Sunday, February 28, 2010

Police recruits training in 3 months?

Police recruits training to be cut to 3 months to hire more

JEMPOL: Training for new recruits at the various police training centres will be shortened from the present six months to three to allow the force to hire more cops.
Federal police management (training) deputy director Datuk Mortadza Nazarene said the move was necessary to expedite the intake of some 60,000 policemen desperately needed to maintain peace and combat crime.
At present, the country has close to 100,000 policemen.
“Hiring more cops is part of the NKRA for the police force. This is important as we have set our targets to reduce the crime index and make the country a safe place to be at all times.
“This is also part of our strategy to enhance our role as a quality service provider,” he said at the passing out of 429 recuits at the Air Hitam police training centre near here.
In the 1980s and 1990s, new police recruits were required to undergo a nine-month training programme. This was reduced to six.
However, there have been occasions when the training period was reduced to fewer months particularly when the force needed to hire more cops.
Mortadza said the modules and curriculum would also be reviewed to ensure the recruits received wholesome training.
“This is essential because we want them to have a good grasp of their tasks and responsibilities,” he said.
He said to ensure the new recruits were prepared for the tasks ahead, they would continue with another three-month on-the-job training after their posting.
“They will be posted to the various contingents or district police stations where they will be able to learn from their seniors. This also makes effective training as they will be under the direct supervision of police officers,” he said.
Mortadza said with better training modules and on-the-job training, the recruits would be as good as those who underwent the six month training.
Earlier, Federal CID director Datuk Koh Hong Sun, who witnessed the passing out of the recruits, said more Indians and Chinese youths should join the force.
“We need more non Malays as we sometimes encounter problems such as communicating with the people who are not fluent in Bahasa Malaysia or English,” he said.
He also gave away the best recruit awards to Muhammad Noryandi Mosidi, 23, Mohamad Firdaus Jaafar, 21 and Mazwan Tulin, 22.

tunku : we understand that we need more cops but reducing training will not help the country to get the best cops.we want quality not quantity. 3 months training is not enough in building up the character in a person especially when the person is trusted to safeguard the country.hope the ministry will look into this training matters seriously.

Friday, February 26, 2010

Anwar on economy: Worst yet to come......Sg Buloh?

the melodrama queen of moron said Najib's declaration that the economy has recovered is 'not only premature but irresponsible'.is he mad? is he out of touch with the world and surrounding? i don't think he has enough time to learn about economy as he's busy with his "activities" and the sodomy case against him.we still remember how he was about to destroy our economy in 98 when he was accepting the IMF's offer. thanks to the genius Tun Mahathir who sacked this moron. if anwar has the brain in economy, why can't he help pakatan ruled states to come out top in economy? he is just full of craps,that's all. when ever he opens his mouth, craps come thing is right, the worst yet to come for anwar....the sungai buloh prison.

Thursday, February 25, 2010

TanTee Beng Best Actor Of The Year

PETALING JAYA: Rebel PKR Member of Parliament Tan Tee Beng has apologised to party deputy president Dr Syed Husin Ali for a recent outburst that questioned the veteran’s place in the party as well as asking him to quit.
“I retract my recent statements and I sincerely apologise. I hope we can now move forward as a family,” he said at a press conference here Wednesday.
Tan had earlier given his explanation to the PKR disciplinary board at the party headquarters here on charges of openly criticising Penang Chief Minister and DAP secretary-general Lim Guan Eng.
Tan, at a press conference on Feb 3, had questioned the legitimacy of Dr Syed Husin’s appointment as PKR deputy president after the court had ruled that Parti Rakyat Malaysia (PRM) still existed.
(In 2003, PRM, helmed by Dr Syed Husin at that time, merged with Parti Keadilan to form PKR. Dr Syed Husin later became PKR deputy president.)
He had also urged the PKR leadership to suspend and review Dr Syed Husin’s position.
At the same press conference, Tan also called on Dr Syed Husin to quit, saying he was appalled to read his remark made the day before that Tan could resign from the party any time.
However, Tan said Wednesday that he realised that what happened was all due to misunderstanding.
“I was provoked and I was emotional. I was aggressive too, and I offer my most sincere apology to him and I hope we can get back on good terms,” he said.
On his meeting with the board, Tan said he gave his version about the attacks against Lim.
“I explained to them why I made such comments and the reasons for me to be so angry.
“They recorded it down and now I leave it to them for further action,” he said, adding he was told the four-member board would deliberate and submit its decision to the party’s supreme council.
“With this meeting, the issue is over for me, and I am still a PKR MP,” he said.
Tan on Jan 31 had blamed Lim as being the root cause of unrest within PKR and the Pakatan Rakyat.

tunku : yet another drama by these actors in pkr.well keep sweeping all the dirts under the carpet.

Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Rais Agrees Anwar Should Relinquish Opposition Leader's Post

KUALA LUMPUR, Feb 23 (Bernama) -- Information Communication and Culture Minister Datuk Seri Dr Rais Yatim supports a call that Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim should relinquish the Opposition leader's post as he is facing a sodomy trial.
Rais said there were precedence as cabinet ministers and senior civil servants resigned when they were charged in court.
"From the rule of law and basic rights considerations, whether one is a member of parliament, a cabinet minister and a civil servant, one should resign.
"A suggestion that Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim should do likewise not only fulfil the legal consideration but also the principles behind his struggle as he had been advocating social justice and a civil society," Rais told reporters after launching the "TMpoint on Wheels", a Telekom Malaysia mobile counter, here Tuesday.
He was commenting on views expressed by a lecturer in Utusan Malaysia that Anwar should relinquish the Opposition leader's post, which could be filled by either PAS president Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang or DAP adviser Lim Kit Siang as the Parti Keadilan Rakyat de-facto leader would be bogged down by court proceedings.
"I agree with the views. Now that he (Anwar) is in a quandary, I believe he should think and find a way out to diffuse the situation and resign. But it is not easy and it is up to him," said Rais.

photo courtesy of bro jinggo

tunku : he should but he will never as this melodrama queen of moron is power crazy.for power, he can even sell his wife as he still have "adik angkat" . anwar has no morale and no shame at don't expect that he will relinquish any post he's holding,on top of that he's accepting some new posts.pas should take over the leadership of pakatan.

