Monday, September 28, 2009

Nizar, With a friend like him, I do not need an enemy.....

"With a friend like him, I do not need an enemy"

This's how Teng Chang Kim blasted Hassan Ali, the Selangor Pas Commissioner. I cannot find any excuse to disagree with  Teng. Please do not forget UMNO has spent million rinngit to train up Hassan Ali(Not I say.....DR.M said onelah ) and at the end he has betrayed UMNO by jumping to PAS......

If he can betray UMNO , I cannot find any reason why he will not repeat the betrayal act again.....

Sad about Malaysia yo yo I have long get used to it alredi....

Sunday, September 27, 2009

Wah even open house also want to fight.......

Jokes of the day.......

While the age of  Mahathir and Badawi might add up approximately 200, they are still fighting openly like a small child.....

Look at their Hari Raya open house schedule.....Mahathir is from 10.30am to 4.30 pm while Pak Lah is from 11.00 am to 5.00 pm.....ha ha so coincident?

I also pity Najib lah need to attend the ex boss lunch twice a that how to keep fit ?

mahathir open house 260909 mahathir najib

Saturday, September 26, 2009

Even Malays want to emigrate — Karim Raslan

SEPT 26 — Last week I received a call from an old friend. She was agitated because her daughter had decided to apply for permanent residency abroad.
I can still remember the call. She had started talking almost as soon as I answered the phone: “Karim, I can’t stop her this time. She’s old enough to sign all the forms for herself. I’m upset but there’s nothing I can do. She is adamant, she says things are only getting worse and that there’s no future for her here.”
What the mother didn’t say, but I could sense it from her tone, was the fact that she no longer had the confidence or courage to persuade her daughter otherwise. She in effect had agreed with her daughter’s choice and given the events of the past few months, can anyone blame them?
Moreover, unlike in the late 90s when I found myself fielding countless calls from non-Malay friends talking about emigration, this was one of the first from a Malay counterpart — someone from the Bumiputera middle class who’d benefited enormously over the past few decades from the government’s largesse. I should add that those with daughters appeared to be the most concerned.
However, a slew of landmark cases have rattled the Malay middle class. The list is long — the part-time model Kartika’s impending caning for drinking a beer, the bizarre decision (which was subsequently reversed) to bar Muslims from an upcoming Black Eyed Peas concert and the cow’s head demonstration in Shah Alam are just a handful.
With each incident, the lines between private and public morality, race and religion have become increasingly blurred and indeed, hotly contested.
As we settle into the Hari Raya festivities — spending time with friends and families, it’s clear that many are beginning to feel a sense of deep discomfort with the mounting tensions within the Malay community.
To my mind, the biggest losers in all this are the Malays themselves or rather ourselves. As politicians seek to stake a claim to the Malay vote they define the community in ever narrower and more exclusive terms — a series of dead-ends where your Malay-ness bars you from doing or being different things.
Furthermore, the politicisation of Malay identity — the basis of political power in Malaysia — means that all Malays, whether or not they’re directly involved in politics are feeling the “heat.”
At the same time, Umno’s insistence on attacking the Pakatan on this terrain (hence relinquishing the multiracial ground to the Opposition, it would seem) has left many middle class, professional Malays feeling increasingly exposed and uncomfortable.
For them (and that includes myself) the broader, more cosmopolitan multiracial appeals — such as the Prime Minister Najib Razak’s 1 Malaysia — allow for a greater degree of flexibility in terms of lifestyle and personal choice.
To be frank, the Malay middle class have been complicit in this situation. Over the past decades most have drifted away from active engagement in politics. In short, we’ve always thought that politics is too dirty and corrupt for us — that public service is something that those who can’t get good jobs spend their time doing.
Instead, we live our lives totally separate and apart from party politics — rarely meeting with Umno, PAS or PKR activists. We’ve been more focused on our families and our careers. This has allowed others have set the agenda politically.
Nonetheless, we’ve started to view Umno with alarm, seeing party members as rowdy, corrupt, ill-disciplined and greedy. We also worry at the current unrepentant tone and the way “winning at all costs” has supplanted any other higher aspirations.
At the same time PAS’ antics in Selangor in particular remind us of what the Ulama-led party is capable of when the opportunity arises. The constant pressure to take the moral high-ground, neglecting more serious governance and social issues reveals the conservative faction of PAS’ narrow-minded bigotry at its very worst.
So where does that leave the Malay middle class? Well we’re nowhere. We are lost and we are without a voice.
There is no doubt that we want PAS’ uncompromising attitude to corruption. Indeed, there are moments when we can’t help thinking that maybe — just maybe — Syariah penalties would be a good deterrent for high-level white-collar crime?
Moreover, we admire PAS’ commitment to openness and transparency. At the same time the party seems to be manned by so many clever and well-educated professionals.
However, when it comes to social and moral issues (as in Selangor) the party’s stance is worryingly extreme and at times downright frightening.
The Malay middle class is caught in a no-win situation. We desperately want Umno to clean up their act, to reform and repent but this seems increasingly unlikely. At the same time Anwar Ibrahim has all but disappeared from view and PAS is seeking to dominate the Pakatan’s social policies.
Is it any wonder that some Malays — some of best and brightest — are starting to vote with their feet? — mysinchew

Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Nizar !!!!!!!!so close yet so far........

When everyone thought that Ong Tee Kiat and Chua Soi Lek would meet up when they attended Hari Raya gathering hosted by Muhyddin Yassin...........However the photo below speaks louder than words...... 

Definetly all eyes will be on them again on 10.10.2009 when the MCA's EGM supposed to be held.....

(Photo courtesy of Oriental Daily)

Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Nizar!!!!!!! Promise remain as a Promise

Baru Bian

" We can feel proud to send a doctor to the moon, but never been able to provide basic medical service to a people staying in  Sarawak remote area...."

"Although we have a tallest buildings in the world,  our government still fail to provide  basic necessity to orang asli in Sarawak ........"

"  While we are proud with Proton, but transport system in Sarawak is still very much under developed ..."

"Our ancestor were promised that life will be improved, equal education opportunities, equal wealth distribution among the states, however after 46 years, promise remain a promise...."

 PKR deputy secretary-general Baru Bian   speech in the 16.09 celebration organised  by Selangor Government

For Better or for Worse Happy Birthday Malaysia

Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Nizar, UMNO Sakit Otak

There has been rumour in the past few days created by UMNO bloggers that 3 PKR adun have gone missing and will leave the party. However , 3 Adun have come out and quashed the rumours. Listen what the 3 Adun have to say about the rumours as reported in TV Antara Selangor's  .....

“Ini semua kenyataan orang sakit otak dan kenyataan yang dibuat semata-mata untuk mengelirukan penyokong dan menimbulkan rasa syak kepada kalangan sahabat-sahabat dalam Pakatan. Sepanjang beberapa hari yang lepas SMS mengatakan saya hilang, saya  katakan saya sibuk dengan program-program di Batu Caves.
“Saya nafikan benda-benda seperti itu kerana tiada sebab saya hendak hilang dan tiada sebab saya hendak lari”
      ADUN Batu Caves Amirudin Shari


"Bukan saya itu perkara bodoh, mereka kata sahaja dan membuat huru hara. Mereka kata akan ambil alih Selangor tapi saya rasa mereka langsung tidak boleh ambil. Yang mereka kacau dan timbulkan beberapa isu antaranya isu perkauman yang hendak dimulakan ini semua taktik politik kotor Umno.
“Saya bukannya hendak keluar dari parti ini saya dari MIC masuk ke dalam parti ini saya telah hapuskan semua dari memori saya. Saya tidak mahu sampai saya mati pun saya tidak mahu masuk campur dengan mereka”
          ADUN Bukit Melawati M. Muthiah

Tidak pernah ada orang berjumpa dengan saya semua ini khabar angin. Semalam kami ada mesyuarat negeri semua ada.
“Percaya kepada kerajaan negeri Selangor bahawa memang stabil memang tak ada seperti yang diwar-warkan oleh pihak BN dan semua ADUN berdiri teguh bersama Tan Sri (Abdul Khalid Ibrahim),”
“Tidak pernah, saya 100 peratus. Sejak reformasi lagi kita telah bersama dan kita akan teruskan reformasi sampai seluruh di reformkan,”

           ADUN Kajang Lee Kim Sin  

Monday, September 14, 2009

Nizar, Atonement from Mahathir ?

