WHAT FOR?

Fear tactics are already being deployed in the upcoming Permatang Pauh by-election. We need a free media, not more police presence at the constituency during campaign time.

We need a free and fair elections. A neutral and unbias election commission. We need independent observers to nab those phantom voters. We need…everything except more police presence!

This is how UMNO abuses power, by mis-using government machineries to have an upper hand : More police personnel to be deployed at Permatang Pauh by-election, says Syed Hamid (the much loathed Home Minister).

We know how the police is often used to create fear among the people. Are they coming with their FRU buddies, too? In which case, there might be convenient agent provocateurs around, then lo and behold, chaos would erupt.

Does BN/UMNO already have something up its sleeves? Or perhaps, it can see the future?

Well, the many by-elections I covered in the past, showed that things will not run so smoothly when BN/UMNO is up against Anwar Ibrahim’s party.

There’ll be violence, sure. Mud-slinging. Sandiwaras. Exposes of the highest order.

You can say it will be quite fun. For the faint hearted, don’t go near the area when the time comes.

What we need is a cool drink (make your pick), pop corn or whatever. Not more police presence, dummy. And we are off to an exciting campaign week.

Watch out for the daily reporting in the government controlled papers.

Geez, Wish I could be home to witness the theaterics.

146 responses »

  1. najib says:

    may god bless DSAI and may he rise up and be the PM that put Malaysia back to glory!!!! Glory to my motherland!!!!!

  2. Jed Yoong says:

    instead of writing spin, the BN papers should wash their hands of Altantuya’s blood and demand “justice” for her…fat chance?

  3. problem says:

    This is a problem invented by Mahakuttu. When Mahakuttu was the PM, Mahakuttu would carry out all the machinations at his whim and fancies using the polis dogs.

    When there is a dissent voice, Mahakuttu would send his polis dogs to quell the dissidents.

    It worked in those days when the media were at his feet.

    But now with the perfection of cyber media, this doesn’t work any more so much so that Mahakuttu knew his day had come and made himself being booted out by the rakyat.

    This Bodolah is still living in the cave believing that the moon and sun are his gods and pray to them for guidance.

    Sigh! This is the problem with Bodolah, still living in a closed cave not knowing the evolution of modern mankind.

    Dey! Bodolah, this is the New Millennium the modern 21st century and if the Voice wants you out you better pack and go.

    The problem with Bodohlah is that Bodolah doesn’t know the problem in Bolehland is Bodolah himself is the problem.

    To solve the problem in Bolehland is to get rid of this problematic Bodowi and the problematic, corrupt and racist BN system.

    The people power is a problem to Bodowi who thinks that this is not a problem to him and that’s is the problem.

    The people power will prevail but the problem with Bodolah who still thinks his problematic polis dogs can solve all dissent problems in Bolehland and the polis power is > than people’s power.

    If we have this Bodolah thinking that polis power is > than people’s power, this Bodolah got a real problem.

    The problem with this Bodohlah is that this Bodolah got a real problem, ho ho ho ho ho …..

    To Bodolah, there is no problem in Bolehland, ha ha ha that is the only and real problem with Bolehland, ha ha ha ha ha

    The no:1 problematic Bodolah is the no:1 man in Bolehland, no wonder Bolehland has all kinds of problems in Bolehland. Ha ha ha, Bodohlah really doing his job converting all kinds of everything into problems.

    What’s your problem

  4. cinta Malaysia says:

    There is no problem for Anwar to win Permatang Pauh.What the Umnoputra want is to deny Anwar a greater majority to show that he is less popular than his wife Datuk Dr wan Azizah .
    They will go at all cost to reduce the majority to embarrass Anwar and Pakatan that their support is slipping away and will spin it to their advantage.
    We must ensure to maintain the winning margin or more to show to Umnoputra that their support among the Rakyat is decreasing by the day.
    Corrupting the constituents is the only way for them to deny Anwar the increased majority.TAKE THE MONEY BUT VOTE FOR ANWAR!

  5. lonely planet says:

    Please don’t bring the C4 together with the police.

  6. wits0 says:

    Yes Jed, fat chance, that the MSM will not abet in the sweeping of all bad things under the carpet for their political masters. It has become a mandatory tradition set in stone for them and it pays.

  7. PHUA KL says:

    Dear Susan

    It’s a sign of weakness, not of strength!

    The ideological state apparatus (such as the MSM) is failing,
    so the next thing is to turn to the repressive state apparatus.

  8. bamboo river says:

    Internet very slooow! Can’t comment all postings for time being. I might post from internet cafe.

  9. cinta Malaysia says:

    why not get the PAkATAN puteris give each of the police a stalk of flower to poke their conscience that DSAI’s struggle if for the RAKYAT! Mind you many police personnel are also supporters of PAKATAN.
    The BN government would be very embarrassed if we do just that!
    LETS HAVE FLOWER POWER IN PERMATANG PAUH!

  10. imwatchingu says:

    I say let them bring in the police, FRU, agent provocateurs and spin masters and bag-boys with bagful of ringgits. This will only show their fear and the level of corruption they are wallowing in. And isn’t that an excuse to vote against them?

  11. Diva Chin says:

    We’re the men in blue
    our objectives is to protect the interest of the ‘power that be’
    hiding behind trees and corners..
    our motivation is to ‘make as much as we can’ from the poor, hard working rakyat!
    Kalau wa saman…lu kena pegi court….bayar satu libu oh!
    Hee hee

  12. Dr Rafick says:

    Biasala tu… for the safety of the people… surely not everything in life is about conspiracy

  13. kcee says:

    The PDRM goons behave as if their job is to hassle the Rakyat but do nothing to solve crimes! They forget that we taxpayers are their boss not barisan or some ministers! The MPs should be reminded to raise this in Parliament!

  14. wits0 says:

    SHA makes himself despised as he harps only on his singular focus on the election and not the day to day threat of increasing crimes. He hasn’t seem to have made any move in the later direction.
    http://tinyurl.com/6kduxl

  15. KittyHawk says:

    Since the upcoming Permatang Pauh by-election is crucial and determines the future of Malaysia and it loyal citizens, EC and Pakatan should propose and independent observers in order to have a clean election process. The observers should consist enough manpower from NGO and no political parties.

    If this is a genuine democratic country, you do not need to beef up the Police strength. After all this only a by election and not preparations for a major uprising! Can’t this be thought of by those skunks who walk the corridors of power?

  16. cinta Malaysia says:

    Kittyhawk,
    I agree with your proposal that independent observers should be allowed to monitor the by-election.
    NGO’s in the country with the assistance from their overseas counterparts should approach the Election Commission to secure Observer Status in the by-election that it is run free from corruption and intimidation of whatever forms.That the election if fair and democratic.
    Such proposal should be welcomed by the Election Commission if it is truly an independent commission!

  17. eeyaw says:

    Yet another earth shaking expose!
    Drugs worth RM1 million vanished from Johore Police Headquarters!

  18. Toro says:

    Get the United Nations Peacekeeping Force into Permatang Pauh before BN reduces it into anarchy.

  19. SameSame says:

    Hahaha..whatelse new? They will now create fights and thugs posted there to stir some chaos….

    Then blame PKR..lah. Normal la..with BN/UMNO

  20. wits0 says:

    Eeyaw, isn’t Johor the worse State? Hahaha! Umno’s backbone State too! One of those things one seldom say because perhaps cos it isn’t politically correct sorta, but a fact for perhaps 3 decades plus.

  21. Toro says:

    Damn, it`s those gormen servants to blame –

    Stop making pople angry and hate the government, PM tells civil servants
    [The Sun]

  22. chaptokam says:

    FIRST CASUALTY,

    Photographer attacked after PKR ceramah
    By YENG AI CHUN

    BUKIT MERTAJAM: A Guang Ming Daily photographer was allegedly assaulted by a group of people on Sunday night as she was leaving Seberang Jaya Expo after covering the ceramah by PKR de facto leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim.
    Loh Hoay Hoon, 25, who lodged a police report at 2am yesterday, said the PKR
    supporters had tailed her to the carpark after the public forum around midnight and surrounded her.

    She said she was kicked, choked and hit on the head there.
    Unpleasant experience: Loh showing a copy of the police report she made as she demonstrates how someone had held her neck during a press conference at her office in Bukit Mertajam Monday.

    Loh believes that the incident was a result of her trying to move closer to take pictures of Anwar earlier when he was shaking hands with the crowd.

    “Someone had pulled my camera strap when I took photographs of Anwar. I shouted ‘jangan tolak’ (don’t push) and pulled back my camera because I was scared it would fall.

    “After Anwar left the area, a man wearing a PKR vest shouted at me, saying I was not allowed to take pictures at such close range.

    “I told him that I was just doing my job and did not want to quarrel with him. He moved towards me as though he was going to hit me,” she related at her office here yesterday.

    The crowd then pulled the man aside and Loh ran towards the carpark.
    Then she heard shouts of ‘Jangan bagi dia pergi. Tahan dia’ (Don’t let her leave. Stop her) and suddenly she felt someone kick her leg.
    “Next thing I know, a group of men had surrounded me and someone grabbed me and pulled my t-shirt.

    “Suddenly, I felt someone’s hand on my throat, choking me. I pushed as hard as I could to get away. As I was trying to escape, I felt a painful blow to the back of my head,” said a still-dazed Loh as she showed the bump on her head.

    She added that there were two other press photographers there and one of them tried pulling her out of the crowd, telling her to quickly get on her motorcycle and leave.
    “I don’t know who hit me from behind and I do not know who strangled me. It was just a blur of hands and bodies.
    “All I was thinking at that time was that I needed to go back to office and quickly send my pictures as the deadline was near,” she said, adding she managed to break free and run away.
    After sending her photos, Loh went to the Seberang Jaya hospital for a check-up as her head hurt.
    She had an x-ray yesterday when the police investigation officer requested that she undergo further examination.

