Tuesday 31 July 2012


Pegawai polis yang balun pekerja2 hotel hadapi 6 tuduhan di tiga mahkamah...

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31 July 2012

Pegawai polis yang balun pekerja2 hotel hadapi 6 tuduhan di tiga mahkamah...

Seorang anggota polis hari ini mengaku tidak bersalah di Mahkamah Majistret berbeza, di Seremban atas enam tuduhan memukul, mengugut dan memecah cermin kereta dalam kejadian berasingan pada 17 Julai lalu.
Tertuduh, Insp Mohd Azuan Yasin, 32, membuat pengakuan tidak bersalah terhadap kesemua pertuduhan yang dibacakan terhadapnya di hadapan Majistret Mohamad Izwan Mohamed Noh, Haslina Basarudin dan S.Megaswary.

Di hadapan Mohamad Izwan dan Haslina, Mohd Azuan dituduh dengan sengaja mendatangkan kecederaan masing-masing terhadap Mohamaed Nadzeem Zainal Larifin, 25, dan Koh Wen Gio, 32, dengan menggunakan objek keras berwarna hitam menyerupai senjata pistol kira-kira pukul 2.50 pagi di lobi Hotel S2 di Seremban pada 17 Julai lepas.
Bagi kesalahan ini, dia boleh dihukum mengikut Seksyen 324 Kanun Keseksaan yang membawa hukuman penjara tiga tahun, denda dan sebatan, mana-mana dua daripada hukuman tersebut.
Mohd Azuan turut dituduh di hadapan kedua-dua majistret itu melakukan kesalahan dengan menakutkan secara jenayah ke atas kedua-dua mangsa dengan cara menggunakan senjata menyerupai pistol berwarna hitam di lokasi, masa dan tarikh yang sama yang mana sabit kesalahan boleh dihukum mengikut Seksyen 506 Kanun Keseksaan yang membawa hukuman penjara sehingga tujuh tahun atau denda atau kedua-duanya sekali.


Satu lagi tuduhan di hadapan Mohamad Izwan, tertuduh didakwa memecah cemin pintu hadapan kereta nombor pendaftaran MBB 1531 milik Tan Chee Luan, 25, yang menyebabkan kerugian RM150 dalam satu kejadian kira-kira pukul 5.45 pagi di sebuah kedai kopitiam di Temiang di Seremban pada tarikh yang sama.
Bagi pertuduhan ini, dia didakwa mengikut Seksyen 427 Kanun Keseksaan dan boleh dihukum di bawah seksyen sama yang membawa hukuman penjara tidak lebih dua tahun atau denda atau kedua-duanya sekali.
Di hadapan Majistret S.Megaswary, tertuduh dituduh memecah pintu kereta belakang sebelah kiri, nombor pendaftaran NBV 8822 milik Tan Chee Hold, 32, yang menyebabkan kerugian RM180 dalam kejadian kira-kira pukul 5.45 pagi di kedai kopitiam dekat Temiang di Seremban pada tarikh sama dan didakwa di bawah Seksyen 427 Kanun Keseksaan dan boleh dihukum di bawah seksyen yang sama.

Tertuduh dibenarkan diikat jamin RM4,500 untuk kesemua pertuduhan dengan seorang penjamin bagi setiap pertuduhan dan kesemua kesnya akan disebut semula pada 13 September depan.
Bagi semua kes, tertuduh diwakli peguam bela Hanif Hassan manakala pendakwaan dilakukan oleh Timbalan Pendakwa Raya Wan Shaharuddin Wan Ladin.

Dalam pada itu, Mohamad Izwan dan Haslina turut mengarahkan agar rakaman kamera litar tertutup (CCTV) yang tersebar luas di dalam laman sesawang bertajuk "Polis Memukul Pekerja Hotel di Seremban" berdurasi selama 3 minit 41 saat dikeluar serta merta dari laman berkenaan dan melarang sebarang penyebaran rakaman itu dalam apa jua bentuk saluran bagi mengelak prejudis kepada tertuduh yang minta dibicara.-malaysiakini


 Cop in Seremban hotel rampage claims trial...

A policeman pleaded not guilty to six charges in the magistrate's court in Seremban today before three different magistrates.

