Sign the petition to the Sultan

Pls sign this petition to DYMM the Sultan of Perak. Pass the link to as many people as possible. TQ

I have signed and is no 2084.


75 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Richard Loh
    Feb 06, 2009 @ 20:14:23

    Dr. Hsu,

    You are the man. besides you I do not think any of the bn members will sign this petition. Hat’s off to you.


  2. Meng
    Feb 06, 2009 @ 20:39:46

    Theres no point in signing the petition. The Sultan has made up his mind.

    The Sultan likes the MB Nizar but hate the guts of the DAP who are seen to be kurang ajar towards the royalty and malay customs

    Take the simple issue of wearing songkok which the chinese have worn throughout, esp those working with the government. This they have made an issue of even in JB. There are many more nonsense I am sure those in in PKR and PAS know about.

    Poor Nizar in the wrong company of DAP


  3. klm
    Feb 06, 2009 @ 20:40:47

    Signed. No hesitation.


  4. romerz
    Feb 06, 2009 @ 21:57:19

    Done. No.2250


  5. chinseng
    Feb 06, 2009 @ 22:09:27

    I also signed without hesitation, by-election is the only way out of the current political turmoil in Perak.


  6. chinseng
    Feb 06, 2009 @ 22:30:13

    Dr. Hsu

    Unbelievable!! One of Gerakan V P is talking about inviting Hee Yit Foong into GERAKAN…

    She will and can do to Gerakan in future what she did to DAP today!

    If she is allow to joint Gerakan, I am sure many current Gerakan member will consider leaving the party!


  7. Peter Yew
    Feb 06, 2009 @ 23:14:59

    Signed. 2352. Hope the petitioin will move DYMM.


  8. Dr Hsu
    Feb 06, 2009 @ 23:17:00

    CHinseng, who is the VP and where you get the news?


    also , signing may not revert this but we need to let the power that be know about the sentiments of the people. The more signed the merrier. Pls pass the link.


  9. klm
    Feb 06, 2009 @ 23:46:56

    Wow. If Hee joined Gerakan, then Gerakan will have an exco seat. Brilliant guy. But no moral.


  10. Dr Hsu
    Feb 06, 2009 @ 23:59:49

    if Hee joins Gerakan, Gerakan is doomed . It will be suicidal.. I have despatched an email to some gerakan leaders on this.

    There are only 2 elected VP left: Mah SIew Keong and Huan. Kohilan is an apppointed VP to take over the late DR Vijayaratnam’s place, and one more Chia Kwang Chai from Penang is appointed.

    I think Mah has lot of wisdom and would not be the one to ask Hee to join Gerakan.


  11. cilipadi
    Feb 07, 2009 @ 00:21:45

    Dr. Hsu,

    A question, Mah Siew Keong, Huan, Kohilan, Chia Kwang Chai all agree to pull Gerakan out of BN? curious how many of them having same opinion with u.


  12. chinseng
    Feb 07, 2009 @ 01:32:40

    Dr. Hsu,

    is Huan


  13. bbc
    Feb 07, 2009 @ 03:13:33

    dont bother.

    no more respect for the institution. no different from rais. write one thing and do exactly the opposite.

    well, as a perakian, i make sure my vote is sacrosant cometh GE13.


  14. klm
    Feb 07, 2009 @ 07:30:03

    Dr. Hsu. Maybe this is the best time to cause Gerakan to implode. Hee can join Gerakan. This could shake the slumbering members.


  15. Benny
    Feb 07, 2009 @ 10:00:01

    Huang Cheng Guan is well known kaki for UMNO. If you do some search you will know where he came from!

    People like Huan will definately welcome katak Hee Yit Foong to join Gerakan.

    What he has done or skopen in Parliament when he was the MP of Batu Kawan?


  16. otk126
    Feb 07, 2009 @ 11:21:47

    I don’t favour the idea of jumping frog.

    My piece of comments went on live on Astro 301 two days ago.

    Kindly visit:-

    Anyhow, Anwar is seen as the founder of the game, but just that he lost it. So, he and the people must accept the result, ideally.

    The stories of 916, 923, 1023 etc…


  17. klm
    Feb 07, 2009 @ 11:26:03

    I was told that Hee’s defection was engineered by MCA – in spite of the public denial.

