Rakyat reject Anwar’s sordid attempt to bring back “Butcher of Malaya”

Rashid Maidin, Chin "Butcher of Malaya" Peng and Chen Tien representing Malayan Communist Party at Baling Talks, 28 Dec 1955 which they refused to surrender and lay down arms now that Britain agreed to allow Malayans to negoatiate for independence

It seems Anwar “Drama King” Ibrahim’s latest circus stunt to bring CPM Secretary General Chin “Butcher of Malaya” Peng back  as a sordid attempt to  pacify his much needed support of the Non Malays and playing to the gallery, ‘died’ within two solid days. Survey made by Ministry of Information shows that 80% Malaysians vehemently rejected the idea of validating a terrorist Supremo.

Bernama.com has the story:

People Reject Chin Peng’s Return

YAN, June 15 (Bernama) — A study carried out by the Malaysian Information Department reveals that the people do not want the government to allow former Communist Party of Malaya (CPM) leader Chin Peng to return to the country.

Information Department Director-General Datuk Abdullah Morad said the result of a survey carried out on 10,000 respondents of various ethnic groups showed that 80 per cent did not want Chin Peng to be allowed to return or to be granted citizenship.

He said the survey was carried out nationwide following a suggestion from certain quarters that Chin Peng should be allowed to return on humanitarian ground.

“The survey revealed that the people of all ethnic groups could not accept Chin Peng because of the atrocities committed by him during the emergency period and after the country attained independence,” he told reporters after attending a function at Kampung Singkir Laut, here Monday.

He said the statement by Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) advisor Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim that Chin Peng should be allowed to return, because of the permission granted by the government to several members of the CPM members to return home previously, would only create confusion.

“There can be chaos in the country and the people can become confused if the issue on Chin Peng continues to be played up by opposition leaders to gain sympathy although the people have rejected Chin Peng’s intention to return,” he said.

He said the people of all races who loved the country should respect the Rukun Negara and the government’s decision not to allow Chin Peng to return.



 The 10,000 respondents is a good sampling size to illustrate the sentiments of the rakyat on this issue.

Typical of Pakatan Rakyat (PR) leaders off late under party-less Opposition Leader Anwar Ibrahim’ tutelage and leadership, has turned to somewhat cheap circus stunt performance to gain attention. Being a compulsive liar and a lousy ‘short seller’ Anwar “charge for sodomy every ten years” Ibrahim managed to make Malaysian politics uglier by the day. These democratically elected people suffering of acute lackofattentionitis will do anything and everything to gain attention, in their sordid brand of very low politics to remain relevant. This also means that these PR Primates are ever willing to prostitute themselves to cheap stunts not befitting Yang Berhormat, especially in the augur house of the Dewan Rakyat or Dewang Undangan Negeri.

The Star has the story:

Tuesday June 16, 2009

Commotion as Speaker orders ‘headstrong’ MPs out

KUALA LUMPUR: The Dewan Rakyat kicked off its meeting yesterday with a 25-minute commotion minutes after Datuk Seri Mohammad Nizar Jamaluddin took his oath as the new Bukit Gantang MP.

The former Perak Mentri Besar was ordered out for violating the House’s dress code – he put on a black headband bearing the words “Bubar DUN (dissolve the (Perak) state assembly)”.

He had donned the headgear right after taking the oath, shouting “Hidup rakyat, bubar dewan! (Long live the people, dissolve the state assembly)”. Several Pakatan Rakyat MPs followed his example and put on similar headbands and armbands.

Nizar in Dewan Rakyat 

Nizar putting on the headband after being sworn in as MP for Bukit Gantang

Some at the public gallery, believed to be Nizar’s supporters, also put on the headband as they shouted “Bubar, bubar” as backbenchers retaliated with “Keluar! Keluar! (Get out! Get out!).”

Speaker Tan Sri Pandikar Amin Mulia ordered Nizar out, banning him for two days from the meeting, citing him as the person who had started wearing the headgear. It didn’t matter that he had obliged the Chair’s request to take it off.

Datuk Ngeh Koo Ham (DAP-Beruas) and Nga Kor Ming (DAP-Taiping) were also ordered out of the Dewan when they refused to obey the same request. The others who got the marching orders were Datuk Mahfuz Omar (PAS-Pokok Sena), N. Gobalakrishnan (PKR-Padang Serai), Dr Dzulkefly Ahmad (PAS-Kuala Selangor) and Dr Mohd Hatta Ramli (PAS- Kuala Krai).

