27 September 2016

Blu Osen...


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Malaysia dah jadi negara polis kot...

Adakah Malaysia sudah menjadi negara polis apabila pihak polis tidak boleh ditegur sehingga Ketua Polis Negara (KPN) Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar dengan angkuhnya memberi amaran kepada Ahli Parlimen Kulai, Teo Nie Ching, supaya tutup mulut hanya kerana bertanya mengapa siasatan lambat dibuat?

Tindakan KPN memberi amaran terhadap Teo Nie Ching, semata-mata kerana wakil rakyat tersebut mendesak polis menjalankan siasatan segera berhubung satu dakwaan ugutan terhadap pemimpin Bersih 2.0, membuktikan kebebasan bersuara yang sudah pun terhad di Malaysia kini semakin terhakis.

Teo Nie Ching hanya menjalankan tugasnya sebagai Ahli Parlimen yang menuntut keadilan dilaksanakan berikutan ugutan oleh ketua kumpulan Baju Merah, Mohd Ali Baharom yang mengancam nyawa Pengerusi Bersih 2.0. Maria Chin Abdullah. Teo Nie Ching membuat kenyataan beliau kerana mendapati pihak polis belum berbuat apa-apa selepas ugutan tersebut dibuat secara terbuka.

Semata-mata menyuarakan pandangannya, Teo Nie Ching diberi amaran keras agar tidak mencampuri urusan polis serta tidak mempolitikkan isu tersebut. Saya tidak faham apa yang tidak boleh dicampuri dan apa yang dikatakan dipolitikkan. Ahli Parlimen adalah wakil kepada rakyat dan beliau berhak bersuara. Apakah Ahli Parlimen hanya perlu membisu apabila melihat ugutan, ancaman dan hal-hal jenayah berlaku di depan mata?

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Begitu juga dengan kes Ahli Parlimen Jelutong, Jeff Ooi, yang terlibat dalam isu tweet tentang kematian Mursyidul Am PAS, Datuk Dr Haron Din. Saya sendiri telah membuat teguran terhadap tweet Jeff Ooi sebagai tidak sensitif dan melahirkan perassan kesal kepada keluarga Allahyarham.

Namun, apabila KPN mengeluarkan kenyataan bahawa Jeff Ooi “mulut gatal” dan menuntut agar Jeff Ooi menyerah diri atau menghadapi tindakan polis, ia menggambarkan seolah-olah berlaku jenayah besar. Apakah tweet yang “tidak sensitif” atau seorang yang “mulut gatal” sudah menjadi jenayah besar di Malaysia? KPN juga dilaporkan mengatakan bahawa Jeff Ooi akan disiasat di bawah Seksyen 298 Kanun Keseksaan yang berkaitan dengan sesuatu yang menimbulkan kebencian atau berniat jahat untuk menjejaskan keharmonian.

Disamping itu, tindakan oleh KPN bersifat double-standard. Persoalannya, mengapa tindakan polis dan layanan yang sama tidak dikenakan terhadap Ahli Parlimen Langkawi, Datuk Nawawi Ahmad? Apa yang Datuk Nawawi lakukan jauh lebih teruk. Nawawi telah mengaitkan identiti “Malaysian Official 1” atau MO1 yang dituduh terlibat dalam pencurian dana 1MDB oleh Jabatan Kehakiman Amerika Syarikat (DOJ), dengan Yang di-Pertuan Agong.

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Yang di-Pertuan Agong adalah Raja dan Ketua Negara Malaysia yang tidak boleh dihina, dituduh atau dipermain-mainkan. Ia adalah jaminan Perlembagaan Persekutuan. Tetapi martabat dan peranannya YDPA telah dihina sebagai MO1 yang terlibat dalam skandal 1MDB. Skandal 1MDB terjijik yang mencuri wang rakyat Malaysia sehingga kerajaan Amerika Syarikat ingin merampas aset USD1 Billion milikan pegawai 1MDB. Namun, tiada sebarang tindakan terhadap Ahli Parlimen UMNO itu yang lebih teruk daripada “mulut gatal”!

Bukankah ini pilih kasih atau double standard?

Malah, apabila pemimpin DAP, Karpal Singh, meninggal dunia pada April 2014, bekas pemimpin Perkasa, Zulkifli Noordin telah menulis tweet: “Dalam keadaan kemelut kerajaan PAS Kelantan mahu melaksanakan hudud dengan bantuan Umno, Allah telah matikan Karpal yang menjadi penentang utama pelaksanaannya!”

Tetapi tidak ada sebarang tindakan dikenakan terhadap penulis tweet tersebut. Inilah yang menjadikan pelaksanaan dan penguatkuasaan undang-undang di Malaysia semakin tidak adil kerana berlakunya double standard yang jelas lagi terang. – Roketkini.com

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Teach our girls what is rape...

Over last weekend, the newspapers reported two horrific stories about rape, both involving underaged girls.

In one case, we were told that four teenage boys had gang-raped a 13-year-old girl, in a hut, in an oil-palm plantation in Kampung Manong, Ayer Hitam.

When some villagers came upon the group, two boys fled on a motorcycle, leaving behind two teenage boys, aged 14 and 15, with the victim. They tried to hide behind a tree, but were eventually caught by the villagers. The victim's father has since made a report at the Ayer Hitam police station. 

The boys were caught around 2 pm on Thursday, 15 September. Did this incident happen during the short school break between Hari Raya Haji and Malaysia Day? Did the parents know the whereabouts of their daughter? Did the girl know the boys? Had she been led there under false pretences and was she a willing victim?

The second story is about a Sarawakian man, and it echoes the story of the 78-year-old Austrian called Fritzl, who enslaved his daughter, Elisabeth for 24 years, in Amstetten, before she was rescued. Fritzl was jailed for life in 2009 for rape, incest, enslavement, neglect, and murdering one of his children.

A 16-year old Sarawakian had travelled from Lundu in Sarawak to visit her father, in Kuala Lumpur, because she wanted to lodge with him, whilst she received further education in the city. The 38-year-old man lived in a flat in Chow Kit Road.

She was raped on the night she arrived. Over the following few weeks, he repeatedly raped her, attacked her with a hammer, and partially strangled her or threatened her with a knife, to force her to have sex with him, and to warn her to keep silent about his evil deeds.

The sad thing is that the girl arrived in KL on 26 August and her neighbours did not hear her screams for two weeks. They immediately alerted her mother, in Lundu, who lodged a police report on 8 September.

The father, who sold religious text books for a living, was caught. When the girl was rescued, she was bruised and cut, and rushed to hug a policewoman,  who was part of the rescue team.

The victim's father denied that he had forced his daughter to have sex with him, and claimed that he "hugged his daughter to cure her of her home-sickness."

Why did it take the police another week to rescue the victim? The mother must have given the girl's address to them, when she made the report.

So, why was there a delay? This poor girl's ordeal could have been over more quickly.

The girl was working at a nearby shop, which was close to the Chow Kit police station, to help support herself. Having been beaten and physically hurt, she was so traumatised and fearful of her life, that she failed to lodge a police report.

The two stories of rape, over the weekend, should make officials at the relevant ministries revise their plans to introduce sex education only for boys.

What is the point of only giving sex education to boys? Girls need sex education just as much as boys.

They need to know that if they are raped, they must report it, and not suffer in silence.

Many girls are not only afraid of repercussions, but they are also afraid of the social stigma and of being blamed.- Mariam Mokhtar

Dalam senyap2 pahlawan kita Najib Razak kutip GST ke atas bekalan air ke rumah pangsapuri (maksudnya flat), masjid, rumah kebajikan. Kalau kena potong, bila sambung balik kena bayar GST

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cheers.

26 September 2016

Betoikah SPR diperkudakan MO1...

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Perkataan ‘dedak’ yang dipopularkan mantan Perdana Menteri, Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad dan sering dikaitkan dengan Datuk Seri Najib Razak telah menjadi satu konsep untuk menjelaskan bagaimana sokongan terhadap Perdana Menteri kini itu digembleng demi kepentingan politik peribadi dan kelangsungan partinya, UMNO.

“UMNO bukan UMNO lagi, UMNO sudah jadi parti Najib,” demikian keluh Mahathir yang sering kita dengar dalam ucapannya di mana-mana.

Ia selalu dipadankan dengan kenyataan bahawa pemimpin UMNO kini telah disumbat dedak sehingga penuh mulut, mata dan telinga sehingga tidak boleh melihat dengan hati nurani yang bersih dan menilai perbuatan jahat dan terkutuk Najib yang menjarah hasil kekayaan negara dan rakyat.

Namun, seperti mana kiamat akan tiba perlahan-lahan tapi pasti, seperti itu juga kedudukan Najib dalam pentadbiran negara. Dedak akan habis, dan Najib akan kehabisan cara.

Seperti biasa, tanpa segan silu, beliau dengan kuasa yang ada ditangan akan menggunakan segala instrumen negara, memanipulasi dan melacurkan segala jenis retorik untuk mengaut sokongan yang semakin menghilang.

Justeru, adalah tidak ganjil untuk kita melihat Suruhanjaya Pilihan Raya (SPR) (sekali lagi) diperkudakan Najib untuk diarah seperti anak kecil untuk melukis semula peta kawasan pilihan raya di peringkat negeri mahupun nasional.

Ia dilakukan semata-mata demi mengembalikan majoriti dua pertiga yang tidak mampu digapai Barisan Nasional pada Pilihan Raya Umum ke-13 yang lalu.

Malah, adalah pelik dan ajaib sekiranya Najib tidak mempertimbangkan muslihat itu.

Hasilnya, sebagai contoh, kawasan seperti Petaling Jaya Utara (yang akan diperkenalkan semula sebagai Damansara) mempunyai 150,439 pengundi dengan peningkatan 76.2 peratus berbanding PRU-13.

Malah, polarisasi kaum dilihat kian ketara dalam cadangan persempadanan semula yang dikemukakan SPR pada Rabu minggu lalu itu.



Pihak pembangkang mendakwa, terdapat lambakan beberapa kaum di beberapa kawasan Parlimen mahupun Dewan Undangan Negeri (DUN). Jelas sekali, Najib meneruskan legasi ‘pecah dan perintah’ yang pernah dibawa penjajah British suatu ketika dahulu.

Lalu, timbul pula persoalan, bagaimana proses dan pusingan pencabulan institusi negara ini dapat dihentikan serta merta, dan diganti dengan sistem yang benar-benar mencerminkan amalan demokrasi dan Perlembagaan Persekutuan?

Ia harus dipertanyakan kepada pihak Pakatan Harapan, kerana kita sedia maklum bahawa taktik ‘gerrymandering’ ini telah dipatahkan pada dua pilihan raya umum yang lalu.

‘Senjata makan tuan’ harus menjadi konsep taktik serang balas parti-parti pembangkang termasuk Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia (Bersatu) yang perlu dirangka dengan penuh halus dan jitu demi memusnahkan cita-cita Najib untuk terus berkuasa.

Ia sekaligus menjadikan hasrat rakyat untuk melihat Najib dibawa ke muka pengadilan, dapat direalisasikan.

Di peringkat akar umbi, rakyat khususnya, selain menjadi tanggungjawab untuk mengundi menjatuhkan regim, harus menunjukkan kesepaduan bersama pertubuhan masyarakat sivil, seperti Gabungan Pilihan raya Bersih dan Adil (BERSIH) yang mengutuk sekeras-kerasnya cadangan persempadanan semula SPR itu.

Menyokong BERSIH sama seperti menyokong hak demokrasi ditegakkan dengan maknanya yang murni.

Dan dengan cara ini – kesepakatan pakatan pembangkang (tanpa PAS pastinya) dan kuasa rakyat – pasti akan meruntuhkan tembok ‘dedak’ atau apa pun juga yang telah menjadi penghalang kepada semangat untuk menghidupkan kembali prinsip demokrasi di negara ini. – Roketkini.com

Planning to vote in GE-14? Your area might not even exist anymore...

So…. the General Elections are a-comin’ just around the horizon in 2018, unless you believe the bisik-bisik cerita that it might be a lot earlier – like middle of next year. But whichever the case, nothing much will change for us regular voters – we head to the polling station, queue up and play spot-the-foreign-voter, mark our favorite candidate an——- wait, why isn’t my area here anymore???! 

Yup, a bunch of Opposition MPs have recently pointed out that their areas (proper word: “Constituencies”) have suddenly disappeared, as if someone spilt a very big vat of leftover indelible ink from GE 13 over the entire town.

Shiok sendiri jokes aside, this is actually a pretty serious matter since even BN component parties MCA and Gerakan are really unhappy about it. 

But first, here are some of the changes that you can expect come GE14: 

Seputeh (DAP) has been renamed to Sri Petaling 
Kelana Jaya (PKR) renamed to Subang 
Serdang (DAP) renamed to Bangi 
Petaling Jaya Utara (DAP) renamed to Damansara 

In total, 12 parliamentary seats and 34 constituencies are looking to have their names changed. Not just that, 128 out of the 222 Parliamentary constituencies will have their boundaries redrawn. 

Don’t worry if this doesn’t make sense, we’ll explain what this is (and how it might be a bad thing) below. It’s part of something called a “Redelineation Exercise” – where voters get moved around


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In regards to the name change, Thomas Fann of Bersih 2.0’s Delineation Action and Research Team tells us that it’s not that big a deal. 

“The name change may be annoying for some affected voters but on its own it doesn’t have any impact. The major issue is [improper redrawing of the boundaries]” – Thomas Fann 

In a pretty little nutshell, “Redelineation” or sometimes called “Delimitation” is the Election Commission (EC)’s ability to redraw the boundaries of a constituency, meaning it can be made bigger or smaller depending on certain criteria that they need to fulfill, usually to ensure that voters are properly represented and able to vote conveniently. 

As a super-simple example, think of it as rearing cows and goats separately on a piece of land… You may have have initially split the land evenly for each animal, but if the cows are breeding faster than the goats, then you’ll have to make more space for the cows. So the most logical thing to do is to move the fence to “eat” into the goat’s space (aka delineation):

Black line is the original fence, dotted line is the new fence. 

Of course, it isn’t as simple when it comes to doing this for voters. 

The Federal Constitution basically lays out a whole bunch of guidelines that the EC has to abide to during a delineation exercise – such as making sure a constituency doesn’t land between two different states, and giving a 30-day buffer for people to object to their decision before finalizing it. This is because.

If done wrong, delineation can directly affect the results of an election without you knowing!


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The logic is pretty straightforward… In the image above, say JAR A has 80 yellow beans and 20 black beans while JAR B has 10 yellow and 40 black. If Yellow Party wants a majority number of beans in both jars, all they have to do is to move 40 yellow beans from JAR A to JAR B. That way, you’d end up with a 40/20 majority in JAR A and a 50/40 majority in JAR B. Sure, JAR B might be overflowing at this point but, hey, objective achieved!

In terms of what’s actually happening with the recent delineation, Petaling Jaya Utara (renamed to Damansara) had their boundary redrawn so that it went from 85,000 voters in 2013 to over 150,000 voters today. On the other hand, 50,000 voters were moved out of Subang, reducing the number to 73,000. 

For a better idea of why this shuffling around of voters is important, here’s an infographic by AMK on how the magic of creative delineation can be used to turn a 5-0 loss for BN into a 3-2 win with the same number of voters:


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Like magic, right? This is called Gerrymandering, which we explained in a previous article… But if you support the party then no issue la right? After all, you vote for them because you believe that they are the best people to represent your interests, kan? 

Well, not really because your votes may be “wasted” and it causes a whole lotta other problems later!


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Well, the major thing that becomes obvious is that if the boundaries are drawn in such a way that favors a particular party, then your precious vote – that symbol of democracy that you’re so proud of exercising – is essentially meaningless. For example, IF (we said IF) the existing 85,000 voters in Petaling Jaya Utara were gonna vote for Opposition, and the majority of the 65,000 voters added in this current delineation were also Opposition supporters, then it means that their votes would be worth less because – 85,000 or 150,000 votes – it still translates to only one seat in parliament. 

But it doesn’t end there, because improper delineation (whether parliament or state constituencies) causes various problems for people living in these areas AFTER the elections, such as:

1. Your housing area becomes separated! 

One of the no-no things prevented by the Federal Constitution, which is that a delineation cannot separate families and communities. However some communities have found themselves under two different parliamentary constituencies, such as in Subang Jaya, where the boundary cuts across a neighborhood – leaving half of them under Hannah Yeoh (DAP, Subang Jaya) while their neighbors across the street are under Nik Nazmi (PKR, Seri Setia). 

2. The person you voted for cannot take care of you


Pulau Ketam on the left, Klang town on the right. Image from DART. 


Many constituencies are separated based on natural boundaries (like islands) and socio-economic needs. The problems happen when liberties are taken with the boundaries and drawn in a way that doesn’t make sense. For example, Pulau Ketam shares the same representatives with people from mainland Klang – which is not even on the coastline! So where should the representative be based, on the island or the mainland? Either way, one side loses out. 

And when you consider again that Petaling Jaya Utara now has almost double the amount of voters, it also means that the municipal council, state representatives, and MP also have double the amount of people to take care of! 

3. Instead of talking to one person to get something done, you need to talk to three. 

Generally, when there’s a problem within a community (like bad roads or broken street lamps), you’d reach out to your state representative (ADUN) within your constituency so that he or she can sort it out with the local municipality council (Majlis Bandaraya). However, if boundaries aren’t properly drawn out, you may end up with 2 or more Majlis Bandaraya within one constituency, and each Majlis may have different rules and regulations that they follow. So when there’s a problem, your poor ADUN will have to deal with two or three different Majlis, taking more time and effort than it normally should.

Unfortunately, what we can’t tell you is whether your constituency has been gerrymandered or not, since the EC aren’t required to justify their reasons for redrawing each boundary. This is an issue with ethics and transparency that we’ll have to address another time, but for now, Thomas has a pretty easy way of finding out for yourself:

“If you find the name of your voting constituencies doesn’t make sense to you, it could be an indication that you are in a gerrymandered constituency. For example, my constituency is P161 Pulai even though I live near to JB centre. To me Pulai is a rural area far from where I stay.” – Thomas Fann, head of DART. 

Also, while the EC announced their delineation results in newspapers, websites, and (mostly) in the local majlis bandaraya offices, we have to point out that their site is still undergoing some security issues:


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DART has published a comparison between the boundaries in GE13 versus the current proposed one. You can take a look at them here.


The EC has denied that they’re up to any hanky-panky but if you disagree with their decisions, there’s some good news… 

You can still do something about it NOW – but time is running out!

Following the rules of the Federal Constitution, one thing the rakyat can do to stop their constituency from being messed around with is to get at least 100 people to sign a petition and have at least one representative to speak to the EC. The only catch here is that everyone who signs MUST be a voter in that constituency – meaning that you can’t sign a petition in Petaling Jaya Utara Damansara if you’re registered to vote in Kelana Jaya Subang. 

And you only have 30 days to do it – the deadline for all petitions and objections is October 14th 2016.


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DART and Bersih are already planning to set up signature collection points in the affected constituencies, which will be announced soon. But until then, we very strongly recommend that you sign up with DART as an objector so that they can contact you directly instead. They’ll help out with the procedures and paperwork as well. Click on the image below to sign up! 

You can also click this link to check your voting status on the EC’s website. All you need is your IC number. - cilisos

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Expensive Medicines : Ripping Off The People...

There is a company that imports medicines from India and sells it to Government hospitals.  India is now a major pharmaceutical power in the world and it manufactures high quality drugs but very cheaply.  

