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Sunday, May 30, 2010

Double speak Najib ask public sacrifice but himself splurging

Najib Abdul Razak the hypocrite and forked tongue prime minister
Najib wants to cut subsidies asking Malaysia's long suffering citizens to tighten up belt and sacrifice but himself splurging on himself. Look at how he spent the rakyat's money on renting 8 aircrafts for his comfort when travelling (from Malaysia Today: The monthly Anti-ISA watch in London: A counter move to Malaysia’s image-polishing abroad)

This month, Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak was featured in an article in the Monocle - a global briefing covering international affairs, business, culture and design. The article featured the PM’s ‘comfortable’ but ‘not luxuriant’ official travel fleet that included 4 aeroplanes and 4 helicopters, one of them a customised 737 Boeing Business Jet.

Why the Malaysian PM needs a fleet of 8 aircraft remains a mystery. A few weeks ago, the New York Times carried a two page coloured spread, ‘welcoming the First Lady of Malaysia, Her Excellency Datin Paduka Seri Rosmah Mansor’ to New York. In a similar fashion, the tired 1970’s looking Malaysian Tourism Office in Trafalgar Square has in the last month undergone an overhaul and makeover, soon to open its spanking new doors to the hum of ‘Malaysia, Truly Asia’

And here is a little description extracted from Monocle which is subscription based:

With the country spread across two main land masses – peninsular Malaysia and the northern third of the island of Borneo – Malaysian prime minister Najib Razak's fleet of planes and helicopters is vital

Pakatan Rakyat traitors - guess who?

Syed Husin at the PKR (Parti Keadilan Rakyat or People's Justice Party) Congress at Kota Baru described various traitors who betrayed PR (Pakatan Rakyat) and gave the real reasons for them deserting PR but did not name names. Let us reproduce what he said and try to guess who they are. The image below courtesy of Malaysiakini will give you some clues:

Frogs: Pakatan Rakyat trators who betrayed their constituency

Traitor Number 1

"There is one, who was a gambling addict. He would go visit karaoke bars every night, had debts all over town including those with loan sharks. He had also wanted a high position in the state government. He made such a big hue and cry when he didn't get it, until the prime minister's aide called him gave a new party constitution (to set up his own party) to fight (Penang chief minister Lim Guan Eng). He was called to the disciplinary committee and he apologised to me personally. But just one day after that, he leaves the party"

My Guess: Tan Tee Beng, MP for Nibong Tebal.

Traitor number 2

"This man wanted to be the CEO of Kumpulan Darul Ehsan Berhad (KDEB) - an investment arm of the Selangor state government- which comes with a RM120,000 a month in salary. “At that time the Sultan of Selangor did not agree to it, and (the turncoat) became furious with the party and the ketua umum (PKR de facto leader Anwar Ibrahim). He also revealed that Anwar, who is also the Selangor economic adviser, had to arrange for a committee to interview him anyway, but one of the committee member had strong objections. It turns out that this committee member knows this party leader's entire history. (The turncoat) also told me that he was ready to earn only RM1. But he only told me this after his application was rejected by the committee. Why not tell the committee during the interview itself."

My guess: PKR former Secretary-General Sallehuddin Hashim who is not in the picture and also not an elected MP or ADUN.

Traitor number 3

An MP who had defected thought that he could have all the riches in the world as a lawmaker. I knew him, even before he joined the party. At that time, he was already rich with all his logging contracts, but he thought he could be richer as an MP. When he could not get what he had wanted, he started cursing at ketua umum in public. In his anger, it was easy for some to approach him and offer to him. So he left and betrayed the party even more,” said Syed Husin."

My guess: Zahrain Mohd Hashim, MP for Bayan Baru.

Malaysia crumbling under corrupt UMNO BN, Vote PR for good governance

Pyramid Malaysia crumble under UMNO BN ruleMalaysia under the current rule of the corrupt UMNO BN is disintegrating under the sheer weight of the many abuses, wanton wastages, and plain corruption which will take many pages to fully describe. However the video below and the time lapse series of photos on the left graphically describe what will happen to Malaysia if the Malaysia public does not wake up and continue to allow UMNO BN to robe and rape Malaysia to enrich themselves.

Malaysia voters must vote for Pakatan Rakyat (PKR of Parti Keadilan Rakyat, DAP or Democratic Action Party, PAS or Parti Islam Se-Malaysia and SNAP or Sarawak Nasional Party) to return them to Putrajaya (Federal power) to first enable them to undo all the unjust and wrong policies and systems plus help create a two-party system for proper check and balance.

As I had explained to an eligibke voter who have not registered as a voter, our Parliament and MPs are like her company board of director and company directors. If they mismanage the company, steal and set policies in the wrong direction, her company will eventually be bankrupt. And this is exactly the situation in Malaysia. The corrupt UMNO and BN Members of Parliament has mismanged and stole the rakyats money and that is why you have Idris Jala telling us that there is a possibility of Malaysia becoming bankrupt by 2019, just 1 year of Vision 2020 when Malaysia is supposed to become a developed country. What an irony.

Come on, Malaysians, let us not allow that to happen. A vote for BN is a vote for bankruptcy. A vote for PR (PKR DAP PAS SNAP) is a vote for good governance. Vote PR.

Video: Malaysia is crumbling. Don't let that happen

Sibu by-election review at Penang

There will be a multi-perspective review of the Sibu by-election This Sunday in Penang.

