Saturday, February 21, 2009

BN, Champion of all Hypocrites!

Quoted from William: "This is truly hypocrisy of the highest order. When the Sultan of Terengganu decided to appoint an MB of his choice, this very man said it was unconstitutional. And if this is not enough, Umno members went on a demonstration and called the sultan names."

Quoted from Helen: "The MACC is so quick to act on reports against the current democratically-elected Pakatan Rakyat MB of Selangor but chooses to ignore the years and millions if not billions of abuses under the previous administration of Khir Toyo."

"Malaysia is a country run by corrupt officials who do not even pretend to be democratic anymore. It will very soon be on par with the likes of Indonesia or worse, Zimbabwe. There is no hope left."

"They then run off to live in their fancy bunbgalows in Australia and other ‘Western’ places."

31 comments:

  1. BN definitely cannot afford to lose...whatever it takes!

    WHATEVER IT TAKES! to bring down the opposition...using all their 'agents' eg. MACC, Police, ISA, NRD, $$$$$ bribery and baits.

    Perak, done, Kedah Next, Selangor (cut the head)..next agenda next meeting...attention all secret C4 members.

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  2. With all the fiasco going on in the country today,one doesn't need to be a genius to know that UMNO/BN are Champions of Hypocrisy.

    The establishment of MACC or better describe as"Malaysian Agency Of Crooks And Cronies"is an establishment and instrument of UMNO/BN.Same old shit different packaging.

    Najis Rojak@C4 is a desperate loose cannon,with no conscience and integrity.This is a game where winner takes all and with no remorse.Quite honestly,I won't even trust him to babysit my dog.

    As I've mention in my earlier comment,come March Bodowi will step down[or will he?]and the entire Cabinet will follow suite.Najis Rojak@C4 is"expected"to take over.The question that remains to be answered is,will the current Ministers be retain or will UMNO and BN members decide to leave and opt as Independents?

    Come what may,the country and it's people have decided for change.DSAI,if the numbers are with you,it's now or never.If you don't have the numbers,we'll probably keep fighting,but in reality we're DOOMED.

    Cheers...

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  3. BN has 35% basic supporters,PR also has 35% basic supporters. If BN,Champion of all Hypocrites,the other 30% will come out and support PR in the coming general election. they understand all the Hypocrites.

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  4. BN=UMNO IS THE KING OF HYPOCRITES.

    BUT I AM APPALED AT HOW THE SULTAN CAN BE MADE USE OF BY THE BN=UMNO REGIME FOR BN=UMNO SURVIVAL...ESPECIALLY THAT OF NAJIS AND BODOWI. WHEN UMNO IS SUPER STRONG....THEY LITERALLY TOLD THE SULTANS TO GO FLY KITES. NOW UMNO AT THEIR WEAKEAT...WANT TO FLY KITES WITH THE SULTANS. NOW IS THE TIME FOR THE SULTANS TO COME OUT OPENLY AND RED CARD UMNO FOR THEIR HYPROCRISY.

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  5. MACC ACTED ON REPORT OF '46 COWS AND LEXUS'. IF MACC IS TRULY INDEPENDANT...ALL BN MPs AND STATE ASSEMBLY PERSONS WILL BE CHARGED AND PROSECUTED. MACC, JUDICIARY, POLICE, AND NOW EVEN THE SULTAN IS BN LAP DOG.

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  6. FU*K OF BN. DONT USE THE SULTAN TO FIGHT YOUR BATTLE. BN=UMNO IS ALREADY PERCEIVED AS CORRUPTED AND USELESS BY THE MAJORITY OF MALAYSIANS. BECAUSE OF BN=UMNO SELFISH ACTION....THE SULTAN NAME IS NOW DRAGED DOWN THE DRAIN. GAMUDA'S PROJECT IN SABAH NOW BECOME THE TALK OF THE COUNTRY WHEN PREVIOUSLY VERY FEW KNOWS ABOUT IT OR DONT CARE A DAMN ABOUT IT. KALAU UMNO JANTAN....BUBARKANLAH ADUN PERAK AND LAWAN DI MEDAN PILIHANRAYA PERAK YANG BARU. JANGAN SEMBUNYI BI BELAKANG PUNGGONG RAJA...

