Thursday, December 31, 2009

Go After the Criminals Instead of Politicians

Malaysian cops find it easier to target politicians and bloggers rather than criminals

Police should be spending more time investigating crime and preventing it from happening rather than investigating politicians.

DAP national vice-chairman M. Kula­segaran said police were barking up the wrong tree by investigating Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng over his alleged seditious remarks.

”What Lim said during the Pakatan Rakyat convention in Shah Alam recently was based on the findings of Thai pathologist Dr Porntip Rojanasunan,” he said yesterday.

Speaking to reporters before distributing calendars at the Jelapang market here, the Ipoh Barat MP pointed out that Dr Porntip had said in court that the death of political aide Teoh Beng Hock was 80% homicide.

Kulasegaran was commenting on Selangor police chief Deputy Comm Datuk Khalid Abu Bakar’s statement that Lim was being investigated for allegedly saying that Teoh was murdered.

Polis: Don't intimidate us

Polis: Lim Guan Eng is not entitiled to his opinion

Sign a Petition to support Lim Guan Eng: Malaysians worldwide condemn cops for their high-handedness

Wednesday, December 23, 2009

Now we know why Najib wants to increase our taxes and pay tax for our credit cards

Najib's RMAF lost RM50 million jet engines to thieves

From Kit's blog:-

"What a way to end 2009 and the first uncompleted year of the new Prime Minister, Datuk Seri Najib Razak – two missing RM50 million RMAF jet engines which exposes high-level thievery, government topsy-turvydom and sheer lack of professionalism in defence, police and Attorney-General’s Chambers, casting a long shadow on Najib’s Government Transformation Programme (GTP).

Many questions cry out for answer on the scandal of the missing jet engines as they are not an unobtrusive object that could be easily squirrelled away, with each explanatory statement by the Prime Minister, the Defence Minister Datuk Seri Dr. Ahmad Zahid Hamidi, the air force and the police raising more questions.

Najib gave the assurance that action would be taken against those responsible for the missing Royal Malaysian Air Force (RMAF) jet engines – the powerplants to the F-5E Tiger II fighter and RF-5E Tigereye reconnaissance jets – saying: “Let us investigate. Whoever is in the wrong will be held responsible.”

Why is the Prime Minister still talking in the future tense, when the action for the missing RMAF jet engines took place in May last year, and RMAF had lodged a report with the police on Aug 4 last year?"

Read more

Something fishy about this big fish

Only in Malaysia can the air force loses its jets to thieves

Defence Minister should commit hara-kiri

Tuesday, December 01, 2009

Pakatan reveals UMNO's grand plan for national disunity

Courses by Biro Tata Negara aimed at creating racial disharmony

Pakatan has revealed a long known secret that BN has been quietly promoting racial disharmony all this while using a secret task force known as Biro Tata Negara (BTN). Participants are culled from government departments and forced to accept the fact that Malays are superior and the other races are "pendatang" and so you should act like a "pendatang". The PKR government in Selangor has decided to stop sending its officials to participate in the highly racist indoctrination camp.

Read a parent's complaint about BTN

Another participant complains about being humiliated

DPM Muhyiddin claims BTN is good for 1Malaysia as it promotes BN's secret plans

Nazri wants to revamp BTN as he says the syllabus is not approved by him

Lim Kit Siang wants to be the facilitator if Muhyiddin allows

JR: I am curious to know who actually created BTN? Will he own up since this course is "so good"?

BN Youth Shows Their Uncouth Behaviour Again

BN Youth vent their frustration as Penang CM's shows his mettle

It seems almost everyone is jealous of Lim Guan Eng's abilities. Yesterday UMNO, MIC and Gerakan Youth vented their frustrations as Penang's Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng (LGE) continued to win over the support of all races in Penang. They refused to let the Kampung Buah Pala issue to be laid to rest and continued to seek "compensation money" and showed their frustrations as the people of Penang refused to bow to their claims.

They must be thinking that they are still staying in a corrupt BN state and do not realize the DAP leader cannot be bought unlike their own corrupt cows heading their parties in the past!

This is what BN is good at - always asking for money and not having to work for it

No action on demonstrators as it is Ok for BN parties to demonstrate but not others

Penang not getting funds from Federal Government for heritage conservation

Gerakan's Teng Hock Nan running out of issues in Penang

Pakatan is the only solution to racial unity

Who is this Calvin Sankaran? He must be a big fan of Koh Tsu Koon. If you really love Penang please give some constructive criticisms and not personal attacks. How come there are no letters from him during the Gerakan period? Was it because Penang did extremely well under KTK?

His first attempt to discredit LGE

His second attempt to discredit LGE

His latest attempt to discredit LGE

The Star certainly knows who to choose to write for them. It certainly seems like personal attacks against the ruling government in Penang is good for their image. Its no wonder why Penang people don't trust this paper anymore. They are churning out the same shit like they did before the last general election.

Latest: Even Barisan's state leader claims The Star is good only for wiping his buttocks!