    I suspect, MCA will be very glad to let Gerakan have Hee. It will get rid of of one competitor. One stone kill two birds.

    If Gerakan really take Hee, I really will take my hat off to the strategist behind this scheme. This guy is really good. A master of the 36 Strategems.


  18. klm
    Feb 07, 2009 @ 11:47:44

    Even though MCA engineered the defection of Hee, they still have to get rid of a collateral. MCA public denial meant they know the toxic nature of the collateral. She is radioactive.

    (In a James Bond’s film, this will be an explosion in mid air)

    What better way than to palm this off to Gerakan.


  19. klm
    Feb 07, 2009 @ 11:50:03

    I think Dr Hsu is a bit worked up on this.


  20. Dr Hsu
    Feb 07, 2009 @ 12:01:04

    If Gerakan accepts Hee, it will be doomed next election, especailly when Gerakan’s seats are traditionally in urban and suburban areas..And all along , we have been against hopping…

    MCA has quite a lot of Malay majority seats and mixed seats.

    Anywhay, Hee would be doomed the next election. She can be YB for so long only… I dont think people will vote her again. even her own new village , the people are up against her..


  21. Benny
    Feb 07, 2009 @ 12:53:18

    Here is the Hee Yit Foong home address:

    47 Jalan Tawas Baru 19,
    Taman Ehsan,
    30010 Ipoh,

    We hope all our us write to hear to appeal her to withdrew her support to BN. If she received hundreds thousand of letter, her heart may melt!


  22. klm
    Feb 07, 2009 @ 12:59:39

    My comment on otk126 blog. This is a typical politician blog. It is trying to project superiority and power. Sorry otk126, this is the first and last time I go there


  23. zztop
    Feb 07, 2009 @ 16:38:43

    Dr, I like your petition. But please ensure people who do not read your blog also know about it. Perhaps you can do something.
    Sick of hearing that traitor Hee anymore. Hope she will disappear from this earth forever.


  24. chinseng
    Feb 07, 2009 @ 17:40:43

    Dear zztop,

    you may wish and hope that HEE YIT FOONG can disappear from this earth foreever but I think this name will be recorded in the chinese political history of Malaysia forever… hahaha


  25. no such thing as Anak Bangsa Malaysia!
    Feb 07, 2009 @ 17:41:07

    Javanese (Malay) values are not compatible with Islamic values. The informed and educated know this well. So does PAS, though they will not admit it openly.

    Related info:

    Maybe Indonesia should invade the fake country called Malaysia, throw out the government and corrupted system including the monarchy, and call it the straits settlements of various races and religions from all over the world, especially Asia.

    We would be more developed, diverse, strong and cosmo compared to Australia if the British had done a HK on us.

    The current system, rules, constitution and rukun negara were just put in place by UMNO to prolong their (fake and manipulative concept of) Malay Elite dominance, which is in actuality only for UMNOputra dominance; and to allow their divide and conquer tactics and methods to fester and disunite.

    Ketuanan UMNO boleh! People deserve the government they get! Time for the people to rise and rebel!


  26. Hoyohoyo
    Feb 07, 2009 @ 17:59:40

    Dr Hsu,

    It doesn’t seem like your party men agreed with you consider what they said recently…

    Will the CWC meets up and discuss whether to endorse YB Hee?


  27. humbleforest
    Feb 07, 2009 @ 18:41:55

    Let nature takes its course. Empires come empires go is the past and present histories of this impemanent world. Those who are really wise can comprehend the essence of this Universe Truth., or William Shakespeare once said, ” Wise men are fools, fools are wise men.”
    The incident of the betrayal of the Pakartan Rakyat ( PR ) elected assemblymen and woman has given an experience of wrongdoings for the PR inwhich they are fortunate not to have the ruling elected parliamentary canditates happen to them. Mistakes corrected in virtuous moral breed one’s trust and honesty.
    Now the public has witnessed who is clean or dirty
    in carrying out behind this greedy move.
    Time has witnessed one of the holiest messenger of GOD who was betrayed and crucified by His own disciple. In the end evils battle evils.
    The public must stay calm to be wise , and can now see very clearly who is clean or dirty. No matter what, honesty and true justice always win the respect of all in overturning evil.


