DAP Leaders KURANG AJARNESS is over bearing!


More on Karpal Singh’s  KURANG AJARNESS in the Dewan Rakyat. It seems he was trying to put forth an argument based on inadmissible evidence. The DAP Chairman even use profanity in his argument!

Considering that he is lawyer by profession, this attempt is trying to mock and insult the system of law enforcement, judiciary and parliamentary process and protocol. Karpal even use the phrase “KEMALUAN BESAR” in describing the Chief Justice of High Court Malaya, Sabah and Sarawak, someone within the legal profession who has been appointed and commissioned by HM Seri Paduka Baginda Yang DiPertuan Agong and HRHs Rulers. He also insulted HM Seri Paduka Baginda Yang DiPertuan Agong by stating his letter was not entertained.

Who does Karpal think he is? Isn’t this seditious, when an MP questions the Monarchy, Judiciary and Executive, in that tone? Isn’t there a limit what an MP can bring up in the augur Dewan Rakyat?

This KURANG AJARNESS of DAP Leaders is getting over bearing. It is almost that they simply want to provoke and test the patience of the majority Malays.

On another note, DAP Johor Assemblyman Dr Boo Cheng Hau’s recent statement in DUN Johor is a slur attempted to create another social unrest, that will start some form of political instability.

Bernama.com has the story:

Southern Region News

February 26, 2009 20:00 PM


MB Hits Out At Opposition For Equating Bumiputera Policy With Apartheid

JOHOR BAHARU, Feb 26 Feb (Bernama) — Johor Menteri Besar Datuk Abdul Ghani Othman hit out at the Opposition chief in the State Assembly today for equating the policy on Bumiputera, which is practised in the state, with apartheid in South Africa.

He said the opinion by Dr Boo Cheng Hau (DAP-Skudai) in questioning the provisions enshrined in the country’s constitution was extreme and narrow.

“We can see that the DAP is purposely using this assembly to raise certain matters with an intention that they (matters) will be disseminated outside (the assembly) through the media (reports) which has the tendency to create sentiments of provocation among the public,” he added.

Earlier, Dr Boo, in his adjournment speech, said there were some politicians in the country who still believed the concept of bumiputera gave them absolute priority in obtaining government assistance.

He also equated the bumiputera policy with apartheid to describe his disappointment over the higher interest rate on loans from the Johor Fund obtained by non-bumiputera investors.

Such an economic policy was not an affirmative act based on the sosio-economic status of the loan borrowers, but apartheid as it was based on racial politics where assistance was given to the dominant group he added.

Abdul Ghani said the action by the opposition was to ignite negative sentiment towards the government among the country’s multi-racial society.


His unfair slur is really inappropriate because to equate Bumiputra policy to the South African apartheid is absolutely irrelevant, wrong and manipulation  facts. The Bumiputra policy is a policy to improve and provide betterment for the majority, who are the indigenous population on these waters. The policy on Bumiputra is based and intepretations of Article 153, which is cast-in-stone in the Federal Constitution, something upheld from the democratic process.

On the contrary, the apartheid policy known for being oppressing, was upheld by the immigrant minority whites, for their greed for power and economic reasons and oppress the majority indigenous Africans. Apartheid policy went on into practices of brutality, which was condemned globally. Even it was brought up to United Nations General Assembly.

It seems that the DAP Leaders lately try their best consistently to create social and racial unrest in this country. This most recent statement will only stir up emotions, especially the majority Malays. This will only compound further heating up of emotions, of the Malays, especially pertaining to actions and statements of DAP Leaders of late.

Will they go another step and start to insult Islam? What is their agenda? Are they acting on behalf of people who really wants to rise in the destruction of Malaysian spirit of tolerance, muhibbah and compromise for the betterment for the bigger picture?

DAP is now behaving exactly like PAP, when Singapore was admitted into the Federation of Malaysia in 1963. After the expulsion of Singapore from Malaysia on 9 Aug 1965, PAP activated their operatives here in the form of DAP. The founder, later became the President of the island state. What PAP Lee Kuan Yew started as soon as he was Malaysianised was carried on by DAP and the results  of boiling the emotions of Malaysians via racial sentiments were shown clearly in the racial riots of 13 May 1969.

Then again, circumstance was much different then, especially when movement of information and communication is far more sophisticated and efficient now. What the chauvinistic DAP Leaders do now could have more far reaching affects.  This is strategically damaging for Malaysia and it appears some people is trying the capitalise in their sordid attempt on ascending to power, as they would not able to do it on their own through the usual civilised and democratic process.

This civil-anarchy is something Malaysia should vehemently avoid, in a complex social fabric system so many managed to build and trust forstered through time, with too many variables incorporated. If this  ‘social and racial unrest using political channel’ is what DAP Leaders set out to achieve, then the right tool to prevent should be deployed.

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