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Monday, January 25, 2010

Roles Of Malaysian Police As BN Agent!

From schooldays  until now our mind has been corrupted by Barisan Nasional propaganda that Malaysia is a an independent and democratic nation. Malaysians are free to do what the constituent permits  us to do, and the political parties are allowed to compete in a fair election.
GE in 2008 was consider the turning point for Malaysian politic. In the election , PAKATAN RAKYAT (PR) denied  BN it 2/3 majority. Not only denying BN it 2/3 majority, PR also managed to wrest BN from power in four states namely, Kedah, Penang, Perak and Selangor , and successfully increased seat majority in Kelantan.
Since losing those four states to PR, BN has been actively using government agencies to take back the  states. The two agencies that actively sebotage the PR especially in those four states are Royal Malaysian Police (PDRM) and the Malaysian Anti Corruption Commission. So far MACC managed to topple Perak . Perak fell to BN in February 2010. After their successful attempt in Perak , they started their operation in Selangor. It was during this time that the controversy started. Teoh Beng Hock, 30, political aide to Selangor state executive councillor Ean Yong Hian Wah, was found dead on July 16 on the fifth floor corridor of Plaza Masalam ,after having given a statement as a witness to the MACC over allegations of misuse of funds by Selangor state executive councillors.
Eventhough being  accused of wrongdoing, the MACC still  harassing PR government in Selangor. On 20th January 2010, the MACC team led by Supt Premraj Victor, went to Yaakob’s office located on the 14th floor of the state secretariat building and confiscated documents related to sand mining activities and overseas trips. Yakob political aide, Hussien Ahmad, 62, was taken to the Putrajaya MACC office for questioning . Yakob is a state Agriculture, Natural Resources and Entrepreneurial Development committee chairman.
Another government agency that has been used by BN to topple Selangor government is PDRM. PDRM siding the BN government is very obvious. In any "ceramah" or function organise by BN, they will help the organiser in controlling the crowd. But in any  function organised by PR, they will create public disturbence and stop the ceramah.
Last November, Tian Chua was stopped in the middle of his speech by OCPD Brickfield. And the the latest incident happened on 20th January 2010 when Dato Seri Anwar was stopped from continuing with his speech by the same OCPD. Surprisingly this officer did not bother to salute DSAI. Being the senior officer, he must give due respect to the member of parliament.
But I am not surprised...they are PM Najib DxGs....they worked for Najib. See the video below by yourself. Make your own judgement whether these officers work for the people or for BN and PM Najib..



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Plane Crash In sarawak Caused One Died and another In Critical Condition

KUCHING: Villagers watched in horror as a well-known doctor hung on precariously after his aircraft crashed into trees in a dense forest area in Simunjan, about 90km from here.
Dr James Ngu Siew Kong, a general surgeon here, was heard shouting for help as the drama unfolded after part of the two-seater Pelican aircraft got entangled in the branches.



In serious condition: Dr Ngu being wheeled into the Sarawak General Hospital in Kuching Sunday. Part of the plane wreckage that he was in was entangled in the trees (picture below), and he was injured after it fell. — ZULAZHAR SHEBLEE / The Star

Another part of the aircraft had earlier crashed to the ground with the pilot, Stanley Tiong, 61, who died from his injuries.
A Nuri helicopter with commandos tried to rescue Dr Ngu, 58, but the strong gusts created by the rotating blades shook the wreckage, causing it to plunge.
The injured doctor was flown out by to the RMAF base here before being taken to the Sarawak General Hospital at about 1.30pm, about four hours after the crash occurred.
Dr Ngu was later transferred to the Normah Medical Specialist Centre here, where he is based, in a critical condition.
The aircraft had taken off from Kuching at about 8.50am on a leisure flight to Sibu.


It is learnt that the duo decided to turn back after encountering bad weather. Villagers from the nearby Kampung Sungai Ladong said they heard two explosions in the air and saw the plane circling before crashing into the trees.
Monir Chi, 54, said he heard a third explosion when part of the plane crashed. He said he heard shouts for help from Dr Ngu, who was trapped in a section of the plane stuck in the braches.
"He was still in his seat and calling out for help when we arrived at the scene,” added the farmer, who alerted others to inform the police.


Total wreck: The search party with the wreckage of the aircraft found at Kg Ladong, Simunjan in Samarahan Division yesterday.
Monir said other villagers who made their way to the site on foot found Tiong on the ground seriously injured but still alive.
Simunjan OCPD Deputy Supt Choo Yin Kok confirmed that Kampung Sungai Ladong villagers were the first to alert police about the crash.
He said the crash site, which is near an oil palm plantation, was nearly an hour’s drive away from Simunjan town and a 4km walk through dense peat swamp forest.
He said 20 policemen and two officers were sent on a rescue mission.
Tiong’s friends, who were at the hospital, said his wife, who is in China on a holiday, and their three children who are overseas had been informed of the tragedy and were on their way back.
“He is an experienced pilot who has been flying light aircraft for about 10 years,” said one of his friends, who declined to be named.

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Malaysians will end up sleeping on the street too Unless Present BN Government Change

Indonesia is one of the world's richest countries in terms of natural resources.


God has blessed Indonesia with gold, uranium, copper, oil, timber, beaches, seas and other wealth. The land is fertile with abundant rain. Stick a twig into the ground and it grows into a tree.
Yet Indonesians sleep in the streets..