    Loh said this was not the first time PKR security personnel were rude with photographers.
    “Previously when we covered Anwar in July at the same place, the photographers were badly treated.
    “This cannot go on and I not only speak for myself but for all the photographers who are on duty,” she said.

    This brings me to mind this article by Raja Petra Kamarudin tittled THE CULT CALLED PKR

    That is the trouble with PKR. They dabble in cult personalities. When you are the current hot favourite, the flavour of the day, even your fart smells sweet. But once you fall out of favour then they even curse your poor innocent mother who has nothing to do with your political business and does not even know what is going on.

    The PKR crowd is one emotional group of people. I suspect that if Anwar was to order them to commit mass suicide they might just do so. And that is dangerous, as time and time again history has proven. If Anwar could get a religious scholar somewhere in the world to come out with a fatwah (religious decree) that if you die for PKR you will go straight to heaven where 70 virgins are waiting for you, I bet we will not be short of candidates who will volunteer to undertake suicide missions.
    Whether it is Anwar, Dr Wan Azizah, Nurul Izzah, Azmin, or Ezam, they all have their cult followers. The PKR people revere their idols and appear to lose their senses when in the presence of these demigods. So how to tell these PKR herds that Ezam is not what he appears to be and that he is a plant, a Trojan Horse, a termite meant to weaken the ranks of PKR? Try doing that and you will get a beer bottle broken on your head. So it was best to just keep quiet and watch. Time would reveal the truth. And, true enough, the truth has now been revealed.
    Yes, cults are dangerous. If there is one thing that will be the death of PKR it will be the cult culture. People refuse to see things for what they are. Common sense no longer prevails when you look at things from the angle of cults. And Ezam was one such cult figure. And Ezam could do no wrong. Even when Lokman revealed the truth and exposed Ezam for what he is, it was Lokman and not Ezam who was punished.
    When will PKR ever learn? Ten years on and it is still so immature and can’t seem to understand that you just can’t build a party based on personality cults. And PKR will get burned many more times before it wises up. If the survival of PKR is centred on personalities, then it will not go far. Personalities come and go. And if the party’s future is tied to these personalities then the party will disappear when these personalities do.

    What do you expect from a bunch of moronist cultist who worship Anwar Ibrahim like he’s the Adolf Hitler of Malaysia . Heil Hitler , Heil Del Fuhrer !!

  23. LimDokSa says:

    Looking at the present situation in Malaysia – small and trivial matters are treated with priority while important matters from state economies to serious corruptions and murders are not attended to……it’s very sad indeed..!

    TDM had left behind a whole load of shit..! It’s a disgrace, you exited without any glory..!

  24. caravanserai says:

    UMNO running out of options
    Holding seminar on Malay supremacy
    What else UMNO wants to do?
    The leaders forget about Malaysian supremacy

    The minds of these racial leaders
    Thinking about their own race
    Fear has cropped into their eyes
    People are coming together as one nation

    And UMNO can’t accept the new spirit
    They up the slogan on Malay supremacy
    Belittling the other races of the nation
    They think they are the superior race

    When the myth is shattered
    UMNO leaders can’t believe it
    Now in the Permatang Pauh by-election
    They have seen the outcome already

    The Botak Kojak wanna be
    He will send blue uniformed personnel in
    On the pretences to protect citizens……..
    The people know what they will do
    Intimidation to serve the political master

    Crimes police doesn’t want to solve
    Running errands for the UMNO they go
    The top echelon officers currying favors
    Of the 3Ps winking in their eyes

    No matter what UMNO plan
    Anwar will win the biggest majority in Permatang Pauh
    Then the Police will take him away
    On the fabricated sodomy charge

    The déjà vu all over again
    UMNO leaders and partners smile gleefully
    One person will spend time
    But they forget about peoples’ power
    Unleashed on the day and time
    They all sleeping in wonderland

  25. matt says:

    Police should take care of their own backyard and not be used by bn politicans,pdrm at its lowest moral standing.

  26. david chan says:

    Dear All,

    Yes, more police present is needed for any election, especially there’s case of recent violent by PKR member as reported …..

    http://thestar.com.my/news/story.asp?file=/2008/8/5/nation/22003049&sec=nation

    and not forgotten other problem ….

    Well, guess everyone tired of all this “politic problem” in Malaysia after the the March 2008 general election….., why can’t everyone back to solve the country economy problem, inflation, etc …., and stop all this as general election is already over, All this for me, just like Anwar problem that bring to everyone concern …., like this how our economy will improve …

    Thank you.

  27. Urut says:

    ….., why can’t everyone back to solve the country economy problem, inflation, etc – david chan

    Why always you complain that kind nonsense.? Huh, you working for SB ah come here talk UMNO-MCA rubbish economy lah, rice bowl lah, please lah. You go and give your lovers ideas lah. Don`t bring this hodge podge nonsense crying here like a baby whos toys are taken away.
    Your idiots increased prices and fuel inflation etc etc. You think your stupid economy will improve if everyone follow BN blindly? Useless fellow. Go to the toilet, you are BN constipated cannnot think straight even. Stupid fellow, dunno even what is the title of this blog. Idiot malaysian.

  28. UMNO D.U says:

    Dear Susan,

    Recent by-election campaigns have proven to be fertile ground for extremist elements from both sides of the camp to converge.

    Unlike GE, a by-election allows the full party machinery to concentrate on one small area. Witness Ijok and its multitude of scuffles and fistfights. Without the strong presence of the police, things would have degenerated into chaos. That is a fact, regardless who started the fights in the 1st place.

    Now, Permatang Pauh, my hometown, is an idyllic countryside which is more noted for its laidback environment and youths throwing rocks at police station than super-efficient police force or intellectual community.

    The police force there is small, certainly smaller than needed to control the number of people expected to converge in that area.

    Perhaps we should take a back seat, and look at the facts on the ground. Not everything is a “confirmed” conspiracy, now is it?

    Teori DSAI Menimbulkan Persoalan
    http://www.suaradu.com

  29. david chan says:

    Dear Urut,

    Thank you for your comment,

    Actually all this is every normal citizen concern, as we have family to support…
    By the way, inflation, fuel price increase,etc is NOT only experience by Malaysia (If you educated enough to read all the world wide newspaper, etc) and we all need a solution to all this but until now we can’t see any solution given by the opposition except, digging all states (5 states control by opposition) old record and find problem with the last states government,etc
    There’s no right or wrong in everything the government or opposition do, but at last we all ‘rakyat” need a stable country to grow our children, good job, etc…, as mention earlier.
    By the way, Urut, PLESAE read more newspaper, especially worldwide newspaper…., before you jump into any conculsion and start scold people who can’t support your believe, we all are mature people.
    By the way, I am not any supporter of BN ot Oppostion, I not even vote for any party in any general election and this is just my view only…
    Thank you…

  30. Urut says:

    we all are mature people.- david chan

    You sure don`t sound it. In fact something serious wrong with you. I see you are proud of not being a voter but are spreading your wild oats very liberally. Yes you need to do more reading so you can understand better instead of being a cry baby.

  31. petit says:

    Your petition to His Majesty the Yang DiPertuan Agong to register our concerns on the judicial appointments and to appeal for His Majesty’s intervention has been launched.

    In October, 2007 5,036 anak-anak Bangsa Malaysia petitioned His Majesty, appealing that Fairuz’s term as Chief Justice not be extended, as was then sought by the Prime Minister. My sources tell me that His Majesty did take note of the concerns voiced by those 5,036 individuals.

    That petition was launched before the BERSIH and HINDRAF rally took place; before Makkal Sakhti took hold of the imagination of the rakyat.

    Given the heightened spirit of “people power” amongst the rakyat, it would be good if this petition could garner a significant increase in the number in support compared to the previous.

    According to news reports, the position of Chief Justice falls vacant on 18th October, 2008.

    I would like to get the petition to His Majesty by the 15th of September.

    That gives us over a month to get a decent number of signatures.

    As was done with the earlier petition, what you will see here is not the final document which will be forwarded to His Majesty, in that the requisite court language has not as yet been weaved into the document. That will be done later, without any change to the substance of the petition.

    Also, those signing the petition will also have to avail their identity card numbers. Please note that pseudonyms and names without ic numbers will be deleted.

    People, this petition is yours. Its success or otherwise, is in your hands.

    You can access the petition HERE.

    http://www.petitiononline.com/6ai18u26/petition.html

  32. wandererAUS says:

    Hey Botak Syed Hamid, don’t waste tax payers’ money. Times are bad and the money should be put to good use….like rounding up the real criminals.
    Botak, Botak, you always does things, all for the wrong reasons, which I am not surprised. BN is just a collection of a group of poisonous snakes, only capable of performing evil deeds. We definitely need a CHANGE!

  33. david chan says:

    Dear Urut,

    Well, urut, sad to say that, please look at yourself before comment of other people,
    I am not proud of myself by not voting, just that I believe everyone have their own opinion and stated the fact only.
    By the way, thank you for your suggestion, I have done lot of reading from books to newspaper, this is the reason I just got my Master Degree from overseas university….
    Thank you …

  34. Eric says:

    Hi David Chan,

    you said:
    >There’s no right or wrong in everything the government or opposition do, but >at last we all ‘rakyat” need a stable country to grow our children, good job, >etc…, as mention earlier.
    Are you sure there is no right or wrong in everything the government do??
    Corruption, control the court, misuse the police force, beat up the innocent youth in BMC, etc…..

    Tell me….

  35. petit says:

    Another UMNO beggar like Lim Keng Yaik (also got degree).

  36. AHoo says:

    With so many unsolved cases of murder, we have the men in blue busy in PP and showing their presence instead of solving crimes,….. aplenty ?

    Maybe those murdered are not their direct relatives or related to the people in power and as such it is not that urgent and eventually the problems will just disapper into thin air,….. they hope !

