Sunday, October 19, 2014

Prostitute Gerakan Wanita chief Tan Lian Hoe is selling her pussy for her undemocracy thorts


Najib: Chinese votes dropped as they believed lies

Prime Minister Najib claimed that the 21st century can belong to Malaysia as it has three assets that no other country does: democracy, demographic dividend and demand. Undisputedly, these are invaluable assets. But Najib must realise that these are eclipsed by a unique combination of three crippling liabilities that only Malaysia has: excessive these three liabilities far exceed the value of the three assets and make  Malaysia a country with a negative net worthules and regulations, egregious levels of corruption, and an embarrassingly hostile and irrational  racism These three liabilities far exceed the value of the three assets and make Malaysia a country with a negative net worthThese preventive laws were there before. Yes, it was meant for the good of the people and country. It worked well for a long time when it was applied judiciously.
 
The moment these laws were abused then people saw the evil in the law. Remember, the arrest of a journalist 'for her own safety' – a statement coming from the home minister himself; the arrest of an Adun, acting on fake news. That is what the people are more afraid of. Can you guarantee that the laws will not be abused?Most rules and regulations are like highway check-posts. Most can be done away with but are deliberately continued as they yield a steady source of ‘income’ for the bureaucratic and political establishment. Information technology is a potent tool to eliminate corruption. But Indian ingenuity has successfully sabotaged software to ensure that roadblocks continue and nothing can move until a bribe is paid.
 


The prime collateral casualty is Najib 

Where have  Malaysia’s political voices against racism gone? Chinese are some of the most racist people on earth, thanks to their culture, of which an aesthetic that valorises a fair complexion is an integral part. It comes naturally to Chinese to practise vicious racism at home and still wax outraged when Chinese abroad come up against racial discrimination. This makes a mockery of not justMalaysia’s claim to the mantle of opposing discrimination, harking back to Gandhi’s role in South Africa, but also of the Malaysia Constitution and the process of forging national unity in this ethnically, regionally and linguistically diverse land of ours.amazed, almost speechless in fact, that in this day and age Gerakan Wanita chief Tan Lian Hoe warns against calls for democracy that in the end, she said, destroys ourselves.nyway, we will not buy your nonsense as we have better sense than the idiots in Gerakan and MCA who are nothing but professional opportunists and ball carriers.ust because their president won Teluk Intan, these Gerakan fools think they are on high ground. Both the Gerakan Youth and Wanita are just trying to cash in on the cabinet bandwagon.there wasn't any vacancy for deputy ministers. But then, knowing Najib, who like to be surrounded by advisers and ministers, he may just be crazy enough to reward Gerakan with another one or two deputy minister posts.So idiotic you don't even realise that many people already have no respect for you, and here again you are talking nonsense so that you can hang on in Barisan Nasional. Shameless!

 
Another Prostitute from Gerakan. The president, the Youth chief, and now the Wanita chief! A friendly reminder: there are only so many freebies that Umno and Najib can give out. Maybe you are wasting your breath waiting for these.