Tuesday, February 23, 2010

MIC expected to resist BN direct membership proposal

KUALA LUMPUR: The MIC is expected to resist the ruling Barisan Nasional coalition’s proposal to allow membership for friendly individuals, political parties and non-governmental organisations.
This is because the party, which boasts of 630,000 members, will lose its “monopoly” at the Barisan supreme council when it comes to Indian matters if other Indian-based political parties are allowed to join, say political pundits.
“This proposal, if it comes into effect, will definitely ensure more Indian participation in the Barisan. Presently, there is the veto power or the consensus system which requires all component parties to agree before an applicant is allowed into the Barisan.
“Once this is removed, there will be more Indian political parties coming into the Barisan.
“The MIC will definitely lose its dominance but it will be a boon to the Indian community as the Barisan leadership will be able to hear directly the problems faced by Indians, generally from various parties, rather than just from the MIC alone,” said former MIC vice-president Tan Sri M. Mahalingam.
Last Friday, Prime Minister and Barisan chief Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak announced that the coalition would amend its constitution to admit Barisan-friendly individuals, political parties and non-governmental organisations.
The 1.8 million-strong Malaysian Indian community is fragmented into various groups and the community has at least six political parties to choose from.
The six parties are the MIC, People’s Progressive Party or PPP (although multiracial, the party is predominantly made up of Indians), Indian Progressive Front (IPF), Malaysian Indian United Party (MIUP), the newly-formed Malaysian Makkal Sakti Party and the proposed Hindu Rights Action Front (Hindraf).
Of the parties above, only the MIC and PPP are in the Barisan. It is an open secret that IPF’s applications to join the grand coalition in the past were shot down by the MIC.
If the latest proposal is to become a reality, political observers expect the IPF, MIUP and Makkal Sakthi, who are all Barisan-friendly, to apply to join the coalition.
While inclusion of these parties would eclipse MIC’s dominance in the Barisan, it will directly increase Indian participation in the ruling coalition, which is desperate to win the hearts and minds of the now-fragmented Indian community.
At the last general election in 2008, the community deserted the Barisan, which it had supported over the last 50-odd years, by backing the Opposition.
Out of the nine parliamentary and 19 state seats contested at the polls under the Barisan banner, the MIC managed to win only three parliamentary and seven state seats.
“The Indian votes are split and the MIC alone cannot do the job of bringing back these votes. The Barisan top leadership realises that for the coalition to succeed, it needs the backing of all communities in the country.
“What the MIC wants, is for the party leaders to decide ... the Barisan can’t decide for all,” said Mahalingam, a former deputy minister.
Political analyst Datuk Dr Denison Jayasooria feels that the Barisan’s move to woo those with similar ideologies and providing them access to voice their grouses would be good for the coalition.
“However, the Barisan should be cautious in its approach of allowing members in. It should allow those who have an impact on the electorate, meaning those who have and will bring in the votes.
“Enlarging the coalition by allowing more parties to join does not mean more votes. It should pick quality alliances and weed out bogus parties,” said the former head of Yayasan Strategik Sosial, the MIC think-tank.
He said the Barisan should only allow those who had similar political ideologies as the coalition and encourage smaller or splinter parties to consolidate or merge before joining.
“So far, as I see it, these Indian parties have the same ideology. For these parties, it is more of personality conflicts which are preventing them from merging into bigger entities. Definitely, this proposal will receive some resistance from the MIC.
“It must be noted that having many splinter parties does not necessarily enhance the Barisan. Consolidation of political parties and opening up Barisan membership may be the way forward for the ruling party. Small parties from small ethnic communities do not make a big difference in votes,” he said. -- Bernama

tunku : mic is no longer the major party for is time for bn to consider for the other indian based party to join the bn coalition.the current leadership of mic can't bring back the support from the majority indian should not just listen to mic alone on accepting other indian based party into bn.all the component party should gives their views and decision should be made for the best of bn not just a single party.

Sunday, February 21, 2010

New Economic Model Gives Due Consideration To Bumis - Mukhriz

ALOR SETAR, Feb 20 (Bernama) -- The new economic model to be unveiled by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak next month will give due consideration to the Bumiputera.
Deputy International Trade and Industry Minister Datuk Mukhriz Mahathir said this was in line with previous policies particularly the New Economic Policy (NEP).
"I have received many visits by Malay non-governmental organisations representing various sectors and industries who raise concern that the new economic model will be too open to the extent that it reduces opportunities for Bumiputera entrepreneurs," he said.
Speaking to reporters after opening a forum at Sekolah Kebangsaan Langgar near here today, he said the government would certainly give due consideration to all quarters in whatever policy.
"The government will not launch a new policy that contravenes the constitution and this needs to be clearly explained so that the people especially the Bumiputera are not worried with what is to be launched by the prime minister," he added.
Mukhriz said the people should realise that even though several weaknesses existed in the implementation of NEP, it was proven to have successfully eradicated poverty and given equal opportunities to all walks of life regardless of race.
"The economic problem we are facing was triggered by external factors like the global financial and economic crises.
"So, I think it is not right for some quarters to say that the economic problem we are facing now was due to NEP," he said.

tunku : we hope the government will give due consideration on this new economic model so that the majority namely the bumis will not be left behind.we have seen in many countries that when the minority controls the economy , the country eventually faces unstability.what mukhriz said is right,the economic problem we are facing now is not due to NEP as NEP is a successful mechanism.the problem lies with the implementation.NEP should be fined tune and we hope with the NEM it will enhance the NEP.NEM should give priority to the bumis economy development.

Saturday, February 20, 2010

Sodomy 2: Moron Kit Siang Wants A Poll.

lim kit siang dares PM to do public poll to see whether anwar is guilty or not.that is the demand from an idiot opposition stupid he is.the matter is with the court,why on earth should it be decided by a public poll? like this we can stop all proceeding at the courts and let public decide whether somenone is guilty or not through polls.what an idiot lim kit siang.
anyone out there having court case wants their case to be decided thru a poll, please contact the idiot kit siang.i never imagine that kit siang can go so low.i was wondering from where guan eng has the idiot brain.....from his father of course.

Hadi slams Australian Parliamentarians' Interference In Anwar's Case

PAS Slams Australian Parliamentarians' Interference In Anwar's Case

KUALA TERENGGANU, Feb 19 (Bernama) -- PAS on Friday criticised the interference by Australian Members of Parliament (MPs) in the sodomy trial of Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) advisor Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim.
Its president, Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang, said as a partner in the opposition coalition, he wanted the matter to be resolved according to the country's judicial system without influence from foreign elements.
"In terms of foreign intervention, as a Malaysian national, I want our country to become a sovereign nation and there is no necessity for foreign intervention, especially from the Western world...non-Muslim countries," he said.
He said this when met by reporters after opening the gathering of Kuala Terengganu Muslim Youths 2010 at the PAS headquarters in Kuala Ibai, near here.
Abdul Hadi claimed that there was intervention because of weaknesses in the country's judicial system and this had to be attended to immediately so that the judiciary would command the respect of everyone.

tunku : i hope mahfuz can learn something from hadi awang.the president saying something, the vice president and the senile murshid saying something else.i guess deep in hadi's heart he knew that anwar is guilty as charged.that is why you never see hadi coming to the court to support anwar.hadi should explain to pas members of his stand.