    The people in PP need to be resilient and not fall into the trap of the BN agents to provoke them into being unruly and causing havoc.

  37. Eric says:

    Hi David Chan,

    Let’s debate…..
    Sorry I don’t mean any offense….but there is something very special in what you commented.

  38. david chan says:

    Dear Eric,

    Just do some comparision, everyone saying the government corruption, police beat up people, etc but we must admit this happen to certain opposition party too, like …. a reporter been beaten by the PKR member,

    http://thestar.com.my/news/story.asp?file=/2008/8/5/nation/22003049&sec=nation

    and recent concert by PKR …, the singer has been beaten, and when mention about “misue of power”, about the selangor state goverment (control by opposition) allocation of contract to certain favourable people, then he resign,etc, Anwar family member in selangor “investment arm”, if I am not wrong, (sorry as need to extract back the article), etc….
    By the way, we must remember that, Anwar is also ex-BN member …., and the way he handle problem during the asian fianacial crisis (if the country follow the way he solve problem then, guess now Malaysia owe IMF, etc lot of money) and have to pay by our next generation.
    What I can see is, last time before the general election, foreign investment in our country not a problem, but after the march election and daily problem created by the PKR (street demonstration, anwar takeover goverment,etc, it’s definitely not a good news for foreign investor…), as mention earlier, why PKR can’t wait until the next general election ?, as people already vote in general election, goverment already form, oppostion control 5 states, etc…, for it, it seem like one person ambition to become future PM and all his problem has become country problem …

    thank you….

  39. Knight Rider says:

    Mr David Chan!
    Please don’t boast with your master degree from university overseas.
    Whatever degree that you have doesn’t mean that your smarter than others.
    Many of us are suffering now just because of the situation we’re in.
    Malaysia is not the same as other countries because we’re oil producer.
    That’s why we need a “change” to survive.
    You might be lucky to’ve got a high pay job and that’s why you really don’t feel the pinch. Go ask around and see how many people really agrees with you on what you think.
    Don’t be too selfish!
    If you think that whatever you have is more than enough, then just keep your mouth shut and let others who are not fortunate do the protest.
    Nobody would say you’re dumb if you keep quite!

  40. david chan says:

    Dear knight rider,

    Please read report from the petronas their yearly report where their money go, can name you a few, Now at least we enjoy free education until secondary level, government hospital and clinic we pay minimum fees to seek consultation (compare to other country), subsidy petrol price (30 percent), now is $2.70 (recent report, it may reduce if oil price drop), from business point of view, petronas need some portion of money to invest overseas too in oil rig, etc, to generate more profit for future (as all the oil we have is not forever), this is all the example only…, there’s some “price control” item too in malaysia …
    by the way, you mention high pay job, i have lot of childhood friends who are not high pay, they are salesman,etc, hard earn money, so I can feel their problem too when we talk about it, and I not from rich family, so all this nothing to do with high pay job, just that I see things from different point of view ….
    O’ya, i am not boost about my master degree,etc …, just that to comment on what urut mention to support my view…
    thank you….

  41. petit says:

    Aiyah overseas degree so what? Still talking BN propaganda. Takes 1 incident in Permatang Pauh and kills Pakatan with that. What about all the dirt BN has done like Taman Medan? huh? People dies but no enquiry. May 13 no enguiry oso? how about all that. What about Ijok BN gangsters? What about Sg Siput BN gangsters. All police reports made no action. What about MB Pahang making F U sign no action taken.

    Then this rubbish about foreign investors. Must be idiot foreign degree just why he dunno why overseas investors leave. What udder rubbish. Even foreigners know the BN is corrupted like hell and BN leaders will be pull down. Anyone with brains will sell-off UMNO link companies shares.

    Why should Pakatan wait for next GE? BN should be thrown out in the dungheap of history. Then all the dungbeetle cybertroopers can get decent job to fill rice bowl instead of talking rubbish.

  42. david chan says:

    Dear Eric,

    Thank you for your invitation for a debate, but currently I have no time to debate anything as busy with my work, project etc., I just like to give my general view here only as a normal citizen of malaysia, sorry if I offended anyone …

    Thank you…

  43. Knight Rider says:

    Awww…. come on! Are you a plain thinking man or are you just a guy who just walk straight even if there’re walls?
    You really believe in whatever you read?
    Use your brain man and see what our former Tun Mahathir have to say in his blog.
    Don’t tell me Mahathir’s calculation is wrong!
    Even my grandma knows how to count and why can’t you???

  44. RajaLong says:

    Hi Susan,

    Wshg al th bst of rgrds. W hv 2 wt a fw dys mre bfr nw rvltion by Dc Umn, n a PC soon soon soon.

  45. daryl says:

    Thank you David Chan for reminiding us to resolve our current problem. However, you failed to acknowledge the fact that BN have 50 years to bring Malaysia to the front of the world. Look at where we are now and you are still worried about your pockets. Everyone here are concern about what the future for them or their children’s future. Probably you are just want of those that just let me make my money type and to hell with everyone else.

  46. Hahaha says:

    Now at least we enjoy free education until secondary level..
    Did pakatan say they will stop it?

    government hospital and clinic we pay minimum fees to seek consultation (compare to other country
    Did Pakatan say they`ll stop it?

    subsidy petrol price (30 percent)
    Did pakatan say they will stop it?

    What`s that deluded fellow talking about? Too much forren decree no good. Go cuckoo.

  47. Eric says:

    Hi David Chan,

    I myself also quite unhappy with a PKR people. However, we know that nobody is perfect. Everybody has done wrong in one way or another. It is the magnitude that matters and whether it was done wilfully.

    BN has plundered the country wealth for so many decades and causing so many people suffering in poverty. Nobody needs to be poor in such a rich country like Malaysia. We have tin, petroleum, timber, copper, iron ore, natural gas, bauxite , etc.

    Malaysia belongs to all Malaysians. Did the country’s wealth be shared by the rakyat in these 50 years? To make things worst, not only the wealth is not being shared out, but we are made to pay. So instead of us getting, the greedy gov made us to pay like tol, high car taxes, etc……and no fund for the needy people. Even some non-rich country like HK, etc has it. There are many poor people in KL alone who don’t have a house to stay. They have to depend on charitable organization and kind people.

    We also cannot fully blame PR for street demonstrations, foreign investment, etc. Nobody will demonstrate for no reason. It is also the BN gov that is so thick skin to cling onto power despite we, the rakyat do not want them anymore.

    Also the election is not fair election. How could we expect PR to wait until next term. Even in the next election, Bn would try to win by all means of dirty tricks. It is enough harm done to the country.

    There are two group of people A and B. A is trying its best for the people and make mistakes. B is trying its best to get rich by all dirty means. Which would you approve?

  48. david chan says:

    Dear Knight Rider,

    I am not believing in what I read, just do some comparision, read from the past, history, be neutral (not supporting any party or people) and you will find the answer …..

    If we talk about Dr M, it is a long story, last time he choose Anwar to be future PM but .., then Abdullah become PM, then he say he make a wrong choice, then suggest Najib, but then again comment Najib may not suit to become PM, Well, you ask yourself…, is the calculation correct ….

    That’s all from me, people judge yourself as eveyone have their right …, Back to real as have to work to support family ….,

    Thank you….

  49. Hahaha says:

    People judging their right:

    From the poll on this blog, about 85 per cent of you believe Anwar will win in Permatang Pauh by a much bigger majority compared with Wan Azizah’s winning margin of 13,388 in the March general election.

    http://anilnetto.com/malaysian-elections/will-anwar-be-arrested-ahead-of-by-election/

  50. kittykat46 says:

    I’m an ordinary Malaysian who has to go to send the kids off to school, go to work every morning, and make sure there’s food on the table and a roof over their heads.

    What I can see is the government in Putrajaya is NOT governing ! Every country in the world is facing the high cost of energy and commodities.

    But the BN government since March 8 has been pre-occupied with playing political games, culminating in the fascination with Sodo-Mee.

    The way I see it, you either govern for the benefit of the people, or you get out of the way.
    The nation cannot afford an absentee Prime Minister and Cabinet.

  51. Knight Rider says:

    What a jacko!!!
    Twist here and turn there and didn’t know what he’s talking about.
    Another loser, huh!
    Guess the solar eclipse must have created alot of these “brainless” around.
    What a pity, David Chan!!!

  52. kittykat46 says:

    How rarely are police seen on ordinary street patrols now…
    The Polis Raja DiMalaysia is now primarily a “Political Police”, deployed for the purpose of propping up the regime.

  53. Hahaha says:

    Clutching at straws: the signs of a dying man
    http://us3.malaysia-today.net/2008/content/view/10767/1/

  54. ROOM619 says:

    SUDAH TERLAMBAT UNTUK DI TERBALIKKAN FAKTA

    Hospital Kuala Lumpur hari ini telah mengeluarkan laporan di mana Dato’ Seri Anwar Ibrahim tidak terlibat dalam kes meliwat Saiful. Laporan ini telah di bocorkan oleh salah seorang pegawai di hospital berkenaan dan Pejabat Parti Keadilan telah menerima laporan tersebut pada tenghari tadi.

    Ternyata Dato Seri Anwar tidak bersalah dan pihak kerajaan cuba untuk mereka cerita demi kepentingan politik mereka. Sejurus menerima laporan tersebut ketua wanita keadilan Puan Zuraida Kamaruddin telah menghadiahkan sejambak bunga bagi mengucapkan jutaan terima kasih kepada pihak hospital berkenaan kerana tulus, jujur dan amanah.

    10 Jambak bunga yang di hadiahkan sebenarnya ada motif yang tersirat.

    Bunga yang di hadiahkan Puan Zuraida adalah untuk menyampaikan mesej bahawa pihak Parti Keadilan sudah mengetahui mengenai laporan perubatan tersebut. Pihak Hospital agak terkejut kerana laporan yang asal itu telah di bocorkan.