THE OBJECTIVES: to learn positive lessons for democracy from the Sibu by-elections from the experiences of those who have been there or are doing work related to Sibu by-election. Perspectives included are: political party, election observers, media and legal.

Organisers: Penang Chinese Journaist Association, Malaysian Voters Union(MALVU),
Date: May 30th (Sunday), Time: 7.30pm
Venue: 62 Weld Quay (2nd floor) (near Penang Ferry terminal, opposite Lee Jetty.)

1. Liew Chin Tong (DAP)
2. Kapten (bersara) Zambri, Election Director for PAS in Sibu(PAS)
3. Ong Boon Keong(Sibu Election Watchers(SEW) election observer)
4. Media rep : Joseph Sipalan (Malaysiakini) – my colleagues!!!
5. Cheah Kah Seng (Electoral roll analyst for Malaysian Voters Union -MALVU)

Enq. 013-5900339(Ong BK), Yi Chan (019-4150331); All welcome! Please forward to all your friends!

Location map of Weld Quay, The Clans Jetty

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Friday, May 28, 2010

Civil disorbedience press freedom night

There is going to be a Raja Petra in 'Tak Nak Potong' Night at the KLSCAH (Kuala Lumpur and Selangor Chinese Assembly Hall) (KLSCAH location map) tonight starting at 8pm and I am going. I think I will even join in the protests in various forms like, flash mobs or writing complaints send to the mainstream media.

Hope you guys and gals will join us in supporting this small contribution to press freedom either by your presence or by little act of civil disobedience like stop watching and reading the "propaganda" media (newspaper, TV radio) and switch off their TV sets for an hour from 8pm-9pm as well as refrain from buying newspapers today"

Raja Petra in 'Tak Nak Potong' Night
May 28, 10 11:42am
A coalition of pro-press freedom NGOs are planning a wake entitled the "528 Tak Nak Potong Night" today, to commemorate what they claim is the day that press freedom in Malaysia died.

The NGOs organising the event include the 528 Media Action Group, Writers' Alliance for Media Independence (WAMI), Centre for Independent Journalism (CIJ) and the Civil Rights Committee of the Kuala Lumpur-Selangor Chinese Assembly Hall (KLSCAH).
Self-exiled controversial blogger, Raja Petra Kamaruddin (right) himself is set to make a cameo pre-recorded video appearance, scheduled to "Speak Out and Loud" at tonight's anti-censorship festivities, according to the organisers.

The numbers 528 were picked, said the NGOs, to represent May 28, marking the takeover of Chinese dailies by Nanyang Press Holdings in 2001, effectively putting them under the thumb of the ruling coalition's Chinese based component party MCA, through its investment arm Huaren Holdings."

Something which was rinsed and repeated by Umno's takeover of the Malay daily Utusan Malaysia and its widely speculated indirect ownership of other mainstream media, most notably the News Straits Times and Berita Harian.

From then onwards, the groups claimed in an emailed press statement, the freedom of the mainstream media to report independently deteriorated further, culminating in Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak's tightened executive control over them during the Hulu Selangor and Sibu by-elections.

According to the statement, the 8pm event at the Jeffrey Cheah Hall in the KLSCAH building, will feature a special night of performance and screening of censored and banned materials including books, films and art work, or as the organiser labelled them, "potong" materials.

These include Amir Muhammad's controversial "18MP" video, former RTM producer Chou Z Lam's (left)axed Bakun documentary, Pusat Komas' "Selepas Tsunami" video seized by the government in Sibu, and Lim Sow Seng's "Lonely KL Press".

While banned publications showcased that night will include political cartoonist Zunar's "Gedung Kartun" and Wong Eng Leong's "Heaven of Demons".

Joining this are Sharon Chin's "Banned Books and Other Monsters" exhibition and Liew Teck Leong's exhibit on "Pull Out: Printing Presses and Publications Act 1984".

The night will also showcase thought-provoking artworks by Fahmi Reza, Five Arts Centre, Tan Hui Koon, Chai Chang Hwang, Satu Hulu Action Group and Teh Hong Seng.

'Propaganda' disobedience

The NGO have also issued an open invitation to the National Union of Journalists (NUJ) President Norila Daud, the Group Managing Director of Sinchew Media Group Liew Chen Chuan as well as journalists, editors and citizens of the Klang Valley to participate in a symbolic action of abolishing the infamous Printing Presses and Publications Act by removing a nail each from the "Pull Out: Printing Presses and Publications Act 1984" artwork.

As a form of protest against what they claim to be the heavy hand of government media censorship, the NGOs are also inviting the public to join in their fight via simple acts of civil disobedience.

Those unable to join the protests in various forms like, flash mobs or writing complaints send to the mainstream media were urged to stop watching and reading what they call "propaganda" media and switch off their TV sets for an hour from 8pm-9pm as well as refrain from buying newspapers today.

'Media complicity'

The group added that while May 3 is World Press Freedom Day and May is press freedom month, in Malaysia, the relevance of this day was reinforced by two exposés of self-censorship in TV stations, one after the other.

NTV7 censored Editor's Time, a current affairs programme, in reaction to a text message complaining about the show.

The former producer of the programme, Joshua Wong Ngee Choong, who resigned on April 20 over this self-censorship by NTV7, claimed that the text message was forwarded from the Prime Minister's Department to his supervisor.

Despite Wong's explanation that allegations in the complaint were baseless, the TV station placed restrictions on the programme.