"Ada orang politik yang berpendapat jika dapat jadi presiden parti maka kemenangan mereka dalam pilihanraya terjamin.
Justeru itu mereka ini berusaha untuk menentukan kemenangan mereka melalui penyingkiran ahli yang tidak menyokong mereka, mengguna wang untuk membeli sokongan atau mengguna apa-apa kuasa yang ada pada mereka untuk menyogok, menjanji sesuatu kepada yang akan menyokong atau mengugut.
Hasilnya mereka menang dalam parti. Tetapi rakyat memerhati segala tindak-tanduk pemimpin dan ahli seperti ini. Apabila rakyat lihat perjuangan parti bukan lagi untuk rakyat; apabila mereka lihat rasuah dan ugutan yang menentukan kepimpinan, maka kepercayaan kepada parti dan pemimpinnya akan terhakis dan mungkin hilang lenyap.
Rakyat tidak dapat membuat apa-apa, terutama apabila mulut rakyat tertutup. Demikian juga ahli parti. Tetapi apabila pilihanraya umum diadakan maka rakyat sebagai pengundi akan nyatakan kekecewaan mereka.
Inilah yang telah berlaku pada Pilihanraya Umum ke-12, 2008."
           " Makan Suap" by Mahathir Mohamad 14.09.2009

Wow sound familiar.....? is it an atonement by Mahathir ? It was an open secret that under his era money politics was rampant, under his era, four of his assistants were either sacked or replaced.......So do you believe that this is an old man's confession and he has already "insaf"  ?

Ai yo lah ......he is referring to Samy not believe? read the news below  and you will get the answer what Mahathir meant....

14 th Sept 2009 .......Now Kampung Buah Pala is only in our memory........

(Photo Courtesy of Kwong Wah)

Najib , it is not up to you to decide

“I want to tell Datuk Najib… yes or not, can or cannot, it is not for you to decide on Selangor but the people. They can use the police, MACC, judges, media – Utusan Malaysia, TV3, but you can fool some of the people all the time, you can fool all of the  people some of the time but you cannot fool all Selangorians all the time ,”
Anwar slammed Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak for wanting to topple the Selangor state government in a special visit yesterday to the Port Klang state constituency .

Sunday, September 13, 2009

Ai yo yo........

"Our PM will not  reject any request made by the Indian community"

" Sure Sure....Muhyddin, please arrange more cow head for them, this is what  we good at"

Thursday, September 10, 2009

Nizar, Mirzan Mahathir appointed director on San Miguel

After 308, UMNO members have acted like a real champion of Islam in Selangor when they criticise Pakatan Rakyat for beer issues...Let's listen what UMNO have to say when one of their member become a director in a food and beverage company mainly related to "alcoholic " products

Mirzan Mahathir appointed director on San Miguel Corp board

KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 10 — Mirzan Mahathir, the eldest son of Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad was recently appointed to the board of San Miguel Corp, the biggest food and beverage conglomerate in the Philippines and the owner of San Miguel Brewery Inc.

San Miguel Corp told the Philippines stock exchange last week about Mirzan’s appointment which is to represent the interests of Q-Tech Alliance Holdings Inc on the board.

Q-Tech, a Manila-based investment company in which Mirzan has a stake in, recently acquired a 19.9 per cent share in San Miguel Corp for 39.61 billion pesos (RM2.9 billion).

It bought the stake from Japan’s Kirin Holdings, which used the funds to help finance the acquisition of a 43 per cent stake in San Miguel Brewery Inc.

With this latest corporate exercise, San Miguel Corp still maintains a 51 per cent stake in San Miguel Brewery Inc.

San Miguel Brewery controls 95 per cent of the Philippine beer market. The company has made San Miguel Beer for more than a century. The beer is brewed in the Philippines, China, Indonesia, Vietnam, Thailand and Malaysia, and is sold in 60 markets worldwide, according to the company’s Web site.

