Sunday, August 30, 2009
Saturday, August 29, 2009
Cow Head Protest In Shah Alam Can Happen in Sarawak If The Non-Muslims in Sarawak Having A Short Minded Mentality
Friday, August 28, 2009
Datuk Idris Jala Appointment As Full Minister Hope Will Help Penan To Fight Robbers Of Their Forest Products
Being a native of Sarawak myself, I am proud with Datuk Idris Jala appointment as a full Minister without potfolio in a Prime Minister Department. Hopefully his appointment will act as a bridge between the native of Sarawak and the Prime Minister. For all this while, the grouses of the natives of Sarawak particularly in matter related to their lands, have been fall on deaf ears by Taib Mahmud, the dying Chief Minister of Sarawak.
The latest saga happening in Baram, where the Penan mounted the road blockade as a show of protest.
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Native Penan leaders from the East Malaysian state of Sarawak are refusing to meet a high-ranking Sarawak government delegation at the proposed meeting point in Long Bedian, a Kayan long-house in the Tutoh river region. According to Penan sources, the meeting is to take place tomorrow, 28 August 2009. "We are open for talks with the government, but we refuse the proposed meeting point at Long Bedian", a Penan spokesperson commented to BMF. The Penan feel humiliated by a statement of Abang Johari, the former Sarawak Minister of Penan affairs and current Minister of Housing, who alleged in The Borneo Post that foreigners were behind the logging road blockades. "We expect the official delegation to meet us at the blockade sites or at a Penan village. It is essential for the officials to see the dire situation of our villages with their own eyes and to hear the voices of our people." Long Bedian, a Kayan long-house, is a regional centre for the Apoh-Tutoh region, which is strongly influenced by the presence of several logging companies. A week ago, the Penan set up three blockades at strategic logging road locations to prevent vehicles of four logging companies - Samling, Shin Yang, KTS and Interhill - from removing timber from their native lands. In particular, the Penan aim at stopping plantation projects that would involve the conversion of large tracts of secondary forests into oil palm, acacia and eucalyptus plantations.
"Agi Idup Agi Ngelaban"
Wednesday, August 26, 2009
(Malaysian Mirror) - The inquest into the death of Teoh Beng Hock took a political turn when allegations surfaced that four companies had given kickbacks to the DAP and some branches in Selangor. Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission officer Mohd Anuar Ismail testified that the information was obtained from four documents printed from Teoh’s laptop and his recorded statement with Selangor MACC officer Mohd Nazri Ibrahim. Anuar, who took the stand again as the inquest entered Day 14 on Wednesday, said this when questioned by lawyer Abdul Razak Musa, who is representing the MACC. Approval allegedly by Teoh and Yong At the outset of the day’s proceedings, coroner Azmil Muntapha Abas had allowed an application made by lawyer Salim Bashir for state executive councilor Ean Yong Hian Wah to sit in the court so that he could listen to the testimony of the MACC officer. The late Teoh was Yong’s political secretary. Teoh, 30, was found dead at the fifth floor corridor of the Plaza Masalam here on July 16. He had been questioned earlier by officers of the MACC, which has its Selangor office on the 14th floor of the building. Anuar told the court that MACC investigations showed the following companies received projects that allegedly went to Teoh and Ean Yong for approval: (a) Fizami Construction (21 projects worth RM147,812) (b) Haris Enterprise (14 projects worth RM88,275.30), (c) MNKN Enterprise (six projects worth RM50,765) (d) MA Bina Melur (seven projects worth RM69, 010). Commissions to DAP and branches
Tuesday, August 25, 2009
World leaders, Please help Malaysian from this brutality....
"Agi Idup Agi Ngelaban"
Monday, August 24, 2009
Sunday, August 23, 2009
How Credible is the MACC Credibility in Sarawak?
Friday, August 21, 2009
Tuesday, August 18, 2009
Permatang Pasir By-Election Will Be Another Sign That PM Najib Month in Office is Numbered -RAHMAN Prophecy
Najib Months in Office is numbered....The ProphecySince March 2008 General Election, Barisan Nasional so far has not winning any by-election [to exclude Batang Ai because of Iban Chawat (loin cloth) mentality]. The on-going by-election in Permatang Pasir which will be held on 25th August 2009, a straight fight between UMNO and PAS, many predicted that UMNO will lose with bigger margin. And if the prediction is correct....the Rahman prophecy is about to happen and Najib months in office is numbered.... Mupok aku
Sunday, August 16, 2009
Friday, August 14, 2009
1MALAYSIA IS A FAILED SLOGAN.....
Thursday, August 13, 2009
Racist Utusan Malaysia Reporter Was Shivering When Cornered By the Defense Lawyer In Karpal Singh Court Case
Monday, August 10, 2009
Where as Mahyuddin, he is only fit to become a Malay leader but not to the multi racial nation like Malaysia. His action lately is seen as instigating the feeling of hatred amongst the Malay toward other races such as Chinese and Indians.
In summary, Najib and UMNO leadership in Malaysia ;
Najib and UMNO cannot work for Malaysians or Malaysia
During the British occupation of Malaya, we had oppressive laws created by our colonial masters not only as a check against communism but also Malaysians generally.When you are a colony, laws protecting citizens are unimportant-laws protecting the colonial masters are important.
