Why Distribute Christian Flyers in A Malay Housing Area?

Article 11 Federal Constitution of Malaysia: 

11.(4) State law and in respect of the Federal Territories of Kuala Lumpur, Labuan and Putrajaya, federal law may control or restrict the propagation of any religious doctrine or belief among persons professing the religion of Islam.


The statement above is an excerpt text from the Federal Constitution of Malaysia. The bold wordings shows that no propagation of any religious doctrine or belief among a person professing the religion of Islam.  As a Malaysian we all know for a fact that according to Article 3 of the Malaysian Constitution Islam is the religion of the federation but other religion can be practiced.

            You can spin it any way you want but the fact of the matter is, the law of this country does not allow any religion to be propagate against Muslims.  How hard is it to understand this matter? Seriously? Recently in, Taman Berjaya Indah Kajang Selangor after Wan Azizah Wan Ismail won the state seat, it was reported that Christian missionary was distributing flyers in a Malay/Muslim populated area.

            You don’t have to be a lawyer to understand the provision in Article 11 (4) of the Federal Constitution. It doesn’t even have legal jargons for anyone to be confused. And up till today we are baffled on why Christian missionaries are trying their best to ignore the provisions laid down by Article 11 (4) of the Federal Constitution. Why on earth do they want to destroy the harmony and peace that we have enjoyed for decades?

            We may believe in a higher power which is different from others, is it too hard for each and every one of us to respect each other. Furthermore, if the authority took action against these types of shenanigans, they will accuse the government of behaving like a tyrant. Just like when the authorities raid the Bible Society of Malaysia building. They keep on disregarding the fact that the government reaction is based on their action which clearly against the supreme law of the land i.e. the Malaysian Federal Constitution.

            Malaysia is a melting pot of culture, religion and race. Keep it real. If it’s clearly against the rule of law in the country, then why do it? The laws are made like that for a reason. Just go with the flow. Abide the law and be happy, is it that hard for everyone to understand?

The usage of Inmarsat and the application of satellite monitoring in the search of MH370:

The Inmarsat is the leading organization on satellite monitoring which was established in 1979 by the International Maritime Organization (IMO). Its main focus is to enable ships to stay in constant touch with any available ports and shores in order for them to get help if anything would happen to the vessel. The Inmarsat will connect ships and vessels no matter how far it went out to sea.

The Inmarsat has more than 60 location world-wide and provide around the clock support facilities for their patrons. Although it is a commercial based system, the Inmarsat are also involved in many search & rescue operations. They will provide and analyse data to be given to relevant authorities in such operation. After 35 years Inmarsat has emerged as the leading provider of Aerospace and Maritime information.

After 9th of March 2014, Inmarsat has been a household name in Malaysia. Before this, Inmarsat is known only to those who are involved in the maritime business, but now from the hawker stalls in Jakarta to the Malaysian Parliament in Kuala Lumpur, everyone are talking about Inmarsat and their contribution towards the search & rescue mission of flight MH370.

Some might think that satellite imagery that Inmarsat and militaries from the 26 nation is easily interpreted. This is the result of watching too much Hollywood movies. The raw data from satellites does not come with a clear full coloured image. Raw data are represented by a plotted image that must be processed by using complicated coding. Satellite imagery is not like when you take picture with your digital camera. It is more complicated than that.

A lot of criticism had come from the foreign and local media saying that the Malaysian government has not released the full information on the data collected by the search and rescue operators. Some has even criticized the blurry image of the satellite image saying that the government intentionally distorted the image so that the public cannot see the real condition on what is happening in the Indian oceans. Well, the truth is, this is the best that we can get out of the satellite photos. The Malaysian government has even released raw data to ensure that the public is up to date with the current scenario.

Malaysia has done its best to provide the facilities that is needed to find out what had happened to flight MH370. However, there are parties who think that that the government doesn’t doing enough just because they don’t understand the concept and method used by the search and rescue operator. On a lighter note, Malaysia was praised by all of the commanding officers of the 26 nations that were directly involved with the search operation. US Navy Commander William Marks stated that the Malaysian government has done an exceptional job in coordinating the water-space and airspace management in finding the plane.

Even though criticised harshly by the media, the government of Malaysia turn a deaf ear on the comments and focus all their efforts on investigating what had happened to the plane. This is a true meaning of responsibility. The Malaysian government should be praised for their everlasting conviction and determination in the search for flight MH370.

COMANGO: The ideological battle of western thoughts and eastern values.

“At the heart of human rights is the belief that everybody should be treated fairly and with dignity – no matter what their circumstances.

This means that nobody should be tortured or treated in and inhuman or degrading way.

It also means that nobody has the right to ‘own’ another person or to force them to work under threat of punishment.”

When we talk about human rights, many of us will always refer to the western views mainly on the subject of freedom. Freedom of speech, freedom of religion and freedom of expression is the three most common topics associated with human rights. In the current socio-political climate of the world, human right is debated not only on the international level, but also are being discussed casually amongst friends and colleague. It is a topic most discussed by people of all levels. The question is do we understand the real meaning of “human rights” and can they be practice by all regardless of the country, race and religion of that particular person?

Many of us failed to understand that most ideas on human rights and human rights activism come from the west. The west meaning, the ideological stands of post-World War II allied countries on the rights and liberties of a human being.

The Universal Declaration of Human Rights is the pinnacle of the human rights activism. It is regarded as guidance by most human rights activist. However, the problem with UNDHR is that they are only focusing on the intention and view of westerners.

And the views and thoughts of the westerners are adopted by COMANGO and many other eastern organizations without taking into consideration of eastern values. Specifically in the context of religion and eastern norms as organizations like COMANGO cannot force western ides in eastern values and culture.

COMANGO fails to understand the concept of eastern way of life and culture tries very hard to enforce western thinking by disregarding the majority thoughts on religion and cultural aspect in Malaysia. Their action of referring the Malaysian government to the United Nation is considered as unhealthy and must be stopped immediately as it is against the aspiration of the nation.

The inadequacy of the UNDHR to be a guideline for eastern countries such as Malaysia is the main reason why our government refuse to rectify the declaration and accept its ideas for the people of this country. As a melting pot of culture, religion and ideologies the government needs to tread lightly to ensure that the harmony and peace are well preserved amongst its people. The action of COMANGO is an insult not only to the country but also to their intelligent.

COMANGO and those who supports their movement clearly don’t understand that our eastern culture clearly cannot adopt the declaration as it was made only for the benefit of the westerners. Eastern cultures cannot accept the declaration as we ourselves have our own rules and beliefs that we follow. COMANGO and its supporters has clearly misinterpreted the UNDHR, they are the sad victims of the western concept of “Universalism”. Universalism is a concept derived by the westerners to colonize the hearts and mind of easterners hence the same as the concept of globalization and the new world order.

