What a mockery !

Who is going in and who is coming out ?

revovling door(pic adapted  from djiin.wordpress)


Just imagine, if you are a  head of a government department, and one chief just comes in through the revolving door and orders you to implement a project and the next one comes in through the same door 6 hours later and asks you to drop the rpoject, what are you to do?

This is the dilemma faced by civil servants and even the businessmen in the Silver State.

If you are a businessman and wish to invest in a certain project which can only be approved by the Chief, who are you to see? You see one a few hours ago and then a new one comes in through the revolving door, who is the actual boss? One approves your project and the next cancels it, do you still want to invest? Who suffers? The people.

What a mockery!


35 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. klm
    May 13, 2009 @ 16:33:36

    Dr Hsu. The businessmen have no problem. All of them have stop doing business in Perak.

    As for the civil servants, they are so biased that they do only one thing. So what ever hardship they have, they deserve it. I have no sympathy for these shameful people.


  2. Miranda
    May 13, 2009 @ 16:36:52

    Dr Hsu,
    I just wonder with so much statement by gerakan leader to call for fresh election in Perak, HOW COME GERAKAN NEVER SET EXAMPLE BY ASKING CHANG KO YOUN TO RESIGN AS SPECIAL ADVISER TO MB cum EXCO?
    was this ever discussed in Gerakan CC meeting?


  3. Dr Hsu
    May 13, 2009 @ 16:55:01

    I cannot reveal what was discussed in CC meeting since I am under oath … But i can only reveal that there were members that are not happy with that position.

    I can tell you my position from Day one and that is BN should not have toppled the Perak government (pls refer to my February writings),and that after the 3 frogs jumped, my position is that there should be a dissolution of the Perak Assembly and a fresh state election..

    By the way, not all are happy with the minister’s position either. To me, Gerakan should be out of BN, and full stop…

    And even if a minister’s position is given to Gerakan ( not my view as my view is we should be independent), ,there are views that perhaps a VP such as Mah SK should take up the post and let the president concentrate on rebuilding the party.

    When I ask that Perak go back to the people, it is as clear as crystal about my views on his position as well as the position of Zambry


  4. klm
    May 13, 2009 @ 17:04:17

    The Gerkan back door exco position is a tie to the shame and infamy of Perak. Gerakan deputy president Datuk Chang Ko Youn is one who would sell his mother to get a government position. Today, he got it all. See what it will do to him and Gerakan.

    As for Koh Tsu Koon. I dont believe for a single minute he will give up the minister position. He salivated for this for so long. He is the invisible man.


  5. Miranda
    May 13, 2009 @ 17:05:42

    Dr Hsu,
    so, do you think Chang Ko Youn should resign as adviser to MB Perak?


  6. jamesloh18
    May 13, 2009 @ 17:16:21

    as government servant , this is lubang time …no boss no eyes….change some land titles? duplicate 100000 A P”s, party time when there no cat!


  7. Frank
    May 13, 2009 @ 18:39:50

    Those idiots are treating the State office as if the public toilet. As they like, they just bum-rush into it and piss the hell out of their bloody Winni es.

    After they have done, woe is the rakyat when after they discover that all the valuables have gone except shits and urine everywhere, disgustingly stench!

    This is typical pirates’ traditional culture, to rob, to loot and to burn down the shoddy squatters and leave the poor victims to rot!

    One needs not to turn on Astro channel, in Perak, you can see the live show now having improvise!

    A great insult to the Silver State!


  8. Disgusted
    May 13, 2009 @ 18:49:18

    When elephants fight or make love, ants suffer.

    Perakians are suffering as a result of this stupidity rooted and caused by UMNO-BN hegemony.

    What is the use of education when all these powerful ruling big shots have big academic qualifications but bankrupt of wisdom in the head.

    Just empty vessels making lots of noises that sound like slogans and rhetoric. They are drowned by their own noises that they did not or refused to hear the voices from the people.



