Gerakan, make this your last stand – press statement

 Update: This statement was published in Malaysian Insider front page in toto this morning. Since it is now not available in front page, i will post  the link.


This is my press statement today:


 As head of Parti Gerakan Cheras,  I strongly condemn using the archaic and draconian Internal Security Act to arrest the three citizens of Malaysia, namely raja Petra, Tan Hoon Cheng  and Teresa Kok.


 My members and I demand the immediate release of  these three. If they have committed any wrong, they should be charged in court and not through detention without trial.


 The three year suspension on the UMNO division chairman who had reportedly uttered certain seditious word, and the arrest of the reporter under ISA who reported what the division head has allegedly said, smacked of double standard and differential application of the law.


This is like warning the person who set the fire  but arresting the one who reported the fire.


 By doing so, the government is further eroding its own support base, just to appease the interest of certain quarters. And this is not the way to regain people’s hearts. On the contrary, whatever little respect that people may still  have for the government would be totally lost.


 Component parties which took part in the BN council meeting recently to demand action must be wondering why things have come to such as a stage; why mild action is taken against the powerful ’warlord’ and stern action against the other helpless reporter. They must be wondering what actually went wrong. Parties like Gerakan, which have demanded that government  applies the laws of the country on those who uttered seditious remarks, must be surprised that instead, the whistle blower was being detained.


Members of these parties are asking what is happening? Is this what is perceived to be fair? Is this what true justice is? Even a child would have know better .


These parties must make a strong stand now. The future of the country is in the hands of  leaders of these parties. They must demand the unconditional release of these people arrested under ISA, failing which, they will have no choice but to shift their support away from UMNO and quit BN. 


As a grassroot member of Party Gerakan, I am calling upon the leaders of PGRM  to make this one last stand and make this their mission to free these scapegoats from the draconian laws. Release the detainees or Gerakan to quit!


 If the party fails to do this, then it would lose the little credibility that is still left, and I forewarn that there would be a great exodus of members out of the party

PLease also read :
Time for Gerakan to regain credibility
A square peg in a round hole-Gerakan and Permatang Pauh



44 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Alan
    Sep 13, 2008 @ 12:18:02

    I think you are missing the point. It is not that the Gerakan leader are ‘stupid” and cannot see what is coming. Isn’t it obvious to you that it is their business interest that they need to protect and that is the only reason why they cannot pull out from BN. So don’t waste your time with these leaders…..


  2. KongKor
    Sep 13, 2008 @ 12:24:13

    You are not only right Dr Hsu, but DAMN right!

    For all it’s worth, this is the last mile for Gerakan. As a boy and a Penangites, my dad alway told me Gerakan is the party for the people, but now, it seems the party is only good as an errand boy for it’s master.

    Unfortunately, this is the perception of the people and Gerakan. Stand for your values or be irrelevant and hold your peace.

    What is the stand of Gerakan for this gross injustice to Tan Hoon Cheng and her family?

    “Su lang bo su tong, Su tong bo lan eon”


  3. monsterball
    Sep 13, 2008 @ 12:34:55

    Just name ONE action done by the government that got all Malaysians say….
    “what a wonderful job…well done”
    I will be UMNO and BN for or against such political acts.
    And really..every child can see…actions by UMNO are calculative…sneaky and meant to have advantages after advantages for them only.
    All have failed..these 6 months.
    Now the big one is on.
    Doc have said it well in previous post….be calm and do not take to the streets.
    I guess..some heard that loud and clear…are planning non violence candle light virgils.
    Wonderful Malaysians….that;s what left for all to be….to beat this sickening cruel game.
    Guys like me…close to 70 years old…have seen it all…..but never seen so smart Malaysians voting for strong oppositions and now.. ready to for for change in next election.
    UMNO knows this very well.
    So expect the worst. Be brave. Be very brave and calm.
    This will pass off ….with all our prayers.
    What a wonderful month to practice….forgiveness…strength to the victims and families.
    Sing out loud in mosques…churches and temples….with holy songs from your hearts….for all good things to come soon.
    You know it is true…because we will make that come true….and then Malaysians will feel so proud of themselves.
    You are very lucky Malaysians. YES YOU ARE!!


  4. Conscience
    Sep 13, 2008 @ 12:35:19

    Threatens are everywhere :-

    Threat No. 1

    Najib’s predicament

    Kuala Lumpur, Sept 13 Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak is facing a dilemma.

    If he does not break with the two year transition plan and move to oust Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi, he will risk having his dirty linen hung out in public by Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad.