Friday, February 19, 2010

Sodomy II: Anwar appeals judge’s refusal to recuse himself

KUALA LUMPUR: Opposition leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim has filed an appeal over his failure to recuse the trial judge from further hearing his sodomy case.
Anwar’s lawyer Sankara Nair said he had filed a notice of appeal over the matter at the Court of Appeal registry at 11am on Friday.
The PKR adviser had on Thursday failed to recuse judge Justice Mohamad Zabidin Mohd Diah from further hearing his sodomy trial.
In rejecting the disqualification application by Anwar. Justice Mohamad Zabidin said he did not find any reasons for him to recuse himself.
He said he would be running away from his responsibility as a judge if he were to recuse himself, adding that a judge who had taken an oath of office should not avoid carrying out the duty which has been entrusted to him.
Anwar, 63, claimed trial to sodomising his former personal aide, Mohd Saiful Bukhari Azlan, 25, at the Desa Damansara Condominium in Bukit Damansara between 3.01pm and 4.30pm on June 26, 2008.
On Feb 8, Anwar had applied to recuse the trial judge on grounds his two rulings in relation to the publication of a photograph taken during a visit to the Desa Damansara condominium where the alleged offence occurred and news reports of the trial in a Malay daily showed “an element of bias.”

photo courtesy of bro jinggo.

tunku : appeal after appeal, appeal after appeal, looks like never ending story from this moron.if i have not done anything wrong, i will expedite my case so that i can get out from it asap but this man claiming innocent(which he's not)so afraid of going to the court. they said they have very strong case, why worry then? he is delaying because he wants his gay friends from australia,turkey,usa etc to pressure the government.the melodrama queen of moron forgets that the matter is for the court to decide,not the government.the reason he wants to recuse the trial judge is also very weak and without basis.he's just trying to delay and buy more time.even karpal said it in the court that there won't be any delay tactics after this.that show they are playing dirty here.

Thursday, February 18, 2010

Sodomy II: Pakatan MPs join Aussie counterparts, want charge dropped

KUALA LUMPUR: Pakatan Rakyat MPs will be submitting a memorandum to the Government calling for the sodomy charge against their leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim to be dropped.
DAP adviser Lim Kit Siang said Pakatan MPs were united with their Australian counterparts.
“The memorandum will ... call for the Prime Minister, Government and the Attorney-General to drop the charge against Anwar,” he told reporters at the Jalan Duta Court Complex Thursday.
Lim also called on Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak to convene an emergency Parliamentary meeting on the sodomy charge as the matter involved the country’s reputation.
“We need to be clear on Parliament’s position on the matter. The charge needs to be dropped,” said the Ipoh Timur MP.
PAS vice-president and Pokok Sena MP Mahfuz Omar claimed the case was an “evil conspiracy,” hence the need for the memorandum.
Batu MP and PKR strategic director Tian Chua said MPs had a universal responsibility in the democractic system to defend justice and human rights.
DAP chairman Karpal Singh said the memorandum would most likely be sent to the Attorney-General.
“The AG should drop the case. In my mind, the charge is groundless. The medical evidence is clear. Three doctors from the KL Hospital have reported that there is no conclusive findings of penetration,” he said.
About 50 Australian MPs from both sides of the political divide had recently lodged a formal protest urging Malaysia to drop the sodomy charge in the interest of building “confidence in the impartial rule of law in Malaysia.”
The chairman of the Australian Parliament’s foreign affairs sub-committee, Michael Danby, had delivered the letter to the Malaysian High Commission in Canberra last Friday.
On Wednesday, about 500 people protested outside the Australian High Commission in Kuala Lumpur against alleged interference by the Australian MPs.
Leading the protest was Umno Youth chief Khairy Jamaluddin, his deputy Datuk Razali Ibrahim, Barisan Nasional Backbenchers Club deputy chairman Datuk Bung Mokhtar Radin, Perkasa president and Pasir Mas MP Datuk Ibrahim Ali, Makkal Sakhthi’s R. Thanenthiran and MIC Youth chief T. Mohan.

photo courtesy of bro jinggo

tunku : these irresponsible MPs are asking foreign government to poke their nose in our own matters.shame on you pakatan people have no guts to fight the case in the court as you know the sodomizer is guilty as charged.if the charge is groundless, then put your case in the court, why call other country to pressure the government? for mahfuz, go and ask taib azamudin,sabu and hadi awang about anwar's activities.they know it all.even karpal has said "anwar perlu bertaubat".the matter is with the court, so let the court decides, we don't need kangaroos to tell us what to do.all i can say is that pakatan is so desperate that if they have to sell their mothers, they will do so.this is a case brought up by saiful and he wants let the court do its part.if anwar really innocent, he'll be freed.why worry? only guilty person worries.

Umno Youth Tasked With Seeking Ideas From Young Generation: Can they?

PUTRAJAYA, Feb 17 (Bernama) -- The Umno Youth movement will hold meetings with the young generation to seek ideas on tackling current issues and find out their 'wish list' with regard to government policies.
Umno Youth head Khairy Jamaluddin said the movement had been asked to do so by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak so that the ideas and aspirations of the young generation could be conveyed to and subsequently acted upon by the government.
"The era of the government knowing everything is over. Government does not know anything, so the Umno Youth is tasked with seeking from the young generation who are not necessarily members of Umno, the Youth wing or Barisan Nasional (BN), what are their requests and wishes from the government," he told reporters after leading a courtesy call by the Umno Youth Exco on the Prime Minister, here Wednesday.
Khairy said the movement had already performed this task at the various levels previously but the implementation had not been systematic as desired by the Prime Minister.
He said a meeting would be held later for the setting up of a committee to monitor the formation of a special laboratory to carry out the task and the first report was expected to be presented within three months.
In addition, he said the movement would also launch the 1Malaysia Youth Expedition next month to explain the concept of 1Malaysia to the young generation throughout the country.
Asked whether the delegation discussed speculations on developments in Umno Youth, Khairy said the issue did not arise, adding that it was a normal meeting to discuss the direction of the movement in assisting the people, especially the young generation and not a meeting to resolve the movement's internal crisis.
"In terms of politics, Datuk Seri Najib was satisfied with the direction of the Umno Youth currently and he had stressed that solidarity was crucial not only in Umno Youth but also the Umno party as a whole and the BN," he said.

tunku : we know that government can't be knowing everything all the time but what kj said that government does not know anything is an insult to Najib's can a government knows nothing.if they don't know anything then they don't deserve to be up there. umno youth can go all out but when it is headed by kj, the chances are slim.Najib can be satisfied with the direction of umno youth but the people are not as long as kj as it's head.the only way for umno youth to get back people's confidence and support is to make kj resign from his post.

Anwar Appoints Foreign Forensic Experts For Sodomy Case

KUALA LUMPUR, Feb 17 (Bernama) -- Opposition leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim has appointed foreign DNA and forensic experts for the defence team to debunk the prosecution's claim of DNA analysis in his sodomy trial.
His lawyer Sankara Nair said the PKR leader had engaged the services of DNA expert Dr Brian Leslie McDonald from Sydney, Australia, and two forensic experts Prof Dr C. Damodaran from Chennai, India and Associate Professor David Lawrence Noel Wells from Melbourne, Australia.
In a statement e-mailed to the media Wednesday, Nair said he would be bringing the experts to the Kuala Lumpur High Court at 9am, Thursday.
On Thursday, High Court Judge Datuk Mohamad Zabidin Mohd Diah is scheduled to deliver his decision on Anwar's application for the judge to recuse himself from hearing the case.
Last week, Anwar applied to recuse Justice Mohamad Zabidin on the grounds that his two rulings concerning news reports of the case had raised an element of bias.
Anwar, 63, claimed trial to sodomising his former personal aide Mohd Saiful Bukhari Azlan, 25, in Bukit Damansara on June 26, 2008.
Attached together in the statement were their curriculum vitae.
Dr McDonald, who has a PhD in Pathology from the University of Western Australia, has performed and reported over 5,000 paternity tests for family law cases.
Dr McDonald, who is director of both DNA Consults and Molecular Genetics for the Sonic Clinical Institute, has authored or co-authored 79 scientific papers, chapters in books and conference proceedings.
Dr Damodaran, who has a PhD in Biochemistry from the University of Madras, has 28 years' experience in forensics and teaching and 36 years' in analytical biochemistry/biochemical toxicology forensic generics and biotechnology.
He was also the founder of India's DNA Fingerprinting Initiative as well as its first paternity testing centre. He had been involved in 96 research based publications in leading journals and received the Home Minister award for outstanding contribution to forensic science in 1995.
Dr Wells, who is division head (clinical foreign medicine) of the Victoria Institute of Forensic Medicine, received the Winston Churchill Memorial Trust Fellowship in 1992.

