Thursday, May 20, 2010

Stop denying

Denial syndrome is rampage in Barisan Nasional, UMNO and its component parties. Instead of working together with UMNO to change for the better so that we can regain the support of the people, they are still making excuses and pointing fingers at others for whatever internal squabbling that is happening. states that denial is the refusal to recognize or acknowledge; a disowning or disavowal (from 7 of the other explanation of the word). This is the most appropriate meaning of the word for what I am about to say. It construe syndrome as a predictable, characteristic pattern of behavior, action, etc., that tends to occur under certain circumstances (from the 3 other explanation of the word).

MCA only won 37.5% of the total parliament seats contested. Gerakan was totally wiped out in Penang, though they are so sporting that Tan Sri Dr. Koh Tsu Koon gave Penang to Lim Guan Eng from DAP with smilling and happy faces. Is there something going on that we might not know of? A complot to administer at the Federal level by the Chinese regardless of their parties could be one reasonable theory.

Pie chart representing proportion of parliament seats won by contesting parties.

Look at the reality of the results from the 12th General election will you? Don't keep denying what is staring right at your face. The Malaysian Chinese Association (MCA), Malaysian Indian Congress (MIC) and Gerakan saw their numbers reducing by half or more for both the state and federal seats. So what does that mean if not that the people are rejecting them because they are not doing their job.

I still remember that even the MIC President, Samy Vellu lost in the Sungai Siput Parliament seat because people wants new blood, and not the same rotten, useless face. MCA can recommend Donald Lim and Gan Ping Siew to be made senators all they want but in the end it is up to the decision of the BN Chairman, Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak. I warn you not to overstep your boundaries.

Simultaneously, Datuk Seri S. Samy Vellu had been asked directly by the MIC Youth deputy chief, V. Mugilan to step down and be responsible for the poor performance of MIC in the March 2008 general election.

Samy Vellu is the person responsible to demand the resignation of the then president VT Sambanthan. The world is round. What you do to others, one day others will do the same to you. That is the moral of this story. You have to taste your own medicine for what you had done.

Therefore, it is so unfair that V. Mugilan is now sacked for his critics towards Samy Vellu that has no value. Dey thamby. Why are you still in a denial syndrome? The people have rejected you in the 2008 general election. If you can't cut the mustard anymore in MIC since you are rejected loud and clear by the people, why are you still being stubborn? Do you want to be MIC President until you are dead? If that is what it takes to get you out of MIC, I cross my fingers so that you will drop dead soon. Samy Vellu just go to hell!

One more thing is that a dark horse like KJ is now controlling Pemuda UMNO. This is not good for the party. He could be a devil's advocate to someone he seems to be fighting tooth and nail.

BN which consists of UMNO and other component parties must change from having this denial syndrome because you are only deluding yourself. The people are not fools. I am criticising you guys because I want BN to be better, not because I hate you. If I hate you, I won't give a damn.

Article 160 of the Constitution of Malaysia

Federal is pertaining to or of the nature of a union of states under a central government distinct from the individual governments of the separate states.

Constitution is the system of fundamental principles according to which a nation, state, corporation, or the like, is governed.

So, today we are going to learn a little bit of history for those who are blind to what our Federal Constitution is all about or for those who are trying their best to twist the facts of what is our Federal Constitution.

The absolute law of Malaysia is the Federal Constitution of Malaysia. The basis of this is the 1957 Constitution of the Federation of Malaya (Persekutuan Tanah Melayu). It grounded Malaysia as a federal constitutional elective monarch which means that the Head of State is the Yang di-Pertuan Agong. He is referred to as the King of Malaysia. This system is closely molded after the Westminster parliamentary system, a legacy of British colonial rule.

"Ketuanan Melayu" is the basis for the Federal Constitution of Malaysia. Bumiputera is a Malay term widely used in Malaysia, embracing indigenous people of the Malay Archipelago. A Malay is a Malaysian citizen born to a Malaysian couple who are citizens of Malaysia who professes to be a Muslim, speaks the Malay language on a daily basis, practising the Malay customs and living in Malaysia or Singapore. Though this does not apply to Singapore anymore since their independence from Malaysia in 1965.

The term masuk Melayu by a non-Malay converts to Islam means that he embraces Islam but it is termed masuk Melayu because of the close relationship between a Malay and Islam. Look at Article 160 of the Constitution of Malaysia.

Article 160: This article explains many terms that is used in the Constitution. This is related to the definition of a Malay under clause 2. This article explained what is a Malay, its relationship to Islam and the usage of the Malay language. It also explained about a non-Malay rights after converting to Islam.

