Saturday, March 27, 2010
Friday, March 26, 2010
Non-Malays from all over Malaysia , from all race must unite under one banner to protect their rightful rights under Malaysia's constitution. PERKASA-UMNO is a threat for non-malays. Nowdays their speech and statement makes me feel that they plan to wipe out non-malays from Malaysia.
Wednesday, March 24, 2010
Tuesday, March 23, 2010
Sunday, March 21, 2010
Hmmm! poor Indians.... education opportunity denied, business opportunity denied, no job in private sector nor in gov sector. What they(gov) expect indians to do ???? Crime??? So that they can shoot as they want and reduce indian population.
....and I bet you this will not happen to illegal workshop run by a Malay and Chinese.
UMNO demolishes Indian motorcycle workshop, denied opportunity for proper workshop
UMNO DBKL personnel even carried a Parang and was screaming away in the demolishment exercise. He had to be pacified by a policeman (see picture below). Some 30 motorcycles were damaged with an estimated loss of RM 15,000. This happened at Air Panas Setapak on 9/3/10.
A police report at Setapak No.3018/10 was lodged but zero action would be taken by UMNO as this is a part of UMNO’s racist and supremacist agenda.
Why didn’t UMNO offer this Indian man an alternative business option as they would have done so for almost all other Malay Muslims. One Malay-sia ?
Chairman HRP Setiawangsa
Saturday, March 20, 2010
I just thought of going to Terengganu in coming holiday....looks like i must look for a chinese chalet to avoid such problem....or maybe just scrap the idea going to Terengganu.
(NST) - SETIU, TERENGGANU: Guests at the Penarik Inn here were flabbergasted by the actions of a group of men said to be from the state Religious Affairs Department (JHEAT) who conducted a raid yesterday morning.
Guests claimed they were rudely awakened at 2.25am by loud, incessant banging on their chalet doors.
Haniffah Mariati Mohamed, 55, said the men even threatened to break the door open when she told them to wait for her to put on her headgear (tudung).
"They went away after the door was opened and I told them I was staying at the chalet alone," she said, adding that they never showed any authority cards or warrants to conduct the raid despite claiming they were from JHEAT.
Haniffah was outraged when she saw one of the men peeping through a window about 20 minutes later.
"I screamed at the top of my lungs. It was very rude of them to peep into my room like that."
Chalet operator Mohd Baharudin Mohd Said, 63, said this was not the first such incident.
"They would normally come after midnight and question my guests without even informing me about their intentions.
"I have a register of all my guests and I would give them full cooperation if they had approached me first," he said, adding that he only came to know about the raid when some guests complained.
He said during the raid yesterday, a couple was taken away by the group and were only sent back at 6am after they proved that they were legally married.
"It was a harrowing experience for them. They checked out immediately and I don't know if they will ever stay at my chalet again."
Baharudin lodged a police report about the incident at the Penarik police station at 9am yesterday.
"I hope the authorities will look into this as it could hurt the state's reputation as a tourist destination."
Wednesday, March 17, 2010
Monday, March 15, 2010
3 children victims of Detention/Restrictions Without Trial and Human Rights Violation. Who will be bothered? PR, BN, MPs, ADUNs, Anwar, Kit Siang, Hadi, Najib....?
Three teenagers are being detained without trial for 72 days, which includes time spent detained under the Emergency Ordinance 1969, and their family members are crying foul.Accompanied by representatives of human rights group Suaram, the relatives of the detainees took their case to the Human Rights Commission (Suhakam) today, pleading for intervention."Please help me to bring back my son. He is a good boy and I want him to be successful in his studies," said M Gowri, 42, who was among the 15 relatives present.According to Suaram's memorandum to Suhakam, the trio from Semenyih, aged between 15 and 17, are supposed to sit for PMR and SPM examinations later this year.They were detained on Dec 21 last year on allegations of being a public nuisance and being in possession of a stolen vehicle.The trio were held in several police stations for a total of 21 days until their remand period expired.On Jan 10, an order under the Emergency (Public Order and Prevention of Crime) Ordinance 1969 to detain them for 60 days was issued and they were held at the Semenyih police station.The detention order expires on March 9.The family is now worried that their children would eventually be transferred to the notorious Simpang Renggam detention centre.The two-page memorandum also urged the commission to take immediate action on the matter and appeal to the Home Ministry for their release.The memorandum was handed to Suhakam commissioner N Siva Subramaniam.Suhakam to appealSuaram director S Arutchelvan said the detentions were violations of Article 16 (1) and (11) of the Federal Constitution, Article 42 of the Child Act 2001 and Article 37 of the Convention on the Rights of the Child."We would like to urge the government to take immediate action and release the teenagers. They are supposed to be sitting for major examinations this year and the detention would affect their future," said Arutchelvan.Addressing the family members and Suaram later, Siva Subramaniam hoped that the authorities would not place the teenagers in the Simpang Renggam detention centre, noting that it is a place where many "serious criminals" are being held.“Placing them in the Henry Gurney school (in Malacca), would be a better option," he added.The Simpang Renggam detention centre has often been criticised as a 'training school' for criminals because of the high concentration of hardcore criminals held there under the Emergency Ordinance.The commissioner also promised to immediately submit a written appeal to the Home Affairs Ministry and locate the three detainees' school records.Siva Subramaniam later turned his attention to discipline problems among youths which he felt had reached alarming proportions. He urged the police and NGOs to work together to combat this issue. - Malaysiakini, 2/3/2010, Three teens held under EO, family cries foul