  5. monsterball
    Sep 13, 2008 @ 12:37:44

    Really… whether Gerakan stays or opt out…from BN….makes no difference.


  6. tmf
    Sep 13, 2008 @ 13:00:49

    Yes, all non-UMNO BN MPs must speak out to save our country.


  7. A true Malaysian
    Sep 13, 2008 @ 13:10:38

    To all malaysian, it is time to think like malaysian act like a malaysian and speak as a malaysian. We must always seek for the truth and not let our mind be controlled. Always ask why? Oppose all form of injustice without fear or favour. Oppose all who stir up racial issue. Lets us Appeal to the government, a government of all malaysian, to act fairly and without consideration of political affiliation. A wrong is a wrong whether it was commited by a member of umno, gerakan, mca or even a man on the street. Our country law must be enforce fairly to all. If this is not done, ask why?. Lets ask our government not to use unjust law like isa on malaysian. Do charge them in court if they have done wrong and put forward the evidence. If not do ask why? Lets all malaysian pray for a fair and just malaysia which is governed by a people government in full adherence of our constitution and its true spirit.


  8. Kenny Gan
    Sep 13, 2008 @ 13:19:49

    To ISA the innocent Sin Chiew reporter is a bad mistake. It has inflamed the Chinese community who will direct their wrath at Gerakan and MCA. The detention of Tan and Teresa will do to MCA what the detention of Hindraf 5 has done to MIC. As for Gerakan, it will be wiped out. If Gerakan is smart it will threaten to leave BN now unless Tan is released.

    Make no mistake, Ms. Tan will be released soon. But Gerakan will not be able to claim credit for it because it will not stick its neck out.

    Gerakan, serve you right!


  9. veonszu
    Sep 13, 2008 @ 13:20:03

    They fear for uncertainty. They fear for instability. They fear for unrest. They fear for survival of the party…and the list goes go and on….

    Is this the case of “we have nothing yo fear but fear itself?”


  10. Kenny Gan
    Sep 13, 2008 @ 13:23:58

    (The Malaysian Insider) Home Minister Datuk Seri Syed Hamid Albar said today that Sin Chew Daily reporter Tan Hoon Cheng could be released as soon as today.

    The minister also said he did not expect any more arrests this weekend under the Internal Security Act (ISA).

    Hooray!! Gerakan, get lost!


  11. Justin Choo
    Sep 13, 2008 @ 13:29:15


    If these people are so fearful, then quit politics and be tikus like me. At least I don’t have to takut anymore. Or can they or would they for reasons better known to themselves???

    Dr Hsu,
    I sincerely hope this would be your last “official press statement”, before you announce your “pesonal press statement”. I know for sure things within the party are not going to change for reasons of self-preservation… there are plenty of skeletons in the cupboard!!!


  12. A true Malaysian
    Sep 13, 2008 @ 13:42:58

    Anak Malaysia is right, loyalty should be on Malaysia, not on your party and leaders.

    Just ask yourselves, are you satisfied with your party or leaders?

    You decide, as this is your rights. Loyalty to Malaysia or …..?


  13. clarence
    Sep 13, 2008 @ 13:47:04

    Dr. Hsu,

    I indulged in a little creative writing to dispel my gloominess caused by the political situation in Malaysia.

    Here is the result.

    Hurricane Ike with gale force winds of 110 mph is scheduled to make landfall in Galveston, Texas at 1 am, September 13 (Malaysia time: 2 pm Sept 13).

    Ike, a 600-mile wide fearsome storm had already forced 1.2 million people to evacuate and flee their homes. The powerful storm is set to pummel the state of Texas for 36 hours after landfall and disrupt the lives of 13 million people along its
    ferocious path. Property damage from massive flooding and destructive winds is projected to cost billions. So far there are no reports of human casualties.

    Halfway around the world, in once idyllic and tropical Malaysia, a catastrophic storm has already made landfall and is not abating.

    Hurricane ISA slammed into Kuala Lumpur on September 12, 1.10 p.m. So far it had claimed 3 casualties; a prominent blogger, an opposition politician, and a Chinese newspaper journalist.

    ISA, the draconian Internal Security Act of Malaysia, allows its government to jail, without trial, people who are perceived to be a threat to national security. This repressive law, a relic from the British colonial era, is poised to further threaten and assault the liberties of Malaysia’s 25 million citizens in the coming days.