 
But in the meantime, you are betraying the country and your community by selling out. Gerakan's slogan should be the No.1 'Yes' Party.She is just reading a statement prepared by Umno, the only political party in the world, to support a repressive law that the people want changed or replaced. 
Did she synchronise her brain and mouth before she displayed such ill-informed and unenlightened thinking.Tan Lian Hoe, do you really think that about (democracy)? Then, preventive laws should be applied on you now as, by speaking up against democracy, you are creating public unrest to many of us Malaysians who want democracy.
Administrative and legal processes are now underway to get to the bottom of four high-profile cases involving, directly or otherwise, an assault on the dignity of women. They include a Supreme Court judge, the editor and managing editor of an influential weekly magazine, a former home minister of a major state in the Union (and, possibly, its current chief minister as well) and a spiritual guru with a vast following. What is at stake in each case is abuse of power that is in flagrant violation of the laws by those who are duty-bound – because of the positions they occupy – to uphold them.
The intricacies of the cases continue to be subjected to close and critical scrutiny in the media. But the larger picture they reveal hasn’t attracted the requisite attention: the growing disconnect between the “hardware” and the “software” of Indian democracy. The “hardware” of democracy include legislative and executive institutions (Parliament, state assemblies, panchayats etc), the judiciary, official statutory and non-statutory bodies, political parties and the media. And the “software” relates to the observance of rules and regulations, conventions and precedents to enable the institutions to function in a transparent, accountable and effective manner. What is the record?
Judged according to these standards, our Parliament and state assemblies are little more than a hotbed of interminable intrigue, confrontation, mud-slinging, filibustering and sometimes also outbursts of violence. This numbs the nerves of the executive and paralyses the legislature. The one cannot govern while the other cannot enact laws, adopt policies or, so far as the opposition is concerned, even act as a watch-dog of the government of the day. What stands out, therefore, is a mockery of their constitutional responsibilities.
The political parties are no better. Their public spats are less about policies and programmes and more about the acquisition of power and pelf. Many of them are akin to privately-controlled family businesses. Inner-party democracy is a rumour to them.
The Congress, which has had the longest innings in power since independence, leads the pack. But others are not far behind: Thackerays and Badals, Karunanidhis and Pawars, Reddys and Yadavs. And then you have individuals without kith or kin who rule the roost in their parties: Mamata, Mayawati, Jayalalithaa, Patnaik et al. None dares cross their path. What “software” of democracy can they possibly bring to the table? Precious little.
But these permanently feuding parties from one end of the political spectrum to another can and do make common cause when their interests as a corporate class are in jeopardy. Consider their opposition to any serious effort to keep politicians with criminal backgrounds at bay. Consider, too, the alacrity with which they refused to come within the purview of the Right to Information Act. Such “software” contains far too many bugs to serve any worthwhile purpose.
The ailments of the judiciary, including, in the first place, that of the Supreme Court, are of another order. The alleged moral turpitude of some of the judges is only one of them. Even on this count, however, the judiciary is loath to allow an impartial and transparent probe by anyone other than the members of its own fraternity. The most recent instance concerns allegations of sexual misconduct against a recently retired judge of the apex court by an intern.
Add to this the growing interference of the apex court in legislative and executive areas that are, strictly speaking, beyond its remit. It is argued, doubtless with good reason, that such interference is inevitable when the government and the legislature are unable or unwilling or both to shoulder their constitutionally-mandated tasks. Governance, like nature, abhors a vacuum. But the danger in this argument is that it upsets the delicate balance of power between the three estates of the republic that the Constitution decrees. On this count, too, a lethal virus could render the “software” of democracy obsolete.
That danger is no less acute when governments, both at the Centre and in the states, deploy official agencies to get even with rivals. More often than not, such deployment is initiated outside the framework of laws, rules and regulations. Fake encounters and fabricated cases are evidence of this conceited insouciance.
But so is the intrusive surveillance of citizens suspected of making life difficult for the rulers of the day: rival politicians, nosey media persons, un-cooperative civilian and police officials, NGOs and, in one instance at least, an individual who posed no such threat. We recently witnessed such conduct in, among other states, Uttar Pradesh, Haryana and Gujarat. Surveillance of this nature, especially if it is pervasive, also contaminates the “software” of democracy.
The cases of Tarun Tejpal and Shoma Chaudhary of Tehelka and of Asaram Bapu fall in a different category. They relate to an unforgiveable betrayal of trust reposed in them by their readers, friends, colleagues and followers. What makes the betrayal odious is that these individuals professed to promote highfalutin principles of moral and spiritual rectitude. All three of them emasculated the substance of their calling and, in the process, polluted the “software” that is expected to keep state and society in India in fine fettle.