It is clear that COMANGO consist of what the Chinese call a BANANA. “Banana” is a Singaporean slang which refers to a Chinese who had abandoned their tradition and think more of themselves as westerners rather than an Asian. Like a real Banana they are yellow (banana skin) on the outside, but white (Western thinking and culture) on the inside.


Early voting has begun in the Kajang state seat by-election involving policemen and their families who would be working on  polling day this Sunday and thus would not be able to cast their votes.

While the 1,197 of the total 39,278 casted their votes today, candidates on both sides of the political divide are still desperate to outwit each other – one to retain the seat with higher majority while the other to win or at the very least reduce th majority of the opponent.

With three more days to polling which is fixed for Sunday, Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) candidate Wan Azizah Ismail is under tremendous pressure as she walk the thin line between being considered ‘tool of her husband’ and a potential assembly woman who could serve the electorate.

Being the party president who had let go her Permatang Pauh parliament seat in Penang seat for her husband to return to mainstream politics, Wan Azizah is working day and night to ensure not just victory but higher majority in trying to ‘save her husband’s dignity’ as the by-election was forced by her husband for him to helm Selangor.

With the theme ‘From kajang To Putrajaya’, Wan Azizah is left with no choice but to ‘force upon electorates’ that it is the only way for her husband who is the party de facto chief Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim to unseat Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak.

Some of the urban electorate who had voted for the party during the last general election are questrioning the ‘wsidom of Anwar’ forcing the by-election which Anwar named it as the Kajang Move.

This is the setback Wan Azizah is facing as urban electorates who are well acquainted with political maneuverings are not comfortable with Anwar pulling such strategy just to unseat incumbent Mentri Besar Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim.

Besides considering that as Anwar’s personal interest rather than them as electorate, Wan Azizah is also being handicapped with internal problems where the party deputy president Azmin Ali is busy strategising how to defend himself from the challenge by Khalid for his position.

In fact, Azmin has been busy sending his supporters all over the country campaigning for him to retain his deputy president post leaving the by-election to other party eladers and members.

The party poll will be held on April 26 and the results to be known on first week of May.

Meanwhile, Barisan Nasional (BN) Datin Paduka Chew Mei Fun hit the campaign trail alongside other BN leaders on official events while Wanita Umno and Pemuda movement go door-to-door campaign daily even when the observers predict Wan Azizah would emerge victorious.



Kajang state seat by-election is a battle of sympathy versus ideology.

A battle of two women – one a president of a party – Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) – set up on the basis of purported victimisation and the other a former vice-president of a Chinese-based party MCA under the ruling Barisan Nasional (BN) coalition that believes in power sharing that benefit all Malaysians.

PKR’s Datin Seri Wan Azizah Ismail is standing in for her husband Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim who was found guilty on a sodomy charge and convicted and sentenced to five years in prison.

Datuk Paduka Chiew Mei Fun is fielded when the Kajang state seat was vacated, planned by Anwar to enable him to become Selangor Mentri Besar, which was on the pretext of solving the feud between current Mentri Besar Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim and party deputy president Azmin Ali.

The voters, educated urban dwellers numbering 38,965, comprising 48 percent Malays, 41 percent Chinese and 10 percent Indians will make their decision on polling day fixed for March 23.

Chiew arrived at Kajang Sports Complex around 8.50am while Wan Azizah arrived five minutes later, both accompanied by leaders of their respective parties and their component parties.

Wan Azizah, accompanied by Anwar and Khalid as well as other leaders from the party filed her nomination papers around 9 am together with Chew, who was accompanied by Deputy Prime Minister tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin and other senior BN leaders including Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi.

At stake is PKR’s pride as the seat was held by the party the last two terms while for BN, it is a yardstick to gauge its support from Chinese voters who had practically ‘abandoned’ the rulign coalition in last year’s general election.

However, the by-election is in reality for the MCA to gauge its influence that has taken a big dive when racial issues were played up by its nemesis DAP sin

Wan Azizah is said to be the saving grace for Anwar as her candidacy has changed the minds of the voters where talks had it earlier that Anwar would not get the numbers he expected as voters had doubted his sincerity in wanting to help Selangorians but his personal ambition.

Wan Azizah is going in banking on sympathy as her main theme – a loyal wife subsevient to her husband allegedly victimised by the ruling part – which many observers said would sell ‘like hot cakes’ given her past sacrifices for Anwar.

Chiew’s development theme may be buried by sentiments of sympathy and MCA cannot make the by-election as the yardstick to gauge its support smong ther Chinese community.



‘Tumpang lalu” or kindly allow me to pass through is Umno Youth’s campaign theme, which at present seems to be the best way in the attempt to win the hearts and minds of the 39,965 voters in Kajang state seat constituency.

Antoginistic approach, like the previous by-elections by both sides of the political divide had the Barisan Nasional (BN) on the defensive given the opposition’s expertise in picking and highlighting issues.

The Kajang state seat by-election is no ordinary election where ideologies are marketed to voters and presentation of track records are highlighted for their perusals are not much in use.

Called the Kajang Move by opposition chief Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim because he chases after the Mentri Besar post to catapult him to Putrajaya, the forced by-election is no more than just to elect him to be eligible to be come Mentri Besar, nothing more.

Given the background, Umno Youth seems to be on the right track in the campaign trail as going head-on will not do any good, after all, Anwar’s supporters will not change their minds and those on the fence will not go for an aggressive BN.

The campaign trail which officially begin Tuesday saw an aggressive Anwar and opposition leaders meeting voters, talking about the Kajang Move but camouflaged under the ‘lack of care’ for the constituency such as traffic jams and so on – the daily hazards of life.

Locking horns on such issues will only benefit the opposition as their speakers and leaders possess the oratorial skills and can present their cases better.

Thus, Umno Youth’s campaign line is considered as most appropriate as ‘please, allow me to pass through’ is a nice way of saying give me a minute to fill your mind instead of confronting the oppositions in an open verbal confrontation without any ending.

Thursday saw the movement head Khairy Jamaluddin doing Isya’ prayer at Taman Kota Cheras, , meet and dinner  as well as santai or relax and chat with youths.

Wanita Umno is also embarking on the ‘kasih sayang’ campaign – besides the house-to-house – which the movement is well known for, visiting women voters in their homes, talking in their own lingo.

Thursday had Wanita chief datuk Seri Sharizat Jalil visiting patients at Taman Sekamat, then at Batu 12 and visit handicapped people at Taman Korporasi Cuepecs.

While for Anwar, he has practically gone to 90 percent of the constituency and since he was barred from contesting, he now introduces Wan Azizah to the voters, re-visiting the places he had covered thus far.

Wan Azizah is a soft woman and a soft-speaking type who, unlike her husband, her voice will be drowned if put on stage in a rally.