  28. cilipadi
    Feb 07, 2009 @ 21:54:38

    Malaysia Boleh. Everything can do if Umno is there. Let say, Umno lost all seats contested in a GE, with the money they have, Umno can buy MPs or Aduns from PR and back to power again.

    You Malaysian may think this is impossible, but after Perak coup, nothing is impossible to happen.

    Your Najib is a good schemer. Wikipedia description on him is not so kind and yet he is soon to be your PM. Think about this, Najib will be even fiercer after that.

    Malaysians, get ready for Najib. Some of you may say it is none of my business, but in a way YES, but in another way NO.


  29. Monk
    Feb 07, 2009 @ 21:58:37

    Ha, ha, Najib is “everybody’s” business…from hell to heaven.

    Karma is also ready for Najib.



  30. cilipadi
    Feb 07, 2009 @ 22:28:50

    As a non-Malaysian, an outsider, when I get to know your country’s ‘Westminster’ democracy system, inherited from your colonial master.

    At first, I thought both are the same which many Malaysians also think the same, but both are far different.

    To UK, the monarchy only ONE, but to Malaysia, MANY. Each of these many Kings take turns to become King of Malaysia.

    I am not good in geography, but I would think England is not much bigger than Malaysia, yet Malaysia has so many monarchy. Why? Can I say you people are more ‘ACCOMMODATIVE’ where you let many who want to be KING OF THEIR OWN RIGHTS to be KING?

    You Malaysians think of this? For a peninsular which looks like a sweet potato can have so many Monarchy, wonderful isn’t it?

    For ancient China that is so huge in size yet have Shi Huang Ti only.

    Maybe you Malaysians can make comparative on this. Which is better system?


  31. otk126
    Feb 08, 2009 @ 01:59:15

    Hi klm,

    Thank you for visiting my blog, even once.


  32. Henry
    Feb 08, 2009 @ 03:33:00

    Dr Hsu,

    Signed number 7.

    Do not accept Hee. Gerakan will DOOM with her.

    A loyal Gerakan Member


  33. cilipadi
    Feb 08, 2009 @ 08:17:02

    ic Gerakan also has OTK. Is this OTK better than MCA OTK?

    siapa makan cili, dia rasa peda


  34. cilipadi
    Feb 08, 2009 @ 08:26:15

    I also confused, your newly installed Perak chief does not look like Malay. The frog also same.
    They look like Indians.

    Logical reason maybe the original Malays are so kind hearted to adopt them?

    Anyone can explain this? Gerakan otk, can explain to me, a foreigner?


  35. robertchai
    Feb 08, 2009 @ 10:00:47

    Let be sensible, rational and logical. Is PR really competence, accountable and transparency? Who started the game must really learn the lesson well?
    BN and PR need to convince the people in the next GE who can do a much better job. What Perakian need is a better service oriented, creating job opportunities, getting more investors to Perak, infrastructure development, political stability, social development, racially balanced goverment service and etc. We don’t need demonstration. We don’t need political instabilities. Do we think PR is right all the time? Blame yourself and get back to the people in the next GE. PR have done their damage well. Life have to move on for the Perakians

    Whereas it is constitutional right for a representative to be a independent. Hopefully Perak will move toward a better era


  36. klm
    Feb 08, 2009 @ 10:25:07

    otk126. Dont take my comment negatively. Your blog is typical of BN leaders. It projected the elite power type message. I dont think people accept this any more. If you want to be a politician, you have to be humble, caring and sincere.

    As Dr. Hsu said. Politics is about perception. And I assumed that because you visit Dr. Hsu blog, you have similar thinking. It is sad to see capable young man straying off the proper path.

    Good luck to you.


  37. klm
    Feb 08, 2009 @ 10:42:07

    cilipadi. You keep using the foreigner angle to provoke. As far as I am concerned, you are as much a stakeholder as Dr. Hsu and the rest of us.


  38. klm
    Feb 08, 2009 @ 10:53:55

    Dr. Hsu

    It is a pleasant surprise to see Gerakan members declaring themselves in your blog. I think there is a slight glimmer of hope in what your are doing.


  39. Stephen Doss
    Feb 08, 2009 @ 11:16:23

    Dear Dr Hsu,

    I plead with you to to get the Gerakan leadership to see the error of their ways in defending the indefensible. There is a need to be consistent and principled, Gerakan had condemned Anwar Ibrahim from trying to take government through the back door, how then do we rationalize accepting a UMNO led initiative to take Perak via the back door.