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  7. F****ng Sultan Of Perak Through Gamuda sucking our money (SABAH), this is the works of UMNO and supported & collaborated by Vampires of Local politicians. Peoples of Sabah likes JOMOSAMA and the UMNO are happily accepting it. Bagi RM50. sudah cukup untuk beli undi. UMUMNYA ORANG SABAH MEMANG BODOH, TERMASUKLAH SAYA WALAUPUN SELAMA INI TAK PERNAH UNDI BN. SAYA BODOH KERANA TIDAK AMBIL KESEMPATAN AMBIL DUIT MACAM PEMIMPIN SAPP,PBS,PBRS,UPKO. Orang yang paling cerdik di Sabah tiada lain dan pastinya MUSANG AMANG. HIDUP! MUSANG !HIDUP! PAIRIN! HIDUP! KURAP! HIDUP! BANTATON DOMPOK! MATI!!!!!!!URANG SABAH!!!!

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  8. Betul kata Tontoloyo..... Kita orang Sabah ini memang bodoh, kita telah dijual oleh pemimpin kita yang pentingkan diri sendiri, mahu kaut kekayaan atas pejuangan orang Sabah. Kita sudah puas kena tipu dan masanya sudah tiba untuk kita undi keluar mereka yang penghianat negeri Sabah.

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  9. some shots from MsiakiniFebruary 26, 2009 at 1:35 PM

    'MCA under Ong another Gestapo'
    Feb 26, 09 9:37am

    'To all right-thinking MCA members, it is time for you to pack up your bags and move on. You should not have yourself be associates of such people.'

    On Cops probe Soi Lek for alleged oral sex

    HH Lim: Poor Chua, he is facing endless problems. The irony thing is that his own party leader together with his gang are all out to finish poor Chua.

    This bunch of heartless creatures are these days the so-called the MCA ‘champions'.

    To all right-thinking MCA members, it is time for you to pack up your bags and move on. You should not have yourself be associates of such people.

    Look at the so-called MCA No 1. He is no better then the Gestapo and he is arming himself for only himself.

    MCA members, think hard and be brave.

    Arumugan: The whole of MCA is now like a rotten egg that does not only smells terrible but also is rotten at the core.

    If the authority were to investigate politicians, particularly those from the ruling coalition, they will find that they can be charged for terrible crimes including corruption, lack of accountability and responsibility, self-benefitting manipulation as well as others.

    That will be tantamount to sacking every BN politician and putting them behind bars. But here is the case of a man, Chua Soi Lek who is gentleman enough to declare his act.

    Should his be considered an unforgivable crime when he was and is able to contribute to society significantly.

    I think Ong Tee Kiat is becoming greedy for more power. He should stop that and make peace with Soi Lek. After all, the latter is also a capable leader in his own right.

    Society Manner: This shows what politicians in Malaysia would do to gain support or remain in power.

    The politicians seem to have forgotten that the rakyat are not interested in smears. Too bad it is now a common practice for them to tell the rakyat how bad the other guy is.

    Teoh Boon Pee: That the authorities have started a probe on a senior Barisan Nasional leader shows that the government is fair.

    I think we should give the authorities a chance to work. If a sodomy case has been established and charges were preferred against a top Pakatan Rakyat leader, it is only fair that an investigation commence against a BN leader for oral sex.

    How then can we say that there are double standards in implementing the law? There is only one law which should be applied fairly to both Pakatan Rakyat as well as BN leaders.

    I find it perplexing that some leaders make so much of a hue and cry when they are investigated, whether for holding illegal demonstrations or for illegal use of funds to service a car or to purchase sacrificial animals.

    Let's be fair. If an offence has been committed, the person must face the music, regardless of which side of the political divide he stands.

    Dr Chua Soi Lek, the man at the centre of a sex DVD scandal had last year, admitted to being caught on tape having sex with a friend. If news accounts were anything to go by, he had committed oral sex too.

    That being the case, an offence under Section 377(b) of the Penal Code had been committed.

    By the very same principle which saw PR leaders being hauled to court, I think Chua should also be charged if the prosecution can establish a convincing case. And if there were video clips to prove thir case, I don't see a problem.

    In fact, I am just curious what took the authorities so long to act on this case. Swift action is necessary to avoid accusations of selective prosecution.