 
 

Friday, October 17, 2014

Terence Netto and Din Merican their sinister theory on Anwar’s destructive ways


 Terence Netto and Din Merican and Karma 

What is karma? There is a lot of misunderstanding around this word. Karma simply means action. Every action has consequences. Conscious choicemaking is the most effective way of creating future consequences of karma. Karma creates the future, but it is also an echo from the past.
Karma conditions our soul through memory, desire and imagination. Most people are prisoners of karma, because it becomes a conditioned reflex and produces predictable outcomes in their lives. The goal of enlightenment is to break the shackles of karma. “Does karma imply a deterministic universe?” The answer seems to be that the universe is simultaneously deterministic and creative. Where we fit in this immense landscape depends on our state of consciousness.
The freer our consciousness is, the more freedom of choice we experience. Avery simple way to interpret karma is that it is a conditioned response, the past influencing the circumstances of the present, as well as our tendencies for conditioned patterns of behaviour. We become bundles of conditioned reflexes, constantly triggered by people and circumstances into predicted outcomes.
Hence, karma is considered to be a prison. The goal of the spiritual journey is to escape the prison of karma and inspire true response of our soul, which is creativity. The more creative and unpredictable our response to the world, the more we are aligned with the universe’s creator. That’s why the freedom that arises from transcending karma is referred to as liberation. We become free of the wheel of samsara.

Scepticism greets the announcement of a new Poltical commercial establishments, So, you’d think that the promise of a phoenix rising from this depressing mess would send hallelujahs ringing to the suspended particulate matter laden skies. Alas, the only heart leaping is that of the unrepentant urban villain, the politician-developer nexus. confound moralistic expectations and jolt our perception of what is good and what isn’t as does the topsy-turvy fairy tale Petronella. Written in 1971, it’s about a fairy-tale kingdom where the king and queen always have a son named Peter who grows up and ventures forth to rescue a princess from the evil forces, making her the new queen.

  the key factors damaging Anwar’s reputation  Terence Netto and Din Merican their sinister theory on Anwar’s destructive ways
Suarakeadilanmalaysia.blogspot.com revisits   Din Merican's`sinister’ theory that was floated in his column Terence Netto had co-authored It was about  Anwar’s destructive ways another story that an average Malaysian would love to believe and conspiracy theorists would swear by.But is there a more sinister explanation?
Many analyses have been offered for the party’s fall from grace, and the party faces no scarcity of critics, including voices that were once part of it. It is quite clear that the party overreached itself by placing big bets on the national elections. It behaved like a political party and has lost like one, whereas as a political movement it could have only won. Had it been true to its professed goal of transforming politics rather than winning elections by contesting only those seats where some matter of principle was involved, it could have made a meaningful statement.The need is to identify a few key issues and to systematically build a programme that speak for the people. it is true the mood of the country has changed.
  PKR as it stands today is more about fighting for a cause, than about governing. But it is about fighting for something real, not invented. In its evolution, there will come a time when it needs to convert its ideas into practice, but fortunately for the party it is no imminent danger of being asked to govern. That gives it time to grow into a party with its own set of ideas. In its case, its political precepts must be evolved ground upwards- they should represent the hopes, aspirations and frustrations of the people it hopes to represent and not be imposed by a small group of leaders. It also gives it time to practice what it preaches about the meaning of democracy. The recent rumblings within the party point to a familiar malaise that affects most parties in India- the lack of a genuinely democratic culture within the organisation.
 If there is one area in which the party has never quite distinguished itself, except in a few select areas, is in the manner in which it strives to uphold the values it professes. Barring areas like funding and the mobilisation of its ground level cadre, where it has set new standards, its current mode of operating is at the odds with the nobility of ideas that it mouths. As a force that does not crave power but pushes for an overhaul of the entire system, it would behove it to act in a way that forces other parties to shed their surplus and often mindless aggression and to work together as a coherent system. This means that along with critiquing what is wrong, there needs to be a willingness to admire what works. It means walking away from presumptive divisiveness and embracing a culture of enlightened purpose. The idea of PKR will stubbornly resist being extinguished but whether the party itself follows suit will depend on where it goes next.
PKR as it stands today is more about fighting for a cause, than about governing. But it is about fighting for something real, not invented. In its evolution, there will come a time when it needs to convert its ideas into practice, but fortunately for the party it is no imminent danger of being asked to govern. That gives it time to grow into a party with its own set of ideas. In its case, its political precepts must be evolved ground upwards- they should represent the hopes, aspirations and frustrations of the people it hopes to represent and not be imposed by a small group of leaders. It also gives it time to practice what it preaches about the meaning of democracy. The recent rumblings within the party point to a familiar malaise that affects most parties in India- the lack of a genuinely democratic culture within the organisation.