This particular company buys the drugs in India at a cost of about RM10.00 per pack.  They say that if they can sell their imported medicine directly to the Government hospitals, they will charge the Government about RM15.00 per pack - which means they slap on a 50% mark-up to cover transportation, expenses and of course some profit for them.  

But the drug is actually sold to the Government hospitals for RM45.

Here is how it happens.  The importing company cannot sell the drugs directly to the Government.  
They must go through P***niaga which we all know is a Dumbno company.  

Its Directors include U*M boss, A---d P----s S--in, failed outsourcing guru Azman Y---a and Dumbno henchman Raja N--g C--k.  But even here the company cannot sell the drugs directly to P----niaga at RM15.

They first have to sell their drugs to yet another crony company which is "connected" to P----niaga.  So the crony intermediary buys the drugs first at RM15.00 and then sells it to P----niaga at a mark up of say RM30.00.  

This is how cronies do business.  It’s called "rent-seeking", no need to sweat or take risks, just collect, collect, collect!  They pretend that this is NEP.  

The interesting thing is this is just a paper transaction.  They may not even take physical possession of the drugs.  They may just tell the importing company to deliver the drugs directly to P-----niaga.  They just bill P----niaga and cream off the difference.


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Now kawan-kawan, this has been going on for donkey years since P-----niaga was set up in the 1990s.  Then P-----niaga finally sells the drug to the Government hospitals for RM45.00 a pack.  And who pays for all this creaming off?  

It is you and me, Encik Taxpayer and the ordinary folks.  Who are the suckers?  Haramkah duit ini?  It's called STEALING from the RAKYAT and this is just ONE example of their normal rasuah Dumbno's business deal.  

This is now otherwise known as GOVERNMENT’s STEALING TECHNIQUE.
   
And to add salt to the wound; the generic version is sold to the government at a cost more expensive than the original !  

For example Rocephine for meningitis.  Happened when I was in the government.  

Sent big protest letter as I didn’t want to take risks with patients' lives in serious infections like this.  

Reply was : inform if any adverse reactions occur with the generic drug. 

I replied -  death. - Editorial Consultant,ostb

India minta interpol tangkap Ananda pasai M'sia...
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Tawaran PR pru13 ditolak majoriti rakyat,kononnya tawaran BN/UMNO lebih baik. 
Sekarang hangpa rasakan. Anak2 kita dah jadi kaki hutang...


cheers.

24 September 2016

PAS khianati prinsip Almarhum Tuan Guru Nik Aziz...

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Tindakan pemimpin PAS yang semakin serasi dan mesra UMNO memperlihatkan sikap sebenar sebahagian besar pemimpin utamanya seolah-olah tidak peduli terhadap penyelewengan dan rasuah UMNO yang telah menjejaskan rakyat dan negara ini.

Sikap yang ditonjolkan pemimpin PAS itu kata Ahli Parlimen Raub Datuk Mohd Ariff Sabri jelas semakin ketara selepas pemergian Mursyidul Am, Tuan Guru Datuk Nik Aziz Nik Mat.

“Perubahan sikap mereka sebetulnya, mendedahkan bahawa inisiaitif bertahaluf siyasi (kerjasama politik) dengan DAP yang dahulu dilakukan oleh allahyarham Tuan Guru Nik Aziz adalah salah,” katanya kepada Roketkini.

Malah, sikap dan kebencian yang ditonjolkan pemimpin PAS terhadap DAP pada saat ini juga seolah-olah cuba untuk menunjukkan bahawa Allahyarham Tuan Guru Nik Aziz telah melakukan kesilapan fundamental politik.

“Bukankah dahulunya, bekerjasama dengan DAP yang tetap sama seperti hari ini dijustifikasikan sebagai tahaluf siyasi?

“Namun jelas, dengan sikap pemimpin PAS hari ini, konsep dan prinsip tahaluf siyasi yang diperjuangkan Allahyarham Tuan Guru Nik Aziz malah di sokong oleh beberapa pemimpin PAS yang berotoriti seperti ustaz Tuan Ibrahim, seolah-olah satu kesalahan besar? Adakah mereka (PAS) cuba mengatakan konsep tahaluf siyasi yang mereka pegang sebelum ini adalah konsep yang palsu?” soalnya.

Dalam pada itu, beliau yang juga Ahli Jawatankuasa DAP Pahang berkata ‘jalinan mesra’ PAS dengan UMNO dapat dilihat jelas apabila parti tersebut senada dengan musuh tradisinya itu yang tidak pernah berhenti memburuk-burukkan DAP dengan pelbagai kempen fitnah.

Lebih menyedihkan, PAS juga terperangkap dalam hegemoni perkauman dan agama dengan terikut rentak UMNO menuduh ‘DAP anti-Islam’, ‘anti-Melayu’, ‘anti-raja’ dan sebagainya, sedangkan segala tomahan ke atas DAP selama ini adalah tidak berasas ujar beliau.

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Menurutnya, semakin DAP difitnah, semakin ramai kaum Melayu mendekati dan melihat DAP sebagai salah satu alternatif terbaik untuk aktif berpolitik dan berkhidmat kepada masyarakat pelbagai kaum di negara ini.

“DAP 10 tahun dahulu, tetap seperti DAP sekarang. Personaliti berubah, tetapi dasar-dasar perjuangan tetap serupa.

“DAP berjuang untuk menubuhkan kerajaan yang demokratik, berperlembagaan dan adil untuk semua rakyat Malaysia, sentiasa menyebelahi mereka yang kerdil, tidak berkuasa, yang ditindas dan melindungi mereka yang dibuasi,” katanya.

Beliau berpandangan, perkembagan sikap PAS ini membuktikan parti itu sudah melupakan beberapa prinsip yang lebih asas yang mendasari sikap dan perwatakan politik.

“Benar, PAS kata mereka berjuang atas dasar dan prinsip Islam. Apakah prinsip-prinsip ini? Antaranya ialah setiakawan, saling boleh mempercayai, menjadikan diri boleh dipercayai, dan tahaluf siyasi itu sendiri.

“Sekarang, walaupun PAS tetap berkata bahawa asas mereka ialah berlandaskan agama namun, pada pandangan rakan-rakan seperjuangan yang lain, PAS sendiri telah menunjukkan mereka adalah sebuah parti yang tidak boleh dipercayai,” kata Ariff.

Akibat sikap PAS ini, ia hanya akan memberi kelebihan kepada UMNO dan Najib Razak untuk mendapat lebih sokongan.