    On Pakatan faces acid test in Batang Ai

    Sam: What is the bet that the Election Commission will rather conveniently choose April 7 for the by-election in Batang Ai?

    I am sure that the Barisan Nasional government and Najib in particular, are very worried about the outcome of all the upcoming by-elections and they will do everything they can to dilute the efforts of the opposition.

    In particular, they will attempt to disrupt the movements and time available to the most prominent and charismatic (of which there are many) opposition politicians.

    So by pressuring the Election Commission to hold the Batang Ai by-election on April 7 they will make it more difficult and expensive for the opposition to campaign in the widely-separated constituencies.

    Of course, it will be more expensive for BN as well but since when were they ever short of a billion ringgit or two?


    On Kulim: A few questions for CID chief

    Ayob K: As a victim of an armed robbery, I am all for what happened to those criminals. It does not matter if they are Indian, Chinese, Malay or any other race. The simple fact is that they are brutal thugs who chose the life they lead.

    Would the same people now crying foul over these guys, react the same way, for example, if it was a Indonesian snatch thief who in the process of grabbing an old woman's purse dragged the lady 20 feet on the road breaking her bones and tearing her up?

    These guys are criminals, plain and simple. Like any rapist, murderer, thief they deserve what they get.

    The politicians that are trying to make a political buck out of this and the Indian leaders should address real issues like how to eliminate poverty or give better opportunities to the poor. They shouldn't be trying to make excuses for these men.

    Indian rights groups should be highlighting issues like racial discrimination in job selection, promotions within jobs, etc and not try to con the public into thinking thugs are innocent youths randomly targetted for extermination.

    Justice for criminals? Whatever happened to justice for their victims?


    On Saudi apartments deal riddled with discrepancies

    Noor Hamzah: Poor Khalid, he is puzzled and has no clue what is happening. It probably work like this:

    ‘Someone' with contacts and friendship with the Saudi developer, probably the BinLaden Group (forgive me if I am wrong) got offered apartments in Mecca.

    But he/she doesn't have money, well not enough anyway, so he passed on the offer to PNSB. After deliberation, the board of directors approves for 5 units, costing RM2 mil each.

    But this fellow is very high up in the PNSB, so he ordered the finance director to write a cheque for RM25 millions, enough for 12 apartments.

    So he used this money to buy 12 apartments, and given that the property market was hot at the time, the price of the apartments increased. So after paying for 12 units, soon as he got the title, he sold it again, ie the seven units and made a profit.

    It was not unusual that the price of properties in the Middle East increase 5% or even 20% of the original offered price within a short period. Look at the Dubai property market at that time.

    So this person made a profit on PNSB's money. That's why in a short time he managed to pay back PNSB RM17million.

    It would be especially useful if that the apartment is in your name so you can buy and sell as you wish. Didn't the board of directors ask to buy back the apartments that were resold?

    Yes, and what did he say? Kalau dah jual tu, tak elok minta beli balik.


    On Nude photos: Sultan hits ball back into MB's court

    Micheal: Like the majority of the rakyat, His Royal Highness the Sultan of Selangor voiced his concern over the intrusion of someone's privacy to destroy one's dignity and reputation.

    As the sultan has correctly said, this case is still under the police investigation. The rakyat, therefore, must be patient and should not come to their conclusions. We ought to wait for the outcome of the investigation.

    If Eli is indeed found to be guilty of consenting to the making and the distribution of the nude photos, she must then resign immediately.

    On the other hand, if the police concludes that she is the victim of the irresponsible act of her former boyfriend, we the rakyat see no valid reason for her resignation.

    She should then remain as exco member for Selangor and continue to serve the rakyat. Therefore, the police are crucial in determining the future of Eli Wong's political struggle.


    On Khir Toyo: It's an old issue, I returned the watch

    Kaisim: A good and seasoned leader can withstand the test of time in Malaysia even in difficult situations. But for Khir, he could hardly last two terms in the state.

    The people know what you and your men have been doing all these years. They do not live under coconut shells.

    Generally, corruptions in any form is bad. But they is a difference between taking a expensive souvenir as kickback and doing something good for the people.