    Menurut sumber sejurus laporan perubatan rasmi telah di keluarkan ternyata DSAI tidak bersalah namun Pihak Kerajaan berusaha untuk menukar fakta dengan menyuruh Pihak Hospital untuk menukar kembali laporan tersebut. Namun malang ianya sudah terlambat. Salah seorang pegawai di hospital berkenaan sudah tidak mahu terlibat serta bersubahat untuk melakukan jenayah tersebut. Walau selicik mana sekalipun jika pekara itu benar walau di sorokkan tetap akan timbul kebenarannya.

    Dato’ Seri Anwar juga sebelum ini telah membuat kenyataan walau apa sekali pun yang terjadi Beliau tetap akan bertanding walau waktu kempennya berada di Balai Polis. Namun dengan laporan perubatan yang sahih dikeluarkan tidak ada sebab lagi untuk DSAI ditahan.

    Jika ramai yang sedar Pihak B.N juga ingin mempermainkan lagi rakyat dengan kenyataan mereka untuk turunkan harga minyak. Jika benar ingin turunkan, turunkan sekarang. Jangan tunggu sehingga pilihan raya kecil tamat. Semata-mata ingin menipu pengundi. Dalam debat baru baru ini mereka memberitahu bahawa minyak tidak boleh diturunkan dan mengangap DSAI hanya beromong kosong.

    Tetapi sebaliknya mereka yang tidak bijak dalam mengurus ekonomi. Menurut mereka harga minyak tidak boleh turun kerana mengikut harga pasaran global. Tetapi bila sudah hampir dengan pilihan raya kecil tiba-tiba sahaja ingin menururunkan harga minyak. Adakah ini yang di katakan harga global ? Adakah kerana Permatang Pauh Harga Global minyak terjejas ? Hebat sungguh penipuan keajaan BN. Ini jelas membuktikan mereka tidak pandai dalam ekonomi. Padanlah Malaysia mengalami kemerosotan kebelakangan ini.

    Ini merupakan berita gembira bagi rakyat Malaysia. Akhirnya komplot mereka sudah hampir terbongkar dan cerita yang semirip novel ini sudah mahu sampai ke penghujungnya. Nantikan kesudahannya dengan penangkapan seorang demi seorang dari ikan yang kecil hingga ke ikan yang besar.

    Bersambung…
    Puan Zuraida Kamaruddin
    Ahli Parlimen :. Ampang

    Dari Rakyat Kepada Rakyat Untuk Rakyat

  55. Rice bowl says:

    People who blindly and readily toss this notion of conspiracy theory to make their case are actually not using their intelligence and good sense. They invoke this idea of a conspiracy theory in order to dismiss the issue out of hand because they really do not have any good logical arguments to counter what has been presented.

    This kind of response is actually more a mindless or knee jerk response based on nothing more than the general sentiment that denigrates a conspiracy theory just by mentioning its name. Such people are ignorant of the evidence or not giving it the proper intelligent treatment.

    And they are usually the same people as those who blindly believe in our institutions of the judiciary and law enforcement and are fond of mindlessly saying, ‘Let’s just stand aside and let the police and the courts do their job’.

    This despite all these years – since the time of Dr Mahathir Mohamad as PM – that showed how both institutions have been bent, twisted or threatened to serve the interests of the BN government.

    These folks are actually far more damaging to the well-being and future of a democratic Malaysia that aspires to be nothing more than having all Malaysians governed by the rule of law.

    http://www1.malaysiakini.com/letters/87235

  56. wits0 says:

    I think what David Chan is trying to say is that things aren’t really that bad. But he chose the wrong place to present his views as we know that things are that bad enough to warrant a real change. The tipping point was reached a long time ago. As such, he is actually being sort of patronising in asserting those old angles while obfuscating plenty of others in front of us.

    Oh yeah, must things really be exactly like Zimbabwe before seeking for a change for the better? He seems to be suggesting so.

  57. david chan says:

    Dear Eric,

    Thank you for your comment, you mention
    Question : “Everybody has done wrong in one way or another. It is the magnitude that matters and whether it was done wilfully”,
    Answer : Yes, the BN have done things we all consider wrong, but after Abdullah take over we must admit there’s really some reform and changes, it may take times …,
    Question : “To make things worst, not only the wealth is not being shared out, but we are made to pay. So instead of us getting, the greedy gov made us to pay like tol, high car taxes, etc……and no fund for the needy people. Even some non-rich country like HK, etc has it. There are many poor people in KL alone who don’t have a house to stay. They have to depend on charitable organization and kind people.”
    Answer : Other than Malaysia, lot of country have to pay taxes, toll, etc even the rich asian country (near to malaysia), By the way, HK is consider rich country in certain sense, as it is the financial center and economy giant in south east asia, well, as what I understand, HK people no EPF, car super expensive, just to own a small flat/apartment , the people have to work 2-3 job, to apply for a government low cost flat is long queue, this is what I hear from my HK friends,”, etc ….
    Question : “Also the election is not fair election. How could we expect PR to wait until next term. Even in the next election, Bn would try to win by all means of dirty tricks. It is enough harm done to the country”
    Answer : IF general election not fair, how can oppostion won 5 states in the recent general election ? and how can anwar release from jail ?
    “There are two group of people A and B. A is trying its best for the people and make mistakes. B is trying its best to get rich by all dirty means. Which would you approve?”
    Answer : I won’t choose A or B. guess C will do which means “The party that serve people, bring country to development, create more job and not many mistakes, as we talk about a country future, we can’t afford a government that everytime make mistake, then just say “oppshh, sorry, I am learning, then make another mistake again…”…
    Last from me, as mention me need to back to work, as for me last is, have meal on table for my family everyday is more important, live in harmony and stability in economy as all this incident after the March GE sure will bring us NOWHERE …
    thank you eric for your comment, last from me …

  58. Rice bowl says:

    David Chan and Mustafa Ong think same same. But it is not surprising.
    MCA, MIC, Gerakan, PPP and so on say the same as David Chan.
    Nothing new from a self confessed foreign degree but same 50 year old story.

  59. Rice bowl says:

    live in harmony and stability in economy as all this incident after the March GE sure will bring us NOWHERE …- david chan

    This is a stand-up comedian or what? Now into astrology oso. Maybe Father Christmas will really be seen soon. Nah on the other hand pigs will have wings soon.

  60. wits0 says:

    Kittykat46, actually governing Bolehland has always been an easy job for the BN. They like to make a big deal with that mention.

    Because of this, the expectation of little effort, plenty reward has long sunken into the psyche of ’em politicians and they don’t like challenges as they don’t like any extra trouble/problem. They want all the time to take care of their commissions and biz interests as usual. The fact that the country still run despite that tsunami shock to bumno is because of the existing civil service(no matter how flawed) and a docile and responsible population.

  61. david chan says:

    daer Knigt Rider,
    Question :
    What a jacko!!!
    Twist here and turn there and didn’t know what he’s talking about.
    Another loser, huh! Guess the solar eclipse must have created alot of these “brainless” around. What a pity, David Chan!!!
    ANSWER : sad to say it, there’s a word saying, when we talk about other people who are “another loser”, “brainless”, etc .., we must first think and look at ourself first, as we maybe one of it, that’s why we have this word in our mind, Please judge ourself first before we comment on other people, thank you my friends …,
    WitsO, btw, please read and understand the real situation in ZImbabwe before compare here with the situation in Malaysia,
    thank you…

  62. La Cha Mau says:

    Syed and Musa, please tell us Rakyat that you two are not joking by increasing police presence to improve security. What A Joke!

    After having said that, please then tell us Rakyat who is in the dock at the Shah Alam High Court charged with the murder of Altantunya Shariibu. It is a legal fact that the Malaysian Government has charge ACTIVE POLICEMEN (not former or retired but active, very very active members) of committing that brutal murder and here these two jokers say they want to improve security. The Rakyats’ security will be further impaired if there is a bigger presence because you can’t even control TWO policemen directly under jurisdiction, how can you control if there is more.

  63. Hahaha says:

    Chaptokam; (a face of a typical Um-no ass)

    How much were you paid for your story?
    Not bad for a day work, is’nt it.

  64. david chan says:

    Dear Rice bowl,

    Thank you for your comment, guess you never read all my point,etc.
    Last, as mention earlier, I am not any BN or Opposition supporter.
    Thank you and bye everyone ….

  65. kesava says:

    It is very unfortunate that at a time of rising inflation and economic uncertainties, the nation has become preoccupied with the sodomy allegations against the Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) advisor, Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim. Why so much of time,energy’ money and especially police manpower are spent on this problem?Has sodomy become our top national problem?

    http://drctoni.blogspot.com/2008/07/first-medical-examination-relevant.html

  66. wits0 says:

    David Chan: “WitsO, btw, please read and understand the real situation in ZImbabwe before compare here with the situation in Malaysia, thank you…”

    Patronizing again, hahaha! There’s always room to hide in vagueness.

  67. kesava says:

    Scary Similarities: Malaysia & South Africa

    Shame on Malaysia for preaching this suicidal policy to South Africa. Woe betide any other country that is even considering “learning” from us. Whilst there are certainly short term gains for the marginalised community, its long term liabilities will be destructive, and I caution against it wholeheartedly.

    http://egalitaria.wordpress.com/2008/04/27/scary-similarities-malaysia-south-africa/

  68. kesava says:

    Some similarities between Malaysia and Zimbabwe:

    1. Opposition leaders have to seek protection in foreign embassy for fear of being killed.
    2. Ruling party unwilling to give up power no matter what.
    3. Ruling oligarchs enriching themselves at the expense of the ordinary people.
    4. Inflation rate going up faster than C4 explosives.
    5. Government incapable of proper governance of the country.

