Thursday, June 23, 2011

The filth of BerSHIT

Hisham: No permit to be issued

KUALA LUMPUR: The police met the three groups intending to hold mass rallies and street marches next month, reiterating that none will get a permit to do so.

“I can categorically say this,” Home Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Hussein told reporters here yesterday.

“Some want us (the Government) to use the Internal Security Act against them. But there are other laws that we can use,” he said.

The opposition-initiated Bersih 2.0 coalition is adamant about going ahead with its July 9 street march, prompting Umno Youth to go on with its counter rally.

Gerak Aman, a newly-launched coalition of 57 non-governmental organisations and led by Malay rights group Perkasa, has also said it would take to the streets on the same day if Bersih 2.0 continued with its rally.

Perkasa chief Datuk Ibrahim Ali welcomed the police decision against issuing the permits.

“If they (the other groups) are determined, I will have to consult the Gerak Aman committee on our next course of action,” he said.

Umno Youth chief Khairy Jamaluddin said the wing would continue with its planned march, even without a police permit.

Meanwhile, Selangor police chief Deputy Comm Datuk Tun Hisan Tun Hamzah said the state police received 53 reports this month over the Opposition-initiated Bersih 2.0 rally.

The reports were made by NGOs and individuals, including taxi drivers, he said.

In IPOH, a group led by former Perak PKR Youth acting chief Faizal Effendi Hashim lodged a report against Bersih 2.0 at 11am yesterday.

Another report was lodged by representatives of three local NGOs Pertubuhan Masyarakat Prihatin Perak, Pertubuhan Kebajikan Rakyat Perak and Pertubuhan India Muslim Perak at 6pm.

Malaysian Youth Council president Mohamed Maliki Mohamed Rapiee said it strongly opposed street demonstrations.

“The council intends to collect one million signatures against the Bersih 2.0 rally,” he said.
Taken from The Star

In the site, there are 8 immediate demands which is :

1. Clean the electoral roll

The electoral roll is marred with irregularities such as deceased persons and multiple persons registered under a single address or non-existent addresses. The electoral roll must be revised and updated to wipe out these ‘phantom voters’. The rakyat have a right to an electoral roll that is an accurate reflection of the voting population.

In the longer term, BERSIH 2.0 also calls for the EC to implement an automated voter registration system upon eligibility to reduce irregularities.

I say : Here Bersih is totally lying to the public. Any registered voter or any person who is going to vote have to register themselves as voters at the EC offices or the nearest post office. But they have to use their identity card (I/C) to register using the address stated in the IC. So, it is absolutely a lie when Bersih said that deceased persons and multiple persons are registred under a single address or non-existent addresses. If that were true, they are the ones who are doing it. And, who have multiple ICs that they can register many times? I don't. Do you?

On the automated voter registration system upon eligibility to reduce irregularities, how can you ensure that all those automatically registered will go out to vote? We can't even compel those who are registered voters to go out to vote.

In October 2010, Datuk Seri Nazri Aziz had announced that the government will not implement automatic voter registration.

“The government does not intend to implement automatic registration for those above the age of 21 years of age because a large number of Malaysians do not live in the address stated in their IC. If automatic registration is implemented it will bring big implications to those involved as we are looking at the mobility of the people which is very high.

“This is because there are some who still haven’t changed their address and automatic registration would cause further complications. What concerns us is that the percentage of voters coming out to vote on the day of elections will decrease and this will affect the country’s image in the global perspective.”

The opposition supporters have been known to pay to keep the ICs of the voters to stop them from voting. They had also been illegally stopping busses carrying outstation voters working outside of the respective voting areas from entering the by-election areas.

2. Reform postal ballot

The current postal ballot system must be reformed to ensure that all citizens of Malaysia are able to exercise their right to vote. Postal ballot should not only be open for all Malaysian citizens living abroad, but also for those within the country who cannot be physically present in their voting constituency on polling day. Police, military and civil servants too must vote normally like other voters if not on duty on polling day.

The postal ballot system must be transparent. Party agents should be allowed to monitor the entire process of postal voting.

I say : The opposition wants this system to be implemented so that they can manipulate the system. Concerns about postal voting have been raised as to whether it complies with the requirements of a secret ballot, in that people cast their vote outside the security of a polling station, and whether voters can cast their vote privately free from another person's coercion. There have been cases of electoral fraud with postal votes in the United Kingdom (including in Birmingham at the 2004 European and local government elections in the UK).

In Texas, electoral fraud occurring over the years involves political operatives engaged by candidates illegally aid those eligible to vote by mail, usually voters over 65 years of age or voters with a disability. There have been cases of electoral fraud with postal votes in the UK (including at the 2004 European and local government elections in Birmingham).