Dreams rarely die gracefully; there is little that is cinematic about the gradual throttling of a cherished ideal. It is usually a depressing, messy affair that marries inevitability with horribleness, and is thus best given as little attention as possible. In the case of Parti KeADIlan Rakyat (PKR), , however, this is not very easy to do. For in what it set out to do, it imagined a radical new way of practising politics in  Malaysia, something deemed impossible otherwise. Also, it is possible that the AAP finds a way to be re-born, albeit with a vastly altered script than what it visualised for itself
 Anwar achieved the impossible
 Anwar in his absence, it is difficult to imagine any other leader in the Pakatan framework being able to fill his shoes and keep the coalition intact. 
Anwar Ibrahim's final appeal with regard to his sodomy conviction slated before the Federal Court on Oct 28 and 29, the burning question is whether Pakatan would survive if the opposition leader is sent to prison.
Prior to Anwar spearheading the opposition bloc, the notion that DAP and PAS, with their diametrically opposed ideologies, being partners in a coalition would have been dismissed as a political fairy tale.
And despite the glaring differences, he managed to keep the two parties on the same vessel, thus giving hope to opposition supporters that Pakatan is truly a viable option to replace BN.
In his absence, it is difficult to imagine any other leader in the Pakatan framework being able to fill his shoes and keep the coalition intact.
 Who to blame if Anwar goes to jail?There is no point in waging a battle against Pakatan as a whole. The most effective strategy would be to chop off the head vis-a-vis incarcerate Anwar.And perhaps this is the reason behind Anwar's case being expedited.Why Najib and Rosmah Mansor did not the stand say under the court oath  that the meeting was not related to events on June 26.why hide under his  his AG's sarong

When judges prostitute the judciary adding insult to injustice?

Thursday, October 16, 2014

Najib checkmates both Anwar and Mahathir.

Thinkers in many fields on their fears of what Malaysia without Anwar might be like. Why should we be worried?
Two distinct kind of stirrings preceded the 2013 elections. The first had to do to with finding a way out of the air of hopelessness surrounding the country that UMNO through its lacklustre performance had managed to contrive.  Najib connected powerfully with a country that had begun to experience a better present and wanted to be assured of a dramatically improved future.
 Nothing in the government moves without Najib assent and nod, and no detail is too small. To centralise decision-making in his person, he has taken almost complete control of his party, marginalising his elders like Mahathir disappeared politically perhaps Anwar's political rivals also sense this.There is no point in waging a battle against Pakatan as a whole. The most effective strategy would be to chop off the head vis-a-vis incarcerate Anwar.

 Anwar achieved the impossible
 Anwar in his absence, it is difficult to imagine any other leader in the Pakatan framework being able to fill his shoes and keep the coalition intact. 
Anwar Ibrahim's final appeal with regard to his sodomy conviction slated before the Federal Court on Oct 28 and 29, the burning question is whether Pakatan would survive if the opposition leader is sent to prison.
Prior to Anwar spearheading the opposition bloc, the notion that DAP and PAS, with their diametrically opposed ideologies, being partners in a coalition would have been dismissed as a political fairy tale.
And despite the glaring differences, he managed to keep the two parties on the same vessel, thus giving hope to opposition supporters that Pakatan is truly a viable option to replace BN.
In his absence, it is difficult to imagine any other leader in the Pakatan framework being able to fill his shoes and keep the coalition intact. 