The three minors who were held under the Emergency (Public Order and Prevention of Crime) Ordinance 1969 on Dec 21 last year, are now placed under yet another suppressive law, the Restricted Residence Act 1933.The trio from Semenyih, aged between 15 and 17 were detained on Dec 21 last year for being in possession of a stolen vehicle as well as being public nuisances.They were held in various police stations for 21 days, and then detained in Semenyih police station under the Emergency Ordinance for another 60 days.The detention order expired on March 9 but the Home Ministry has now slapped the Restricted Residence Act on them which will last for two years.They have been sent to Kawasan Linggi in Negeri Sembilan, Berangan in Seminyih and Batang Berjuntai in Kuala Selangor respectively.Another 21-year-old, who was detained under the same act yesterday, was sent to Kuala Lipis, Pahang.Suaram coordinator E Nalini said they only came to know about this case yesterday."We strongly condemn the home minister's order to place these cases under this unlawful act. It is wrong to detain them as it will restrict their movement and right to education," she added.Nalini (right) also informed Malaysiakini that an appeal letter will be sent to the Home Ministry, requesting the government to grant them a second chance as until now, the charges against the minors have not proven.She also lamented the minors will be denied rights to an education as two of them will be placed in rural areas. They are aged between 15 and 17, and are supposed to sit for PMR and SPM examinations later this year.Human Rights lawyer, Charles Hector (left) said: "Placing the three minors under the Restricted Residence Act is not the right option."The government is breaching the Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC) by detaining minors and restricting their movement," he added.He said there are other options whereas the minors can be released under certain conditions such as mandatory reporting to police station once a week."A better option would be to charge them in the court, not to detain them under these acts," he added.The Restricted Residence Act 1933 is an archaic law used actively during the Communist Emergency of 1948-1960 to fight terrorism and deal with matters involving national security. - Malaysiakini, 12/3/2010, Minors now placed under restricted residence
Sunday, March 14, 2010
Setelah meraih sokongan kaum India melalui Hindraf pada pilihanraya umum yang lepas, ternyata kini PKR tidak lagi mempedulikan kaum india dan sanggup menyatakan bahawa Hindraf dan HRP adalah pertubuhan haram.
Bayangkan dengan hanya 2 tahun berkuasa di empat negeri sahaja mereka boleh berkelakuan begini, apakah akan jadi jika mereka mengambil alih Putrajaya kelak???
Orang-orang India tetap akan tertindas seperti di bawah UMNO-BN.
Posted on 13 March 2010
Wild allegation by Aide to Anwar Ibrahim R.Suresh Kumar (cryingvoices)
R.Suresh Kumar the aide of Anwar Ibrahim, the opposition leader who is going through sodomy trials in Malaysia has called the Human Rights Party as an ” Illegal organisation and Maybe a worst scenario than a Terrorist” in a rather one sided video produced by Malaysiakini [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1cOEAkxEhvE ]. Human Rights Party at the other hand produced another video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bmaGLDQs-k8 to explain its intentions in organising the protest in front of the PKR Headquarters which was not explained or said in the video produced by Malaysiakini.
HRP Party Pro-Tem Sec.General Mr.P.Uthayakumar has stated his dissatisfaction towards the online news portal, accusing them for acting similar to the Mainstream Medias, which is biased and one sided with their own political agendas. Anwar aide R.Suresh Kumar agreed that he was part of the demonstrators in the Nov 25,2007 Hindraf Rally, and now giving a shocking statement that HRP is an illegal Organisation, despite knowing that Hindraf was the main subject and factor that lead the Pakatan Rakyat to win overwhelmingly in the past March 08 GE.
The sense of appreciation was not there in his interview to Malaysiakini, which can be clearing seen in his defensive statement against the protest by HRP. The Motive of HRP in organising the protest is to defend the poor and helpless Indians, and in the frustration over hope that has been shattered and promises that has not been fulfilled by Pakatan Rakyat since even before the 08 General Election. The issues that has been brought are Tamil School land issues, Temple issues, Graveyard Land issues and rights of the Indians as promised by the Pakatan Rakyat Government. In the same video by Malaysiakini,
Anwar aide R.Suresh Kumar said that HRP has to have a discussion with the BN ruled State Government Chief Ministers before meeting the PR ruled state Chief Ministers but one new information in the Video is, Chief Minister of Johor Bahru which never been heard before, I hope that R.Suresh Kumar will explain his statement regarding the Johor Bahru Chief Minister.