In the court before magistrate Mohamad Izwan Mohamed Noh, Inspector Mohd Azuan Yasin, 32, was charged with two counts for voluntarily causing grievous hurt and committing criminal intimidation on one Mohamaed Nadzeem Zainal Larifin, 25, with a black object which looked like a pistol at about 2.50am at the lobby of Hotel S2 here last July 17.

He was also charged with committing the similar offences on one Koh Wen Gio, 32, also using a similar black object, at the same place and time before magistrate Haslina Basarudin.

Mohd Azuan was also charged before Mohamad Izwan with committing mischief by smashing the windscreen of car belonging to one Tan Chee Luan, 25, at a coffee shop in Temiang at about 5.45am on the same day.

He was also brought before magistrate S Megaswary and was charged with another count of committing mischief by ripping the door of a car belonging to one Tan Chee Hold at the same time and place.

Mohd Azuan was allowed bail of RM4,500 for all the charges, with one surety for each charge, and all the cases were fixed for mention on Sept 13.

Mohamad Izwan and Haslina also ordered the footage of a recording from a closed circuit television camera (CCTV) which had been posted on the title "Polis Memukul Pekerja Hotel di Seremban" (Police Beat Hotel Worker in Seremban) to be removed from the website immediately to avoid prejudice against the accused.

Deputy public prosecutor Wan Shaharuddin Wan Ladin prosecuted in all the cases, while Mohd Azuan was represented by lawyer Hanif Hassan.- malaysiakini


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cakap cakap...more Bull Dust! THE TUN RAZAK EXCHANGE!

I have seen Mokhtar Dahari play football. He brings speed, brilliant ball control and a love for the game of football that is yet to be repeated by anyone in Malaysia until today.

I watch our Badminton Team win the Thomas Cup from Indonesia and cheered together with Tun Dr Siti Hashmah and the whole country as we deliriously celebrated their victory.That was indeed a night to remember!

There was also sadness….the passing of Tunku, Tun Razak, Tun Dr Ismail, Tun Hussein Onn…all men of resolve who did what they believed was the best they could do for our country without fear or favour. Not everything they did was right but these were men untouched by considerations of wealth or vested interests.

I have watched with morbid fascination as Dato Harun Idris and Anwar Ibrahim were brought to trial and convicted for crimes that resulted in them being incarcerated and wondered if these were miscarriages of justice or were these a promise of what was to come – that those who were guilty of any crime, no matter what their station in life, would be prosecuted?

I bear witness to the change of our people from the time after Merdeka when we became one, then the division of race wrought by Mahathir as a means to an end (the end being the consolidation of UMNO’s hold on power) and now back to our people coming together again to demand that race must never again divide our nation….and in so doing the people did what our political leaders have failed to do – unite the people as one and all this i have seen within one lifetime!

All this I have seen and more but never have I witnessed the absurdity and desperateness such as that displayed by UMNO in their attempts to stave of defeat at the coming 13th general elections.

Stave: to avoid or prevent something unpleasant, often only temporarily.

Today another notch in this charade. This is getting into the realms of the absurd.

KUALA LUMPUR: Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak today announced a special task force to oversee the development of the Tun Razak Exchange, formerly known as the Kuala Lumpur International Financial District, until the sprawling project in the heart of Kuala Lumpur City is up and running.

He said the task force would be led by the Economic Planning Unit in the Prime Minister’s Department and chaired by the Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department, Nor Mohamed Yakcop, with its members comprising senior officers from the Finance Ministry, Bank Negara, Securities Commission and related agencies.

This is the same Economic Planning Unit that has been the den of corruption and source of much wealth to UMNO and their cronies.

This is the same Nor Mohamed Yakcop whose very name brings much laughter and ridicule to those who knows of his past and present “exploits” the Malay say “Harapkan Pagar, Pagar Makan Padi!”.

The same Finance Ministry, Bank Negara and Securities Commission that jumps through hoops on command of their political masters!

This Tun Razak Exchange is doomed to failure even before it starts! 

“The government will go out of its way to ensure that the exchange is a success and as a first step, I can announce to you today that we will begin a comprehensive review of business regulations,” he said in his keynote address before launching the exchange.

The logic behind this review is simple, he said, adding that: “Anything that contributes to future progress stays, anything that is outdated goes”.

I like the sound of that “a comprehensive review” and “anything outdated goes” …..shades of the ISA, PPPA: review and changes foreshadowed but never implemented comes to mind! Surely if anything is to go it has to be Najib and this Barisan Nasional government – not only outdated but out of sync!