    Stephen Doss


  40. pohwatchdog
    Feb 08, 2009 @ 12:23:51

    Let see who can do a better job in Perak.


  41. DR Hsu
    Feb 08, 2009 @ 12:24:51

    Dear Stephen,

    this is exactly what I said in an email to Gerakan leaders, in which I asked them 2 questions;

    1.Are we going against the tide of sentiments of the peopel?
    2. are we going against our own conscience?

    Maybe I should add one more:

    3. Are we acting in the long term interest of the people and the country?

    In 1999, when the 2 lims to MCA ( I was not a member yet), it almost did Gerakan in. So that time, all the leaders are against hopping,.. They came out with strong statements against hopping..

    Where is the consistency?


  42. Gerakan Branch Chairman
    Feb 08, 2009 @ 12:30:23

    Dr Hsu,

    I admire your courage. I am one of those who received your email, but not at liberty to reveal my identity here.

    A reliable source told me that there is a plot from certain Gerakan leaders to try to push you out of the party by applying pressure to you in your blog.

    You are now seen as a divisinve force in Gerakan, and will be weakening the party and ironically strengthening the opposition parties by remaining in Gerakan.

    But to many of us, you are our hope to carry the fight of ideals in the party.

    So, do not listen to these people, some of them I understand is from KL..

    Carry on the fight.

    A Gerakan Br chairman


  43. Sani
    Feb 08, 2009 @ 12:53:15


    Accept the HEE person lah. Not that Gerakan had not done worse.

    At least got a few more years. Gerakan had “die-ed” long time ago, to many of us any ways.


  44. EvanAlmighty
    Feb 08, 2009 @ 16:57:20

    done. 3258.

    Good efforts. Thanks Dr. Hsu.


  45. klm
    Feb 08, 2009 @ 17:46:39

    Dr. Hsu. I mirror the sentiment of Gerakan Branch Chairman. Stay your course. Pushing you out will cause a big stink. I think they will do sneaky tricks – consistent with their sneaky unprincipled characters.

    I hope Gerakan will accept Hee.


  46. cilipadi
    Feb 08, 2009 @ 18:00:11


    Thanks for consider myself as a stakeholder even I am a foreigner.

    This forum is slowly being swam with Gerakan members that have no logical thinking from my outsider stand point of view.
    This makes me understand how they think, and it is interesting to see how Dr. Hsu can bring them back to the correct path.

    I began to see how the ‘thorn’ means when he insists to be in Gerakan eventhough people like ‘A true Malaysian’ and ‘Justin Choo’ have given up hope on him.

    Gerakan Branch Chairman, you got a strong points here. Maybe u should invite more of your branch members to give their view in this blog.

    Let’s see Gerakan members got more logical thinking one or otherwise.


  47. cilipadi
    Feb 08, 2009 @ 18:08:58

    One more think, before I miss this precious wifi to be online.

    Even if the ‘new’ MB can perform well, or perform even better than the other MB, this ‘new’ MB is still legal or illegal is still the big question. At least, the other MB has genuine supports of Perakians.

    I’ve seen the photo of cny party in Ipoh, your Koh Tsu Koon looks happy with the ‘new’ MB, yet Gerakan has no Adun or MP in Perak. Maybe Koh will be appointed to sit in Perak Exco, that’s why he looks happy.


  48. klm
    Feb 08, 2009 @ 20:16:02


    You are welcome.

    1. I am like you a foreigner, a commentator of politics in another land. I make comments on American politics like I do with Malaysian politics. I may be a foreigner but I am a stakeholder too because of the children and grandchildren’s prospect and future.

    You have every right to have your say on Malaysian politics.

    2. I am glad that Gerakan members are engaging in discussion in Dr. Hsu’s blog. I have been wondering whether some members ever read his blog. Now that some are declaring themselves albeit anonymously, we can have interesting discussion.

    Maybe, I have to be more circumspect, so as not to hurt their feeling.


  49. Stephen Doss
    Feb 08, 2009 @ 20:24:32

    Dear Dr Hsu,

    Maybe we can get together and see how best we can approach the party leadership and apply the necessary pressure. At the very least we must call for a forum to listen to the views of the ordinary member.