tunku : why don't he take tony blair's wife to be one of the lawyer, maybe they are not his type.if al gore, for sure he will take.this man is getting the best team to fight his case and yet so afraid of the court proceeding.he just want to avoid this case.why? only a guilty man does that.i am questioning the credibility of the said foreign forensic experts as they are paid by anwar, for sure to them the priority will be to safeguard their client's interest.

Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Sodomy Is An Offence, Mustapa Reminds International Community

KOTA BAHARU, Feb 16 (Bernama) -- International Trade and Industry Minister Datuk Seri Mustapa Mohamed has stressed to the international community that sodomy is against Islam and the eastern culture in Malaysia.
Mustapa, who is also Kelantan Umno Liaison Chief, said foreigners must first understand the country's beliefs, culture and laws which deemed sodomy as an offence.
"They don't understand our culture, beliefs and laws. They should respect our country's sovereignty and the fact that sodomy is against our religion, beliefs and laws," he said in a speech during a special meeting with Barisan Nasional leaders, here Tuesday.
He was commenting on the act of over 50 Australian politicians who lodged a formal protest urging Malaysia to drop opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim's sodomy trial saying it would hurt the country's image.
The politicians called for the case against Anwar to be abandoned in the interest of building confidence in the impartial rule of law in Malaysia.
A foreign news agency had reported Australia's foreign affairs parliamentary subcommittee chairman, Michael Danby, as saying that Anwar's second sodomy charge was a shame to Malaysia's democratic system and felt that they needed to support the opposition leader.
The protest letter received mixed reactions from various quarters in Malaysia, whereby some local leaders characterised the Australian Member of Parliament as being extreme and unaware of Malaysia's system of parliamentary democracy.
Mustapa said the international community should not define sodomy through their own eyes, whereby some countries were able to accept the act.
"In the US, there are laws that allow gay marriages. A man can marry another man and a woman can marry another woman.
"Such practices are frowned upon by Muslims in this country and others worldwide as it is against nature. Therefore, the world needs to evaluate Anwar's case through Malaysia's lens and not their own liberal views," he said.

tunku : all the religions in this world is against sodomy but some people especially in western changed their religions rules that suits their lifestyle.anwar should migrate to us so that he can do his sodomy activities without being convicted for the act.furthermore he can get married to his boyfriend there.malaysia should not be bothered with other countries view on anwar's trial.they should respect the law of the country.they can have anwar all for themselves,please take him away from this country.we don't need a person like him on our soil.

Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Kelantan Umno Regrets Nik Aziz's Manipulation Of Maulidur Issue

KOTA BAHARU, Feb 16 (Bernama) -- Kelantan Umno has criticised PAS Spiritual Leader Datuk Nik Abdul Aziz Nik Mat for manipulating the 'Maulidur Rasul' or Prophet Muhammad's birthday celebration to gain political mileage with its coalition partner, the DAP.
Kelantan Umno Liaison chairman Datuk Seri Mustapa Mohamed said he regretted the opinion voiced by such a religious leader like Nik Aziz because the Maulidur Rasul celebration had long been observed in this country to the extent that it had become a culture among the Malay Muslims to celebrate it each year.
Mustapa, who is also the International Trade and Industry Minister, said Nik Aziz's opinion had clearly deviated and was belittling the celebration.
It also showed that PAS could easily compromise on Islamic religious issues with its partner, the DAP, in Penang which had earlier been reported to have cancelled the celebration in the state, he said.
Mustapa said this when commenting on the statement by Nik Aziz, who is also the Kelantan Menteri Besar, that the Maulidur Rasul had no special significance in comparison to the month of Ramadan.
However, after receiving strong criticisms, the Penang state government had issued a new circular allowing the procession to be held.

tunku : there's nothing surprising when such thing comes out from nik aziz's mouth.for him whatever dap says becomes the verdict.he just follows whatever dap and pkr says even though it's wrong.haram can be halal and halal can be haram.the caliph of dap,lim guan eng's decision must be obeyed by's sad that the older nik aziz gets,he is becoming more and more senile.he has just forgotten what is pas all about but one thing for sure this evil man can't forget is his hates for umno.

Saturday, February 13, 2010

Butt out Aussies

Malaysian lawmakers object to Aussie MPs’ call on Anwar

PETALING JAYA: More than 50 Australian lawmakers have sent a formal protest calling on Malaysia to drop the ongoing sodomy trial against Opposition leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim.
Member of governing Labor party Michael Danby handed the protest note to Malaysian High Commissioner Salman Ahmad in Canberra on Friday.
Danby was quoted in a foreign report as saying that the sodomy charges against Anwar should be dropped in the interest of building confidence in the impartial rule of law in Malaysia.
In an immediate response Foreign Minister Datuk Seri Anifah Aman expressed hope that those concerned would appreciate and respect the sovereignty of the Malaysian law.
The Malaysian law places priority on justice and rights of Malaysians regardless of their position and status, he said.
“The Foreign Ministry, will through the High Commission in Canberra, explain the facts pertaining to the trial of Anwar to all the MPs in Australia,’’ he said in a statement.
Independent MP Datuk Ibrahim Ali condemned the Australian lawmakers for interfering in the Malaysian judicial system.
“Every country has its own laws, and nobody is above the law. Every rakyat has a right to justice,’’ he said.
In Kota Kinabalu, the Barisan Nasional Backbenchers Club (BNBBC) called on the Australian lawmakers to butt out of Malaysia’s internal affairs.
BNBBC vice chairman Datuk Abdul Rahman Dahlan said a letter bearing the message would be submitted to the Australian High Commission in Kuala Lumpur after the Chinese New Year holidays.
He said the BNBBC was “extremely disappointed and concerned” over the demand made by the Australian lawmakers to drop the sodomy charges against Anwar.
“Their demand is tantamount to direct interference of a sovereign nation’s affairs. This is a dangerous precedent,’’ he said.
He said the Malaysian judiciary had the capacity to handle any trial “as it has been doing for the past 50 years or so.
“Our system works,” Rahman, adding that Anwar was represented by some of the country’s most prominent lawyers such as Karpal Singh.

tunku : look at your own backyards bloody labour party of aussie.the trial is an open trial and he is represented by 8 prominent do you like if we interfere in your country.see how they bloody jew michael danby enjoys dancing with man which happens to be the aussie pm.sodomy not a crime in your country but here it is not a culture here and against all religions.BUTT OUT.

p.s : wonder why anwar always have connection with the jews??

