Sunday, February 28, 2010

PKR Betrayed Malaysian Indians

Just a few year in power PKR shows that they are no different from UMNO or I can say that they are worse than UMNO.

I personally felt that the way they handle indians issue is just as same as what UMNO did for past 50 years. The different is UMNO did it slowly for 50 years and PKR with in few years in power.

I still can hear around temples being demolish in states hold by PKR, no land for worship places, burial demolished, no help or little help for Tamil schools, poor people's houses being demolished and many more.

This shows PKR is not interested in Indians problem. What ever they are doing now is just to cover up and for show that they are doing something for Indians community. In reality the call of majority poor Indians is unheard.

Besides that blocking emails and refuse to meet up with Indians leader is certainly not a wise action, this shows that PKR too underestimate indians vote power. Their actions sending Malaysian Indians a message that PKR don't need Indians vote anymore.



PKR S’gor MB blocks HRP e-mails.

Our e-mails to this PKR Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim, the Selangor Menteri Besar is being rejected with the remarks “rejected by recipient domain. As it stands this PKR Menteri Besar does not reply to our official letters and has refused to give us an appointment to meet him. This is also the case with the Chief Ministers of Penang and Kedah and the top leaders of PKR, DAP and PAS.

Instead he gets his Indian Exco Mandore to do the usual MIC style wayang kulit in the three Tamil press.

The writing on the wall is very clear. Like UMNO, the top leadership of PKR, DAP and PAS, their 82 MPs including their 11 Indian MPs are not interested in addressing even the critical Indian problems.

We have to bend for ourselves and fight for own battle against both PKR, DAP and PAS and also UMNO.

S.JAYATHAS

HRP Information Chief

Saturday, February 27, 2010

BN timbang terima ahli bersekutu : Direct BN membership

Some says its a brilliant idea to open membership for BN-UMNO pro group to join BN. Fine... it might be a brilliant idea and will boost up support / increase votes for BN.

But what the "illegal members" (ya thats what i call these people who join and yet play no role in BN except give vote for BN) get in return???

The open membership, rules suggest as follows:

1. Partial membership without any rights
2. Cannot contest in election
3. No top post, means no voice
4. And cannot contest for BN top post

So again I am asking what are these 'illegal members" get in return in joining BN-UMNO and what is their role in the union???

Will they get $$$$(business, gov project, etc) in return of votes given by their supporter ???

Maybe!!!

Whatever they do, BN-UMNO will make sure they gain 100% from this idea and voters will be the losers at the end.

Happy joining!!!



BN timbang terima ahli bersekutu

Feb 27, 10 7:06pm

BN dikatakan sedang memikirkan untuk meminda piagamnya bagi membolehkan parti politik yang mesra BN bergabung menjadi ahli bersekutunya.

Menurut sumber sebagai 'jalan tengah' parti mesra BN tidak akan diberi keahlian biasa tetapi keahlian bersekutu dan langkah ini dijangka disokong oleh semua pucuk pimpinan parti komponen BN.

"Jika kami membenarkan parti mesra BN sebagai ahli penuh (keahlian biasa), ini akan menimbulkan kemarahan parti komponen BN kerana sebahagian daripada parti tersebut adalah parti serpihan komponen BN.

"Tambahan pula, sekiranya mereka dilantik sebagai ahli penuh, BN terpaksa memperuntukkan kerusi untuk pilihan raya akan datang. Pada masa ini kami tidak melihat mana-mana parti komponen BN yang mahu menyerahkan kerusi untuk parti tersebut," kata sumber itu kepada Bernama hari ini.

BN telah menubuhkan satu jawatankuasa khusus diketuai naib presiden Umno Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Tun Hussein dan mengandungi wakil-wakil daripada setiap parti komponen BN untuk mengkaji perkara itu dan kaedah yang boleh digunapakai jika gabungan itu meneruskan pindaan.

Sebarang keputusan yang dibuat jawatankuasa ini harus dipersetujui pemimpin tertinggi BN dan mesti mendapat lampu hijau daripada semua parti komponen berdasarkan sistem konsensus seperti yang diamalkan oleh parti gabungan tertua negara itu.

BN terpaksa merombak sistemnya selepas prestasi suram pada pilihan raya umum 2008 apabila gabungan itu hilang empat negeri -- Kedah, Pulau Pinang, Perak dan Selangor - kepada pembangkang dan gagal untuk merampas kembali Kelantan daripada pembangkang.

