Seditious Anti-Constitutionalists

National laureate Abdul Samad Said was picked up  by Police minutes ago, for his involvement in the support of a pro-communist Malayan flag of 1947 on the eve of the 56th Merdeka Day at Dataran Merdeka.

Published: Wednesday September 4, 2013 MYT 1:47:00 AM
Updated: Wednesday September 4, 2013 MYT 1:51:18 AM

A Samad Said picked up by police


KUALA LUMPUR: National laureate Datuk A Samad Said was picked up by police following a controversial incident where he recited a poem in the presence of several Sang Saka Malaya flags at Dataran Merdeka on August 30.

“I am on the way to Dang Wangi now. I am being escorted by three policemen,” tweeted Samad, 81, who is Bersih co-chair.

Bersih co-chair Datuk Ambiga Sreenevasan confirmed his arrest to The Star.

His lawyer Latheefa Koya said Samad was picked up from his home by police officers at around 12.30am Wednesday.

Latheefa believed Samad’s arrest was connected to the Sang Saka Malaya incident.

“I am on the way to the station, so I cannot provide any more details as of now,” she said.

On Monday, activists Adam Adli and Hishamuddin Rais were detained in Dang Wangi for sedition where they were shown in a viral video clip flying the Sang Saka Malaya flags while Samad recited a poem in Dataran Merdeka.

The Sang Saka Malaya is a red-and-white flag with 12 yellow stars set in four columns reportedly proposed as Malaya’s national flag by an association in the 1940s.

It was reported that Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar had called on Samad to turn himself into the police over the matter.

Dang Wangi OCPD ACP Zainuddin Ahmad confirmed his arrest adding that he was being investigated for sedition.

Ambiga said she was shocked at the treatment meted out to the respected poet.

“Was his arrest at midnight just to take a statement truly warranted when they could have easily taken his statement tomorrow morning?

“Pak Samad is a Malaysian hero and this unnecessary harassment will earn the disgust of right thinking Malaysians although it appears the authorities care very little for what people think,” she told The Star.


Samad Said is no ‘Hero’. He is an anarchist and anti-Constitution.

It is gross disrespect for the nation for him and his anarchist comrades to do what they did to tarnish the Merdeka Eve celebrations with skewed and lies about Malaysia’s Kemerdekaan.

It is wrong for The Star to report the flag was proposed by “An association in the 1940s”. Putera-AMCJA is not “an association’. It was an outlawed political organisation which was supported by the same Min Yuens who supported and later fought as terrorists with the outlawed Malayan Communist Party.

Anti-Constitution and anarchist Hishamuddin Rais should be arrested and charged under Sedition Act 1948 for his seditious statements.

History have proven that the Malay leaders and strong support of the Malays via UMNO were the leading element and victors in this nation achieving Kemerdekaan. This was achieved through the wisdom via a series of negotiations, consultations and eventually a representation to go to White Hall, based on the support of the people through democratic means.

Unlike the leftists and communists, the right wing Malay leaders did not force themselves onto others nor did they need to shed any blood to achieve Kemerdekaan.  Thus, Malayans earned their respect for their ability in diplomacy. It is reflective immediately when Malayans presented themselves in international forum, such as the United Nations General Assembly.

Although British unilaterally declared the Malayan Union on 1 April 1948, it actually failed even after all HRH Rulers inked the declaration and it was announced in Westminster Palace because the Malays rejected the notion for making the Tanah Melayu a crown colony. The overwhelming support of the Malays was forceful enough to the British to consult HRH Rulers and a fresh round of negotiations followed suit.

As such, when Putera-AMCJA was formed in late 1947 and proposed their own version of leftist ‘Perlembagaan Rakyat’, HRH Rulers were already in the consultation and negotiations with the British for the post Malayan Union. These series of  consultations later were formalised into another series of negotiations in King’s House (Carcosa) between HRH Rulers and the British High Commission Sir Edward Gent.

Perundingan antara Raja Raja Melayu, wakil UMNO dan Pesuruhjaya British di King's House 20 Nov 1946

Perundingan antara Raja Raja Melayu, wakil UMNO dan Pesuruhjaya British di King’s House 20 Nov 1946

UMNO representing the Malays was part of the negotiations and was officially  accorded observer status.

Some of the articles that were included in the negotiations were the position of HRH Rulers, Islam as the religion of the Persekutuan Tanah Melayu, Malay as the official language, Special Rights of the Malays and determination of the subjects of HRH Rulers. All of these are still reflected in the Federal Constitution in the present day.