    What I am going to relate below is about Robert Mugabe. Yes, Mahathir Mohamad’s good friend. Mahathir might have learnt from his good friend on how to frame up a political opponent.

    Canaan Banana was the first president of Zimbabwe in 1980. However the President’s post of Zimbabwe at that time was merely ceremonial. In 1987, this post was taken by Mugabe which in turn made the post as Executive President. Banana than became a Diplomat for Organization of African Unity and head of Religious Department at the University of Zimbabwe. In 1997, Mugabe had him arrested on trump up charges for sodomy. Banana denies all charges against him saying that homosexuality is “defiant, abominable and wrong”. , and the charges against him was “a mortuary of pathological lies” to destroy his political career. He fled to South Africa while on bail. He believes that Mugabe is plotting to assassinate him. In 1998 he return to Zimbabwe after Nelson Mandela convinced him to face the law. He was sentenced to a 10 year prison term.

    That same year, 1998, Mahathir Mohamed made similar trump up sodomy charges against Anwar Ibrahim with all the apparatus in his power. Anwar did not manage to escape to another country as his arrest was swift. He was beaten up to near death while in prison by none others than the Head of Police himself (but on whose instruction?).

  69. Hahaha says:

    david chan:

    Please don’t self glorify yourself. You must have obtained your master from one of the overseas Umno bought universities. A lot of us have master, we need not have to spell it out!

  70. wits0 says:

    Happy now David Chan? Or do you need to write a new thesis to counter the above answer by Kesava?

  71. leaving normal says:

    haiya…why quarrel,people.let’s be cool la about it.shall we.

    i think police is needed in every election.just to make sure there are no trouble makers making troubles and trouble makers may come from both UMNO/BN and PKR supporters.bear that in mind.people want to vote and not to be choked at the neck by some goddamn hooligan supporter.

    i feel sorry for the photographer though.she’s doing her job and perhaps the PKR over-reacted about it.

  72. penganalisis politik says:

    The deployment of the police during at the venue during the election is to prevent riots and mudslinging of both parties. Dun mis-speculate their intentions. If they are not around, I guess you guys wont be so safe in that time. Don’t blame the police for securing the situation then.

  73. Knight Rider says:

    That’s what I mean, this guy David Chan could not even really even know how to compare a thing as well.
    Welcome to the future, David Tan!
    The past is already gone and please forget about your history lesson!
    Read more news on the websites but not from “The Star”.
    Never watch those TV3 news and I’m sure the next time when you’re back, you’ll agree with us.
    Otherwise, go submit in some application forms to the MCA and I’m sure one of these days, you could take over Ong Ka Ting’s post.

  74. kittykat46 says:

    David Chain,
    Which foreign university did you get your Master’s from ? It wouldn’t happen to be New Port University ? Same as the Perlis MB ?……

    Just to get your facts right.

    “HK People no EPF”
    Have you ever read about the MPF in HK (Mandatory Provident Fund). All salaried employees are enrolled. Last year, the HK government paid a large amount from its budget surplus into every MPF contributor’s account.

    Its true that many HK people are self-employed, running their own small enterprises, such people would not be mandatory MPF contributors, though they can join the fund if they wish.

    “HK car super expensive”
    It is deliberately so. Between their MTR and Bus system, you can go just about anywhere in the city.

    By the way, HK’s per capita GDP is $ 30,000 USD.
    No point comparing to Bolehland’s, its just a different set of circumstances.

  75. crash says:

    hello,

    i can’t help it but i do share a little bit of the same sense at david. if we looking at thing via a different angle than you might understand what david trying to say. can’t blame him. if we sees thing within us and JUST around us nothing seem too wrong. But when you look at thing as a whole….. then it’s a different story.

    david, i’m guessing you think the way you are now is because the current malaysia economy crisis and all that rises doesn’t affect you much. actually, same as me. we stil drive our 2 litre and above fancy car, eat at restaurant, club and smoking cigar. doesn’t seem too bad. but the problem arises when you look at a bigger picture. some people seem pretty happy and doing pretty well with the current gomen administrations because either job/work is un-related or not affected by it or best gaining from it.

    the thing that everybody is debating and disagree with you is about the whole country and peoples, the poor.. farmer fisherman.. salesman..low low income family and those who very much affected by the current administrations. the OBVIOUS corruption and abuses of power. Those pretender, smiling and vowed to make a better living for everybody and yet the peoples still suffer.

    can you imagine, the peoples who rent small flat, driving a national car and still pay tax to them so you can see more luxury car with umno/mca/gerakan sticker around town? mind you those are not even minister. can you imagine if 1 day, you’re facing law-related problem but being denied your right?

    i am fortunate enough not much affected by any of this but by looking around and knowing how unfair and corrupt thing’s has become and as a malaysian we shouldn’t fight for it? for a better country for your children’s and mine?

    we all know for fact that corruption within administration is unavoidable, even for PR. but there is a limit to it. the current administration definately surpass that limit in terms of corruption and abuse of power.

    also, we shouldn’t compare anything with any other country. we will know it ourself if thing’s if good enough for us. the fact is ..!! our income per-capita does sux big time with our car and housing price.

    and peoples, peace out laaaa.

    crash

  76. Fortified City says:

    “Recent by-election campaigns have proven to be fertile ground for extremist elements from both sides of the camp to converge. “Qoute

    This kind of careless statements are imaginations of the worse-kind. We should not allow this kind of typical blocked ‘blanket’ mentality to dominate politics. Just because it happenned in Ijok, you cannot presume all Malaysians are like that.

    No body is saying that a country does not need law enforcement, even Papua New Guinea needs law enforcement, everyone knows that.

    The issue is : everybody should behave like an adult and if it is a political gathering, lets conduct it in such a way its one. No one has the civil right to intimidate another,not even the Police Force.

    If people in Malaysia are still struggling with their anger management after 50 years of civilisation so to speak, and if they need the police to be around to control them, we might as well forget about having any elections in this country and go back to living on trees, as the West still sees us as one today.

    Come on, Malaysia grow up! Don’t give us this lame excuses. Maintain justice , not injustice. We want to see a free and fair elections, thats our objective.

    Let us establish a name for ourselves that we carry out elections with the highest integrity with the interest of the people at heart. Don’t stir social unrest with your careless remarks.Be more responsible as a citizen.

    We expect the highest form of discipline,behaviour,respect for the rights of the people,respect for the rule of just laws, equal respect for the candidates involved and most of all, maintain unity in diversity of opinions,political stand,races,religion,idealogies,beliefs, individual rights,freedom of expression, and we can go on and on.

  77. Knight Rider says:

    Lucky to’ve someone like “crash” around who at least understand.
    Otherwise it’ll be a real waste of time explaining something to someone who does’nt know a sort of thing, of what he’s talking.
    Thanks “crash” for explaining to this “David Tan”, in plain words!
    Otherwise, there’ll be no peace around here.

  78. Khairy Kemulutin says:

    They may bring in the FRUs and Army just to scare the voters.

    Park Lah

  79. machitam says:

    that’s a good comparison by kesava..
    Zimbabwe now are in chaos, the goverment forces are “screwing up” the people. Zimbabwe was once a model country of the African Nations i.e African Jewel and now…
    ————————————————————–
    Politics: President Robert Mugabe, in office since 1980, has been accused of resorting to heavy-handed methods to remain in power. He won the 2008 presidential election only after it was reduced to a one-man race.

    Economy: Economy in crisis, with rampant inflation, “de-industrialisation” and shortages of food and fuel. Agricultural production is shrinking

    International: Faces increasing international isolation over human rights abuses and restrictions on freedom.

    is Malaysia going to Zimbabwe direction? i can see similarity in the scenario of Zimbabwe here….

    Mugabe has been in power for a long time. He think that Zimbabwe belong to him until the economy started to collapse with his gaulible rule of massive corruptions, cronism and oppressing the oppositions in order to cling on to power.

    david chan, do you like banana?

  80. haf says:

    that’s weird.. when there are chaos.. only the police will be blamed with their so called agent provocateurs. Is all PKR suppoters are saint? I bet next time there will be a recycle slogan “Vote PKR and you can go to heaven” heh! For me its not right just to blame the police.. some of them are rude, arrogant,violent etc..etc and that’s true but the same goes to the PKR suppoters. To blame the police for all chaos..it just not right.

  81. Anonymous says:

    chaptokam, talking crap again.

  82. Jeffripower says:

    Mengapa perlu sempitkan fikiran? Bila lebih banyak polis ditugaskan di Permatang Pauh semasa hari mengundi je, terus kata itu semua satu konspirasi untuk menakutkan orang ramai untuk tidak turun mengundi. Seperti yang kita tahu tugas pois untuk menjaga kemanan. Bukankah PKR sebuah parti yang kuat memberontak, suka tunjuk perasaan. Manalah tau masa election tu nanti, mereka buat tunjuk perasaan. Sebab itulah polis patut ditempatkan di sana lebih banyak supaya dapat mengatasi sebarang kemungkinan tunjuk perasaan oleh penyokong fanatik taksub Anwar Ibrahim…

  83. IndependenceKid says:

    Digression – Najis says “indepth” study to be carried out on MRR2.
    How timely and appropriate…with all the hoo hah with Sodomy Specialists….in deeeeeeeeeeep shiiiiiiiiiit. Indepth study on sodomy must be carried out to by none other than the deeeeeeep Peeeeeee Mmmmmmmm

  84. Knight Rider says:

    We’re just buying the story on one side and what about the other side?
    There’s a lot of hooks and crooks so why bother when the real incident is not known yet.
    Any genuine witnesses around that could prove a thing or did the reporter said anything that might provoke anyone?
    Who knows….???
    Let’s not jump to conclusion!

  85. Anonymous says:

    BEWARE MALAYSIANS.
    There are some umno cybertroopers who like to sway the bloggers here into believing that UMNO is good and that PKR is bad. Don’t fall into their trap.