"If one of the parents is Muslim Malay as stated in Article 160 (2) Federal Constitution of Malaysia; thus the child is considered as a Bumiputra"

Article 160 (2): In this Constitution, unless the context otherwise requires, the following expressions have the meanings hereby respectively assigned to them, that is to say -

* "Aborigine" means an aborigine of the Malay Peninsula;
* "Act of Parliament" means a law made by Parliament;
* "Attorney General" means the Attorney General of the Federation;
* "Borrow" includes the raising of money by the grant of annuities or by entering into any arrangement requiring the payment before the due date of any taxes, rates, royalties, fees or any other payments or by entering into any agreement whereby the Government has to repay or refund any benefits that is has enjoyed under that agreement, and "loan" shall be construed accordingly;
* "Casual vacancy" means a vacancy arising in the House of Representatives or a Legislative Assembly otherwise than by a dissolution of Parliament or of the Assembly;
* "Chief Minister" and "Menteri Besar" both mean the president, by whatever style known, of the Executive Council in a State;
* "Citizen" means a citizen of the Federation;
* "Civil List" means the provision made for the maintenance of the Yang di-Pertua Agong, his Consort, a Ruler or Yang di-Pertua Negeri out of public funds;
* "Commonwealth country" means any country recognised by the Yang di-Pertuan Agong to be a Commonwealth country; and "part of the Commonwealth" means any Commonwealth country, any colony, protectorate or protected state or any other territory administered by the Government of any Commonwealth country;
* "Concurrent List" means the Third List set out in the Ninth Schedule;
* "Debt" includes any liability in respect of any obligation to repay capital sums by way of annuities and any liability under any guarantee, and "debt charges" shall be construed accordingly;
* "Elector" means a person who is entitled to vote in an election to the House of Representatives or the Legislative Assembly of a State;
* "Enactment", where the expression occurs in the Eighth Schedule, means a law made by the Legislature of a State;
* "Executive Council" means the Cabinet or other body, however called, which in the Government of a State corresponds, whether or not the members of it are Ministers, to the Cabinet of Ministers in the Government of the Federation (and in particular includes the Supreme Council in Sarawak);
* "Existing law" means any law in operation in the Federation or any part thereof immediately before Merdeka Day;
* "Federal law" means -
o (a) any existing law relating to a matter with respect to which Parliament has power to make laws, being a law continued in operation under Part XIII, and
o (b) any Act of Parliament;
* "Federal List" means the First list set out in the Ninth Schedule;
* "Federal purposes" includes the purposes of the Federation in connection with matters enumerated in the Concurrent List and with any other matters with respect to which Parliament has power to make laws otherwise than by virtue of Article 76;
* "Foreign country" does not include any part of the Commonwealth or the Republic of Ireland;
* "Governor" (Repealed).
* "Law" includes written law, the common law insofar as it is in operation in the Federation or any part thereof, and any custom or usage having the force of law in the Federation or any part thereof;
* "Legislative Assembly" means the representatives assembly, however called, in the Legislature of a State (and in particular includes the Council Negri in Sarawak), but except in the Eighth Schedule includes also a Legislative Council, however called;
* "Legislative Council" (Repealed);
* "Legislature", in relation to a State, means the authority having power under the Constitution of that State to make laws for the State;
* "Local rates" (Repealed);
* "Malay" means a person who professes the religion of Islam, habitually speaks the Malay language, conforms to Malay custom and -
o (a) was before Merdeka Day born in the Federation or in Singapore or born of parents one of whom was born in the Federation or in Singapore, or was on that day domiciled in the Federation or in Singapore; or
o (b) is the issue of such a person;
* "Member of the administration" means, in relation to the Federation, a person holding office as Minister, Deputy Minister, Parliamentary Secretary or Political Secretary and, in relation to a State, a person holding a corresponding office in the State or holding office as member (other than an official member) of the Executive Council;
* "Merdeka Day" means the thirty-first day of August, nineteen hundred and fifty-seven;
* "Office of profit" means any whole time office in any of the public services, and includes -
o (a) the office of any judge of the Supreme Court or of a High Court; and
o (b) the office of Auditor General; and
o (c) the office of a member of the Election Commission, of a member (other than an ex officio member) of a Commission to which Part X applies, or of a member (other that an ex officio member) of any corresponding Commission established by the Constitution of a State; and
o (d) any other office not specified in Clause (3) of Article 132 which may be declared by Act of Parliament to be an office of profit;
* "Pension rights" includes a superannuation rights and provident fund rights;
* "Public authority" means the Yang di-Pertuan Agong, the Ruler or Yang di-Pertuan Negeri of a State, the Federal Government, the Government of a State, a local authority, a statutory authority exercising powers vested in it by federal or State law, any court or tribunal other than the Supreme Court and High Courts, or any officer or authority appointed by or acting on behalf of any of those person, courts, tribunals or authorities;
* "Remuneration" includes salary or wages, allowances, pension rights, free or subsidised housing, free or subsidised transport, and other privileges capable of being valued in money;
* "Rule Committee" (Repealed);
* "Ruler" -
o (a) in relation to Negeri Sembilan, means the Yang di-Pertuan Besar acting on behalf of himself and the Ruling Chiefs in accordance with the Constitution of that State; and
o (b) in the case of any State, includes, except in Article 181 (2) and the Third and Fifth Schedules, any person who in accordance with the Constitution of that State exercises the functions of the Ruler;
* "State" means a State of the Federation'
* "State law" means -
o (a) any existing law relating to a matter with respect to which the Legislature of a State has power to make law, being a law continued in operation under Part XIII; and
o (b) a law made by the Legislature of a State;
* "State List" means the Second List set out in the Ninth Schedule;
* "State purposes" includes, in relation to any State, the purposes of the State in connection with matters enumerated in the Concurrent List and with any other matters with respect to which the Legislature of the State has power to make laws;
* "Tax" includes am impost or a duty but does not include a rate levied for local purposes or a fee for services rendered;
* "The Federation" means the Federation established under the Federation of Malaya Agreement, 1957;
* "Written law" includes this Constitution and the Constitution of any State;
* "Yang di-Pertuan Negeri" means the Head of State in a State not having a Ruler.

