Saturday, May 19, 2012

The Bar Council: Give Them The Lee Kuan Yew's Remedy

This an article which I found to offer a very suitable and best solution to deal with the group of clowns who think that are powerful above the rest and supports illegal and violent rallies instead of upholding the law. No, not PT Barnum and Bailey Show, those clowns are entertaining, I am talking about the lawless Bar Council. The years have shown that are just bitches to the fact, it is so good to see that how the government and public always prefer not to pay too much attention to these mistresses of pakatan. Even many Muslim lawyers seem to stay away from them. I don't know why Bar Council has that illussion that the government and the public are afraid of them. Maybe the Malaysian public is afraid of their fees.

Anyway, here's the article from Hantulaut:

The Bar Council: Give Them The Lee Kuan Yew's Remedy
Hantu Laut

Yes! Start a new bar, academy of law or whatever, where lawyers are lawyers,  not loudmouth politically bias legal pariahs cooking the government's goose for the opposition.

It's as clear as day they are taking sides.

Start a new bar council or influence members of the bar to kick out the punkish committee, the progeny of that opposition mole Ambiga Sreenevasan.

Defender of freedom and the downtrodden, my foot!

This government wasn't born yesterday.Stop fooling the people that you are lawyers, you are not, your are uncouth lawyers and politicians.

Step into the ring if you want a fair fight.Don't shit on me under the protective cover of the Legal Profession Act

Yes! Give them the Lee Kuan Yew's remedy for their long suffering illness.

In 1988, Singapore Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew when debating the bill on the new Academy Of Law said it was his duty to put an end to politicking in professional bodies.

He said “If you want to politicise, you form your own party… you think you can be smarter than the government and outsmart it, well, if you win, you form the government. If I win, we have a new Law Society. It is as simple as that,”

Members of The Bar Council have lost  their impunity. They have shown complete indiscretion and abused of the Legal Profession Act.

Enough is enough! It's time to kick their arses!

It must be noted that I don't really agree on the part of kicking their asses. Maybe we should take the law book, study them properly, turn it up sideway, and cram it up their candied-asses...yes, yes, I know, they might enjoy it. That will be irnony with a capital I and a spike up their asses, dealing with Bar Council by using an act that they hate most by a country-island that they worship most.

Thursday, May 17, 2012

Bersih 3.0 - Suffering The Consequences of Their Own Actions

It all started with a dream: anwar thought bersih 3.0 will finally make him President of Malaysia, Azmin thought he and nurul izzah will be Vice President, along with guan eng. They thought they'll be having Roman orgies in Putrajaya, all sexual allegations thrown aside and serve their masters well...well, that did not happen. What bersih 3.0 brought was nothing but misery, first to Malaysians, and now to pakatan themselves.

It has been seen how the squabble between the actual bersih demonstrators have now voiced out vocally against anwar's hijacking (or at least that's what they thought) of the event by his paid rioters. Those who came to actually protest peacefully saw their lives rolling in front of their eyes when the sponsored demonstrators took over and rampaged through the area. The young independent film-maker did confront anwar (for full story, click here ), but as usual, when anwar finds himself unable to defend or justify anything, he ensure that the young man was manhandled away from the press conference.

The ambiguous ambiga did not fare better either. After "strangely" unable to control (again and as usual) her bersih 3.0 demonstrators from going berserk on cue, she has since never apologized or at least try to look sorry for the paid destruction bersih 3.0 made. Traders and small entrepreneurs who have long been angry with bersih organizers this time set up peaceful protests and there's even a burger stall set up in front of her home. (for story, click here ). With burgers, ambiga was also served buns by Army veterans today (for full story, click here ). So far, we haven't seen anwar with sausages and azmin with refreshing medical ice-cream.

Speaking of anwar and ambiguous...errr...ambiga, from the turmoil of anwar's press conference, it seems that: 1) Ambiga actually planned a peaceful demonstrations 2) anwar planned the riot 3) A miscommunication between anwar and ambiga almost cost the actual peaceful demonstrators their lives Really? It looks more like ambiga knows what anwar has been cooking all the while, but never bothered to tell her participants.