  86. crash says:

    here you go, the photo of the the suppose to be PKR security at Sun website.
    http://www.sun2surf.com/

    he sleeveless guy who choke her is not wearing PKR vest. he can be anyone, PKR, FBI, CIA, ATK, CTU…. hell know he can be the mamak selling susu by the roadside stall.

  87. Eric says:

    Anyway, does anyone read about BN giving RM1000 to voters in Permatang Pauh to vote against Anwar?

    http://us2.malaysia-today.net/2008/content/view/10777/1/

    I really hope the voters won’t be affected.
    BN is never ashamed to do dirty work and waste our money!

  88. Anonymous says:

    Jeffripower: “Seperti yang kita tahu tugas pois untuk menjaga kemanan.”

    Jeffripower: “Mengapa perlu sempitkan fikiran? Bila lebih banyak polis ditugaskan di Permatang Pauh semasa hari mengundi je, terus kata itu semua satu konspirasi untuk menakutkan orang ramai untuk tidak turun mengundi.”

    :: Seperti yang kita tahu tugas pois untuk menjaga kemanan. Mengapa perlu sempitkan fikiran? Begitukah lebih ramai polis ditugaskan buat penyiasatan kes sodomy Anwar?? Apabila polis kata tak cukup orang untuk buat penyiasatan kes-kes jenayah lain??

  89. IndependenceKid says:

    Jeffripower—sedih lah baca u punya comment…nampak sangat U ini tak ikut perkembangan di negara ini..amat sedih.. Mungkin fikiran kita ini sempit, berwaswas atas tindakan hantar ramai polis ke PP, tolong terangkan dgn fikiran u yg luas, cara AI di tahan olih polis bertopeng seramai 20 org, 4 4wd, 15 kereta plois, dan selapas tu15 motorsikal polis apabila beliau di bawa ke HKL…. Adakah itu munasabah….POLIS POLIS POLIS yang pukul AI “black eye” episode – IGP, Grand SAga episode..Senior Police officer comment..”deserve what he got” U percaya lagi POLIS….ahhhhh u kampung mana ah…?

  90. Menyalak-er says:

    Well, on the lighter side of things, i’ll try to work out this “more cops’ in p.pauh conundrum”.
    I think the nominee for bumno for this byelection is Mdm. Dottie aka Lumpiolus.
    All polis personnel especially the FRU are to carry ‘plasticky’ batons and are expected to go beyond their call of duty, nature, whatever…
    They are to assault any human being that gets within a kilo c4 explosive radius of the aforesaid vvip.
    They are to help hand out largese to the poor kampung folk of p.pauh i.e. rm 2, the rest of rm 998, they’re to keep for their higher morals/morale.
    They are to keep the cleanliness by daily showering of ‘dirty’ recalctrant local populace with acid showers from fire trucks rented from the local Balai Bomba.
    Mdm Lumpiolus will only leave the scene if and when her opponent is incarcerated, or perchance by the legal machinations of the Altantunya; the former much more likely than the later.
    She will also take this opportunity to lose some lard, by exercising regularly with some of the more atheletic ‘members’ amongst her security detail.
    She will be joined by none other than sdr. beruk SIaL, erzam-ned, her driver the liwat-eed and his ex-athele sprinting godmatha.
    Msm will also attend en-masse – with high probablity of going over the cliff in lemming-like behavior.
    In proper bumno perspective therefore, her opponent would not stand a chance.
    We the rakyat condemn the probable practice of the SWAT team who are now wearing jackets trimmed with pig-leather collars to get within 10m of our devout muslim brother, called Anwar Ibrahim.
    Kindly sign petition…

  91. kittykat46 says:

    “Najis says “indepth” study to be carried out on MRR2”

    More and more spin.
    Facts – the MRR2 was badly designed to begin with, with portions of the structure liable to overload.
    Facts – The contractor which design and build the project is a “connected’ UMNOputra company. Kautim.
    Facts – Semi Value tried to spin round and round to protect the cronies. In the end Rm 70 million spent AT TAXPAYER EXPENSE to repair it by wrapping super-expensive Carbon-Fibre round the structure to strengthen it.
    Facts – The carbon-fibre repair done last year is now peeling off…

    What next – more repairs, or the highway have to be demolished ?

    In the end the Rakyat get Sodomised, again.

  92. Anonymous says:

    I have some friends in Permatang Pauh. Would ask them to “tolak BN” this time round.

  93. IndependenceKid says:

    Jeffripower—sedih lah baca u punya comment…nampak sangat U ini tak ikut perkembangan di negara ini..amat sedih.. Mungkin fikiran kita ini sempit, berwaswas atas tindakan hantar ramai polis ke PP, tolong terangkan dgn fikiran u yg luas, cara AI di tahan olih polis bertopeng seramai 20 org, 4 4wd, 15 kereta plois, dan selapas tu15 motorsikal polis apabila beliau di bawa ke HKL…. Adakah itu munasabah….POLIS POLIS POLIS yang pukul AI “black eye” episode – IGP, Grand SAga episode..Senior Police officer comment..”deserve what he got” U percaya lagi POLIS….ahhhhh u kampung mana ah…?

  94. Knight Rider says:

    There’s no harm of taking the RM1000 if you’re not caught by the ACA.
    If they insist of giving it to you, then take it!
    When voting, just put a cross on the opposition side.
    Nobody is going to go after you for that!!!
    Learn to be like PAS.
    Accept the offer to talk but reject their offer to merge thereafter.

  95. bamboo river says:

    testing

  96. IndependenceKid says:

    Samy Value will have to go to Puswari soon….his stomach and even more his big “bl… A..” will be aching soon as the sodomy specialist DrC4 Najis starts his iiiinnnndepth study begins, shame Dr Osman on leave, maybe DR MM can conduct the examination, after all he been covering Samy’s ass all those years…

  97. Anonymous says:

    To Permatang Pauh voters,
    When BN people offers you RM1000 to vote their BN candidate, they are using “wang rakyat”. If BN people are very keen to give you “wang rakyat”, no problem to take “wang rakyat”. But make sure that you vote for “pakatan rakyat”.

  98. IndependenceKid says:

    Samy Value will have to go to Puswari soon….his stomach and even more his big “bl… A..” will be aching soon as the sodomy specialist DrC4 Najis starts his iiiinnnndepth study begins, shame Dr Osman on leave, maybe DR MM can conduct the examination, after all he been covering Samy’s ass all those years…

  99. Eric says:

    I hope the Permatang Pauh voters will be smarter than those remote area voters.
    I heard that during the last GE, those remote voters voted BN after receiving say around RM100 or RM200…….or even a piece of simple cloth was enough to make them vote for BN…

    Let’s hope Permatang pauh voters will be smarter than them…

  100. david chan says:

    Dear Kesava,
    Some similarities between Malaysia and Zimbabwe:
    1. Opposition leaders have to seek protection in foreign embassy for fear of being killed.
    ANSWER : How you know and sure that this opposition leader never create a story and action that make everyone pity on him, pretend to run away and seek protection in foreign embassy (example, A good actor/actress normally will have a good acting skill).
    2. Ruling party unwilling to give up power no matter what.
    ANSWER : Why have to give up power when Ruling party won the election although by less than 2/3 majority and choose by majority of people rather than maybe only people in this blog, and opposition won 5 states. If they give up, how they answer to people who vote for the ruling party at GE.
    3. Ruling oligarchs enriching themselves at the expense of the ordinary people.
    ANSWER : Now we can see changes in the ruling party way of handing things, if they all this want to enriching themself, how we all of our children have free education, new development, new highway, new job created, subsidy of petrol price, government/clinic subisdy, etc…
    4. Inflation rate going up faster than C4 explosives.
    ANSWER : Inflation rate going fast not only in Malaysia, even other country where during the past few year inflation is low. It is global problem.
    5. Government incapable of proper governance of the country.
    ANSWER : How can you expect the government have a proper governance when they are busy with all the “internal problem” like sodomy charges, strike,etc.
    Last … ANSWER :
    For your explanation of Zimbabwe, but all this incident did not mention “Canaan Banana” not guilty of sodomy and then return to Zimbabwe to face charges in 1998, even been jailed for 10 years. In a Zimbabwe, where security is a problem, IF someone want to assassinate a person, you think the person will still around when he return.

    Dear kittykat46 :

    Question :
    “Have you ever read about the MPF in HK (Mandatory Provident Fund). All salaried employees are enrolled. Last year, the HK government paid a large amount from its budget surplus into every MPF contributor’s account”.
    ANSWER : Please do read, I mention Hong Kong people no EPF doesn’t mean they have no MPF, and it just implemented not long ago. But with their high cost of living, you think the MPF manage to support them when they are old.
    ….. “HK car super expensive”
    It is deliberately so. Between their MTR and Bus system, you can go just about anywhere in the city.
    ANSWER : Yes, we can go around anywhere in HK with MTR and Bus system but NOT EVERYWHERE which are not link by MTR/Bus system in HK.
    By the way, HK’s per capita GDP is $ 30,000 USD.
    No point comparing to Bolehland’s, its just a different set of circumstances.
    ANSWER : Just comparing, as someone use HK as a comparision.

    Dear Knight rider :
    Question :
    “That’s what I mean, this guy David Chan could not even really even know how to compare a thing as well. Welcome to the future, David Tan!
    The past is already gone and please forget about your history lesson!
    ANSWER : Yes, you are right, we must look to the future, the past already gone, but some of us seem like always looking at the past here (the ruling party last time record, all the old record, never see the new record,etc).
    Question :……Read more news on the websites but not from “The Star”.
    Never watch those TV3 news and I’m sure the next time when you’re back, you’ll agree with us. Otherwise, go submit in some application forms to the MCA and I’m sure one of these days, you could take over Ong Ka Ting’s post.
    ANSWER : Thank you, I do read star newspaper, malaysiakini and even opposition website,etc but I still have a neutral view, just stated the fact only. Thank you, I am not interested in any post.