    Best regards
    Stephen Doss


  50. Monk
    Feb 08, 2009 @ 21:14:52

    The turning point of the Perak coup is near. Weapon: ISA



  51. Dr Hsu
    Feb 08, 2009 @ 22:13:42

    Hi stephen,

    yes. We can meet up maybe after the CNY which will end tomorrow.


  52. chinseng
    Feb 09, 2009 @ 01:05:58

    Dear klm,

    may I know you reasons or argument in hoping that Gerakan accept Hee Y F??


  53. romerz
    Feb 09, 2009 @ 01:54:45

    Chin Seng,

    klm is being sarcastic and hope that Gerakan will accept that prostitute of Jelapang so as to ensure Gerakan’s demise faster 🙂


  54. romerz
    Feb 09, 2009 @ 01:57:36

    Dr Hsu,

    Hope you don’t mind if I reproduce part of what I wrote in my blog relating to this issue.

    N31 – Jelapang

    Hee Yit Fong (DAP) – 12,219 : Win
    Sarasvathy A/P Muthu (Bebas) – 1,275 : Lost deposit
    Loh Koi Pin (BN) – 5,512

    Total voters : 26,157
    Ballots rejected : 402
    Total ballots issued : 19,409
    Ballots not returned : 1
    Percentage turnout : 74.20%
    Majority : 6,707

    I wonder what would happen if someone took the trouble to find 13,079 registered voters of Jelapang to sign a petition to HRH The Sultan of Perak stating that they no longer have confidence in Hee Yit Fong as their ADUN for Jelapang.

    Would HRH ask all 13,079 Jelapang voters to see him and confirm their wish? Would HRH then ask Hee to resign failing which the seat becomes vacant?

    To this layman, what Najib did to convince HRH and what I suggested above is the same ………. Is it not?


  55. romerz
    Feb 09, 2009 @ 04:09:59

    Dr Hsu,

    This is what I just told YB Liew Chin Tong and YB Jeff Ooi. BN may still have a chance yet because of stupid politics by PR! Hmmmmm!

    Dear YB,

    Have you heard Anwar’s latest on the Perak crisis? He said Nizar will remain MB but will not sue.

    I beg to disagree. This is stupid politics!

    On the contrary, Nizar and the PR EXCO should resign BUT “under protest”! Then sue the sultan and the new BN administration that what happened was unconstitutional.

    By resigning under protest, it shows that PR cares for the people of Perak and would not deprive them of a functional administration given the economic woes heading towards us. Moreover, it will show circumspect respect for HRH but will not accept his word as the last word since there is a higher authority in Malaysia’s democracy of a constitutional monarchy.

    Until and unless, PR holds the high ground, BN will win eventually. Please do not let our own stupidity “still-born” this movement for a better democratic and new Malaysia!

    Come on PR, THINK!!!!!

    (Doc, I think this country is full of stupid politicians. No hope for us la since smart ones like you won’t take a bigger role. Sorry for the undue pressure. I also regret not taking up politics earlier!)


  56. Dr Hsu
    Feb 09, 2009 @ 09:36:45


    From what I have observed in my few years in the party, decent people cannot hope to play a bigger role because the decent people are just not ruthless and shameless enough to adopt tactics to kill off own Sdr within the party.

    I have written about how politics is being played.

    there are some who will go to the extent of spreading false news that so and so takes ang Pow and so and so takes money from public and so on, without even having to produce evidence.

    They will use unscrupulous methods to sink their own comrades.

    So, in the party, whoever aspires to go up and whoever is not in the camp, will be sunk this way…

    I , fortunately, do not aspire to any position, and being so, was quite immune to this sort of things, but even that there were atttempts to character assasinate me, by saying that i am extremist, I am obsessed and non team player and so on…

    Would you believe that there was even an attempt to leave a voice message in my phone to spread false news hoping that I would clash with a certain leader (which I did not), and then telling the whole world that I taped it during meetings to character assasinate me…… Luckily I have saved the voice message and i can clearly be heard that there was a maxis voice telling that such a message is a voice message…

    If you views are different, even if you are voicing out people’s views, you are a non team player.

    Then there is such things as divide and rule. In every division and state, the top will encourage 2 factions to counter balance each other.

    I am not involved in any faction, and i appeal directly to the members, many of them are very independent minded, and thus I was able to get elected to CC to voice out directly to the leaders.

    Having said that, the eunuch politics played is much less now than before, a credit to KTK..And dirty politics is much leass than in other party.

    And it has much less infighting compared to MCA and others….

    And even DAP ad PKR are not immuned to this type of politics…

    I suppose in Malaysia, such political culture is hard to change.. And how to get decent people into politics?


  57. klm
    Feb 09, 2009 @ 09:58:11

    chin sing,

    see my comment on February 7, 2009
    at 11:47 am.


    You are too idealistic. You never make a good politician

    Be fair, stupid politicians are not just a Malaysian trait. It is a human trait. From the time of Greeks till now . To prove my point -selected saying on stupid greedy politicians.

    Politics, n: Poly “many” + tics “blood-sucking parasites”]

    We hang the petty thieves and appoint the great ones to public office. ~Aesop

    Those who are too smart to engage in politics are punished by being governed by those who are dumber. ~Plato

    Whenever a man has cast a longing eye on offices, a rottenness begins in his conduct. ~Thomas Jefferson

    So don’t despair. Just keeping plugging. And remember Plato’s saying above.


  58. Dr Hsu
    Feb 09, 2009 @ 10:04:26


    You can join politics to voice out, but remember, the first thing you learn is to read through the devious plot and to protect your own self.

    By not linking with anyone, and by just being your straight self, and by knowing how to protect yourself by your ability to read about how politics is being played, you can be immune to a lot of character assasination.

    Otherwise, you will be long gone even before you realise it….. That is the reality of politics, even in a supposedly decent party such as one in BN and one In opposition.


  59. klm
    Feb 09, 2009 @ 10:24:57

    Dr. Hsu

    I say the same comment to you like the one I said to romerz.

    And I say again. Malaysian political culture is not unique. Whether it is UMNO, MCA, Gerakan or PKR or DAP.

    Politics is a bloody sport. It is a no hold bar fight. It is kill or get kill. If one dont have a strong survival instinct – a caveman instinct, then one don’t live very long. In ancient times it is literally one’s head. Today, one may be thrown out of the party, or go to jail on some trump up charges. (at least it is getting more civilised)

    And it is my view decent people dont get anywhere. We just need a few people with drive, the ruthlessness to smash the competition, who crazed for power but with a vision for good, to be political leaders. There rest are just supporters.

    And there are no guarantees that these leaders wont turn to the dark side of the force.
    Remember Anakin in the Star Wars episodes. He was a smart, decent, lovable child that eventually turn into Darth Vader.

    But it also take a few strong ruthless decent people like the Jedi to turn the world to the good side.

    The Ying and Yang of life.

    But people like you can give inspiration to people who can take up arms. So keep plugging.


  60. klm
    Feb 09, 2009 @ 10:27:33

    Hey. romerz can be the Jedi.


  61. cilipadi
    Feb 09, 2009 @ 11:33:58

    What a disheartened scenario I got from you guys. Malaysian politics is so dirty?

    But, be fair, give views from your own parties perspective as somebody said “perception is dangerous”.

    DAP & PAS are not so dirty as Umno (dirtiest)-as per Perak coup,

    MIC(dirtiest)-if not, no Hindraf

    Gerakan (dirtier)-lobby for Hee?

    MCA (dirtier)-play with Umno


  62. cilipadi
    Feb 09, 2009 @ 15:46:53

    Revisited RPK’s Malaysia Today after so long absence. RPK is wisest. Please learn from him guys.

    “About a week ago, a few of us sat down to discuss the impending collapse of the Perak government. It was suggested we speak to the Pakatan Rakyat leaders, which we did. Our recommendation was that they dissolve the Perak State Assembly and hold fresh state elections while Pakatan Rakyat still has the majority in the Assembly. Once Pakatan Rakyat has lost that majority it will be too late. No way will the Sultan agree to the request to dissolve the Perak State Assembly once you no longer command the majority in the Assembly.

    But the Pakatan Rakyat leaders would not listen. They still have things under control, they remarked. We did not think so and we told them this. But who are we to ‘teach grandmothers how to suck eggs’, as Malaysians would say? If we are so smart then how come they, and not us, are the party leaders. We would be sitting in their chairs, instead, if we are cleverer than them. Politicians do not think much of you if you do not hold any party positions. They only respect those who hold positions in political parties and government, not those outside mainstream politics.