    Unlike Hurricane Ike which is an act of God, Hurricane ISA is man-made. It is created by corrupt, scared, and vengeful government leaders who act like God, and play God with people’s lives. ISA has already toppled the institutions of justice and freedom in Malaysia. Its destructive power continues to split families apart, silences freedom of expression, sours investor sentiment, and shatters any hope of a sustained economic recovery. Also at stake is the trust, confidence, optimism, hopes and dreams of the citizens of Malaysia for a better government.

    People in Texas are praying for their safety and for Ike to quickly dissipate. In a few days, blue skies will re-appear and they begin the task of rebuilding, fueled by a spirit of confidence and a resolve that no hurricane can ever blow away.

    Will the people of Malaysia be so fortunate? Will another political tsunami ensure hurricanes like ISA disappear from their lives forever? Will their hopes and dreams remain intact?

    Come September 16, will their prayers for a better Malaysia be answered? Will a political hurricane named Ibrahim emerge to blow away all the dirty rotten scoundrels holding high office?


  14. Dr Hsu
    Sep 13, 2008 @ 13:53:05

    Justin, if there are skeletons in the supboard, then we must open the cupboard and search and see for ourselves.

    If any person has done wrong, he must be answerable to the grassroots and the law of the land.

    Be rest assured I will pull with my utmost strength to open the doors, so that nothing will be hidden anymore in the cupboard.

    We as grassroots are always told that leaders are clean are fighting very hard inside BN. SHow us now, or face a revolt.

    I am utterly angry with the ways things are progressing in the country, and as a person who love Gerakan, this incident will be like hammering the nails into the coffin, as people will direct their anger to Gerakan which is impotent to do anything inside BN. Why should it still remains there, I am as puzzled as you people outside.

    I have been asking the party to move out since few years back. I am getting tired and I may be not have the patience to tolerate any longer.


  15. giko
    Sep 13, 2008 @ 13:58:00

    Doc, you sound like an upstanding guy BUT you are still with Gerakan! After all the misdoing of your party, you are still with them!

    Why don’t you make that all important move to up & go? Lead by example…


  16. Dr Hsu
    Sep 13, 2008 @ 14:04:26

    clarence , well written. and described the situation very well.

    giko, I have mentioned my times my reasons for staying… to make it short, the party’s ideology is good but the leaders are not practising it. So we as grassroots must push for changes and reform to go abck to ideology.

    If i fail, i will quit .


  17. klm
    Sep 13, 2008 @ 14:16:07

    Dr. Hsu.

    I salute You.

    I wonder where is Lim Keng Yaik, Koh So-so Koon and Ong Kata Nothing.


  18. Dr Hsu
    Sep 13, 2008 @ 14:32:34

    I just chatted with a leader of Pakatan, and he said that from his sources, the PM was unaware of the ISA arrests.

    And he said the detainees might be released very soon.

    All of you out there, pester your MPs and DUns and NGOs to pile on the pressure NOW!!

    Make the gomen know that the people are very angry and upset. ANd let them feed abck to the top. and That way, we can do our little bit to get these 3 people out.

    The news is similar to what my friend ‘voice of politics’ reported.


  19. cilipadi
    Sep 13, 2008 @ 14:53:34

    To ‘someone’ here,

    I am not a Malaysian but I have friends in Umno, PAS, PKR, political parties that attracts Malay as members. Also, I have Malay friends that not belongs to any political party.

    Malay by nature are very simple people, well mannered and helpful.

    But unfortunately, such good nature was being manipulated by politicians of all races to satisfy their objectives rather for the welfare of Malaysian at large, where Malay form the majority. Such manipulations, whether conciously or unconciously, had resulting in marginalisation within and amongst races.

    Right thinking Malaysian, either with political or no political affiliation have to a certain extent, realise such manipulations, as what you all witnessed in 308 & PP elections.

    Logically, those in power and position had a hard knock on their heads but their hearts ruled over their heads in facing such kind of situation. Thus we see reactions of issuing threats, non-sensicle statements and decisions that overshadowed rational minds.

    Of course such reactions could have effects on Malaysians tone down their critics for a while, but definitely not forever.

    So, issuing threats should not be the way as in any democracy, rakyat can use their last defence, ie voting power to elect the leaders that they want.

    Truths will prevail ultimately, those in power and positions should realise this and rakyat has the final say.


  20. jamesloh
    Sep 13, 2008 @ 15:05:49

    dr hus. press release is a notice..what abt mass signature campaign at yr division..3000 members ? hand over to gerakan hq…that would be real stuff..