3. Use of indelible ink

Indelible ink must be used in all elections. It is a simple, affordable and effective solution in preventing voter fraud. In 2007, the EC decided to implement the use of indelible ink. However, in the final days leading up to the 12th General Elections, the EC decided to withdraw the use of indelible ink citing legal reasons and rumours of sabotage.

BERSIH 2.0 demands for indelible ink to be used for all the upcoming elections. Failure to do so will lead to the inevitable conclusion that there is an intention to allow voter fraud.

I say : This use of an indelible ink has not been used in any of the election in developed countries. Some countries (in which some still cannot be categorized as developed countries) which have used Electoral stain in general elections include:

* Afghanistan
* Benin
* Burkina Faso
* Democratic Republic of the Congo
* Egypt
* Gambia
* India
* Indonesia
* Iraq
* Lebanon
* Mauritania
* Peru
* Philippines
* South Africa
* Sri Lanka
* Suriname
* Tchad
* Uganda
* Zimbabwe

There had been controversies in countries in which they had been used. In the Afghan presidential election, 2004, allegations of electoral fraud arose around the use of indelible ink stains, which many claimed were easily able to be washed off. Election officials had chosen to use the more efficient marker pen option; however, regular marker pens were also sent out to polling stations, which led to confusion and some people being marked with less permanent ink.

During the Zimbabwean presidential election, 2008, reports surfaced that those who had chosen not to vote were attacked and beaten by government sponsored mobs. The mobs attacked those without ink on their finger.

In the Malaysian general election, 2008, the election authorities canceled the use of Electoral Stain a week before voters went to the polls, saying it would be unconstitutional to prevent people from voting even if they had already had their fingers stained. Additionally they cited reports of ink being smuggled in from neighboring Thailand in order to mark peoples' fingers before they had a chance to vote, thus denying them their rights. This must be the work of the opposition parties who had been so adamant in demanding the usage of the indelible ink.

In America, this is what Ted Gunderson wants for America :

No use of computer voting or vote counting in federal elections. All voting to be on paper ballots, with voters using indelible ink on a thumb after voting, all vote counting to be done in public at each voting place, with results publicly posted at each voting place immediately after counting.

4. Minimum 21 days campaign period

The EC should stipulate a campaign period of not less than 21 days. A longer campaign period would allow voters more time to gather information and deliberate on their choices. It will also allow candidates more time to disseminate information to rural areas. The first national elections in 1955 under the British Colonial Government had a campaign period of 42 days but the campaign period for 12th GE in 2008 was a mere 8 days.

I say : The Bersih group are pro opposition who are only finding the fault of the government. In an article in The Malaysian Insider, there is this news about 3 Malay youths detained under the Emergency Ordinance (EO) 1969 for allegedly stealing motorcycles.

One commentor asked why is the the EO still in place since the Communist Party of Malaya had been disbanned? How could Bersih be so biased as to refer to the campaign period of 42 days by the British Colonial Government in 1955? Malaysia had achieved her independance in 1957, so how can they refer to something that is done before Malaysia's independance?

Now, Chin Peng is one of the most influential member of the CPM where he is the Secretary-General from 1947–present. CPM had been disbanned but it has re-emerged using a new name, which is DAP.

To prove to you that DAP is a communist party and supports Chin Peng, just watch this youtube.

The Government should accept Chin Pengs apology and allow him to return to Malaysia (1 of 2) uploaded by DAP video.

The Government should accept Chin Pengs apology and allow him to return to Malaysia (2 of 2) uploaded by DAP video.

5. Free and fair access to media

It is no secret that the Malaysian mainstream media fails to practice proportionate, fair and objective reporting for political parties of all divide. BERSIH 2.0 calls on the EC to press for all media agencies, especially state-funded media agencies such as Radio and Television Malaysia (RTM) and Bernama to allocate proportionate and objective coverage for all potlical parties.

I say : It is a well-known fact that the Jews control the world media. Read the links here, here and here.

The opposition in Malaysia had been free to have their own media. In fact, they had been in control of the alternative media via blogging ever since Anwar Ibrahim had been sacked from the Deputy Prime Minister position on 2nd September 1998 due to “doubts on his moral and personal integrity” in which resulted in the 2008 tsunami where 5 states had fallen into the hands of the opposition. Read more here.

Moreover, the opposition have their own publication in which they had been spreading vicious rumours against the government via Harakah daily, Suara Keadilan and Roketkini. Not to forget websites such as Malaysiakini and The Malaysian Insider.