The prime minister also announced that further incentives are in the pipeline, building on the incentives that he had announced last year.

They include 100 per cent income tax exemption for 10 years; stamp duty exemption on loan and service agreements; Industrial Building Allowance and Accelerated Capital Allowance; and 70 per cent income tax exemption for five years for eligible property developers at the Tun Razak Exchange.

500,000 jobs to be created

Jesus Christs! 500,000 jobs to be created! That would be like saying they are going to move Kuala Lumpur to Klang to ease the traffic congestion and pollution in Kuala Lumpur! Did anybody do their sums before they came out with that 500,000 jobs created figures? Or does this BN government think that the people of this nation are gullible enough to believe that 500,000 jobs will be created by this Tun Razak Exchange because they tell us it is so? Aisehman like I believe that the dowry for Puteri Gunug Ledang were:

·     A golden bridge from the peak of Mount Ledang to the Malaccan palace,
·     A silver bridge from the Malaccan palace to the peak of Mount Ledang,
·     Seven trays of mosquitoes' hearts,
·     Seven trays of germs,
·     Seven jars of betel nut juice,
·     Seven jars of virgin's tears,
·     A bowl of Sultan Mahmud's son's blood.

The Tun Razak Exchange is a 28 hectare haven for new investment opportunities, estimated to generate RM26 billion in gross development value.

It will encompass world-leading international design and progressive planning tenets; its buildings and infrastructures will conform to the highest levels of sustainability.

Pedestrians will be able to walk and play in green public areas and it will have seamless links to public transportation including the mass rapid transit.

Najib said over 250 of the world’s leading companies would be located at the exchange, creating some 500,000 jobs directly and indirectly by the time the exchange was fully completed.

“40,000 will be knowledge workers specialised in financial services, reflecting our ambition for the Tun Razak Exchange to be home to a strong, vibrant and diverse international business community,” he said.

Najib you want this Tun Razak Exchange to be home to a strong, vibrant and diverse international business community? Let us just pause for a moment from the rhetoric’s of your political needs and instead take a look down south, across the causeway and into SINGAPORE.

We had the Casino in Genting for God knows how long – and with one fell swoop Singapore build their own Casino that now leaves Genting for dead.

We had F1 for God knows how long and again in come Singapore and left us again for dead with a night time F1 race that is already earning them kudos for a job well done!

And now you want to talk about a strong, vibrant and diverse international business community when Singapore has been just that for God knows how many years?

Can you imagine Singapore allowing your UMNO cahoots and their cronies to swagger amongst their business community as they do in Malaysia doing business the “UMNO” way?  

Can you imagine FLOM and her designated Bag Man or Women doing their thing in Singapore?

Do you have any idea at all about what is needed to attract anyone to come to Malaysia in order to do business as it is done in a vibrant, strong and diverse business community? Huh! And you think you will be around to see this thing through? Dream on Najib…dream on! Najib do not allow your Father's name to be linked to a project that will surely fail under this Barisan Nasional government. You know that this Tun Razak Exchange is nothing more then another desperate attempt by you to use your Father's legacy to try and stave of the political oblivion coming your way. Be a Man Najib! Leave your old man out of your failures!


Monday 30 July 2012

This will make you Cry!


There are a few times in our life, not by our own design nor is it by others, when we can bear witness to and become part of our nation’s history. This is such a time. We do not have to be men of politics, religion or of any ideological convictions for who we are is not of much importance. What matters is that we are now bearing witness to changes in the state of our nation and what we do and not do will become the history of our Nation.

So how goes the Ship of State?

The night is dark and the hour is late. Our Ship of State is in stormy waters with not a safe haven in sight. It is leaking and creaking through its timber frame with still no good captain and crew to tend to its ills. What would save this ship would be for the storm to blow over for it is in dire need of a port of call to dock for repairs and to replenish its supplies so that it can carry onwards to its final port of call – its safe haven – to be again with those to whom it really belongs – the Rakyat.

We are in such a time.

While our State Ship sails the stormy waters our people are swimming in a sea of corruption…not yet drowning but will soon be if nothing is done to save this drowning nation from a Barisan Nasional government that hogs all the life saving vests even as they do not need to do so – for this Barisan Nasional Government is already on dry land. This Barisan Nasional government would prefer that we drown in a sea of corruption rather then see us saved and be able to haunt them for ever more.    