“Najib sebetulnya tidak perlu membayar setiap pengundi untuk menang sokongan. Cukuplah dengan membeli beberapa pemimpin sahaja dan pengikut-pengikut, mereka sudah berada dalam tangan Najib,” tegasnya. – Roketkini.com

Datuk Seri Hashim Abdullah has been appointed the new chairman of the Elections Commission. ― File pic
The ECs Shocking Delineation Exercise Will Kill BN Component Parties...

The delineation proposed by the EC has come as a shock to Malaysians who believe in fairness.  

lt is good that both the MCA and Gerakan are not happy but MIC must still be in dreamland if you judge by the statement of their Treasurer -  who came out strongly in support of Rosmah over the WSJ article on her.  

Will the BN component parties oppose the proposal by EC?  Most of the constituencies are where they will be standing.  

But they deserve this treatment as they did nothing when Najib was moving to get PAS support and when the Minister of Religious Affairs came out in support of hudud. And in Parliament, the hudud bill was given priority which has never been done before.  

Component parties should by now know MO1 is only interested to save himself.  In the coming elections he has given up hope on the non-Malays.  

PAS is now his savior and rumors according to Sarawak papers say PAS received 90 million pies which PAS denied and then promised to take the Sarawak papers to court.  And another party suddenly got richer by RM40 million.  

The BN component parties deserve this treatment as they have no principles.  Not a word from them about 1MDB or that DOJ document.  

Since you have no principles, people will reject you and MO1 knows this. Your shelf life has expired. This is the main reason MO1 supports PAS, and when paying last respects to Haron Din, he said Haron was a close friend.  Haron Din did not criticize 1MDB nor said a word about the DOJ investigation papers.  

To the MCA, Gerakan, MIC and the rest, sit down now and think hard as you have no place in MO1's  planning.   You will be sacrificed. - Editorial Consultant,ostb





cheers.

23 September 2016

Dr.M : Bila yang saya curi duit rakyat berbilion2 RM...

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1. Saya percaya semua rakyat Malaysia tahu dan sedar bahawa keadaan dalam Negara amat tidak baik.

2. Khususnya mereka tentu tahu bahawa Perdana Menteri telah dituduh melesapkan beribu juta Ringgit duit Kerajaan (rakyat). Berita ini tidak boleh dilapor dalam media Malaysia tetapi melalui media sosial hampir semua rakyat dapat ikuti perkembangan.

3. Sekarang bukan sahaja media asing melapor berkenaan lebih 3.5 bilion Dolar Amerika sudah dilesapkan oleh Najib, Jabatan Keadilan Amerika Syarikat juga mengeluarkan laporan rasmi bahawa “Malaysian Official 1” (yang diakui oleh Menteri di Jabatan Perdana Menteri, Abdul Rahman Dahlan ialah Dato Sri Najib) terlibat dalam melesapkan wang 1MDB sebanyak lebih dari 3.5 bilion Dolar Amerika.

4. Jika semua laporan media dan Jabatan Keadilan Amerika Syarikat tidak benar, kenapakah tidak ada sama sekali sebarang usaha oleh Najib membuat saman malu terhadap mereka.

5. Rakyat Malaysia tahu. Sudah tentu para intelek Malaysia tahu. Sudah tentu wakil rakyat dan pemimpin-pemimpin bahagian parti Kerajaan tahu akan kebenaran tuduhan terhadap Najib.

6. Tetapi apabila diadakan kritik atau tindakan untuk memulih Negara bertuah ini kebanyakan dari mereka yang tahu kerosakan yang dilakukan oleh Dato Sri Najib, membisu, tidak sanggup membuat apa-apa, tidak sanggup pun untuk menyokong usaha yang sedang dibuat bagi memulih keadaan.

7. Sebaliknya ada yang cuba mempertahankan Najib kerana kononnya semasa saya jadi Perdana Menteri, saya juga buat perkara yang sama. Oleh itu saya tidak berhak mengkritik, jauh sekali dari menjatuhkan Najib.

8. Saya ingin tanya bilakah semasa saya jadi Perdana Menteri saya dituduh di dalam dan di luar negeri yang saya curi duit Kerajaan (duit rakyat) berbilion Ringgit. Baca seterusnya..

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Moroccan Islamic State member among four arrested, says IGP...

The Bukit Aman Special Branch’s Counter-Terrorism Unit has arrested four men, including three foreigners, for suspected involvement in terror activities.

Inspector-General of Police Khalid Abu Bakar said in a statement today that the men, aged between 26 and 38, were nabbed in Selangor and Pahang in separate operations, from Aug 2 to Sept 17.

“The first suspect is a 37-year-old Bangladeshi who owns a restaurant in the Bukit Bintang area, and is believed to have been involved in firearms smuggling.

“The man had been on Interpol’s Red Notice and was arrested on Aug 19. He has since been deported to Bangladesh to face charges there,” Khalid said.

“The second suspect is a Nepali who operated entertainment and lodging businesses. He was arrested on Aug 19 and sent back to his country early this month,” the top cop said of the 38-year-old who was believed to have forged documents for international terrorists.

According to the IGP, the third foreigner is a 26-year-old Moroccan who had worked here as a welder, and is a member of the Islamic State (IS) militant group.

“He had been arrested by Turkish security forces while he was trying to enter Syria in February this year. Upon his release, the suspect entered Malaysia in May this year.

“The suspect was arrested on August 2 and repatriated back to Morocco yesterday,” Khalid said.

The lone Malaysian arrested is a 34-year-old who worked as a personal driver to a businessman. The IGP said the suspect is believed to have links with known Malaysian IS militant Muhamad Wanndy Mohamad Jedy and had actively promoted the terrorist organisation in his Facebook account.

The local suspect is being detained under Security Offences (Special Measures) Act 2012 (Sosma). - fmt

Ostb : If you are a foreign terrorist who wants a free airticket home, courtesy of the Malaysian taxpayer, just get arrested by the police for IS activities.   
- deported to Bangladesh
- sent back early this month (to Nepal)
- repatriated back to Morocco y'day 
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Wah !  Baik sungguh.

Lets look at the Morrocan first.  He was "arrested" by Turkish security inside Turkey in February 2016 for trying to enter Syria. Then they released him.  

The Turks did not throw him in jail? Or pay for his air ticket back to Morocco?  Instead the Turks 'released' him. 

I have said again and again the Turks are incubating and breeding these ISIS. They 'released' the Moroccan in February and by May 2016 the terrorist had entered Malaysia. And he worked as a welder.  

Why didnt the Turks give us information about this fellow? Why wasnt he picked up at the airport or the Immigration checkpoint when he entered Malaysia? Why was he allowed to enter the country in the first place?