6. Strengthen public institutions

Public institutions must act independently and impartially in upholding the rule of law and democracy. Public institutions such as the Judiciary, Attorney-General, Malaysian Anti-Corruption Agency (MACC), Police and the EC must be reformed to act independently, uphold laws and protect human rights.

In particular, the EC must perform its constitutional duty to act independently and impartially so as to enjoy public confidence. The EC cannot continue to claim that they have no power to act, as the law provides for sufficient powers to institute a credible electoral system.

I say : The public institutions had been acting independent and impartial. However, the opposition is not satisfied because they want the public institutions to follow what they want.

Let's read the oppositions version of one case here. Let's read what the media has to say say about it.

And what's this about Teoh Beng Hock been sodomised and murdered??? And this is not to be told to others.

7. Stop corruption

Corruption is a disease that has infected every aspect of Malaysian life. BERSIH 2.0 and the rakyat demand for an end to all forms of corruption. Current efforts to eradicate corruption are mere tokens to appease public grouses. We demand that serious action is taken against ALL allegations of corruption, including vote buying.

I say : There is no vote buying. Besides, your vote is secret. How could BERSIH 2.0 demand for the end of corruption, when the leader for the Pakatan Rakyat is Anwar Ibrahim, a convicted criminal jailed for corruption and sodomy?

Read more about it here, here and here.

PAS are embroiled in the missing Memali fund and Kohilal.

You said you want to stop corruption but your leaders in DAP, PKR and PAS are all corrupt as well.

8. Stop dirty politics

Malaysians are tired of dirty politics that has been the main feature of the Malaysian political arena. We demand for all political parties and politicians to put an end to gutter politics. As citizens and voters, we are not interested in gutter politics; we are interested in policies that affect the nation.

I say : Politics are not dirty. There are only dirty politicians that have to be kicked out from the parties to ensure that the party is clean from money politics and corrupt politcians.

Berita Harian on the 22nd of June 2011 had disclosed about some quarters trying their best to destroy the Malay history and heritage of the Malay Muslims in Penang and read more here. Is that dirty politics?

Anwar Ibrahim who had been appointed as Pakatan Rakyat's leader is an ex con who had been jailed for corruption and sodomy. Isn't that dirty as well?

Can we trust MCA, Gerakan???

Bersih being used by the opposition for their agenda, says Chua

KAMPAR: The organiser of the Coalition for Free and Fair Elections (Bersih) rally is being used by the opposition parties to achieve its political agenda, said MCA president Datuk Seri Dr Chua Soi Lek.

“Bersih started out as a non-governmental organisation to express concerns over irregularities in the electoral process.

“However, it is now being infiltrated and influenced by opposition leaders to gain political mileage.

“They are trying to stoke the emotions of the people and create feelings of hatred against the Government,” Dr Chua said after opening the Kampar MCA division annual general meeting here yesterday.

He said MCA was firm in its stand not to support such illegal rallies as they disrupted peace and harmony of the society, adding that the party also backed MCA Youth chief Datuk Dr Wee Ka Siong's decision against participating in a rally planned by Umno Youth on the same date.

Earlier in his speech, Dr Chua urged party leaders and members to get closer to the people.

“I observed that during programmes organised by the MCA, only party members and supporters were present.

“We failed to attract non-members and the public,” he said.

Citing an example, Dr Chua said when he was campaigning in the Batu Sapi by-election, he approached a voter and asked him why he had supported the DAP.

The voter told him that the DAP showed more concern for the welfare of the people.

“This voter said the Barisan representative only visited their areas twice a year during festive season.

“On the other hand, the opposition representative often go to the ground,” he said, adding that such an action had caused the people to think that Barisan did not need them.
From The Porn Star

Are we sleeping with the enemy? This is because most of the times, the statement given by MCA leaders or Gerakan leaders sounds so much like they are coming from DAP leaders.

MCA also admitted their weaknesses in attracting the public to them as DAP showed more concern for the welfare of the people.

MCA had also not shown any good results in the last general election and they certainly have not improved in attracting the Chinese to them.

Is this blatant sabotage by MCA so that Barisan Nasional will lose more seat in the forthcoming general election?

If this is, UMNO should seriously think about other ways to win the general election because it does not feel like the other component parties are working hard to ensure BN wins.

Any members of the component parties caught in the Bersih rally should be kicked out from their respective parties.

The Chinese are hand in hand and the Malay are fighting tooth and nail with each other.

Strip off the nationality of these motherfuckers

DAP reps criticised for not wearing ceremonial attire

PERHAPS they were taking a page out of the book of their Perak colleagues, when 12 DAP assemblymen turned up for the opening of the 17th state assembly sitting minus their ceremonial attire.

