Nurul Izzah Biadap

18 03 2015

Above is the seditious statement towards the Judicial Institution made by Nurul Izzah Anwar in Parliament on March 10, 2015.

Using Clause 2 of Article 63 of the Federal Constitution, the opposition leaders defended her by claiming that Members of Parliament (MP) can say whatever they want in the Parliament; and starting to create stories so that actions will be taken to others who are against them.

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In fact they even accused the Inspector General of Police for “blatant abuse of power”.

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The Malaysian Insider reported Nurul Izzah as saying:

“I think it is quite clear. My arrest is a blatant abuse of power by the IGP, and I hold the prime minister responsible for allowing transgressions against parliamentarians. I have immunity granted to me… on the issues raised in Parliament,” the Lembah Pantai MP said after being released at 12.30pm at the Dang Wangi police headquarters today. – TMI

According to lawyer Dato’ Zulkifli Noordin there is no total immunity for the MPs in parliament because the MPs are also binded by the Article 63 (4) of the Federal Constitution which says:

Clause (2) shall not apply to any person charged with an
offence under the law passed by Parliament under Clause (4) of
Article 10 or with an offence under the Sedition Act 1948 [Act
15] as amended by the Emergency (Essential Powers) Ordinance
No. 45, 1970 [P.U. (A) 282/1970].

Article 3(a) and 3(c) of the Sedition Act says:

A “seditious tendency” is a tendency—

(a) to bring into hatred or contempt or to excite disaffection
against any Ruler or against any Government;

(c) to bring into hatred or contempt or to excite disaffection
against the administration of justice in Malaysia or in
any State;

In fact in the case of Datuk Mark Koding -v- Pendakwaraya [1982] 2 MLJ 120 FC, Datuk Mark Koding was found guilty under the Sedition Act for his speech which was made in the Parliament.

Total freedom to say anything they want and to accuse anybody they wish to, no matter if they are lying or will create disharmony in the country?

Now it is very clear why the opposition parties want the Sedition Act to be abolished.

I’m very thankful that the government of Malaysia is wise enough to keep the Sedition Act to protect peace and harmony in our country from spiteful people with personal, self-interest agendas.





In Photo: At the Istana Kehakiman For The Court Decision On ‘Kalimah Allah’

23 06 2014
PERKASA leaders addressed the crowd outside of the Istana Kehakiman, June 23, 2014.

PERKASA leaders addressed the crowd outside of the Istana Kehakiman, June 23, 2014.

This morning I was at the Istana Kehakiman or Palace of Justice in Putrajaya waiting for the court decision on the ‘Kalimah Allah’ case.

There were so many reporters inside as well as outside of the court building.

I met activists Uncle Zulkifli Noordin, Tok Him, Atuk Mansoor, Ustaz Masridzi of PERKID, Uncle Haniff, Uncle Rahim Sinwan and a lot of other activists.

Please click the photos for larger images:





I Am Real

13 01 2014

I was very excited to read a post entitled, Yes, he is 10 years old on Aunty Helen Ang’s blog today.

Thank you, Aunty Helen, you made my day 😉

Actually after I suscribed to her blog, Aunty Helen wrote a post entitled, ‘Announcement’, advising her readers not to use bad language because a 10-year-old boy reads her blog.

I guess some people do not really like the idea and some thought that Aunty Helen was joking and so they sent her all kinds of comments.

There are people who said that politic is not suitable for kids and the weird part is when some of them don’t even believe that I or my blog really exist 😆

And my big sisterAeshah Adlina  wrote this post to prove that I’m a real person.

My big sisters and I like writing and we write a lot, last year we took part in a U.S. writing challenge called National Writing Month or NaNoWriMo where we need to complete a story with a given minimum words in just one month.

I need to work very hard and at last I was able to complete a 20,000 words novella on November 22, 2013 which was 8 days before the dateline.

I begged my father to let me start my own blog when I was 5 years old; and I promised him that I’ll work hard and that I’ll always write new posts.

Now, blogging is something like a schoolwork for me, and I need to write properly, sometimes I have to rewrite the posts and I can only publish my post after my mother says it is okay 🙂

I write mostly about things that I like, for example politics, news, nature, art and others but sometimes I was given a topic to write such as to write a post using one of the idioms and phrases that I learned as the title, so I wrote, Bersih 3.0 Violence – The End Justifies The Means?

By the way, I also write poems, stories and political comics.

I’m very lucky to have the chance to meet and speak to lots of wonderful people including politicians and I learned a lot from them.

Some PR supporters sent me rude comments using words that I’ve never heard and could not understand.

Last night I received the below comment on one of my post, ‘Selangor’s MB Must Obey The Sultan Or Resign – Naser Disa‘- I guess some people just like to blame others because the article has nothing to do with PERKASA and Uncle Naser Disa is and was not a member of PERKASA.

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It is very funny how PR leaders and supporters really hate PERKASA and blamed PERKASA for everything.

My parents are not members of PERKASA but I always meet and talk to Uncle Zul of PERKASA during talks and seminars 🙂

I was having lunch with Uncle Zulkifli Noordin and some of my father’s friends.

And I also have photos with Datuk Ibrahim Ali, this photo was taken by Uncle Jinggo at the Istana Kehakiman Putrajaya.

