Tuesday, April 17, 2012

The Security Offences (Special Measures) Bill 2012 to replace ISA 1960

The Internal Security Act 1960 (ISA) is a preventive detention law in force in Malaysia. The legislation was enacted after Malaysia gained independence from Britain in 1957. The ISA allows for detention without trial or criminal charges under limited, legally defined circumstances.

Preventive detention was first implemented in Malaya by the British in 1948 to combat the armed insurgency of the Malayan Communist Party during the Malayan Emergency. The Emergency Regulations Ordinance 1948 was enacted by the British High Commissioner Sir Edward Gent.

Section 73(1) Internal Security Act 1960: "Any police officer may without warrant arrest and detain pending enquiries any person in respect of whom he has reason to believe that there are grounds which would justify his detention under section 8; and that he has acted or is about to act or is likely to act in any manner prejudicial to the security of Malaysia or any part thereof or to maintenance of essential services therein or to the economic life thereof."

Section 8 ISA: Power to order detention or restriction of persons. "(i) If the Minister is satisfied that the detention of any person is necessary with a view to preventing him from acting in any manner prejudicial to the security of Malaysia or any part thereof or to the maintenance of essential services therein or the economic life thereof, he may make an order (hereinafter referred to as a detention order) directing that that person be detained for any period not exceeding two years."

Section 8(1) theoretically restricts detention to a period not exceeding two years but this limit is readily circumvented because under Section 8(7), the duration of the detention order may be extended indefinitely in increments of up to two years The extension of the detention order may be made on the same grounds as those on which the original order was based or on different grounds. In delivering the judgment of the Court, Steve L.K. Shim CJ (Sabah & Sarawak) in Kerajaan Malaysia & 2 Ors. v Nasharuddin bin Nasir (2003) 6 AMR 497 at page 506, ruled that the powers extended to the Home Minister are valid under the Malaysian Constitution. In addition, preventive detention is also now allowed by the Dangerous Drugs (Special Preventive Measures) Act 1985 and the Emergency (Public Order and Prevention of Crime) Ordinance 1969. The Human Rights Commission of Malaysia (SUHAKAM) has recently recommended that the ISA be repealed and replaced by new comprehensive legislation that, while taking a tough stand on threats to national security (including terrorism), does not violate basic human rights.

A detenu can make representations against his/her detention if an order of detention has been made against the detenu by the Minister under Section 8(1) of the ISA but under Section 73 however, the detenu seems to have no such right. Generally, the attitude of the Malaysian courts in respect of detention under Section 73 is that the courts have jurisdiction only in regard to any question on compliance with the procedural requirements of the ISA and they seldom grant any substantive rights to the detenu.

Article 151 of the Malaysian Constitution gives to any person detained without trial (under the special powers against subversion) certain administrative rights. By the terms of Article 151 the authority, on whose order a person is detained, shall, as soon as may be, inform the detainee of the grounds of detention and the allegations of fact on which the order is based. The detainee shall also be given an opportunity within three months, of making representations against the order to an Advisory Board . The Advisory Board as the name implies is not a court. Its determinations are also mere recommendations that the government is under no obligation to accept. It may also be handicapped in its deliberations by the discretionary power of the government to withhold facts, the disclosure of which would, in the executive’s opinion be against national interest.

Any person may be detained by the police for up to 60 days without trial for an act which allegedly threatens the security of the country or any part thereof. After 60 days, one may be further detained for a period of two years each, to be approved by the Minister of Home Affairs, thus permitting indefinite detention without trial. In 1989, the powers of the Minister under the legislation was made immune to judicial review by virtue of amendments to the Act, only allowing the courts to examine and review technical matters pertaining to the ISA arrest.

Yesterday, Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Abdul Razak had tabled the second reading of the Security Offences (Special Measures) Bill 2012 which will replace the 52-year-old Internal Security Act 1960 (ISA) in the Dewan Rakyat.

The new bill will replace the unpopular ISA and at the same time recognise the grave risks to internal security and public order from threats like terrorism, sabotage and espionage.

However the new bill will still hold the three principles which will be retained in any evolution of the new legal framework dealing with seditious acts or words :

- can create hatred, contempt or disaffection towards the Yang di-Pertuan Agong or any of the rulers;
- can promote feelings of ill-will and hostility between the different races in the country;
- question any matter, right, status, position, privilege, sovereignty or prerogative established or protected by the provisions of Part III of the Federal Constitution or Articles 151, 153 and 181 of the Federal Constitution.

Any peace loving Malaysians will love the ISA or the new bill which will later replace ISA because we have nothing against the government.

Only people who have mala fide towards the government will feel threatened by the bill which is to safe-guard the security of the majority.

Monday, April 16, 2012

Don't Ask For PTPTN Loan If You Are Unclever

The PTPTN Education Loan Scheme was set up with the aim of providing education loans to students pursuing their studies in local institutions of higher learning (IPT). This loan will enable students to fully or partially pay their fees and their subsistence for the duration of their study in the IPT. Thus, this scheme provides greater opportunities to students to continue their tertiary education.

The scope of the PTPTN education loan facility is open to students pursuing studies at the diploma, first degree, master, doctorate and professional courses levels in IPTs established under the following acts:

Universities and Universities Colleges Act 1971

Institut Teknologi MARA Act 1976

Private Higher Education Institutions Act 1996

Education Act 1996

Starting March 1st, 2007, students pursuing long distance or part-time studies in IPT's at the diploma, first degree, master, doctorate and professional courses levels are eligible to receive PTPTN education loan.

The education financing will be approved if the applicant fullfills the conditions and specified requirement.

Second financing will only be considered if the application meets the following conditions:

Meets the requirements and method of financing applications;
Students who received education financing for prior studies but failed to complete their studies or received other forms of sponsorship may apply for a second financing upon full settlement of the previous financing;
Students who received education financing and successfully completed their prior studies may apply for financing to continue their education to a higher level. Application for the same level of education will not be considered;
Second financing is subject to availability of funds; and
Financing period approved will be effective from the current semester. i.e. when the complete application received by PTPTN..

The financng offer is valid for only 90 days from the date of approval. The agreement documents need to be completed and returned to PTPTN within the validity period, otherwise the offer will be revoked.

The agreement document will be deemed completed only if it is affixed with a revenue stamp. Please ensure that two revenue stamps worth RM10 each are provided.

The offer will be revoked or withdrawn in the event of error/mistake in the offer or falsification of information.

Hence those who joined in the illegal rally should repay the loan in full as soon as possible since they are all for free education.

Tun Dr Mahathir put it in the best way possible when he said that the loan is to help those who are unable to pay for good education or to help the poor.

Therefore, if the students who joined in the illegal rally to demand for the abolishment of PTPTN, they should just reject the loan if they feel like they can pay for the fees on their own accord.