Read more about Ketuanan Melayu here in ‘Ketuanan Melayu’ is constitutional and not repressing anyone’s rights.

In conclusion, Ketuanan Melayu is the base of our constitution since Article 150, Article 152, Article 153, Article 160 and Article 181 explained about the power of the Yang di-Pertuan Agong, the Malay language, the special rights of the Malay and the Malay ruler. I will explain each one of them later. Stay tuned.

The hooliganism of DAP supporters

Datuk Wan Ahmad Wan Omar, the Deputy Chairman of SPR had this to say about the uncivilised behaviours of the DAP party agents and the candidate of that party.

"In Sibu the other day, one incident happened in the Officer Operation Room in Sibu when the handing over of the postal votes operation had been disturbed by the agents of the DAP party and the party's candidate himself. They spread rumours that we (SPR) delayed the counting when the disturbance was made by them (DAP).

"In Suarah Sibu civic centre on the 16th May, the DAP supporters shouted 'boo' at the SPR workers that was carrying in the polling box, then the supporters and their leaders at their whims and fancies trespassed a prohibited area and held a press conference.

"Why does the DAP leaders who was in the civic centre didn't control their supporters. This behaviour shown by DAP was the worst and so rude," he said.

Their hooliganism proves that they are not as democratic as they said they are. This country have rules and regulations and laws that must be followed by everyone. Nobody is above the law.

Meanwhile, the communist Chief Minister in Pulau Pinang is putting the blame of the flash flood that happened in a housing area in Balik Pulau yesterday on Perda (Penang Regional Development Authority).

Datuk Azhar Ibrahim, the Chairman of Perda said that Guan Eng should be giving help to the people in the affected area instead of putting the blame on someone else.

He also divulged that the state government's directive so that Perda stopped the project near that housing area until the drainage system is repaired will only affect the 216 low cost houses for the people and this shows that Guan Eng is not concerned about the poor people especially the Malays.

In Sarawak, William Ghani Bina, the joint-committee chairman of Teachers' Union Association of Sabah and Sarawak mentioned that special funding was needed to upgrade school facilities and resolve long-standing problems faced by rural teachers.

He who is also the President of Sarawak Teachers' Union (STU) was surprised that the minister was not aware of teh real situation and the problems faced by teachers in rural schools as STU had taken photos of the poor condition of the schools and the teachers quarters and sent them to the ministry 20 years ago.

Let's see now its 2010. If they had sent the report 20 years ago, it was in 1990. So this is the work or not doing the work by the one who had been appointed as the Minister of Education. Who was the Minister of Education then? Had he been so busy with his homosexual activities or being the foreign spy of the Jews that he had overlooked the report of the poor condition of the schools in Sarawak? Or did he just threw the report into the dustbin?