After the so called great Independence and Merdeka, we have the same people who purportedly bravely fought against the British sitting ruling Malaysians.Now common sense would suggest that they would start having open transparents newspapers, strong laws enforcing the Rule Of Law, stringent laws for corruption, good Police, anti-corruption, excellent civil service,good schools, universities etc etc-to Malaysian utter dismay-we have now
(a) UMNO who runs and calls all the shots for the past 50 odd years without any public participation.It has created Malaysia which is neither a" functioning democracy" or a "functioning dictatorship" but a tottering state structure controlled and exploited by parasites".UMNO is filled with zoombies type politicians who are sucking the blood of hardworking enterprenuers who are usually of Chinese origin who pay them for licenses and they happily in reurn are entertaine with "dancing girls and cash".
(b) Besides (a) above-UMNO is a RACIST ORGANISATION. It spares no abuse on Chinese and Indians who are citizens of this country.It threatens other races, plots and schemes how it can underdevelop the Chinese and Malay population.This is the direct result of the creation of the NEP.The NEP makes Indians and Chinese children poorer,less educated and suffer more generally.It is racism that is the policy of UMNO.It thrives in corruption and has a policy that undermines democracy in Malaysia.
(c) The UMNO policy of Segreation is the most dangerous of all.All young Malay youth are being told about this fairy tale story of "Keturunan", which is a big fabrication-its like telling us that the Malay contractor put up most of the buildings in Kuala Lumpur-thie is a TIPU.A country that has a national policy of seggregation will fail.
(d) As for najib, its bad enough to be the leader of UMNO and embrace (a) to (c) above-what is worse is that he is a PM who is implicated ina MURDER and CORRUPTION. How can we have a PM with all this over him-he is not vindicated.he should have an open inquiry so that we know that our PM is not above the Law.
A leader like these two zoombies who are racist should not be made a leader of a multi-racial nation like Malaysia. Or being a Sarawakian myself, they only fit to become the PM and DPM for MALAYA but not MALAYSIA. Or both of them should be detained under ISA.
Zaid, who has been given the job of casting in stone common ground for the disparate alliance criticised for having no shared ideology, said a PR administration would also introduce an economic policy with safety nets and a new education strategy to produce more competitive graduates.
“Pakatan Rakyat must firstly unite all Malaysians. We must revive the dreams of Tunku Abdul Rahman and other independence leaders,” he wrote in a posting on his blog yesterday.
The PR alliance has come under heavy attacks from Umno in particular over its lack of a common platform.
Barisan Nasional’s (BN) lynchpin has taken full advantage of open squabbles between PR partners PKR, PAS and DAP to drive a wedge among the opposition parties.
Umno has also stepped up the rhetoric to paint Malay leaders in PR as traitors in well-worn attacks underscoring the right-wing appeal of the ruling party.
With some PAS leaders beginning to blow hot and cold in their commitment to PR, Zaid appears to be also in a hurry now to set down the opposition’s common platform.
In his blog post yesterday evening, the former Umno minister outlined four main areas for PR’s platform:
• To introduce anti-discrimination laws
• To introduce an economic policy with safety nets to protect the lower income group
• To introduce an education policy that will produce competitive graduates, especially among Malay and Bumiputeras
• To abolish the Internal Security Act and the Printing Presses and Publications Act; to relax provisions which give excessive powers to the government in the Official Secrets Act, the Sedition Act and other legislation; to introduce sweeping reforms to the police, courts and the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission.
“Pakatan must reject the practice of discrimination. This proposal (to introduce an anti-discrimination law) will not affect the special position of Malays under Article 153 of the constitution.
“Do not listen to Umno’s lies. The non-Bumiputeras have never asked for Article 153 to be abolished,” said Zaid.
He said the proposed legislation would ensure non-Malays are not discriminated against, and that Malays are not discriminated against by the non-Bumiputera community. Article 153, he pointed out, would be maintained.
The former minister, who recently joined PKR, said PR should also introduce an economic policy with a safety net in place for the lower-income group.
“We are not a poor country. In fact we should all live in prosperity if we reduce wastage and leakages because of corruption. Pakatan is committed to wiping out graft.”
PR’s education policy, he said, would also be aimed at making Malay and Bumiputera graduates in particular more competitive by revamp the system to ensure quality teachers and identification of key subjects for improvement.
Another key area Zaid identified for reform if PR came to power was to curb what he said was excessive powers that had been given to government institutions.
“A Pakatan Rakyat government must be free and not instil fear in the public. It must have an open attitude and accept criticisms. This can only be done by establishing a free and democratic government,” he said.
He singled out the ISA and the Printing Presses and Publications Act for abolition.
Other laws like the Sedition Act and the Official Secrets Act would also have their provisions relaxed in a PR administration, he said.
Zaid said widespread reforms were also necessary for the judiciary, police and MACC.
“I believe that when Pakatan Rakyat agrees with these basic aims, the confidence of the public will increase. It will ensure the leaders are busy with these aims and have no time to argue over trivial matters,” he said.
Zaid said that if PR were to concentrate on such a common platform, the public would no longer perceive the alliance as just an “anti-ISA party” but as a coalition with substance.