No discussions on political issues or the coming Hulu Selangor by-election were allowed while opposition politicians were banned from the popular forum.

Just a week later, state owned TV channel TV2, axed a current affairs series after running the first couple of episodes.

The programme's producer Chou alleged that his 10-episode daily programme on the social and economic plight of indigenous people displaced by the Bakun Dam project, was shelved to prevent negative feedback ahead of a by-election in the state.

The NGOs contended that Chou's exposé paints a stark picture of media complicity to deprive the public of their right to information citing distress that in both cases, a by-election was cited as the excuse for abandoning discussion of current affairs. This goes against the public's right to be properly informed before discharging their duty to vote.

KLSCAH location map

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Thursday, May 27, 2010

Chou Z Lam's Bakun dam documentary - Angkasapuri lied

I have always held the opinion that many of the dastardly UMNO/BN politicians and the heads of Malaysian institutions or ministries frequently lie and their to the public. In the video below of an interview with Chou Z Lam, a journalist who was sacked because of his documentary on the Bakun dam, you will clearly hear him described how the Director-General, I assume of Angkasapuri, lied when questioned by reporters about the canning of his documentary. The Director-General said that there were only 2 episodes even though nobody sane can deny that Chou Z Lam's documentary comprises 10 episodes of which only 2 had been broadcasted before it was canned to avoid causing problems for SUPP/UMNO/BN in the Sibu by-election:

Pop TV makes fun of Najib "I help you, you help me"

#16 GLCs, Sime Darby & PM Najib's 'help you, help me' promise

That Effing Show

Monday, May 24, 2010

What does it mean to be a Malaysian

Haris Ibrahim talk about what it mean to be a Malaysian at the Church of Divine Mercy, Shah Alam in 10 parts:

Part 1

Part 2

Part 3

Part 4

Part 5

Part 6

Part 7

Part 8

Part 9

Part 10

Sunday, May 23, 2010

Najib committed election bribery or power abuse or misused government funds and facilities or all 3

Everyone should by now know Najib's "You help me, I help you, you no help me, I no help you" at BN's Rejang Park ceramah during the Sibu buy-election campaign. Everyone except idiots like the Election Commission's chairman agrees that Najib has committed election bribery. Another idiot, UMNO's legal counsel Datuk Hafarizam Harun Najib claimed that Section 10 of the Election Offences Act only applies to natural person and Najib is not a "natural person" (then perhaps Najib is a hantu or toyol). On a more serious note, he claimed that Najib represents the government when he among others told the Sibu voters - "Let's make a deal....." and thus Najib representing the Government is not subject to Section 10 of the Election Offences Act.

Now let me put it this way, that if Najib as the government bribed the voters, even if we accept that government is not included in Section 10 of the Election Offences Act which we do not accept, Najib will still be guilty of abuse of power and abuse/misuse of Government funds and facilities in campaigning in the Sibu (and Hulu Selangor buy-election). Either way, Najib has committed an offence, election briber and/or abuse of power and using Government facilities and funds for campaigning.

So folks, can we start the ball rolling and campaign to have Najib charged with either election bribery and/or using government facilities and funds to campaign.

Friday, May 21, 2010

Haris Ibrahim talk at Church of Divine Mercy

Kindly take note that Haris Ibrahim will be giving a talk on
'Are We A Nation In Crisis?'
which starts at 3 pm.
It finishes at 4 pm. There will be a tea break of half an hour.

Location map and address - Church of Divine Mercy

26, Jalan Pemaju U1/15
Section U1,
40150 Shah Alam

It is right next to Wisma CNI which Pick n' Brew is located:

Pick n' Brew (Glenmarie)
Wisma CNI, 2 Jalan U1/17, Seksyen U1,
Hicom-Glenmarie Industrial Park,
40000 Shah Alam‎ -

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Direction from Setia Jaya Komuter Station to Church of Divine Mercy Shah Alam

Setia Jaya Komuter Station is opposite Nanyang Siang Pau

Pick n' Brew, Wisma CNISetia Jaya Komuter station

1. Head west toward Lebuhraya Persekutuan 73 m
2. Merge onto Lebuhraya Persekutuan 1.5 km
3. Take the ramp to Jalan Lapangan Terbang Subang 300 m
4. Keep right at the fork to continue toward Jalan Lapangan Terbang Subang and merge onto Jalan Lapangan Terbang Subang 1.6 km
5. Slight left at Persiaran Kerjaya 3.6 km
6. Turn right at Jalan Pensyarah U1/28 500 m
7. Turn right at Jalan Pemaju U1/15

Destination will be on the left 600 m
Church of Divine Mercy
Pick n' Brew (Glenmarie) [next to Church of Divine Mercy]
Wisma CNI, 2 Jalan U1/17,
Seksyen U1, Hicom

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Simplified location Church of Divine Mercy Shah Alam

Simplified location map Church of Divine Mercy Shah Alam

Thursday, May 20, 2010

Imelda Marcos Award for Services to Global Shopping and Hairdressing etc

Read how Dean Johns ridicule the Malaysian Mass Media, Zainuddin Maidin (Zam), Rosmah Mansur (so called First Lady of Malaysia wins the Imelda Marcos Award for Services to Global Shopping and Hairdressing), Musa Hassan (the worst IGP (Inspector General of Police whom Malaysians cannot wait to be put to pasture)

BN's booby prizes
Dean Johns

You have to hand it to Barisan Nasional. However morally, ethically, intellectually and politically bankrupt this corrupt coalition and its cronies are, they always somehow manage to deny, lie and buy their way out of trouble.

