There is only one solution in Perak

I almost vomitted blood after going through Malaysiakini past few days’ news.

 Plain clothes people removing a speaker by force ?Police officers in the august house of a State assembly? Who are these plain clothes people when there is a cordon around the whole assembly?

Over the past few years, BN has perfected an Art. The Art of shooting itself in its own foot. By doing what was done in Perak assembly, they have chosen to lose whatever little support they have among the people.

Why the hurry to take over Perak? Why have they overlooked the power of the speaker when they have so many lawyers and seasoned politicians?

The only reason that I can think of is that they are now totally out of touch with the people on the ground. The arrogance which caused them 5 states remains.. The stupidity of thinking that the Rakyat is stupid is still there.

The leopard can never change its spots, even when they try to use photoshop to remove the spots. People can see through them, and yet they do not realise it.

I pity those leaders who still think that they can win back the heart of the people … Actually , the best strategy for BN which would be recommended by Sun Tsu if he is alive today would probably be let Pakatan rules the 5 states and let them make mistakes.. rather than using these laughable methods of ‘ enticing frog leaping’, ‘evicting legitimate speaker’, ‘bulldozing’, and arresting people wearing certain colour.. By the way, I wore a black long sleeve shirt and dark colour pants yesterday on my way back from Adelaide… even though I have not known about the ‘ wear certain colour ‘ campaign..

There is really only one way to solve the whole thing. Dissolve the whole assembly and go back to the people. If BN has done that in February, it would and could have won more seats… As things stand now, it would lose big , and Gerakan can forget about their traditional seats in Perak.. They are as good as gone if a fresh state election is called. That is because all the leaders did not look far ahead but choose to be shortsighted, and look for short term gains.

 

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45 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. oldbean
    May 11, 2009 @ 17:04:18

    Dr. Hsu,

    Wecome Back to 1BLACKMalaysia,

    Now that the court rules that Nizar as the legitimate MB, A Perak State Snap Election in on the way.. Very Good… Bye Bye to that 1 ringgit note tearing Hee Yit Fong…

    HAHA!

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  2. oldbean
    May 11, 2009 @ 17:04:54

    BREAKING NEWS! The Kuala Lumpur High Court today paved the way for a fresh round of battle in Perak by declaring that BN’s Zambry Abd Kadir was not the legitimate menteri besar of Perak.

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  3. klm
    May 11, 2009 @ 17:17:10

    There is no slightly used Camry for sale now. Damn. Should have put in a bid for one.

    This judgment is a slap in the face for Najib.

    As for Hee, she had better flee the country and stay away – maybe in the North Pole.

    And yes, fire the State Secretary and Sergeant -of arms. Disgraceful civil servants.

    As for the illegal Exco member for Gerakan – hmm. He will have to walk with his head down and his tail between his legs.

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  4. clearwater
    May 11, 2009 @ 17:28:08

    Welcome back, Dr. Hsu.

    I think BN-Umno will still try to avoid fresh elections in Perak at all cost. They will be dealt the thrashing of their political lives if they do. They will have less than half the Malay vote and below quarter the non-Malay vote, such is public sentiment against uncouth bullies. Am waiting for the next round of court battle, for that appears BN-Umno’s only path unless a deal is worked out. Fresh elections will be the Perak voters preferred option. They are very keen to make their point.

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  5. Fi-sha
    May 11, 2009 @ 17:44:41

    Dear Dr Hsu

    Welcome back…thank God for the good news today…spare you all the pains we had gone through since last thursday…it was just heartbreaking…Take care Dr Hsu!

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  6. annoyed
    May 11, 2009 @ 17:56:49

    Cilipadi is right
    To vote PR with might
    To fight, fight and fight
    Till victory is in sight

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  7. annoyed
    May 11, 2009 @ 18:22:27

    Hahaha, it seems N has no smooth ride since riding the PM horse.

    KPI minister, please give mark to N.

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  8. pohwatchdog
    May 11, 2009 @ 19:57:48

    Let the rakyat decide once and for all. Maybe we can let the winning parties to rule and administer well.
    We Perakians are fed up with this political antic and move on.

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  9. petestop
    May 11, 2009 @ 20:20:37

    My friends working overseas, said they will fly back and vote in Perak, just to make sure their vote count this time.