Still on the two pagliaccis, what about the so-called NGOs who supported the rally? It sounds grand when anwar and ambiga stated that 80 NGOs supported them, but really, why are 61 of them never existed? It's bad enough that bersih is funded by non-Malaysian groups who had more success in the Middle East, but a rally supported by non-existent groups too? (For full story and list, click here )

The bersih 3.o performance fiasco brought an almost forgotten individual back into the limelight. Tan Sri Rahim Noor, the former Police IGP, famous for giving anwar the black eye, called the decrepit n.ajis, pas' mursyidul am leader as Father of Infidels, or "Bapa Kafir." The statement was highly controversial, especially for devout pas worshippers who consider the statement as a sacrilege. For other Muslims who know n.ajis as just another politician disguised as an ulama, the statement was in a way, well, not very nice to say but accurate in many degrees. For a man who uses and manipulates Islam for his advantage in order to win polls just got what he deserved. Paying people in order to cause destruction and he branded the violent acts as halal? Praising a program sponsored by euro-jewish conspirators from the same piggy bank that was used to murder Palestinians and create chaos and deaths in other Muslim countries? Verily, n.ajis is a lost cause and a lost soul. We would suggest that he meet somebody like Sheikh Imran Hosein, but we know that n.ajis will claim that he's too pious for that.

Even the socialist dap was not spared from these ass-biting repercussions of bersih 3.0. The vocal protests from their own national Vice Chairman, YM Tunku Aziz Tunku Ibrahim was deemed too much by the socialists. The senator's term was not extended and the highly principled Tunku Aziz left dap with his dignity intact and the socialists in shambles.

Tunku Aziz joined dap in 2008 and was almost immediately appointed as Vice Chairman of the party in the same year. Of course, dap stated that it was the honor bestowed on Tunku although it was actually a bait trying to get Malays to join dap. Dap is no stranger to riots and unrests, as we have ready history, especially when it comes to the May 13th incident. Just like the communists who tried to enlist Malays to be in their godless and violent fight, dap tried to entice any Malays who are dimwitted enough to join their socialist group by placing a Malay at the top of their party. So, did dap take action on Tunku Aziz because he really spoke against the bersih rally or is it because Tunku Aziz was trying to stop fellow Muslim Malays from being jack-asses who had been played into the one-eyed game? We have seen in the past how dap always stayed at home everytime a demonstration erupts violently, where Muslims go against Muslims, Malays go against Malays. Dap would really love that. Tunku Aziz has parted way with dap(, and it seems that dap's mega-bucks cannot buy him now.

Pas is now waiting with bated breath as the Saudi government will decide on the pilgrimage quota for Malaysia. It all started when some yellow-brained pas members decide to bring Bersih rally to Mecca, hoping it will go viral. Well, somebody please give that twit something anti-viral, the Saudi government went ballistic as they have seen the destructive force of something similar to that in the countries around them, and truth to say, bringing a jewish-sponsored program to Mecca is never a good idea. If the Saudi government really reduces the quota, then pas and pakatan will be condemned by thousands upon thousands of eager pilgrim-to-be who might just see their chances of going to pilgrimage to Mecca being delayed, all of this because some chaps from a party who thought they are most Islamic ruin them all with some yellow shirt and jewish-sponsored ideology.

The bersih rally cry during Najib's visit was described as something very comical. My cousin e-mailed me on this matter, and I saw it on Youtube. It seemed that only 2 or 3 people try to sabotage the event with the bersih chant, but instead of the chant getting viral, Najib replied to them kindly, and this in short humuliated the few, and the majority of Malaysians there were so happy when the hecklers finally shut up. It seems that Malaysians there are still talking about the cool reaction of Najib, and those few bersih supporters are still extremely angry because nobody supported them.

So, what have been the benefits of bersih 3.0 to pakatan? Looks more like they had fire up in their asses, now ain't that a kick to their heads?

How would a rally which has been designed, strategized and funded by cronies of the one-eye benefit Malaysians when the same program in a different cover caused so much misery and death in other Islamic countries?

What's so Malaysian about bersih when the money for the program and participants come from outside of Malaysia?

How would Malaysians benefit from bersih when it made so much destruction on properties which have been paid for by Malaysians through their taxes?

Even when the program was taken abroad for viral reasons, it became pathetically insignificant, and even if it did, Malaysian Muslims who want to go on pilgrimage now are threatened with a reduction in quota because of it.

Malaysians have seen the violence and the terrible devastation brought upon by bersih 3.0, and I guess by now Malaysians really want to let anwar and his pakatan to feel the repercussions. Maybe it is ime for anwar and his pakatan to suffer the consequences of their own actions. On this, I remember my old Ustaz, who at one time said, "Evil intentions will only bring undesirable repercussions to one's self."

Too bad, Anwar. Maybe you'll need the one-eyed to send his army to make you President. 

Ambiga said, there'll be no Bersih 4...really, who believes her anyway? It's not her call anyway.

Tuesday, May 15, 2012

Madrasah Salihiah - What's With Azizan's Over Enthusiasm?