    Dear ha,ha,ha,ha,
    Question : “Please don’t self glorify yourself. You must have obtained your master from one of the overseas Umno bought universities. A lot of us have master, we need not have to spell it out!”,
    ANSWER : I never spell it out, just stated my point only and my view to someone, by the way, I got my qualification not from government sponsor university,etc but borrow $ from my relative to further my study. By the way, I work in an MNC firm in Malaysia not staying overseas.

    One point here, some people seem like think in one way only …., Friends, all from me, you can say anything you prefer as you have your right, thank you for giving me this opportunity to write my view here.

    p/s : there will not be any further comment from me, JUDGE YOURSELF…

    thank you…

  101. machitam says:

    MRR2…..i thought they got a US technological advise on the RM70M repair works.
    carbon fibre? i thought they “pasang” reinforce supports because the cracks were due to overshifting of the structures.

    how much profit they made out of the RM70M repairs?

    ramai polis di P. Pauh itu bukan nak menakutkan orang ramai turun mengundi…tetapi menakutkan supaya orang ramai tak pegi dengar ceramah DSAI dan juga untuk melindungi pengundi hantu.

    hah.. Tan Sri Rashid, dakwat yang lama itu boleh gunalah di P. Pauh. takan nak tunggu “cabinet” putuskan kot…

  102. Anonymous says:

    Eric,
    I have friends staying in Permatang Pauh area. I shall ask my friends to go around advising people there to take the money if offered by BN people and to vote for PKR in the coming election.

    All,
    Please also tell your friends to do so if you have friends staying in Permatang Pauh area.

  103. Anonymous says:

    David Chan,
    Dun support BN blindly. Time to change.

  104. Wong Chee Kong says:

    I’m not surprised! Are you?

  105. Eric says:

    Yea, we have to encourage our friends in Permatang Pauh not be influenced by the RM1000. Best of all, if some voters there able to record the bribery and take BN to task.

  106. Ravindran Kunjan says:

    Dear All,

    Another “gimmick” to ask for a hefty budget to increase wealth of higher echelon of PDRM & KDN, including flip flop, Botak & PIG Musa. Just imagine the food, mineral water, police utilities which will be needed for 60 or more days….making contractor & approving bodies smile their way to the bank. JUSTIFICATION: SECURITY THREAT/US STOOGE/OPPOSITION GOVT IN PENANG..

    JUST IGNORE THEM……TAKE THE $$$$$$$$$$ BUT PLEASE VOTE FOR SON OF PTG PAUH, DATO SERI ANWAR IBRAHIM, PM IN WAITING.

    God Bless DSAI, RPK, Dr Osman, informers, rational Malaysians.

    Ravindran Kunjan

  107. crash says:

    david, i share most of your view but not all.. example of a few;

    ANSWER : How you know and sure that this opposition leader never create a story and action that make everyone pity on him, pretend to run away and seek protection in foreign embassy (example, A good actor/actress normally will have a good acting skill)

    you have understand his fear when you were framed and lockup for the past 6 years by the previous power before. if i put it on my own feet, i would do the same if not an even bigger drama than him.

    ANSWER : How can you expect the government have a proper governance when they are busy with all the “internal problem” like sodomy charges, strike,etc.

    why do the goverment even get involved with the sodomy and strike etc? deal with the current economy crisis and country resources from wastage, i never understand a headline for sodomy AT ALL. it’s the headache and job of the police force and this is not even a priority crime when you have rape, murder and blowing up still un-solved also there are still children missing for god sake.

    i believe you and the rest are a man with good will.. well, this is public forum.. mis understanding does happen. we all want the best for the country.

    crash

  108. KNB says:

    Yeah.
    Caramel popcorn will be better for this saga.

  109. Orang Utan says:

    DEar David Chan,
    I wish to forward my humble comment> After ruling for 50 yrs the BN govt is geeting more racist. Fact No 1 just look at the composition of the civil servants-over 90 percent belong to one race. Fact No 2 even the local banks are following the govt footstep. Just walk into the govt controlled banks and u know what I mean. Even the fast food restuarants r following suit. It is all pure nonsense that other races do not need the secure job. So do u want yr children to suffer?

  110. Orang Utan says:

    David Chan,
    I can say that the MCA & MIC is now totally irrelevant. Whether they exist or not makes no difference. They r only interested in taking care of themselves.So after 50 yrs what major achievement have they done? Maybe only a few unversities> So how about other things like job discrimination etc etc?

  111. Anonymous says:

    Time to change. Underlah BN!

  112. Anonymous says:

    BEWARE MALAYSIANS!!!! BEWARE MALAYSIANS!!!!

    1) BN people are hiring more cybertroopers to confuse and to sway fence-sitters to support the falling BN.

    2) Also according to the LATEST INFORMATION the” Kekasaran” that happened to a Guang Ming Daily reporter after a PKR rally recently, the so-called “PKR security” are ACTUALLY not from PKR. Someone out there is trying to TARNISH the image of PKR. Guess who is behind? Make a good guess.

  113. Eric says:

    I guess it is Najib

  114. Anonymous says:

    Oh ya one more thing if you browse through blogs let say like this Susan’s blog and you find that someone is trying hard to goreng as much the issue of “kekasaran keselamatan pkr”. Then it is quite easy to spot UMNO cybertroopers here.

  115. george says:

    the issue here is very odvious… if one denies their worker being rude to the reporter then it should be the gang from the opposite party lor… guess who??? everyone know… lah…

    well, we need to change… our nation is deeply need a big change at federal level… we r going nowhere but go backward…

  116. dbwing says:

    Bad News From Msiakini (3.14pm) On Chinese News Section:

    Warrant of arrest has been delivered to Anwar’s house in Segambut, lunch time today. Lawyers are gathered over ….. Sorry I need to leave..

  117. chaptokam says:

    David Chan
    You are a down to earth fella ,talking straight out of your heart . You have my support .

    There are always two sides of the coin when you look at things . Let them say what they want to say , let them shout , let them curse , nobody’s listening , only entertaining themselves and self clapping with satisfaction . No matter what one does there’s bound to be some who will never agree with you , tend to agree with you or in agreement with you . As long as what you think is right do it . Right action brings right reaction .

    Change can only come about slowly and gracefully . Political change has to come with time , Not like a car tyre change . Every country has its problems , no country is free from that . If political change is too rapid it will snowball into something else nobody will be able to control . Just look at Iraq fro example . Very easy regime change . What happens ? Is Iraq today a safer country today then when it was under Saddam Hussien ? Even though Saddam was a tyrant , the country was more peaceful hardly any conflicts between the Shites and the Sunnis . Regime change came under pretex for the Iraqi oil . Tdau we have millions of Iraqis killed , displaced , families broken up , thousands maimed , millions of refugees everywhere , yeah that was a very efficient fast change .

    You are right David , today our bread and butter is more important under Maslow’s Heirachy of Needs.

  118. chaptokam says:

    David Chan
    You are a down to earth fella ,talking straight out of your heart . You have my support .

  119. wits0 says:

    Chaptokam proclaimed : “You are right David , today our bread and butter is more important under Maslow’s Heirachy of Needs.”

    We’re past that bottom most stage explained in Maslow’s, O Chapto-pyrite. 😀
    Aren’t you pulling a fast one here?

  120. chaptokam says:

    Ha ha witsO depends on how you look at it , my friend .

    cheerio!

  121. chaptokam says:

    wits0

    Don’t think I can pull a fast one on him , don’t you think so ? He’s got a Masters degree . I think he can think very well for himself .
    Cheerio!

  122. chaptokam says:

    david chan

    You are doing very well . Good show . It shows you know your stuff .

  123. chaptokam says:

    Anonymous (14:36:12) :

    BEWARE MALAYSIANS!!!! BEWARE MALAYSIANS!!!!

    1) BN people are hiring more cybertroopers to confuse and to sway fence-sitters to support the falling BN.

    Hello Annoymous , this is cyber warfare . Good for the intellectual thinking . Just our thoughts and ideas . No name calling , No profanites , and nobody gets injured . Only brainstorming .

  124. wits0 says:

    Chapto-pyrite, don’t you know that Koh Tsu Koon also has a coupla of PhDs? Helluva good job he ended up doing in screwing up Penang too! 😀
    You’re trying to pulling a fast on us wrt Maslow. Hahaha!

  125. chaptokam says:

    Orang Utan

    Hi old friend regarding,
    David Chan,
    I can say that the MCA & MIC is now totally irrelevant. Whether they exist or not makes no difference.

    Every body has a place here . And every party has its revelance here . Its how the people turn the party around to make its revelancy . Its just like a company going under the hammer . You can still salvage the company and turn it around . MCA & MIC will still be around for sometime , whether in its present form or mutated form , its still there .

  126. Menyalak-er says:

    Well chaps, i’ve to admit that u’r absolutely right about the ‘micmac’ mutation.
    There’s presently some noises made about ‘challenges on oral sex (a crime?)’ by machua and ‘mrr2 carbon debacle’ by micsami.
    Meanwhile the ‘putras’ are busy setting up that sunny liwat case…
    Yes, there’s certainly a place under the sun, for our lovely dear leaders – whom ideally should be in a medieval dungeon, with all those who proudly proclaim their foreign degrees/diplomas for all and sundry. My friends and i are so embarassed… only spr level!
    Wanna play dungeons & dragons? Old stuff, i agree, but relevant to our political scenario?
    Doolttle and friends.

  127. chaptokam says:

    Orang Utan (14:04:56) :

    DEar David Chan,
    Fact No 1 just look at the composition of the civil servants-over 90 percent belong to one race. Fact No 2 even the local banks are following the govt footstep. Just walk into the govt controlled banks and u know what I mean. Even the fast food restuarants r following suit.

