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Wednesday, 30 May 2012

Nizar Guna Duit Rakyat Beli No Plat Kereta !!! Bayar balik kepada kami woit !!!

Kepada yang sudah lupa... masihkah anda ingat bahawa Kerajaan Perak sewaktu pimpinan Nizar ada membeli 16 buah kenderaan Camry???

Masihkah anda ingat no. plat ini???

AGS10, AFD11, AFD22, AFD33, AFD55, AFD66, AFD77, AFD88, AFD99, AFD333, AFD999, AFF33, AFF88, AFF99, AGS828 danAEU606 
itu semuanya didaftarkan pada 9 Januari 2009...

Yang ni nizar pakai duit poket dia atau duit rakyat???...

Cermin dulu sebelum mengata DYMM Sultan Johor... 
cerita Sultan Johor sound Nizar

Saturday, 5 May 2012

Bersih - in anticipation of impending defeat - in anticipation of impending defeat

Sunday, May 6, 2012
  • Bersih mob
Dr Mahathir Mohamad says the Bersih 3.0 rally was just a preview of what the opposition could do if they fail to take Putrajaya in the 13th General Election.
KUALA LUMPUR: Former Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad says the escalated violence of the most recent Bersih rally was an indication that the opposition is anticipating a major loss in the upcoming General Election, and more demonstrations and more violence can be expected.

Saying the opposition would resort to anything so that it can to seize power, Dr Mahathir said:“Malaysian elections have been more clean than those in the authoritarian countries where results have always been obviously fixed."

He added that  opposition parties have always won a respectable number of seats in elections at both State and Federal levels, unlike countries where elections are rigged.

“In fact whole states may be lost to the opposition,” he said. “And no matter how the Government party tried, it just could not wrest Kelantan from the opposition.”

Barisan Nasional governments have faced losses at both levels over the years, he said, adding that those losses do not follow any consistent pattern that would indicate the results of those elections had been manipulated.

“Compare this with the advanced democracies and it would be very clear that the results are quite similar to them,” he said. “The margins are never extreme one way or another.”

“So why the demonstrations and the demands for the elections to be clean and fair? Well, should the opposition lose in the States or at the Federal levels, then one can safely assume that the opposition will claim that the Government had not conducted the elections fairly, that the Government cheated,” he said.

Dr Mahathir said subsequent demonstrations would be “perhaps bigger and more violent” and that the opposition would demand fresh elections in an attempt to discredit and ultimately bring down a democratically-elected government.

“Seeing how repeated anti-Government demonstrations have brought down Governments in the Arab countries, (Kelantan Mentri Besar Datuk Nik Abdul Aziz Nik Mat) Nik Aziz of PAS now declares that over-throwing the Government through demonstration is ‘halal’,” Dr Mahathir said.

“Obviously PAS is already contemplating Bersih-type violent demonstrations as a way of seizing power if it loses the 13th General Elections.  The country will then suffer from violent demonstrations frequently.  This will affect business and growth.  Already Nik Aziz (who is PAS spiritual leader) considers the present Government as oppressive and dictatorial and it is right to overthrow it,” he said.

The former Prime Minister said such demonstrations would bring unwanted attention from not only Western media but also foreign governments and the various NGOs that promote their policies around the world.

“The support of foreign Governments and NGOs would come in as we see in the Arab countries.  Their agenda would be different but they would see opportunities for pushing their regime change, for putting their candidate in power as Prime Minister,” he said.

“This possibility is not far-fetched,” he continued.  “The average Malaysian always thinks what happens in other countries will not happen here.  But the Bersih 3 demonstration shows it can happen here.”

 “We know that almost every demonstration in Malaysia has been organised by Anwar (Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim - opposition leader). Now he is teaming up with Nik Aziz.  Both see much to be gained by seizing power through unconstitutional means,” he said.

“And when they are in power we can kiss goodbye to peace, stability and economic growth in this beloved country,” he added.

Read more at CHE DET.

Tunku Abdul Aziz : Look Into The Mirror Before Blaming Others

Bersih told to look into the mirror before blaming others

Sunday, May 6, 2012
  • Tunku Aziz Bersih
Bersih 3.0 organiser should not blame the police solely: Tunku Abdul Aziz
KUALA LUMPUR: Tunku Abdul Aziz Tunku Ibrahim who said the Bersih 3.0 organisers "are not a group of angels descended from heaven who are completely blameless", chastised them for allowing politicians to hijack the rally ended in violence last Saturday.

In strongly worded criticisms, the DAP vice chairman said the Bersih organisers should look at themselves first before being so quick to blame the police for last Saturday's violence.

Tunku Abdul Aziz also took the Bersih 3.0 organisers to task for not accepting the fact that any rallies would always end up in violence.

Speaking to The Mole Tunku Abdul Aziz said: “The Bersih organisers should take a look at themselves over what had happened and accept that there are substantial elements within the rally from people whose intentions were to create havoc and cause chaos as long as it is possible.”

“Instead of shifting all the blame on the police, they need to realise that they are at fault too. Besides, they are not a group of angels descended from heaven who are completely blameless,” he added.

The only Malay leader holding a senior position in the DAP, Tunku Abdul Aziz also said: “Bersih leader must answer to this question - who allowed the rally to be hijacked by people with a political agenda?”

“I am not denying that there were people who participated in Bersih 3.0 that were genuinely asking for electoral reforms and expecting a peaceful rally. But as evident, there were people who thought differently.”

“Bersih 3.0 has lost control of their own agenda because their agenda was hijacked.”

Tunku Abdul Aziz also found it was totally absurd and unfair for Bersih leaders and politicians to solely blame the police for the violence that took place among protesters and the police.

He said: “Bersih leader should have realised that this is how it (Bersih 3.0) was going to end.”

“But since it has ended in violence, it is always the police who will be blamed for acting against unruly mob.”

Tunku Abdul Aziz broke his rank with Pakatan Rakyat and DAP leadership for his remarksagainst Bersih on Dewan Negara last week, saying the rally would only pave way for people to break the law.

The Penang senator whose decision to join DAP in 2008 was lauded by many DAP leader including its national publicity secretary Tony Pua, who once wrote getting Tunku Abdul Aziz, whom many regard as a towering Malaysian in the party as a big catch.

However due to his remarks aganist the rally, Tunku Abdul Aziz was called anembarrassment to the DAP by the party’s secretary general Lim Guan Eng.

The Mole reported on Tuesday that DAP had no plan for any disciplinary action against Tunku Abdul Aziz.

Tunku Abdul Aziz who is a former vice chairman for Transparency International (Malaysia) also said he was not surprised with the alleged cases of police brutality.

“Police-bashing is a feature in almost all of demonstrations all over the world. I must say I was not particularly surprised to learn that it happened. After all, they (policemen) are human beings too.”

Not giving any excuse for police alleged brutality, Tunku Abdul Aziz however added, “the issue of police brutality will be highlighted by some people just to put the authorities in a bad light.”

“Never mind the fact that the police have worked since the night and before and showed complete restraint until the barricade was broken.”

“What’s more important to some is to show how bad the authority is.”