Shah Rukh Khan's Latest Movie Screened Under Tight Security

NEW DELHI, Feb 12 (Bernama) -- Mumbai, home of India's glamorous Bollywood, today began to screen its superstar Shah Rukh Khan's movie 'My Name is Khan', under a cloud of fear, stoked by right-wing activists.
The movie was slated for screening nationwide on Friday morning but many cinema owners, fearing violent backlash from the Shiv Sen, a Hindu nationalist group in India's western state of Maharashtra, refused to screen the film.
"The police have agreed to deploy personnel but the atmosphere is risky. We are simple people and would not be able to deal with violence if there is any," Pune Film Exhibitors Association president Sadanand Mohol told The Hindu newspaper.
The Shiv Sen has accused Khan of pandering to Pakistani cricket players and demanded an apology. The actor has refused.
In retaliation, the political party, led by its aging leader Bal Thackeray, has been targeting Khan's new movie -- tearing down posters, vandalising cinema halls and burning effigies of the actor.
This morning, several leading cineplexes backed out from screening the much-awaited movie, despite assurances from the state government and the police to beef up security.
But Khan's fans began queuing up for the afternoon shows as cinema owners decided to screen the movie.
About 11,000 policemen have been deployed in Mumbai, following threats from Shiv Sen leaders, and about 2,000 activists have been detained as a preventive measure.
The threats have spilled over to neighbouring states and multiplex owners are reluctant to screen the movie, for fear of riots and vandalism of their properties by activists.
The entire controversy erupted after Khan said that Pakistani players should be included in the upcoming Indian Premier League.
But there's nothing funny about the Sena's threats. "The Shiv Sena is one of the most extreme faces of Hindu nationalism," says Edna Fernandes, whose book holy warriors explores religious fundamentalism in India. "Its leader, Bal Thackeray, is like a godfather. His modus operandi is to whip his people up to a frenzy, and then it's up to them what they do. He can be charming in person, but at the other end of the line you've got people getting murdered in Muslim communities. It's not a joke.Going after celebrities, says Fernandes, is part of the Sena pattern. In the past, its targets have included artist MF Husain and cricketer Sachin Tendulkar. Husain's studio was ransacked, as was a television station that defended Tendulkar. Several of the station's staff were beaten up. In 2008, a Sena splinter organisation, the MNS, pilloried Jaya Bachchan, wife of veteran Bollywood A-lister Amitabh Bachchan, for speaking a few words in Hindi rather than a Marathi film premiere.
Indian celebrities, including the Bachchans, have often caved under such pressure. So far, Khan has not. He continues to put forward a moderate line, with a dignity you might not expect from a 44-year-old man whose career consists largely of dressing up in tight trousers and miming to someone else's vocals. Fellow megastar Aamir Khan, whose recent film 3 5diots smashed multiple box-office records, has stepped in to support him. The Sena termed both men the "2 Idiots", and its supporters burnt them in effigy. "A large section of India finds the Sena repugnant," says Fernandes. "India wants to see itself as a modern economic power. These communal conflicts are hugely damaging to that." If Khan surrenders today, the Sena will find another example of free speech and tolerance to besiege tomorrow. The message of My Name Is Khan is that extremism must be challenged. This weekend, we will see whether Bollywood's reality lives up to its talk.

tunku : just because the actor said that pakistani players should be included in their cricket league,the shiv sena group are making havocs in was not a religious issue at all.that shows how intolerance they are.Malaysian should be glad that here we are more tolerance,even with religious issue things are still under control.i think if the actor had touched religious issue, he must have been killed by now.i still can't forget how a 400 years old mosque was demolished by this radical group in india just to show that they are the superior.we should take this as a lesson in Malaysia.

Thursday, February 11, 2010

The dumb Selangor MB's joke.

Khalid: Foreign cash still flowing despite ‘joke’ trial

SHAH ALAM, Feb 10 — Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim today labelled the ongoing sodomy trial of Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim a joke and said the state economic advisor’s legal woes have not deterred prospective foreign investors.
“The trial is a joke and Selangor investors are undeterred,” said the Selangor mentri besar, who downplayed the impact of the ongoing trial on the flow of foreign investments into the state.
Anwar is currently on trial for allegedly sodomising former aide, Mohd Saiful Bukhari Azlan.
The opposition leader was appointed to the advisory post by Khalid on Nov 13, primarily to draw investments from the Middle East and to transform Selangor into an Islamic finance hub.
State government officials told The Malaysian Insider that in recent trips overseas, Anwar had met investors including those from the Middle East who have shown interest towards investing in Selangor.
Anwar also sits on the state economic advisory council for the state’s economic stimulus package, which includes cleaning and developing the Klang River; urban renewal projects; restructuring of Selangor’s water industry; enhancement of paddy yields; expanding the transportation system; and reviving abandoned housing projects.
Anwar was the finance minister and deputy prime minister until his dismissal in 1998.
He nevertheless maintains a directorship for a fund management company in the US as well as being an advisor to a major Islamic bank in Bahrain, besides being Selangor economic advisor.
Khalid said the ongoing trial had, in fact, generated more international interest for Anwar and his role as the state’s economic advisor.
“There’s a lot more interest now,” he said, without elaborating.

tunku : khalid is really a dumb.he's trying to say that even though anwar is a sodomizer,he still attracts foreign investors to invest in selangor.he admits that anwar is a sodomizer indirectly.if anwar is the x factor to attract foreign investors, why don't he helps other states that are ruled by pakatan like kedah,kelantan aand penang? selangor does not need anwar as the state is well developed by the previous government with all the facilities and has always been the first choice for foreign investors.i challenge anwar to bring investors to kedah,kelantan and penang.
coming to his court case,i guess there's a lot more interest now as people really want to know how he did it with saiful.the trial is not a joke but anwar and khalid are the jokers.

Wednesday, February 10, 2010

KJ Should Resign ASAP.

An exco member of Umno youth confirmed that some of the movement exco members did asked kj to resign from his post for the sake of the movement.those who are saying that it is just rumours can see at the link below for the truth.till today umno youth has failed to shine and be the frontier for the is just not moving.kj is a liability to umno not an asset.get rid of him.he's just like a virus.i am sure those paid cartoons like wenger j khairy,tepak bersulam and the rest will defend their boss as they get paid to do so.

Zubir Sahkan dakwaan Mykmu @

Tuesday, February 9, 2010

Dr Zambry is valid Perak MB

PUTRAJAYA: The Federal Court ruled on Tuesday that Datuk Seri Dr Zambry Abd Kadir is the rightful Perak Mentri Besar.
The decision was read out by Chief Judge of Malaya Tan Sri Arifin Zakaria, who sat with Court of Appeal President Tan Sri Alauddin Mohd Sheriff and FederalCourt judges Datuk Zulkefli Ahmad Makinudin, Datuk Wira Ghazali Mohd Yusoff and Datuk Abdull Hamid Embong.
It was the final step in the appeal by former Pakatan Rakyat Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Mohammad Nizar Jamaluddin to reclaim the state’s post post.
The conflict over who is the rightful Mentri Besar arose last year after three Pakatan assemblymen quit their parties to become independent state assemblymen, leaving Pakatan and Barisan with 28 assemblymen each in the 59-seat Perak legislative assembly
Dr Zambry's lawyers came out of the court room waving happily to the crowd. Dr Zambry was not present in the court.
Supporters of both sides erupted into shouting slogans with Dr Zambry supporters chanting 'Hidup BN' while Nizar's supporters shouted 'tipu, Zambry penakut, MB haram.'
Earlier, supporters of both Dr Zambry and Nizar had gathered outside the court as early as 7am with some of them shouting ‘bubar dun’ and ‘hidup rakyat’.
FRU personnel had a tough time managing the crowd. In the end, Dr Zambry’s supporters were kept to the left while Nizar’s supporters moved to the right of the area leading to the court room.

tunku : the court had decided , let Dr Zambry govern Perak peacefully so that all the development agendas can be carried out without hindrance. the pakatan should wait till next election,why can't they wait?after all they are so confident that they will win election in Perak.a gangster of oldtown coffee named ngeh had threatened bn that there will be more 'disturbance' in perak if they lost the court case.grow up ngeh.

