Sep 13, 2008

The Warning of Ops Lalang 2


A blogger, journalist and politician have been detained under ISA. Police said that arrest was made under Section 73(1) of the Act. I believe these arrests made due to the plan of power transition of opposition. This incident could be similar to Operasi Lalang 1987. Internal Security Act which allows for the arrest of any person without the need for trial in certain defined circumstances. Before this, ISA used to detain opposition leaders who constantly against the government.

Political analysis insisted that they worried about BN which ashamed in March 8 General Election and currently facing the threat of Anwar’s take over plan is now organising new strategies to stop Opposition’s efforts to form new federal government. BN may launch a mass arrest of the opposition leaders toward their political survival.

PM who received pressure from UMNO leaders to hand over power earlier than which scheduled in the middle 2010, forced to use this strategy to stop the political progress of opposition. The use of ISA also creates fear among Malaysia who still haunted by May 13 riots and Ops Lalang, the mass arrest to crack down opposition leaders and social activist.

ISA opposed by most of the Non Government Organisations (NGO) and human rights activist. They urge the law repealed to respect the human rights. Opposition leader Anwar stated that the use of ISA for detention without trial is totally against the human rights and labeled it as “Brutal and No Ground”.

I urge all Malaysians including Malay, Chinese, Indian, Sabahan, Sawarakians and etc. Please stay united in whatever situation and don’t provoke each other to worsen the current Nation’s condition. It’s important to calm on the sarcasm by the government to avoid the emergency ordinance that they are waiting for. I believe they are forced to announce the ordinance due to the pressure that being received so far.

கூடி வாழ்ந்தாள் கோடி நன்மை



Sep 12, 2008

Three Arrests In A Row Under Internal Security Act (ISA) Today

UPDATED ON 13 SEPT 2008 (00:22):


Yesterday the Cabinet ordered the ban on Malaysia Today lifted. Today the police arrested its editor, Raja Petra Kamaruddin. The Government is using the mighty and dreadful Internal Security Act(ISA). Raja Petra Kamaruddin has been detained under the Internal Security Act(ISA) in his house at aroud 1.10pm. He was arrested with 10 police personnel who arrived at his home in Sungai Buloh.

His wife Marina Lee Abdullah received a 'notis penangkapan' of Raja Petra from Chief Inspector Azrin Abu Bakar. The stated reason of detention of Raja Petra was

"...penulis telah menyiarkan rencana-rencana di laman web memburukkan kepimpinan negara dan menghina kesucian agama Islam sehingga menimbulkan kekeliruan kepada rakyat..."



Sin Chew Daily journalist Tan Hoon Cheng has been arrested today under the Internal Security Act at 8.30pm at her home in Bukit Mertajam, Penang. She had been arrested for reporting Ahmad Ismail's seditious speech at a Permatang Pauh by-election ceramah on August 23 that the Chinese in Malaysia are “squatters” in the country and which resulted in a nation-wide political crisis.


She becomes the third person to be detained under the prevention law today.

Who's next?

Taiwan Educational Trip or Malaysia Parliament Budget Debate?


The BN Backbenchers were indeed all smiling heading to Taiwan. The Deputy PM approved the “educational trip” for them. They stressed that it was nothing wrong to go for such a trip as long as it was productive. The Parliament sitting was adjourned on Aug 29 after the tabling of the budget. It will resume with debate of the said budget on Oct 13. The Parliament was adjourned because of fasting month.

The budget for 2009 a record budget amounting to RM205.9 billion relative to RM176.9 billion which was budgeted for 2008 last year. While everyone was expecting an expansionary budget in the light of a global economic slowdown, the very substantial increase of 16.4% raises the question of the Government's efficiency and effectiveness. So there are more vital issues about budget required to be debated now. Rather than the trip to waste people’s money for the “education trip” to Taiwan, they can sit along with PR opposition MPs to argue on the people’s economic problems.

This rapid expansion of operational expenditure has deprived the country of sizable funds for development expenditure which has greater economic multiplier effects. It has also resulted in a larger than necessary deficit in our budget, which leaves no surplus for our future generation. If this trend were to continue, our economy will be certainly at the risk of collapse in the near future.

Several years back, meeting was held during the fasting month. Then, it was scheduled as “break for fasting month". Parliament used to meet on fasting month, now they are making it possible for an “educational trip” during this period but not possible for Parliament to meet to debate the budget. Which one is important? Taiwan trip or Budget Debate?