But this time-tested strategy seems to be working less well these days. Voters are apparently sick of being bribed with their own money.

Even with the collusion of the craven Electoral Commission, BN has 'won' just three of eight buy-elections since the March 2008 general election.

And the BN propaganda machine, that previously all-powerful engine of secrecy, deception and spin, seems to be seriously on the blink.

The circulations of the so-called 'mainstream' newspapers are falling as fast as their credibility, to judge by all the free copies they have to give out, and rumoured management upheavals at Star, the fake 'people's paper'.

But surely the most telling sign that BN's publicity is in dire straits has been its hiring of the Israeli-owned public relations and lobbying organisation, Apco Worldwide.

And as if that wasn't hypocrisy enough on the part of the Zionist-hating BN government, now it's trying to punish Anwar Ibrahim for alleging that its ludicrous 1Malaysia slogan is a replay by Apco of a decade-old political party motto, 'OneIsrael'.

Meanwhile, no doubt on the advice and with the assistance of Apco, BN has upped the ante from censoring, twisting and otherwise perverting the news to actually inventing its very own good-news events.

First, back in March, came the so-called Press Club-Naza Awards, a prize-giving apparently invented to provide Najib Abdul Razak with an opportunity to praise the pariahs of Malaysia's mainstream press.

He lauded them, as you'll recall, for playing their part in “symbiotic relationship” that he deemed “absolutely critical to the future and Malaysia's development as a nation”, then flew in the face of shameful reality by proclaiming that “I, for one, believe that the Malaysian media is something that we can all be proud of”.

And now, as if praising the press and presenting it with booby prizes for so pathetically prostituting itself in the service of its paymasters wasn't enough, now BN has handed an award to a notorious oppressor of the press, Zainuddin Maidin (or Zam as he calls himself).

A former minister for information, in other words misinformation, Zam was handed the Eminent Malay Award at Umno's recent 64th anniversary celebrations for his 'contribution to journalism and politics'.

Official 'news' agency Bernama, itself a disgrace to the very idea of 'journalism', quoted him as saying on receipt of his award that Umno leadership had given meaning to his life as it had enabled him to achieve glory which he had never dreamed of.

"By the grace of God, I scaled the heights of what I had not sought after from my early beginning as a journalist. I never expected to become a chief editor, then to become a senator,” he gushed.

That Zam could consider himself to have “scaled the heights” is a shocking illustration of the depths of self-deception into which BN and its accomplices are capable of sinking. As, indeed, is the presentation of an Eminent Malay Award to a man who is allegedly as mixed-race as that eminent Malaysian, Dr Mahathir Mohamad is said to be.

Suspicious advertisement

But the award, however weird, was nothing compared with the biggest booby prize of all that BN has given, or arranged to be given, to Najib's wife, Rosmah Mansor.

According to Koh Lay Chin of The Nut Graph, an anonymous advertising agency paid an estimated RM10 million on behalf of the Malaysian government for a colour double spread in the New York Times congratulating Rosmah on receiving an 'International Peace and Harmony Award' from an organisation called the Business Council for International Understanding.

This extremely suspicious ad called Rosmah 'Malaysia's First Lady', welcomed her to New York, then delivered the false and fawning message: 'In recognition of your effort to promote peace, harmony and understanding among the people of Malaysia and your courageous acts in making a difference to the lives of people and children around the world. Malaysia is proud of you.'

The signature line 'Best wishes from family and friends in USA and Malaysia' gave no clue that, as is clearly the case, the boobies that actually paid for this fake 'honour' were the First Lady's loving subjects, the Malaysian people.

Nor did the ad anywhere provide even the slightest hint as to what Rosmah had allegedly done to 'promote peace, harmony or understanding among the Malaysian people' beyond uniting them in detestation of her pathological sense of self-importance.

As for her 'courageous acts in making a difference to the lives of people and children around the world', what kind of boobies does BN take the rest of humanity for?

From what I or anyone else I know has seen, the only kind of 'honour' Rosmah is remotely qualified for would be something like the Imelda Marcos Award for Services to Global Shopping and Hairdressing. Or, to pick up on a blog comment by My2cen, the Donald Trump Trophy for Conspicuous Display of Narcissistic Personality Disorder.

But reality is too much to hope for. And as BN and its accomplices become increasingly desperate to deceive themselves and enough of their dwindling support-base into believing they can survive, we can probably expect them and their PR operatives to invent lots more preposterous prizes.

For example, what about The Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Award for Clean and Non-Violent Policing for Musa Hassan (left, the IGP under whose watch a teenager was shot and detainees tortured some till death)? The Kim Jong-il Cup for Press Freedom and Truth for the editors of the mainstream media? Or even the Robert Mugabe Medal for Clean Elections and Good Governance for Najib himself?

The possibilities are endless. And the best thing about it all is that, the more of such boo-boos that these BN boobies make, the closer they get to awarding the Malaysian people the ultimate prize, the long-overdue collapse of their rotten regime.

DEAN JOHNS, after many years in Asia, currently lives with his Malaysian-born wife and daughter in Sydney, where he mentors creative writing groups. His columns for Malaysiakini have been published as 'Mad about Malaysia', 'Even Madder about Malaysia' and 'Missing Malaysia'.