It is ‘war’ in Kajang, politically that is, as Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) and Barisan Nasional (BN) slug it out to win the hearts and minds of the 39,000-odd voters, who are forced to go to poll because of one man’s plan called the Kajang Move.

Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim, de facto chief of PKR planned the move to helm Selangor on the basis to end the feud between current Menteri Besar Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim and the party deputy chief Azmin Ali and to stop claims of Selangor Umno onslaught.

Unfortunately, he was ‘out of action’ when found guilty of sodomy and sentenced to five years jail, and he got his wife Datin Seri Wan Azizah Ismail who is also PKR president to ‘stand in’ for him.

And since Anwar is still free as he is out on bail and waiting for appeal, he told the nightly ceramahs that the Kajang move is till on.

What is the Kajang Move which is still on where Wan Azizah is now being burdened with?

From what Anwar mentioned in his ceramah is the move would enable him to make Selangor as the platform to jump to Putrajaya, through the state’s progress in economy and development.

He wanted Malaysians at large to look at Selangor as a model state an then choose him as Prime Minister in the next general election.

So that is Kajang Move where the electorate have to be sacrificed to enable him to contest the state seat, then get Khalid to step down and he takes over.

So the Kajang Move is actually a plan for him to be Menteri Besar and then Prime Minister, without any consideration on people’s interests or benefits.

Wan Azizah is now a ‘tool’ for Anwar to achieve his aim as she is seen and in fact is clean politically and loyal to her husband’s wishes and needs.

Never mind about being made used of, after all she has a responsibility towards the party she leads as well as her husband.

She wants the party to retain Kajang and if possible with higher majority, at a time when her husband’s name is no longer the ‘talk of town’ as his name no longer gets ‘the adrenaline of men nor women’ going at his speed.

Except for his followers, Anwar’s news is now taken as a ‘mention in passing’ thing as Kajang electorate no longer ‘wait in anticipation’ or anxious’ as they have made up their minds.

However, with Wan Azizah in the lead role, the mindset change as talks have it that she is a victim of circumstances, a nice woman who is loyal to her husband and have no choice.

Blogger have her named as ‘Pelakon Air Mata’ (The Teary Eyes Actress) as her campaign line is expected to be more on wooing sympathy than political ideology and other issues against the ruling BN.

All the above aside, it is the electorate who will decide whether to sympathies with Wan Azizah and vote her to allow her husband achieve his personal aim or vote BN Datuk Paduka Chiew Mei Fun who is truly a ‘worker’ who wants to serve the people sincerely.

13 May: DAP is trapped in their own web.

We would like to enlighten our readers on the content of the open letter made by Lim Kit Siang. The letter was meant for Datuk Seri Najib and his cabinet ministers have been posted by Lim’s admin in his blog today. According to Lim Kit Siang the particular letter is the second of which has been made in less than two week.
The letter was titled “Are the leadership of BN ready to cooperate with Pakatan Rakyat to ensure that the 13th May incident will not be repeated in Malaysia?”
As a matter of fact, this is one of the many articles in Lim Kit Siang’s blog which carries the notion of the unforgettable 13th May tragedy.
Even though there are a lot of articles regarding the 13th May incident in Kit Siang’s blog are lengthy and has long titles, each and every single one of those articles can be concluded in one particular article which is titled “People Who Talks of 13th Mei Must Be Silenced” written by Khee Thuan Chye.
It seems that Kit Siang wants the government to silence the Malays from reminding the future generations that there are possibilities that the racial riots can happen again.
The title of the article itself is sufficient proof that Kit Siang is adversely affected by the 13 May slogans that the Malays made during the demonstration against a PKR state assemblymen for insulting the Prime Minister recently.
Starting from that particular incident, Kit Siang can be seen actively speaking about patriotism and peace. Kit Siang tries very hard to show that the DAP or the Chinese, as patriotic while the Malays who are trying to remind Malaysians about the 13th May incident as traitors.
Kit Siang stated that the act of “feeding water spinach” inside the mouth of the PM’s figurine was not racist and shall not be threatened with slogans and cries for another 13th May. Thus, through the open letter, Kit Siang asks the BN government to cooperate with him so that the 13th May incident would not happen again.
A wise man would have learned from his past mistakes. And this proves that Kit Siang is not a clever or wise person.
Kit Siang should’ve learned from history that he was the one who incite the Malays. The Malays at that time were patient and generous enough to share everything with other races as long as they can maintain peace and harmony in the country. However, they went overboard with their racial provocation.
Unfortunately, even though he is old and had gone through many historical incident, Kit Siang did not manage to learn from any of it.
Kit Siang should have understood that the 13th May slogans made by the Malays in the demonstration does not originate from the kangkung issue at all, but it is created by the acts of Namawee, Alvivi, Father Lawrence Andrew, Lawyer Edmond Bon, COMANGO, Nga Kor Ming and hundreds or thousands of the “Red Bean Army” who provokes the Muslim population by insulting Islam, Malay leaders and the Malay Royals.  
The 13th May slogan was made as retaliation and a warning for the act of abolishing the Jawi word from signboards, acquisition of land and Malay businesses, the closing of Giat MARA, pressuring UiTM to be open to all the races and also to the act of inciting the abolishment of Bumiputra’s right.
The fact is, the Najib administration is one of the most lenient government compared to all the former Prime Minister to fight for the right of the Malays. As it is known by the public, today even high ranking officials in the government consist of many non-Malays. Ironically, the Malays was not given any chance by the non-Malays to hold top position in the private sectors.
Meanwhile, the Chinese who currently enjoys the right for vernacular schools and the rights to have Chinese language newspapers were never stopped. More than that, the Chinese also has their own radio and TV channel which uses Mandarin and Cantonese as their main language. All of these special treatments given to the minority Chinese has never been stopped even though it’s clearly disrupt the unity amongst the people of this country and also against the aspiration of Malaysia.
Even with all the special treatment given by the government, UMNO leaders are being mocked and provoked by the DAP as a racist party.
Kit Siang has to understand that the DAP is the one who are trying to re-live the 13th May incident.
In the 13th May incident, the DAP provoked, teased and insulted the Malays as they were much inferior, economically compared to the Chinese. DAP insulted the Malays and viewed the Malays with disgust and contempt.
The same thing is happening today when the Chinese is openly proud of their achievement as the highest tax payer and ridiculed the Malays. As if the Chinese was the one who developed the Malaysian economy while the Malays were useless.
This proves that, the Chinese are more racist than the Malays.
Logically, the Chinese will not be able to control the economy if the Malay people are racist. The Malays were the ones who supported Chinese business, and that is why the Chinese can enjoy their wealth today.
Only recently, there are campaigns to boycott Chinese businesses as it also came from the arrogance of the Chinese as it is shown in the 13 May incident.
According to the above facts, Kit Siang should have made his statement regarding the 13th May incident in front of the mirror to himself. He was the one who provoked the Malays and he should’ve known what is coming next.
In conclusion, the “kangkung” water spinach is not the problem. Lim Kit Siang is the problem.  