A Nation will only be as good as its leader. Germany had Hitler and Cambodia Pol Pot. Iraq had Saddam and Uganda Idi Amin. Other nations are cursed with greedy and mad leaders who use the country they rule over as their own domain to pillaged for their own selfish purposes. Then there are nations like Vietnam that has been pulled part by Nations much more powerful that it is and yet in the end prevailed because its people overcome all that lies between them and their desire to be free.

Malaysia is in flux. Our people are not troubled by the extreme poverty as in Sudan. We are not troubled by suicide bombers and IED as in Iraq. There are no violent riots or mayhem in our streets as in Egypt. None of these are our lot. So why are the people troubled?

We are troubled by this Barisan Nasional government because that is the government that is in power. This is the government that can do something about the ills of our nation and does not!

It can do something about the corruption about the greed and about the arrogance of its leader who now have lost touch with the people they have governed over the last half century and it does not!

We have a government with delusions of grandeur ruling over this nation in benign neglect while its leaders plot and scheme endlessly to stay in power without thought to anything else but their own selfish needs.

But those of you who despair of change be of strong heart for I will tell you that you are making a difference.

This week our victory was in making them not soiled our National Independence day by hitching their “Janji Di Tepati” slogan to our National Day! Yes, you and I, we together made our displeasure known to the powers that be and this Rais Yatim  - on orders from Najib – cut their losses and come up with their reason for not using that slogan. You and I know why they do so and that is all that matters!

In the past few months there have been other victories. Each and every victory we get wins us another notch in this war of attrition against this BN government.

Bersih is now Legal. NFC has been given noticed that it can no longer go on spending OUR money as they want! Perkasa has been banished to where it belongs - to the jungles and up the tree with Berahim Berok. FLOM has been asked to cease and desists her attempts at trying to gain "almost cult status" that she thinks she deserves....all victories we can be proud of.  

Today we all talk about corruption as we use to talk about the Communists during the Emergency and the Indonesian during Konfrontasi. And those who indulge in corruption   are people we loathe and despise. No longer do we keep quiet and accept that corruption is a way of life for our society. Today when the Police take their money from us they no longer do it with the swagger that they use to but with fear in their heart. Fear that there might be a hidden camera somewhere recording what they are doing.

Today any politicians that think they can get away with being corrupt is indeed a fool – though there are already many of them in BN and PR....fools I mean! Corrupt fools!

And still they talk about frogs on both sides of the divide without understanding the contempt and disgust we will have for any frogs on any side who put personal gain before duty to the electorates that will vote for them. But let us take heart from the fact that they now do so with the understanding that when they do so they are forever branded as pariahs by the people that matters – their electorates and by us. Najib and Anwar pander to these frogs at their own peril!

Today corruption is no longer a way of life. It is no longer the respectable thing to do that it was while Mahathir ruled. Today corruption is once again hidden, covert and something you do knowing that if caught you will pay heavily for your greed.That is the way it should be! 

And if we continue with this hatred that we have for corruption it will just be a matter of time when it will be relegated to where it should be – a criminal activity that no self respecting person would think of doing – what more Prime Ministers, Ministers and those in High Public Office. When it comes to that then we have won another victory towards the future we aspire to. 
But it will be a long hard and relentless fight for the people we are against are not only our peers but also those who are rich and powerful. People who are able to silence us through state apparatus under their control – through the use of physical and legal means. Through the Police and the Legal System of this Nation. And for most of us these odds are daunting if not overwhelming.

Alone maybe they are but together we can protect each other. I can tell you that even the Riot Squad are not as Gung Ho as they use to be as in those days when they could steam roll over the Rakyat without worrying about defending themselves. Today it is different. Our people are ready to meet the Riot Squad head on – not turn the other cheek like any good Christians will do.  Our people will now face the riot squad determine to defend themselves if attacked. And when attacked they can give to the Riot Squad as good as they get. Today you can be certain that when the Riot Squad are deployed to manage any crowd they are very aware that they themselves may be in danger of being attacked and harmed as the Rakyat are likely to be by them. Tit for Tat!

Barisan Nasional leaders no longer swagger in the corridors of power. Now they ask that we give them the same consideration as we give Pakatan Rakyat. As Chua  said yesterday "Compare BN with PR before voting" Najib uses Facebook and even Mahathir takes pain to say that it is for the people of Kedah to decide who they want as Menteri Besar! All these are small but sure victories for us.

