Musa Hassan: “Never before so many owed to so few”

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IGP Tan Sri Musa Hassan

Home Minister Dato’ Seri Hishamuddin Hussein announced today that IGP Tan Sri Musa Hassan will be retiring effective 12 September 2010, after 41 years of illustrious service. The former Director of CID, Chief Police Officer Johor and several other posting which include OCPD, Musa had his service extended twice.

Malaysians owe Tan Sri Musa Hassan a debt of gratitude. It was CID Sr IO ACP Musa Hassan’s investigation of the “50 Dalil Kenapa Anwar Tidak Boleh Jadi PM” book in 1998 uncovered that Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance Anwar Ibrahim abused his power and instructed the Special Branch to ‘torture’ Azizan Abu Bakar and Ummi Hafilda to reverse the original confession about Mat King Leather’s sordid sexual romp which include sodomy. Of course he faced pressure but the man served the Police Force with only the fear of God and limits himself to the letters of the law.

The investigations outcome was presented to then Prime Minister Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohamad. Painfully, Anwar was sacked exactly today 12 years ago from the Cabinet. Within days, the culture of mob street politics which sometime turned ugly and damaging property, ‘Reformasi’ was given birth. Anwar conveniently via his systematic ‘politics of maniuplations and ‘politics of hate’ leashed the animalism of young Malaysians, especially the Malays to be political-anarchists. The effect of Anwar’s unleashing of Jewish sponsored political agenda is much alive till present day.

Malaysia was saved from the Darlings of the Jewish Neo Con.

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Under Musa’s leadership, the fight against terrorism in Malaysia was contained. The arrest of Mas Selamat (being the most wanted man in Singapore and after escaping from a Singaporean detention facility) and recently Mohd. Fadlullah is the proof of the Police’s great intelligence work in combating terrorism. This is include the control of rebellion in South Thailand from incursion into our borders. Of course, the volatile coast of East Sabah needed to be protected from incursions from the Phillipines and Indonesia.

Just to demonstrate the seriousness of the fight against terrorism which the Police’s battle since August 1948, Musa’s initiative brought upon the inception of the Special Task Force for Anti Terrorism two years ago, which a Commissioner of Police (a three-star-officer) was appointed as a Director.

The Royal Malaysian Police earned internal security agencies respect on the effort against terrorism.

Musa was a true blue CID man. It is not common for a non SB being promoted to the Top Cop post (Unlike his predecessors Tan Sri Abdul Rahman Ismail, Tun Mohd, Haniff Omar, Tan Sri Rahim Noor and Tan Sri Norian Mai). Regardless, under the circumstances, variables of threats and weaknesses and limitations that he faced especially in terms of resources and Government’s bureaucracy, which include the Government under PM ‘Flip-Flop’ Dato’ Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi administration that made it more difficult, Musa Hassan did exemplary well.

Combating crime and terrorism did show result.  Crime reduction is one of the core of the National Key Results Area (NKRA) and the statistics illustrating that there are improvements of Malaysia becoming a safer place to be. Crime rate fell by 15% and street crime by 39%. Police nowadays made the presence felt, especially in ‘hot spots’, mostly in the urban areas. Musa led the Police Force against all odds to get the work done.

Borrowing war time British PM Sir Winston Churchill’s immortal words, “Never before so many owed to so few”.

WE WISH TO EXPRESS OUR UTMOST SINCERE EXPRESSION OF GRATITUDE AND APPRECIATION FOR PROVIDING THE BLANKET OF SECURITY, SO THAT MAJORITY OF US SLEEP SOUNDLY AT NIGHT AND BE PRODUCTIVE IN THE DAY


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  1. Why is it that he is being shunned like a leper? No farewell even by his peers. Most feel that he is good riddance to bad rubbish. His ultimate act of betrayal to the nation is his conspiracy to bring down ex-CCID chief Ramli Yusof, lawyer Rosli Dahlan and Brig Gen Yasin. This will not be the end of Musa Hassan. Justice will be extracted from him and his ilk.

    • Like Bigdog wrote. “served the Police Force with only the fear of God “. I dont think he was looking for popularity.

      If only we can make him a Senator, it would be nice: followed by an appointment as Menteri Dalam Negri. I think most of our bloggers can then stand down

      mohamed

  2. I’m sure he has his faults but he did what he has to do for the security of the country especially from the mobs disguising as MPs and politicians. Thank You Sir!

  3. we should have more people like ts musa. he might have done wrong (according to habib rak) but we may not be able to count his good deeds for this nation! the so-called ‘conspiracy’ only shows us the same accusations by bro nwar to deviate many more nwar the traitor’s ugly activities…

  4. he’s the real bullshit!!!!

  5. excellent satire piece, sir! keep ’em coming.

  6. The revelation by the outgoing concerning certain interference in police work finally explains some bizarre events that eventually tarnished the Police force.

    Tan Sri Musa, working under situations he can’t control, has indeed done an excellent job under the circumstances.

  7. […] Inspector General of the Police Tan Sri Musa Hj Hassan fearlessly admitted that his frustration being the Top Cop is the interference of the “Third […]

  8. You have served the country well for 41 years.

    Thank You Sir.

  9. […] Iskandar Mohd. Akin. Beliau membuat tuduhan liar dengan melibat pegawai tinggi Polis termasuk Ketua Polis Negara (yang baru bersara) Tan Sri Musa Hj Hassan. Sebahagian dari tuduhan liar Shamsul “Telah menjadi open secret atau rahsia umum penglibatan […]


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