    Everyone is an expert on hindsight. Only good leaders have foresight. And our leaders lack just that, foresight. They are very clever when it comes to reacting to situations. But they know nothing about pre-empting. Why react, especially when it is too late? You must be able to pre-empt before it is too late to do anything. This is what our leaders lack, the skill to pre-empt.”

    RPK is the man. My salute to him.


  63. klm
    Feb 09, 2009 @ 17:03:31

    cilipadi. Finally, you realised that DAP, PKR and maybe less PAS, are pigheaded. I keep mentioning that these people, especially the Ngeh and Nga cousins are arrogant. They are clones of Lim Kit Siang. These people are not used to commanding troops to battle. They don’t seek counsel. They are just opposition leaders. They cannot win battles and war.

    For the sake of all of us, I hope they learn from this debacle.

    I was watching the history channel on Boudica the Warrior Queen. According to accounts, She lead an army of 200 thousand of Celts clans against a well armed and highly disciplined Roman army of over 2,000 in a final battle. And in a battle ground chosen by the Roman general. And she lost the battle.

    You cannot win without well trained and disciplined commanders and soldiers. And well prepared battle plan.


  64. cilipadi
    Feb 09, 2009 @ 18:40:06


    True enough. PR still have a lot to learn if they want to outdone BN. What more with police and federal resources at their disposal.

    I would think Malaysian politicians of both divides need to go back to morality lesson, especially those in Umno and BN.

    Anyway, they may not buy my ideas as an outsider, even some of the Gerakan members here. Very sad indeed.


  65. anon
    Feb 09, 2009 @ 18:58:37

    Here lies Gerakan, the political party that promises so much but end up terminal.



  66. klm
    Feb 09, 2009 @ 23:35:51


    Yes, PR has a lot to learn. But do the leaders want to learn. Time is not on their side. They have wasted almost a year working up the takeover frenzy.

    Kapal Singh has his point. But these people think him as mad and ignored him. I can feel his frustration.

    Looks like RPK is feeling the same way too. They have not calculated all possibilities and take preemptive actions.

    As Sun Tze said

    “Now the general who wins a battle makes many
    calculations in his temple ere the battle is fought.
    The general who loses a battle makes but few
    calculations beforehand. Thus do many calculations lead to victory, and few calculations to defeat:
    how much more no calculation at all! It is by attention to this point that I can foresee who is likely to win or lose.


  67. cilipadi
    Feb 10, 2009 @ 00:00:31

    If you have money, can buy Camry.

    If you have no money to buy Camry, you can exchange your dignity for a Camry.

    After you got Camry and money, you want to buy back your “sold dignity”, can or cannot?

    Hee makan cili, Hee rasa pedas. Only Hee can answer you.

    I have achieved a mission in blogosphere, and I found another mission to achieve.

    Only those who makan cili, who rasa pedas will know exactly what is my next mission.


  68. monsterball
    Feb 10, 2009 @ 03:24:03

    Perhaps chilipadi thinks he has achieved something in blogsphere with me keeping away from him?
    What a dreamer he is.
    Love to see him try at Lim Kit Siang’s ..Anwar’s .Rockybru..or Susan’s blog.
    Perhaps he is doing that and messages not approved?
    I have been busy with those blogs and prefer to read here…to give peace to Dr.Hsu.


  69. Atila
    Feb 10, 2009 @ 03:24:05

    To : no such thing as Anak Bangsa Malaysia! on February 7, 2009 at 5:41 pm

    To : Dr. Hsu

    I am a proud to be a Muslims Malay Javanese decendent when my ancestors great great great grandfather fought the Dutch in the late 19th century. He would return occasionaly to the
    land called Java to face the Dutch although with bow & arrows.

    Thats the difference between what i m now being a Malaysian having to know how my ancestors bloodshed fought the whites compare to those
    who migrated into Malaysia only in the name
    of TRADING.

    Thank you Dr Hsu for placing such petition online
    to the Sultan of Perak.

    The Sultan of Perak & the royalty from Perak family are the decendents from Melayu Siak.
    At one time in this Malay archipelago, once existed “Empayar Siak”.
    Also existed at one time “Empayar Jawa” stretched frm the land of Java upwards into the the land of the elephants.
    These many empires has left distinct identification amongst the Malays in the Malay Archipelago, Melayu Jawa, Melayu Siak, Melayu Bugis, Melayu Acheh, Melayu Sulawesi, Melayu Siam, etc. As you can see Malay features resembles similiarities within this Malay archipelago.