Moreover, it is quite perplexing that the same person who initiated PTPTN when he was in government, namely DSAI, is the same person instigating students to go against it now.

I am sure he is trully mentally unstable.

Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Reject Zionism and Communism

There was an announcement for a peaceful demonstration last night, on the 27th of March 2012 at 8 p.m. in Ampang to shun DSAI's presence in Ampang.

The peaceful demonstration started at UMNO Ampang and ended at Tupai-Tupai Restaurant.

This proves that the younger generation still accepts UMNO and rejects the Zionism and communism propogated by PKR, DAP and PAS.

Only fools will join Ambiga in Bersih and Seksualiti Merdeka because this is a blatant act to promote hedonisme and liberalism under the guise of human rights.

I think this had something to do with DSAI's bullshitting in Ampang last night.

An article by Beruang Biru

RADIO Kedah yesterday aired an interview with PKR's MP from Sungai Petani Johari Abdul who claimed that Pakatan Rakyat could still maintain its power in Kedah, even without votes from the Indians.

The statement showed how arrogant and proud Johari Abdul is with the current power of PKR in Kedah that he looked down on the capabilities of Indian voters and their contributions towards the development of the state.

We all know that Kedah is one of the states that would come back to Barisan Nasional, not because of BN's power, but it is due to the failure of both PAS and Pakatan Rakyat in keeping a good record, to be compared to BN during the previous years.

They sure did talk a lot, but nothing was ever done as everyone were fighting to be the Chief Minister.

Back when they were the opposition, sure, they could say just about anything. But when they do became the government, then they knew how hard it is to run a state.

Even if there is any 'contribution' that is worth remembering made by PAS in Kedah, rakyat could have thanked them with the constant flash floods due to rampant forest clearing (especially timbers) in Kedah since PAS took over.

Even though we knew that the statement made by Johari Abdul was triggered by his rage over Padang Srai's MP, N. Gobalakrishnan who announced that he quits from PKR in the previous year, but it is not wise for him to inflict his rage over the Indian community in Kedah.

Even a single votes would make a lot of difference during an election at that area.

Johari Abdul did realize that his case along with the trio, Datuk T during the case of the sex clip that involves Anwar Ibrahim, his image was slightly scratched, for supporting Anwar that is. He may seemed 'loyal', but he is quite sneaky behind Anwar.

This is why the value of Johari Abdul from being nominated as a candidate for MP for the coming General Election has decreased. He is aware of that, so that is why he is making statements that could put damage over PKR from both the inside and the outside.

But, it is sad that the Indian community became part of the subject for him to sabotage PKR.

Indians from the state of Kedah should consider the statement made by Johari Abdul to evaluate on who should they choose during the coming GE. It is sad if they are looked down by the ruling party when the fact is, the Indians play such big role in this nation, and this of course, include Kedah as well - even if their population at the state is small.

Monday, March 26, 2012

Tun Dr Mahathir Answers Nik Aziz Part 2

Tun Dr Mahathir Answers Nik Aziz Part 1


An article by Beruang Biru

Writer is a little puzzled on why would DAP highly object on the establishment of the committee that evaluates the development of Lynas Advance Material Plant (LAMP) in Balik, Pahang.

The Parliament is a place where representatives of people make their arguments, would there be any other place that is suitable for rakyat to voice out where they agree or disagree on the plant if its not the Parliament.

What they did was that they fill up people in a bus to Kuantan, then they went around saying that rakyat does not agree with Lynas. Could the number truly justify the opinion of Malaysians as a whole? Unless if it was done in the Parliament, then we might have agreed to that.

Writer are aware that DAP is afraid that the truth on Lynas had been spread among rakyat. This may have occurred due to the tons of lies that thy had made on Lynas. It is now time for people to really know the truth, and it is the time to reveal the man behind these lies to the public.

To simplify things, DAP's disagreement represents the pact of rare earth developers in their forefathers' country that felt threatened with Lynas. This is the group that has been controlling the market all these while and they are scared that they might lose their business. With Lynas coming up, the decided to use DAP as their agent in Malaysia to put a stop in the matter.

Do not get confused, this is not about market competition. Th rare earth product that Lynas would bring is a lot more expensive to be compared to the price that the country who monopolize the business has been offering all these while. Also, the quality and its effect on natural surroundings are a lot heavier on Lynas's side, making it easy to penetrate the European market.

What they have been feeding us is that as if Lynas would devastate the environment etc. That is just a way to put people away from their real motive.

If it is radioactive, has radiation and nuclear, Fuziah Salleh might have just as well made an objection towards the nuclear plant owned by Nuklear Malaysia in Bangi. Coincidently, Fuziah is just temporarily resides in Pahang, Now that is the real nuclear plant, Lynas is not even a nuclear plant, it is just a chemical plant.

Why Fuziah did not make any demonstration or Perhimpunan Hijau at that place?

It is because she does not know anything, she was only used by the chauvinist party, DAP. Without a doubt, the issue is not really about the environment, it is more to protect their 'country''s business in the Mainland. We are still yet to talk about the support that is given by PAS's MP from Hulu Langat, YB Dr. Che Rosli who is also a nuclear expert on Lynas in Malaysia.

Not BN, but even PAS had joined to say no to their lies by providing facts, not rhetorical things.

People, DAP is not even the government yet, or even a part of the Malaysian government. But they had start to become a tool for foreign nations to sabotage our own economy. Just imagin what would happen if they were to rule the country. The issue is a lot bigger than their racist attitude. Fuziah Salleh and Khalid Samad only sees money and power that they are open to be used by DAP.

That is why writer was told yesterday, the ones who make most objections in the Parliament are DAP MPs. Why? Refer above.

Wednesday, March 21, 2012

DAP's Godfather Showing His True Power

An Article By Beruang Biru

Karpal Singh really went all out today after DAP's Disciplinary Board took the decision to free P. Ramasamy from the charge of breaking party's discipline.

The reaction seemed odd because last December, he himself wanted to bring his case with P. Ramasamy to the board to be settled.

"After having tongue wars with DAP's General Secretary, P. Ramasamy, its National Chairman, Karpal Singh said, he prefers that the crisis to be channeled internally.

- Malaysiakini, 29 December 2011 -

But, when the decision did not really go his way, he seemed really unsatisfied.

Maybe it is the culture that justice would only be justified through Karpal's way. If it does not go his way, he would go around saying that he is the Godfather and that he is the one who fights for justice.

The war between Karpal and Ramasamy is actually a sequel that came from the small protest that was made by the Indians on Karpal Singh & DAP that has been going on for quite some time and it is seen as something that they use for their political interest.

When he obtain the power, the sacrifice mad by Indians were then made fun of.

Since his argument with Ramasamy broke, quite a number of Indian DAP leaders and members were fired due to their business with Karpal Singh.

This include the recent case of the drop of four DAP members who joined the Hindu Finance Board and the State Board of Appeal.

In the matter, Bernama reported that Karpal Singh confirmed that four of DAP leaders had took the decision to drop four party members, who were appointed by Ramasamy who is also the Second Deputy Chief Minister of Penang, from the Hindu Finance Board and the State Board of Appeal within the coming period.

- Malaysiakini, 18 March 2012 -

Just with some little critic, he dug on just about anyone who supported P. Ramasamy and brought them out of the picture.

Even back then, when there was an open protest about Lim Kit Siang's dictatorship that was organized by Wee Cho Keong, many DAP leaders became victims of Lim Kit Siang's wrath.

Everything was done to protect their position in DAP.

Lim Kit Siang was with his own agenda which is to retain his 'dynasty' in DAP and so is Karpal in putting his 'kids' as the party's centre leaders.

DAP who was going about fighting about the freedom of speech and the freedom of expression somehow turn to a party of his family members which can only be followed by loyal followers.

Sunday, March 18, 2012

Stories about bread and vultures

Coop 1M set to be a success

CHEAPER: 'No brand' products rake in RM1.8 million in nationwide sales

KOTA KINABALU: THE distribution of Coop 1M products -- cheaper household items without a brand launched in late October last year -- has raked in RM1.8 million in nationwide sales.

Domestic Trade, Cooperatives and Consumerism Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob yesterday said the 30 initial products introduced under the concept had grown to 38 products, with a target of 100 products by June.

Coop 1M is a range of daily household items produced by local cooperatives and small and medium enterprises (SMEs), which are then packed and distributed by Felda Trading Sdn Bhd.

It is an effort by the Malaysian Cooperative Commission to reduce the people's burden by providing products that are 30 to 50 per cent cheaper than existing brands without compromising on quality.

Ismail said the ministry planned to expand the range to at least 150 products by year-end.

"We plan to have all grocers and marts selling these products so it reaches the people in all areas.

"That is why we are also in discussions with certain parties to transport these subsidised goods to rural areas and to also bring such Coop 1M products to the more remote areas in Sabah."

Ismail said priority would also be given to suppliers in Sabah, which would be a boost to local SMEs.

It will also be logistically cheaper," he said.

"In fact, we plan to source for more more Sabah SMEs to supply new products," he said at the launch of a Coop 1M distribution centre in Kota Kinabalu. Ismail also launched a Khidmat Mart retail shop transformation programme in Taman Khidmat here.

New Straits Times, 18th March 2012

I only hope that Coop 1M products will not suffer a could be sabotage just like what Mydin Hypermarket in Subang Jaya could be suffering when their hypermarket suddenly caught fire.

Read more about it here.

I cannot stop wondering if that is just a coincidence or another sabotage by unknown quarters who could be feeling threatened by the existence of KR1M which is currently run by Mydin Mohamed Holdings Bhd?

Besides, there are some kind e mail which had been circulating THIS.

Well for starters, that e mail had been passed on to the Chinese who could be feeling threatened when a booming Malay business is threatening theirs.

Just like what NFCorp is doing to help uphold the economic status of the Malay farmers when their satellite farming programme becomes successful.

However, surely other non-Bumiputera farmers could be feeling threatened by the existence of this new programme launched by the government and undertaken by NFCorp that they will do whatever it takes to bring it down thus helping themselves to gain more in the market.

The global market for value for trade in halal food and non-food products is estimated at US$2.1 trillion annually. So, just imagine if NFCorp could only capture just 10% of the total market for both the local and international market which could mean they will be the competitor for the others foreign and local beef producers which may not be that 'halal and toyyiban' because the non-Muslims are in that market.

If NFCorp falls, then hooray for those vultures who are eying the facilities which had been prepared by NFCorp. They won't have to spend a dime to prepare the facilities because it is already there to be taken over!

Luckily there are some businessmen who are close friends of the owner of NFCorp from the Middle East who seems quite interested to put in some capital to help NFCorp continue with its business since other Malay Muslims seems so keen in seeing NFCorp fall flat to its face and rejoicing in it.

Alhamdulillah! And BOO to those people who are also Malay Muslim but wants to sabotage a Malay Muslim business.

Tuesday, March 13, 2012

A post by one contributor called Beruang Biru

Lynas: Selangor Sepatutnya Sudah Jadi Chernobyl Sekarang Kalau Teori Fuziah Diguna Pakai

ISU pokok yang menjadi punca bantahan Pakatan Rakyat dalam isu Lynas Corporation ini ialah kesan radiasi dan radioaktif yang kononnya dihasil dan dibebaskan oleh kilang tersebut ke persekitaran setempat. Walaupun telah berbuih dibuktikan bahawa Lynas hanyalah sebuah kilang biasa, bukan kilang nuklear tapi pembohongan itu tetap dimain-mainkan berulang kali sehingga ada juga segelintir rakyat yang termakan dengan hasutan tidak berasas itu.

Kalau pun benar Lynas menghasilkan sisa radioaktif yang setaraf dengan sisa nuklear yang biasa dihasilkan loji-loji penjanaan kuasa Nuklear di dunia, kerajaan Malaysia pimpinan BN sebenarnya telah mempunyai deretan rekod yang panjang dalam menguruskan soal sisa nuklear ini.

Kewujudan reaktor nuklear milik Nuklear Malaysia di Bangi sejak tahun 70-an adalah bukti kepada kejayaan kerajaan BN ini. Setakat ini tidak ada seorang kakitangan atau penduduk setempat yang terjejas dengan kesan sampingan yang disebabkan oleh radiasi nuklear seperti yang menjadi tajuk bantahan Pakatan Rakyat terhadap kerajaan dalam isu Lynas.

JIka Pakatan Rakyat benar-benar prihatin dengan masalah kesihatan dan pencemaran ekosistem penduduk setempat, mereka seharusnya telah mengambil tindakan menutup loji Nuklear di Bangi itu sebelum menjuarai isu Lynas di Pahang. Barulah boleh dikatakan mereka ikhlas dalam menjuarai isu ini demi alam sekitar bukan faktor ekonomi.

Tapi mereka tidak melakukannya kerana mereka tahu loji tersebut tidak membahayakan sesiapa sejak mula dibina hingga sekarang.

Fuziah Salleh sebagai ahli Parlimen Kuantan dari PKR juga seharusnya menujukan salakannya terhadap Lynas ini kepada kerajaan Selangor terlebih dahulu, itupun jika benar-benar dia seorang yang ada intergriti dan tidak membantah isu Lynas ini semata-mata kerana kepentingan politik Pakatan Rakyat semata-mata.

Selain loji Nuklear di Bangi, sebuah kilang magnet nadir bumi, Shin Etsu Sdn Bhd juga di Selangor turut terlibat dalam soal pemprosesan bahan dari nadir bumi untuk produk keluarannya sejak 90-an lagi. Kenapa kerajaan Selangor sekarang dan Fuziah sendiri tidak membantah kewujudun kilang tersebut? Adakah kerana ia akan menjejaskan ekonomi Selangor dan pendapatan rakyat Selangor yang akhirnya akan membawa kepada tumbangnya Pakatan Rakyat di Selangor?

Soal ia didirikan oleh atau pada zaman kerajaan Barisan Nasional, itu bukan isu utama. Soal alam sekitar ini (jika benar mengancam masyarakat setempat) bukan ditentukan oleh pihak mana yang membina. Yang penting kalau kerajaan semasa berpendirian produk nadir bumi ini adalah produk radioaktif dan beradiasi, maka mereka harus mengambil keputusan menutupnya.

Apatah lagi yang jelas hasil radioaktif Nuklear di Bangi itu.

Fakta yang penulis dedahkan di atas membuktikan bahawa bantahan Pakatan Rakyat ke atas pembinaan kilang Lynas ini bukan atas sebab alasan kesihatan atau alam sekitar. Sebaliknya ia berkenaan dengan ekonomi negara asal kaum yang paling kuat menentang projek pembinaan Lynas ini. Penulis tidak mahu menyatakan disini kaum yang mana satu tapi jenguk-jenguklah sekitar Himpunan Hijau 2.0 yang berlangsung pada hujung Februari yang lepas, kaum mana yang paling ramai menyertainya.

Friday, March 9, 2012

NFCorp denies buying commercial properties in Bangsar

PETALING JAYA: The National Feedlot Corporation (NFCorp) has denied purchasing eight commercial properties in Bang-sar using a government soft loan as leverage.

In a two-paragraph statement, the company denied the allegations which were raised by the Opposition.

PKR director of strategy Rafizi Ramli had claimed that NFCorp executive chairman Datuk Seri Dr Mohamad Salleh Ismail had used the funds to obtain loans for eight shoplot units in the new KL Eco City development in Jalan Bangsar.

In a press conference on Wednesday, Rafizi claimed that the shoplot units were worth a forced-sale value of RM9.69mil.

Women, Family and Com-munity Development Minister Datuk Seri Shahrizat Abdul Jalil, who is Dr Mohamad Salleh’s wife, had stated that she was not involved in the KL Eco City project.

NFCorp has been embroiled in controversy after it was revealed that a RM250mil soft loan given by the Government for a national cattle-rearing project was used for unrelated activities.

The Star, 9 March 2012

I am sure that there is a mala fide in the premature accusations on the part of Rafizi, the PKR director of strategy who surely will find nothing good about what is being done by either the government or anyone who succeeded in getting the government project in an effort to produce local 'halal' beef for the 'halal hub' for both the local and international market.

Surely what is being done by National Feedlot Corporation (NFCorp) is threatening to both the non-Bumiputera and the overseas beef supplier who might see a drastic decrease of number of beef marketed by them if NFCorp could be able to produce 'halal' beef by the Bumiputera farmers since what NFCorp is doing is suppossedly to help the Bumiputera farmers by providing them the facilities to do that in the future.

Some quarters namely the non-Bumiputera and the foreign supplier from overseas are becoming agitated by the presence of NFCorp which had gotten their contract from our Ministry of Agriculture.

Hence, if NFCorp were to fail in their bid to uphold the true mission and vision of the establishment of NFCorp which is to To Lead, Structure, and Transform The Malaysian Cattle Industry Into A World Class Halal Beef Producer, the facilities of the farm and the abattoir will be handed over with much ease to those who have self-interest to see this project fail which could mean they could get the facilities freely without having to spend any cent.

I am sure that some quarters that have some secret liasson with Anwar Ibrahim would be so happy to see this project fail because if it fails, this could mean they could be getting a jackpot from the remaining facilities which could be given to someone else and this could mean another big chuck of commission which could be given to them by whoever is lucky enough to get the facilities if NFCorp were suddenly to be pronounced bancrupt from this fiasco which had been created not in a good intention.

The question I would like to pose is that from whom did Rafizi received his information because the police who is currently investigating this case and the MACC should called the person who had given him that information to ensure that the information is not being made up like some science fiction story just to put NFCorp in the spotlight.

An eye for an eye

Teacher gets 18 years' jail for pupil's death

ALOR STAR: A religious teacher was sentenced to 18 years' jail after he pleaded guilty to culpable homicide not amounting to murder of a 7-year-old pupil last year.

High Court Judicial Commissioner Mohd Zaki Abdul Wahab ordered the sentence against Hanif Mohd Ali, 28, to begin from the day he was detained.

Hanif, who was also a hostel warden, was initially charged under Section 302 of the Penal Code for murdering Saiful Syazani Saiful Sopfidee at the hostel of Sekolah Rendah Islam Al Furqan in Jejawi, Perlis, between 6pm and midnight on March 31, 2011.

Mohd Zaki reduced the charge to Section 304 (a) of the Penal Code for the same offence on Tuesday after he found that the prosecution had failed to establish a prima facie case against the accused under Section 302.

While entering his defence, Hanif pleaded guilty to the lesser charge which provided for a maximum 30 years' jail term upon conviction.

A post-mortem conducted on the victim showed that Saiful Syazani had succumbed to oxygen deficiency to the brain from intense compression to the neck.

A total of 25 witnesses were called to testify.

Deputy public prosecutors Noorin Badaruddin and Nadia Hanim Mohd Tajuddin prosecuted.

Counsels Ariff Azami Hussein, Azizul Shariman Mat Yusoff, Zulmi Sabri and Mohd Fikri Abdul Rahman appeared for Hanif.

New Straits Times, 7 March 2012

A teacher should controlled their emotions when dealing with school children who might not be as matured as they are.

And even though Saiful Syazani Saiful Sopfidee had been accused of stealing money from his classmates, the teacher should have INVESTIGATED the claims thoroughly by calling both sides, namely the accused and the accuser to get the real story since there is always two sides of the coins.

Moreover, the teacher should have been more responsible and called both families of the accused and the accuser to prevent this from occuring.

Therefore, the lame defence by Dari Sungai Derhaka is questionable because there are other civilised ways to settle this matter rather than tying up and beating up this 7-year-old pupil.

I am sure that maybe this teacher Hanif Mohd Ali does not acquire the proper teaching training or qualifications because surely a teacher should also be well-informed on how to investigate this thing without following his emotion but rather by using a disciplined method rather than resorting to tying up or beating the child senseless.

In Islam, if PAS really does want to implement HUDUD, surely you know there is this thing called an eye for an eye.

A life for another lost life! Anyone who kills should be punished by killing as well.

I am a bit perplexed at why criminals will want to cover up their faces after their sentences have been read out or when they are being brought out from the court.

If you are that bold enough to commit the crime without thinking first, why should you be ashamed of what you have done?


Tuesday, March 6, 2012

If you hate your son or daughter put them in PASTI

Warden ordered to enter defence over pupil's death

ALOR STAR: The High Court here yesterday ordered a hostel warden to enter his defence to a charge of causing the death of one of his pupils in Jejawi, Perlis, last year.

In making the order, judicial commissioner Mohd Zaki Abdul Wahab ruled that the prosecution had established a prima facie case against Hanif Mohd Ali, 28.

Hanif appeared calm when Zaki issued the order.

Hanif was initially charged with murdering Saiful Syazani Saiful Sopfidee, who was aged 7 then, at the hostel of SR Islam Al Furqan between 6pm and midnight on March 31 last year.

Zaki said the court found that the prosecution had failed to establish a prima facie case against the accused for murder at the end of the prosecution's case.

"However, based on statements from witnesses, the court is satisfied that the accused had caused an injury to the victim, leading to his death.

"This means the prosecution had instead established a prima facie case against the accused for culpable homicide not amounting to murder."

He said a post-mortem examination conducted on the victim showed that Saiful Syazani had succumbed to oxygen deficiency to the brain from intense compression to the neck.

A total of 25 witnesses were called to testify.

Deputy public prosecutors Noorin Badaruddin and Nadia Hanim Mohd Tajuddin prosecuted.

Counsels Ariff Azami Hussein, Azizul Shariman Mat Yusoff, Zulmi Sabri and Mohd Fikri Abdul Rahman appeared for Hanif.

Hanif will enter his defence today.

New Straits Times, 6th March 2012

For those people who only know how to give birth but don't know how to take care of their children, put your children in PASTI.

For those people who do not care about their children's safety that they will allow their underage children to go anywhere alone, put your children in PASTI.

For those people who only know how to satisfy their lust by raping their own flesh and blood, put your children in PASTI.

They will die much faster and go to heaven faster if you feel that they are a burden to you.

But it would be much better for the world if you do not get married or have any children.

Better still, don't get married and don't have children out of wedlock that you have to throw their fragile baby bodies in the dumpster or down from a 20 storey building.

Sunday, March 4, 2012

Local grads fall short of employers' expectations

KUALA LUMPUR ( March 4, 2012): Graduates emerging from the Malaysian education system are failing to meet the expectations of prospective employers due to a lack of critical thinking skills and poor communication.

This has resulted in employers having to provide additional training to fit them into their respective job scopes while many graduates have to accept employment that does not correspond with their qualifications.

Malaysian-based education, human resource and recruitment consultants feel there is a need for a sound foundation in critical thinking to be incorporated into the education system to prepare future generations for the employment market.

Manpower Staffing Services (M) Sdn Bhd country manager Sam Haggag said there is a distinct gap between what the Malaysian education system is producing and what employers are looking for.

"This has resulted in six out of 10 graduates from Malaysian universities taking as much as six months to find a job. The other 40 percent take even longer," said Haggag, whose company provides workforce solutions that include recruitment and training.

"Recruitment is a distinct challenge as the universities are churning out graduates who don't have the requisite skills to enter the workforce.

"From the manpower context, we find that seven out of 10 graduates who come to recruitment interviews fail the English [language] competency test set by our clients.

"The lack of proficiency in English limits their ability to communicate beyond the borders of Malaysia and this lowers their confidence and curtails their ability to add value in the workplace," he said in a statement.

Hong Leong Bank chief human resources officer Ramon Chelvarajasingam said many of the new graduates emerging from the Malaysian education system lack the critical thinking skills required to keep up in a world that is constantly changing and becoming increasingly competitive.

"New technologies and methodologies are forcing people to operate beyond their comfort zone. In our competitor nations, the young professionals are more advanced in critical thinking, innovation, thinking out of the box and have continuous development initiatives compared within Malaysia," he pointed out.

He added that today, most employers are looking for graduates with a high level of confidence who are exposed to niche areas outside of their academic studies.

"These new graduates won't give you textbook answers, but will, through their answers, display a global mindset and show understanding of moving trends in the world. Employers are usually prepared to pay a higher salary to get these 'global associates' onboard," Ramon said.

Prospect Consulting Sdn Bhd director Nina Adlan, who provides advisory services to educational institutions aiming to set up branch campuses in Malaysia, said she has observed 'a disconnect' between what graduates put down on their curriculum vitae and what they are like in reality.

"When we hire, we consider the way graduates converse and portray themselves to be more important than what's in the CV. What's the point in having good academic results when they can't communicate, can't conduct a proper conversation and have no confidence?" she said.

Haggag said one reason for the lack of confidence evident in young graduates is that educational institutions are not placing enough focus on equipping undergraduates with skills that will enable them to think out of the box and adapt to the demands of the working world.

"Among the reasons why those emerging from local education system do not meet employers' standards is the system itself. It is not dissimilar from that of the UK, which is teacher-centric and focuses on rote learning and swotting and places less emphasis on practical application. The system also focuses on individual achievement and less on team performance, so there aren't many opportunities for students to acquire interactive skills.

"It's the same in Malaysia, where the system is biased towards those who do well in exams, which is not necessarily the best way to gauge their employability," he added.

Ramon said education institutions need to create a 'learning environment' that combines an experiential approach and exposure to knowledge that extends beyond the scope of academic theory.

"Textbook stuff doesn't help them face the challenges of businesses that are constantly evolving. They need to be exposed to changing trends and behaviours, and to be taught skills like creativity, critical thinking, problem-solving and adaptability.

"They also need to be taught how to be globally aware, which is how to link what they learn to what is happening around the world," he said.

Nina said if Malaysia is to produce more employable graduates with creative and problem-solving skills, all parties involved in education should work together to create a culture that places a high value on critical thinking and creativity to replace the current one which focuses on information transfer and academic results.

She pointed out that graduates who attend interviews more often than not are asked questions which require them to "think out of the box" which requires critical thinking ability.

An Internet check on the most frequently asked interview questions provides an insight into the "real world" out there.

With questions such as: What do you look for in a job? Why should we hire you? Define success at work? How do you feel that your education has prepared you for this job? to Why is a manhole cover round? Nina said the grounding, for the future generation to handle these and other questions and to be in a position to handle work situations without having to literally flip through a manual (if there is one), is to lay a strong foundation at the school level for them to be able to come up with strategies and solutions that can be unique and appropriate for each situation.

This, she insisted, would help pave the way to achieve Malaysia's quest to become a developed nation with the necessary manpower that would meet the industries' and the country's requirements. – Bernama

It's good that the PPSMI policy is being scrapped off to give way to 'Memartabatkan Bahasa Malaysia Dan Memperkukuhkan Penguasaan Bahasa Inggeris'(MBMMBI) so that the lay people out there will be worst in their proficiency in English.

Moreover, all the sons and daughters of all of the Pak Menteri's can be sent to overseas to study whatever they want in English.

Just leave the rest of us losers who don't have so much money to rot here and die.