We must continue with these attrition against anybody that dares to think that we the people are unable to make a difference. 

Today Government Ministers can no longer thunder from their high and mighty offices in Putrajaya that what they do is in our national interest! Nor can they use the excuse of Ketuanan Melayu and Islam for any action they take without being questioned as to the right or wrongs of what they do. We can question them not because Najib thinks we have earned the right to do so or because he believes that our society have evolved into a responsible and knowledgeable society. No way! We are able to do so because we have fought long and hard for these liberties. And slowly and surely we are winning. 

Yes we know that he has replaced the ISA with another draconian legislation but let us not forget why he has thought it necessary to do so - it is because we have made him do so. He can only delay the inevitable. Sooner rather then later the people will have their way - not for evil but for good.

We live in interesting times. We are now aware that  a Fish Rots from the Head. I am still trying to figure out what "enhanced interrogation techniques" means. We are familiar with "Gutter Politics" and the list goes on  - each one of them driving another nail into Barisan Nasional coffin. Soon we will run out of places to drive the nail into but we will never run out of nails. This Barisan Nasional government keeps making enough nails for us to hammer into their coffin - a case of self harm or just plain ignorance of continuing to do something that is not good for oneself? 

No political entity, no government in power and certainly no political leader can continue the way UMNO, Barisan Nasional and Najib is carrying on today without the certainty of an early demise. What is left for UMNO is to wait for the fat lady to sing....FLOM please rise and start singing!    

Sunday 29 July 2012

cakap cakap....May 13 lessons learnt? I think not!

Sometime in moments of quiet reflections I think about how it must have been for those of our people who were in Kuala Lumpur on that May day in 1969 – on the 13th of that May day in 1969. Reflect not as a Malay, not of the Chinese, not the Indians or of any Malaysian but reflect as to how any person caught up in those moments that forever changed our nation would have felt as they saw events unfolding before their very eyes.

I was in London then – a student without any thought of politics, race or feelings of mortality.  My thoughts on that day were not for the future of our Nation but for the safety of my family back home. My late father was in the Police so I know that to all intents and purposes my family would be safe from any harm but the images I saw on the BBC of burnt cars, houses and corpses lying by the roadside of KL did made me wonder what would be the future of our people when calm and reason returned.

I remembered that as much as I wanted to watch events as it unfolded on the BBC I wanted more to be with other Malaysians and so I went to Malaysia Hall in Bryanston Square. There were a few Malaysian milling around the front of the building talking in small groups  - I saw not Chinese, not Malays not Indians – I saw only groups of students talking amongst themselves. I hurried inside and went to see an Uncle of mine working in MSD – Malaysian Student Department -  as I am sure he would have more to tell me. He assured me that all was well with my family, with our relatives and our friends but he said that all was not well with KL. These were racial riots and people were being killed for no other reason but race.  He told me to go back to my place at Finsbury Park and wait for any more news from him – but for now he said it would be better if I focused on my studies.

Today Kampong Baru has not changed much from those days of May 13 1969 except that most of the property ringing Kampong Baru are now in the hands of Malays – a testament of the former Chinese owners who had sold their property cheaply to Malays as they no longer felt safe to stay in those areas. Apart from that nothing has physically changed within Kampong Baru. A sorry testament of what UMNO had failed to do for the Malays.

Look just beyond Kampong Baru and you will see metropolitan KL – a city that the other races build for Malaysia – the Chinese built for us – a testament to their ability to endure tremendous physical and economic challenges and still survive with vigour and character. The Indians too have their enclaves and also contributed to our nation success. Of the Malays, if you take away our government interest, there was not much to look at.

That is how it has been for our nation – back then in 1969 and now in 2012. Nothing has changed in substance for the Malays only the physical aspect that signifies personal and institutional wealth – not of the Malays en mass but of the Malays in UMNO and of Institutional wealth which the government controls not for the common good of the Malays or other Malaysian but for those within UMNO and its Coalition partners in Barisan Nasional.

May 13th has not been a lesson learnt for UMNO. May 13th has not been a lesson learnt for the Malay leaders of UMNO. All it has been for these people is the opportunity May 13th presented to them to take power and use power to satisfy their greed in amassing insane wealth. 