San Miguel Corp has been selling its food and beverage assets since 2007 to expand into the mining, infrastructure and property industries.

Mirzan’s involvement in the deal, while a sound investment decision, has raised some eyebrows among Malaysia’s conservative Muslim community.

Since news of Q-Tech’s acquisition of San Miguel Corp shares began circulating here, a number of news blogs have used it to attack Dr Mahathir’s Muslim credentials.

Mirzan’s corporate forays have not been without controversy.

He once controlled Konsortium Perkapalan Bhd when Dr Mahathir was prime minister, but was forced to sell its shipping assets to Malaysia International Shipping Corporation (MISC), in what critics said then was a bailout.

Wednesday, September 9, 2009

09.09.2009 A day to be remembered

Newly wed couples pose at a photo session during a mass wedding ceremony at the Thean Hou temple in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Wednesday, Sept. 9, 2009. The 200 newly wed couples tie their knot on the special date 09.09.09, which is a lucky and popular wedding date. The word for 'nine' in Chinese sounds similar to the word which means 'forever'.(AP Photo/Vincent Thian)
Newly wed couples wait for a photo session during a mass wedding ...
Newly wed couples pose at a photo session during the mass wedding ...

New couples kiss during the mass wedding ceremony at Thean Hou temple in Kuala Lumpur, capital of Malaysia, Sept. 9, 2009. Some 500 couples got married on the auspicious date 09.09.09 here on Wednesday. In Chinese, the number 9 has the same pronunciation as "everlasting" which makes people believe that the number ensures longevity and everlasting love.(Xinhua/Chong Voon Chung)

A new couple exchange rings the mass wedding ceremony at Thean Hou temple in Kuala Lumpur, capital of Malaysia, Sept. 9, 2009.(Xinhua/Chong Voon Chung)

New couple Vence Tan (front, R) and Michelle Tiong (front,L) pose for photos during the mass wedding ceremony at Thean Hou temple in Kuala Lumpur, capital of Malaysia, Sept. 9, 2009.(Xinhua/Chong Voon Chung)

A new couple poses for photo after the mass wedding ceremony at Thean Hou temple in Kuala Lumpur, capital of Malaysia, Sept. 9, 2009.(Xinhua/Chong Voon Chung)

Tuesday, September 8, 2009

Bolehland ranking is all time low.......

Stock Photo of Economic Crisis Recession 3D Graphic Royalty Free

While Najib and Muhyddin Yassin seem preoccupying with extraneous issues i.e. from one by election to another by election, busy in power grabbing from Perak state and now Selangor state, they have totally ignorant about the country's competitiveness. According to the World Economic Forum’s Global Competitiveness Report for 2009-2010 released today, Malaysia's competitiveness has dropped further from 17th to 43rd position.

Security which was of particular concern in Malaysia with its ranking dropped 25 levels to 85th. According to the business community, the potential of terrorism (ranked 97th) and crime (ranked 95th) both imposed significant business costs. Can you imagine that our IGP 's contract still can be extended when our crime ranking has tumbled to all time low?

What does these statistic tell us? While our neighbouring countries such as Singapore, Indonesia , Vietnam and Thailand have move forward (May be in Utusan Malaysia or NST tomorrow, Nazri will tell you that we are still better than Myanmar and please do not compare with Singapore as Singapore is not a country) and become foreign investors' favourite destination, we have no way to catch up with them if current administration still busy politicking.

The sad thing is that our UMNO warlord has not waked up......even after 308!!!!!!!!!!!

Read below for Bernama's report.....

SINGAPORE, Sept 8 — Malaysia’s global competitiveness ranking dropped three positions to 24, according to the World Economic Forum’s Global Competitiveness Report for 2009-2010 released today.

The drop essentially was the result of a much poorer assessment of its institutional framework, said the report, which was released ahead of WEF’s annual meeting of the New Champions 2009 in Dalian, China.

The report said every indicator in the area had been exhibiting a downward trend since 2007, causing Malaysia to tumble from 17th to 43rd position in this dimension in just two years.

Switzerland topped the overall ranking of 133 economies, with the US fell one place to second position, and Asia continued to feature prominently with Singapore at third and Japan at eighth, and Hong Kong, South Korea and Taiwan all in the top 20.