Why must HRP need to speak to the Chief Ministers of the BN ruled states? People voted them out and replace the Government to Pakatan Rakyat in the “HOPE” that they will bring changes to the normal 50years marginalization and unfair system by UMNO/Barisan Nasional. The system has not changed since Pakatan took over the 3 states, instead the pattern can be seen in the administration of the Pakatan Rakyat Government too. Ego,Unfair, Ignorant and not transparent.
Why must be the Aide of Anwar Ibrahim, talk about the Barisan MP’s and he is justifying the act of the Prime Minister and Deputy Prime Minister, what Anwar and his alliances has to do with the Barisan Nasional Government? Any Hidden agendas? Secret and unknown future collabration?
Pakatan Rakyat top leaders must have been at least present there to discuss and treat the protesters with more cautious with respect, since HRP the child born from Hindraf, was one of the main influence to the victory of Pakatan Rakyat and to make Anwar Ibrahim as the Oppositon leader from no where. I think appointing R.Suresh Kumar as the representative or on behalf of Anwar Ibrahim to accept the Memorandum is an old technique used by the UMNO regime and it is the disastrous decision made by Anwar Ibrahim.
We are unsure of the role of P.Vasanthakumar’s presence in the protest against the protest by HRP. Pakatan Rakyat has lost the trust of the supporters due to the ala UMNO way of handling protesters in a disrespectful manner. In the times of critical turmoil within the party and its coalition, Pakatan Rakyat could have handle this protest in a more fragile and cautious manner. This is a critical time where people are confused and unsure of the genuine intentions of political parties in which Pakatan has to make every move cautiously, sincerely and with their promises fulfilled.
Friday, March 12, 2010
A new trend 'push pocket'.
Read on... for your own good
A few days ago a new type of crime has surfaced in town.
It goes something like this:-
Somebody slips a hand-phone into your pocket,
sometimes it could be just a wallet with
an identity card and a few ringgit.
A few minutes later, the 'owner' comes up
and confronts you, the 'thief '.
He makes a big commotion that you stole his stuff.
You, caught unaware, are then pulled aside by the
'owner' for a settlement. You are intimidated and threatened
that if you do not pay up the police will be brought in.
If you pay up, this 'owner' lets you go.
If not, the police are brought in.
Another strange thing is that there always seems
to be a 'witness' to your 'theft'.
I am told this often happens to foreigners at
the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA)
or even at LRT trains.
Given that you're 'guilty until proven innocent'
as far as the Malaysian police are concerned,
I understand some poor people are in jail for
At the KLIA, the 'owner' throws his hand-phone and
wallet with the few ringgit notes into the luggage
trolley of a just arrived passenger.
The drama unfolds a few minutes later.
The real culprit has easily convinced our Malaysian police
to arrest the real victim (if he has not paid up the 'settlement' demand).
This is a very serious matter.
This is another form of extortionists operating in broad daylight.
They are disgusting criminals who wi! ll do anything
to rob and steal. The sickening part of the whole
scenario is that unless you pay the 'quoted settlement' money,
they will put you in real trouble by calling the police..
The real culprit gets back his hand-phone
and wallet but the real victim ( i.e. could be any one of us)
is thrown into the police lock up and charged in court.
So do be very careful,
otherwise you may end up as a 'thief'
as you have no way to prove your innocence..
Pass it on.....
let more people be aware
of such things around them.
Geh Cheng Lok & Co,Advocates & Solicitors
Thursday, March 11, 2010
Wednesday, March 3, 2010
Beberapa lagi wakil rakyat PKR keluar parti. Mereka ini semua adalah pengecut dan tak bermaruah. Mereka menjadi wakil rakyat melalui nama PKR. Rakyat pelbagai kaum mengundi mereka bukan kerana peribadi mereka tapi kerana PKR.
Orang-orang macam ini memang tak boleh dipercayai. Bayangkan jika negara dilanda peperangan atau bencana alam (masalah) adakah "sipengecut-pengecut" ini semua akan keluar daripada negara??? atau menukar kerakyatan mereka??? Adakah mereka akan kata "saya keluar Malaysia kerana tak yakin dengan perjuangan rakyat???" Mereka-mereka inilah yang sepatutnya di rotan kerana menipu rakyat.
Pemimpin yang baik dan beretika tidak akan lari apabila menghadapi masalah. Jika parti ada masalah anda patut cari jalan menyelesaikannya bukan lari macam pengecut!!! Jika negara dilanda masalah andalah orang yang pertama patut didepan dan berkorban untuk negara, bukan lari menyembunyikan diri!!!
Orang-orang macam ini adalah pengecut dan tak layak menjadi pemimpin. Jika mereka tidak menerima rasuah, mereka patut melepaskan kerusi mereka.
Monday, March 1, 2010
Because this is BN-UMNO gov policies:
UMNO-Malays = 1st class citizen
Chinese and non umno malays = 2nd class citizen
Indians = 3rd class citizen and the rest including orang asli is below that.