However, we cannot deny the possibility that Kit Siang knows that the second 13th May incident is near. It is possible that he knows what is going to happen and he is the one who tries to repeat history.
If this is true, what will we do? What can we do?


The ‘war’ between Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim and Azmin Ali has taken a new twist with Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) de facto chief Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim taking the side of his loyalist Azmin.

Anwar, who presided the party political bureau meeting on Tuesday and supreme council meeting Wednesday had said Azmin’s dismissal did not follow proper procedure and as such was invalid.

The political meeting heard Azmin’s version because Khalid did attend and similarly, last night’s PKR supreme council meeting also heard Azmin’s version as Khalid was again absent.

Khalid, the Selangor Mentri Besar and also the State Development Corporation (PKNS) chairman had dismissed Azmin as a board member, citing it was decided by PKNS general manager Datuk Othman Omar and the state exco agreed to it.

However, the general manager said the dismissal was decided by the state exco.

With Anwar’s backing, the issue seems to be getting worse as Khalid is now placed in an awkward position given Anwar is still his boss in the party.

He is actually in a Catch 22 position.

To withdraw the letter and reinstate Azmin will reflect Khalid’s ‘defeat’ in the ‘political war of power’ in the state and not heeding Anwar’s ‘directive’ is tantamount to protesting the party president and obviously can be termed as insubordination.

How will he withdraw the dismissal letter and reinstate Azmin? Doing so will put him in an awkward position where he will be seen as a Mentri Besar without ‘guts’ where all decisions need to be referred to Anwar.

As it is, even the salary increase for excos have been held back pending revision after Azmin and his supporters expressed disapproval despite the state excos agreed to the decision.

Khalid has tried to make an impact as the administrative chief in Selangor, minus any interference from his party boss, to show he is capable of running a state.

However, things are not as easy as he has to please not only the other partners in Pakatan Rakyat (PR) but also the Palace where his loyalty is priority.

Azmin’s dismissal is seen as Khalid’s ‘political move’ to clip Azmin of furthering his influence as well as eroding his influence with the coming party poll, probably to position himself (Khalid) in a better position should he decides to contest for the party deputy president.

Azmin is read as Anwar’s proxy in the party and whatever is in Khalid’s mind may not work out well as the party members interpret it as ‘furthering someone else’ agenda’ not Khalid’s himself.

Politically, Khalid has not been a success as even when he was in Umno, he failed to even got elected as a division chief, and the same goes in PKR.

With Anwar’s backing for Azmin now, the stage is set for Khalid to either ‘tow’ the leadership or face tumultuous journey as Selangor Mentri Besar until the next general election.

The Stupidity of Liberal Supporters: They say the name of God is not an issue, but willing to go to war to put Allah in the bible.  

 In the midst of trying to persuade the authorities to permit the usage of the word Allah to replace the word for God in the bible, they even try to make a point that all religion prays to the same God. Because of that, they say that any name that refers to any God should not be an issue.

 Thus, we are asked ourselves; why not refer the Christian God as Gautama Buddha or Ramayana or Lim Guan Eng? Isn’t the name stated are much more relevant and closer to the people who profess Christianity in Malaysia?

If they want to call their God with a Malay sounding name, why not they replace it with Awang or Abu? Why don’t they use Iban names for their God? Better yet, why don’t they just invent a new name for their God?  Why on earth do they want to use the name that can invite crisis among Malaysian?

 Didn’t they say that the name of God is not an issue?
The argument that all religion refers to the same God means that Christians now believe that God is the same in all religion, including Islam who believed in Allah Subhanahu Wataala.

 Allah is not the same entity as the Christian believed in. Allah the All-Mighty, which is worshiped by Muslims “neither begets nor is born”.  (Refer to the Holy Quran 112:3)

 Because of that, if Christians says that they pray to the same God, they must acknowledge that Jesus is not the son of God.
 It seems that Christian has to make haste as to change their bible that says Jesus was the Son of God, to prove their claim that they pray to the same God as the Muslims.

 Logically, how can it be that the same God has different characteristic or contradicting personalities?
With this, we urged all of Christian priest and missionaries in Malaysia to make an official statement denying that Jesus is the same as “Allah” that they worship.

This is the only way to ensure that the usage of the word Allah in the Christian bible so as to avoid any contradiction with the statement that they had made. This will also ensure that the tension amongst Christian and Muslim can be put to an end. 

Heralding a New Beginning

By Datuk Huan Cheng Guan

In ten days’ time, we will be bidding farewell to 2013 and heralding a new beginning to a new year. Yet, this period is not really an end or a beginning but a journey that should rightfully fill the lives of Malaysians with all wisdom that experience has given us.

After such an eventful year marked by a record number of protests in Malaysian history, it is my sincere hope that Malaysians will close ranks and learn to view our beloved country positively. The time has come to stop emphasizing negatives and to highlight positives or pro-active ways in which each one of us can make Malaysia a better place for all regardless of race, class, age and gender. The starting point would surely be learning to say good things about our country rather than sabotaging our nation’s prestige via loose and irresponsible comments or showing disrespect for leaders.

Since the advent of the Internet and social networking platforms, this country has been continually injected with propaganda and criticisms of the ruling government. It has become common place that to say anything good about any BN leader is a sign of betrayal when in fact, one is only being realistic. No leader or government is perfect and it certainly does not help by worsening public perception of leaders via negative comments which stoke the fires of hatred and discontent.

Character assassination by opposition political leaders and active members of civil societies must stop. Malaysians must not entertain posts which propagate hate-mongering and create an atmosphere of mistrust which hinders our government’s efforts to develop this country. Let us learn to comment responsibly and not jump on the bandwagon of condemnation but be objective right-thinking citizens who measure our words carefully.

Come 2014, I sincerely hope to less personal and more effort by citizens and all parties to chart a blueprint for unity and peaceful co-existence. To that end, as we draw close to 2013, let us celebrate the New Year, NOT by attending protest gatherings but by embracing a changed attitude, forsaking old stereotypes and looking forward to a new beginning optimistically. Our celebration must not be hijacked by any political party but must be one that is joyous for the right reasons.

Let us celebrate the New Year in true Malaysian style – not with hostility but with thankfulness and gratitude that indeed, Malaysia is a beautiful nation inhabited by Malaysians who are proud of their heritage and all that Malaysia means to every one of us.



The most vocal Malay NGO, Perkasa, seems to be in a crossroad – to continue playing its role as defender of the Malay and bumiputra rights or fight against the so-called neo-liberalism in Umno.

