Jul 31, 2009
For more than two decades, 66,000 Maika shareholders had been having a raw deal especially after the infamous RM120 million Maika Telekom shares hijacking scandal where nine of ten million Telekom shares allocated to Maika were diverted to three private companies. The MIC thuggery and gangsterism in the mismanagement of Maika Holdings to deny the rights of 66,000 Maika shareholders to claim their money. The Malaysian are intimidated and not given a proper answer until today.
Samy Velu along with his group of gangsters, robbed the people of an enormous amount of money through Maika Holdings. Elected representative defying the law in acting in a thuggish, gangsterish and violent manner at a public venue. On May 13, 1992, MIC's Selangor Assemblyman for Seri Cahaya, S. Sivalingam, acted as a thug when he led an assault of Maika shareholders who were peacefully picketing against the Maika Telekoms hijacking scandal outside Maika headquarters. A woman, M. Pathmah was also assaulted and other victims were A. Sivanesan, K. Panjamurthi, K. Krishnan and S. Phulup Perumal. At the Maika AGM last year, MIC tried to silence YB Kulasegaran from championing the rights of the 66,000 Maika shareholders, he was assaulted at the event by a MIC's elected reps.
Samy vellu must explain to Malaysian on the scandal and the promises that he made to return the shareholder's money. Its better if we have a healthy debate to settle the problem. YB Kulasegaran and the MIC President, must face to face to debate on this scandal. You may ask why YB Kula and not other leaders? The reason is, he himself is a Maika Holdings shareholder, thus knows well about the whole scandal's plot. As a Malaysian Member of Parliament (MP), he is capable of representing 66,000 Maika shareholders to argue with the MIC President Dato Seri S.Samy Vellu on this issue.
MIC failed terribly to Show us that they cares about Malaysian. If they serious about uplifting the Malaysian, get Maika Holdings cleaned up and bring to justice those who have been responsible for cheating its shareholders.
Posted by BANGSA MALAYSIA at 1:28 AM
Jul 29, 2009
Mokhtar Dahari, R Arumugam, Isa Bakar, Soh Chin Aun, Santokh Singh, Wong Choon Wah, Hassan Sani, Reduan Abadullah... Can we create them again?
‘Anyone who complacently maintains that racism is impossible in their territory is not only wrong but irresponsible.’ FIFA President Sepp Blatter
Malaysia is currently in 157th position out of 190 countries in the FIFA world ranking. Malaysia’s performance worst than Thailand (117th), Singapore (127th), Vietnam (131th), Indonesia (132th), and even Hong Kong (137th) and India (147th). The teams were beating boys for Malaysia, but it's a total different story recently, these teams stand an equal chance to beat Malaysia and some are well above Malaysia's standards. Read FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking.
Why Malaysia’s football gone to the rubbish? The truth is 70’s national team consisted multiracial and competent players. Our team has lots of excellent records that able to proud of. The multiracial team qualified for the 1972 and the 1980 Olympics. Now when look at the players in our national team, all nothing more than a single race players that showing their ‘Beckam’ style hair fashion and playing football like school boys.
We have failed to show those days ‘Malaysian’ team, please don’t sweep racism issue under the carpet. Many of ethnic Indian, Chinese, Sabahan and Sarawakian boys are keeping their dream to play for the nation football team, please fulfill their never-ending dream. In fact, our nation always claim that football is our no 1 sport despite the lousy condition of the national team. Let me tell you the truth that the people in the street look at me a kind when I wear Malaysian national football jersey. Why? Because they lost confident on the national team!
Don’t you remember Mokhtar Dahari, R Arumugam and Soh Chin Aun? R Arumugam tightened the goal box and Soh Chin Aun in solid defense and Mokhtar Dahari’s took part in forward with his sharp attacks, our national team qualified for 1980 Moscow Olympics and also won bronze medal in 1974 Tehran Asian Games. The trio was in the most-feared Malaysian team. Don’t forget that Malaysia was once beaten Arsenal when Mokhtar scored twice to overcome the English club. Along with Shukor Salleh, Santokh Singh, Wong Choon Wah, Hassan Sani, Chow Chee Keong, Reduan Abadullah, Isa Bakar, Bakri Ibni, Lim Teong Kim, the Malaysian team was among the best in this region.
Since then Malaysia have never had a team which came close to the passion, drive and hunger to emulate the success of the 70’s national team. Now our nation team even couldn’t qualify for the Asian cup by appears as beaten boys for Singapore, Thailand, Indonesia and Vietnam. Football is to unite multiracial Malaysia, don't use it as a tool to depress the minorities! Admit that minorities are Malaysian too, give them chances to deliver their talent in the national team.
I hope my sincere message reach FAM, I wrote this article because I’m a true Malaysian that love football very much. Immediate reformation needed if we wish to see our national football team shines again as it was in 1970s and 1980s.
MOKHTAR DAHARI AND DIEGO MARADONA (DURING FREIDNSLY GAME AGAINST BORCA JUNIORS)
MALAYSIAN 'THIRSTY' OF ANOTHER MOKHTAR DAHARI
MALAYSIAN 'THIRSTY' OF ANOTHER MOKHTAR DAHARI
Jul 27, 2009
Jul 26, 2009
Malaysia had better take note of Singapore’s aggressiveness with its schools' sports programmes. In fact, their small sized nation makes it much easier for them to implement their programmes, but that should not be Malaysia's excuse for not being serious like them.
Not only does Singapore have the elite and sports schools in place, but they have gone a step further with their Sports Education Programme. It was introduced two years ago in a partnership between the Singapore Sports Council and Ministry of Education. It is a dollar-to-dollar matching grant of up to S$10,000 for schools, higher institutions, Universities and others to take up sports programmes.
Malaysia had failed so far to emphasis on physical education and sports in schools. We have never take serious of the development of the sports performance for students. It will be great if we address this issue immediately and learn from our neighbour if we are serious in producing world class athletes.
The famous sports like football and athletics in our nation lack of capable athletes nowadays. Decades ago, we produced Ravindran, Soh Chin Aun, Shukor Salleh, Santokh Singh, Mokhtar Dahari, Wong Choon Wah, Hassan Sani, Arumugam, Chow Chee Keong, Abdah Alif, James Wong, Isa Bakar, Bakri Ibni, Lim Teong Kim (football) and M. Jegtahesan, Rajamani, Rabuan Pit, Romzi Bakar, Nordin Jadi, G Shanthi (athletics). And we had a lot athletes from other sports too. Now our nation extinct of such powerful heroes, who we can blame in this issue?
Well, this time I’m not going to blame anyone for the failure of our sports performance. I hope government emulates Singapore’s strategies by giving up their egotism. We must as well as go to the "roots", I mean the schools, universities, and colleges to make compulsory of sports participation for all students unless for those having missive health problem. And sure for government need to allocate more funds for students sports programms.
In conclusion, I would like to see Malaysia will be featured in Olympic Gold medal tally in future. That’s the reason why wrote this, and I hope my cents of words can reach the authorities and heard by them to improve our nation’s sports performance. We can do it!
THE POTENTIAL ATHLETES:
THE POTENTIAL ATHLETES: