Archive for June 26th, 2011

Najib the PM cum BN Chairman spoke out against the planned Bersih march as though he had acquired another ministry for himself: the Orwellian Ministry of Truth(MOT). These are the diciferring of the codes used for his speech-which make everything make sense afterall:

Najib: Pakatan responsible if Bersih rally turns chaotic

Code for: If the police is ordered by Najib to beat up the marchers-which create the chaos,  the marchers will be responsible. Not Najib or the police.

By Shazwan Mustafa Kamal
June 26, 2011

KUALA LUMPUR, June 26 — Datuk Seri Najib Razak said today he would hold Pakatan Rakyat (PR) responsible if the July 9 Bersih rally caused chaos in the country.

The Prime Minister warned those planning to take part in the rally that they must be ready to face the “consequences” for their actions.

Code for: if the BN lost respect from the marchers or the people at large after Najib ordered the police to beat up peaceful marchers then the marchers will face the consequences from a discredited BN. They may gladly suffer some of the consequences!



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When the state government lost in court over numerous land grab cases taib try to change the land laws in the state assembly seating to legalise the land grabs retrospectively by granting native status to all joint-venture companies involved with LCDA. What this means is that Taib will not even let his own laws to stand in the way of his land grabs! Only the people have to follow his laws-but not him!More court cases are foreseen by the judge who presided over the land grabs cases and ruled in faovour of the NCR land owners.

Taib changes definition of ‘native’ after NCR defeat

Hornbill Unleashed @ 12:02 AM
Keruah Usit

Sarawak Chief Minister Abdul Taib Mahmud has responded to humiliating setbacks in Native Customary Rights (NCR) lawsuits by forcing through a motion in the state assembly to change the definition of ‘native’.

Yesterday, the first sitting of the state legislature passed the Land Custody and Development Authority (Amendment) Bill 2011, despite resistance from Pakatan Rakyat members, in order to lubricate joint-venture deals to take over NCR land.


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The EC’s defense against Bersih’s criticism are: Opposition can win -so elections are free; they also question the evidences of election frauds; rally is not the `proper’ avenue to raise the changes needed; worst: Bernama can only quote from a political frog to defend the EC: that there are unspecified agenda behind Bersih rally, and that the changes to our imperfect elections can only be raised through all ways except rally. All these non-sense are rather cliche and betray their lack of understanding of public assembly as a fundamental right of the peopl and their refusal to adddress the numerous evidences uncovered by Opposition parties as well as by non-partisan election observers. Such performance only shows a measure of desperation by these conservative forces!

Is Malaysia’s election system really corrupt?


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