Perkasa has held the ‘Malay and bumiputra fort” when Umno was reeling from its dismal performance after the 2008 general election but now, after the May 5 2013 general election, Umno stands upright with its tyransformaion and Malay agenda.

So when Perkasa meets for its fourth AGM this Sunday, the question that hangs on its members’ heads and of course, its leader Datuk Ibrahim Ali is which direction the movement will take.

Given that Umno is back on its feet and upon conclusion of its annual general assembly last week, the party which is the backbone of the ruling Barisan Nasional (BN) has taken the path that Perkasa had rode on – uplifting and empowering the Malays and bumiputras economic status as well as protecting the sanctity of Islam.

Perkasa is now at a crossroad on how to chart its next course because championing the cause it has been taking since its formation in late 2008 will be seen as ‘taking the role of Umno’.

No doubt Perkasa had taken the role of Umno since its formation as Umno was ‘rehabilitating’ itself past few years but now that Umno has been ‘rehabilitated’ and the party has now taken its role back and further playing the role of MCA and Gerakan and even MIC in protecting and champion the cause of Malaysians, not just Malays, Perkasa now has to look for a reason.

Championing the cause in accordance to the country’s Federal Constitution in protecting the rights of Malays, Bumiputras and Islam as well as the Institution of Rulers, may take a new approach.

With Umno playing the role of moderates and inclusiveness, Perkasa has to look to new approaches if it wants to stay relevant and rally the same support it has been enjoying.

Its racial stand may still be relevant but the approaches needed to be more refined given Umno’s new approaches in reaching out as a platform of fairness and harmony.

Since it will not go against Umno as it is an NGO that supports the government, Perkasa may actually be in a dilemma.

One Perkasa member said the NGO would still be relevant and needed given the many issues raised by the oppositions that Umno shied away, particularly sensitive issues regarding liberalism.

He said Umno would not say much about liberal Malays who were in Umno and everywhere because Umno itself is heading towards liberalism.

“It is Perkasa that will be fighting against this liberal Malays who are against Malays who struggle for the race and religion,” he said.

With the AGM to be launched by former Finance Minister Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah, Perkasa seems set to champion a new cause – fight against neo-liberalism who the movement feels are obstacles to the Malays future development economically and spiritually.



Umno concluded its annual general assembly on Saturday on a high note to transform itself into a poilitical party that is fair to all Malaysians where priority will be to empower the economy of the Malays and bumiputras who form slightly more than 67 per cent of the population.

The emphasis will be to ensure that the majority population will be on par with the economy of others so that there will not be any single race that would feel left out in the fast growing economic development of the country.

In doing, the party pledges that other races would not be sidelined and that the party would continue its fair and just policies for all Malaysians.

Umno also concluded that the party would protect the sanctity of Islam by defining clearly in the Federal Constitution that Malaysia follows the teaching of Sunnah Wal Jamaah.

In facing the next general election, the party’s political transformation will begin at the party’s branch level where with immediate effect the branch level will have to follow the party constitution strictly to strengthen itself.

Party president Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak had outlined the transformation programs in the wake of challenges that ‘may not be good for Umno’ if the party continues to stay as it is.

The political reality now is Umno is the only flag-bearer of the ruling Barisan Nasional (BN) besides Parti Pesaka Bersatu Sarawak (PBB) in Sarawak while the component parties in Peninsular are still ‘searching for their souls’ after being ‘slaughtered’ in the May 5 general election.

Called it the Chinese tsunami or whatever terms, the fact remains that rural Malays are still with Umno while the urban Malays have swung to the oppositions – PAS and Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR).

With Umno the only party that is still strong and ‘standing upright’ amidst the strong winds of change in the May 5 general election, the responsibility is now on its shoulders to rally Malaysians, not just Malays, behind the BN.

And the recently concluded general assembly, Najib, who is also the Prime Minister, spoke on the need for Umno to transform into an inclusive party, struggling for the Malays and bumputras while same time ensure other races are not sidelined and feel ‘alien’.

Transformation begins with change in minds and attitudes of party members and Najib stressed the need for the party to be strong from its roots – the grassroots – where the some 21,000 branches lie.

Transformation to strengthen the party as the pillar and backbone of BN where component parties, currently undergoing healing and rehabilitation, can heal themselves in time to face the next general election.

In strengthening the party, efforts to ward off elements that would weaken the party and its followers will have to be addressed and here is where the sanctity of Islam and the economic aspect needed push and protection.

The threat of Syiah is real and the ‘heads of Government Link Companies (GLCs) not helping out Malay and bumiputra enterpreneurs is real.

With Najib’s commitment to see the two subjects taken care, Umno is off to a brand new start in transforming itself into a political party where the Malays and bumiputras can rest assure their support for the party all this while did not go to waste.

And Malaysians on the whole, can rest easy that Umno is not only a party for the Malays but for all Malaysians.

Yingluck offers House dissolution

Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra on Sunday said she is ready to dissolve the House and organises a national election within 60 days as stipulated by the laws and under fair rules if that is what the majority of people wanted.

In a special televised programme, She insisted that the protesters’ demand for setting up of People’s Council and royally-granted prime minister were not allowed by the Constitution and still debated among academicians.

“However if the protesters and the big political party do not agree to the offers or not accept the result of the election, the political crisis would certainly be prolonged. This could be compared to the political situation in 2006 when a political party boycotted a national election which resulted in a political vacuum and eventually a coup d’etat,” she said.

She apparently refers to Democrat Party that boycotted the national election in that year.

She was speaking a day before a massive rally led by former Democrat Party MP Suthep Thaugsuban, against her government, is held in Bangkok.

The government proposed a setting up of a forum to discuss about the protesters’ demands, Yingluck said.

“However if the conflicts could not be settled, I propose that public referendum be set up to allow all people to decide. All political parties and protesters would accept the results of the public referendum so that all conflicts are solved.

A Tale of Two Leaders

By Datuk Huan Cheng Guan 

Political poisoning of Malaysian minds has incapacitated their inherent abilities to do undertake political analysis. When issues of public interest arise, all it takes is one brazen leader to give a red herring response such as: 

“Who is asking? We have shown many times that the trips taken by the present officers (cost) much (less) that in the past (under BN rule prior to 2008).   

Then, most are silenced, cowering in fear that they might have offended that leader. Before you begin your retort, allow me to share with you a tale of two leaders. 

Once upon a time in early November 2013, there were two leaders – one from the east (Lim Guan Eng), the other from the West (Jim Lane, Mayor of Scottsdale, Arizona, USA) who went to the 17th annual Inter-Islands Tourism Policy (ITOP) Forum, held  from November 6 to 9 in Haikou, Hainan, China. Topics of discussion included how to preserve local island culture while accommodating global tourism. 

Jim Lane went alone and his trip was funded by the government of Haikou, Hainan.