Perak kembali di bawah pemerintahan BN selepas tiga ADUN pembangkang keluar parti dan memilih untuk menjadi ADUN bebas sambil berjanji untuk memberi sokongan mereka terhadap kerajaan gabungan, hampir setahun selepas pilihan raya umum.

Pilihan raya umum 2008 membuka mata BN bahawa parti itu memerlukan sokongan 'pihak lain' seperti parti politik sampingan dan pertubuhan bukan kerajaan (NGO) bagi membolehkan ia tetap relevan dalam lanskap politik negara.

Parti politik yang berminat untuk menyertai BN termasuk Barisan Progresif India (IPF), parti yang baru ditubuhkan Parti Makkal Sakti Malaysia, Kongres India Muslim Malaysia (Kimma). Beberapa NGO juga dijangka menyertai gabungan ini.

"Ia (keahlian BN) bukan dalam bentuk keahlian langsung. Apa yang kita pertimbangkan adalah selaku keahlian bersekutu. Tetapi mereka perlu memberi jaminan bahawa mereka menyokong kami. Dan mereka juga tidak dibenarkan bertanding dalam pilihan raya.

"Selain itu, ahli bersekutu ini tidak akan dibenarkan untuk menduduki Majlis Tertinggi BN. Terdapat beberapa pengiktirafan untuk ahli bersekutu ini tetapi bukan kerusi untuk bertanding atau kerusi untuk menduduki badan membuat keputusan tertinggi BN," kata setiausaha agung Pertubuhan Pasokmomogun Kadazandusun Murut Bersatu (Upko) Datuk Wilfred Madius Tangau.

Presiden MIC Datuk Seri S. Samy Vellu pada Selasa mengisytiharkan MIC - parti India terbesar dalam negara, tidak menentang cadangan BN untuk membuka keahlian kepada individu, parti-parti politik dan NGO.

Beliau berkata parti itu akan membantu dan menyokong Perdana Menteri dan Pengerusi BN Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak dalam usahanya memperkukuhkan gabungan itu.

"Cadangan untuk keahlian secara terus akan dibincangkan oleh semua komponen parti dalam semangat persaudaraan dan saling faham memahami," katanya dan menambah parti itu akan berbincang mengenai cadangan itu 'secara tertutup dan akan mengambil bahagian aktif dalam perbincangan apabila tiba masanya.'

"Pendirian rasmi MIC berhubung cadangan keahlian itu ialah kami tidak akan menolaknya pada bila-bila masa. Saya mahu perkara ini difahami dengan jelas oleh semua pihak," katanya.

Sementara itu, penganalisis politik Datuk Dr Denison Jayasooria ketika dihubungi berkata BN harus mengemukakan garis panduan jelas mengenai perkara itu bagi memudahkan pihak yang berminat untuk menyertai gabungan tersebut.

"Saya difahamkan mereka sedang mendraf perubahan itu untuk piagam atau perlembagaan BN. Ia mesti jelas dan tidak harus ada kelemahan. Kita telah lihat banyak ahli melompat parti dan ia telah mendatangkan masalah.

"Jadi, ia sesuai sekiranya jawatankuasa BN yang dibentuk untuk perkara itu dapat memperincikan definisi jelas, siapa yang boleh dan tidak boleh menyertai parti. Antara persoalan panas - sesiapa yang meninggalkan gabungan dan menyertai pembangkang tetapi mahu kembali semula. Bagaimanakah mereka menangani kes sedemikian?

"Adakah mereka akan memutuskan berdasarkan kes demi kes? Jika memang demikian maka akan ada beberapa orang yang akan kecewa jika mereka tidak dibenarkan menyertai gabungan. Semua ini mesti diselesaikan," katanya.

Penganalisis politik Dr Sivamurugan Pandian, bagaimanapun percaya keanggotaan terus adalah lebih sesuai berbanding keahlian bersekutu kerana BN memerlukan semua bantuan bagi mengumpulkan semula sokongan yang hilang sejak lima tahun lepas.

Katanya tugas sekarang adalah untuk memikat pengundi yang telah terbahagi kepada tiga kategori.

Terdapat pengundi tradisional (penyokong kuat BN), pengundi mesra BN (mereka yang menyokong BN tetapi tidak mahu menyertai mana-mana parti komponen BN) dan penyokong atas pagar (mereka yang akan melihat isu yang dibawa BN juga parti pembangkang).