  21. cilipadi
    Sep 13, 2008 @ 15:30:33

    ‘When talk is no longer sufficient we will act. We will act only peacefully, without burning tires or harming even a fly.

    We will learn the lessons of Gandhi, Martin Luther King, and Mandela and practice peaceful civil activism. We will stand together and rise in defence of our principles, our patriotism and our unity.

    If the first line of leadership is taken in, the second must take its place; if the second line falls, the third must rise, and so on until every Malaysian stands up to be counted and to resist injustice.

    Whether our country will emerge from this tunnel into the light, or whether we lose our best chance to finally break free of the lies that create racial conflict, will depend entirely on ourselves and our resolve.

    If we stand firm now, united and without fear in the face of the challenges and temptations ahead; if we be strong, and take courage; we will see the invincible strength of a united people, and finally win for all Malaysians the Malaysia we deserve’ – Nathaniel Tan.

    The above is from The People’s Parliament


  22. Frank
    Sep 13, 2008 @ 15:51:12

    Dr Hsu,

    I am a near veteran of your Party, I joined when our venerable Tun Lim was our mentor. I felt very proud to be a Gerakan member then but not now, especially before the 308 GE, I felt ashamed and guilty conscious and gave up my service to be the operation Director for one of the constituency in Penang, for the Gerakan candidacy. I felt ashamed of facing the people who had supported us in the last election, being a Gerakaner , I couldn’t act against my conscience to continue posture like a hypocrite to hood wink the rank and file in the concerned constituency for their votes to support a Party that I myself felt lack of confidence of!………….I wouldn’t want to be labeled an eunuch of UMNO!

    You made your noble stand, akin Dr Toh Kin Voon, the most respectable Gerakan leader after Tun Lim I respected. I respect two of you now of having the right Gerakan principle, the noble characters that you both potray which have put to shy your National leader, the reeling Dr. Koh Tsu Koon.

    I have observed his leadership for more than 20 years, when he was nobody but a mere assistant to Tun Lim. To comment on his leadership and performance, my sense is numbed and exhaustive of any good words I can deliver! I hold speechless as all my comments have been vocaled by those many right Gerakan minds before me! Perhaps, if I really want to force myself for an opinion, I sigh to tell, he is still wet behind the ears!

    I advised some youngish hot blooded members two days ago, when they were extremely furious to see the picture torn by the Zombie like UMNO goon, they were deeply hurt not because of that picture been torn, they were deeply hurt because the two bits of Gerakan dignity had been trampled! I told them, save their energy and fighting spirit for the struggle in another house, if the house they are dwelling now has lost its luster of the past and no longer live-worthy! If Gerakan don’t leave BN, then you people leave! Why waste time whining and moaning over the dead cow?!…………….Sign!


  23. Looking for Hockey players for TVC
    Sep 13, 2008 @ 15:52:11

    1) “As a grassroot member of Party Gerakan, I am calling upon the leaders of PGRM to make this one last stand…”

    ‘Last Stand’ for the ten thousandth time ?

    2) “…to open the doors, so that nothing will be hidden anymore in the cupboard.”

    Dr, put on your safety belt, secure your dentures (if you have some), you might be jolted out of your senses, with the findings.

    3) “…the PM was unaware of the ISA arrests.”

    Being the Minister of Home affairs? The guy who has the leash on the cops? Even his Deputy had time for a common guy’s back alley.

    4) Anyways Dr. I hope you are braver this time, to bring about Social Democratic changes, to our beloved country.

    5) Appreciate your concern for all the ISA boys + girls in Kamunting and Malaysians in general.


  24. A true Malaysian
    Sep 13, 2008 @ 16:15:48

    Well said Frank. I could sense your FRUSTRATION. I particularly like this statement of yours…

    “if the house they are dwelling now has lost its luster of the past and no longer live-worthy! If Gerakan don’t leave BN, then you people leave! Why waste time whining and moaning over the dead cow?”

    Push EJECT button now, Dr. Hsu.


  25. romerz
    Sep 13, 2008 @ 16:35:07

    Dear Hockey player,

    The PM is not the Minister of Home Affairs. The Home Minister is the botak Syed Hamid Albar.

    Read my article Agent Provocateur?


  26. Taikohtai
    Sep 13, 2008 @ 17:00:19

    Dr Hsu,

    I read with deep regret about the blatant abuse of ISA again in Malaysia. Yes, I took your advice and have just sent a message to my Prime Minister Kevin Rudd to register a strong protest against this dastardly act by BN.