Lim Guan Eng went with a 21-member delegation and the Penang state coffers footed the bill. 

George Hartz, President of Scottsdale Sister Cities, said that Mayor Jim Lane was given the opportunity to promote Scottsdale tourism at the forum. 

According to its official website, Inter-Islands Tourism Policy Forum was founded in 1997 with the attendance of four provincial governments of Bali, Indonesia, Hainan, China, Okinawa, Japan and Jeju, South Korea led by Jeju. 

This Forum is aimed at exploring the world tourism market jointly by bring together islands that have cultural sympathy and similar tourism structure and policy. The Forum has grown from four starting member islands to 10 members including Jeju, Hainan, Okinawa, Bali, Southern Province, Canary Islands, Zanzibar, Hawaii, Phuket and Cebu. 

Note: Penang is NOT a member of ITOP. Hence, is it justified that the 21-member delegation of Penang government officers, their spouses and business representatives visited China costing RM93,910  at the state’s expense? 

Whether or not BN spent more or less during their tenure is irrelevant. It is merely pulling wool over our eyes so that we cannot see the discrepancies therein. 

The fact remains that the state paid the 21-member delegation to attend the forum and did the following:

 1.      They signed a MOU on establishment of Friendship Cities between Penang and the Hainan provincial government. (done by the delegation)

2.      They renewed the Friendship Cities relationship between Xiamen and Penang on the 20th anniversary of this scheme. (done by the delegation)

3.      Lim paid two courtesy calls on the government, leaders of industry, the Xiamen mayor and the Hainan governor. (done by ONE person – LGE)

4.      Lim delivered a talk at the ITOP Forum themed ‘Globalization and Localization: Opportunity and Challenge for Island Tourism Development’. (done by ONE person – LGE) 

Look at the record of achievement for that trip and answer the following question objectively. Is it justified that Lim Guan Eng needed 21 members, including his spouse at the expense of the state government whereas Jim Lane went ALONE at the invitation of the Haikou government who paid for his trip?  

Who can forget his famous justification for his wife’s presence by his statement whereby “We feel very lonely without our spouses, we go with spouse is a problem, don’t go with spouse also a problem.” 

Does such a statement reflect a person’s political and emotional maturity? 

Think. Why did Haikou pay for Mayor Jim Lane’s participation at the ITOP forum? Food for thought. 

For your information, Scottsdale has been recognized today as Arizona’s 2013 eCity by tech giant Google. “Scottsdale’s growth and innovation in e-commerce is an example that other cities across the state can strive to replicate,” said Scott Levitan, Google’s director of small business engagement, in a statement. “Google is proud to recognize this growing entrepreneurial spirit and the role it plays in creating jobs and sustaining local economies.” 

Apart from the UNESCO Heritage listing for Penang (which has nothing to do with current state government), what international accolades have Lim and his team won for Penang? Any results for all the hot air more-than-a-mouthful theme of Penang As An International And Intelligent City Is Leveraged On Building A Liveable City That Attracts Human Talent And Formulates People-Centric Policies That Transforms Penang Into A Developed, Sustainable And Inclusive Economy Without Poverty? Shallow and meaningless words such as these give an empty and hollow  ring when we see the congestion in Penang and the rising property prices which have prevented real Penang kia from owning homes in the state. Instead, we see foreigners, especially those from another island, who are happily (in Monopoly style) taking over shopping malls, hawker centres, even properties in heritage areas, and of course not forgetting the many high-rise luxurious condominiums that few can even dream of owning at all! 

Finally, does it need an expenditure of RM93,910 for the ITOP and to attend the 20th anniversary celebration of the establishment of sister cities between Penang and Xiamen in Xiamen? Is Xiamen really so important to Penang? Penang is not even listed in Wikipedia’s listing for Xiamen. 

In fact, if you were to Google for PENANG AND XIAMEN, what will Google show you? The Balance of Trade in both states? Nope. Merely flights and cheap tickets from Penang to Xiamen. Now what does that tell you? 

PRK Sungai Limau: The Value of Chinese Votes,

There are 1,827 Chinese voters in DUN Sg Limau. From that amount, onlu 180 or 10 % voted for BN in the last general election. What is interesting is that the membership for MCA in that area is 965 people.
This particular fact shows that even though it is a long way from any DAP propaganda, the Chinese are still moving as one.  The orders that they received in the last general election is to reject BN and most of them understood and comply with the order. Similar to what they would done in ancient China where the Emperor’s decree is considered holy and must be followed.
Then, the Chinese people of Sg Limau, together with the every one of them in Malaysia is to ensure DAP would win the election by giving it up to PAS in the last election.
Their hope is that if PR is able to govern the country, the DAP will practice its Chinese superiority concept, similar to the Singaporean. This is why they are well informed that even though the Prime Minister is a Malay from PAS or PKR, they will always be DAP’s minions.
However, after 5 years Kedah state is controlled by PAS, it is not that easy to “ride” on the late Tan Sri Azizan Razak. Tan Sri Azizan is seen more different than those who are in the PAS central committee. He can read the hidden agenda that the DAP pursue and never gave any quarters for the DAP to take advantage of him. The late Tan Sri Azizan was firm in his action to oppose all of the “gifts” by Chinese business thus taking DAP into hot waters. DAP’s ambition to take control of Kedah through PAS seems impossible.
When PAS failed to retain it seats in Kedah, the Menteri Besar was changed to Datuk Paduka Mukhriz Mahathir from Barisan Nasional that is known for his firm and strong principal. Even if Mukhriz is firmer and more practical, it is true that he needs to focus more on the people who helped the Barisan Nasional and not those who oppose the Barisan Nasional.
It doesn’t matter if the Chinese in Kedah like it or not, it is the fact that the state government will not be fooled by trying to woo those who have betrayed them. The fact remains, under the new administration, they will not tolerate any special treatment regardless of any affiliation.
This means if the Chinese in Sungai Limau wants more attention from the state government, they need to support the Barisan Nasional.. If not, they can always ask help from the DAP through the PAS representative anywhere near them.
Mukhriz action is not vicious or uunjust, as the government does not evict people from their lands like the DAP did to the Malays in Pulau Pinang. The state government never did stop any Chinese ceremonies even though the DAP tries to stop the Maulidur Rasul rally in Pulau Pinang.
In short, the Kedah government did not interrupt the Chinese in their daily activities. This is in contrast with the DAP or PAS party in Malaysia.
The Chinese must always remember that BN was the one who open the doors for them to prosper in this country. Without the leadership of BN, they can’t even achieve nothing in this country.
Today, the Chinese becomes the riches, but that can only be done as the Malays have a high spending power to ensure that the Chinese traders can accumulate their wealth. What’s wrong with the Chinese being together with the Malays and support the government that made it possible for all of this to happen?
The Chinese in Sungai Limau do not have to be fooled by Chinese who do not live in the area. They lived amongst the Malays and they should know the hearts and minds of the Malay who never did wanted to monopoly the wealth or bully anyone. The natural features for a Malay is peace loving. Malays only wants to have peace. Why then the Chinese have to fight the Malay leadership in Malaysia.
Do they really think that if they continue to oppose the BN up till the day that the PR will take over, everything will ever be better?
Now we look on how the DAP are sidelining the Kedah State DAP Chairman that was choose by the democratically. Now, look at how DAP oppress and lie to their own members.Is there anybody who thinks that PR is capable to govern the nation, without the hidden hand of a notorious political dictator.
The fact of the matter is, that the Chinese in Sungai Limau do not have to reinterpret it as the forecasted result of PRU-13.  
It is the time that the Chinese have to think for themselves and not to follow the Chinese Emperor of Malaysia.