And since then there have been many other deaths of our people while in MACC and PDRM custody. There have been many people incarcerated under the ISA and many more physically harmed at the hands of our police. There have been those whose lives have been wrecked and destroyed by the actions of this Barisan Nasional government in their maniacal pursuit of retaining power at the expense of the our civil and personal freedom. Nothing is sacred – not race, not religion not gender not age not even children have been spared death – as the death of Aminurasyid can testify – if by their death this UMNO led Barisan Nasional can send a message to the people of this nation that their power over us is absolute! 

The only control they do not have over us is our thought process. Under even extreme circumstances we can still think unless the human spirit is broken through torture and physical harm. And even this they do try to do! We have seen many of those who have been released after being incarcerated under the ISA become stronger and more resolve to challenge this Barisan Nasional government right to continue to rule this nation of ours. Just as we too have become more resolved to ensure that Barisan Nasional will understand that their tenure to continue in government is in our hands.    

Maybe those who died during the May 13th Racial Riots of 1969 and all those who have died since then at the hands of this Barisan Nasional government will give us cause to reflect what we need to do at this 13th general election. I lost no love ones, friends or acquaintances during May 13th 1969. Nor have I lost anyone I know at the hands of MACC, PDRM or by any other actions of this Barisan Nasional government. But I read of Teoh Beng Hock, of Sarbaini, of Kugan and of Aminursayid – all these deaths were unnecessary. All these deaths were the result of deliberate polices of this Barisan Nasional government…..and any government guilty of these atrocities do not deserve to govern any more.

So do your worst Najib…you are now like a mad dog running around with rabies in the streets of Kuala Lumpur doing harm to everyone else but yourself. And you know that when a dog goes rabid they have to be killed. …the method they use may be cruel and unnecessary….they may wound you from a distance of a 100 yards and then move in closer as you lay wounded….. and you know what the end will be ….they shoot mad dogs dead!      


All race, all religion, all ages, all genders…..all Malayisans…I am sure you all will agree with me that our INDEPENDENCE DAY does not belong to Pakatan Rakyat nor does it belong to Barisan Nasional.

It does not belong to Dato Onn Jaafar, to our beloved Tunku, to Tun Razak or to Tun Hussein Onn.

It is an insult to all of us if any politician, any political entity seek to demean the sanctity of our National Day by equating it with the slogan of any political party!

Now why is it that the son of our beloved Tun Razak, this Najib Razak, has got the gall to use UMNO’s slogan “Janji Di Tepati” as the theme for our Inedpendence Day this year?

The same Tun Razak who, together with his Deputy Tun Dr  Ismail kept from us and even their family the fact that both of them had critical health issues because they both did not want what they were trying to do for the development of this country to be in any war derailed just because they were both dying!  

And now we have this Najib Razak soiling the memories of his own Father by taking the pathetic opportunity to have a cheap shot at trying to win some traction in their desperate attempts at winning some electoral support by using this UMNO slogan during the celebration of our Independence Day in the hope that people will equate an UMNO slogan with our Independence Day – with MERDEKA! How dare Najib do this to us?  How low can this lowlife of a political leader go? What will he not do to try and win some votes?

Najib and his cahoots can go to town and use whatever arguments they can think of to try and justify the use of that slogan for our national day theme but you and I know what is the truth. The truth is that this is yet another cheap attempt by Najib to try and give some respectability to UMNO falling fortunes by hitching their tired and meaningless slogan of “Janji Di Tepati” to our Independence Day!

Let me tell you this Najib. Your promises have been many – much to many for anyone to keep track of. But these are the things that I can think of that you will need to do before we even can think of the other promises that you have made to us and are yet to be fulfilled.

First explain Altantuya. Second we want Rosmah out of our life. Third stop your use of gutter politics against DSAI and against Pakatan Rakyat . Fourth stop spending our money to win votes. I will stop at that for now because each and everyone of us will have their list for you to do. This is just my list.

And everyday you add to that list. This week it is this UMNO slogan that you are using as the theme for our Independece day. And do you know what is the further insult that you do to our national day? It is not even a theme that you have even began to give credence to when you use it as the slogan for that BN government that you lead! But you are unable to comprehend that saying you are going to do something is not the same as doing it. You bring shame to the memory of your Father. You are a sad excuse for a Malay leader! You are a sad excuse to be the PM of any country. We deserve better!