Monday, February 8, 2010

Lim Claims BN Demolished 100 Per Cent More Stalls

PENANG, Feb 7 (Bernama) -- Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng claims that more stalls belonging to the Malays were demolished by the previous Barisan Nasional (BN) administration compared to the present administration under the opposition coalition.
"I wish to clarify that the number of Malay stalls demolished under the BN administration from 2006 to 2007 was 100 per cent more compared to the number demolished by the opposition coalition from 2008 to 2010," he told reporters, here Sunday.
Lim, who is also DAP general secretary, said what was being done to the government under his leadership now was the result of slanders being spread by the state Umno.
He said the state government was now making efforts to convey correct information to the people in the state so that they were not deceived by the wrong information that was being spread.
Lim is now facing strong criticisms from several Members of Parliament from Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) in the state, where the PKR is a member party of the opposition coalition, on the issue of demolition of stalls belonging to Malay traders in Penang, besides being described as a chauvinist, communist-minded and treating the state PKR like a 'dog'.

tunku : claims and facts makes great difference.again lim guan eng in denial syndrome and blamed Umno but he forgets the attacks are coming from fellow pakatan leaders.wake up guan eng but it is good for BN to let him sway away in his sleep.

Growing Discontent With Guan Eng's Administration - Abdullah

KEPALA BATAS, Feb 7 (Bernama) -- A protest against Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng showed a growing discontent over his administration, said former prime minister Tun Abdullah Ahmad Badawi.
Abdullah, who is also Member of Parliament (MP) for Kepala Batas, said as Lim was also taken to task by Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) leaders, his (Lim's) weaknesses could no longer be concealed.
"I believe the conflict will escalate and this will weaken the state government," he told reporters after presenting angpow and gifts in conjunction with the Chinese New Year festival here today.
Lim has been called a 'dictator' and 'communist-minded' by MP for Bayan Baru Datuk Seri Zahrain Mohamed Hashim and "a leader without class who practised vengeful politics" by MP for Nibong Tebal Tan Tee Beng.
Some 3,000 people from 50 non-government organisations (NGOs), known as "Gabungan Sedaq" staged a protest in Penang on Friday with the aim of seeking justice for Malay traders, who were allegedly discriminated by the state government.
In another development, Abdullah urged PAS president Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang to state his stand over Kelantan Menteri Besar Datuk Nik Abdul Aziz Nik Mat's call for Pas and Umno to discuss issues on Islam.
"Umno is always ready to talk on the issue and if Pas leaders agreed to it. It is fitting for the matter to be pursued. The meeting should be seen positively," he added.

tunku : lim guan eng should listen to pak lah'as he has all the experiences.he has the same denial syndrome and 'syok sendiri" attitude like guan eng.may be pak lah should meet guan eng and tell him his history so that guan eng will not do the same mistake.

Sunday, February 7, 2010

PAS Has To Make Up Mind Before Talking To Umno - Najib

KUALA LUMPUR, Feb 6 (Bernama) -- PAS has to make up its mind first before offering to hold talks with Umno on any issue, Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak said.
Najib who is also Umno president said this was necessary as experience showed that PAS had been inconsistent in its stand.
"I don't know what to say as his (PAS spiritual leader Datuk Nik Abdul Aziz Nik Mat) stand changes like the weather. Sometimes he agrees, sometimes he disagrees and sometimes it is closed. So, I don't know his real stand.
"I am waiting for a firm stand from PAS. It is difficult to talk if he continues to be inconsistent," he said at Kampung Paya community hall after a visit to Kampung Baru here Saturday.
Those present include Minister in the Prime Minister's Department Datuk Seri Mohamed Nazri Abdul Aziz and Federal Territories and Urban Wellbeing Minister Datuk Raja Nong Chik Raja Zainal Abidin.
Najib was commenting a statement by the PAS leader two days ago that Umno and PAS should stop talking politics but should instead discuss issues on Islam.
He said the inconsistent stand of the Kelantan Menteri Besar made Umno undecided over the offer.
Umno had agreed to discuss with PAS on Islam after PAS president Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang mooted the idea last year but it was quickly shot down by Nik Abdul Aziz.
Najib denied Nik Abdul Aziz's claim that Umno had spent 50 years attacking PAS and added it was Umno that developed Islam in the country.
"We never attacked the Islamic movement. What they said is not true. Umno was responsible for developing Islam in the country.
"We dont' agree with the PAS way of doing thing. I like to stress that PAS is a political party but this does not equate it to Islam," he said.
In KOTA BAHARU, Nik Abdul Aziz said his offer to Umno was to discuss the Islam issue by PAS adding it was not new as it had been proposed decades ago.
"We like to focus on two things, why Umno can't accept Islam as a party policy and what is wrong with the Islam promoted by PAS," he said here today.
Nik Abdul Aziz said the offer should not be misinterpreted by Umno and PAS leaders and that he had sent a letter to Najib three months ago and was still waiting for a reply.

tunku : never trust nik aziz.he can change like a chameleon anytime depending on situation.he had learned that from anwar.the best for Umno is to just ignore the senile crook old man.pas is irrelevant.they can't decide among themselves regarding Islamic issue,what more to discuss it with is just a waste of time.

Saturday, February 6, 2010

Lack Of Supporters, Procession To Support Anwar Aborted

KUALA LUMPUR, Feb 5 (Bernama) -- Efforts to gather supporters of Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim after the Friday prayer at the Wilayah Mosque, Jalan Duta, here to walk in a procession to the Jalan Duta Courts Complex, nearby ended in failure as only about 50 supporters had turned up.
The gathering, headed by Tian Chua, was supposed to walk in a procession from the Wilayah Mosque to the Kuala Lumpur Court but it had to be called off as the case had been postponed to Monday, while at the same time, there was a lack of supporters.
Tian Chua, who is also the Member of Parliament for Batu, later gave a speech to Anwar's supporters outside the mosque compound at about 2.30 pm.
Also present was the Member of Parliament for Sungai Petani, Datuk Johari Abdul.
Tian Chua said the Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) would hold a ceramah every night at the PKR Headquarters in Damansara, besides staging a road tour throughout the country to inform its supporters on the sodomy charge faced by Anwar.
Earlier, three trucks carrying Federal Reserve Unit (FRU) personnel and two trucks fitted with water cannons were seen entering the compound of the Jalan Duta Court Complex at 10.15 am following talks that a demonstration would be held.
Anwar, 63, is charged with sodomising his personal assistant, Mohd Saiful Bukhari Azlan, 25, at Unit 11-5-1 Kondominium Desa Damansara, Jalan Setiakasih, Bukit Damansara, between 3.01 pm and 4.30 pm on June 26, 2008.
He is being charged under Section 377B of the Penal Code and could be jailed up to 20 years upon conviction.

tunku : first of all why need to do procession when the court case is going on? anwar has said many times that he's innocent,why pkr is so scared that they have to use dirty tactics.why the road shows,ceramah etc.the court will decide with given facts.leave it to the court. tian chua and pkr should realized that people now knows anwar well. that's why there is no supports even when the party called their supporters to show up and join the procession.not even 50 people turned up.