Sep 11, 2008



The September 11 attacks (often referred to as 9/11) were a series of coordinated suicide attacks by al-Qaeda upon the United States on September 11, 2001. On that morning, terrorists affiliated with al-Qaeda hijacked four commercial passenger jet airliners. The hijackers intentionally crashed two of the airliners into the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center in New York City, killing everyone on board and many others working in the building, causing both buildings to collapse within two hours, destroying at least two nearby buildings and damaging others. The hijackers crashed a third airliner into the Pentagon. The fourth plane crashed into a field near Shanks ville in rural Somerset County, Pennsylvania, after passengers and members of the flight crew on the fourth aircraft attempted to retake control of their plane, which was heading for Washington, D.C. There are no known survivors from any of the flights.

Excluding the 19 hijackers, 2,974 people died in the attacks. Another 24 are missing and presumed dead. The overwhelming majority of casualties were civilians, including nationals of over 90 different countries. In addition, the death of at least one person from lung disease was ruled by a medical examiner to be a result of exposure to dust from the World Trade Center's collapse, as rescue and recovery workers were exposed to airborne contaminants following the buildings' collapse.


The United States responded to the attacks by declaring a War on Terrorism, launching an invasion of Afghanistan to depose the Taliban, who had harbored al-Qaeda terrorists, and enacting the USA PATRIOT Act. Many other nations also strengthened their anti-terrorism legislation and expanded law enforcement powers. Stock exchanges closed for almost a week, and posted enormous losses upon reopening, especially in the airline and insurance industries. The economy of Lower Manhattan ground to a halt, as billions of dollars in office space was damaged or destroyed.

The damage to the Pentagon was cleared and repaired within a year, and a small memorial was built on the site. Rebuilding the World Trade Center site has proven more difficult, with controversy over possible designs as well as the pace of construction. The selection of the Freedom Tower for the site has drawn extensive criticism, forcing the abandonment of some parts of the project.

source: wikipedia

Sep 10, 2008

No Efforts Towards Racial Unity?

From the racist teacher, permatang pauh by-election racial banners to the recently Ahmad Ismail's racial remarks against Malaysian Chinese awere very much spoilt the mood of celebrating National Day. Malaysia's unity getting worst with the several incidents may cause riots between races. Why no proper action taken on those who constantly playing racial cards in our Malaysian secular community? All this issues would have been solved with the abolishment of racial politics and more to “mix-raced” politics. All political parties and NGOs leaders need to stop divide people along racial lines and threat every citizen fairly without discrimination or intimidation. I hope federal government will act soon before the matters become out of control.

The Racist Teacher

A female history teacher from SMK Teluk Panglima Garang, Selangor, Malaysia had allegedly called Indian students in a Form Four and a Form Five class ‘keling pariah’, ‘Negro’, ‘black monkeys’ as well as other derogatory names. The teacher had also purportedly said that ‘Indians came from dogs’ and the community members were stupid and prone to thuggery and thievery. The police reports also alleged that the teacher had said that Indians were the ‘children of prostitutes’ and the community’s youths ‘did not have testicles’ on July 17 and 22, and had also purportedly beaten up some Indians students.

Permatang Pauh By-Election

Look at the picture below. What's your comment about that? Well, I’m not blaming any political party, but just pointing out why these people still given opportunity to play sensitive matters in the election campaign. Again, we have to blame the racial politics that we are having since nation’s independence.

Racial Remarks By Ahmad Ismail

Ahmad Ismail, the man at the centre of the ‘racial slur' controversy, warned Chinese Malaysians not to mimic American Jews who not only seek to control the country's economy but also its political power. Ahmad Ismail who is guilty of rank racism with his derogatory, offensive, insensitive and chauvinistic reference to Malaysian Chinese as “pendatang”, “penumpang” and untrustworthy Malaysians.

Racial politics have created numerous people such as the above racist teacher and Ahmad Ismail, and there are still a lot of people out there. Please stop it before the country is destroyed. What we need are understanding and tolerance, not hatred and confrontation. We can solve problems through proper discussions.

Sep 9, 2008

Malaysian Slogans... Enjoy!


More than 51 years of Independence, we have shouted with loads of government slogans. Most of them have been crap and have achieved nothing more than a word to say. In typical Malaysian style the creators of Malaysian slogans have provide a good laugh for the readers.