Bagusnya !!  Terrorists from all over the world (Morocco, Bangladesh, Nepal) can enter Malaysia easily and at will. They can operate hotels, entertainment outlets, restaurants, work as welders and carry on their terrorist activities - smuggle firearms, forge documents, recruit terrorists etc. 

And when they get caught, they get a free air ticket back home to their countries.  

Baik sungguh Malaysia !!

How come these terrorists do not go to Singapore? 
- Or to Indonesia? 
- Or to Thailand?
- Or to Saudi Arabia? 
Why do they keep coming to Malaysia?

Answer : Because the security in Malaysia is lax. Almost non existent. From the video above, in Tawau you can bribe your way into the country for just RM50 or RM100.  And when they get caught they are deported back to their countries.  (Air ticket also paid.)

If you watch the video on the previous posting,"Media Indonesia dakwa ratusan PATI mendarat di Tawau", watch the video here.

In that video the Indons are making fun at the corruption among the Malaysian Police and Immigration in Tawau. 

I dont think anything much has been done or will be done in Tawau by the Police or Immigration since that video was uploaded.  

If you dont lock them up, where is the deterrence for others like them?  In fact they will be telling all their friends - go to Malaysia.

And where is the justice for that lone Malaysian idiot now arrested under SOSMA. He goes to jail just because he is a Malaysian. His compatriots got sent home.  

They will not get jailed in Bangladesh, Morocco or Nepal unless they have committed crimes in those countries.  They will not get jailed in Morocco, Nepal or Bangladesh for smuggling guns or forging documents in Malaysia.  These people will walk free again.

If the Police are worried about retaliation by the ISIS  (if they lock up those three foreigners)  then what about the ISIS retaliation over that lone Malaysian who was locked up? The ISIS can still retaliate.  

Being frightened of retaliation should not stop the Police from carrying out justice. If the Police are frightened of retaliation, then how are the Police going to protect public security? 

From past 'exposes' they may take action for a few days and then when people forget, things will go back to normal again. - ostb 

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cheers.

22 September 2016

Ratusan PATI lolos ke Tawau,Sabah setiap hari...



Media Indonesia Dakwa Ratusan PATI Mendarat Di Tawau Setiap Hari...

Sebuah program televisyen berbentuk siasatan mirip 999 di Indonesia mendedahkan secara terperinci bagaimana ratusan pendatang asing tanpa izin, PATI mendarat di Tawau Sabah setiap hari.

Apa yang menghairankan dakwa rancangan itu, lokasi pendaratan ratusan PATI  tersebut setiap hari berada tepat bersebelahan dengan pelabuhan sah di Tawau Sabah.

Wartawan rancangan terbitan TransMedia Indonesia itu menyamar sebagai Tenaga Kerja Indonesia, TKI bagi menyelongkar bagaimana perjalanan pendatang asing dari Indonesia masuk ke Malaysia secara haram.

Salah seorang PATI yang ditemubual mendakwa begitu mudah untuk masuk ke Malaysia secara haram dengan memberikan rasuah sekitar RM50 hingga RM100 kepada pihak berkuasa yang bertugas.

"Kalau di laut ada Polis yang tinggal sumbat (suap) saja dengan uang, tidak ada masaalah. Jadi boleh jalan, paling tinggi RM50 hingga RM100," dakwanya.

Rancangan tersebut turut menunjukkan bagaimana wartawan yang menyamar sebagai TKI di dalam sebuah bot kecil bersama para penumpang lain perlu menundukkan kepala jika terserempak dengan pihak berkuasa Malaysia.

Suara latar dalam rancangan tersebut turut yakin bahawa telah ada wang 'suap' (rasuah) disediakan untuk pihak berkuasa yang bertugas — ini barangkali menjelaskan mengapa salah sebuah bot peronda yang tertera tulisan 'Polis' dalam rancangan itu langsung tidak bertindak ketika terserempak dengan mereka.

"Kalau enggak punya passport nantinya ditangkap bisa masuk lagi. Gampanglah masuknya ke sana," itu kata-kata salah seorang buruh yang turut ditemubual menggambarkan betapa mudahnya untuk menceroboh masuk ke Malaysia secara haram dalam rancangan itu.- edisi rakyat

Sementara itu,Polis Diraja Malaysia (PDRM) memandang serius laporan sebuah program televisyen di Indonesia mengenai ratusan pendatang asing tanpa izin (PATI) dari negara jiran itu masuk secara haram ke daerah ini selepas merasuah pihak berkuasa Malaysia.

Ketua Polis Daerah Tawau, Asisten Komisioner Fadil Marsus, mengesahkan beliau sudah menerima dan melihat rakaman video daripada program televisyen berbentuk siasatan dipercayai terbitan TransMedia Indonesia. “

Wartawan Indonesia itu juga menyamar sebagai tenaga kerja Indonesia (TKI) untuk masuk secara haram ke Malaysia melalui Tawau, selain menyelongkar bagaimana perjalanan PATI dari negara jiran itu dipermudahkan dengan memberi rasuah antara RM50 hingga RM100 kepada pihak berkuasa negara ini.

Difahamkan, program berkenaan dirakamkan dua wartawan warga Indonesia dari stesen televisyen berkenaan antara Jun hingga Julai lalu. - suarasabah

WSJ: Hundreds of Petronas employees to be laid off...

Hundreds of Petronas employees may have to look for new jobs soon, as the national oil and gas firm is reported to be downsizing.

The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) cited sources as saying that Petronas "is looking to cut several hundred more jobs as it continues to grapple with weak oil prices".

It also cited a Petronas statement on Tuesday as saying the firm will "continually review its business strategies and staffing levels as it adjusts to changes in demand.

"This transformation exercise cuts across the entire Petronas group, including at subsidiary levels.

"More information will be disclosed as and when appropriate," Petronas reportedly said.

The company announced in March this year that 1,000 jobs would become redundant under a group-wide transformation exercise, and that efforts were being made to re-deploy the affected workers.

"Petronas has 53,000 employees as of the end of 2015, according to its latest annual report," the WSJ said.

In August, Petronas reported a 96 percent drop in profits in the last quarter due to sustained low oil prices.

Net income fell to RM348 million, in the three months through June, sharply lower than the RM9.1 billion it made a year ago.- mk

How can their income fall 96% from RM9.1 Billion all the way down to RM348 million in just three months? This is serious.

People who know Petronas say that ALL their investments overseas are churning losses except for one - a petrol retailer in South Africa called Engen.

Remember Petronas' big foray into Sudan? Billions of Ringgits invested. Well Sudan has since split into two countries and there is a war going on in South Sudan.  Not a great place to invest.