Did You Know? DAP is owned by Lim Guan Eng’s parents?

The struggle behind the DAP is getting worse as the plot thickens many in the party feels that they are being tricked and fooled by their leaders. The party who takes pride as being better, smarter and more transparent than the Barisan Nasional, clearly do not have what it takes to compete with Barisan Nasional. Just imagine the DAP party election that only involves 2,000 people are marred with controversy and they have to do a re-election.
Even after the re-election, they still cannot show the level of transparency that BN have shown.  
We can hear many members of the DAP from ordinary members to DAP leaders complaints about the level of corruption and dishonesty inside the party. The only one who are keeping their mouth shut and satisfied with the results are those who are elected in the CEC.
Complaints regarding the notice of meetings, the mysterious absence of delegates and also the special meeting just before the election that only involves selected people are among the issue raised by DAP members. However, the complaints that shocked the nation is that the election are done without following the party’s constitution.
            The result of these complaints, DAP Taman Seri Sungai Pelek, Sepang Branch Chairman, Goh Swee Huat has filed a complaint to the ROS so that they can investigate the CEC election on the 29th of September 2013.
            Swee Huat stated that, the complaint have to be made as many DAP members are not satisfied with the new CEC as the election was done in the National Congress not a special congress.
            The question is, whether Lin Guan Eng as the secretary of the party, do not know the constitution of his own organization?
            He admitted that he did not know how to count, and do not know how to use a computer and now he also do not know his own party constitution. What kind of leader is governing the DAP today?
            There are only two explanations regarding what is happening in the DAP. Whether Lim Guan Eng is really stupid or he is really evil.
            Maybe it is a combination of both, maybe Lim Guan Eng is stupid and bad that is why his action reflects his personality.
We believe that DAP leaders do have the ability to count but intentionally claim that there were problems with the calculation so that only a few selected favourable people would win. It’s not they do not know how to use a computer, but they are blaming computer problems to ensure that they can make their members believe their manipulation.
            Not that they do not know their party constitution, but they are intentionally ignoring it so that the DAP will forever be in the clutches of the Lim Dynasty and do not have to follow the law or bow down to any of the authority.
            In short, we can say that they are behaving as if the DAP is the sole propriety of Lim Guan Eng because he inherits it from his parents.
            Thus, members and leaders of the DAP in all level have to understand and accept this fact. Regardless of what they know and what they feel about their party.
            DAP members can complaint, resign, hopping to other party or even commit suicide but to hope that the DAP leaders would give them any attention or ask them to be fair to their own members is like hoping that the Israel would just leave the Palestinian at peace.
            This is beacause the DAP mission is not to help the people. DAP are only fighting for the demise of the Malay Islamic government. That’s all, and nothing else.
            While aiming to take down the government, the DAP also tries to accumulate wealth as much as they can through big companies who are given mega contracts by them. As the old saying goes “killing two birds with one stone”.
For that, and only that, the Lim Dynasty will try to maintain their power for as long as they can.


Sungai Limau by-election campaign enters its fifth day today and the ground seems going well for Barisan Nasional (BN) as PAS loses grip of the voters, particularly the young ones.

PAS young voters and young supporters do not seem to stand out in the campaign trail as the party’s ceramahs held nightly have only been attended by a handful of old folks, hardly one hundred at each ceramah.

The ceramahs by both sides of the political divide began on Friday night as the weather has been fine with rainfalls only in the afternoon, not till late nights like Wednesday and Thursday.

And the last Friday and Saturday nights, PAS seemed to have failed to rally the few hundreds crowd at each ceramah, a stark contrast to the party’s normal ceramahs that attracted few hundreds if not by the thousands.

The youngsters, the normal PAS supporters who have been prevalent in controlling traffic every party ceramah and putting up banners and flags were absent in Sungai Limau, reflecting two things – PAS influence is fading among the youngsters and the party’s internal friction rears its ugly head.

Sungai Limau has been PAS bastion since 1995 and the late Datuk Seri Azizan Razak, who was one-term Mentri Besar, was well-loved by Sungai Limau’s 41,400-odd population of whom 27,222 would be casting their votes on Nov 4.

After his demise, the party had problems in choosing its candidates as the state PAS is split into three factions – Azizan’s fundamentalist faction, present party state commissioner Datuk Mahfuz Omar whose faction is close to Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) de facto chief Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim and former exco member Datuk Phahrolrazi Zawawi who leads his own faction not aligned to any side.

Phahrolrazi had staged a rebellion against the late Azizan when he latter was Menteri Besar but failed and this had led to the break-away of Phahrolrazi’s supporters, who is said to have boycotted the current by-election.

Mahfuz, whose leadership is not well accepted by the fundamentalists in the state for his closeness with Anwar, has been in Kuala Lumpur to attend the the Parliament session and thus, his presence is not felt at all.

With such situation, the campaigning is left to the fundamentalists and Azizan’s group whose style is the traditionally holding ceramahs, completely detached from the normal kampong style of shaking hands and a small chat.

Lucky for this group, the party women wing – the Muslimah – is all out going house-to-house campaign wooing support which normally stars around 8am to afternoon.

But the concentration with this method of campaigning is the old folks who are known to be staunch PAS supporters who actually need no further ‘push’ mentally.

BN on the other hand seems to have penetrated the PAS bastion by focusing on the young voters who the past five days could be seen filling up BN’s operation centres in droves on their motorcycles.

They seem to be attracted to BN’s Mentri Besar Datuk Mukhriz Dr Mahathir’s whose personality is somewhat alike the late Azizan – soft spoken, always smiling and looking straight in the eyes when talking person-to-person.

Talks among kampong folks are that ‘Mukhriz budak baik’ (Mukhriz is a good boy) who should be given a ‘peluang’ (chance).

Whether this will be translated into votes on Nov 4 is yet to be seen but the fact remains that BN has penetrated the PAS bastion through the young voters.