From 1985 to 1990, ANWAR IBRAHIM was the Minister of Education. Some of the stupid policies made by him is the bahasa BAKU, that is sounding a little bit like the Indonesian language. An honour to the most beloved lover perhaps? While serving as Minister of Education Anwar was elected President of the UNESCO General Conference (1991).

The role of secret societies towards NWO

Every country in this world is shrouded with racism issues. No country is free from it. That is the facts of life. Everyone is racist, every race is racist, nobody is free from. You are lying when you blatantly said that you are not racist.

A news report by The Guardian dated 21st April 1999 titled "Sixteen dead after high school massacre" is one example of extreme racism. Below are the excerpts from the article.

Cohn said one killer put a pistol to his head but did not shoot him. Instead, he said, the shooter turned his attention to a black student, saying, "I hate niggers." Cohn heard three shots but couldn't see what happened.

Sixteen-year-old Matt Good told the Denver Post that during the past year Harris had started wearing all black, spoke German, and was obsessed with anything German or about the Second World War. The local sheriff noted that yesterday was Adolf Hitler's birthday.

Nazism (Nationalsozialismus, National Socialism) was the ideology and practice of the Nazi Party and of Nazi Germany. It was a unique variety of fascism that involved biological racism and anti-Semitism. The concept of the Aryan race that was utilized by the Nazis stems from racial theories that claim that Europeans are the descendents of Indo-Aryan settlers, people of ancient India and ancient Persia.

Hitler saw the Jews as the 'biological root' of Bolshevism. Hitler and many Nazis were influenced by the notorious anti-Semitic book called "Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion." Hitler blamed the Jews for Germany's defeat in World War I. He killed Communists, liberals, homosexuals, gypsies and many other groups, including millions of victims of warfare. Why he did is up for debate, but I'd guess a mixture of antisemitism and stereotypes of the as Jews as Communists, subsersives and all kinds of other things - as a means to an end.

Here is an example of Hitler's anti-Semitic racism from a speech given in Munich in July 1922: "His is no master people; he is an exploiter: the Jews are a people of robbers. He has never founded any civilization, though he has destroyed civilizations by the hundred...everything he has stolen. Foreign people, foreign workmen build him his temples, it is foreigners who create and work for him, it is foreigners who shed their blood for him."

Mein Kampf, English: My Struggle, is a book by Adolf Hitler. In Mein Kampf, Hitler uses the main thesis of "the Jewish peril," which speaks of an alleged Jewish conspiracy to gain world leadership. How true and observing he was because now there is a secret movement bent on a new government called the New World Order.

The Russian Government had banned Mein Kampf for its extremism. Russian extremists have attacked migrant workers from poor nations in Central Asia and the Caucasus who come to Russia and often have menial jobs and squalid living conditions, as well as African and Asian students and Russians who do not look Slavic. The ultra kiasu leaders are invited to go and live there. They will be given a red carpet treatment over there.

Christianity had traditionally blamed the death of Christ on the Jews. One can see in the Bible the statement that the Jews demanded the death of Jesus, and said, "let it be upon our heads and that of our children."

The Arabs and Jews fight. the Jews have been keeping a sense of hatred towards the Muslims when Muhammad (PBUH) was chosen as the offical last Prophet for humankind till eternity. They believe this problem among the Jews and the Arabs did not happen before Islam came.

One reason why Arabs hate Jews is because they believe that Jews have been oppressing the Palestinians and other Arabs, and that includes children, the elderly, and women, destroying homes and that this cannot be tolerated in the interests of world peace. Only Jews who hate and wanted to destroy Islam were the ones who cannot be tolerated by the Muslims. Muslims or the Arabs do not hate all Jews.

Antisemitism (also spelled anti-semitism or anti-Semitism) is prejudice against or hostility towards Semitic peoples, often rooted in hatred of their ethnic background, culture, and/or religion. This is also racism because there will be other people who are not Jews, who will consider the Jews as a threat to their race because of the New World Order.

In conspiracy theory, the term "New World Order" or "NWO" refers to the emergence of a bureaucratic collectivist one-world government.

Conspiracy theorists therefore believe that "the history of the world is the history of warfare between secret societies" for control of a New World Order.

Conspiracy theorists generally speculate that the New World Order is being implemented gradually, citing the formation of the U.S. Federal Reserve System in 1913; the League of Nations in 1919; the International Monetary Fund in 1944; the United Nations in 1945; the World Bank in 1945; the World Health Organization in 1948; the European Union and the euro currency in 1993; the World Trade Organization in 1998; and the African Union in 2002 as major milestones.

* New World Order (NWO) --> working towards establishing one government around the world by the most powerful and influential group of people.