    We can only hope the Perak Sultan does the right thing and put the decision back to the Rakyat.

    BeEnd can drag this through the courts, and bend every institutions in the country all they want, they still will never get the legitimacy to rule.

    Getting non-elected person becoming Exco level, then non-elected person becoming Speaker.
    Is’nt it obvious enough that BeEnd is trying to ursurp the power anointed by the Rakyat’s vote ?

    Heck, Gerakan seems to be only good doing backdoor stuffs nowadays.

    First the backdoor Chinese affairs advisor, Chang Ko Youn (and we though Gerakan is multiracial party)…..

    …. then it was backdoor PKI Minister… none other than Koh Tsu Koon himself….

    …. then again, trying to take backdoor Deputy CM in Sabah by roping in Raymond Tan… who abandoned his own party’s struggle…..

    Indeed…. not only lose one’s ideology… but also become backdoor mosquito party…. and take in persons of questionable character….

    I think Gerakan should take in Hee Yit Foong as well…. while you are at it..

    Hopeless !

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  10. cilipadi
    May 11, 2009 @ 20:50:55

    monk,

    pohwatchdog finally………..congratulations to you.

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  11. romerz
    May 11, 2009 @ 21:20:44

    Welcome back Dr Hsu.

    Void Ab Initio

    http://romerz.blogspot.com/2009/05/void-ab-initio.html

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  12. klm
    May 11, 2009 @ 21:21:46

    I was wondering. What if Chua Soi Lek were to join Gerakan. He has no leg to stand in MCA. Maybe he can give KTK a run for his money?

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  13. Disgusted
    May 11, 2009 @ 22:03:54

    Cilipadi,

    HAAAAaaaaa! HAAAAAAAAAAAAaaaa!

    Finally the polldog woke up……..Blessings!

    Don’t be too happy over the Perak case. It’s only the beginning. The traitor woman brings great shame to the “koh” clan. I am ashamed to share the same surname.

    I should change my surname.

    Heeee, hee if I were her I would jump from the twin towers to regain the dignity and credibility of those “koh” ancestors.

    monk

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  14. Disgusted
    May 11, 2009 @ 22:12:31

    Kim,

    CSlek will not give up so easily and I believed he will give OTKeat a run for his money first, meaning the battle of Waterloo before raising the white flag (if he loses), THEN he will consider joining the Opposition.

    I doubt the Opposition are interested in him but more of his son’s seat in Johore. That’s the “opening” for the Opposition to start cracking in the stronghold of both the two largest ruling regime of the tiger and the crocodile.

    After Penanti by election, we should see more antics from CSLek and the looming battle.

    The crisis season of Malaysian Crocodile Association should be coming during the dry weather spell.

    monk
    monk

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  15. A true Malaysian
    May 11, 2009 @ 22:35:48

    This guy never learned
    Still does not want fresh election
    But want to appeal against High Court decision
    Against Perakians’ and Malaysians’ aspiration

    Let us wait for his decision
    Sincerely hope fresh election is his decision
    That will be the only solution
    To free yourself from illusion

    High Court made the right decision
    By observing to spirit of the Constitution
    A good starting point for restoration
    To make our Judiciary an independent institution

    Have a sound sleep before making decision
    Don’t let ‘someone’ influence your decision
    We are sick of this someone’s decision
    We want none other than fresh election

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  16. cilipadi
    May 11, 2009 @ 22:56:21

    monk,

    Your ‘Koh’ is not ‘Hee’
    Her ‘Hee’ is not your ‘Koh’
    You can pride yourself with your ‘Koh’
    Hee should be ashamed of her ‘Hee’

    Congratulations again to pohwatchdog for his awakening.

    Hee makan cili, Hee rasa pedas

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  17. Disgusted
    May 11, 2009 @ 22:59:26

    Arrested for peacefully criticising the government,
    That’s Malaysians’ predicament.

    It’s time for a change,
    Even though it’s might be long range.

    Power has been abused of late,
    To Mafia, it’s a piece of cake.

    It’s time for voting arrangements,
    There’s no time for arguments.

    The Perak coup, a coup de grace,
    Denying human rights and dignity a disgrace.

    Denying us democracy, a culture,
    By political vultures.

    It’s time for the rest to wake up,
    And get out of the slumber tub.

    Get ready to embrace our true values,
    Get up and say your piece of value.

    Yes, it’s time to color the black,
    To regain our cultural DNA and dignity back.

    We are on the way,
    We know the sway.

    monk

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  18. jamesloh18
    May 11, 2009 @ 23:04:15

    party shortlived for back door gerakan mic umno…whatever come…the damage is done. this time the voters wont be forgiving…i doubt even mc a gerakan mic dare to stand for election..nobody going to supply them banners bill boards..no credit ! cash also dont want !

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  19. Kenny
    May 11, 2009 @ 23:10:12

    BN will dig its grave deeper if it keep on fighting to hold on to power. Besides appealing the court ruling, they may also try to convene an emergency session of the Assembly and ram through a vote of no-confidence presided by their illegally appointed speaker. This will be the worse thing they can do, Their victory will be their defeat.

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  20. cilipadi
    May 11, 2009 @ 23:36:00

    monk,

    When I said they are a pack of tainted cards
    They are not just those BeEnd political cards
    They include federal ‘machai’ under their guard
    As what you Malaysian witnessed in Perak assembly fart

    Again you can see them fart
    Still want to start another assembly fart
    State building under their heavy guard
    Despite it should be under PR’s guard
    It’s time you guys play games with a new pack of cards

    I want to send my best regards
    To see you guys stop all these farts
    Cilipadi is always in your hearts
    (though I am not a Malaysian)
    13th GE is the time you clear these disgusting farts

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  21. Disgusted
    May 12, 2009 @ 00:08:05

    Cilipadi,

    Hee is the English surname but in Chinese, it’s the same, it’s “Shii” (in Chinese character).

    Your Chinese friends can explain to you.

    monk

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  22. Bangsa Malaysia
    May 12, 2009 @ 00:15:18

    what can I say…your parents voted for BN and their parents before them came to this land looking for the pot of gold…what did they get? ungrateful children who doesnt know who fed them and clothe them…

    phps when the communist were trying to take away the independence from this young nation…all who struggle so hard should have drop everything and went home to their birth-country.

    phps then this land won’t have this much problem…phps it would still be fill with greenery and animals.
    Both side of the divide is to be blame (political BN & PR) and their supporters who are as bad…

    Why your own agendas?…Why now? when before these many of u were voting and putting this same political parties in and was happy of the outcome…shame on u!…

    phps we should let the 1st Malay and the pribumi take rule of this beautiful land as this is their land and throw the rest in2 the Sarawak river or any shark infested sea to be dined…

    stop politicking and having more by-elections…money down the drain…
    assist the economy and rakyat n not your own selfish agendas…shame on u all who propagate hatre and by-elections!…shame on u!

    Bangsa Malaysia

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  23. cilipadi
    May 12, 2009 @ 00:30:26

    phps…….what is this BM farting? As a non-BM, I failed to understand all his farts.

    Care to explain? someone, monk? :S

    siapa makan cili, dia rasa pedas

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  24. jamesloh18
    May 12, 2009 @ 00:35:48

    until politics is settle .only politics can be introduced..dont use waste money waste time as excuses power back to the people to decide once and for all..then back to business.tell u masters !

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  25. jamesloh18
    May 12, 2009 @ 00:37:32

    he is on pay roll to ka ka chow chow here…he is entertaining us..when u are stress u need bm to cheer u up! dr hsu is laughing !

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  26. oldbean
    May 12, 2009 @ 00:47:35

    ‘Koh’ , ‘Hee’ or “Shii”……

    I think the way that ” Hee” trying to twist and turn everything is unbelievable…

    If that 1 ringgit note is already torn when she recieve it, she should have take better care of it and not to tear it further….

    Ha… that pepper canister is someone threw at her and she only pick it up from the floor… only a 3 yrs old kids can believe that… definitely not me, this oldbean

    That Hee in Chinese, the “Shii” (in Chinese character) must have been writen with one stroke missing.

    If there is a Perak State Election Soon, 507 was HEE last day at the Perak august house..

    oldbean

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  27. anon
    May 12, 2009 @ 00:49:56

    fyi

    WARNING TO TYRANTS!

    http://oath-keepers.blogspot.com/

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  28. anon
    May 12, 2009 @ 00:56:46

    excerpt fyi

    “Thursday, May 7, 2009
    Rumblings of Outrage: DHS Continues to Tick Off Combat Veterans

    The recently disclosed Department of Homeland Security report on “rightwing extremism ” that taints veterans returning from Afghanistan and Iraq as potential terrorists is really ticking off both active duty and veterans. Go here to read a Veterans Today article about it, and here to read the American Legion’s letter in response.

    And that outrage has not subsided. Below are more videos that have been posted on youtube by veterans …”

    http://oath-keepers.blogspot.com/2009/05/rumblings-of-outage-dhs-is-ticking-off.html

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  29. annoyed
    May 12, 2009 @ 08:40:31

    Cilipadi,

    “HEE” and “KOH” sharing the same Chinese character “許“。

    Co-incidentally, KTK also sharing the same “許“.

    Monk, you are the only guy not disgusting here.

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  30. petestop
    May 12, 2009 @ 09:53:44

    I would suggest Mr BM to read Abdullah CD’s memoir – Part I

    It is a misconception that the MCP is only Chinese, there are significant number of Malay who fight for the freedom of this land.

    First from the Japanese and later the British who although so easily beaten by the Japanese in WWII, easily strolls back in to assume their Imperialist role again.
    Aided by none other than founders of UMNO.

    So, you have to study history (not as written by BeEnders), but from all sides of the story and judge for yourself, who is the one betraying this land to foreign imperialist.

    The Rakyat has awakened after 52 years of UMNO and BeEnd lies. After so many years, Malaysian are as polarised as ever. Even after 52 years of Merdeka, Malaysian of other ethnicity is still called “pendatang” and “penumpang asing”.

    The fact is, this land have been lost to foreign imperialist for centuries and again and again, aided by the so-called local powers-that-be.

    Who really sold out this land ?

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  31. klm
    May 12, 2009 @ 10:09:16

    monk

    does it means Hee and Koh Tsu Koon come from the same clan. My goodness. One “koh or shii” in politics is bad enough. Two – cannot imagine the mess. Three – the end of the world.

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  32. annoyed
    May 12, 2009 @ 11:22:21

    Ku Li said it all,

    Razaleigh hopes that the Perak sultan, who had earlier instructed Nizar to resign, will now agree to the Perak MB’s request to dissolve the assembly so that elections can be called.

    “This is the decent thing to do, but also the only way out of a crisis which has already spiralled out of Perak, damaged the rule of law, compromised the judiciary, the police and the state civil service, and damaged the monarchy in public opinion.”

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  33. petestop
    May 12, 2009 @ 11:45:25

    The only decent thing to do in Perak, is to make sure that in the anticipated election, wipe clean the BeEnders from the state govt.

    Perhaps leave a few token Opposition, and let them learnt the lesson of Makkal Sakthi, People’s Power!

    Perhaps then, will they be able to reform and becomes a credible alternative again.

    Now MIC already starts proposing a 1Indian program…. ha..ha…

    Really a slap in the face for 1Malaysia.

    Wherever they get the idea of appending 1 in front of everything, must be shopping too often at 1Utama.

    1Utama should probably sue them in court, but then again there is a precedent “McCurry versus McDonald”… ha..ha..

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  34. annoyed
    May 12, 2009 @ 12:14:59

    “The Sultan and the crown prince have been championing democracy and civil society for years,” he said.

    “They can kiss goodbye to whatever credibility they have in the public’s eyes if they don’t dissolve the assembly this time.” ……Azmi Sharom

    http://www.jeffooi.com/2009/05/perak_people_call_the_shot_aga.php

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  35. annoyed
    May 12, 2009 @ 12:22:49

    However, Muhyiddin admitted that the political crisis in Perak should not be prolonged and hoped for a solution soon.

    “Whatever decision is made, we want a strong government there… the government must be able to help in developing the state of Perak, it is up to all parties as the president and prime minister has given his suggestion,” said Muhyiddin referring to Datuk Seri Najib Razak’s remarks made two days ago calling for Pakatan Rakyat (PR) to co-operate with BN in ending the crisis.