When judges prostitute the judciary

Who to blame if Anwar goes to jail?There is no point in waging a battle against Pakatan as a whole. The most effective strategy would be to chop off the head vis-a-vis incarcerate Anwar.And perhaps this is the reason behind Anwar's case being expedited.Why Najib and Rosmah Mansor did not the stand say under the court oath that the meeting was not related to events on June 26.why hide under his  his AG's sarong



A general view of Najib’s governance style is that it is an impressive he appears brisk, decisive, engaged and demanding. After Mahathir this is a huge relief to many Malaysians. The prime minister could deploy these qualities to govern effectively; on the other hand, there are other features of his style that could deeply damage Malaysian.s famous for picking weak cabinets, largely ignoring ministers and paying little heed to the legislature; is co-opting the senior bureaucracy and police. Essentially, he both scares and empowers high officials, making them his primary instrument of decision-making. Hegemonic command depends on a blend of coercion and consent.By promising to back them against interfering politicians, he also gives them a sense of empowerment. The result is extraordinary cooperation andloyalty.readmorehttp://themalaybusinesstribune.blogspot.com/2014/08/former-prime-minister-tun-dr-mahathir.html


 Najib has promised to make life simpler for citizens.


 Kind  of expectation too, which was for a newer kind of democratic engagement. The manner in which the urban middle class in particular had responded to reformasi-led  and then to PKR, before it lost its way, was a clear sign that it was disillusioned not merely with UMNO government but with the political establishment as a whole. There was a feeling that the names of the rulers had changed, as had the means by which they ascended the throne, but they continued to act as rulers, not representatives of the people who elected them.
The current government under PM  Najib continues to act on the first front but is there even an attempt to deliver a new kind of democracy? On the face of it, it does not seem so. No attempt has been made to cut back on the visible signs of power that those even faintly brushed by it revel in demonstrating. The sirens, the immunity from rules, and the ads with photographs of ministers all continue exactly as before. If anything, PM Najib’s visage is omnipresent, as it accompanies every trivial 
Another element of Najib’s governance method is his ambiguous stance on social polarisation, especially between Muslim and minorities. Muslims in Malaysia have little doubt where he stands in relation to them. He is the Great Protector. On the other hand, minorities fear him. It is hard to pin anything on him.
has promised to make life simpler for citizensOn the other hand, minorities fear him. It is hard to pin anything on him. He promises development and equal treatment for all; But doing this effectively requires careful thinking through from the point of view of the average user. 
 My apologies for a rare detour into the personal, but this is a rare moment.had become impervious to anything except sycophancy. Words demand a different kind of loyalty, and one was relieved to return to the world of words. relate to an unforgiveable betrayal of trust reposed in them the  Judges  by their readers, friends, colleagues and followers. What makes the betrayal odious is that these individuals professed to promote highfalutin principles of moral and spiritual rectitude. All three of them emasculated the substance of their calling and, in the process, polluted the “software” that is expected to keep state and society in Malaysia in fine fettle. READMOREhttp://themalaybusinesstribune.blogspot.com/2014/03/anwars-conviction-when-judges-are.html

Sunday, October 12, 2014

Minister Nancy Shukri’s adventurism ‘unaffordable Two wrongs don't make a right.


 Attorney-General Abdul Gani Patail is due to retire next year and he is begging for an extension of his contract, by charging all those his masters want him charged. You fellows don't be so hard on him lah after all he got rewarded for fixing up Anwar UMNO and Najib cannot survive if the sedition act is abolished.Without the Judiciary,royalty,race and religion card,sedition act,Sosma,PPA and PAA,EC and Polis,UMNO Baru would have been chased out of Putrajaya by the rakyat 30 years ago.
Pakatan Rakyat today demanded Attorney-General to explain whether the witchhunt against politicians and activists under the Sedition Act is related to a private meeting with Umno.For All Malaysians on both sides of the political divide who wants true justice, please give your support to the cause of misuse of Sedition Act - which should be disbanded long ago