The report also said security was of particular concern in Malaysia with its ranking dropped 25 levels to 85th.

According to the business community, the potential of terrorism (ranked 97th) and crime (ranked 95th) both imposed significant business costs.

Also of concern was the budget deficit, which increased in 2008, amounting to almost five percent of Malaysia’s gross domestic product, it said.

However, Malaysia scored high in most other dimensions particularly in those factors at the top end of the value chain, namely business sophistication (ranked 24th) and innovation (also ranked 24th).

The report said expectations were high for Malaysia that averaged an impressive seven percent growth per year between 1990 and 2000 and a healthy five per cent since then.

Mirroring this economic success, Malaysia had featured prominently in the competitiveness rankings ever since its first inclusion in 1994, it said.

“Indeed, it remains the most competitive Stage 2 (efficiency-driven) Country,” it said.

It pointed that in order to maintain its competitive edge, Malaysia now needed to prepare its conversion into a knowledge-based, innovation-driven economy.

“Improving both the quantity and quality of higher education (ranked 41st) and boosting technological readiness (ranked 37th), particularly information and communication technology penetration, would serve this effort well,” it said. — Bernama

Monday, September 7, 2009

PAS 3 UMNO 0..........

Another interesting news appeared in The Malaysian Insider today.....

Mustafa Ali menang saman

KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 7 — Musim para pemimpin PAS menang saman nampaknya semakin ketara kebelakangan ini. Hari ini, Setiausaha Agung PAS, Datuk Mustafa Ali menang samannya ke atas kerajaan dan polis.

Kerajaan bersetuju untuk membayar kepada beliau sebanyak RM50,000 sebagai gantirugi kerana menahan beliau di bangunan Parlimen 11 Julai tahun 2007 lalu.

Persetujuan itu dirakamkan di hadapan Hakim Mahkmah Tinggi, Hakim P.S. Nathan hari ini.

Mustafa mengemukakan saman kepada Ketua Polis Daerah Dang Wangi, Ketua Polis Negara dan Kerajaan Malaysia.

Mustafa yang datang ke Dewan Rakyat untuk mendengar perbahasan untuk menolak cadangan melanjutkan tempoh jawatan Pengerusi SPR, Tan Sri Rashid Abdul Rahman dan memorandum Bersih.

Beliau telah ditahan dan dibawa ke Balai Polis. Di sana beliau telah ditahan selama tiga jam setengah mulai jam 1 hingga 4.30 petang.

Sebelum Mustafa, Dr Hatta Ramli, Bendahari PAS Pusat juga menang samannya ke atas polis pada 26 Ogos lepas.

Hakim Mahkamah Tinggi Kuantan, Datuk Mariana Yahya memutuskan Dr Hatta tidak bersalah ketika ditahan oleh polis kerana memberikan satu ceramah di Bandar Muadzam, Pahang.

Pada 10 Jun 2004, sepasukan anggota polis diketuai Ketua Polis Daerah Rompin, Hanafi B. Haji Daud telah bertindak menangakap Hatta dan dua lagi rakannya semasa mengadakan ceramah di Markas PAS Bandar Muadzam Shah kerana mendakwa ceramah berkenaan tiada permit.

Ekoran penangkapan itu, ketiga tiga mereka telah dibawa ke lokap Bandar Muadzam Shah sebelum dipindahkan ke lokap Rompin dan ditahan selama 12 jam.

Mahkamah telah mengarahkan Timbalan Pendaftar membuat taksiran jumlah gantirugi yang perlu dibayar Ketua Polis Daerah Rompin yang menangkap beliau itu.

19 Ogos lalu, Datuk Mahfuz Omar, Naib Presiden PAS juga menang samannya ke atas Berita Harian. Mahkamah mengarahkan akhbar itu membayar RM150,000 kepada Mahfuz.

Mahfuz menyaman akhbar itu ekoran membuat laporan kononnya Mahfuz mengajak Datuk Shaziman Mansur (ketika itu timbalan menteri) bertumbuk.