    Having Msian constitution to include the Indian Muslims as Melayu was the FIRST LIE to begin
    with for Tanah Melayu later names Malaysia.
    LIE after LIE after LIE after LIE until 2009.

    My concern with your sincere petition is the
    multibillion dollar double trekking project awarded to Gamuda.
    Who owns Gamuda?
    Who sits in the directorship of Gamuda?
    Who awarded Gamuda?

    Good Luck, we pray God shed us some light.


  70. monsterball
    Feb 10, 2009 @ 03:33:12

    Gamuda is owned by Elena….Sultan of Perak’s daughter.
    Let the Sultan teaches us how to be lawful….and stop teaching Malaysians.. morals and ethics.
    And may I add..chilipadi….you can consider achieving something at Justin Choo’s blog….for I have discard him as a friend…..and will not be interested to comment…as a visitor too.
    Chinese say….cross the bridge..pull the plank..ungrateful and selfish bloke.
    Who is that?


  71. Atila
    Feb 10, 2009 @ 03:38:48

    Let BN rules Perak until GE2012, what so hurry to get Perak back. Before you can blink, maybe Kedah comes next and maybe Selangor.

    How are you going to overcome “pharoah” TPM?

    Majority Malaysians anti-BN anti-UMNO anti-Malays talk a lot in websites, blogs, sms….
    write write write type type type…BUT TPM is going into ACTION!!

    Malaysians is the society have no guts to go physical. Its war IT, war blogs, war website, worship RPK, etc.

    The next couragest thing Malaysians do is VOTE,
    thats 4-5 years to come.

    Are we allowing TPM to be the next Shah Iran
    in Malaysia?



  72. Atila
    Feb 10, 2009 @ 03:42:46

    Monster…you got the answer rite.

    Some History whereby some Malaysians called Malaysians are ignorant.

    Whats in common between Sultan Perak and TPM?


  73. Atila
    Feb 10, 2009 @ 04:08:53

    Dr Hsu

    I m worried past week since the fall of Perak.
    This government is moving into the era so similiar to the Shah of Iran.

    After 51years of independence, Bee-End has evolved into the Shah of Iran. Must I exclude
    Gerakan from Bee-End?

    The party components are so silence since GE2008. Are you guys not advising UMNO?
    or is UMNO beyond listening?

    My concern is Bee-End is similiar to the Shah
    of Iran. Is ballot boxes applicable here 2012, 2017, 2022? or a a mass revolution?


  74. Dr Hsu
    Feb 12, 2009 @ 14:22:23

    you fear is not without basis.

    I am in the process of writing on Iran, how it turned from a democratic monarchy to absolute monarchy and theology State, all within the last century.


  75. Atila
    Feb 13, 2009 @ 05:55:58

    Dr. Hsu

    BN=Bee-End=UMNO is at par Shah Iran adminstration from what we see day to day.

    If you have the opportunity, please visit Iran.

    Shah Iran and cronies slept on pillows & beds stuffed with the finest bird feathers, faucets in gold & silver, so all the cutlery sets in gold and silver trimming, mansions with swimming pools…..i hope our Govt dont path towards this wealthy-affluent sickening lifestyle like Shah Iran and this cronies.

    BUT as you can see the top UMNO elite are already this way…look at their mansions, their cars…the gap between the rich & the poor widens today in Malaysia and so was during Shah’s reign.

    Shah Iran administration is not a democratic one although potrayed one to the ourside world.
    It was a govt of force, suppresse, law to into their hands, corruption, wealth within the crony elites,…all-everything Shah Iran did to please the white master called USA.

    However, it all came to an abrupt end in just
    one nite.

    Mayhap Malaysia will come to such abrupt end like Shah Iran’s adminstration one day.

    Iran since Ayatollah Khomeini is never likened by USA. So what? USA must learn to respect other country’s way of administering its own.

    As I have said before USA pokes its nose into
    all countries affairs in the world, mess up
    other people’s backyard but never its own.

    In Malaysia’s scenario, its better to have a “rakyats revolution” rather than what had happened in Iraq, a military USA intervention.


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