"Satu-satunya perkara adalah mereka perlu mengkaji isu adakah mereka bersedia untuk melepaskan kerusi dan isu sama ada NGO, jika diberi landasan politik, akan tetap dapat menjalankan tugas berkesan sebagai NGO.

"Sekiranya mereka diberi keahlian bersekutu atau status kelab, mereka akan. tetap rasa didiskriminasi kerana mereka tidak akan menikmati hak penuh (biasa) keahlian," katanya.

Sivamurugan juga menyatakan ini adalah apa yang dirasai oleh ahli-ahli kelab penyokong PAS selepas mereka merungut kenapa mereka tidak diberi sebarang kerusi untuk bertanding.

"Ada juga isu di mana mereka yang berada di belakang NGO mahu organisasi itu kekal sebagai NGO untuk menjadi penyemak dan pengimbang kepada parti politik," katanya.

"Isu lain bahawa beberapa parti politik mungkin tidak membenarkan kelab-kelab penyokong seperti yang ditubuhkan oleh SA Vigneswaran (bekas ketua pemuda MIC yang berhenti dari parti) dan T Murugiah (timbalan menteri dan bekas ketua pemuda Parti Progresif Penduduk yang dipecat dari parti) menyertai BN.

"Oleh itu BN perlu mengkaji sedalam-dalamnya mengenai cadangan ini dan mengemukakan penyelesaian sebelum memutuskan kaedah yang akan digunakan," katanya.

Sivamurugan percaya isu itu boleh diatasi jika semua pihak kembali kepada semangat pembentukan Parti Perikatan pada tahun 50-an iaitu saling berkompromi dan melakukan pengorbanan untuk memastikan pembentukan itu menjadi realiti.

- Bernama

Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Isu tanah: 30 Orang Asli berdemo di Gombak

Another failure of ketuanan Melayu-Umno. These people have every rights as "Bumiputra" in this land and look how the non-malay bumiputra treated by UMNO-Gov. Will these people get their rights and justice??? Not till the BN-UMNO in power!


Isu tanah: 30 Orang Asli berdemo di Gombak


Salhan K Ahmad
Feb 24, 10
1:29pm
Sekumpulan 30 Orang Asli menyertai perhimpunan di depan Hospital Orang Asli Gombak tengah hari ini kerana membantah apa yang mereka dakwa salah guna kuasa oleh Jabatan Hal Ehwal Orang Asli (JHEOA), melibatkan layanan hospital seliaan jabatan itu.

Dalam satu petisyen berkaitan perkara itu, hospital di bawah seliaan jabatan berkenaan didakwa melakukan penganiayaan kepada masyarakat berkenaan.

Perhimpunan itu diketuai Sokyen Man, 40, yang mendakwa mewakili penduduk kampung tersebut. Mereka sebelum itu mengutip tandatangan penduduk kawasan penempatan Orang Asli di situ bagi menyokong petisyen tersebut.

Mereka turut membawa poster yang antaranya berbunyi "Akta 134 kami dicabul," "Mana ubat kami di kampung?," dan "Kami orang miskin di bumi sendiri tapi kami ada maruah dan bukan bodoh."

Kumpulan itu juga turut melaungkan slogan "Jangan rampas hak kami" dan juga "Bunuh kami dulu jika mahu tanah kami" ketika berdemonstrasi di hadapan hospital seliaan bahagian kesihatan dan perubatan JHEOA.

Menurut Sokyen, petisyen itu akan diserahkan kepada Yang di-Pertuan Agong Tuanku Mizan Zainal Abidin, Sultan Pahang Sultan Ahmad Shah dan juga kepada Perdana Menteri Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak.

Ia juga akan dihantar kepada Pesuruhjaya Hak Asasi Orang Asli di Geneva, Menteri Kemajuan Luar Bandar dan Wilayah Datuk Seri Shafie Apdal dan Menteri Kesihatan Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai.

Enam laporan polis

Dalam petisyen yang ditandatangani lebih 90 orang itu, mereka mendakwa berlaku penganiayaan terhadap kakitangan Orang Asli yang berkhidmat dengan jabatan tersebut.

Sokyen berkata, mereka membuat petisyen itu berdasarkan enam laporan polis yang dibuat sebelum ini oleh penduduk kampung terlibat.