Saman fitnah Mahfuz itu dibuat ekoran laporan muka hadapan akhbar Berita Harian, 9 November 2000 bertajuk “Mahfuz ajak wakil BN bertumbuk”.

Ketiga-tiga kes di atas diuruskan oleh Pengerusi Lajnah Undang-undang PAS, Mohamed Hanipa Maidin.

Penang UMNO Adun Jasmin Mohamad threatens to quit...

Just received latest tweet from Jeff4 Malaysia.........

  • Jeff4Malaysia Trouble brews in Umno Tasek Glugor & Pmtg Pauh. MITI Mustapa Mohamed warned Umno YB not to quit & force by-election.
  • Jeff4MalaysiaTrouble brews in Penang Umno. Sungai Dua ADUN Jasmin Mohamed threatened to resign for insufficient fund quota within Tasek Glugor division.
  • 32 branches in Permatang Pauh demand resignation of division chief Abd Jalil Abd Majid post-Pmtg Pasir
  • Umno Penang may suspend Permatang Pauh division by September 15. Branches want division chief Abd Jalil out.


Dato' Haji Jasmin Bin Mohamed


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Sunday, September 6, 2009

Nizar...inikah adat orang Melayu di bulan Puasa?

Extract from an article appear in Malaysia Today.....SATU LAGI PROJEK UMNO

The man with the tall songkok who carried the cow's head to the Selangor State Secretariat building threatens the Menteri Besar: "Hoi Khalid (Samad), kau duduk. Kau belum kenal aku siapa? Selepas ini, kau jangan turun Seksyen 23, kalau tidak, kau mati. Ini kawasan majoriti Melayu!"

"Woi, kaulah pengkhianat…pengkhianat agamalah pukimak!" cemuhnya.

Cemuhan itu disorak oleh beberapa individu lain yang dipercayai dari kenalan rapat Hj. Azmir.

"Aku tak nak dengar kau cakap. Duduk! Duduk YB bodoh! Duduk," cemuhnya.

"Hoi Khalid (Samad), kau duduk. Kau belum kenal aku siapa? Selepas ini, kau jangan turun Seksyen 23, kalau tidak, kau mati. Ini kawasan majoriti Melayu!"

"Bodoh punya wakil rakyat. Bodoh punya MB. Khalid (Ibrahim), kenapa kau cakap terketar-ketar. Kau gagap. Orang gagap tak boleh jadi MB (Menteri Besar)!" (Baca selanjutnya dalam posting Zainulfaqar Hj Yaacob 5/9/09 bertajuk "
Kepala Lembu: akhirnya selesai di MBSA". Video di sini.)

Watch the Video here.......

Watch the proof of the culprit is UMNO member

Saturday, September 5, 2009

Quote of the week.......Khir Toyo & Cow Head


“There was no religious significance in bringing the head. The cow is a stupid creature and they wanted to point out that the state government was being stupid.”

Khir Toyo 4th September 2009

Cow Head Protest...Who is the culprit?

Watch this culprit in the video below.......

Read below the Malaysiainsider twitter regarding Selangor Mentri Besat Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim held his series of dialogues with Section 23 residents this morning to resolve the issue of the relocation of a century-old temple from Section 19 to Section 23.

This minutes by minutes accounts show the true colour of the cow head protesters .... they just want to create havoc without showing sincerity to solve the issue.

The Cow head protesters even wanted to ban media from publishing their rude behaviour........

We know that who is behind , the same party who wants back Selangor State by hook or by crook

Enough is enough for Rakyat Selangor.....