    The former MB should know that people who live in glass houses should not throw stones but he threw and the stones deflected and landed on him. too. Below are a few cases that I need to mention

    The famous Zakaria mini-palace in Klang. The Sagong Tasi land case. The untrue racial and religious outburst against Theresa Kok. The illegal assembly against Karpal in Penang.

    It is unbecoming of a leader to run down other people in order to move forward. We need good and sincere leaders for the country, not opportunists.

    The MACC should have taken action against this former MB of Selangor long ago but they chose to keep quiet.


    On Perak - people's maturity grossly underestimated

    Chua Thean Poe: Everyday I read with disgust and disillusionment how the mainstream media carries news of such petty and trivial subjects.

    Of how the police, the MACC, the judiciary will break their backs over trivial issues and argue over petty and insignificant points. This while the country is suffering a real recession, never mind what this blinkered (or shall I say wily) government is saying.

    Imagine a PM who can tell the newly appointed MB Zambry to ignore the Perak state assembly speaker and go attend the assembly. Or the noisy, vocal uproar by Umno Youth about how the Perak royalty is being insulted, etc, and the list goes on.

    Are the people of Malaysia aware that this Umno-led government are in jobs and positions of power all being paid for by our tax ringgit?

    Do you remember how your own boss in the private sector spies on you to supervise and make sure that every minute of your time during office hours is accounted for productive work?

    How can you, the people, let this Umno-led BN get away with whittling away our hard-earned money in direct and indirect taxes? We're paying them to abuse and cheat us.

    Enough is enough. Let's vote them out at every by and snap election, culminating in the final ‘great flood' of the 13th general election. If you people keep voting them in, then I tell you that you deserve what you get.

    Bosco Philip Anthony: Sultan Azlan Shah, this is what you said in the case of Loh Kooi Choon v Government of Malaysia (1977) 2 MLJ187, at 188 as per Raja Azlan Shah FJ:

    ‘... the constitution is not a mere collection of pious platitudes...the third is that no single man or body shall exercise complete sovereign power, but that it shall be distributed among the executive, legislative and judicial branches of government, compendiously expressed in modern terms that we are a government of laws, not of men'.

    As such Your Royal Highness does not have the power to remove a sitting menteri besar. Please right the wrong and please stay above politics.

    Lawrence Anderson Burley: This is indeed a testing time for the institution of the monarchy in Malaysia. A successful royal family is one that adapts to the role expected of it by the people while retaining their respect.

    It is delicate balancing act, requiring the monarch to hold to a long-term view of what is best for the people and for the institution, while re-interpreting in the light of changing events.

    The British family is past master at this; several of the ‘bicycling monarchies' of Northern Europe also.

    Spain's royal family was an endangered species but redeemed itself by taking a major risk and coming out forcefully for democracy when it was under threat of military coup.

    Integrity is indeed key. Also key is that justice must be seen to be done. I'm told that daulat in Malay is a much stronger concept than its usual English translation of majesty, as in ‘the King's majesty'.

    Daulat is the sanctity that invests the sacred office of a king but is stronger and separate from the king. The king must live up to his daulat.


    On Will Malaysia someday turn republic?

    Peter: The ruling party , especially Umno never seems to seize every opportunity to portray the opposition as anti-monarchy or anti-Malay.

    How irresponsible they are. The opposition must be made aware that every word they utter is being exploited to the hilt by those budding Umno politicians especially at this point in time when Umno will soon be holding its election for office-bearers.

    Gobind Singh did not question the position of the rulers at all. He only asked whether we could elect a prime minister the same way the US elects its president. How did Nazri relate this question to replacing the monarchy?

    We can always do it the same way as that in US but with a little modification. The candidates for the premiership must have the approval of the Agong before they can stand for election.

    In this way, the winning candidate still enjoys the confidence of the rulers. Thus the position of the monarchy will not be compromised


    On Other Christian denominations not using 'Allah'

    Sabah Catholic: Christians in Malaysia do not (and I repeat do not) target Muslims in their evangelising. But if you come over to Sabah, you may be convinced that many Muslims have been converted to Christianity.

    These Muslims are from Indonesia where it is not against the law to convert to Christianity. You can imagine the difficulty during puasa in catching Muslims who break the fast in public.

