Pot calling the kettle black

 

The pathetic Drama King: Mat King Leather

Today, Speaker of Dewan Rakyat Tan Sri Paduka Amin Mulia who is the de facto authority representing His Majesty Seri Paduka Baginda Yang DiPertuan Agong ordered the suspension of Party-Positionless-Opposition Leader Anwar “Mat King Leather” Ibrahim. Three other Pakatan Rakyat buffoons were also ordered out of the august house.

The Star reported this from Dewan Rakyat:

Published: Thursday December 16, 2010 MYT 10:31:00 AM
Updated: Thursday December 16, 2010 MYT 12:54:58 PM

Anwar, three Pakatan MPs, suspended for six months (Update)

By LEE YUK PENG and TEH ENG HOCK

KUALA LUMPUR: Opposition Leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim was suspended from Parliament over the Apco issue, while the motion to cite Pakatan Rakyat MPs Karpal Singh, R. Sivarasa and Azmin Ali for contempt was also passed.

All four were suspended for six months.

Earlier, Opposition MPs staged a walk-out when Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Datuk Seri Nazri Abd Aziz began to read a second motion to cite three MPs for contempt.

Amidst shouts, the first motion to suspend Anwar was pronounced passed without debate.

Karpal (DAP-Bukit Gelugor) said they would take case to court.

“There’s a precedent in the case of Gobind Singh (Deo). It’s so blatant that it cannot be defended,” he said.

Earlier Thursday, pandemonium ruled on the morning of Parliament’s last session for the year as Opposition MPs protested loudly against the motion to suspend four Opposition leaders.

At Thursday, Nazri began to read the motion, amidst shouts and protests from Opposition MPs.

Some remained standing, displaying placards, while backbenchers responded by thumping on their tables to drown shouts of “Apco”.

The motion called for the suspension of Karpal, Sivarasa (PKR-Subang) and Azmin (PKR-Gombak) for contempt, and Anwar, following a motion by the Rights and Privileges Committee recommended the PKR adviser be suspended for six months for having linked the 1Malaysia concept and international consulting firm Apco Worldwide engaged by the government with the “One Israel” campaign.

Karpal and Sivarasa are alleged to have violated Standing Order 85 pertaining to the fact that information and documents adduced before a select committee cannot be made public by anyone before the committee reports to the house.

The motion also stated that Azmin, via a notice dated Dec 6 under Standing Order 18(1), had referred to the information and documents adduced during the Dec 3 meeting of the committee.

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This what the foreign wires reported on at today’s circus:

 

By Agence France-Presse, Updated: 12/16/2010

Malaysian opposition leader Anwar suspended from parliament

Malaysian opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim and three of his allies were suspended from parliament for six months on Thursday in votes that triggered pandemonium and an opposition walkout.

Anwar, who is also facing trial on sodomy charges that he says are a political conspiracy, was this week found guilty of misleading members in a row over a national unity slogan.

He had criticised the government’s “One Malaysia” slogan aimed at uniting the multiracial nation, which he said had been copied from the “One Israel” political alliance of former Israeli prime minister Ehud Barak in 1999.

The charge is highly sensitive in Muslim-majority Malaysia, which has no diplomatic relations with Israel and is a supporter of a Palestinian state.

The government on Wednesday cited three senior opposition MPs for contempt for criticising the parliamentary disciplinary probe against Anwar, and demanded that they also serve six-month suspensions.

“It’s so clear, it’s blatantly biased,” Anwar said after the suspension votes against the four were carried in parliament, where the ruling coalition has a clear majority. “It’s a mockery of the entire proceedings.”

The votes were held after chaotic scenes in the house where debate was drowned out by a half-hour shouting match, and opposition lawmakers unfurled placards reading “Save the Parliament”.

They later staged a walkout, chanting “Shame on you”.

Anwar was once a deputy prime minister in the ruling coalition but was sacked and jailed a decade ago on separate sex and corruption charges widely seen as politically motivated.

He spent six years in jail before the original sex conviction was overturned, and returned to parliament at the helm of a reinvigorated opposition which made huge strides in 2008 elections.

New polls are expected to be held early next year, but although the suspension will bar Anwar from attending parliamentary debates, his party says it will not sideline him or affect its election preparations.

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As expected, they stage their usual drama. Prepared placards were already put in place, ready for the cameras. Particularly the foreign media. Hence, there are those English language placards, despite they in Parliament and the official language is Malay.

A typical 'Drama' by Pakatan Rakyat Primates attempting to play the role of representative of the rakyat

It is baffling what these Oppositions are made of. It is obvious they have minimal respect for order and authority nor rules and regulations. “Justice prevails” ONLY when the judgment is on their side.

Otherwise, “Justice is dead”, “Doomsday for demoracy” or worse still, “End of civilisation as we know it”.

The fact remains: Former-abuse-of-power-convict Anwar “Drama King” Ibrahim was allowed a week to present himself with evidence and substantiate his claims to the Parliamentary  Rights and Privilegse Select Committee for allegations on the ‘Apco-gate’. He vehemently refused to do so. Strong suspicions point towards him being his usual self  ‘Politics of Hate’  strategy the past  twelve and quarter years: Throw baseless allegations and sensationalise it and whenever actions are taken against him, controversialise it via media especially the foreign based that he is a victim of ‘hegemony’.

Nothing new. We have seen it all.

This is process of suspending the Permatang Pauh MP is by far in accordance with Parliamentary Regulations and Rules of Conduct. In fact, by comparison BN ADUNs have been send off from respective State Assemblies with far lesser conduct by the Pakatan Rakyat appointed Speakers in their majority controlled State Assemblies. Selangor Opposition Leader Dato’ Seri Dr Mohamad Khir Toyo and Penang Opposition Leader Dato’ Azhar Ibrahim suffered on the draconian power crazy Pakatan Rakyat Speakers.

BN ADUN Sungai Panjang Khir was suspended for a year along with four other BN ADUNs by the Selangor State Assembly Rights and Privielges Commmittee.

Wednesday May 20, 2009

Khir Toyo suspended from state assembly

By WANI MUTHIAH

SHAH ALAM: Former Selangor Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Dr Mohd Khir Toyo is slapped with a string of harsh calls for him to be suspended from the state assembly – as well as the suspension of his state assemblyman’s allowances and privileges.

The state assembly’s Rights and Privileges Committee made the recommendations after finding Dr Khir guilty of not attending an inquiry in March into the disbursement of state agency funds.

The inquiry was conducted by the state assembly’s Select Committee on Competence, Accountability and Transparency (Selcat) to investigate the channelling of state funds to Balkis – the Wives of Selangor Assemblymen and MPs Welfare and Charity Organisation.

The Rights and Privileges Committee also found Dr Khir guilty of three other charges of making disparaging remarks and negative statements about Selcat in the media and on his blog, said State Speaker Teng Chang Kim.

For not turning up at the inquiry, Dr Khir was slapped with a one-year suspension, and six months each for the three consecutive charges.

Teng, who announced this after chairing the Rights and Privileges Committee meeting at the state secretariat building yesterday, said all the suspensions would run concurrently.

Given this, Dr Khir would be barred from the state legislative assembly and denied of his allowances for one year.

Four other Barisan Nasional assemblymen Datuk Warno Dogol (Sabak Bernam), Datuk Mohd Idris Abu Bakar (Hulu Bernam), Mohd Isa Abu Kassim (Batang Kali) and Datuk Marsum Paing (Dengkil) were also found guilty of attacking Selcat in the media.

They were all suspended six months each without allowances and privileges.

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BN ADUN Penaga Azhar for six months after he was referred to the Penang DUN Rights and Privileges and Committee proposed by DAP ADUN Datuk Keramat Jagdeep Singh Deo.

Azhar suspended from Penang state assembly for 6 months

2010/11/01 

GEORGE TOWN: State Opposition leader Datuk Azhar Ibrahim was today suspended from the Penang state assembly for six months after refusing to retract alleged seditious remarks during a May 16 assembly.Azhar, the Penaga assemblyman, had been accused of using the seditious words and issuing “May 13” threats during Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng’s speech to the assembly.

The Umno assemblyman’s suspension, effective Aug 17 to February next year, also sparked a walkout by all the 11 Barisan Nasional (BN) members in the state legislature.
He was alleged to have warned of May 13 racial riots and suggested the army take over the functions of the police if the latter had lost the confidence of the people.

He was referred to the assembly’s rights and privileges committee after a motion tabled by Jagdeep Singh Deo (DAP-Datuk Keramat) was accepted.

The suspension was recommended by Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng and conveyed to the assembly by state assembly Speaker Datuk Abdul Halim Hussain.
However, his allowances as the state assemblyman would not be affected by the suspension while Teluk Bahang assemblyman Datuk Seri Dr Hilmi Yahaya would take over his role as Opposition Leader.

Azhar later told reporters that the suspension was an attempt by the Pakatan Rakyat-led state government to silence him and prevent him from attending the state assembly as he was always vocal.

“I don’t have to apologise because I did not do anything wrong,” he told reporters when asked why he did not apologize when asked to do so repeatedly. – BERNAMA

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Presently, BN Kota Siputeh ADUN Dato’ Abu Hassan Sarip is on an indefinite suspension from the Kedah State Assembly.

What the Pakatan Rakyat MPs demonstrated in Dewan Rakyat today totally not reflective of their call for ‘civil society’. They themselves are not civil when the same rulings they invoke onto BN Opposition Leaders in their majority controlled State Assemblies. This ‘Double Standard’ is very apparent.

Again, this is about ‘Drama’. Pakatan Rakyat especially PKR is formed and continuously practice ‘drama’ as its strategic tool to remain ‘relevant’ in the eyes of the gullible fence sitters. The inherent and compounding problems with Pakatan Rakyat which is actually snowballing into a very complicated enigma of problems needed a lot of ‘tai chis’, ‘diversion’ and most of ‘cover ups’. Bad enough an ‘Unholy-marriage-of-backstabbing-strange-bedfellows’ distrust each other. Now their true colours are being portrayed for Malaysians and the world to see.