That investment in Canada is a huge suction pump - sucking up money.

Petronas has 53000 employees. At minimum wage levels of RM1000 per month, Petronas' wage bill alone is RM53 million a month. Or RM636 million a year.

If the average wage at Petronas is RM3000 per month that works out to RM1.9 billion per year.

If revenue is RM348m the last quarter, that works out to revenue of RM1.392B per year.

So annual wages = RM1.9b and annual revenue = RM1.4b  ! ! That is a huge problem.

And you dont pay wages from revenue. Wages are paid from Gross Profits which is Revenue minus COGS.  So there is even less money to pay wages.

Remember folks what I said - they are going to drive their cars until the gas tank runs dry. Then they will get down from the car, just stand there and will not know what to do.

Folks, there are easy ways to overcome all our problems. This is a very rich country. The wealth is lying all around us. It even shines down on our heads from the sky. Yes folks, sunshine is wealth. 

WE can overcome all our problems easily. WE need a completely new set of people. We need completely new thinking. 

Have faith. Dont be afraid. But we must get rid of these stupid thieves who are in power. The whole lot of them - not just thieves but really stupid thieves.- ostb

Mohd Ali claimed he was misquoted regarding the threat, which is now being investigated by the police.“I am innocent. I did not finish my sentence (and the media) does not possess any recording or video which quoted me issuing such (threats),"
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Orang Sarawak kena tipu hidup2...


cheers.

21 September 2016

SPR bakal menangkan BN di Perak...


Cadangan persempadanan semula Suruhanjaya Pilihanraya akan memenangkan Kerajaan Negeri Perak untuk Barisan Nasional dalam PRU14.

DAP Perak telah membuat bacaan dan kajian teliti terhadap cadangan persempadanan semula SPR yang dikemukakan pada minggu lepas. Kami mendapati bahawa cadangan tersebut melibatkan gerrymandering yang amat serius, dengan satu-satunya tujuan untuk mengekalkan kuasa pemerintahan BN-UMNO di Negeri Perak.

Seandainya keputusan PRU13 sebagai garis panduan, cadangan persempadanan semula SPR akan memenangkan BN-UMNO di 2 kerusi yang sekarang disandang oleh parti pembangkang, iaitu kawasan Changkat Jering dan Sungai Rapat. 

Maklumat terperinci seperti berikut:-

KawasanKeputusan PRU13 (Majoriti)Jumlah Pengundi yang dikeluarkanJumlah Pengundi yang dimasukkanSimulasi Keputusan PRU14
Changkat JeringAmanah (1,170)8,976
(Majoriti memihak kepada Pembangkang 1541)
(2 DM dimasukkan ke Aulong (DAP))
TiadaBN menang 371
Sungai RapatPAS (2,638)14,138
(Majoriti memihak kepada Pembangkang 3534)
(DM-DM dimasukkan ke Tebing Tinggi, Simpang Pulai)
TiadaBN menang 896
Dengan itu, BN bukan sahaja dapat mengekalkan 31 kerusi DUN yang sedia ada, tetapi pada masa yang sama juga memenangi kedua-dua kerusi Changkat Jering dan Sungai Rapat, seterusnya menjadikan kerusi majoriti BN meningkat dari 31 kerusi ke 33 kerusi.

Pada masa yang sama, daripada 4 kerusi marjinal yang dimenangi oleh BN dengan majoriti yang paling tipis pada PRU13, iaitu Lubok Merbau (53 undi), Manjoi (132 undi), Manong (231 undi) dan Pasir Panjang (304 undi), 2 daripadanya telah terlibat dalam cadangan persempadanan semula oleh SPR ini.

Stimulasi keputusan PRU14 menunjukkan terdapat satu Daerah Mengundi (DM) (Kanthan Baru yang telah memberikan sokongan padu kepada PR-PAS pada PRU13) telah dikeluarkan dari kawasan Manjoi dan menyebabkan undi majoriti BN bertambah menjadi 1829 undi. 

Begitu juga dengan kawasan Pasir Panjang yang disandang oleh YB Dato Seri Mohd Nizar b Jamaluddin pada PRU12, stimulasi keputusan PRU14 menunjukkan bahawa majoriti BN akan melipat ganda dari 304 undi ke 684 undi.

KawasanKeputusan PRU13 (Majoriti)Jumlah Pengundi yang dikeluarkanJumlah Pengundi yang dimasukkanSimulasi Keputusan PRU14
ManjoiBN (132)3,671
(Majoriti memihak kepada Pembangkang 1754)
1,245
(Majoriti memihak kepada Pembangkang 57)
BN menang 1,829
Pasir PanjangBN (304)1,011
(majoriti memihak kepada Pembangkang 304)
715
(Majoriti memihak kepada BN 76)
BN  menang 684
Selain daripada mempertahankan kerusi-kerusi yang dimenangi oleh BN-UMNO, “magik” oleh SPR turut terlibat dalam serangan ke atas kerusi-kerusi DUN Parti Pembangkang yang dianggap sebagai kerusi yang mampu dimenangi oleh BN.

Di kawasan Tebing Tinggi (DAP – Ong Boon Piow), sejumlah 10,756 pengundi telah dipindah keluar dan 15,311 yang lain telah dipindah masuk. Stimulasi keputusan PRU14 menunjukkan bahawa majoriti penyandang akan jatuh dengan mendadak sebanyak 74%, dari 5,887 undi ke 1,560 undi sahaja.

Di kawasan Hutan Melintang (PKR – Kesavan), sejumlah 4814 pengundi telah dipindah keluar dan 2809 yang lain telah dipindah masuk. Stimulasi keputusan PRU14 menunjukkan majoriti penyandang akan berkurangan sebanyak 94%, dari 1,240 undi ke 81 undi sahaja!

Sebelum ini, Pakatan Harapan hanya memerlukan suatu “swing” 3% pengundi-pengundi Melayu di Negeri Perak untuk memenangi 6 kerusi tambahan, iaitu Manjoi, Pasir Panjang, Lubok Merbau, Manong, Kamunting dan Selama. Namun, dengan “magik” yang dimainkan oleh SPR sekarang, cabaran Pakatan Harapan sekarang telah menjadi lebih besar.


SPR yang sepatutnya menjadi pengadil (referee) dalam sesuatu perlawanan antara BN dengan Pembangkang, telahpun bertukar watak menjadi defender untuk kerusi-kerusi DUN BN dan penyerang (striker) di kerusi-kerusi Pembangkang. 