Menurutnya, dua laporan polis yang dibuat pada Mac 2009 itu melibatkan kematian dua pesakit yang menerima rawatan di hospital Orang Asli di Gombak.

Selain itu, katanya, dua laporan lagi ialah mengenai dakwaan berlakunya ugutan terhadap pesakit yang membuat laporan polis mengenai kematian tersebut.

Turut ditimbulkan dalam petisyen berkenaan berhubung penjawatan oleh Orang Asli dalam JHEOA di bahagian kesihatan dan perubatan.

"Satu ketika dulu jawatan Orang Asli di bahagian kesihatan hampir 80 peratus, kini didominasi orang Melayu iaitu sebanyak 90 peratus, manakala Orang Asli hanya (tinggal) 10 peratus sahaja.

“Banyak syarat yang dikenakan untuk Orang Asli diterima masuk," petisyen setebal enam halaman itu dipetik.

Digelar 'hitam, jijik, kotor'

Petisyen itu turut mempertikaikan tindakan hospital itu memberi “layanan lebih baik” kepada masyarakat lain, sedangkan hospital itu dibina khas untuk keperluan Orang Asli.

"Walaupun Klinik 1Malaysia wujud, tetapi masyarakat bukan Orang Asli masih ramai yang datang dengan alasan senang letak kereta, selesa serta murah.

"Ada di antara kami yang terpaksa tinggal (ditempatkan) di hospital kerajaan lain (kerana) menerima cemuhan daripada kakitangan hospital (yang dikhaskan kepada Orang Asli). Ada yang memanggil kami 'asli', 'hitam', 'busuk', 'kotor', semasa di wad hospital.

"Ada yang seolah jijik memegang kami sewaktu mengambil suhu badan atau tekanan darah. Kami berasa asing di tanah bumi sendiri," menurut petisyen itu lagi.

Menurut Sokyen, kira-kira 2,000 Orang Asli mendiami kawasan sekitar Gombak. Masyarakat tersebut, tambahnya, bergantung kepada hospital berkenaan untuk mendapatkan rawatan.

Bercakap kepada media, Sokyen turut menimbulkan pemilikan tanah mereka - tanah kategori saka dan rayau - yang dikatakan tidak akan diberi milik kepada mereka selepas ini.

"Kami dapat maklumat ada dasar tanah baru yang akan digubal di parlimen. Dasar ini digubal dengan tidak mengambil kira Orang Asli dan dibantah oleh Orang Asli pada keseluruhannya.

"Apabila ia dikuatkuasakan kami akan hilang hak ke atas tanah saka dan juga tanah rayau kami," tambahnya.

Sunday, February 21, 2010

BN Will Lose 13th GE

Why I say so? Everybody knows it. Every where I go they talk about it. Every level of Malaysian society is frustrated about things that going on in Malaysia. Below is among the list why Barisan National will not make it in next general election:

Dr Mohd Khir Toyo's istana (palace) -
Stolen jet engines
VK Lingam tape
Death in MACC's hands
police abuse (Kugan and so many more)
The Perak illegal snatching
Altantuya Shaariibuu murder
The erasure of immigration records
Corruption in the judiciary
Dr Mahathir Mohamad's billionaire son
PM Najib's billionaire brother
poverty - GST- Petrol price- high living cost
Umno's racist games - pendatang and prostitute remarks- Cow head- churh burnt
The use of bumiputera quotas (NEP) to get rich
The Internal Security Act -
Neglecting the reall poor
Anwar sodomy trial
and many many more.

Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Malaysia has 22 new billionaires!

Yess 22 new billionares. But can they survey and publish the number of poorest in the country - those are really poor even without a basic needs of life??? Who cares...UMNO don't care and large part of Malaysian too don't. Everybody busy making money and enjoying life so they still support the racist and corrupt government again and again. Will there be change in next general election???


(Free Malaysia Today) - Social, political and economic mayhem aside, a “Malaysian Business” survey has revealed 22 new billionaires in Malaysia as at Jan 15 - eight more than last year.

Among the new billionaires are Datuk Seri Nazir Razak of CIMB Group, Lee Swee Eng of KNM Group, brothers Datuk Shahril Shamsuddin and Shahriman Shamsuddin of Sapura, and OSK Holdings’ Ong Leong Huat, who makes a comeback to the list after a one-year absence.

The survey revealed its list of Malaysia’s 40 richest people. The billionaires recorded an increase in their fortunes and are collectively worth RM156.7 billion as at Jan 15, or 63 per cent more than their worth (RM96.3 billion) a year ago, on the back of a recovery in the stock market.