Source: Malaysiakini

Wednesday, May 19, 2010

What it means to be Malay 1st, Malaysian 2nd.

What it means to be Malay 1st, Malaysian 2nd.

When a Malay, Chinese and Indian, all Malaysians, apply for:-
1) Scholarships, Malays will get it first irrespective of bright Malaysians

2) Entry to the local universities and best courses such medicine, dentistry, law, Malays will get it first irrespective of quality.

3) Residential hostels, Matriculation courses, MARA Uni, Malays will get 90% to 100%. (By the way, matriculation exams are internally set by own lecturers - about thousands of straight A’s students in Matriculation compared to the straight A’s STPM which are few. This is “Malay meritocracy vs Malaysian meritocracy”!

4) Social Welfare, Malays will get it first irrespective of how poor the Malaysian rakyat is

5) Business Contracts, Malays will get it first irrespective of who can offer the best value, quality and unblemished track record. Even when blacklisted, Malay associations have the right to complain because the rakyat owes them a living.

6) Sharing of wealth and equity, IPOs, ASB, Malays will get it first. Even with ASB for Malays give higher returns and principal guaranteed capped at RM200K instead of other bonds for Malaysians with lower yield capped at RM50K. This will be ongoing. Why Malays cannot reach 30% equities? Statistics are manipulated so that valuation of shares are based on par value (Imagine valuing CIMB, Maybank, Sime darby etc at par value of RM1.00 instead of market value of RM12 etc. Malaysians must accept these assumptions or make sure this is hidden or else priviledges are gone..!! )

7) Low cost houses, lands, houses even bungalows, Malays will get it first because they are the supreme race and the rest of Malaysians are immigrants. Quotas for Malays are 30% to 50% with steep discounts to be subsidized by the rest of the Malaysians.

8) Important Senior management jobs, CEO positions in government linked companies, Malays will get it first irrespective of the best qualified and most capable Malaysian candidates.

9) Government linked positions, civil positions, nurses and teachers training, Malay will get first irrespective whether they are qualified

10) Religious land for worship or terms of God, Malays own it and the rest must obey.

11) Demonstrations, freedom of expressions, racial blurs, Malays can have their say, others under ISA…
Now you know why it is Malay 1st, Malaysian 2nd. Education, welfare, economic, business policies are to benefit Malay first then Malaysian 2nd. The rest of the rakyat, who works hard, contribute to nation building will continue to be Malaysians 2nd..

So it is not so difficult to understand if a Malay Indonesian Badminton player is paying against a Chinese or Indian Malaysian, those who subscribe Malay 1st, Malaysians 2nd will cheer for the Malay badminton player. When there is a citizenship application of a Malay Indonesian and a qualified non Malay, the Malay Indonesian will get it irrespective of merits.

That is why we have Malay is 1st class other Malaysians 2nd class. This is the only country that has racism and special rights enshrined in the constitutions because Malay is supreme.

So if you have the opportunity to migrate to be treated fairly and justly, why stay? Malaysians 2nd means you will always be an immigrant. Why become an immigrant with 2nd class rights when other countries are willing to give you the same rights.

1Malaysia to appease Malaysians 2nd class hope until the elections…

Wise UP Malaysians! Vote wisely.




Khoo Kay Peng speaks out..

Can Najib Walk his Talk? So far, the judgment is NO.

Again the saying pertaining to this,

Your actions is so loud (not walking your talk) that I cannot hear what you are saying (all your speeches are for nothing)

NEM, NEP, Perkasa & Malay First, Malaysian Second: Time is Running Out for PM Najib
PM Najib is forced to go back to the Barisan old script when he was asked to react on his deputy statement that he was "Malay 1st, Malaysian 2nd".

Najib defended his deputy, "Being a Malay doesn't mean that you are against 1Malaysia or you don't think like a Malaysian." "Similarly, if you are a Malaysian Chinese, it doesn't mean that you don't think like a Malaysian or subscribe to the concept of 1Malaysia," he said.

Najib's knee-jerk reaction on Muhyiddin's statement unmasks his own understanding about nation building and the 1Malaysia concept.

The lack of national affinity and shared destiny is the main obstacle for 1Malaysia. It is sad to note that the 1Malaysia founder himself does not share the vision of nationhood and citizenship. If Najib does not trust his own nation building agenda, he should not have misused the name, Malaysia.
1Malaysia is not consistent with Ethnicity 1st, Nationality 2nd.

We cannot blame Muhyiddin for his lack of national identity because nation building was not featured in the Barisan rule over the last 5 decades. Barisan is an antithesis to 1Malaysia and nation building. The most important element in a nation building project is to outlaw racial discrimination. Barisan is the epitome of racism and racially based politics.

Najib cannot remain coy and silent on the demands, attacks and allegations made against the Chinese community, in particularly, by Perkasa.

Interestingly, a politician such as Ibrahim Ali needed racism to resurrect his career. Of course he is enjoying the media limelight at the moment. At the Aljazeera interview, he lambasted "If these people say that they are second-class citizens, don't talk s**t! Don't talk s**t! I repeat three times, don't talk s**t!"

"We, the Malays have forgiven them a lot, we have sacrificed a lot of our interests," he added.

I would like Ibrahim to clarify what interests?

It appears that Muhyiddin is now clamouring to ride on Perkasa's wave by declaring that he is "Malay 1st" and "Malaysian 2nd".