Perjanjian Persekutuan Tanah Melayu, 21 January 1948

Perjanjian Persekutuan Tanah Melayu, 21 January 1948

An agreement was achieved and inked on 21 January 1948 as the ‘Perjanjian Persekutuan Tanah Melayu’. The Federation of Malaya was established on 1 February 1948 where as the Malayan Union was officially disestablished on that date. The ‘Perjanjian Persekutuan Tanah Melayu’ treaty was the basis of the Federation of Malaya (now Malaysia) Constitution when Merdeka was fully achieved on 31 August 1957.

The Malayan Communist Party heightened their rebellion to gain control of the nation, after Persekutuan Tanah Melayu was officially formed with the agreement of HRH Rulers and UMNO, representing the Malays and British. They began to invoke brutal use of force in their harassment for power. After the murder of three British planters in Sungai Siput, Perak on 16 June 1948 by MCP troops, Emergency was declared.

The War against the Communist Terrorists had begun.

More than 18,000 lives, mostly Malayans, were lost during the 12 warring years of Emergency. Many of them are non combatants, women and children. The “Butchers of Malaya” invoked horrible atrocities, caused terrible pain and destroyed properties, homes and even villages, in their rebellion to form a communist state in Malaya.

In all fairness after gaining the landslide support of Malayans especially the Malays in the 1955 Federal Consultative Council general election and self rule of Persekutuan Tanah Melayu, Chief Minister and UMNO President Tunku Abdul Rahman Putra asked to meet Chin “Butcher of Malaya” Peng. The ‘Baling Talks’ was arranged. They met on 29 December 1955.

Persekutuan Tanah Melayu Chief Minister Tunku Abdul Rahman Putra with Singapore Chief Minister David Marshall and MCA President Tan Siew Sin at the ‘Baling Talks’, 29 December 1955

Amnesty was offered to the communist rebels and they are free to return to their Malayan home, provided they lay down arms. However, it was rejected and the war continued.

It is undeniable MCP and many of their leaders were leading component and activists of Putera-AMCJA. The attempt to glorify the Putera-AMCJA struggle for independence which include flying their flag at present day when the fact that Kemerdekaan was achieved by the tireless work of Tunku Abdul Rahman Putra and other founding fathers and their non violence approach should be regarded as anti-Constitution, an attempt to commit anarchy and being seditious.

“31 Ogos bukanlah Hari Kemerdekaan. 31 Ogos ialah Hari Malapetaka!”.

These band of bandits in the likes of Hishamuddin Rais. Samad Said, Ambiga and other Opposition leaders are trying manipulate history with their contentious intepretation of history and perpetuated lies, in the intention that the position of UMNO and the Malays are weakened. This is their only sordid hope to get the minority to overpower the majority and gain control over them.

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  2. Calling Samad Said a hero makes Ambiga just a little better than the dumb Mat Sabu, who by now must have realized that his calling communist terrorist Mat Indera a hero made him look so stupid that the voters rejected him and he lost at PRU13, is now a nobody, quiet, not much heard of these days.

    Samad Said was employed by Dewan Bahasa dan Pustaka, for a long time a nonentity, even when his DBP colleague Usman Awang became known. But when he got the laureate award, he seemed to have gone overboard, trying to attract attention to himself continuously thereafter, joined the kind of crowd that got into the news often because of their notoriety, not because of their wisdom and sobriety in thoughts and ideas. To me, he has a complex of sorts, and, like the others around him, not knowing fully the background of that Sang Saka Malaya flag beyond that it was a symbol of opposition against authority that he wants to propagate and be in the news. And it got him into trouble now and then. Including short of breath on a hot sunny day, a pitiful sight of an old man sitting down by the bridge near Pasar Seni during Bersih 2.0. And got him trips to the Police Station like late last night.

    Ambiga blaming the Police for dragging him out of his house late last night was stupid, isn’t it? The old man was fully aware that the Police was looking for him, no less than the IGP had advised him to surrender to the Police Station, yet he was adamant, pretending to be stone deaf, illiterate and blind all at the same time. And one can’t expect a SOB like Ambiga to advise the old man correctly because the lawyer, too, has been breaking laws, e.g knowing it was illegal to hold a rally without a Police permit especially those days before the Peaceful Assembly Act, yet went on Bersih 2.0 – she has been arrested, dragged to the Court, her case pending hearing, isn’t it?

    The moral fabric of society in this country has deteriorated since Tun Dol’s “flip-flopping, auto-piloting and sleepy administration”, and is now practically disintegrated, yet Najib repealed the ISA, EO, RRA and committed himself to discarding the Sedition Act. I support the calls for him to be replaced at the coming UMNO party elections and hope that there are branches and divisions submitting requests that the top post be contested.