  1. TEMPLE - 'Cow-head' protesters asking the panellists to bar the media from publishing today's meeting.
  2. TEMPLE - MB Khalid assures the crowd he will have a dialogue with them before making a decision.
  3. TEMPLE - MB Khalid asks crowd to stop discussing the issue, he will fimd a way to settle the issue without dividing the 2 communities.
  4. TEMPLE - Arguments break out, tensions rising as MB Khalid appeals for calm.
  5. TEMPLE - Crowd mocking an Indian, who said Indians can tolerate the 5 azans a day - causing scuffle to break out.
  6. TEMPLE - S23 Indian resident says he represents 43 families there & they want Hindu temple in S23.
  7. TEMPLE - MB Khalid says state will also find a solution to finding a new site for Hindu temple.
  8. TEMPLE - MB Khalid says PKNS must find a solution but crowd remains unhappy.
  9. TEMPLE - MB Khalid says state government will rethink their decision.
  10. TEMPLE - The crowd invoking name of the Selangor sultan, saying the state failed to listen to him about deciding the issue carefully.
  11. TEMPLE - MP Khalid explains options but crowd rejecting the proposals.
  12. TEMPLE - PKNS official says hoarding around temple site is to prevent trespass, no construction has started yet.
  13. TEMPLE - 'Cow-head' protesters accuse Rodziah of not getting feedback from them, as they shout "Tipu!"
  14. TEMPLE - Batu Tiga rep Rodziah is addressing the crowd now.
  15. TEMPLE - Same group of protesters keep disrupting the dialogue.
  16. TEMPLE - MP Khalid addresses the crowd.
  17. TEMPLE - A 'cow-head' protester takes off his shoe & shows it to MP Khalid.
  18. TEMPLE - A woman gets emotional, saying their rights are neglected & implied house prices will drop, crime rate will rise due to temple.
  19. TEMPLE - 'Cow-head' protesters now mocking Batu Tiga rep Rodziah Ismail.
  20. TEMPLE - Tense situation eases as MBSA enforcement officers step in to defuse confrontation.
  21. TEMPLE - Indian home owner now confronting a 'cow-head' protester in hall.
  22. TEMPLE - 'Cow-head' protesters now happy with MP Khalid's explanation.
  23. TEMPLE - Crowd saying no need for a Hindu temple.
  24. TEMPLE - 3rd man says Pakatan Rakyat victimising the residents. Shah Alam MP Khalid responds.
  25. TEMPLE - 'Cow-head' protesters now shouting racial & obscene slurs to Shah Alam MP Khalid.
  26. TEMPLE - 2nd man calls decision-makers stupid, causing disharmony among Malay & Indian neighbours.
  27. TEMPLE - Q & A. One man says he is not from Umno, wants the temple built in non-Muslim majority area.
  28. TEMPLE - MB Khalid presses on with Q & A session on temple relocation issue.
  29. TEMPLE - 'Cow-head' protesters get rowdier, standing on chairs & shouting.
  30. TEMPLE - MB Khalid appealing for calm but crowd ignoring him.
  31. TEMPLE - MBSA enforcement officers stepping in to keep crowd away from the hall podium.
  32. TEMPLE - Meeting turning rowdy with scuffles in hall, crowd asking Shah Alam MP Khalid Samad to get out.
  33. TEMPLE - MB Khalid telling the crowd that they all will have an opportunity to speak at townhall meeting.
  34. TEMPLE - MB Khalid appeals for calm.
  35. TEMPLE - 'Cow-head' protesters mocking MB Khalid as he addresses townhall meeting.
  36. TEMPLE - MB Khalid to speak but certain section of crowd shouting "Bodoh!"
  37. TEMPLE - 'Cow-head' protesters hijacking townhall meeting, refusing to listen to others.
  38. TEMPLE - 'Cow-head' protesters want temple relocation project cancelled.
  39. TEMPLE - Moderator asking them to be calm.
  40. TEMPLE - 'Cow-head' protesters say they never agreed to the temple, shouting "Penipu!"
  41. TEMPLE - More jeering as MB Khalid asks group to respect those who want to listen to briefing.
  42. TEMPLE - 'Cow-head' protesters shouting for Hindu temple to be relocated to MB Khalid Ibrahim's residence.
  43. TEMPLE - 'Cow-head' protesters continue shouting & jeering in townhall meeting.
  44. TEMPLE - 'Cow-head' protesters using any opportunity to disrupt townhall meeting.
  45. TEMPLE - 'Cow-head' protesters don't appear to care about briefing, mocking Shah Alam mayor Mazalan Md Noor, who explains issue's history.
  46. TEMPLE - 'Cow-head' protesters in the hall are getting restless as Shah Alam mayor speaks.
  47. TEMPLE - Shah Alam mayor addressing the crowd but certain section ask him to get to the point to start the dialogue.
  48. TEMPLE - Some 300 S23 residents in MBSA hall for temple townhall meeting, small group demonstrating their dislike for temple.
  49. TEMPLE - More shouting in the hall!
  50. TEMPLE - Some of the protesters had earlier intimidated a woman, chasing her out of hall when she couldn't say if she was a S23 resident.
  51. TEMPLE - Some of last week's protesters are in the MBSA hall, booing MB Khalid Ibrahim, Shah Alam MP Khalid Samad & Shah Alam mayor.
  52. TEMPLE - MBSA officials allow only 1 from each household, ensuring all are registered. Some shouting in the hall.