However, according to the fortnightly magazine’s survey results released in a statement today, their combined wealth was still less than the RM171.9 billion recorded in 2008.

The benchmark FBM KLCI has risen 44.3 per cent since its last survey as the world strives to get back on its feet following the global financial crisis.

The full list of the 40 tycoons and details of their wealth were published in the magazine’s Feb 16 issue. As in the previous year, the wealth of the Top 40 was assessed based on the value of their stakes in listed companies as at Jan 15 this year.

READ MORE HERE

Brother beaten up by reckless young Policemen

This is nothing new in Malaysia. We need to change the UMNO gov to reinstall law and order in Malaysia.



I hereby write this email to whomever it may concern regarding my frustrations and disbelief on how policemen conduct their duty and how they simply catch and accuse people of being criminals. This incident happened to my little brother.

By Syed Khairuzman Syed Zain

Date : 12hb Feb, 2010
Time : 10.15pm
Place : Star LRT Sentul Station

Complete details:

1) My brother, age 18, just finished his SPM last year. He was on his way back from Kuala Lumpur and rang my dad to pick him up at the Star LRT Sentul Station.

2) He arrived at the station at around 10pm and as usual, sat on the railing in front of the station by the roadside waiting for my dad to come.

3) As he was sitting and listening to music through his ear phones, suddenly a white van came up and stopped in front of him. Four men with normal clothes came out and approached my brother and immediately grabbed his arm.

4) He started to panic and began to struggle to break free while shouting and calling for help. He thought he was about to be kidnapped.

5) All four of those unknown men failed to show any police identity or prove to my brother that they were policemen.

6) Because of that, my brother continued to struggle. He was beaten up, dragged across the road into the white van and handcuffed.

7) Inside the van, he got beaten up like a dog, hit in the stomach and ribs, kicked, and his face sat on.

8) For your information, my brother is a member of the Police Cadets in his former secondary school. He was always ready to face unexpected situations like this, and therefore forced him to react in such a way.

9) My dad himself always advised him to stay alert and keep away from unknown strangers when he is out alone in the city, especially at night.

10) My brother thought that all four men that grabbed him were criminals or child kidnappers. Therefore, he was forced to struggle to break free, even inside the van.

11) My dad arrived at the Star station at around 10.15pm to find my brother wasn't there. He started to get worried and called my brother several times but there was no answer. Of course not, he was being handcuffed. As he begged for the men to answer his phone, they refused and continued to beat him up. My dad continued to call until finally one of the men picked up the phone and told my dad that my brother has been brought to the Sentul Police Station.

12) My dad immediately rushed to the station and found that my brother had been held captive with his face bruised, belt opened and shirt all torn up and barefooted.

13) The policemen introduced themselves (I will keep their names secret for now, they were quite young) and explained what happened.

14) My dad also explained the fact that he was waiting for his son at the station and was all worried.

15) One of the policemen even had the guts to say that they didn't beat my brother up, only dragged him into the van.

16) After my dad convinced the police that my brother was drug free (as they tried to get pee samples from him), he was set free.

17) Upon reaching home, my dad found out that my brother's body was all bruised. His face, ribs, shoulders, legs and feet were bruised and full of scratches. He felt tired and rested in pain. He couldn't sleep because of the trauma.

18) The next day (Saturday - 13hb Feb 2010), my dad took him to Poliklinik Central Dan Surgeri, Gombak. The doctors checked him and gave him the medication needed.

19) The cost for the medication was RM75.

20) My brother also lost his slippers, his shirt and jacket got all torn up, and his handphone damaged due to the struggle.

I am extremely frustrated by the policemen's actions which is very unprofessional, perhaps due to age and inexperience. They couldn't differentiate between normal school kids and real criminals. Furthermore, what disturbs me the most is that they didn't reveal and couldn't prove to my brother that they were the police. They should have approached my brother in the correct way, asking for his ID and informed him that they wanted to bring him to the police station for further investigation. Not simply come and grab him as though he was a criminal. In fact, many people were waiting in front of the LRT station for their parents or someone to come as usual. And it was only 10pm, not some unearthly hour in the morning. The trains were still operating and people were returning home from work. Nothing suspicious was going on and my brother was among other people waiting.