The move sparked the first round of battle between Barisan Nasional and the opposition.

There was no surprise in the move, however, as state DAP chairman Wong Ho Leng had stated on Monday that the party's assemblymen would participate wearing dark suits rather than the ceremonial attire.

His rationale was that the party did not want to waste taxpayers' money as a full official attire, including a songkok, would cost between RM2,000 and RM4,000.

"In the past session, the speaker has ruled that it is not necessary to wear the official uniform as long as we wear dark official suits.

"Since it is not the rule of the day, all 12 of us will come in dark suits as we have done all this while," the Bukit Assek assemblyman had said on Monday.

The three Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) assemblymen, who came wearing the complete official attire, including songkok, however, held a different view.

PKR's Padungan assemblyman See Chee How said the Sarawak assemblymen were given a choice on whether to wear the state assembly costume or not. It was thus a non-issue.

The state PKR information chief said the party's assemblymen chose to wear it because the attire was just a state assembly costume and the songkok just a headpiece, with no religious connotation," said See.

However, some BN assemblymen expressed regret over DAP's stance.

Parti Pesaka Bumiputera Bersatu (PBB) deputy president Datuk Amar Abang Johari Openg said the wearing of the ceremonial attire was a gesture of respect to the Constitution as well as to the Yang Dipertua Negeri Sarawak.

"We have all pledged to uphold the Constitution. We feel that for the DAP not to use the attire, it is as if they do not respect our sovereignty.

"I want to thank the PKR assemblymen, though they are in the opposition. They respect the state assembly and also our guest of honour. I think they have better culture than the DAP," said the Satok assemblyman.

Both Abang Johari and Speaker Datuk Seri Mohd Aspia Awang Nassar explained that the songkok itself did not have any religious connotation.

"I respect Lim Guan Eng (DAP president) because Lim wore a songkok when he attended the Rulers' Conference," Aspia said.

He said the state assembly would not force assemblymen to wear anything they did not want but he stressed that wearing a songkok did not signify that a person was a Muslim.

"It is wrong to think that a songkok shows your religion. If you look at Indonesia, there are non-Muslims who wear songkok."

Taken from New Straits Times.

The actions of the jackass DAP representatives of not wearing the ceremonial attire is a blatant act of disrespect towards the Constitution and the Yang Dipertua Negeri Sarawak.

These motherfuckers who can't even speak proper Malay, should be stripped of their nationality as Malaysians because they are actually communists and should go back to either China or Singapore.

If they cannot even adhere to the simplest of rules which had been in place for decades, we can just imagine what will this country turn to if those motherfuckers were given the chance to administer our country.

Just as Selangor had been a heaven now for vice den and will soon replace Thailand as a sexual destination, we can expect Malaysia will later be recognised to be a homosexual country if Anwar becomes the puppet Prime Minister for
the DAP and the Jews.

Those immigrant should remember if it were not for the goodwill of the Malays to grant the Chinese and Indians the Malaysian nationality in the exchange to get sovereignty from the British, you would still be a China or India national.


1. Would you be a stupid ass and go on a BerSHIT rally?
A. Yes
B. No

2. Will you go to the Anti BerSHIT rally?
A. Yes
B. No

Corrupt officers are traitors

Bribery, a form of corruption, is an act implying money or gift given that alters the behavior of the recipient. Bribery constitutes a crime and is defined by Black's Law Dictionary as the offering, giving, receiving, or soliciting of any item of value to influence the actions of an official or other person in charge of a public or legal duty.

The bribe is the gift bestowed to influence the recipient's conduct. It may be any money, good, right in action, property, preferment, privilege, emolument, object of value, advantage, or merely a promise or undertaking to induce or influence the action, vote, or influence of a person in an official or public capacity.

Personally, I think that not only those who received the bribes should be charged in court but those who gave the bribes should be charged as well.

Top govt officer among 8 held over graft, cheating

GEORGE TOWN: Eight people, including a high-ranking government officer here and four civil servants, have been arrested for allegedly accepting bribes and being involved in misappropriating cooking gas subsidies.

The officer was in his 50s, while the other seven were between 20s and 50s, state Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission director Datuk Latifah Md Yatim said.

Latifah said the cooking gas was bought at a subsidised rate, put into industrial barrels and resold to factories at a normal rate.

"We believe we have successfully bust this syndicate," Latifah said here yesterday.

It was earlier reported that an enforcement team from MACC and Domestic Trade, Cooperatives and Consumerism Ministry last week raided three premises in Sungai Bakap on the mainland, and seized hundreds of liquefied petroleum gas cylinders worth RM200,000.