Whatever it is, I support whatever policy that will make the Malays lose out more to the other races which can speak in their own mother tongue, as well as in Malay and English language.

Only the Malays will lose out if they can only converse in Malay and understand Malay.

This is because you will not understand a crap about what the non-Malays are saying about us in the English newspapers or their English blogs.

Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Anwar mushy mushy


Anwar is one mushy gay old fart. He can't make up his mind where he wants to be.

Today he's A, tomorrow he's B, in the near future he's C.

From Abim to UMNO to one eyed Illuminati, now he's openly supporting the 'Yahudi'.


He's a worst flip-flop than Pak Lah, the one who likes to sleep.

Can we trust this person Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim? I bet he will sell his own mother if he has the chance to do it.

He's the kind of person who likes sodomy but PAS is okay with butt fucking as long as they can get from him some funding.

Moreover, PAS allowed their members to fuck their wives in the butt. That's why they are in the unholy alliance with a sodomiser.

With DAP anything goes because they are communists who before independence have gone on a killing spree.

PAS and PKR are only stepping stones for DAP to rule Malaysia as the real Prime Minister.

That is why DAP is cooperating with those motherfucker.


Sunday, January 29, 2012

Will Prof Emeritus Tan Sri Khoo Kay Kim please stand up?

Mohd Khalid Hussin (left) and Duyung History and Malay Heritage Association member Mohd Hani Bok inspecting the lineage record which detailed names of Tun Perak’s descendants
'Hang Tuah was my forefather'

Mohd Khalid Husin claims he is a descendant of legendary warrior Hang Tuah

KUALA LUMPUR : THE saying "do not anger your ancestors" carries extra weight for Mohd Khalid Husin as one of his distant forefathers was none other than the legendary warrior, Hang Tuah , or so he claims.
Khalid, 50, claimed that he and with his relatives were the descendants of Tun Perak, who was Hang Tuah's father-in-law.

"My late grandmother told me when I was a boy that our family was descendants from these historical figures."

Khalid, who lived in the same village as Hang Tuah (Kampung Duyung), said it was through word of mouth that the knowledge of his family's lineage was preserved.

He claimed that after Malacca had fallen to the Portuguese in 1511, the immediate family members of high-ranking officials, such as Bendahara Tun Perak and Hang Tuah, fled to avoid persecution.

"The Portuguese soldiers would kill anyone they believed to be Hang Tuah's kin, including those who were affiliated with Tun Perak.

"Those who remained kept the memories of their forefathers alive through word of mouth."

Khalid's family had also kept a salasilah or a lineage record, which detailed their ancestors' names.

"There are almost 100 names on our salasilah, starting with Tun Sedang followed by Tun Kudu, Tun Perak and Tun Perpatih Puteh.

"My late grandmother's name is Haji Puteh," he told the New Straits Times yesterday.

Khalid claimed that the original salasilah was finally written down in document-form during the British colonial era, and that the one they had constantly updated was only a copy.

Khalid had also formed the Persatuan Sejarah dan Warisan Melayu Duyung, or Duyung History and Malay Heritage Association (Pesawad) in 2010, which he is the president of, in the hope to locate others who were also the descendants of Hang Tuah and Tun Perak.

"Hang Tuah was married and had children.

"After more than 500 years, there is bound to be a number of us scattered around the region."

He said he had met with the others from all over the country, including Selangor, Johor and Singapore, adding that sometimes if the "connection was strong" between a seemingly distant relative, the sensation from a mere handshake was enough to convince him that the other person was also a blood kin.

He also alleged that some of his cousins and extended family members had kept heirlooms -- trinkets and artifacts -- from the days of the Malaccan Sultanate.

"My cousin, who is also a descendant living in Singapore, has an old kris, which he said was passed from generation to generation after Tun Perak."

Khalid also said that his grandfather had a copy of an "original" Hikayat Hang Tuah (The Hang Tuah Epic).

"It was passed down from one generation to another, before my grandfather got his hands on it."

Khalid said that, however, his grandfather had given the artifact to his brother in 1936.

"The contents were written in Jawi and the book was very old."

When asked where was the book now, he claimed that his cousin had "given" the artifact to the National Archives because its condition was deteriorating.

Khalid said he had announced his claims to members of the public when he formed Pesawad, but, so far, no one had come forward to investigate or argue with him with regards to Hang Tuah's existence.

"I welcome historians or academics to come and study or debate my family's lineage."

The New Straits Times, 28th January 2012

I hope the loud mouthed Prof Emeritus Tan Sri Khoo Kay Kim will take up the challenge. Or is he afraid of the truth that might be revealed if he does take up the challenge?

Since he is so adamant that the whole thing is a myth, he should not be afraid to prove that it is a myth and not something real.

Any Malay historians or academicians willing to study Mohd Khalid Husin claims? This is your chance to prove that Prof Emeritus Tan Sri Khoo Kay Kim is wrong when he made statements that Hang Tuah is a myth.

Thursday, January 26, 2012

Certain quarters wants to damage the reputation of NFCorp

Audit was on the project, not NFCorp

KUALA LUMPUR: The Auditor-General said today the audit it conducted was on the National Feedlot Centre project, and not the company National Feedlot Corporation Sdn Bhd (NFCorp).

In a statement released on its website, Auditor-General Tan Sri Ambrin Buang also said nowhere in the report did it refer to the NFC as being "in a mess", adding that those words were used by other parties.

He also clarified that the audit analysis found that the objectives of the NFC were not fully realised due to several factors which have been explained in the Auditor-General's Report 2010. Among them, based on a implementation agreement signed in March 2010, the production target for NFC of 38,600 cattle for 2010 could not be achieved as the Entrepreneur Development Programme (EDP) which involves 130 satelite farm operators were yet to be implemented.

"If there are any elements of misappropriation in the implementation of the project, this should be revealed in the investigation of the authorities such as the Royal Malaysian Police and the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission," he said.

Highlights of the Auditor-General statement:

audit was on National Feedlot Centre's performance, not NFCorp the company

audit analysis found that NFCentre had not fully met its objectives

the Auditor-General's report did not meantion chaos, "in a mess" or misappropriation. These words were used by other parties and should not be attributed to the Auditor-General.

from an audit perspective, there were weaknesses in the project's implementation

the audit on NFCentre project was done in an independent and professional manner, without prejudice to any parties

Below is the full statement from the Auditor-General (in Bahasa):



Ekoran laporan media mengenai beberapa isu yang menghubungkaitkan Jabatan Audit Negara (JAN) dengan projek fidlot di Gemas, Jabatan Audit Negara ingin memberi penjelasan seperti berikut:

2. Perkara yang menjadi fokus utama pengauditan prestasi yang dijalankan oleh JAN ialah pencapaian projek Pusat Fidlot Nasional (PFN) sejak penubuhannya pada tahun 2006 dan bukannya National Feedlot Corporation Sdn. Bhd. (NFCorp.) sebagai sebuah syarikat. NFCorp. adalah syarikat yang berdaftar di bawah Suruhanjaya Syarikat Malaysia di mana Kementerian Kewangan Diperbadankan memegang satu golden share bernilai RM1.