My father has written a letter to the head of the police department to claim the medical fees as well as the cost for all the damaged items, and also demand an apology from the policemen involved in beating up my brother. My father also explained in his letter informing the police to be more careful and professional when conducting their duty.

I have attached some photos of my brother's condition and forwarded this email to other online media as well as sharing this experience with my uncle who is a retired policeman - Datuk Zaini Bin Md Hashim (ACP SAC II) Bekas Ketua Polis Sabah who is also the Ketua Unit Pencegahan Dadah Bukit Aman. I feel that many young policemen are inexperienced and do just as they please without thinking rationally. They are a disgrace to the nation and the police society. I do not blame the police entirely, I am aware that they are doing their job. Just sometimes the way they handle these situations are simply unacceptable and ridiculous.

Your feedback will be much appreciated and I hope my email will be taken seriously as I wish to find some justice. This situation may happen again in future and many other innocent youngsters could suffer the same tragedy. Something must be done immediately.

Monday, February 15, 2010

Sunday, February 14, 2010

Ex-Malaysian on why he supports the PAP and is proud to be a Singaporean

No wonder thousands of Malaysians flees away from this land. Can we blame them for abandoning this beautiful country??? What is the point the malays screams loud "Ketuanan Melayu" when as a Tuan they can't even care and protect the Innocent??? Every where we turn stories like racism, killing innocent by police, crime, bribery and many more keep surfacing.

Ex-Malaysian on why he supports the PAP and is proud to be a Singaporean

February 15, 2010 by admin
Filed under Letters, Opinion

I was a Malaysian and became a Singaporean in 2001.

I am intrigued by the unflattering comments and articles on your portal about the Singapore government and how the country is run.

Being an ex-Malaysian, I am able to compare and contrast my life in Malaysia and now, in Singapore.

I feel so safe and happy living in Singapore. I had a good education and hold a good job in Singapore which I will probably not have had if I remained in Malaysia. I worked hard for what I have achieved thus far in Singapore.

4 things I am so afraid of about living in Malaysia are:

a) High crime rate:

The police are not able to contain the crime and citizens feel unsafe. Their homes broken into, ladies are snatched of their handbags in broad daylight, kidnaps and thefts are frequent. You can read about them on Malaysia Today, Malaysian Insider and the likes.

b) Corrupted government and its agencies alike, from top to bottom:

You can’t get anything done unless you pay a bribe. The public service is slow, inefficient and all you do is wait and wait.

c) Corrupted police who prey on innocent citizens:

They do not protect the citizens. Citizens are so scared of the police. Look at the almost 2,000 deaths in police custody and still counting. I read it from the news portal of Malaysia. Innocent citizens are locked up and beaten up for no apparent reasons, including Indonesians, China students and tourists.

d) Low education standards and admission to local Universities is not by merit:

You can see how/what the Malaysian cabinet ministers say daily and they almost contradict each other. They give the impression they are “fighting” against their own citizens daily.

I find the Singapore government clean, efficient, smart and with foresight and cares for the citizens. I am very happy living here and am proud to be a Singaporean. I feel safe to approach the Singapore police for help should the need arises and I feel confident that the police will help me. I can get things done from the public agencies in a systematic manner and there is law and order here.

It may be a good idea to ask those unhappy Singaporeans to live in Malaysia for a while to have a taste of what life is like over there. In fact, I posed this suggestion to a complaining taxi driver before and he said, “Of course, you cannot compare with Malaysia.” and went silent thereafter.

On my business trips all over, I feel so “at ease” the moment I touched down at Changi Airport. I feel so at home. I will miss Singapore if I was away for a long while.

SHOT AND BEATEN FOR NOT BRIBING POLICE

If i am not mistaken police force just got salary adjustment and increment... then why asking for bribe again??? Why still victimize poor Indians???


Trigger Happy Cops attack public again and this time they shot a lorry driver for not giving money demanded by them.
By S. Manikavasagam (MP Kapar)

S. Munisvaran, 25 a lorry driver who regularly drives from Karak to Westport delivering goods for export was beaten and shot on his lap by a traffic police officer somewhere near STAR CRUISE Terminal junction after he failed to give RM200.00 demanded by the officer.
While resting near Kemuning Toll (KESAS Expressway) at about 2.30am, Munisvaran was awakened by a Traffic Police Officer who demanded his identity card and driving license. Upon inspecting the vehicle the officer found the rear door wasn’t properly closed. Though the lorry was idle, the officer demanded RM 200.00 for not issuing any summons though Munisvaran requested him to issue the summons since he had less then RM50.00 with him then. The officer only returned Munisvaran’s identity card while confiscating his driving license.