Regardless of the publicity stunt and damage control, Najib knows that his defence of Muhyiddin and his statement is going to tear his concept to pieces.

His administration is dragging its feet on the NEM details and mechanism. It makes us wonder if there is any meat at all in NEM.

Time is running out for him. Another talk but no walk is going to put him on the same pedestal as Abdullah Badawi.

Najib should state his stand on Perkasa and Ibrahim Ali's disrespect for non-Malay citizens. They (Najib, Muhyiddin and Ibrahim) should remember that their salaries and perks are paid by Malaysians of all races. Not by the Malays only.
Posted by Khoo Kay Peng

God Bless You

Warmest Regards

Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Haris - you could have been that David

The period before the March 8 2008 Malaysian 12th elections was depressing. The corrupt and power abusing UMNO/BN was perceived as all powerful and invincible. While the major objectives of those hoping for a positive change for Malaysia was to deny the blasted UMNO/BN its traditional two-third majority in the Malaysian Parliament, all of us had only a glimmer of hope. It was not easy for the opposition political parties to field candidates of caliber as most perceived the chances of winning to be very slim plus there is no real monetary rewards even if one wins.

So it was with this backdrop that when I heard of the possibility of Billi Lim contributing to a four-corner contest for the Bukit Bintang constituency, I arranged for a meeting hoping to dissuade him and that if he still wants to contest, to try to work out something with the opposition parties (Interview: Billi Lim, candidate for Bukit Bintang Parliamentary Constituent).

I now know that Bernard Khoo of Zorro Unmasked too did the same thing per: Wee Choo Keong, but he succeeded while I failed. See Sibu Wong can replace Wangsa Maju Wee:

Over many rounds at the National Press Club prior to March 8, 2008 I (Bernard) amongst others have dissuaded him to enter the fray forcing a three-cornered fight in Bukit Bintang. Good sense prevailed and he agreed to contest under PKR in Wangsa Maju.

Well, Wee Choo Keong got elected, but has ended up deserting and betraying Pakatan Rakyat and the people who supported and voted for him.

Thus when I read Haris Ibrahim's It’s about doing what is right, and being prepared to pay the price where he compared the contest between the resource poor Pakatan Rakyat and the literally filthy rich SUPP and BN to the well know Biblical story of David and Goliath, it reminded me a a spat between me and Haris when I was with his civil initiative "People's Parliament: Get a MP" when I learned of his intention to encourage independent candidates to contest in the already difficult to win 12th general elections. I then suggested the same thing that I had suggested to Billi Lim and Bernard had suggested to Wee Choo Keong, that is, to try to work with the opposition parties instead of sponsoring independents which have slim chances of winning plus end up splitting the votes of those hoping for positive changes. Haris accused me of being a DAP recruiting agent when all I had wanted was to avoid multi-sided contests.

It occurred to me that had we been able to reason without getting hot and upset, Haris Ibrahim could have been that David instead of that frog Wee Choo Keong. Well, I sincerely hope that Haris has put that incident behind and have forgiven me for blurting out something that I should not have.

Protest support Chou Z Lam sacked Bakun documentary


We the 528 Media Action Group,WAMI & CIJ, urge members of the public, political parties and NGOs to participate in a demonstration at RTM in response to the sacking of Chou Z Lam, who produced a documentary about the impact of Bakun Dam on indigenous people. Chou was sacked after he made public that his documentary was axed and that his superior in RTM has told him that “it would have negative impact on the (just-concluded) Sibu by-election”.

Please join us to make a stand that political interference into media industry, particularly in state broadcaster running on taxpayer money is unjustifiable!

Date : 19th May 2010 (Wed)
Time : 11:00am
Venue : RTM, Angkasapuri.
Organizers : *528 Media Action Group, WAMI & CIJ

Email :
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Facebook :!/group.php?gid=122474034436151&ref=ts
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Note : 528 Media Action Group was formed after the resignation of NTV7 senior producer Joshua Wong and the revelation by Chou Z Lam, TV2 producer on interferences in newsroom. We had jointly organized a series of flash mob, distribution of flyer with WAMI and CIJ in support of Wong & Chou. Our coming up event is “Malam Tak Nak Potong 528″ that has the support of 13 civil society groups. Coordinator is Ng Yap Hwa.

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Monday, May 17, 2010

Najib guilty election bribery - Pekan by-election

Najib Abdul Razak was found guilty of election bribery and jailed 3 years plus fined RM100,000. This is what he said in the Sibu by-election ceramah at Rajang Park (video). Because of the conviction for election bribery, Najib lost his Pekan Member of Parliament seat and the EC has declared that the Pekan seat is now vacant and that nomination for a by-election will be June 16 while the by-election itself will be on
Sunday June 27.

Sadly, the chances of that happening (Najib prosecuted for election bribery) is not too good because we have a good-for-nothing EC (Election Commission), a good-for-nothing MACC and a good-for-nothing AG (Attorney General) Ghani Patil.

But read the transcript of what he offered the Sibu electorate below:

I want to make a deal with you. Boleh tak. Can we have a deal? Can we have an understanding or not? OK the understanding is quite simple. You help me, I help you. Ini bukan tipu. Because Hulu Selangor, you read in the papers. I gave this, I made this deal with the people in Hulu Selangor. They wanted 3 million ringgit for a Chinese school. New bangunan (building). I said to them: "Barisan Nasional wins on Sunday, on Monday I will ask a cheque to be prepared. They said yes. When we won on Sunday, Monday I called, prepare the cheque. Wednesday I delivered the cheque.

