Mathir a traitor should be tried for treason…selling off Malaysia to foreigners. To this low life, grappling power and filling his family wallet reign supreme.
The call for the RCI was loud during the recent annual congress of Parti Bersatu Sabah (PBS), United Pasokmomogun Kadazandusun Murut Organisation (Upko) and Liberal Democratic Party (LDP), and it is also expected to feature prominently at the forthcoming Parti Bersatu Rakyat Sabah (PBRS) meeting. PBS is the second largest BN component party in Sabah after Umno, while Upko, a PBS splinter party, is an equally important partner, the third largest. Sabahans have a genuine fear that they will one day be outnumbered by foreigners immigrants. With the 13th general election expected soon, the clamour for a Royal Commission of Inquiry to investigate the issue of foreigners and illegal immigrants in Sabah allegedly granted citizenship is getting louderIs this how the Celup explains away the fact that his father was an immigrant from Kerala, India? And why does he not call himself — bin Iskandar Kutty? Is he ashamed to acknowledge that he was was sired by Iskandar Kutty?Project M was a nefarious scheme devised by the fascists to inundate Sabah with Muslim immigrants from Kalimantan and the Philippines. The purpose was twofold: i) to make the indigenous people like the Kadazans a minority in their own land ii) to provide a convenient ‘vote bank’ for UMNO. The project was mainly implemented during the Mahathir administration. The sad thing is that quislings in the Sabah leadership worked hand in glove with UMNO to betray the true Sabahans. This tragic episode in our history like the genocide against the Armenians by the Turks must be thoroughly investigated and brought to the attention of the international community. Mahathir and his sons are extremely rich and we ordinary Malaysians are puzzled as to how they could have accumulated their wealth legitimately. It behooves the Celup & Sons to declare their assets publicly and explain to us how they acquired them… Umno-owned newspaper Utusan Malaysia appears to be deliberately fomenting conflict by suggesting a conspiracy to prove right Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad’s controversial remarks that multicultural Malaysians are increasingly racial in the run-up to key national polls, the DAP’s Lim Kit Siang said today.
The opposition federal lawmaker wants Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak to act and rein in the widely-read Malay broadsheet for allegedly stoking religious tensions in the country, after the paper ran a controversial report on its front page today titled “Haram sokong DAP (Forbidden to support DAP)”.
Lim lashed out at Utusan for acting irresponsibly in publishing as news, a report citing one Islamic religious scholar who declared it “haram (forbidden)” for Muslims to support the DAP. — file pic
“There seems to be a conspiracy to prove Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad right with regard to the former prime minister’s prediction in June that the next general election will centre on race as ‘Malaysia has become more racial than ever’!” Lim said in a statement.
Dr Mahathir, who was the country’s fourth and longest-serving prime minister, had controversially declared at a public forum here on June 28 that the 13th general elections will be about race as Malaysians were growing more polarised.
“They want to be identified by their race, even if they have lost the connection with their country of origin,” said the still-influential Dr Mahathir at a forum on politics and business, adding, “That is why there are now more racial politics than before.”
Lim lashed out at Utusan for acting irresponsibly in publishing as news, a report citing one Islamic religious scholar who declared it “haram (forbidden)” for Muslims to support the DAP but saying that MCA and MIC were acceptable because the two Barisan Nasional (BN) parties recognised Islam’s pre-eminence.
“A newspaper which could publish a front-page headline like “Haram sokong DAP” is an anti-national and anti-Malaysia newspaper,” the Ipoh-Timor MP said.
He said if the newspaper had highlighted a report with the incendiary title against BN’s main party, Umno, or any other component party within the ruling coalition, the Home Ministry immediately would have banned the paper from publishing.
“But here we have the prime minister, the home minister and the ruling coalition condoning if not endorsing such a irresponsible, despicable and seditious publication!” Lim said.
“Will Najib, who prattles about ‘moderates of the world unite’ in international forums, take action against Utusan Malaysia for another example of extremist, irresponsible, incendiary, seditious, anti-national gutter journalism calculated to foment racial ill-will, religious distrust and undermine national unity?” he challenged.