The Traffic Police officer followed Munisvaran and his assistant who drove towards Westport. He was punched on his stomach and beaten when he stopped near Star Cruise Terminal junction (few kilometres before reaching Westport). A few minutes later the officer pulled out his gun and shot him on his left lap, where the bullet pass through (A Close Rank Shot).

Despite being injured, Munisvaran drove to Pandamaran Police Station to launch a report where he was arrested without any treatment for about 3 hours. Some few hours later the police also arrested Munisvaran’s assistant N Antharajah, 22 from his work place.
Why do police arrest Munisvaran and his assistant? The reason given, is that Munisvaran pullerd out the gun from police officer and shot himself.




Happy Chinese Newr Year!

Wishing all Chinese Happy New Year! Gong Xi Fa Chai!

Tuesday, February 2, 2010

Need Malaysian Indian votes, SOS the real HINDRAF

Everyone chides HINDRAF these days but in their heydays, after November 25, 2007, everyone looked at them as a beacon of hope to uphold humanity.

By R. Shan (Human Being)

After the March 8, 2008 battle, everyone settled in but then everything got political minus the root issues that faced the community. We had the dream of September 16, 2008 where Anwar failed miserably, then the hopping frogs in DAP and PKR that handed UMNO Perak, the issue of Kg Buah Pala, the courting of turncoats in HINDRAF and then neverending disputes in Pakatan Rakyat.

Now, of course, we don’t even know how the turn is going to be as Pakatan attempts to hold fort its coalition through their mandores but Najib woos the Malaysian Indians directly as he understands that MIC or the other parties can no longer act as the mandores for the Malaysian Indian community.

In a sense, Najib is actually wiser than those in Pakatan in understanding the need of the Indian society although he is just another UMNO elite who cares only for himself and his political survival.

But why has Najib has not approached the real HINDRAF leaders? Maybe he has, but is unable to fulfill the needs of the real demands that addresses the truth and reality that faces this community but rather play politics to hoodwink like what he did by visiting Tamil Nadu & during Thaipusam. Boy!!! Oh Boy!!! He must take the Malaysian Indians to be such suckers that this would appease their frustration towards the uneven policies in Malaysia.

Then you have the Pakatan donkeys, playing a similar role but not wanting to deal with real issues that actually matter but rather play politics as what UMNO has been doing with their subservient allies including the Malays, Indians, Chinese and lain-lain, only to benefit themselves.

I do agree changes at least in the four (4) states that they control will not happen overnight. But how does it help if they keep playing politics rather than addressing the needs of the under-privileged society due to oppressive policies? If they are worried about the votes, then there is something wrong with their perception of a Malaysian. Being a Malaysian is Ketuanan Malaysia irrespective of race, religion or creed. Malaysia belongs to all Malaysians so it should be fair and just for the under-classed and under-privileged too. If that is not the case, then how did NEP survive since 1970’s where 50% of the civil servants that administrated this well meant system then was the non-Malays for the Malays. Rather than engaging with the right partners, Pakatan seems to love to be in the offensive mode if anything is questioned. So how different is this from what UMNO has been doing?

I speak as a Malaysian solely only interested in enhancing the cry of fellow brethrens irrespective of their origins who are caught up in an oppressive system that discriminates based on ethnicity and the political drama that both UMNO and Pakatan play without understanding the sentiments of being a Malaysian. They would rather divide us into lines to create their desired effect.

For all that the genuine HINDRAF cries, it should not be something that plays its part to fit an agenda in our own perverted mind for political allegiance, but it should deal with real isues that plague our society for the betterment of the nation.

HINDRAF in its part, being a pressure group, has criticized both UMNO and PAKATAN. Yet none would engage the real leaders to create a Ketuanan Malaysia that is translucent but rather play the race agenda for their continued existence. Saying this, I reflect back on the modus operandi of the nation and its people. Politically and in policy the Malays are protected, economically the Chinese are protected whereas the Malaysian Indians and the lain-lain including Sabah & Sarawak are forever at the mercy of another although they are able to contribute in equal terms if given the opportunity.

So, Dear Pakatan and those NGOs who are serious to create a Ketuanan Malaysia, please engage the real HINDRAF rather than be a chameleon for political survival.