Human Rights Watch Should Not Motivate Criminals

Human Rights Watch (HRW) must have a funny way of choosing whose rights to be given priority, whose rights can be discounted and whose rights to fight all the way for.  And in Malaysia, HRW is seen to be more interested in the rights of the minorities and the outlaws, whom, in a way, represent the Oppositions. 

Malaysian Oppositions has been very vocal in fighting and defending the rights of the criminals and they are not shy about it.  In fact, they are the ones responsible for putting the contained criminals back on the streets through their constant fight to abolish the Prevention Act, which they finally won.     

The Oppositions are also known to be the champion of LGBT rights even though ‘un-natural sex’ is a crime in this country.  And there is also the Bumiputera Rights that the Oppositions swear to abolish for the sake of ‘equality’ and in the name of ‘justice’, especially for the already rich Chinese. 

Therefore, it couldn’t be wrong for us to connect the words ‘minorities and outlaws’ to the Oppositions.   

And the statement made by HRW on Malaysia’s Home Minister’s recent speech, has made us wonder just how far does this ‘connection’ goes.  HRW’s statement, could at any time, be taken as a write-up by Malaysiakini, a pro-Opposition news portal.  Co-incidentally or not, Malaysiakini is currently building up a personal vendetta against the Minister for his blunt attack on the portal’s ‘habit’ of spinning his words in its reports.  

After communist threat that ended in the late 80s, modern Malaysia has been a safe country to live in for almost forever, except for a few isolated tragedies involving extremists such as Sauk and May the 13th 1969 racial riots.  Even those were contained at a certain parameter and ended as fast as they occurred. 

In other words, Malaysians have never really known what it’s like to live in fear. 

However, the prosperity and peace of the country not only attract the attention of peace-loving and fun-seeking tourists, but also criminals who see the country as a gold-mine. Malaysia has been swarmed by all sorts of criminals from all over the world from petty theft and brutal murderers from Indonesia to human traffickers from China and Thailand or drug dealers and the more cunning IT-savvy robbers from Africa and Latin America. 

At the same time, local criminals have also ‘upgraded’ themselves along with the country’s rapid development. 

We cannot deny that the crime rate has been rising almost ‘steadily’ in the past few years but the police have always had it under control. 

Only until the Prevention Act was abolished which, was a quick and almost unexpected decision, that the police was caught by surprise as they were forced to let the hard-core criminals free.  These criminals waited no time at all to roam the streets, paying long overdue debts and picking up things at where they left off. 

The sound of gunshots and sirens are not norms in Malaysia and Malaysians are not even used to the sight of a gun except on TV.  For so long, the most terrifying deaths reported in Malaysia are road accidents. 

But ‘thanks’ to the Oppositions we now are ‘getting-used’ to reports of people being gunned down in the streets.  This, must be the new modern-Malaysia that the Oppositions want to bring us to.    

So, Malaysians took the Home Minister’s declaration of war against crime very positively. Zahid knows that Malaysians do not tolerate crime and the only way to make sure that no man would ever even think of committing a crime here again, is to ensure that he knows that he will not be compromised. 

For that, Dato’ Seri Zahid Hamidi is practically a hero, for having the guts and shows it off through his fierce speeches. 

HRW however, has a different view about Zahid Hamidi.  The organization is now echoing our Oppositions by condemning our Home Minister – instead of the criminals. 

Zahid is under attack for his statement that the police ‘will shoot first, ask questions later’.  But his next sentence that ‘there must be proof and evidence before the shooting starts’ was somehow disregarded. 

HRW went on referring to our Home Minister as ‘unlawful and having callous disregard for basic rights to live’.  The organization even urge our government to take action against him!

Well, the way the Malaysians see it, the only person that is ‘unlawful and having callous disregard for basic rights to live’, is the criminals who go around shooting people on the streets. 

And HRW has, in a way, just renewed these criminals ‘licence to kill’ by attacking Zahid.

By doing so, HRW is also indirectly motivating the criminals and help them twist things into becoming a racial issue just because most of the gunned down criminals are Indians.  But yesterday, three criminals were shot dead in a gunfight with the police on the streets of Kuala Lumpur and they are not Indians, but Indonesians. 

HRW should have known that racial issues could have caused an even worse kind of crimes. Therefore, HRW is just as bad as the criminals themselves or even worse. 

While Dato’ Zahid Hamidi gives us hopes to live in peace of minds like we always have, HRW gives the criminals and potential criminals hopes and dreams to get away with their crime.   

And this, is the organization that is supposed to ‘watch’ for our rights?  Serious? 

CEC DAP Re-Election : Proof That DAP Is Patronizing Sabahan Chinese

Even though Barisan Nasional (BN) is always battered for using a racist system through component parties, however this particular system is to ensure everyone will not be left out because they have they can voice out the problems of their race without being discriminated.
DAP on the other hand proudly declare that they are a multiracial party and has been proven not only to left out but also abuse those who are not of Chinese decent in many ways even in the CEC re-election that has been marred by a lot of controversy. What more proof do we need?
In the DAP, not only other races is barred from any chances of getting to the top post, but Sabahan Chinese is being left out and considered as a second class Chinese compared to the peninsular Malaysia Chinese. For example, there is no Sabahan Chinese in the CEC election.
In the same time, the DAP is trying its best to take over Sabah and Sarawak while threatening BN by saying that BN did not serve in the best interest of the Sabahan and Sarawakian. According to Lim Kit Siang, the party will give special attention to the people of Sabah to ensure that the state will be taken away from BN in the next 14th General Election.
            Even though they are ambitious to take Sabah, in the CEC election there are no Sabah candidates. As a consolation, DAP appointed a representative from Sabah to act as a committee member to show that the party is fair and just. Dr Edwin Bosi is the only representative from Sabah in the CEC DAP election.
            Before this, the DAP is organizing an “adoption” program for targeted areas in Sabah where a group of Parliament Members and State Rep is appointed as supervisors to ensure their victory in the 14th General Election.  
            It is clear that the DAP is really trying to take over Sabah, however because of their “iron fisted” unwritten poicy, DAP leadership is reluctant in giving any powers to any Sabah representative.
            The people of Sabah should realize from what is happening and learn to evaluate their relation with the DAP with and open mind. DAP without even a drop of conscience feels no pity or remorse, refused to change. Even though the CEC election continues with the existence of fraud, manipulation and discrimination, DAP is still continuing their dark legacy since the dawn of Merdeka.
Furthermore, the DAP has the guts to call a Chinese man as a representative of the Malay race.
For the people of Sabah, don’t ever forget that the DAP has already lied and oppress the Malays and Indians of Penang. The DAP discriminate and abuse their own party member who are from the Malay and Indian ethnic group in the DAP CEC election. Plus, the DAP has already abandoned their own Chinese people of Sabah and it is for sure that the DAP has no place for the non-Chinese locals from Sabah.

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