    Catholics always believe in one God. If the writer wants to know about the Holy Trinity, please approach Catholics to explain it (but then, these Catholics will run the risk of trying to evangelise the writer and may be arrested). Hence, his ignorance.

    It has long been explained that the word 'Allah' has existed before the beginning of Islam.

    Early Christians did not object to Muslims using the term 'Allah' as Christians all believe that there is only one God and no single religion has any patent rights to the name for God.

    In East Malaysia, before the formation of Malaysia, the local Christians have been using the word 'Allah'. Just ask Bernard Dompok.

    Catholic countries like Ireland, France, Italy, the US and Latin America obviously do not use the term 'Allah'. They use the English, French, Italian, Spanish or Portugese versions

    And the Pope is never consulted on such trivial matter; only on matters of doctrine.

    By the way, other Christian denominations do use the term 'Allah'. There is a suit in Sabah filed by a Christian denomination (not Catholic) over the confiscation of their children's books which contained the term 'Allah'.

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  10. 66 NGOs press for fresh elections in Perak
    Andrew Ong | Feb 25, 09 4:29pm
    Fresh polls in Perak is the only proper and democratic solution to the current political impasse which has crippled the state, said 66 civil society groups in a joint statement today.

    The groups argued that the current method used to oust the Pakatan Rakyat state government, did not adopt democratic practices such as moving a no-confidence vote against Menteri Besar Mohd Nizar Jamaluddin in the state assembly.

    The joint statement further states that arbitrary withholding of royal consent for the dissolution of the state assembly, without proper justification, was also damaging to the country’s separation of powers between the monarchy and the state.

    “To oust a government, a vote of no-confidence must be carried out on the floor of Parliament or State Legislative Assembly where debates and deliberation may take place.

    “Whether or not permissible by the letter of law, audience with the ruler or statutory declarations cannot be the substitute for a formal no-confidence vote,” read the joint statement.

    As a no-confidence vote has not been passed in the state assembly, the 66 groups hold that Mohd Nizar is still the legitimate menteri besar of Perak.

    Affirm parliamentary democracy


    The groups added that the appointment of the second state government was ultra-vires (beyond legal powers) and the use of the police and other state apparatus to protect the new government damages both parliamentary democracy and the constitutional monarchy in Perak.

    “We call upon all Malaysians to express support to the above position to affirm parliamentary democracy and the constitutional monarchy.

    “We must work together so that good sense may prevail in the palace, amongst the political elites and the general public.

    “Returning to democratic and constitutional principles is the only way out to ensure political stability and political will to stay focused and deal with the imminent economic recession,” concluded the joint statement.

    Among the 66 signatories are All Women’s Action Society (Awam), Pertubuhan Jamaah Islah Malaysia (JIM), Suara Rakyat Malaysia (Suaram), Kuala Lumpur-Selangor Chinese Assembly Hall civil rights committee and Selangor Malaysian Indians Association (Mindas).

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  11. I do not know if HRH Sultan of Selangor has studied law before. He obviously makes a far more prudent decision in his recent command to let MB of Selangor handle Eli's case than HRH Sultan of Perak's refusal to allow the dissolution of the State Assembly as requested by MB Mohd Nizar. Look at the stigma and dilemma that the people of Perak face now.

    I fully agree with the 66 NGOs appeal for fresh elections in Perak

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  12. The only way out and let democracy to work...Perak must call for fresh elections.

    Perak sultan should know how to differentiate what is righteous or corrupt...just look at Umno...you see it all!

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  13. Government spending good money on silly projects

    FEB 27 — Economic stimulus is all the rage it seems, both in the United States and back home in Malaysia. While I am sceptical of stimulus in general, our government’s spending plans are increasingly ridiculous and insensible day by day. Instead of leaving the era of white elephant megaprojects behind, we seem to be pursuing less obscenely grandiose but equally impractical infrastructure projects.

    The basic idea in the minds of stimulus and economic pump-priming proponents is that it is cheaper to borrow money in a recession. People and firms are not confident in the economy, and so they are reluctant to lend money out to any random person. Fortunately, the government can soak up these surplus funds and invest them in something useful for a low cost.

    That is the theory anyway; the reality is that the government rarely seems to do much useful investing with our money. Yes, granted, they have brought a lot of “development” to our shores. The North-South Expressway, our various ports, our schools, our universities, so on and so forth — all good stuff. But for almost every good project, you can name an equal number which are just downright bad ideas.