Food is expensive.. The average Indonesian eats some rice, tempe , tauhu and may be some vegetables for breakfast, lunch and dinner everyday. An average Nasi Padang meal for four persons in a single star Indonesian restaurant can cost RM60(160,000 Rupiah). This is way beyond the income of the average Joko or Ketut in Indonesia .
Why is this so ? The answer is because the ruling elites in Indonesia do not care about the people. They have pillaged the country. They craft policies that only serve to keep the elites in power and the wealthly. The same thing is happening in M'sia.
There are also millions of Indonesians who go to school and university but do not learn skills that can help them survive in the real world. They are very poor in European languages like English or Dutch. All their education is in Indonesian. So they cannot keep up with the latest developments and technologies. They cannot compete. They remain poor.


The children of the elite are sent overseas for their education.
Poverty In Indonesia:



Ø Poverty line : 130,499 rupiahs/month (urban) & 96,512 rupiahs/month (rural)
Ø Poverty rate : 18.2 % (38,4 millions people)
Ø Minimum wage : 631,554 rupiahs per month
Ø Unemployment rate : 9.06 %
Ø Foreign loan : US$ 176,5 billions (US$ 821 per capita)


An average Indonesian university graduate cannot bring world class skills to his employers. He or she therefore earns a pittance. This is happening in Malaysia . Bumiputra university graduates only strike it rich if they get Government jobs where they do not do much work but earn a good salary with a pension. In the private sector they may not get a job or earn only a pittance.

That is why 100,000 graduates remain unemployed in Malaysia .
Bumiputra university graduates are turning up for interviews as taxi drivers and shop assistants. What about those who flunk out after SPM ? They become Mat Rempits (Motorcycle Racers). Last Saturday I saw another Mat Rempit get killed at the road races in Shah Alam (near Section 7).
In Malaysia , just like in Indonesia , food is getting very expensive. But the wages and salaries of the people, especially the Malays, is not keeping up with the increase in prices.
Instead of developing the competitive ability of the people,the Government has been using the failed NEP to provide subsidies and dish out money on a plate.
Everything is subsidised, even cooking oil, flour, rice, sugar, fuel, etc.
The Government has been providing these subsidies so that the people will keep voting for the ruling party.
So it has never been to the Government's advantage to make the Malays independent. A Malay who is independent of the Government may not vote for the BN. It is therefore better to keep feeding with subsidies... So, for the past 50 years, everything has been subsidised.
But now with 27million people in the country of which more than half are Malays, subsidies are getting more expensive.
There is also much much more thievery and wastage by the BN elites in Malaysia . But there is no bottomless 'well' full of money.
Everything has its limits. The money will soon run out. Without the subsidies for cooking oil, sugar, flour and petrol, how are the people, especially the Malays, going to survive ? Already university graduates cannot find jobs or compete in the private sector. What happens when the oil money runs out ? What happens when (not if, but when) the Government cannot simply spend billions of oil money to sustain its voting base any longer? That is when we may see people sleeping in the streets, just like in Indonesia . If that happens this country will go up in flames. We will all be consumed.
In Indonesia , the Government has not mobilised its hundreds of millions of people (over 250 million Indonesians) with the competitive skills to grow enough food for themselves. Hence food is expensive. They do not even have simple survival skills like coming to work on time, organising themselves to do simple tasks, maintaining good hygiene and cleanliness and so on. They are poorly read and not informed about many things that are going on around the world. Their Government has failed in all these aspects. Hence the average Indonesian remains poor.
The same thing has happened in Malaysia . Our young people, especially the Malays, do not possess basic survival skills. We are not talking about competitive skills but just basic survival skills. The Government is not serious about giving them useful competitive skills either.
The Mat Rempits are being glorified by the politicians as saviours of the nation (Mat Cemerlang). Correction. they are drug users, gang rapists, snatch thieves and street fighters.
When an efficient Policewoman called Nooriyah Anvar was appointed Chief of Traffic Police she went after the Mat Rempits with a vengeance. Does anyone remember her? She confiscated their bikes on the spot. But soon the Mat Rempits called their political muscle and Nooriyah Anvar was kicked out. To date she holds the record of being the shortest serving Traffic Police Chief in Malaysia . She has been replaced by Senior Asst Comm (II) Datuk Hamza Taib.
So the Government is not serious about improving the position of the Malays.
It serves the Barisan Nasional Government to keep the Malays down and out. Then the Malays can go to the Government for crumbs. This way the ruling elites get to keep the whole loaf to themselves. Go and visit Indonesia . This is what is happening over there. It is happening over here too.
Does Malaysia have a problem ? Yes the Malays are not happy, the Chinese are not happy and the Indians are not happy.
They spoke out at the March 2008 polls and hope things will change for the better, now they have some oppositions who promised change.. The Malays are being duped by their corrupted leaders by using the religion, the Chinese and Indians are being marginalised by the ruling elites..
Let us all Malaysians wake up and fight the corrupt system for the benefit of everyone. Let us all unite and stand together and change the system for once and for all.
We are not Malays, Chinese or Indians, we are Malaysians. Malaysians May End Up Sleeping in the Street if no change is made to the present corrupt and very selfish system.

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