Manakala modal berbayar berjumlah RM1.11 juta telah disumbangkan oleh Agroscience Industries Sdn. Bhd. Projek ini diaudit memandangkan ia penting dari segi pengeluaran makanan negara yang mana Kerajaan Malaysia telah memperuntukkan sejumlah wang yang besar berupa:

i) Peruntukan di bawah Kementerian Pertanian Dan Industri Asas Tani (KPIAT) berjumlah RM73.64 juta di bawah RMKe-9 bagi menampung kos pembangunan dan pengoperasian. Daripada peruntukan ini, sejumlah RM48.71 juta telah dibelanjakan setakat akhir tahun 2010 oleh KPIAT untuk menyediakan tapak seluas 5,000 ekar bagi projek ini. Kawasan ini kemudiannya dikurangkan kepada 2,000 ekar sahaja.

ii) Geran pelancaran untuk penyediaan infrastruktur berjumlah RM13 juta diluluskan kepada NFCorp. pada bulan September 2007 dan setakat akhir tahun 2010 sejumlah RM6.52 juta telah dibayar kepada NFCorp. untuk syarikat ini menyediakan infrastruktur seperti kandang dan jalan ladang.

iii) Pinjaman mudah (soft loan) juga telah diluluskan kepada NFCorp. yang berjumlah RM250 juta menerusi satu perjanjian pinjaman yang telah ditandatangani pada Disember 2007.

Setakat Mac 2010, sejumlah RM134.7 juta telah dikeluarkan kepada NFCorp. berdasarkan kepada tuntutan yang dibuat kepada Kementerian Kewangan.

3. Tujuan pengauditan dilaksanakan adalah untuk menilai sama ada projek PFN telah dirancang dan dilaksanakan dengan teratur dan berhemat serta mencapai objektif yang ditetapkan. Pengauditan ini
melibatkan semakan terhadap maklumat yang diperolehi daripada beberapa agensi Kerajaan seperti KPIAT, Kementerian Kewangan, Jabatan Perkhidmatan Veterinar dan juga daripada pegawai-pegawai NFCorp. semasa lawatan tapak dilakukan pada bulan Mac 2011. Berdasarkan analisis audit yang bersandarkan kepada maklumat tersebut, pemerhatian-pemerhatian audit telah dibuat secara bertulis untuk mendapatkan pengesahan dan maklum balas daripada pihak-pihak ini. Selain itu, perbincangan menerusi Exit Conference telah dibuat dengan wakil-wakil KPIAT sebagai Kementerian yang bertanggungjawab ke atas pelaksanaan projek ini sebelum laporan audit dimuktamadkan untuk dimuatkan ke dalam Laporan Ketua Audit Negara (LKAN) 2010.

4. Analisis audit mendapati objektif projek PFN masih belum dicapai sepenuhnya. Ini disebabkan berbagai faktor yang dihuraikan dalam LKAN 2010. Antaranya, mengikut perjanjian pelaksanaan yang ditandatangani pada bulan Mac 2010, sasaran pengeluaran PFN iaitu 38,600 ekor lembu untuk tahun 2010 belum dicapai kerana Entreprenuer Development Program (EDP) yang melibatkan 130 pengusaha ladang satelit belum dilaksanakan lagi.

5. Jika dibaca keseluruhan LKAN 2010 itu, tidak ada pun disebut perkataan-perkataan seperti kucar kacir, 'in a mess' atau pun penyelewengan. Perkataan-perkataan ini telah digunakan oleh pihak-pihak lain dan JAN tidak sepatutnya dipertanggungjawabkan. Pada pendapat JAN, sama ada terdapat unsur-unsur penyelewengan dalam pelaksanaan projek ini terpulanglah kepada penyiasatan pihak berkuasa seperti Polis Diraja Malaysia dan
Suruhanjaya Pencegahan Rasuah Malaysia.

6. Pada perspektif audit, sememangnya terdapat beberapa kelemahan dalam pelaksanaan projek ini. Jikalau tidak, mengapa pada bulan Mei 2009 (sebelum pengauditan dijalankan), Kerajaan perlu menangguhkan pelaksanaan PFN sehingga satu kajian viability and business model (model perniagaan) dijalankan bagi projek ini?. Perkara ini ada dinyatakan dalam LKAN 2010. Ianya membayangkan Kerajaan Malaysia sememangnya sedar akan
kelemahan-kelemahan dalam pelaksanaan projek ini dan telah pun mengambil tindakan untuk menentukan hala tuju projek ini.

7. JAN ingin menjelaskan bahawa pengauditan terhadap projek PFN ini telah dibuat secara bebas dan profesional tanpa sebarang prejudis kepada mana-mana pihak. Sebarang kenyataan yang mempertikaikan kewibawaan dan integriti juruaudit JAN adalah dikesali.

25 Januari 2012

That was the answer to the clarification asked by Datuk Mohamad Salleh Ismail, the chairman of The National Feedlot Corporation (NFCorp) in the New Straits Times dated 23rd January 2012.

NFCorp's Salleh wants Auditor-General to clarify

KUALA LUMPUR: The National Feedlot Corporation (NFCorp) said it was not the entity highlighted in the the Auditor-General's report.

Its chairman Datuk Mohamad Salleh Ismail, said there was a confusion between NFCorp and the National Feedlot Centre (NFC).

"It is the centre which is in a 'mess' and not the company I'm heading. My company is meeting the target," he said when contacted by the New Straits Times yesterday.

When asked why he had not clarified this earlier, Salleh said he had only realised that the two had been confused when investigations began on the centre and the company.

Salleh said he had written to Auditor-General's Department two weeks ago to highlight this matter.

"I hope they issue an official statement soon to clarify this.

"This matter has been going on for so long and various quarters have given their views, I just want this to be cleared."

Asked who owns the centre, Salleh said: "The centre is owned by the Ministry of Agriculture and Agro-based Industry."

Earlier, Salleh, who is the husband to Women, Family and Community Development Minister Datuk Seri Shahrizat Abdul Jalil, had called for a meeting with Perkasa and 11 other NGO's to brief them on the NFCorp.

Perkasa chief Datuk Ibrahim Ali said he was satisfied with the briefing given by Salleh and urged the Auditor-General to be fair to everyone by making a formal announcement on the matter.

He added that the Auditor-General's Department may have made a small mistake when preparing the national audit report as not all staff "were trained equally well".

"When they did the report, there were some elements that were accurate and some not so accurate because of weaknesses of the officers."

However, Ibrahim stressed that he was not taking sides and that he would leave it to the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) and the police to carry out a proper investigation into NFCorp's finances.