    To take one egregious example, the federal government is presently proposing to spend RM9 billion on the “Pahang-Selangor Raw Water Transfer Project”. The crux of the project is that it wants to build a gigantic pipeline to funnel water from Pahang to Selangor. Why? Because the federal government believes that by next year we will be facing severe water shortages in Selangor unless this pipeline is built.

    The problem is that it has made similar projections before and been severely wide of the mark. Its original projections indicated a shortage would arise by 2005; no such shortage came about. The government is assuming we’ll be consuming 600 litres of water per person per day in Selangor, when the typical Singaporean consumes a bit over 300 litres per day, and the typical urban denizen in a developed country even less! At the moment the consumption in Selangor is 300 litres per person per day, but for no good reason whatsoever, the federal government insists we will somehow run short of water unless we build this RM9 billion white elephant.

    And we can go on to name all sorts of similar projects. What about that harebrained idea of transporting electricity across the South China Sea from the Bakun Dam in Sarawak? Or the white elephant of a Customs outpost for the unused crooked bridge development? These are all projects that have been in the works for years and years — yes, even that ridiculous scheme to build a useless giant water pipe from Pahang to Selangor.

    Now, if the government takes its own bloody sweet time and still comes up with these inane wastes of money, can we really expect anything better from the stimulus package? The government is going to be rushing itself like crazy to get the package out the door as soon as possible, and that means there will be hardly any checks on the projects that go into this package. Honestly, I would be shocked and happy if the ridiculous projects in the stimulus package we finally see are only equally pointless as the others I just listed.

    Really, the biggest problem with our economy as far as government spending goes isn’t that the government does not spend enough. The problem is the government spends money on very silly and very pointless projects which don’t yield any real benefits for us. There are a lot of good things the government could be spending its money on.

    Here’s an idea for a stimulus: raise the salaries of teachers and provide more and better training for them. Honestly, even if the government can’t really train teachers properly, RM9 billion would be much better off being spent on paying teachers better wages or training them better, as opposed to being spent on a stupid pipeline or building even more schools. Or another actual good idea: upgrading and expanding public transport in all major urban areas. We can argue about whether these are the best ways to spend our taxes, but there is no question that education and public transport deserve priority over harebrained schemes like building a dam to produce electricity which will just be lost in transit across the South China Sea.

    As sympathetic as I am to some of the ideas behind economic stimulus, I honestly believe the government’s stimulus package is going to be a bad thing for our economy. Most of the spending will be just as redundant and as pointless as the government’s past track record on infrastructure-building and other such spending projects, if not much worse. The government has been unable to get its priorities right for years and years, and there is no sign at all that this will change.

    If Pakatan Rakyat is smart, it will capitalise on its plans and manifestos to point the right way. Both the DAP and PKR especially have well-developed plans which will provide for the poorest income groups while removing severe restrictions on private enterprise. Pakatan’s plans, though far from perfect, are very much in line with basic economic principles, and could prove a deadly weapon against Barisan Nasional’s ridiculously poor track record of throwing money at whatever constituencies have by-elections, and building white elephant after white elephant. The upcoming stimulus package could very well be Barisan’s undoing, if Pakatan plays its cards right. (written by John Lee)

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  14. Also A Champion In Business And Economy!

    "Never forget Sabahan contribute as tax payers indirectly too!"

    Quoted from
    news

    "Mohd Zin said as a result of the toll hike cancellation, the Government would have to fork out an additional RM287mil to pay the concessionaires - PLUS (RM195mil), Sprint (RM36mil), Akleh (RM27mil), Besraya (RM9mil) and NPE (RM20mil) - for the period Jan 1 to Dec 31 this year."

    大道不起价了,但羊毛出在羊身上!
    赔上大笔RM 287 millions 亏损债务,经营无方,谁之过?
    被纳税的全民又要承担,傻傻的。。。。。!


    Are you happy now? Who get rich out of it?
    Orang lain kaya,lain juga yang kalah!

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  15. SAPP is a bunch of "Chiwahwah"..barking but not biting... GE13. SAPP will be allocated ZERO seat by PR..Where do you gooo? Soon Bui OUT, ERIK also OUT. Melanie will be replaced by PKR, Liew USELESS and helpless. I demand SAPP to answer..NOW. and be realistik.