Kita harus ingat bahawa atas pemecahan sempadan pilihanraya yang tidak telus, Pakatan Rakyat yang memperolehi sokongan 55% undi popular telah dinafikan hak untuk membentuk Kerajaan di Negeri Perak. Kerajaan BN yang sekarang hanya memenangi 45% jumlah undi popular sahaja. Cadangan persempadanan semula pada hari ini akan menjadikan perkara ini lebih serius.

Fakta-fakta di atas jelas menunjukkan bahawa SPR bagaikan komponen parti ke-14 dalam BN. DAP Perak dengan ini menyeru supaya anak-anak Perak bangkit dalam PRU14 untuk menghukum BN yang telah mencabuli kebebasan dan memperalatkan SPR demi kemenangannya. – Roketkini.com


What is #Support113A? Well, #MO1 thinks by moving adjacent non-Malay voters into already cramped non-Malays majority constituency and creating super-constituency like Tony Pua 's, it can hold on to power because Malays will have higher representation.

But #MO1 forgets that BN is a coalition of Umno with non-Malays parties. By unfairly redrawing the boundary, #MO1 creates more seats with >70% Malay voters. These seats which previously were contested by MCA, MIC, Gerakan etc. are now Umno's by default. In the end, there will be a handful of seats left for MCA, MIC, Gerakan etc. to contest on BN's ticket.

This is where we drive a wedge between #MO1 and BN parties. How??? Continue reading...

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IGP: Warrant not needed in ex-journo’s wee hours arrest... 

Top cop Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar said today that an arrest warrant was unnecessary when the police nabbed ex-journalist Sidek Kamiso at his home in Petaling Jaya in the early morning before taking him to Johor for questioning.

According to the Inspector-General of Police (IGP), no such warrant was needed as the alleged offence, over a tweet on the death of PAS spiritual leader Datuk Dr Haron Din, fell under the Communications and Multimedia Act (CMA) 1998.

“For this offence, a warrant is not needed. For offences under the [CMA] Act, there is no need for warrants.

“There is no need for a warrant to detain and no need for a warrant to search homes,” Khalid told Malay Mail Online when contacted tonight.

However, Khalid did not specify what was Sidek’s offence under the CMA Act, merely commenting that the he had allegedly abused the social media, which is covered under the said Act.

“Abusing social media under SKMM,” Khalid said when queried over the offence, using the Malay acronym for the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission.

Sidek’s wife Norlin Wan Musa had earlier told Malay Mail Online that several plainclothes officer had entered their home compound at 4.30am to arrest her husband without explaining why he was arrested.

A court in Johor Baru however has denied the police a remand order to further detain Sidek for allegedly insulting Haron’s passing. Continue reading...

Sidek Kamiso...and I will be quiet no more!

I am staying quiet no more. All this while I've held back as I often worry about what would happen to people I love especially my children, if I I don't.

Today we were rudely awaken by plainclothes policemen at 4.40am. when one of my dogs barked non-stop. Two men had jumped over our gates and banged on our door demanding us to open it. We called the guardhouse to check who was at our door but our call went unanswered.

They couldn't produce an arrest warrant despite my husband's repeated request. One guy showed my husband Sidek Kamiso his what I assume is police ID card. But the guy put it away soon as I approached him.

They came in and took his phone, went upstairs to our bedroom to look around and later insisted on going into my kids' room. I refused to let them in and told them I will not allow them to intimidate my children. Also told them my kids had nothing to do with it. I later went to check on my kids and calmed them down.

They later took my husband's laptop and one guy asked me what I've been posting on my FB timeline? To which I suggested he had a read himself. He replied by threatening to take me to the balai polis. He later said he wanted to end his task and go home to sleep. So I responded by saying so do I.

One guy took my husband's photo in our bedroom and a photo of our dog. I offered to take the dog out so he could take better picture of our dog but he refused it. I guess not everyone who intimidates can handle intimidation.

It's appalling that anyone can just come in and intimidate someone without an arrest warrant, in the safety of his/her home and take one away.

What have we become?

I need help to attract attention to this. Am keeping quiet no more. I don't see anything wrong with his tweet. Only that it was tweeted in my country, Malaysia where freedom of speech is scarce.

I've been told he is in Johor Bahru now and will be remanded this afternoon. But latest news is they are not sure what to remand him under.

Big hugs and big love to all the support that's been pouring in. You know who you are. Unless you have love left in you please do not bother commenting. - Norlin Wan Musa

OSTB - Why doesnt the MCMC Act not require an arrest  warrant? This law should be changed or abolished. 

Why was he arrested under the MCMC Act which does NOT require a warrant but charged under the Criminal Procedure Code which does require an arrest warrant?

Dont blame the people if they feel that it looks like a sneaky arrest via the backdoor.  

Maybe this is also why that Magistrate threw this case out the window into the tong sampah.

And why send so many officers at 4:00 am in the morning to arrest a 50 year old man or a 62 year old man?  Was it necessary for all that drama?

Why not just ask the guy to come to the Balai with his lawyer?

What does the public gain from this useless arrest?   How is public security protected by this time wasting arrest?

The Magistrate has already thrown out the case. So it was a useless arrest. Waste of taxpayer's money. 

And how about arresting the drug pushers, the gangsters, the human traffickers etc. You know - do some real police work.  The real bad guys are crawling all over the place. I am sure the Police know them as well.  Our Police are not that  incompetent. 

We will wait. You will also wait. Let's see what will happen. - ostb

Jho Low bukan Cina tapi Arab Melayuii.
Perompak ini akan bebas selagi UMNO berkuasa...

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Bila dah malu besar selepas anugerah 'Lead by Example' oleh UNESCO utk Rosmah ditarik balik.Tiba2 Pejabat PM (PMO) mengatakan 'ADA' kenyataan dari Prof.Tudor Parfitt (pada email) bahawa anugerah itu akan ditangguh ke 2017.Mana bukti email (kenyataan) tersebut???

Dalam satu kenyataan hari ni, Ali Tinju aka Ali Tonggek Juboq mencabar Pengerusi BERSIH Maria Chin Abdullah untuk bertanding satu lawan satu di PRU14 nanti di Parlimen Bandar Tun Razak.Bila ditanya oleh wartawan kenapa beliau memilih Parlimen itu, Ali Tinju mendakwa penyandangnya TS Khalid Ibrahim kemungkinan besar tidak bertanding di PRU14 nanti dan Parlimen Bandar Tun Razak mempunyai pengundi seimbang antara pelbagai kaum.(Pecahan pengundi : M-52.73% Cina-39.47% India-7.17% L-0.61%) Soalan yang perlu dijawab oleh Ali Tonggek Juboq,adakah UMNO akan mencalonkan dia sebagai calon Parlimen parti itu...Kah100 



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