The paper had today reported an Islamic religious teacher, Abdullah Sa’amah, as saying that Muslims must not vote for DAP and its two allies PAS and PKR in the federal opposition pact of Pakatan Rakyat (PR) in the 13th general election that must be called by April next year.
“DAP’s fight does not accept the country’s (Federal) Constitution, they want equality (for) Islam and (other religions), temples and mosques (they) also want equality,” Abdullah was quoted as saying by Utusan.
“(It is) compulsory for the Muslims in PAS, Umno, and Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) to reject DAP that is looking for ways to take power by voting in elections.”
“It is also sinful (berdosa) to support parties that co-operate with DAP because supporting them means we also support DAP because they are one pact (pakatan),” said the founder of the Pondok Geting religious school in Tumpat.
Sabah’s populace numbered 651,304 in 1970 and grew to 929,299 a decade later. But in the two decades following 1980, the state’s population rose significantly by a staggering 1.5 million people, reaching 2,468,246 by 2000. Media reports said that as of 2010, this number has grown further to 3.12 million, with foreigners making up a sizeable 27 per cent or 889,799 of the population. Government aware and seriously look at the issue and RCI will be fully implemented soon. Members of parliament and assemblymen from both sides of the political divide as well as non-governmental organisations (NGOs) have since then raised the matter continuously. PBS, Upko and several NGOs have also submitted memorandums containing “proof” of foreigners and illegal immigrants being issued with MyKad to the relevant authorities.Sabah’s 1960 population was 454,561. The numbers shot up to 1.7 million in 1991 and as of 2005, it stood at more than 3.3 million. Women, Family and Community Development Ministry secretary-general Datuk Noorul Ainur Mohd Nur recently revealed that the immigrant population in some districts in the state had already surpassed the local population.Upko was even bolder. Stopping short of threatening to quit the coalition if the request was not granted, its president Tan Sri Bernard Dompok said it was pointless to be part of the federal cabinet and the government if the core struggle of the party was not given due consideration. Concern is mounting about the unusual growth of Sabah’s population over the last 20 years, particularly between 1990 and 2005.
BN leaders considered Sabah its “fixed deposit” after the state BN won 24 of the 25 parliamentary seats in the last general election. PBS president Tan Sri Joseph Pairin Kitingan told deputy chairman and Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin, that the fear that foreigners may one day outnumber locals was genuine and merited utmost attention from the Federal Government. PBS has been raising the issue since its inception in 1985. While supporting ongoing initiatives taken by the government to address the issue, delegates to its congress felt that the root of the problem needs to be identified and dealt with once and for all.By the way, the fascistic agenda euphemistically called the NEP has created an extensive class of economic parasites i.e. freeloaders and rent collectors, people who receive large sums of money while not doing any gainful work. Which is why an EP with a bunch of AP’s can own a Lamborghini while still being a petty trader (sic). And that is why the Ampang MRT Extension Project was awarded to a UMNO crony at a price far above the true cost. We the unprivileged citizens who through our sweat and blood fund the NEP will be reckoned as suckers if we continue to tolerate the grave injustices being heaped upon us. And you can be sure that posterity will never forgive us.
Was Narendra Modi cross examined or given an opportunity to justify himself in the nine hours when SIT interrogated him in 2010 about his role in 2002 riots?
Two years after he was questioned by the Supreme Court- appointed Special Investigation Team (SIT), it has emerged that chief minister Narendra Modi was put only straight questions, he was neither interrogated nor cross-questioned, during his questioning in connection with his alleged role in the 2002 riots.
High drama had been created when SIT summoned Modi to its office in Gandhinagar on March 23, 2010 to question him.
The questioning ran for nine hours and he was asked 71 questions by AK Malhotra, a senior member of SIT. The SIT questioned the CM on a petition filed by Zakia Jafri, widow of slain former Congress MP Ahsan Jafri, in the Supreme Court.
Nearly two years after the questioning, copies of the question-answer (questions put by SIT and answers given by Modi) were made available to media on last Thursday.
Looking at the SIT questions and Modi’s answers, it seems the SIT only asked him straight questions and it did not try to shoot cross-questions to corner him.readmore http://themalay-chronicle.blogspot.com/2012/08/the-utusan-malaysias1-melayu-1bumi.html