The face of a 'Monster'

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lets not forget the recent weekend’s explosive revelation of Singaporean intelligence reported to their Aussie and American ‘masters’ on Anwar “Compulsive Sodomite” Ibrahim’s unlawful sexual habits, is something very damning to PKR which is the central pillar of Pakatan Rakyat. PKR, which is the union of Parti KeAdilan Nasional and Parti Rakyat Malaysia was formed to legalise and institutionalised ‘Reformasi’, launched days after Anwar was sacked from the exhalted and heir apparent job of Deputy Prime Minister of Malaysia on 2 September 1998.

 

The 'Former-Future-Prime-Minister' by deception

However, it is not for the blinded gullibles who still is hopeful that Pakatan  Rakyat would make a change. Then again, Malaysians needed to be reminded that Anwar “Liar, Liar” Ibrahim’s ’16 September 2008 Federal Government takeover’ never came and since then, Pakatan Rakyat has lost 5% of its strength (with the departure of PKR MPs Dato’ Zahrain Hashim, Tan Tee Beng, Hj Mohsin Fadzil and Wee Choo Keong and expulsion of Kulim Bandar-Baru MP Zulkifli Nordin) instead of ‘acquiring’ 38% more support (as promised, “31 BN MPs”)  to legally form the Federal Government. In the final analysis, they have now become 43% deficit in realising the ‘False Hope’ of change.

Its not a case of ‘pot calling the kettle black’ anymore, Its ‘black pots remaining black’. Then, now and forever.

*Updated 1730hrs

The drama continues. As expected, these PR Primates create situation so that actions be taken against them despite they break the law.

Published: Thursday December 16, 2010 MYT 5:13:00 PM

Police arrest two PR supporters over march

By STEVEN CHIEW

KUALA LUMPUR: Two men were arrested when some 30 Pakatan Rakyat supporters tried to march from Parliament towards the Malaysian Human Rights Commission (Suhakam).

Those arrested were PKR Youth exco member Lee Khai Loon and Padang Serai PKR division secretary G. Pravin.

They were arrested for disobeying the police instructions when asked to not to march to Suhakam, which is located about 2km away from Parliament.

The PKR supporters were planning to march to Suhakam to show their dissatisfaction over the suspension of four opposition MPs, including Opposition Leader Anwar Ibrahim.

The march, headed by PKR Youth chief Shamsul Iskandar, was stopped by police who have been stationed at the Parliament since morning.

However, after the two were arrested and taken away, the other supporters negotiated with the police to three representatives to go to the Suhakam headquarters.

The rest then dispersed.

Other three suspended MPs are R. Sivarasa (PKR-Subang), Azmin Ali (PKR-Gombak) and Karpal Singh (DAP-Bukit Gelugor).

 

 

 

 

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  1. We sure do not need these kinds of Opposition to represent us! I think they are so full of personal priorities, their presence in the DEWAN is merely publicity stunt!

    What aa waste, when we the hopeful Rakyat, need rational leaders to lead us..

  2. Biggie,

    I really pity the constituents of these 77 parliamentary districts. They voted political animals in the true literal sense!

    How can the nation move forward if we hv oppositions like these? They use parliament just like performing in a three ring circus!

    Malaysians owe themselves a better deal.

  3. Thank you.

    We must agree with you. The fact that these Opposition MPs alleviated a sodomite and abuse-of-power leader as their Boss is beyond comprehension and defied logic.

  4. The opposition leaders have black heart. That is why they like to make ruckus like monkeys in the zoo.

  5. This is what happens when you let a Homo lead you.
    Everything has to be drama-drama

    Best to ignore Homo and concentrate on PAS who let a Homo let them.

    Believe some PAS sympathisers can be “Turned Over” to the Gomen.

  6. Anwar is the most qualified and should be sworn in as the first Prime Minister in SEPILOK,SANDAKAN,SABAH.Am very sure all the orang utans in SEPILOK will welcome him and dont be surprise the orang utans will welcome him with tuak and pisang emas.

    • 1 Melayu,

      I’m glad that you think that way, brother. I know that I can count on you guys if it comes to the crunch.

  7. Such a shame these so-called Members of Parliament who behave badly and get thrown out of Parliamentary meetings. Breaking Parliamentary procedures, not obeying the Speaker simply do not an MP make.

    In Taiwan, Members of Parliament physically fight, scramble one on top of the other like monkeys. In Malaysia one DAP State Legislative Assemblyman in full regalia climbed the table, stood up and shouted at his opponents like a goon. Now in Parliament these people engage in a shouting match.

    One Professor has stated his observation that law makers in this country do not have the level of maturity of advanced countries. Why are we electing such blokes into our Parliament? Maybe we voters, too, are blokes.

    Let’s grow up and be broad mined, dear voters. Don’t vote such people into Parliament or DUNs. Especially a former DPM who does not behave with decorum in Parliament and got thrown out.


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