Tags: Anwar Ibrahim, Hindraf, Malaysian Story, Pak Lah
HINDRAF? What Hindraf? What is Hindraf actually? A movement, that was banned, created to cause havoc, mayhem and destruction to the country and life of the rakyat?
They claimed to be the champion of the Indians in the country. I do not think so and I believe most of the Indians agree with me.
The Indians do not demonstrate, riot or cause problems when the leaders of the illegal movement were under ISA detention.
So, what cause are they championing?
The attitude of the leaders of this unlawful organisation speaks volume of their arrogance, self-importance and haughtiness.
The outlaw movement’s legal adviser P. Uthayakumar was not remorseful when he was released from ISA detention. He said he did not thank the government for releasing him ahead of his scheduled release.
Another Hindraf bloke M.Manoharan said he was filing an RM100mil defamation suit against the government, Home Minister and others over his 17-month detention.
Preposterous isn’t it? Have they forgotten about the untold damages they had caused when they amassed Indians and led them to riot before they were arrested.
What happened to the purported memorandum sent by these self-appointed blokes to the Privy Council over allegations that Indians in this country were discriminated, killed in mass and oppressed.
What do these blokes actually want? What is actually the philosophy and thrust of their struggles?
Uthayakumar’s brother, P. Waythamoorthy who is in self-exile in London, said he wants to return home. This Moorthy also said he was worried about his brother’s health.
Well Moorthy, whoever and wherever you are, no one had forced you to go to London for your so-called self-exile. No one had asked you to become a hero or champion for the Indians and no one actually bothers what you are actually doing in London.
You have to bear the consequences of your own action and please be remindful that there are more than 15mil Malays in this country who are also crying and screaming for attention. Their patience is just like a time bomb and is ticking very fast.
Do you think they, and most of the Indians for that matter, care much about your struggles and aspirations? Both of you were just lucky to be there at the right time and place.
I hope the Government will be tough and hard-hitting when dealing with these hoodlums. Why should the Government bend over and accede to demands of these hooligans. Their illegitimate cause does not bring any benefits to the society, especially the Indians, and the country.
The people are getting irritated, annoyed, fed-up and depressed with the endless political turmoil in the country as they are now grappling with the economic crunch.
Can you tell the difference between Hindraf, Pak Lah and Anwar Ibrahim? It is very difficult to tell the difference between them but obviously, they have something very much in common. DESTROYING OUR BELOVED NATION.
Tags: A New Chapter, Malaysian Story, Musa Black, Pak Lah
PAK LAH was heartbroken and he was a picture of gloom, sadness, depress and demoralize shortly after he was informed that five states fell to Pakatan-Rakyat in last year’s March 8 general election.
He was adamant and unbending in his decision to resign as Prime Minister to take full responsibility following the defeat. No amount of cajole, persuasion and sweet-talk could change his mind at that time.
However, he was smiling from ear-to-ear as if he had just heard the voices of God for him to carry on as PM immediately after he was met and coxed by his long time buddy, Tun Musa Hitam.
Musa Black gave Pak Lah, who was on life support system, an antidote for Pak Lah to make an about U-turn and withdrew from his earlier decision to resign as PM.
It took Musa just 45 minutes to convince Pak Lah to remain as PM and continue with his policies to destroy the country, its economy, Barisan Nasional and Umno.
And the next day, Pak Lah who was brimming with confidence told a packed Press conference that Barisan won with a big majority (was he stupid or plain ignorant) and received the people’s mandate to lead the country once again.
And true enough, the “father, son and son-in-law” team with the help of their spin doctors on Level 4 and in New Straits Times namely Kali “The Goddess” Mullah and Brendan Pereira, continued to wreaked havoc in the country, plundering and stashing the nation’s wealth.
A friend working with Tan Sri Nor Yakcop at a function somewhere early this year introduced me to Brendan. He asked me if I knew him and I replied no with Brendan’s presence. Brendan must have felt humiliated but I was being honest, as I have never met him before.
That Indian bloke, hated very much by Tun M, immediately left when I told my friend that I did not know who he was.
The common complaints during Pak Lah’s reign were that the Badawi boys were not only monopolizing major projects but they did not even bother to distribute the crumbs.
Musa was also trying his luck to enrich himself using his position as the Sime Darby chairman to influence Pak Lah to agree on proposals to privatise the National Heart Institute and build a new LCCT in Labu, Negeri Sembilan, which were outright rejected by Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak.
It was Musa last attempt to maneuver the Government through Pak Lah.
Now that the malignant tumor has been removed and hopefully the country, Barisan and Umno will be cured by Najib.
However, Najib’s task is far from over as he has to take head-on with Umno warlords at division level who are using their positions to pressure Najib to fulfill their demands and evil lust.
Let us rally and support Najib to remove these diseases which are hindering every effort by Najib to build 1Malaysia and put our beloved country back on track, economically, internationally and reverentially.
The Four Gentlemen’s Agreement Broken By Pak Lah April 2, 2009Posted by malaysianstory in A New Chapter, Najib Tun Razak, Pak Lah.
Tags: Malaysian Story, Najib Tun Razak, Pak Lah
I read with great interest and curiosity an article written by NST columnist Rehman Rashid to tribute Pak Lah published in the newspapers on Thursday (April 2).
I met Rehman back in 1985 but we did not really know each other as he left several years after that.
What caught my attention most about the article is on the part about the now mythical “gentlemen’s agreement” ostensibly accompanying the final transfer of power from Dr Mahathir to his successor Pak Lah on Nov 1, 2003, and apparently broken by Pak Lah weeks with the repeal of mega-projects initiated under his predecessor.