Opposition MPs Nurul Izzah Anwar (PKR-Lembah Pantai), Khalid Abdul Samad (PAS-Shah Alam) and Teo Nie Ching (DAP-Serdang) left the Dewan on their own accord.

The Speaker reminded the rest: “This is not a market place. Please sit down, don’t join them. This is how children argue in the streets. We have many issues to discuss for the rakyat’s interest.”

A visibly miffed Pandikar Amin said he would not give any welcome remarks after the swearing-in this time around, saying: “Look at what has happened. Is this the conduct of a mentri besar?”, which was greeted by thumps of support from Barisan MPs.

The commotion delayed the reply of Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak, who attended the meeting for the first time as Prime Minister. He was there to answer a question on 1Malaysia.

At one point, Ngeh returned to the Chambers when Home Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Tun Hussein spoke about the chaotic Perak state assembly meeting on May 7.

But Pandikar Amin spotted the DAP MP and ordered him out again, saying: “If I have not told you how long the suspension is, I am telling you now that it is for two days under Standing Order 42.”

Opposition Leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim (PKR-Permatang Pauh) said Pakatan Rakyat would be writing to Pandikar Amin to reconsider his decision to evict Nizar and the others.

“If they can’t show their protest in Parliament, where else can they do it? They will be restricted to gaining public support by going to the streets.”

PAS deputy president Nasharuddin Mat Isa, meanwhile, tried to distance the party from the whole fiasco, saying Nizar had acted in unison with his opposition colleagues from Perak without informing party leaders.


The recently re-elected PAS Deputy President Nasharuddin Mat Isa, who is also an MP, was quick to disassociate the party from the PR Primates and most importantly court-displaced DAP-puppet Perak MB Nizar Jamaluddin. This only shows that being a DAP puppet, Nizar acted on ‘instructions’ of his puppet master Ngeh Koo Ham, who is Perak DAP Chairman.

It clearly shows that these PR Primates are not even interested to be a credible and worthy Oppositions in Dewan Rakyat, the highest house to voice the rakyat’s aspiration and laws made. This is also the place where the rakyat question the Government how the taxpayers money being spent and budgets approved. However, the PR Primates are only simply interested to monkey-around playing gutter politics instead of seriously addressing issues worthy of Yang Berhomat who are supposed to be ‘First amongst equals’.

PR strategy to remain relevant by playing politics such as conveniently make sure that there is by-elections periodically only shows that to move on and work is never in their agenda but to purely play politics. These PR Primates are not represetative of the rakyat. They are simply “street performers” in legislative houses, pretending to be ‘leaders’ that the rakyat chose.

Rakyat should seriously conisder their position to throw support and place their hopes on these PR Primates. It it obvious that former abuse-of-power-convict Anwar “Liar, Liar” Ibrahim and his band of bandits PR Primates do not have any nation building agenda at all, but purely the crave and craze for power, at any cost. They have done incredibly very little to help this nation progress in these trying times of global financial crisis but systematically trying to disrupt the smooth running of the Government. At the end of the day, the rakyat will suffer for all these politicking that the politicians in Government need to do, instead of focusing on the management, development and nation-building objectives and processes.

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  1. Nizar ni macam monyet dapat belacan. Menggaru je kerjanya

  2. Bro, today i will write in small caps, being more civilized today…he he he

    Basically, Anwar Liwat is very scared now, you know why, because this time around he is facing a brave victim! yes Sir Saiful unlike others, he is a brave chap who will fight for the right! I salute him for that!

    One more thing bro, i heard Anwar is planning to runaway to America…he he he

    As for Nizar what can i say, i have wrote an article for this psycho bastard, read here..


  3. BigDog,

    Has Chin Peng Been Charged at the International Court for being a War Criminal?
    Is he wanted by the Malaysian Government for being a War Criminal?

    If not then he is as entitled to any Uncharged and Legally Free Citizen to be able to live in his Homeland….

    UMNO has been Loudly Proclaiming its Faith in the Judiciary and Law and Order…

    Charge Chin Peng if he is Guilty of Criminal Acts if not leave him alone….

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