With Datuk Ibrahim Ali. (Photo credits to Jinggo Fotopages)
Dato' Sri Diraja Hj. Adnan Bin Hj. Yaakob
With the Menteri Besar of Pahang, Dato’ Sri Diraja Hj. Adnan Bin Hj. Yaakob after a program in Kuantan last year.

Tan Sri Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah is my grandfather’s old friend, they met in England long, long time ago.

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I also met the Selangor Menteri Besar, Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim.
With Uncle Nasha.
Greeting Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin at the PWTC.

And last but not least …

I was a big fan of Anwar Ibrahim (please click for more photos 🙂 )years ago but after what happened during BERSIH 3, I changed my mind.

I wrote about it in Videos-Bersih 3.0 Riot Instigated By Anwar and Azmin?( Video-Anwar dan Azmin Signal Rempuh Dataran Merdeka?).





Five Years of Blogging with WordPress

28 08 2013

You registered on WordPress.com 5 years ago!

Thanks for flying with us. Keep up the good blogging!

  🙂 🙂 🙂 

This was what I first wrote after my father gave his permission to start my own blog:

Welcome To My Blog

Hello, my name is Ahmad Ali Karim.

Welcome to my blog.

I love to write and I started to write stories when I was 3 years old.

Now I am 5 years old and I am very happy to start my own blog.

  🙂 🙂 🙂 

I was very excited to receive this note from WordPress.com yesterday! I started this blog when I was five years old, five years ago and over the years I learn lots of things about writing, reporting and blogging.

One of my worst experience in blogging is when I cannot open my blog after it was hacked for a month.

I was so sad and scared and fear that I’ll loose my blog.

But thanks to the wonderful people at WordPress.com, at last my problem is solved.

And thank you very for my wonderful cyber friends who had sent me messages and tried to help me solve the problem.

Thank you for visiting my blog and my very special thanks to all my loyal readers who had become my special friends.

  🙂 🙂 🙂 

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I wrote simple posts about things that I like, my favourite fruits and what happens around me.

🙂 🙂 🙂

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Uncle Awang Goneng is one of my favourite writers and inspired me to start my own blog. 

🙂 🙂 🙂

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This is the first time I met Anwar Ibrahim, the politician who inspired me to become a politician. I was a very big fan of Anwar at the time.  Anyway I lost my respect for him after Bersih 3.0.

🙂 🙂 🙂

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I started attending lots of programs and discourses. At home I read the news to know about what is happening, not only in Malaysia but also in the other part of the world. 

🙂 🙂 🙂

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I first met Uncle Nasha at his daughter’s wedding celebration and asked him why he does not leave PAS. 

🙂 🙂 🙂

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Uncle Zul is a lawyer and one of my favourite politicians. Like me, he was also one of Anwar’s fan before he realised the truth.

  🙂 🙂 🙂

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Video: 10 Anwar’s PRU 13 Surprises

26 03 2013

Credit to Badut Rakyat (http://badutrakyat.blogspot.com/2013/03/hot-news-anwar-ibrahim-akan-buat-10.html)





Meeting YB Dato’ Zulkifli Noordin

15 01 2013
I(R) was very excited to meet one of my favourite politician, Uncle Zulkifli Noordin(L)..

I(R) was very excited to meet one of my favourite politician, Uncle Zulkifli Noordin(L).

During SEMAIAN, my big sister Kashah and I spoke to one of our favourite politician, YB Dato’ Zulkifli Noordin, an Independent Member of Parliament for Kulim – Bandar Baharu, Kedah.

When he was still a PKR MP, Uncle Zul went against the opposition’s stands on “Allah” issue; just like what Uncle Nasharudin Mat Isa is doing now.

Even though I often saw Uncle Zul Noordin at other MUAFAKAT‘s programs, this is the first time I spoke to him.

I had the chance to talk one of my favourite politician, Uncle Dato' Zulkifli Noordin.

I was very excited to have the chance to speak to one of my favourite politician, Uncle Dato’ Zulkifli Noordin.

It was so wonderful talking to him for he is very nice and very friendly.

I was so excited meeting him that I forget all the questions that I wanted to ask him.

It was something like how I felt the day I met Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim on May 23, 2010.

Well, at the time I was a big fan of Anwar but not anymore after I heard his March 18, 2010’s speech at the London School Of Economics on YouTube .

Uncle Zul said that when he was studying in New Zealand, Uncle Zul met a man who gave him advices that made him a better person.

And that day, Uncle Zul advised me to always tell the truth, no matter what and stand for the truth.

While we were talking, AntaraPos’s reporters came to interview him.

Uncle and aunties from AntaraPos interviewing Uncle Dato' Zulkifli Noordin.

Uncle and aunties from AntaraPos interviewing Uncle Dato’ Zulkifli Noordin.

After the interview, I asked Uncle Zul for an autograph.

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Uncle Zul(L) wrote wise words in my autograph while I(R) looked on.

Uncle Zul also gave me his business card and that made me feel so proud.

I wish I can talk to Uncle Zulkifli Noordin again and this time I’m going to ask him some questions.

I am so happy and thankful to be able speak to a lot of wonderful people. 








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