Wednesday, March 4, 2009

From the Tree, There's Still Hope After All!

Take today's big event where people from all walks came to show support of the real democracy and seeing it live outside the State building just by the tree. What does that tell you? There's many inferences and answers that can be conjured from that very key even itself. Then move along the main road to the High Court where Barisan Nasional wanted so bad to restrain the Speaker, that a Judicial Commissioner - not a judge said yes to their need but some law experts who are better than a judicial commissioner felt that that man erred in intepretation of the law.

Yes, people see Barisan Nasional now, unlike 10 to 15 years ago that they are being hyporcrites. They can go and criticize anyone that falls under anti-establishment of their liking category. When the other end criticizes BN for making a mistake, they'd go out and whack people gangster style, ala PEKIDA.

After today's event, there are some who say that Pakatan and the people are fighting in a war that they cannot win because the other side has the manpower and weaponry that the current side does not have. Or some say that it is not legal to do it under a tree and otherwise. But what about the infamous saying, "the enemy of my enemy is my friend?" In this case, we are likely to see one in the form of Abdullah Badawi. And yes, many are now wishing for him to stay on as the Prime Minister rather than having Najib as the next one.

Whacking Najib In UMNO's own Turf

Why is there a Warkah untuk PM billboard in Jalan Syed Putra? That's a sinister hint that suggests that Abdullah could remain as PM beyond April 1. It is less than three weeks away from the UMNO general assembly. Now many people don't want Najib as PM. Good, because even there is a protest (silent one) from the gerombolan end.

Yesterday, I only mentioned of the ex-UMNO strongman, Teluk Kemang MP Kamarul Abbas saying that Abdullah is absolutely unhappy that how Najib Tun Razak staged a coup de tat to take over Perak although it violates federal and state level constituition. Badawi knew that Najib badly wanted the covert post of PM and UMNO president. He also realized that Najib was actually responsible for the disastrous results of the 2008 GE. Twice he has given the chance to make amends in the two major by-elections, but he failed again.

After announcing of the decision not to recontest for UMNO presidency, Abdullah got the notion of how Najib can get all except one nominations for the President: money. If the scenario goes as what was dictated, it would be Muhyiddin as no 2 and Khir Toyo as Youth post, given that how the three gives money to people to get nominations. So corruption is rampant out there.

Hence the MACC. During it's unofficial operations, most of the arrests made or corruption cases happened mostly in Pahang. Almost 900 reports from UMNO itself. When Sirul testifed how he was made the scapegoat during the Altantuya murder trial, Abdullah has already gathered extra piece of information and proof of Najib's misconduct and corruptions. The Altantuya murder case is a big piece of affair that could put Najib out for good. And definitely the time to unleash it is during the UMNO general assembly.

If that piece is too big, Abdullah might resort to solutions, which is declaring those nominations made are null and void, and has to be done with tight supervision (read: no money for nominations). UMNO's achilles heel is always money and the economy monopoly and when playing with no money, they'd get whacked, explode or implode, call anything if you will.

Najib wanted to put Nizar, Karpal and Pete badly under the ISA. Papers on the three have been prepared by Syed Hamid by Abdullah Badawi has rejected it outright, putting a dent.

The berita Gempar

The berita Gempar is that two UMNO men are applying for the injunction to stop the assembly until all corruption cases have been cleared. Remember that the count is approximately 900 of the cases.

Bad Apples Under Penal Code 124

Section 124 of the Penal Code reads as follows:

"Whoever, with the intention of inducing or compelling or attempting to induce or compel a member of Parliament or of any legislative assembly or of any state executive council to exercise or refrain from exercising in any manner the lawful powers of such member, assaults or wrongfully restrains, or attempts wrongfully to restrain, or overawes by means of criminal force, or the show of criminal force, or attempts so to overawe, such member shall be punished with imprisonment for a term which may extend to seven years, and shall also be liable to a fine."

The Perak CPO, Datuk Zulkifli Abdullah, has breached Section 124 of the Penal Code. Technically, therefore, he can be charged for a criminal offence -- and, if found guilty, can be jailed or fined, or both. That is the law and one just can’t avoid punishment if one has broken the law. - From Malaysia Today

If it isn't enough, the OCPD and the state Secretary could be charged under that criminal offence as well. Aren't you people out there happy?

The Last Word

The next round I go back to Ipoh, I would like to find that tree and proudly have a picture taken of that spot. That spot marks the unconventional place of where an assembly session is held, no thanks to the extended entity of the Gerombolan, the cops. It also came a shocking statement back in 1969 where someone from the EC said of the EC's role is not to be fair in conducting elections but instead tasked to make sure the Malays do not lose political power - meaning that EC is, as hinted in recent news pieces featuring them, is another extended entity of Barisan Nasional..

It was pretty silly for Barisan Nasional of not reading the state constituition over and over again to see whether if they are right or wrong. But what they did instead is getting someone to ugut them go give them whatever they want - the restraint order. Speaking of which, on something I saw at the Malaysian Insider:

Zambry’s legal team, which includes Umno legal advisor Datuk Hafarizam Harun, wants a stay of assembly proceedings pending the decision of the judge on the legality of Sivakumar’s decision to suspend the entire executive council for accepting their “unconstitutional” appointments

Is it what I am thinking that's the mystery man who told EC not to accept the vacancy decision of the Changkat Jering and Behrang seat?

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