It does not require a lawyer to be able to see that Najib has clearly committed election bribery. Even a schoolboy can tell that. Here is the Lion of Gelugor Karpal Singh, a highly respected lawyer confirming that Najib has committed election bribery (video below):

Ibrahim Ali Perkasa Sarawak leave Malaysia

Since Ibrahim Ali of Perkasa and other racists like him is so fond of telling other to leave Malaysia, why not Ibrahim Ali also ask SARAWAK the state, to leave the Federation of Malaysia since Sarawak was "not grateful" (wonder grateful for what? For robbing Sarawakians of timber and oil and only return a paltry percentage? For disturbing their racial harmony? etc. etc.) Read what one commentator said at Malaysiakini: Bribery no longer work for BN

Kumara Ibrahim: Ibrahim Ali, please state that the Sarawakians are ungrateful and Sarawak should get out of Malaysia, let this be seconded by Dr Mahathir Mohamad. With Perkasa's panel of brilliant economic and financial strategists, coupled with Mahathir's know-how, we do not need Sarawak's petrol money.

Sunday, May 16, 2010

Proof Najib Abdul Razak election bribery

Here is clear cut proof that Najis Abdul Razak committed election bribery for MACC and Election Commission of Malaysia to act:

The incriminating speech start from video at time 54 second onward Youtube taskbar buttons play sound volume time. Transcript:

I want to make a deal with you. Boleh tak. Can we have a deal? Can we have an understanding or not? OK the understanding is quite simple. You help me, I help you. Ini bukan tipu. Because Hulu Selangor, you read in the papers. I gave this, I made this deal with the people in Hulu Selangor. They wanted 3 million ringgit for a Chinese school. New bangunan (building). I said to them: "Barisan Nasional wins on Sunday, on Monday I will ask a cheque to be prepared. They said yes. When we won on Sunday, Monday I called, prepare the cheque. Wednesday I delivered the cheque. I want you to know that when we give our word, we "honor" (this is honour of thieves, corrupted and robbers) our word. We "honor" our commitment. Tak payah janji nak tentu lagi. I don't want to make promises, and you shouldn't listen to people who make promises. You not sure if they will deliver the promises or not. But if you want your problem of Rajang Park to be resolved. I make the same deal with the committee of Rejang Park, boleh tak? Boleh? If you deliver me Robert Lau on Sunday, on Monday I will ask the cheque to be prepared. Boleh tak? This is our deal tonight. Robert Lau becomes Ahli Parliament on Sunday night, Monday I will ask the cheque to be prepared. I don't know how much it cost. 3 million? 5 million. Wah tadi sudah naik eh? Tadi kata 3 million. Now 5 million. Five kah? Boleh kah? But you must make sure Robert Lau menang dulu (win first). Boleh? OK lah. Robert menang, I ask the cheque to be prepared on Monday. I promise you, because always, I never fail to deliver on my promise. So I want you to know that this is the government that "cares for the people" (if you Najis really cares, you will stop your thieving, corrupting ways and deliver us a clean and incorruptible government). This is the government that will fight for the people....... You mahu 5 juta, wa mahu Robert Lau menang. You tak payah keluar duit (You need not bring out money). Wa akan keluar duit (I will bring out the money {hey bastard that is not your money. That is our [public] money).....

Najib Abdul Razak - bareface liar cum briber

Najis Abdul Razak made a last minute plea to the Sibu voters: “If Robert Lau becomes the MP on Sunday, on Monday I will ask the cheque to be prepared. Do we have a deal or not? We do! You want the RM5 million, I want Robert Lau to win,"

And then when questioned: “I came a few days ago and I felt like Chinese New Year because I have been giving out ang pows, But it is not because of by-election, but because we are listening to you,” said Najib.

Look how shameless is this bareface liar. The earlier statement clearly dealt with the "buy election" but he can lie the next minute without blinking.

Saturday, May 15, 2010

Najib - Father of gambling, mother of corruption

Najib bapa judi or father of gambling

Najib Abdul Razak, nickname Najis or Malay for Shit now has earned the "distinction" of being labeled BAPA JUDI NEGARA or the NATIONAL FATHER OF GAMBLING by granting that Father of political frogs Vincent Tan a license to operate legally sports betting. He had also cried 1Malaysia, People First Performance Now, pledge to fight corruption. Asked to be given a chance? Do you believe him? Would you give him that chance?

I say bullocks, shit to you, you bloody liar cakap tak serupa bikin (action not corresponding to words) bare face liar. Say one thing, do another. He committed election bribery (CORRUPTION) in the recent Hulu Selangor "buy election" (If BN win, come to my office. I will write a check. If BN lose, no need to come).

Here on the eve of the Sibu by-election, he again committed election (CORRUPTION) by announcing "“I want to make a deal with you. Can we have an understanding or not?” Najib asked some 1,000 people who attended a public rally at the residential area.

“The understanding is quite simple. I help you, you help me. If Robert Lau becomes the MP on Sunday, on Monday I will ask the cheque to be prepared,”

Bloody Najis Abdul Razak, the Mother of Corruption.