    Fact I correct not only the public sector also includes GLC . Well something needs to be done to correct this .
    Fact 2 not true , depends on which bank, I don’t think there’s any quota on racial intake . If you refer to maybank , rhb possible but not accurate .
    Fast food restaurants controlled by Malay companies , nothing can be done about that , why don’t you say Chinese restaurants , so many all over ?

  128. chaptokam says:

    Anonymous (15:08:05) :
    someone is trying hard to goreng as much the issue of “kekasaran keselamatan pkr”. Then it is quite easy to spot UMNO cybertroopers here.

    Ya very easy , all anti PR and pro BN comments are from UMNO cybertroopers .
    All pro PR and anti BN are Anwaristas .
    So everyone is either a UMNO cybertrooper or a Anwaristas !! . What a baloney !!

  129. suresh says:

    The stupid home minister who can’t control his home division from bribing is talking about Permatang Pauh. What else could we say other than fear tactic, wish this man die standing.

  130. ah long says:

    chaptokam

    You don’t know ah? Even in the private sector you must employ Malays. I know one Chinese restaurant, some freaking inspector walked in and insist the restaurant must employ at least 50% Malays.

    What to do? They cannot work in the kitchen because got cook babi. They cannot even work as waiters & waitresses because got to serve babi. They cannot even work in the bar because got serve alcohol. Further, how many jaga keretas can you freaking employ?

    The Department became a pain in the neck and threaten big fines. I suspect those people just wanted a big kopi money. The owner refused to give. Then the next thing they wanted to know why no Malay manager. Freaking far out!!!!

    Lucky, they know one good Malay Tan Sri, so they made him chairman on the board of Directors and paid him a good salary without having to do any real work. He used his influence and the Inspector never came back to disturb any more. That restaurant still employ >95% Chinese.

    Another real life example on how NEP works, the Government insist this small Chinese owned Construction company employ at least 30 Malays. So they had no choice. The Malays were employed to hold the ladder while the tradesman climb on top to do the work.

    Absolutely ridiculous but they had to comply. The Melayus holding the ladder you see them, tickle also don’t laugh. They come to work dressed up so nicely, like going out to a party on Saturday night. They just hold the freaking ladder all day and look at the girls walking past. The week after payday, don’t expect more than half of them to turn up for work.

    This this what the NEP is all about? Because in real life that is what is happening. The Melayus with Tan Sri title get paid good money for doing nothing. The ordinary Melayu get deadend jobs and no improvement in their lives. Or they get scholarship go to Uni but when they come out cannot get a meaningful job because their degrees is simply study also can get one.

    I have more real life stories to tell but Idon’t want to be called long winded. I am sick & tired if the idiots running the NEP.

  131. Stars says:

    Or they get scholarship go to Uni but when they come out cannot get a meaningful job because their degrees is simply study also can get one. – ah long

    Some can`t even do that!
    They drop out of Univ and try to sell backside and get famous after making sodomy police reports.

  132. rev says:

    The stupid home minister who can’t control his home division from bribing is talking about Permatang Pauh. What else could we say other than fear tactic, wish this man die standing. – suresh

    Hopefully fast fast he go. Look at this rubbish vomitted by him:

    PUTRAJAYA (Aug 5, 2008) : Home Minister Datuk Seri Syed Hamid Albar said today it is not a good idea to hold a forum on conversion to Islam as it can create misunderstanding and tension among the society.
    http://sun2surf.com/article.cfm?id=24464

    How come? Then there must be something wrong with the religion, or its understanding.

  133. pisa says:

    Hopefully fast fast he go. Look at this rubbish vomitted by him:

    PUTRAJAYA (Aug 5, 2008) : Home Minister Datuk Seri Syed Hamid Albar said today it is not a good idea to hold a forum on conversion to Islam as it can create misunderstanding and tension among the society.
    http://sun2surf.com/article.cfm?id=24464

    How come? Then there must be something wrong with the religion, or its understanding.

  134. pisa says:

    PUTRAJAYA (Aug 5, 2008) : Home Minister Datuk Seri Syed Hamid Albar said today it is not a good idea to hold a forum on conversion to Islam as it can create misunderstanding and tension among the society.
    http://sun2surf.com/article.cfm?id=24464

    How come? Then there must be something wrong with the religion, or its understanding.

  135. wits0 says:

    Stars : “Some can`t even do that!”

    Not even with the degrading of the educational system to make things easy for them!

  136. born free says:

    PUTRAJAYA (Aug 5, 2008) : Home Minister Datuk Seri Syed Hamid Albar said today it is not a good idea to hold a forum on conversion to Islam as it can create misunderstanding and tension among the society.
    http://sun2surf.com/article.cfm?id=24464

    So conversion must be bad?

  137. ah long says:

    WitsO.

    Your writing skills are very good, why don’t you go and sign up Saifool to write a book on his backside selling adventures. Huh, might be a top seller and make yourself a million or so.

    Honest hard work don’t get people far nowadays. Sell backside can get all the luxuries of life. Fame & fortune comes to those who bend over. Hehehehe

  138. chaptokam says:

    ah long ,

    Have also seen what you saw , this was about TNB , everytime somebody reports a power failure , four or five chaps would show up in a van . One of the chaps would climb up the ladder to do repairs , the rest would do nothing , maybe one holding the ladder . Worst they would come after the normal working hours , maybe to claim overtime pay .

  139. ah long says:

    Before I kena flame, my remarks are not meant to be racist, I am only giving my opinion of some of the NEP shortcomings.

    Another example was this new Pasar Malam. Only Malays can apply and get a stall. Lo & behold a few months after it started all the stalls were operated by the Chinese.

    The Malays had got all the stalls but what they have done is rent them out to the Chinese. They just sit at home and do nothing, just collect the rent !!! So, there goes the theory about promoting small business amongst the Malays.

    In the old days the poor Chinese can make a living selling rokok/ciggies one by one in front of the cinemas. Those days you don’t have to buy a whole packet. You can buy just 1 or 2 ciggies. They even had an old kerosene lamp on the floor for you to light your ciggie. You don’t even have to buy a box of matches.

    Those days you can smoke inside the cinema. Hehehe that’s how I learn how to smoke. I started on smoking Abdullah 37 because they only cost 5 sens each.

    One of this old lady even can send her son overseas for study by selling loose cigarettes and Hacks or Hudsons cough drops. You had to buy a cough drop to disguise the cigarette smell when you get home because if mum smell the cigarette smoke on my breath….there will be hell to pay.

    So, my point is, if the poor old lady hawker can make it, there should be no excuse for our Bumis.

  140. daffy says:

    Bumis are not lady hawkers. They are “lady hawk-ers”.
    Brains between the legs which are no use so they have crutches.

  141. plunge says:

    Sell all bank shares. These holy people stop taking loans with this fatwa:

    KUALA LUMPUR, 5 July :- Umat Islam di negara ini diingatkan supaya tidak membuat pinjaman bank atau mana-mana institusi kewangan jika berhasrat untuk menunaikan ibadah haji, kata Menteri di Jabatan Perdana Menteri, Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi.

    “Mengikut keputusan yang dikeluarkan Majlis Fatwa Kebangsaan, seseorang yang difardhukan menunaikan haji mesti memenuhi beberapa syarat, terutama berkemampuan dari segi kewangan, sihat tubuh badan dan mesti berkelapangan,” katanya pada sidang akhbar selepas menjadi panel perbincangan pada persidangan Perkhidmatan Awam ke-13 di Institut Tadbiran Awam Negara (INTAN) di sini, hari ini.

    http://idhamlim.blogspot.com/2008/08/fatwa-tidak-boleh-buat-pinjaman-bank.html

  142. Anonymous says:

    chaptokam (23:52:05) :

    “Ya very easy , all anti PR and pro BN comments are from UMNO cybertroopers .
    All pro PR and anti BN are Anwaristas .
    So everyone is either a UMNO cybertrooper or a Anwaristas !! . What a baloney !!”

    All these are coming out from chaptokam’s own mouth (don’t stuff into other people’s mouth oh ya), and yet he whacked himself baloney. Really no standard!

  143. Anonymous says:

    chaptokam (19:13:34) :

    “Hello Annoymous , this is cyber warfare . Good for the intellectual thinking . Just our thoughts and ideas . No name calling , No profanites…”

    Hello chaptokam, no bullying ladies, no acting religious, no acting hooligans, no “talking baloneys”….. Look yourself into the mirror first, sampah sarap Malaysia chaptokam.

  144. wits0 says:

    See, Chaptokam, if you indulge in being blurred, sweeping and inconsistent, you’ll receive the deserving incoming flaks. 😀 Why do you keep doing that? Are you not unwittingly abetting the true blue cybertroopers in the process?

  145. chaptokam says:

    wits0 this faceless one Anonymous has been following me around . he likes to take pot shots at me . Maybe he /she has been spurned by me and he sudah tak boleh tahan , like jilted lover . Never mind about him . he’s mentally deranged . Maybe should get my sources to trace him and send him to Tanjong Rambutan for his own good otherwise he has become a nuisance . He doesn’t realise that everyone has a certain degree of toleration , I hope he doesn’t go overboard , I hate to do things I don’t like to do .

  146. Anonymous says:

    sampah sarap Malaysia called chaptokam, can’t take it to see your own nonsense from another angle? and yet you want others to take your nonsense for real?

    ——————————————————–
    chaptokam:
    “Hello Annoymous , this is cyber warfare . Good for the intellectual thinking . Just our thoughts and ideas . No name calling , No profanites…”

    ::
    Hello chaptokam, no bullying ladies, no acting religious, no acting hooligans, no “talking baloneys”….. Look yourself into the mirror first, sampah sarap Malaysia chaptokam.

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