    I am most surprised you have just asked Gerakan to only pull out of BN if BN fails to reverse the recent arrests. Certainly action talks louder than words. Just get the hell out of Gerakan now and show Gerakan that you mean real business! {You can always do a Mahathir if and when Gerakan relents, no?}


  27. Looking for Hockey players for TVC
    Sep 13, 2008 @ 17:10:36


    Ya, you are correct.


  28. A true Malaysian
    Sep 13, 2008 @ 17:13:58

    Spot on, Taikohtai.

    Send my regards to Kevin Rudd. How nice Malaysian Prime Minister can also speak Mandarin.

    By the way, invite Kevin Rudd to read Dr. Hsu’s Forum. He could understand Malaysia more by visiting this forum instead of visiting Wisma Putra.


  29. klm
    Sep 13, 2008 @ 18:03:06

    If you have read the Gerakan Official statement by Koh Tsu Koon, placed probably after Dr. Hsu statement, here it is below.

    If its is a cup of tea, it is an insipid no taste cup of tea that you will not pay a single sen.

    If this is how Gerakan play its role in BN or out of it, I do not see any more hope for it. It is better to disband Gerakan. I would suggest to the people of Penang, “never ever vote Gerakan again”.

    Gerakan Statement
    The police should not have arrested Tan Hoon Cheng under ISA as she is only a carrying out her duty.

    I urge the PM to release her and Raja Petra (RPK) or put them to trial.

    Their arrest has upset many people and gives the perception of unfair prosecution and double standards.

    Gerakan reiterates our stand against applying ISA on journalist.

    Tan Sri Dr. Koh Tsu Koon
    Acting President PGRM


  30. Gary Yeoh
    Sep 13, 2008 @ 18:03:21

    Dr Hsu,

    I hope your press statement is not confined to the draconian ISA being used on Ms Tan. It is time the PGRM stand for what is right for democracy to grow in our blighted country.

    Re-issue your statement to include RPK and YB Teresa Kok. Failure to do so warrants fair minded people to scorn PGRM and its members for not only their past failures, but also their ongoing lack of moral courage.

    As events have shown, this “sweetie” to predictable protest by subservient BN component parties had been predicted, right down to the lame excuse of “arrest” for safety of the reporter.

    Let’s for once unite to see evil pretending to act for the good of many. Get all political detentions under ISA freed. If not, leave BN!


  31. A true Malaysian
    Sep 13, 2008 @ 18:12:14

    Gary Yeoh,

    I think you missed out somewhere. Dr. Hsu’s press statement includes all three.

    Read again.


  32. klm
    Sep 13, 2008 @ 18:27:26

    And I forgot to add.

    If you are a Gerakan member, how can you hold your head high.


  33. yh
    Sep 13, 2008 @ 18:52:42

    dr hsu

    if badawi is unaware, who is behind this latest tactical move. but hamid, the Home Minister who looks to be on top of things this round, is not known to be buddy with mahatir who a lot of people will be pointing the finger at given the similarities with 1987 episode.
    leaving this guessing game aside, alan and justing are to the dot on the reasons of Gerakan’s inertia. You dont have to be perplexed no more, doc. Its written on the wall but your love for the party just shaded your eyes from seeing it. I can only foresee that your exasperation will overwhelm you in due course and you will follow the same road as Toh, who had came to the conclusion that it is pointless trying to change BN (more like UMNO) from within. Life is short and lets unite our energy to work towards a home for all, regardless of race, creed and religion. This country belongs to everyone who is borned here and wants to call this place HOME.


  34. Uncle
    Sep 13, 2008 @ 19:02:10

    phew she is out, thank god !

    Monsterball : if Gerakan opt out, at least we will joint them, that the different


  35. Kenny Gan
    Sep 13, 2008 @ 19:42:34

    In The Star today (N26), Koh Tsu Koon is already talking of reconciliation with Umno. “We will reconsider our stand not to have any ties with the Umno division but this will certainly take time and depend on the bilateral initiative to mend the ties”.

    Ah Koon, the dust has not even settled over the Ahmad Ismail affair, your picture was torn and stepped on just a few days ago, you were told to get out of BN and now you are talking of reconciliation.

    What kind of subservient leader are you who is so anxious to get back into Umno good books? Are you aware of your grassroots feelings? Even more important, are you aware of how distant the voters are from Gerakan now and why?

    As for taking Gerakan out of BN hell will freeze over first. A party like Gerakan doesn’t deserve to have a leader like you.