Selepas Tsunami (After March 08)

PDRM (Polis Diraja Malaysia or Royal Malaysia Police) is acting as the lapdog of the corrupt and power abusing UMNO/BN again. They are now again used by UMNO to prevent DVDs titled "Selepas Tsunami" or "After the Tsunami" from reaching voters for the Sibu by-election tomorrow. Please direct as many to view the video online below or if it is possible to download the video, please help burn DVDs to distribute to as many people in Sibu as possible. And check back later to see if I have posted the transcript later:

Selepas Tsunami (After the Tsunami) from Pusat KOMAS on Vimeo.

Alternatively, view the video over a KOMAS: Selepas Tsunami (After the Tsunami)

OK here are the transcript which I will upload as and when available. Any errors please help correct by leaving comments:

DUN (Dewan Undang Negara) Selangor siasat jutaan wang Balkis.

Teng Chang Khim: ..ya pergi buat apa? Sebab ....

State firms settled Balkis' bills
Khir Toyo's visit to Disneyland costs RM1.8 million

Azmin: Pengurusi (Khir Toya) dia bawa isteri, bawa 3 anak, tiket kelas pertama, hotel kelas pertama
(The chairman brought his wife, three children....)

Bayaran melibatkan bayaran yang besar. 6 ratus ribu.....
(The amount was big. RM600,000

Haris Ibrahim: Keputusan Pilihanraya Umum keduabelas bukan hanya melibatkan perubahan 4 Kerajan Negeri atau kehilangan dua pertiga majoriti Parliament. Dia juga membawa berbagai amalan yang tidak wujud yang nampak selbelum ini. Ini dirasakan oleh rakyat kali pertama. Klip yang tadi adalah perbicaraan yang siasatan oleh perbadanan, Komiti Khursus untuk Kecekapan, Ketangungjawapan dan Ketelusan atau SELCAT. Melaluli SELCAT juga Syarikat-syarikat negeri dipaksan dedehkan maklumat kewangan kepada rakyat. Juga buat kali pertama, rakyat diberitahu pebelanjaan terperinci yang dibuat oleh Majlis-majlis perbandaran. Kini masyarakat minority tidak lagi dipinggir.

(The 12th General Elections did not only result in the change of four state governments, or the loss of Barisan Nasional's two-third majority in Parliament. The election also brought along practices never seen before by the people. But is now experienced by the people for the first time. What you saw just now was a hearing in ..... It was held before a body called the Special Committee on Efficiency, Accountability and Transparency or SELCAT. Through SELCAT, government-linked companies were forced to reveal their financial information to the public. For the first time, the people are also informed of expenses made by the local councils. The minorities too are not longer neglected)

Friday, May 7, 2010

Malaysian Maverick book: Reception celebrate entry Malaysia

There will be a reception to celebrate the entry of the book, Malaysian Maverick: Mahathir Mohamad in turbulent times to Malaysia at the Tropicana Golf and Country Club Resort on May 20, 2010

Location map, Tropicana Golf and Country Club Resort, Petaling Jaya

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This book, although not banned, was held up by the Malaysian authorities for a long time until it was released sometime in April 23, 2010: (Malaysian Maverick, the book, released to public)

Wednesday, May 5, 2010

UMNO BN patronage misuse public fund

Look at what the perpetuation of the patronage system by UMNO BN is doing to our country. Because UMNO BN allowed the Chief Minister of Sarawak to plunder the riches of the State, he can afford the wanton wastage of RM10 million for an advertisement in the New York Times to aggrandized the wife of Prime Minister Najib Razak - Rosmah Mansur.

The advert below, inserted in The New York Times, costs about RM10 million, artwork and all, and was paid for by the Chief Minister of Sarawak’s business outfit:

ad in New York Times that named Rosmah falsely as First Lady of Malaysia
Full page advertisement in New York Times wasted to aggrandize wife of Najib Razak

In actual fact, the first among all Malaysian women (First Lady) is the wife of the Agong, the Raja Permaisuri Agong, not the wife of the Prime Minister. Rosmah has falsely snatched the title of the Raja Permaisuri Agong. This is how the money of Malaysia is being squandered by the current ruling government of Malaysia.

For any real reforms for the better, UMNO BN must be evicted from Federal power - Putrajaya.

Saturday, May 1, 2010

Najib Razak committed election bribery - result null and void

EC chairman Aziz Yusof was quoted in the Sin Chew Press dated April 29 as having said: "The important criterion is that at the time of granting the allocation, whether the electorate were asked for their votes as trade off.

Najib Razak campaigned for the Barisan Nasional candidate in Rasa and approved RM3 million for rebuilding Rasa Chinese Primary School but with one big condition. Najib publicly declared: “If we win this by-election, you can come to Kuala Lumpur the next day to look for me. I will write a personal letter to approve the money and it will be transferred to the school board’s account. If we lose, don’t have to come.”

There you are Aziz Yusof, Najib's offer of 3 million is conditional on BN winning the election. Will you now declare the election result null and void and make Zaid Ibrahim the rightful winner instead. Plus charge Najib for bribery.

And MACC. Will you also throw the book at Najib for bribery? Najib has openly committed bribery under Section 10 of the Election Offences Act 1954, the punishment for which under Section 11 is maximum jail of 2 years and fine of RM5,000, in addition to being barred from elections for 5 years.

Source: MACC’s latest and greatest test – dare it investigate the Prime Minister whether he had violated Election Offences Act 1954 for RM3 million electoral bribery in Hulu Selangor by-election?

Zaid's gallant endeavour to salvage the electoral system