Wednesday, September 2, 2009

Keris Hishammudin, you thought Rakyat are idiot?

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Again and again , rakyat really piss off with the attitude of Big mouth Hishammudin Hussein who clearly thinks that we are idiot by saying that the organisers did not know that somebody was going to bring the cow head......

Mr. Big mouth, open your big eye and see who was the one stepping on the cow head?
Does it imply that the organiser can step on the cow head even though they claimed that they were not the one who brought the cow head?

Keris Hishammuddin also claimed that some one has thrown a pig head that covered with Umno flag in front of the Umno Building......Do you think that Umno especially Utusan Malaysia will not cook up the issue if it really happened?

Come on......Mr. Big Mouth, you can fool some people sometimes, but you can't fool all the people all the time....

Hisham defends cow-head protestors

By Asrul Hadi Abdullah Sani

PUTRAJAYA, Sept 2 – The Home Minister today defended and justified last Friday's cow-head demonstration after meeting with Malay-Muslim representatives of Shah Alam's Section 23 at his office here today.

Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Hussein pointed out that the residents felt victimized and had no intention to stir racial emotion.

“They are not getting off scot-free. They felt victimised and feel that there is another valid explanation on their part. There was no intention on their part to cause racial divide. They, the organisers, who are sitting left and right of me, didn’t even know that somebody was going to bring the head of the cow during that demonstration.” he said.

He added that the residents only wanted their voices to be heard but it was unfortunate that “the publicity they received was negative because it was linked with racial and religious sentiments.”

A group, claiming to be Muslim residents of Section 23 in Shah Alam, the new site of a Hindu temple, held a demonstration outside the Selangor state secretariat last Friday, dragging a severed cow-head, an animal sacred in Hinduism, which they stomped on and spat at under the gaze of the riot police.

The act was carried out by a group of 50 protestors who oppose the relocation of the Sri Mahamariamman Temple to Section 23 from Section 19, claiming the area is mainly occupied by Malay-Muslims.

The 150-year-old temple was built on a plantation which over the years was developed into housing estates by the Selangor Development Corporation (PKNS). No provisions were made to relocate the temple, which is now in the middle of a Muslim majority area.

Hishammuddin told reporters that the police allowed the demonstrators to proceed because the numbers of protestors were small.

“They said that they were very conscious and all that they wanted to do was to voice their unhappiness about the willingness of the state government to listen to their requests. I was told that even the Hindus there are not so passionate that it is built there (section 23),” he said.

Hishammuddin refuted claims that the protest was organised by Umno and said that the location allocated by the state government is not suitable because Section 23 is predominantly Malay.

However, a check last week showed the neighbourhood was multi-racial, with Indians making up more than a quarter of those who live there.

“If I wanted to use the issue to create chaos in Selangor, I can but we didn’t take such actions,” Hishammuddin said.

He tried to play down the cow-head incident by pointing out that there were previous incidents where a pig-head was used.

“I have it in my records to show there were cases where a pig-head was used by irresponsible parties including leaving the head in front of an Umno building covered by an Umno flag,” he said, but offered no details of such an act.

The Umno vice-president warned irresponsible parties not to provoke racial sentiments because it goes against the concept of 1 Malaysia.

Hishammuddin told reporters that the residents had met with Hindu Sangam two days ago and both parties will be releasing a media statement tomorrow.

“If it can be resolved quickly and can be done with both sides understanding each other ... why would we want to penalise anybody?” he said, suggesting he was not in favour of legal action to be taken against any of the protestors.