He added that Perkasa will stand by the results of the probe by authorities, pointing out that it was the group's responsibility to fight abuse of power and corruption.

On Friday, it was reported that, the Attorney-General's Chambers had returned the investigation papers on the NFCorp to the police.

In confirming the matter, its head of prosecution, Tun Abdul Majid Tun Hamzah, said it wanted the police to investigate the case further.

"The police had delivered the report to us on Tuesday, but we have since returned the papers," Majid had told the New Straits Times.

The police had, on Monday, completed their investigation after recording 54 statements, including those from NFC.

The controversy surrounding NFC started after the 2010 Auditor-General's Report described the project as "messy" and had failed to meet government targets.

NFC is the meat-valley project in Gemas, Negri Sembilan, aimed at increasing the production of meat and reducing dependency on import for such products.

The New Straits Times, 23rd January 2012

I am sure that there is a mala fide in part of Lim Kit Siang's [click here] part in this scandal since he seems to be adamant to express his views in the worst possible scenario as if DAP is the most clean party on the face of this Earth.....

The simplest way to say this is that this is a sabotage by the DAP or the foreign beef exporters to ensure the failure of the Farm Beef Valley because this is one of the way that the Muslims can do to ensure that the beef market can be penetrated by the Muslims.

Surely those infidels who have been in control of the market for such a long time is feeling the pressure when there is a competition from a Bumiputera company which will break their hold on the market.

Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Provocation to create another riot

Report lodged over attack at ABU talk

KUALA LUMPUR (Jan 24, 2012): The Anything But Umno (ABU) movement lodged a police report today over an atack by a group of youth during a talk in Klang on Saturday.

The attack occured at the Shah Alam City Council hall at Jalan Kebun leaving a 33-year-old member of the Hindu Rights Action Force (Hindraf) badly injured. Hindraf was the co-organiser of the event.

The attack was also captured on video by those present.

Solidariti Anak Muda Malaysia chief Badrul Hisham Shaharin, lodged the police report at noon at the Dang Wangi police station here.

He told reporters later that the police should investigate the incident and determine who were the culprits behind the attack.

Badrul Hisham, who is better known as Chegubard said members of the movement had spotted several of the attackers having a friendly chat with the police after the incident.

He claimed he had information that those behind the violence were Umno members.

"We are lodging the police report here because we have lost faith in Klang police who appeared to have done nothing to nab the attackers. We are confident the higher level in the police will look into this matter seriously. We are also taking this up with Suhakam today," he said.

Hindraf national coordinator W.Sambulingam said he was not shocked by the attack as his group had constantly faced such aggression from uniformed or plainclothes police personnel and other agent provocateurs.

"The video footages are evidence and the people can determine for themselves who are the aggressors when we hold such talks and gatherings. We do not condone violence." he added

Also present at the police station was ABU coordinator Haris Ibrahim and PSM secretary- general S Arutchelvan.

It is learnt that the report lodged by Badrul will be handed over to Selangor police for investigations.

From The Sun Daily

The truth behind the story is that there was a provocation from Hindraf members during Maghrib prayers time where they were on purpose were making lots of noises and were flying Hindraf's flag.

This is actually just a challenge by Badrul Hisham who may have mala fide towards the police to bad mouth the police when he in a matter of fact was instigating the Hindraf members to provoke the kampung folks so that there will be a racial clash there.

Malaysia is an Islamic country not an Indian country so if you want to make a ruckus whenever the hell that you want, I suggest you get out of Malaysia and go back to INDIA.

We are better off without the KELINGS here making noises whenever you have your own festivities. Can you be like the Indians in India where they kill each other? It's better if you KELINGs kill each other.

In fact, we Muslims never make any ruckus during any Indian festivities so just respect as as we had done so to you.

Unless, if you think you want to die, just do it. We the Malays have been patient for a long time.

I hate KELING. Can you KELING just go back to the hell hole where you came from if you are determine to create chaos in this country?

KELING are so great that they will fuck their own mother and daughter and can cause accident by just walking instead of driving. Go and drink some todi and stay drunk. That is the best advice that I can give to the KELINGs.

Sunday, January 22, 2012

Does Hang Tuah Exist?

Archaeologist defends Hang Tuah's existence

KUALA LUMPUR Jan 20 — An archaeologist today defended the existence of Hang Tuah, pointing out that although no specific studies had been done on the matter, he was convinced that the legendary warrior was not a mythical figure.

Malaysian Archaeologists Association president Prof Emeritus Datuk Dr Nik Hassan Shuhaimi Nik Abdul Rahman said studies concerning the warrior and his four peers could still proceed despite the views that Hang Tuah might be a mythical figure.

"I believe that he existed but we can”t be sure of the era; if we look at the Hang Tuah tales, he existed during the era of a sultanate. The name ”Hang” does indeed exist in the Malay world.

"However, further studies on his four peers (Hang Jebat, Hang Kasturi, Hang Lekir and Hang Lekiu) maybe needed. The name ”Hang” exists in Padang Lawas Sumatra, Indonesia.” He said that although there had been no specific studies carried out on the matter, indirect ones indicated that the warrior did indeed exist.

"And then there is also the Hang Tuan tomb. We can”t deny that it is not.

Although there is no specific name written on it, it is from the 15th century,” he told reporters at a convention on the Malay cultural roots here today.

Historian Prof Emeritus Tan Sri Khoo Kay Kim had previously said that Hang Tuah might be mythical and that there were no strong evidence to proof the warrior”s existence.

Dr Nik Hassan said DNA tests on the remains in the tomb might prove to be difficult due to religious sensitivities.

"This is a Muslim tomb. We don”t want to disturb this tomb because there may be sensitivities involved in terms of religion. We can perform tests on pre-historic findings,” he said.


The above statement was issued in contrast due to a related statement given by Prof Emeritus Tan Sri Khoo Kay Kim in The Star dated 16th January 2012 [Click here], 17th January 2012 [Click here], 18th January 2012 [Click here] and 19th January 2012 [Click here].

I am unsure of whom to believe in the above rebutting statements but if you go and visit Malacca and search for historical [click here] places there, you will find it possible to find Hang Li Po well, the grave of Hang Tuah, the grave of Hang Jebat, the grave of Hang Kasturi and the grave of Tun Teja amongst other many historical places as well.

Therefore, how can one say that those figures are mythical figures and are not real? Futhermore, Hang Tuah is even mentioned in Sejarah Melayu although it was deemed 'Hikayat Hang Tuah' or the story of Hang Tuah.

So to conclude, I think I believe what I can see because I can see the well and the graves of the so-called mythical figure rather than what is being propogated by the good Prof because everybody will be opposing to something all the time even though there are proof of the existence of the said myths.

What is the opinion of my beloved readers? I am sure you have a thing or two to say about this matter...