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  16. To realistik, what are you mumbling about?

    Your pea brain should be checked...don't what you are asking????

    smart people don't understand stupid ones.

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  17. TO REALISTIC. I THINK YOU ARE THE 'CHIWAHWAH' ONLY BARKING WITHOUT BRAINS. I THINK YOU ARE PAID BY BN=UMNO TO TALK COCK HERE.

    HIDUP SAPP BARU BOLEH RAKYAT SABAH HIDUP DENGAN AMAN.

    HIDUP SAPP. HIDUP ANWAR. HIDUP PAKATAN RAKYAT

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  18. Too realistic.....now cari makan susah my close friend pon letak jawatan lalala!

    Mana kamu bulih lawan ito $$$$?

    FohSang sudah ubah lah!

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  19. ALL CYBER TROOPERS AND AGENTS OF BN COMPONENT MOSQUITO PARTIES WHO READ THIS BLOG OR ALL OTHER BLOGS.....PLEASE FEEDBACK TO YOUR BOSS THIS MESSAGE. BN IS PLUNGING IN POPULARITY. PEOPLES HATRED TOWARDS BN IS ABOVE 60% OF ALL VOTERS. UMNO IS NO LONGER STRONG TO DICTATE TERMS. THE CRISIS IN PERAK ALONE SHOWS THAT BN IS REJECTED BY THE MAJORITY OF MALAYSIANS. BN NOT WANTING TO HOLD A STATEWIDE PERAK SNAP ELECTION SHOWS THEIR WEAKEST MOMENT. BY DRAGGING THE SULTAN INTO THE CRISIS SHOWS BN WEAKEST MOMENT. ALL LEADERS OF BN MOSQUITO PARTIES, NOW IS THE TIME TO ABANDON BN SINKING SHIP IN DROVE. MAKE IT AN ULTIMATE BATTLE BETWEEN.... UMNO VS THE REST OF MALAYSIA

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  20. When the RACIST umnok made a U-TURN to ban the Catholic Herald to use of the word "allah", WHY Bernard Dompok and Datuk Pairin KEEP QUIET? Are you guys Catholic?

    I also can conclude that allah is just a god for muslim BUT JESUS CHRIST IS GOD FOR ALL THE MAN KIND irregardless of your race and religion. AMEN!

    Sabahan should pray to LORD JESUS to cast all the evil umno out from Sabah ASAP!

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  21. REALISTIC said...
    SAPP is a bunch of "Chiwahwah"..barking but not biting... GE13. SAPP will be allocated ZERO seat by PR..Where do you gooo? Soon Bui OUT, ERIK also OUT. Melanie will be replaced by PKR, Liew USELESS and helpless. I demand SAPP to answer..NOW. and be realistik.
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    Wow! You sound like a guy escaped from Bukit Padang to fire SAPP without any reason huh! Do you feel better now?

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  22. "Another champion of all Hypocrites"
    History has just been made in Perak with the Perak State Assembly convened and held under a rain-tree
    People's Right!

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  23. It's funny as has not been jotted down in our "time capsule" for our next generation to read.
    "Sabah to face this before and now on policy making"

    One day if you come home and are blocked to go into the house. And one said:"I am daddy of this house!"
    How can such a thing have happened without a legitimate "divorce" accepted
    by most in the family?
    Then with your children all have to gather outside an open space under a tree, how would you feel such sudden change?

    Similarly, if...suppose if we have to assenble in 'Pulau Gaya' and watch over Kota Kinabalu it could be ridiculously an abuse!

    Can opinion be voiced about this in the legal aspect by those who are expert in law? Law above anyone and there is a procedure, right!

    Simple, ask them to fly kites!

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  24. Do you know how many operations have to postpone ? because we don't have a general hospital. Where are the politic players ?
    Hypocrites!!

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  25. 308 "月亮代表我的心",
    303 还政于民在"蓉树下",而用警队对付州选议员,太可耻!
    吹嘘什么?知法不护法才是滚蛋一个!
    人民未感到惊慌。

    Tell peopleTo Remember In History

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  26. 美兰姐妹唱:"你。。。你不要走!""负心的人"
    老郭兄唱:"往事只能回味"
    树杰仔:"来。。来。。来。。来。。来!""爱拼才会赢!"
    老大:"再回头我也不要你!"