Taken from New Straits Times

Those who takes bribes so that others can make profit out of it are traitors of the country just like those people who let themselves to be agents of foreign nations to sell out this country to those foreigners.

Malaysia Lost RM754 Million To Sand Theft

KUALA LUMPUR, April 28 (Bernama) — It is estimated that the country lost RM754 million in revenue due to rampant sand theft and illegal logging throughout last year.

According to the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) Annual Report 2010, the government lost an estimated RM745 million in royalty due to sand theft and RM8.95 million from illegal logging.

With an estimated 3,000 lorries used to transport illegally-mined sand over the one-year period, the losses could amount to RM600 million, and another RM145 million lost to smuggling of sand to a neighbouring country, according to the report.

It said that throughout 2010, MACC received 410 tip-offs on corruption and power abuse related to illegal sand mining.

Forty-five investigation papers were opened, resulting in 43 arrests made, with 22 of the individuals involved charged in court for corruption offences and other wrong-doings related to sand mining.

The report said the bribes amounted to RM321,528, with RM88,000 being the highest amount received by an offender uncovered during last year’s ‘Ops Pasir’ (Operation Sand).

Six people were also arrested for bribery involving sex.

The MACC revealed in the report that besides offering bribes to enforcement officers, the culprits also issued threats.

“The illegal sand mining locations were fenced up and guarded by tontos, with some of the armed with guns.

“They not only interfered with enforcement work but also dared to threaten and point their pistols at the enforcement officers,” the report said.

With regard to illegal logging, it said the losses were based on the estimated value of the illegally-felled logs seized during ‘Ops Balak’ (Operation Timber) last year.

Throughout last year, 10 investigation papers were opened from 46 tip-offs received on corrupt practices related to illegal logging.

Some of the operations against illegal logging were carried out in Johor, Perak and Pahang including along the Simpang Pulai-Cameron Highlands Road, and in Kedah and Hulu Selangor.

In an enforcement operation at the Bintang Hijau Forest Reserve in Lenggong, Perak, the MACC found 800 logs worth RM250,00O and which were from illegally-felled trees.

In another operation at the Tersang Forest Reserve in Raub, Pahang, it was discovered that the stolen logs were sold to buyers at RM2,500 each.

In an operation in Kedah, the MACC arrested the South Kedah District Forestry director, an officer and two forest rangers for asking for bribes from a timber businessman.

The report said illegal logging not only caused heavy revenue loss but could also destroy the habitats and their eco-systems, besides threatening the lot of the Orang Asli who depended on jungle produce for a living. — BERNAMA

Bribery not only will make our country lose out in monetary terms but also the corrupt officers can be bought to do whatever dirty bidding of their paymasters.

Not only the sand theft and illegal logging will destroy the natural resources, but will also effect the people living nearby those areas.

Hundreds of millions of ringgit worth of sand shipped off to Singapore island

JOHOR BARU: After a hiatus of several months, sand thieves have returned with a vengeance to continue mining sand worth hundreds of millions of ringgit which is shipped off to Singapore.

The sandmen have expanded their activity along Sungai Johor, ignoring a national ban on the export of sand and despite a clampdown by the authorities last year.

Starprobe recently followed the trail of the illegal activity, which started from a jetty in Kota Tinggi, Johor, to Ulu Tiram, about 20km away, before the sand was loaded on to lorries after the washing process was completed.

A tug boat (top picture) on the Sungai Johor pulling a barge loaded with sand. On the left are two dredging ships. Above: Sand being loaded on to lorries by excavators at one of the collection areas in Pulau Punggol Timor in Singapore. — M. RAJAN / The Star

The sand is transported to several barges, each with a capacity of up to 4,000 tonnes. Some of the barges and tugboats were registered in Singapore.

Taken from The Star

Those motherfuckers who are involved with sand theft should also be investigated and arrested a.s.a.p.

I want to know what are the authorities are doing when these cases had been exposed over and over again in the media, but it is still rampant???

Are those officers sleeping on the job or they themselves are receiving some kind of pay from those sand thieves?

If they are doing their jobs, surely those motherfuckers who sold the sand to Singapore will be caught and put in jail for being traitors of this nation.

I bet some local gangsters are involved in this case because none of them are being caught or charged.

The majority of the people will not respect the law enforcement agencies because these cases are rampant and no action seems to be taken.

So, are these people on the payroll of these criminals? If not, why is there no legal action taken by them towards those criminals?

Those who received and gives bribes should be charged under the most harsh laws to give example to others not to do it.