1. Visit Malaysia.

2. Malaysia, Truly Asia
3. Bersih. Cekap. Amanah - Clean. Efficient. Trust

4. Berkhidmat Untuk Negara - Service For The Country

5. Keranamu Malaysia - Because of you Malaysia

6. Cinta IT,Sayang IT - Love I.T

7. Sekolahku, Rumahku - My School, My Home

8. Malaysia Boleh!!! - Malaysia Can Do It!!!

9. Budi bahasa budaya kita - Courtesy Is Our Culture

10. Efisyen Efektif - Efficient Effective

11. Negara bersih, rakyat sihat - Clean Country, Healthy Citizens

12. Satu Lagi Projek Dari Kerajaan Barisan Nasional - Another Project By The Barisan Nasional Government.

13. Belia Benci Dadah - Youth Hate Drugs

14. Bahasa jiwa bangsa - Language is The Core of Race

15. Tak Nak! - Don't Want

16. Saya anti rasuah - I Am Against Corruption

17. Undi BN, Undi Pembangunan - Vote BN, Vote Development

18. Majulah sukan untuk Negara - Develop Sports For country

19. Pandu cermat jiwa selamat - Drive carefully saves life

20. Pandu dengan cermat. ingatlah orang tersayang - Drive safe, think of love one

21. Jauhi diri anda dari dadah - Avoid yourself From Drugs

22. Mesra. Cepat. Betul. - Friendly. Swift. correct

23. Berkerja Bersama Saya, Bukan Untuk Saya - Work with me, not for me

24. Bersatu kita teguh, bercerai kita roboh - Together we stand, divided we fall

25. Jasa Kepada Rakyat - Serve To The People

Sep 8, 2008

If Defection Happens, Guess Who Going To Cross Over on Sept 16....

BN MPs in Parliament:

P1 Padang Besar - Azmi Khalid

P2 Kangar - Mohd Radzi Sheikh Ahmad

P3 Arau - Ismail Kassim

P4 Langkawi - Abu Bakar Taib

P5 Jerlun - Mukhriz Mahathir

P6 Kubang Pasu - Mohd Johari Baharum

P9 Alor Setar - Gooi Hsiao Leung

P30 Jeli - Mustapa Mohamed

P32 Gua Musang - Tengku Razaleigh Tengku Hamzah

P33 Besut - Abdullah Md Zain

P34 Setiu - Mohd Jidin Shafee

P35 Kuala Nerus - Mohd Nasir Ibrahim Fikri

P36 Kuala Terengganu - Razali Ismail

P38 Hulu Terengganu - Mohd Nor Othman

P39 Dungun - Matulidi Jusoh

P40 Kemaman - Ahmad Shabery Cheek

P42 Tasek Gelugor - Nor Mohamed Yakcop

P41 Kepala Batas - Abdullah Ahmad Badawi

P54 Gerik - Tan Lian Hoe

P55 Lenggong - Shamsul Anuar Nasarah

P56 Larut - Hamzah Zainuddin

P61 Padang Rengas - Mohamed Nazri Abdul Aziz

P63 Tambun - Ahmad Husni Mohamad Hanadzlah

P67 Kuala Kangsar - Rafidah Aziz

P69 Burit - Mohd Nizar Zakaria

P70 Kampar - Lee Chee Leong

P72 Tapah - M. Saravanan

P73 Pasir Salak - Tajuddin Abdul Rahman

P74 Lumut - Kong Cho Ha

P75 Bagan Datok - Ahmad Zahid Hamidi

P77 Tanjong Malim - Ong Ka Chuan

P78 Cameron Highlands - Devamany S. Krishnasamy

P79 Lipas - Mohamad Shahrum Osman

P80 Raub - Ng Yen Yen

P81 Jerantut - Tengku Azlan Sultan Abu Bakar

P84 Paya Besar - Abdul Manan Ismail

P85 Pekan - Najib Tun Razak|Najib Tun Razak

P86 Maran - Ismail Abd Muttalib

P87 Kuala Krau - Ismail Mohamed Said

P88 Temerloh - Saifuddin Abdullah

P89 Bentong - Liow Tiong Lai

P90 Bera - Ismail Sabri Yaakob

P91 Rompin - Jamilluddin

P92 Sabak Bernam - Abd Rahman

P93 Sungai Besar - Noriah Kasnon

P95 Tanjong Karang - Noh Omar

P100 Pandan - Ong Tee Keat

P113 Sepang - Mohd Zin Bin Mohamed

P118 Setiawangsa - Zulhasnan Rafique

P125 Putrajaya - Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor

P126 Jelebu - Rais Yatim

P127 Jempol - Lilah Yassin

P129 Kuala Pilah - Hassan Malek

P131 Rembau - Khairy Jamaluddin

P133 Tampin - Shaziman Abu Mansor

P134 Masjid Tanah - Abu Seman Yusop

P135 Aloh Gajah - Fong Chan Onn

P136 Tangga Batu - Idris Haron

P137 Bukit Katil - Md Sirat Abu

P140 Segamat - Subramaniam K.V. Sathasivam

P141 Sekijang - Baharum Mohamed

P142 Labis - Chua Tee Yong

P143 Pagoh - Muhyiddin Mohd Yassin

P144 Ledang - Hamim Samuri

P146 Muar - Razali Ibrahim

P147 Parit Sulong - Noraini Ahmad

P148 Ayer Hitam - Wee Ka Siong

P149 Sri Gading - Mohamad Aziz

P150 Batu Pahat - Mohd Puad Zarkashi

P151 Simpang Renggam - Liang Teck Meng

P152 Kluang - Hou Kok Chung

P153 Sembrong - Hishamuddin

P154 Mersing - Abdul Latiff Ahmad

P155 Tenggara - Halimah Mohd Sadique

P156 Kota Tinggi - Syed Hamid S. Jaafar Albar

P157 Pengerang - Azalina Othman Said

P158 Tebrau - Ling Ban San

P159 Pasir Gudang - Mohamed Khaled Nordin

P160 Johor Bahru - Sharil @ Sharir Ab Samad

P161 Pulai - Nur Jazlan Mohamed

P162 Gelang Patah - Tan Ah Eng

P163 Kulai - Ong Ka Ting

P164 Pontian - Ahmad Maslan

P165 Tanjong Piai - Wee Jeck Seng

P166 Labuan - Yusoff bin Haji Mahal

P167 Kudat - Abd Rahim Bakri

P168 Kota Marudu - Johnity @ Maximus Ongkili

P169 Kota Belud - Abdul Rahman Dahlan

P170 Tuaran - Mojilip Bumburing @ Wilfred

P171 Sepanggar - Enchin Majimbun @ Eric

P173 Putatan - Makin Marcus Mojigoh

P174 Penampang - Bernard Giluk Dompok

P175 Papar - Rosnah Abd Rashid Shirlin

P176 Kimanis - Hanifah Amman

P177 Beaufort - Lajim Ukin

P178 Sipitang - Sapawi Amat Wasali

P179 Ranau - Siringan Gubat @ Aliance

P180 Keningau - Joseph Pairin Kitingan

P181 Tenom - Raine Unggi

P182 Pensiangan - Joseph Kurup

P183 Beluran - Ronald Kiandee

P184 Libaran - Juslie Ajirol

P185 Batu Sapi - Chong Ket Wah

P186 Sandakan - Liew Vui Keong

P187 Kinabatangan - Moktar Radin

P188 Silam - Salleh Kalbi

P189 Semporna - Mohd Shafie Apdal

P190 Tawau - Chua Soon Bui

P191 Kalabakan - Abdul Ghapur Salleh

P192 Mas Gading - Tekhee @ Tiki Lafe

P193 Santubong - Wan Junaidi Tuanku

P194 Petra Jaya - Fadillah Yusof

P196 Stampin - Yong Khoon Hiang

P197 Kota Samarahan - Sulaiman Abdul Taib

P198 Mambong - James Dawos Mamit

P199 Serian - Richard Riot Jaem

P200 Batang Sadong - Nancy Shukri

P201 Batang Lupar - Rohaini Abdul Karim

P202 Sri Aman - Masir Kujat

P203 Lubok Antu - William @ Nyallau Badak

P204 Betong - Douglas Uggah Embas

P205 Saratok - Jelaing Mersat

P206 Tanjong Manis - Norah Abdul Rahman

P207 Igan - Wahab Dolah

P208 Sarikei - Ding Kuong Hiing

P209 Julau - Joseph Salang Gandum

P210 Kanowit - Ago Dagang @ Aaron

P211 Lanang - Tiong Thai King

P212 Sibu - Robert Lau Hoi Chew

P213 Mukah - Leo Michael Toyad

P214 Selangau - Joseph Entulu Belaun

P215 Kapit - Alexander Nanta Linggi

P216 Hulu Rajang - Billy Abit Joo

P217 Bintulu - Tiong King Sing

P218 Sibuti - Ahmad Lai Bujang

P219 Miri - Peter Chin Fah Kui

P220 Baram - Jacob Dungau Sagan

P221 Limbang - Hasbi Habibollah

P222 Lawas - Henry Sum Agong