  36. A true Malaysian
    Sep 13, 2008 @ 20:02:17

    My bet is that MCA, Gerakan, MIC will never opt out of BN.

    If you members cannot ‘jive’, or some people says ‘tango’ with your ah Koon, ah Ting or ah Samy, then still wanna ‘dance’?

    Stop dancing and bla.


  37. chaptokam
    Sep 13, 2008 @ 20:29:16

    Really… whether Gerakan stays or opt out…from BN….makes no difference.

    Correct , i agree with you on this point . Makes no difference .


  38. Gary Yeoh
    Sep 13, 2008 @ 23:03:25

    A true Malaysian,

    I stand corrected. It’s time all Malaysians stand united to demand PGRM withdraws from BN.

    Yes, they may be of no consequence. However, let’s hope they still have dignity.

    Arresting and releasing Ms Tan is predictable to appease MaCai component BN parties. Won’t be long before the hand kissing of the master starts.


  39. Frank
    Sep 14, 2008 @ 00:16:53

    Gary Yeoh,

    We might as well save our energy to throw into revelry upon PR takes over the sinking titanic BN and be amused while watching Darby and Joan tightly hugged with water rising up their nose, slipping down into the Davy Jones’s locker with a last draw for their breath!

    Our PhD Dr might in his fancy and whimsical thought that he still owns a chance to be nominated Senator or designated Minister by keeping good company with UMNO and a good-oh boy image will sure be adored and win him a ticket! But he neglects one factual reality, his reverie ties to the hands of his members votes and I doubt those MBA calibred comrades will allow and willing to be classified dick heads who stoop so low beneath the command of the fossil minded, retarded polios as evidenced in the recent rowdy show and their ludicrous justification in prompting the absurd ‘operasi musang’! My two cents.


  40. james
    Sep 14, 2008 @ 09:26:52

    I used to believe that Gerakan should quit BN at it’s own term and time, not because of call by that moron from Penang UMNO. With the arrest of RPK, TK and THC, I think it’s time to call it quit. That house (BN) is fill with termites, Gerakan should leave before it is swallow by the sink hole.

    Gerakan can go independent and re-surrect itself if it can elect a no-nonsense leader. Penangites sitll have high regards in Gerakan. So, don’t screw up.

    Gerakan don’t have to join Pakatan Rakyat. I’m really skeptical about this Anwar. He is a protege of Mahatir. Evil mind think alike. Only time will tell.


  41. klm
    Sep 14, 2008 @ 11:39:57

    Something funny happened!

    I never liked Teresa Kok – she tallked through your hat. I never liked PAS – I dont understand them and perhaps they were demonised by DAP, MCA and Gerakan.

    You know what? After these two weeks, and many months, I an beginning think they are credible choices for ADUN and MPs in the next election. Teresa is willing to fight on principles. PAS is about religion but is not racist, and I think they are fair (who care about 4Ds, pubs, GROs and bikinis).

    Maybe this is a mirage. There are alternatives to UMNO, MCA and Gerakan.


  42. jamesloh
    Sep 14, 2008 @ 13:59:29

    gerakan no stand..cant stand..dont understand..cannot withstand,dr hsu, your letter to your party….did they received it? you fax? post? courier pos laju?

    next time deliver by hand..get them to chop it”received”

    or else….. ktk, would say.

    we havent received anything, i am not aware about it, is it? or

    cheras division head, dr hsu….
    ? did he pay his membership or not?


  43. klm
    Sep 14, 2008 @ 20:29:30

    Saw on tv on new statement by koh tsu koon. make me wnat to puke. he keep trying make a differentiation between a reporter on official duty and a blogger. presumably saying the reporter shiuld be free and the blogger detain under ISA.



  44. kkitsam
    Sep 30, 2008 @ 12:33:18

    Now is 30 Sept, Hari Raya eve, but RPK is still in Kamunting alone. Since Gerakan had issued the statement against ISA, what else have Gerakan do? It seems to me that the statement was meant to clean Gerakan’s hand off this issue, like telling the people hey we are against this issue, it has nothing to do with us, so don’t punish us next GE. The same goes for MCA and other component parties, If you all are against ISA, why no efforts to change it? Isn’t Gerakan part of the government? Isn’t this is collective views in BN? Stupid question right. It’s all UMNO. so why Gerakan is still in BN? The press statement against ISA doesn’t and cannot wash Gerakan off the responsibility. What is right cannot be wrong, what is wrong cannot be politically right. Do the right thing, do a Zaid Ibrahim.


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