    “We are worried if there is no end to this. Even if it is related to the laws and constitution, everything must be looked at from the people’s perspective, the interest of the people must not be taken for granted before a decision is made,” he said.

    Muhyiddin added that the people should not be burdened with problems caused by a dysfunctional administration.

    Is this Muhyiddin guy serious or just “Singing”? I guess he is singing, if not, why not agreeing to new election? Puke

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  36. ChrisYong
    May 12, 2009 @ 13:42:42

    Welcome back. Miss your wisdom and sharing. Congratulations, you are a proud Dad !

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  37. clearwater
    May 12, 2009 @ 14:53:42

    Unbelievable. Zamri can get a stay of execution of the High Court’s judgement within a day from a single Court of Appeals judge) and the music begins again for the game of MB’s chair. If this does not stink and suck at the same time I don’t know what does. Who says the Malaysian justice system is slow, this is a speed record breaking decision even Speedy Gonzalez would be proud to own.

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  38. Chauncey Gardener
    May 12, 2009 @ 15:21:24

    Not unexpectedly, the stay of execution was granted. What was surprising (to be confirmed) was that it was granted by one judge instead of three but I could be wrong in assuming this.

    Perhaps the judge was suitably impressed that he was dealing with a future Mandela or Gandhi in the making and as such, wanted to be part of history.

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  39. klm
    May 12, 2009 @ 15:27:14

    Zambry got stay judgment just based on a panel of one judge (only). Wonder who that judge was? And wonder if that was a real judge. These days, there are so many illegals and bogus – MBs, Speakers and judges. We just dont know anymore.

    What this judgment did was just to make a mess of Perak. Each step forward now can only make thing worst and never better.

    I wonder why people above politics dont do the proper and correct thing. Maybe it is time we start making do without them. Republic of Silver do sound nice.

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  40. klm
    May 12, 2009 @ 15:31:56

    Oh Yeah. I just cannot imaging Zambry being Mandela or Ghandi. What has this Zambry guy done in his life, other than stealing a govt. Maybe his skin is dark and tan. But other than that, Zambry is a failure in life. He has not contributed anything.

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  41. vsvsv
    May 12, 2009 @ 15:40:03

    news said Hee tore the rm$1 note and now with pepper spray pointing at someone….wow….I thought it’s against law to tear the money currency , why no action taken against those law makers?? And why pepper spay can be taken inside the state assembly and yet no action taken?? Hee….sigh

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  42. petestop
    May 12, 2009 @ 16:25:31

    It is laughable that Zambry Haram compares himself to Mandela and Ghandi.

    Yup, that is what the Malays are calling him.

    Is’nt it time for the Royalty to step in to stop this continued downward spiral of a govt, by returning the choice to the Rakyat ?

    Whoever wins in the courts, still will not get any legitimacy to rule and this power struggle will continue on and on.

    Let’s put it to the Rakyat and let their vote settle this once and for all.

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  43. annoyed
    May 12, 2009 @ 16:38:01

    STUPID, STUPID nothing else but STUPID

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  44. Disgusted
    May 12, 2009 @ 21:56:57

    Haaa, haaa, annoyed, kim, cilipadi,

    Malaysia Bolehland is full of crowns, but truthfully, we had enough of these kurang ajar politicians.

    My surname is koh, thank God I am not in active politics. It will be a real mess, three “kohs”. No thanks I don’t want to join this stupid disgusting lineage in politics.

    Yes, remember I mentioned previously about a joke about the body organs arguing who is in charge of the body….the heart, liver, kidney etc and finally…….the ARSE (pardon me) claims supreme in charge of the body. Cos if the s**t is not rid off, the body will be full of toxic (any doctor can understand).

    So, now we know the ass is in charge of the nation!

    monk

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  45. Warrior
    May 19, 2009 @ 17:49:48

    iT IS PR WHO STARTED THE MESS AND PROVOKED BN, PLS CHECK YR FACTS B4 POSTING AND JUDGE IRRATIONALLY LIKE PAKATAN SUPPORTERS! IT IS BETTER FOR YOU TO JOIN NGO OR MEDICAL ASSOC, POLITICS DONT SUIT YOU, TOO NAIVE!

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