Our pot-holed system breeds Minister like Nancy Shukri

After long and in-depth research, full of arduous general view of Najib’s governance style is that it is not an impressive mode of working: he appears to be indecisive,wrongly engaged and not demanding Could it possibly be true? Najib begin to believe what some of his admirers have started to suggest with incremental passion, that he is M alaysia’s best-ever Prime Minister? The answer must be no. He is clearly not self-delusional. may be he had to fend off the ‘Young Turks’? sought to place a well-thought out policy position on record; they were, in a very real sense, creating precedence, administrative culture and an archive of an incubating government. To suggest that this was worse than the petty, ego-heavy squabbling for turf and lucrative territory that is the hallmark of the current coalition, is an extraordinary disservice to Mahathir founding father whose ideas and sacrifice is co-opting the senior bureaucracy and police. Essentially, he both scares and empowers high officials, making them his primary instrument of decision-making. Hegemonic command depends on a blend of coercion and consent.


 Nancy you are the de facto law minister and interpretation of the law is your job. Prosecuting is the attorney-general’s job.If you is going to whitewash the politically connected Ibrahim Ali using “the right to defend Islam”, then it opens up a Pandora's box. Whatever Perkasa does or any of the supremacist groups do - short of murdering someone over a perceived slight against Islam – will be justified.Minister Nancy Shukri can cry 'misquote' but truth is, Parliamentary replies are in black and white Words are utilitarian. They mean what they say, unless they sound what they mean Stop giving excuses. Resign to show your worth, and to the community you grew up with. Don't betray them and us.Nancy Shukri can ‘wayang’ all she can, but the fact is, her Parliamentary reply was in black and white. Whatever that she says now – verbally – means nothing unless she put it into a revised Parliamentary reply. Most importantly, does she think Ibrahim Ali is guilty, or not? Until she does this, her integrity is still at stake. a slip of the tongue is not the fault of the mind; for others, a slip of the tongue is the fault of the mind. Nancy Shukri, until proven otherwise,what you have said is immaterial. The fact that you did not condemn the Umno-linked NGO leader's threat to burn (Malay language) Bibles is as bad as you making that threat to burn Bibles.If you don't agree, and you are the minister in charge of law and supposedly with a law background, yet you willingly agree to say something you disagreed with?remember



You said so yourself that the AGC is responsible for deciding on the prosecution of any case, so a heavier responsibility rests on you to see to it that they do their job fairly and appropriately.
 
Don't you think it is incumbent on you to take the AG to task if he failed in his responsibilities? If this is true, then what exactly were you thinking by shooting back at your critics and members of the public who only meant well?

Two wrongs don't make a right. Minister Nancy Shukri, you should know better. You don't issue a controversial statement and try to negate it the next day with another corrective statement. Worse still to pass the buck to someone else as the reason for your blunder. To change your story days later into a simple denial is offending and insulting to all.
 
Madam, your twisting and turning as you go along – which is nothing but an afterthought – is making people even angrier. It is downright lame to point the finger at the Attorney-General’s Chambers (AG).

 What is rather unbelievable in the love and affection that the people have for their chief minister is that they believe she is doing them a favor and not her job. Of course, there are many of our leaders who do not do their job and I understand somewhat the sentiments that the people have displayed. The fawning and fetishes have led to even leaders like Paneer Selvam wailing away at the swearing in ceremony. Amma would have liked what she saw on TV in her cell and undoubtedly he will always have her blessings, not sure what the repercussions would have been had he not wailed. Even more important is that the wailing needs to stop and administration of the state has to begin. How long are the leaders of Tamil Nadu going to be sitting around in a paralytic state? Let the judiciary take its course and let administration not be cynical of the judicial process. Whether its Amma or whether its Appa or any spoilt Pappu who misuses his position and gets high on absolute power, they are not above the law. Thank God for the judiciary! readmore http://engagechittarkootaijamath.blogspot.com/2014/09/jayalalithaa-to-modi-prime-minister.html