    大家合唱:"why?why?You tell me why!"

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  27. Lagi satu champion disini.....mencampuri antara Akta Negara Executve,Legislative dan Judiciary.
    Mereka fikir rakyat Malaysia bodohlah!
    Baca berita disini....

    Siapa hypocrites dibelakangnyo!
    Mereka terlalu senang dan tiada kerja lain.

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  28. TUANKU兄改篇的榕树下

    路边一棵大树下
    是我开会的地方
    晴朗的天空
    凉爽的风
    还有抓人的镇暴队
    和你绕过小路弯弯
    政府大厦看热闹
    水炮射上你的脸
    宪法绵绵说不完
    啊~~你可想起大树下
    可曾想起许月凤

    路边一棵大树下
    是我见你的地方
    甜美的笑容
    亲切的话
    还有默默的情意长
    你曾陪我流涟春光
    轻轻细诉心中怨
    霹雳变天已过去
    就是名利不能忘
    啊~~你可想起大树下
    可曾想起许月凤

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  29. A State of Emergency
    Posted by admin
    Thursday, 05 March 2009 10:44


    How does a democratic government legally hold on to endless power after it has lost the confidence of the majority of its people? How does these leaders authorize and command the compliance of the armed services and civil enforcement agencies when they are no longer mandated to act as the Government? Simple! Just declare a nationwide State of Emergency before they get voted out.

    Under the Federal Constitution, Article 150 states that only the Yang di-Pertuan Agong has the absolute right to proclaim and withdraw a State of Emergency. Neither the Legislature nor the Judiciary possesses this unqualified privilege. When such consent is granted under the Emergency (Essential Powers) Act 1964, all fundamental liberties will be suspended and Article 149 comes into play whereby arbitrary powers of arrest are afforded the Federal Government, by Law, to impose preventive detention without requiring due process of Law on any individual or group for whatever reasons it can come up with. Littering may merit preventive detention if the Federal Government can construe it as “threatening the safety of the state” or “detrimental to public order”. This is because no judicial reviews for any of the prerogative orders of mandamus, prohibition and certiorari can be administered here as this Emergency empowers the Minister of Home Affairs to be the judge, jury and executioner, also granting him and his delegated officers full and unreserved indemnity against possible prosecution.

    Since the Proclamation of Emergency issued by the Yang di-Pertuan Agong on the 15th of May 1969 under Article 150 of the Federal Constitution has never been officially withdrawn, and both the Dewan Negara and Dewan Rakyat have never retracted their consent, the Essential Powers effectively remain in force in Malaysia. Furthermore, since Malaysia is still legitimately under Emergency rule, the Federal Government does not require additional consent from the Yang di-Pertuan Agong to re-invoke a nationwide State of Emergency.

    Additionally, the Parliament will be permanently suspended until the Federal Government sees fit to temporarily lift this State of Emergency or when the Yang di-Pertuan Agong revokes it. When this happens, all State Legislatures are likewise defunct. The military and the police force will assume control all of the States, under strict direction from the Federal Government. Similarly, the Elections Commission will be permanently suspended and henceforth no elections can be held during this period of time.

    As there are no automatic expiration dates after an Emergency has been declared, and unless the Yang di-Pertuan Agong declares the Emergency effectively over, the Federal Government is thus capable of clinging to this power indefinitely. It can also summarily and legally execute all its detractors during this period of time without having to answer for it, ever. No, it does not instill confidence but these repressive laws have been with us since before our Independence Day in 1957 – a leftover from British rule that was never rescinded but instead revised by the current government to bestow upon themselves a far more complete control over its denizens.

    With the political impasse in Perak almost reaching a crescendo, one of the many options the Federal Government can invoke is the declaration of a national State of Emergency, effectively bringing to a premature end, once and for all, the PR efforts to retake control of the Perak State Government.

    What a BUMMER!

    Hakim Joe


    No GE 12 as I told you!

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  30. Get your money out of Malaysia! International companies as well because you are a malaysian registered company and fall under Malaysian law. So better be save than sorry!

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