Does anybody know what is up with mb azizan? There has been so many voices of concerns about him, mostly even from pas members. I mean, here we are, at an age and health where so many devote so much of their time in prayers and repentence...well, unless if you are one of the yellow-wearing, yellow bellied anwar supporters...and here we have azizan adamant about tearing down the 100 plus year old Madrasah Salihiah and have Sony Ho transform the Waqf land which was meant for Islamic religious activities into a shopping center. Even azizan's stanchest supporters have kept themselves quiet, too afraid if they are asked.

In a time, since 2008, when many developers from Kedah complaint that the state government is not promoting property development, it was a shocking move when azizan decided to create a joint venture, PKNK with a Penang-based company, Belleview overnight, to develop several chunks of prime state lands, making it one of the most massive property development in Alor Setar in years. As can be seen in the image below, the areas lined in yellow are the areas which are to be developed by Belleview. It is easy to recognize the areas: they are gated with zinc gates with the name of Belleview and ABAI spray-painted on many parts of them.

The blue square is where Madrasah Salihiah is located. Looking at the size of the development to be done by PKNK-Belleview, what is it about the Waqf land where the Madrasah Salihiah stands that azizan and sony ho feverishly wanted to take so much?

Alor Setar, and in fact, the whole state of Kedah has no shortage of developers, but many of them question of deciding on Sony Ho over them. Perhaps azizan finds Kedah developers too much of a small fry.

Many Kedahans wonder why it was so important for azizan to get rid of the surau and is it so important to have a shopping complex built over a Waqf land? We have seen pas, through their misguided exco and spin-dogs try their best to tarnish the image of the surau, such as, it's an insurance office, no jama'ah has ever been conducted there, the surau is not proper etc etc, but they failed miserably to dispute the fact that the Waqf land status remain as it has always been, no matter how much dirt they try to pile on. I mean, this is not a pas headquarters where filth sticks around all the time, this is a Waqf land.

Perhaps it is just azizan trying to have his way as usual? Azizan has always been known to be hard-headed in doing things his way. It's always his way or no way at all. It has never been a secret that the Kedah exco members loathe their own MB: they usually make themselves scarce after exco meetings and any functions that require their presence with azizan. In fact, it has been a weekly gag of Wisma Darulaman staffs betting amongst themselves on "sapa kena tembak" (who got screamed at) during the exco meeting of the day. Phahrolrazi and Amiruddin have been the only two exco members loyal and thick-skinned enough to withstand azizan's choleric tantrum. Then again, many have heard phahrolrazi and amiruddin complaining as, to azizan, his words are the law, no questions asked. He will not listen to your advice, only his own. If you question his decision/advice/ruling, be prepared for the biggest, skin-peeling, sweat squeezing, stomach turning dressing down ever. You think his outburst during the post Banjir Kedah 2010 was bad? Wait till join his exco. Well, on this, we must say that at least Kedah did not end up like Perak's pakatan government where you have Nga and Ngeh of DAP playing power through their dummy from pas, nizar.

But really, why would somebody like azizan  get so engrossed and striving so hard to demolish Madrasah Salihiah? We understand that Azizan's many decisions have earned the ire of fellow pakatan members. In fact, anwar spent so much time conspiring to get rid of azizan ever since day one of his MB tenureship. His lack of priority of giving million-dollar projects to fellow pakatan members have resulted in many quarters chanting about digging azizan's grave, his defence on the College and University Act almost destroyed pas Kedah from within. This time, however, on his obsession to demolish Madrasah Salihiah, pas quietly follows behind him. Of course, to some people, it is obvious why.

With that much enthusiasm, especially with the statement saying that the demolition might be done even while the courts are still discussing about it, azizan sounds like he'll be in the front row, cheering and clapping while watching the surau being demolished on the Waqf land.

Sunday, May 13, 2012

The One-Eyed Factor Behind Anwar - Saying What Has Been Said

There were times over and over again when we tried to inform people of these shadowy movements lurking behind anwar ibrahim and his so-called reformasi movement, but for that, we were branded as madmen, doom-sayers, lunatics and list goes on and on.

Today, by the grace of God, Malaysians have finally seen or at least, sensed the existence of this unsavoury existence of the one-eyed element manifesting within anwar's actions.

On the shadowy elements behind anwar and his so-called movements, check out the article below:

The foreign factor on April 28
By M. VEERA PANDIYAN, The Star, 10 May 12

Bersih’s peaceful supporters have the right to know the nexus between the ‘free and fair’ polls movement, the Pakatan Rakyat leader and foreign financial and political backers.

SOMETIMES, knowing too many people can be painful, especially when they try to draw you into political discussions in the most unlikely of places.

As a rule, I have always refrained from talking politics in restaurants or pubs but these days, it’s become a guideline that’s hard to keep.

It appears that, recently, almost everyone has become an expert on politics – even those who had never bothered to vote before, despite being in their 40s and 50s.

