official events like our Merdeka Day.

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