    • It must be noted that there are some 13,000 lawyers in the country and now hundreds are being produced every year. Many are finding it difficult to make ends meet. Clients there may be, but the problem of clients not paying up lawyers’ invoices have long ago brought out the “up-front payment” tactic among lawyers – want service, pay first, i.e before service is given.

      Granted, many of the “Opposition” lawyers have an Opposition stand because of genuine belief in the Opposition, themselves having grouses against the Establishment. But I believe quite a few are eyeing on the funds remitted by the Neocons, Jews and Zionists in US and elsewhere to such NGOs as Bersih, Suaram, etc, a number of which have openly admitted receiving them. Ambiga herself has some years ago been reported as having several bank accounts, 1-2 of which had records of foreign remittances, allegedly for Bersih to promote activities that are in line with the interest of Zionist Jews to weaken Muslim-led governments the world over. Funds that were said to have been arranged by Anwar Al Juburi.

      And so, Lateefah Koya woke up late at night, rushed to the Police Station to meet Samad Said who Ambiga said Police had unfairly dragged him from his house late at night, despite he ignoring for days Police advice to voluntarily turn up to give his statement to the Police.

      Why “DEFEND THOSE WHO GO AGAINST THE LAW OF THE COUNTRY?“ Of course they’ll say that it’s the right of everyone to be defended, right or wrong. But my problem has been, the lawyers themselves breaking the law when they know it’s so. For example, Ambiga and the Bar Council so-called referees at the Bersih 2.0 Rally. Demonstrating without a Police permit was clearly breaking the law. It’s a hell of a situation in this country now, yet DS Najib want to do away with so many laws. Flabbergasting. Crazy.


      • Yes, demonstrating without a Police permit is breaking the law. Read the latest decision by the Appeals Court:

        Appeals Court rules provision in Police Act constitutional
        Sin Chew Jit Poh – ‎46 minutes ago‎

        PUTRAJAYA, Sept 4 (Bernama) — In a majority decision, the Court of Appeal here today ruled that the provisions in the Police Act 1967 which state that the public is required to obtain a permit for public assemblies, is constitutional.

  4. Sham rais was and is a coward. Got his tail between his legs and ran when things got muddy for him.

    Adam adli has no aura. No charisma. And to top it off, is not very smart. His english is laughable. Cant feel his vibes as he is just a dumb guy who was a no one from primary to high school. Sudenly wants to shoot uo and become a hero.

    Similar to the shortest guy in a fight. Always wanting to be the bravest.

    Samad is no hero. Just an impotent old man who hasnt shagged in a while and wanting attention. I dont know whether his novels are still used in school, if it is, then the government is funding this asshole to be a prick.

    Ambiga is just an out of place pariah. Lots of cellulite. How the hell did this ugly mofo get elevated so high? She is an agent saboteur with calibre. Someone should do a background check on her. Seems like she has training? A classic wind up merchant. Should be thrown into ISA.

  5. Btw big dog. Congrats on the platform. Your blog attracts the most articulate of malays. And im saying this by this comment section and how well the english is in here.

    Was wondering how many are actually umno members? Now that would make for a good stat. Could you make a pole to gauge?


    • English sangat well ….tapi pole cuma bolih untuk lompat tinggi bukan untuk gauge.

      Kalau buat poll mungkin ahli PKR akan mengaku jadi ahli UMNO. Lebih baik minta nombor keahlian baru sah.

    • Thank you.

      It doesn’t matter to us if they are UMNO members or not. What is important is the arguments and debate they brought into postings of this blog.

      These postings and all the opinion, sharing of thoughts, arguments and debates that come with them would be some point of reference for many others.

      That would play its unique role in strengtheing any notion if and when the same issues, opinion and/or analysis are being continued and extended elsewhere, even in physical forums.

      That is why we greatly appreciate good comments and allow level minded debates in this blog.

      Again, thank you

      • I wanted to see whether the smart ones on here are umno or fence sitters. If the good ones are fence sitters, then someday, which may be soon, shit will hit the fan if things dont change.

        If there are umno members, hope things and plans are being set in motion in the background to start a change.

        Good day Bigdog and thanks on this wonderful joint.

  6. Salam Saudara Blogger yg hebat,

    Pohon link kan pautan ni untuk dikongsi dalam blog sahabat.

    Marilah kita bersama sama berjuang untuk membantu rakyat Malaysia yg dalam kesusahan.