Friday, February 5, 2010

Mindef needs a minister with brain.

Armed Forces Personnel Leaking Secrets To Foreigners, Says Zahid

KUALA LUMPUR, Feb 4 (Bernama) -- Defence Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi revealed on Thursday that certain foreign embassies here were using members of the Malaysian Armed Forces (MAF) to obtain secret information on the country.
He said he would personally inform Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak about the discovery as leaking national secrets was a serious crime and stern action would be taken against those responsible.
"I will make an announcement soonest possible after meeting with the prime minister over the matter," he told reporters after the ministry's monthly assembly, here, today.
Ahmad Zahid said based on investigation by the MAF's Intelligence Corps, the ministry believed that the irresponsible individuals were paid by the foreign embassies involved.
He said the ministry was also placing vital information classified under the Official Secrets Act 1972 under tighter control, to prevent anymore secret leaks, especially following the theft of two F-5E engines belonging to the Royal Malaysian Air Force.
He said the leaking of national secrets to foreign elements should not happen at all as it could threaten the credibility of public servants as well as harmony in the country.
"Since the theft of the jet engines and cases of leaking of secrets involving low-ranking personnel recently, we have been monitoring to ensure that every public servant handling classified information abide by the Act.
"We don't want any member of the armed forces, regardless of their rank, to be involved in selling national secrets...let's not be deceived into giving away the nation's secrets because of our own personal interest," he said.

tunku : by right zahid should inform the pm first before telling the media about the matter above as it is a very serious matter which involved national security. the ministry of defence should investigate thoroughly and get the culprits before telling the media.the culprits are prepared now because the silly minister tells the media about it.i wonder why najib kept him in the ministry of defence.he should be sacked asap.

15 Umno Godfathers Will Be At Kedah Juara Rakyat Programme-KJ ??

ALOR SETAR, Feb 4 (Bernama) -- For the next three days, Kedah will be experiencing a carnival-like atmosphere as various events have been lined-up in conjunction with the launch of the state-level Juara Rakyat programme by Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin on Saturday.
Fifteen Kedah Umno "godfathers" - comprising three vice-presidents and members of the party's Supreme Council - will also flock to the state to participate in the various events.
The programme will start with the launch of Umno Youth's electoral roll by Umno vice-president Datuk Seri Shafie Apdal, who is also Kedah Umno Liaison Committee chairman, at Pekan Simpang Empat, Kerpan at 5pm on Friday.
Umno Youth chief Khairy Jamaluddin, on the other hand, is scheduled to attend a "leader-meets-the people" programme at Sekolah Menengah Hutan Kampung the same evening.
According to the programme itinerary issued by Kedah Umno Thursday, Muhyiddin, who is also Deputy Umno President, will launch the Juara Rakyat programme at Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan Sanglang at about 11am.
In the evening, Muhyiddin, who is also Education Minister, is scheduled to meet up with teachers in Kubang Pasu and the local community in Kota Siputeh.

tunku : who will be the godfathers? if zahid hamidi,nazri aziz,kj and mahadzir khalid are among them,better to cancel the programme.these people will make kedah remain under pas and the juara rakyat programme will be a failure.

Thursday, February 4, 2010

No problem if one, two members decide to leave -- Mansor

PENANG: Penang PKR will not be affected if one or two party members decide to leave the party, said its liaison chairman Mansor Othman.
Mansor, who is also Chief Minister I, said: "We will not cry just because two members are leaving the party," he told reporters here today.
He was commenting on news reports that some PKR members were in the midst of leaving the party, especially in Penang, due the coalition's leadership crisis.
On the call by Nibong Tebal MP Tan Tee Beng for PKR to push for DAP secretary-general Lim Guan Eng to be replaced as Penang Chief Minister, Mansor said it was not the party''s stand to replace the Penang leader.
"The current rift in the party is due to one or two members who had only joined the party in recent years," he said.
Earlier today, Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng's chief of staff Jeff Ooi admitted that there were differences in opinions during the state administration's decision-making meetings.
"We were free to talk and although we had conflicting views, there were no hard feelings after each decision was made," he said.
Ooi also said it was untrue that some state executive councillors including Phee Boon Poh and Law Heng Kiang were also having problems with Lim as claimed by former DAP long-time member Tham Weng Fatt.
"We are very focused on running an administration based on competency, accountability and transparency (CAT) in Penang and so far, we have been progressing well and there''s not much problem between us," he said.
A Malay daily today reported Tham's claim of a rift between Lim and some state exco members

Tan believes Anwar aware but not acting on PKR complaints

KUALA LUMPUR: Nibong Tebal Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) Member of Parliament Tan Tee Beng said today he believed PKR advisor Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim is aware of the political situation in Penang but was not acting on it.
"I think he's not acting on it... maybe he thinks compromising (with DAP) is the best way," Tan told a press conference here today.
Tan had been asked by reporters as to whether Anwar was aware of the apprehensions some PKR leaders in Penang had about Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng, who is from the DAP.
Penang is governed by the Pakatan coalition which is made up of the DAP, PKR and PAS.
Earlier, Tan had claimed Lim was an arrogant leader and should be booted out of office come the next election.
He also repeated his stand that he would not retract or stop making statements about the "arrogance" of Lim despite receiving an SMS from PKR deputy president Dr Syed Hussein Ali to do so. -- BERNAMA

tunku : that is so arrogant of or two members can pull others too and when many leaves then for sure you will right mansor call them up and sort things out but no,he think that they are untouchable we guess what zahrain and tan tee beng said is the dcm follows the footstep of the cm,both of them of no class,actually three of people start to realize what character they voted come next election throw them out.they are up there to destroy not build the nation.

Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Sodomy - indecent proposal


Datuk Nasir Safar Will Tender Resignation

KUALA LUMPUR, Feb 2 (Bernama) -- Special Officer to the Prime Minister, Datuk Nasir Safar will tender his resignation from the post following racist remarks he allegedly made at a 1Malaysia seminar in Melaka Tuesday.
The Prime Minister's office in a statement issued here Tuesday night said the remarks allegedly made by Nasir "does not in any way reflect the views of the Prime Minister."
"Datuk Nasir never intended to make any derogatory remarks. He spoke at length on the contributions made by all races in developing the country.
"Nevertheless, Nasir apologises for any offence caused.
"In light of this, Datuk Nasir will tender his resignation," the three-paragraph statement said.
Meanwhile MIC president Datuk Seri Samy Vellu, in condeming the remarks by Nasir, said that it did not reflect the Government's stand and that it had hurt the feelings of the Malaysian Indians.
"His views are entirely the opposite of the goodwill shown by the Government and the Prime Minister (Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak) under the 1Malaysia concept," he said in a statement issued here Tuesday.
He said Nasir should be punished under the Sedition Act for his derogatory remarks.
Meanwhile, MIC Youth secretary Shivarraaj Tuesday night lodged a police report in connection with the statement made by Nasir at Sentul Police station.
Human Resources Minister Datuk Dr S. Subramaniam said the immediate action taken by Najib in response to the derogatory remarks by Nasir indicated the prime minister's seriousness and commitment in ensuring the success of the 1Malaysia policy.
"This should act as deterrent to ensure that similar statements are not repeated by any quarters. The government of today is very receptive to the sensitivities of all communities," said the MIC Vice President.

updated 4/2/2010 Nasir apologises to all Malaysians

tunku: what made nasir said those things? is he mad? it's uncalled remarks by's good decision to resign or he must be sacked.this type of person will make the goverment have more problems and create tense.hope this will be a lesson to all.

Tuesday, February 2, 2010

Lim Guan Eng : A CM with no class.

Another PKR rep 'exposes' Penang MB

GEORGE TOWN: Lim Guan Eng’s position as Penang chief minister is becoming increasingly untenable with another Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) member of parliament, and respected grassroots leader from Penang, openly hitting out at the state’s leader.
Nibong Tebal MP Tan Tee Beng, the latest PKR-elected representative to join the fray against Lim, questioned the latter’s ability to lead the state, stressing that he fully supported Bayan Baru MP Datuk Seri Zahrain Mohamed Hashim’s allegations against the chief minister.
Tan claimed that all nine PKR state assemblymen in Penang also shared similar views about the DAP secretary-general.
He also spilled the beans on how Lim’s dictatorial ways and vengeful politics were not only causing problems in PKR but had also split the Chinese community
in Penang.
"He politicises everything. I openly said that he is a CM with no class.
"Whatever he cannot do, he blames it on the previous state government.
"Enough of bluffing, he wants to portray himself as a Chinese hero, but one day people will see his true colours," Tan said, adding that the state government had failed to deliver any of its 2008 general election promises.
Tan is one of four PKR MPs in Penang. The others are Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim (Permatang Pauh), Zahrain (Bayan Baru) and Mohd Yusmadi Mohd Yusoff (Balik Pulau).
PKR has nine state seats, DAP 19, Pas one and Barisan Nasional 11.
Tan said he wanted to come clean and expose "the real Lim Guan Eng" so the people in Penang would not continue to be fooled by the "outsider from Malacca".
He said other PKR and DAP assemblymen were afraid to expose Lim, although they shared his and Zahrain's views.
"The people around the chief minister are all yes-men. All the PKR assemblymen are feeding me information about Lim and how he is running the state."
Tan said Lim had so far not even dared to answer any of Zahrain's damning allegations but instead chose to hide behind Deputy Chief Minister I Mansor Othman.
He added that PKR should question whether Lim actually shared the aspirations of others in Pakatan.
"The way Lim is doing things, I think he is only bothered to hold on to Penang.
"I don't believe he shares the same goals as we do," he said, citing how Lim and three other DAP state executive councillors who are also MPs: Deputy Chief Minister II Dr P. Ramasamy (Batu Kawan), Chow Kon Yeow (Tanjung) and Ooi Chuan Aun (Jelutong), had missed the last session of Parliament last year when the 2010 Budget was put to vote.
He said their absence had caused Pakatan to miss a golden opportunity to outnumber Barisan Nasional by just three votes.
"It shows they are not interested (in taking Putrajaya. They just want to hold on to Penang."
Tan also blasted Lim for the manner PKR MPs in Penang were being treated compared with how PKR-led Selangor was being run.
He said in Selangor, all MPs were given RM150,000 by the state government for their constituencies.
However, he said in Penang, none of the PKR MPs received "a single penny" from the state government compared with DAP MPs who were treated differently.
"In Penang, we (from the PKR) are being treated like the opposition. Sadly, we are facing this kind of dictator in the state government.
"He is not helping us at all, and most of the time we don't even know about the programmes or projects that are being planned in our constituency," he said.
Citing the International Dragon Boat championship held at the Teluk Bahang Dam, Tan said the PKR MP for the area, Yusmadi, was not even invited to attend.
Similar disclosures were also made by Zahrain, who revealed that he knew nothing of the Penang International Convention Centre project that had been planned by Lim in Bayan Baru.
Tan said he, too, was not spared as he was not appointed the state water supply board director even though he was nominated by the PKR leadership.
Asked whether he realised that speaking up against Lim could lead to action being taken against him, Tan said the party leadership was free to do as it pleased.
"They can call me a traitor, a BN agent, a CIA agent or anything else. I don't care. I want the people to know who they have voted in to lead Penang."
Tan said people may question why he was coming out to hit out at Lim instead of going through the proper channels.
However, he said the party had failed to do anything about many things, including taking action against several leaders who had tarnished PKR's image.
"When we speak up and tell the truth, they label us as troublemakers," he said.
On whether he was planning to quit PKR to become an independent MP, Tan said he had no such plans yet.

tunku: wow....that's juicy news especially when it came from TAN TEE BENG. people had been fooled by the father and son from dap.when zahrain said about guan eng,lots of people did'nt bother much but when it comes out from the mouth of tee beng,then it is something.tee beng said it right,lim guan eng has failed as a cm.he has done nothing in penang but blaming everything on the previous government.he has no vision for is not too late penangites, change while you can in the next GE.

Monday, February 1, 2010

Develop or lose it, Plaza Rakyat contractor warned

KUALA LUMPUR: The Government will issue a warning to the contractor of Plaza Rakyat, a project that has been abandoned for 12 years, to start work soon or lose the job.
Federal Territories and Urban Well-being Minister Datuk Raja Nong Chik Raja Zainal Abidin said: "In a week or two, we will be issuing a warning to the contractor to continue the project.
"If we don't see any development in two months, then the tender awarded to the contractor will be terminated and a new one will be called," he said after giving Chinese New Year goodies to senior citizens and the disabled in Lembah Pantai parliamentary constituency here on Sunday.
Global Upline Sdn Bhd had been awarded the Plaza Rakyat contract, a mixed development project comprising three buildings for office space, condominium and a budget hotel.
Plaza Rakyat, which in Dec 1992 cost RM1.2 billion, is a joint-venture project between Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) and Plaza Rakyat Sdn Bhd (PRSB).
Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak had visited the abandoned project twice since taking over as Prime Minister in April 2009.
On compensation to tenants at Plaza Rakyat, Raja Nong Chik said the Government was not involved as it was the responsibility of the project developer.
The minister also said the planned flyover at Bangsar Baru and Bangsar Park would not be built if residents in the area were against the project. - BERNAMA

tunku : i think there are enough warnings already,now it's high time to change the developer.the cost of construction is very is best for DBKL to look a consortium to build it instead one single company.Dec 1992 the cost was RM1.2bil, what will the cost be now in 2010?they should reduce the project value.