The problem with these new political pundits is that they want to convert you to their side and refuse to listen to alternate viewpoints.

There is no doubt that the April 28 Bersih 3.0 protest has created more such people besides widening the gap between supporters of Barisan Nasional and Pakatan Rakyat.

The rally, the biggest that the country has seen so far, is also significant because most of those who turned up did so in peace, seeking free and fair elections.

Understandably, this group is upset that Opposition politicians hijacked the rally which turned ugly in the end.

A new website – – says in its introduction: “We are angry. Why?

Because Bersih should be an NGO by the people, for the people of all races, areas and political views.

“But in Bersih 3.0, some Pakatan Rakyat bosses took advantage of our noble cause for their own political interests and benefit!”

The website has a clip of a heated exchange between independent filmmaker Benji Lim and Pakatan Rakyat’s Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim over the hijacking of the rally.

It also has a petition titled “Time to stop Pakatan Rakyat hijacking our movement”, and urges visitors to e-mail Ambiga on the issue.

Perhaps, the peaceful people and those behind the website should take a closer look at allegations that bigger forces are behind the movement.

Tony Cartalucci of the Land Destroyer Report website, for example, says that Bersih’s leadership is being supported financially and politically by foreign organisations.

He cited a Malaysian Insider report on June 27, 2011 in which the Bersih leader admitted receiving money from two US organisations – the National Democratic Institute (NDI) and George Soros’ Open Society Institute (OSI) – for projects which she stressed were unrelated to the July 9 Bersih 2.0 march.

However, he wrote that the NDI website revealed that funding and training had indeed been provided before the organisation removed the information and replaced it with a more benign version, purged entirely of any mention of Bersih.

He said the NDI’s rushed obfuscation of any ties to the movement suggested “something more sinister at play”.

“That Anwar himself was Chair-man of the Development Committee of the World Bank and International Monetary Fund (IMF) in 1998, held lecturing positions at the School of Advanced International Studies at Johns Hopkins University, was a consultant to the World Bank, and a panelist at the Neo-Con lined NED’s Democracy Award and a panelist at an NED donation ceremony – the very same organisation whose subsidiaries are funding and supporting Bersih – casts irrefutable doubt on their official agenda for clean and fair elections,” he wrote.

As such, Cartalucci said claims by Bersih supporters that Anwar had hijacked their movement rang hollow when looking at both his and Bersih’s entwined foreign financial and political backers.

He said with Bersih leaders’ recipients of aid from NED and OSI, and Anwar being a functionary of the IMF, it was certain that no matter how genuine Bersih’s rank and file might be, the fruits of their efforts would be the destabilisation and neo-recolonisation of a country that had fought long and hard to work its way out from Western imperialism.

If indeed the movement is about civil society’s rights to free and fair elections, Malaysians deserve to know more about these links.

But I doubt if people would rush to check the veracity of such reports or demand an explanation.

Blame it on what psychologists call “confirmation bias”. It is the propensity to look for what confirms one’s beliefs and ignore what contradicts them. It’s more pronounced when it comes to politics.

> Associate Editor M. Veera Pandiyan likes this quote by English philosopher William Penn: Passion is the mob of the man, that commits a riot upon his reason.

Was it all necessary in the first place? For anwar, it seems that the politics of anger is about to devour him alive. People were angry with the government back in 2008 during the nitwit and son-in-law's reign. Najib's diplomacy and radical transformations seemed to be in favor of Malaysians on the whole, much to anwar's ire. With much to gain from the programs and policies, anger has been long discarded and this put anwar's dream in jeopardy. For pakatan to keep their dreams of winning alive, they need people to remain angry. Spin and spin, lies after lies but nothing seem to work, and they had banked a lot on the bersih program.

Bersih 3.0 was supposed to be viral, or at least on paper, which was supposed to lead to a major revolt, overthrowing the government and implementing a regime change to which anwar would benefit, and it all started with a few simple instructions to his refreshing dessert, azmin ali just be fore anwar disappeared from view totally. It was the beginning of the biggest flop ever, and like the movie Heaven's Gate, it was hugely budgeted, massively constructed but tanked dismally. Anwar still wakes up every morning, asking himself, "Why am I still not a President?" The anger most Malaysians have now is with anwar and his pakatan for the massive destruction they had caused to the taxpayers.

Will his sponsors now commit to a bigger and more unscrupulous, more massive scaled riot called Bersih 4? Rumours has it that the next bersih riot will be held during the general election, with riots to be conducted if Pakatan loses. Will that happen? With the huge budgets they have distributed and failure after failure that were returned, would those NGOs dare to sponsor a regime change on behest of one chap who's lusting for power?

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