    Bantu mereka yang ditindas dan cuba membawa masalah rakyat untuk kita selesaikan bersama.

    Salam perkenalan

  7. From a poet turns activist but an activist is a prerequisite for being an  anarchist. Indeed Pak Samad Said has turned into an anarchist and Hihammuddin Rais is a borne anarchist. Both of them have one in common, “If I can’t dance to it, it’s not my revolution.”,Emma Goldman.

    What it seems to be, Pak Samad is a participant in anarchism which is worst of being an anarchist. A subtly anti-dogmatic Guru who does not have a single domestic view. More than that, he does not hold a body of doctrine as pursuant by his desire. In fact, his action seem not to pay attention to norms, rules and laws that everyone of us obeys.

    But I think, Pak Samad is more of an individual anarchism blended with anarcho-communism sneaking into program of social and political movements to justify his thoughts. A popularity he assumes to proceed with a sort of premise with anarcho-pacifism.

    A sophisticated man who drags himself into partisanship. As widely understood, he has been carrying negative connotation with his own choice in a wrong place and time, poor man indeed!

    • Sori la I cannot see sophistication in the man. And sori again, I am not the literature type, cannot appreciate his poems etc. Didn’t even read his poems, novel etc. (Aiseh, why am I sorry-ing when I have a right to an opinion ..)

      Mebbe I refuse to read any of his stuff even if I was interested to, because he chose the wrong crowd to associate with. Ambiga, Anwar and all, what the …

  8. Waaah Painkiller judas priest, nice to hear your compliment. Hope that includes me, too. If so, teman naik tocang le sikit, bro. You really are a pain soother saying those in these stressful times – almost typed soothsayer just now, hehe.

    Now wanna say what has been said before and must be repeated time and again until the message knock a dent into the heads of those siapa makan cili terasa pedas – those who are seditious, not respecting and unwilling to live by the Constitution of the country should migrate. No matter what skin colour, what thinking cap they have. If not, then blardy hell, respect and live by the Constitution, the sensitive articles in the Constitution and all.

    And these must include respecting our national flag. These blokes have no clue about loyalty and patriotism to the country. High time schools teach those during History class which is now compulsory – txs to TS Muhyiddin.

    • Of course it includes you bro.

      Seems to be a lot of good people on here and it makes me feel good to know that there are very good malays who are smart and articulate that really care and can put a good view or two.

      This place is the place to be, at least for me.

      The thing is, the country is descending into anarchy. How many more times will ambiga be allowed to roam and graze?

      Anywhere else in the world, either she would have been locked up or preferably lynched. Same goes for adam adli and samad serabai.

      No stern action taken but a mere slap on the wrist.

      Wonder why the authorities are so afraid of these assholes?

  9. when hishamuddin was hollering ‘ ini lah bendera tanah melayu… ‘ i thought i saw those cinabeng cringe for a few millisecs.

    freud couldn’t have observed better.

    bunch of whackos, all

  10. The common denominator for Samad Said, Hishamuddin Rais and the long-haired cikgu-wannabe young punk is their need for publicity, to be in the limelight. Once tasting it, they get addicted to it.

    Samad Said never had it so good. The national award did not make him a household name. His doodling along, walking sometimes precariously among the Bersih crowd, did. Suddenly he found what he thought was respect. In he went, humpty-dumpty-ing around. Never mind that they just wanted somebody with a bit of a brand like national laureate to lend some credibility to the crowd of law breakers.

    And wasn’t Hishamuddin Rais one of those called “professional students” in the UK? Supposedly studying but never graduated. When others of his time got scholarships and went by air, those like him, without the prerequisite basic university entrance qualification, hopped on merchant navy ships, worked as sailors to the nearest destination on the way to London. Then hitch-hiked the rest of the way to long dreamed-of England. Registered as students in any outfit that could enable them to stay in the UK.

    Then found themselves drifting with the Hyde Park Speaker’s Corner and such crowds, attending every political and/or human rights street demos, in between dish washing, bar tending or restaurant waiting jobs. Year in and year out, free, as the birds in the trees, no substance, no real responsibility. After decades abroad, returned to Malaysia for one reason or another, wonder what job Hishamuddin has been doing here, if any.

    Do they lose anything? No. But if imprisoned on any of the charges leveled at them, yes. The old man might even lose some white janggut to lice on the prison bed. So, we continue shouting for them to be arrested, charged and imprisoned.

    On Ambiga – that’s another story.

  11. […] It is grossly unfathomable why there are ingrate Malaysians who benefited so much from this land of plenty, try so hard to demean the country and to a point of insulting the Jalur Gemilang. […]

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