Saturday, May 29, 2010

MIC can annihilate to pieces with Samy Vellu.

Karma in Indian religions is the concept of "action" or "deed", understood as that which causes the entire cycle of cause and effect (i.e., the cycle called saṃsāra) originating in ancient India and treated in Hindu, Jain, Sikh and Buddhist philosophies.

MIC under Samy Vellu is proving that it is dictatorial, pariah and tyrannical because he had sacked any MIC member who are against him. He is a big bully just like the United States of America which had uttered, "Either you are with us or against us" read more here.

“Please remember, it was this current president who set the precedent some 40 years ago by asking the then president Tun V.T. Sambanthan to step down. You can call it some kind of karma,” says Murugesan.

Former MIC deputy president Datuk S. Subramaniam believes that tens of thousands of Indians who were thrown out of the MIC will return to the party after president Datuk Seri S. Samy Vellu steps down.

He claimed that over 100,000 members left the party after Samy Vellu closed down their branches in the last 30 years, adding that almost all Indian Progressive Front (IPF) members were originally MIC members.

It is so unfair that two central working committee (CWC) members K.P. Samy in Klang and G. Kumar Aamaan in Tampin had been sacked from MIC.

Petaling Jaya Selatan MIC division chairman V. Subramaniam and deputy MIC Youth leader V. Mugilan had earlier been sacked from the party.

The Gerakan Anti-Samy Vellu gathering will be held at Mines International Exhibition and Convention Centre in Seri Kembangan at 2pm on Sunday after the venue had been changed due to the pressure from Samy Vellu so that PWTC cancel the booking.

Organiser and sacked MIC Youth deputy chief V. Mugilan claimed the venue had been changed from Putra World Trade Centre to Mines because MIC President Datuk Seri S. Samy Vellu had pressured PWTC to cancel the booking.

Meanwhile, MIC Youth chief T. Mohan has issued a strong warning to Youth members against attending the Gerakan Anti-Samy Vellu gathering in Kuala Lumpur this Sunday.

Article 10 (1) guarantees the freedom of speech, the right to assemble peacefully and the right to form associations to every Malaysian citizen. However, Parliament may by law impose restrictions on these rights in the interest of the security of the Federation, friendly relations with other countries, public order, morality; and restrictions designed to protect the privileges of Parliament, to provide against contempt of court, defamation, or incitement to any offence.

There is no need for MIC Youth chief (some say are the cronies of KJ) to warn others about their attendance at GAS or GASP or whatever that the other MIC members or ex MIC members wants to because this is a free country and anybody can do whatever the hell that they want as long as it is within the law.

So, is Samy Vellu an Indian Maharajah here in Malaysia or a person above the law that this warning had to be issued? If Samy Vellu is still headstrong about this, BN should consider sacking MIC from BN since its MIC Youth Chief had also threatened to leave BN.

We have other alternatives such as IPF (Indian Progressive Front) or MIMC (Malaysian Indian Muslim Congress / Kongres India Muslim Malaysia, KIMMA).

1 comment:

  1. And so it has begun. The MIC members are starting to voice out their dissatisfactions. Selangor leads the way with some of the anti-Samy Vellu members initiating meetings to ask for his resignation.

    Samy as usual reverts to threatening the rogue members. He seemed to have forgotten that it was he who said “i’ll go if the INDIAN COMMUNITY want me to”. Maybe when more voices of dissent are heard, he will move on.

    Now, if any of the members have any dignity, they should leave the party! Simple as that. Why stay grumble. Just quit en-bloc. Close branches and divisions. Open a new MIC Baru. Or join any of the existing parties


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