The cancellation of the “half-bridge” across the Johor Strait, the decision to rescind the double-tracking rail project, AND the sale of Proton’s Italian motorcycle subsidiary for One Euro were more than enough for Dr Mahathir to begin the implacable opposition to Abdullah he has maintained to this day, said Rehman.
I believe Rehman is hiding something and attempt to be polite and courteous to Pak Lah when he mentioned about the gentlemen’s agreement in the article.
He only mentioned THREE of the FOUR elements in the agreement which were all breached by Pak Lah immediately when he took office as Prime Minister.
I truly believe Rehman knows for sure the other constituent of the agreement, which if I could presume to be the main cause for BN’s miserable showing in the last general election, but he either purposely renounce to mention it or fear for any backlash if he mentioned it..
They are not made up stories but factual statements.
Let me tell you that the FOURTH element in the agreement that Pak Lah also broke was to free Anwar Ibrahim from jail.
Many were aware that Pak Lah’s son-in-law, KJ, was instrumental in helping Anwar out of the Sungai Buluh Prisons.
I wonder why Rehman is so afraid to state the truth about this.
If Najib is bold and courageous enough to make reforms and changes in Umno and the Government, I don’t see any reason why NST and a senior and seasoned writer like Rehman should still “kowtaw” to Pak Lah and KJ.
Better Late Than Never For Umno March 26, 2009Posted by malaysianstory in A New Chapter, Najib Tun Razak, Pak Lah, UMNO.
Tags: Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak, Malaysian Story, Pak Lah, UMNO
AT LAST, Pak Lah reaffirms that his deputy Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak would takeover as Umno president and Prime Minister as planned.
His reaffirmation has put to rest weeks of speculations and all tittle-tattle shrouding uncertainties that he may not hand over the Prime Ministership to Najib.
“Nothing could stop the handover from taking place,” he said at a Press Conference after a closed-door meeting with Umno delegates at PWTC on Tuesday.
His statement to the Press has made Najib’s task straightforward, allowing him to carry out reforms and changes in the party as he had pledged during his speech when opening the party’s Wanita, Youth and Puteri’s delegates conference on the same day.
So, I hope Pak Lah’s family members, cronies and close friends will stop any attempt to derail the power transition. They are now history in Umno’s book.
Pak Lah also expressed his unhappiness that certain quarters in Umno had unduly pressed for a transfer of power.
“Yes (I was offended). I know what I am supposed to do. I don’t have to be disturbed,” he was quoted as saying.
It is Najib’s game now. Najib has to put Umno’s house in spanking condition first before he steers Barisan Nasional and the country to a new epoch.
Najib has to tighten all lose ends as well as clean up all relics and thrash left by Pak Lah his infamous son-in-law KJ, seems as a gargantuan task for him to do.
Historically, Umno has never suffered a severe beating from the rakyat before Pak Lah introduced KJ into mainstream politics.
I remembered my Umno division chief friend grumbling that he was forced to nominate KJ for the post of youth deputy chief as he did not want to go against the order from Level 4 and the “traffic flow”.
This was at a time when KJ reigned in Umno and labeled as the “untouchable boy” on Level 4, a cynical term always referred by Tun Dr M, who commanded not only Umno but the government machinery.
The big question now is can Najib translate his pledge into practice. Will the 3 million Umno members embrace the reforms and changes demanded by Najib to make the party relevant to the Malays.
“Change from being aloof to be friendly, from being self-centred to putting interest of the people above our own, from laziness to diligence and from being the required minimum to embracing a passion for service.”
This is only a small fraction of Najib’s demand but it sounds gargantuan..
We hope Najib’s pledge will not remain as rhetoric as what had happened in previous Umno general assemblies. We hope all the fiery and sizzling debates will not remain as speechifying.
But I still believe that it is better late than never.
Lets Hope The April Fool Joke Will Be On Anwar March 3, 2009Posted by malaysianstory in Najib Tun Razak, Pak Lah, Storm In Pakatan.
Tags: DAP, Malaysian Story, Najib Tun Razak, Pak Lah, PAS, PKR, PR, UMNO
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I sighed a huge relief when I heard news that our Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi reaffirms his commitment to hand over power to his deputy, Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak.
Of course, the people are apprehensive, as they have heard nothing about power transition between the No 1 and No 2.
All they heard was speculations, rumors and gossips about how Pak Lah wanted to cling on to power despite having less than a month in office.
Pak Lah said he would stick to the plan to hand over the prime ministership to Najib.
“That is the plan that I have made, so we will have to follow the plan,” Pak Lah was quoted as saying by the all the newspapers.
We hope he will honor his promises as anything can happen in this crucial one-month period. I believe it will be the longest one-month in Najib’s life but let’s pray to Allah that Najib will eventually assume the No 1 post after the next Umno general assembly.
This literally means that Najib will officially assumes office on April 1. I hope it will not turn out to be an APPRIL FOOL joke.
It will be a crushing blow for the Opposition, especially habitual sodomite, Anwar Ibrahim, as he was hoping that Pak Lah would remain in office so that he could continue to wreak havoc and tear the nation into pieces through his divide and rule stratagem.
It is time that Anwar and his supporters realize that he is not THE FACTOR that determines the future and course of the country. It is the people who will ultimately decide who should lead the country and what they want the country to be like.
Come April 1, the joke will be on Anwar and not Najib.