  9. Sam
    May 13, 2009 @ 19:14:59

    Dr Hsu,
    I have been following your writings but am quite puzzled why you are still stuck in Gerakan. This is a dead party with a president with no principles. All your leaders care are positions and in return they close their eyes to the mass abuse of all government institutions and the judiciary to prop up UMNO.
    To them the country can go to the dogs. All they care for are material wealth. For what? To bring to your graves?
    (Your president said prior to the 08′ GE that he would reject being appointed a senator if he lost the elections.)


  10. pilocarpine
    May 13, 2009 @ 20:40:11

    dr. hsu,
    fullest respect for stating the common sense.
    from the comment above, it is only fair to say that your party needs you more than you needs the party.
    i believe, a good government need a good party with good common sense.
    being in BN, gerakan although with all the good common sense may just warped in with the absurdities…
    Gerakan may not feel it is time to pull out, but with nothing to lose and SO MUCH to gain, pulling out is not abandoning, but is finding true self.


  11. petestop
    May 13, 2009 @ 20:59:58


    You put it in the best possible way.
    Gerakan needs Doc Hsu, not the other way around.

    Gerakan grassroots needs to reclaim back their roots, this way only the Rakyat will be with you again.


  12. klm
    May 13, 2009 @ 21:36:07

    I just saw a photo of Chang Ko Youn. Yup. He looks like a crooked political operative all right. Did you noticed his left eye is narrower than his right eye. And his smile sloped to the right. His left side of the face is unbalanced and definitely look evil. His face is what the Chinese would call ” devil and mousey” – a most unauspicious face.

    A face that would frighten a baby.

    Would you buy a second hand car from this man?


  13. graveyard
    May 13, 2009 @ 22:45:32

    MKini == non-governmental organisations in Perak warn that unrest could erupt if the ruler does not and call for a fresh state elections.

    BANDAR IPOH will be in similar situation in Bangkok/Manila/Taipei where massive people demo/unrest took to the street just to send a very very VERY simple massage to the ruler – “dissolve the state assembly”.



  14. klm
    May 13, 2009 @ 23:29:23

    I think this is an UMNO trick . Remember the comment made during Zambry’s press conference that UMNO has something up its sleeve. By causing this disturbance, a state of emergency can be declared. And UMNO will rule Perak without the State Assembly. This is the same playbook of Kelantan.

    And the people making noise are muslim NGOs – probably controlled by UMNO.


  15. graveyard
    May 14, 2009 @ 00:31:57


    good one but are All muslim NGOs controlled by UMNO. Where are the NGOs that are not with AmNo?


  16. klm
    May 14, 2009 @ 11:10:54


    not all muslim NGOs are controlled by Amno. But the report did not mention which ones. I doubt the other NGOs will be stupid enough to do this.
    But UMNO would use the ones under its control to start something. The reaction is predictable. BN is just waiting to create an excuse. I have heard talks about this emergency state option.

    BTW. Dr Hsu. I saw this in MI …..Hsu, a top leader of Gerakan, a component party of BN.

    You are the man of the hour in Gerakan. Sybas.
    No Koh Tsu Koon mentioned.


  17. Dr Hsu
    May 14, 2009 @ 12:13:45

    Thanks for the tip.

    the article in Malaysian Insider, Worry over state economy as Perak remains in limbo, is actually a write up in Straits Times of Singapore. My blog is read by journalists and some columnists. But I am definitely not a top leader…. i thank the writer for writing that, but in my heart, I am just a ordianry member who happens to be elected to CC and tasked to bring differing views from the rakyat and grassroots to the top leaders, the ….228 and …338 and so on….

    The link is here:


  18. Miranda
    May 14, 2009 @ 12:15:14

    Dr Hsu,
    do you think Chang Ko Youn should resign as adviser to MB Perak?


  19. Dr Hsu
    May 14, 2009 @ 12:17:34


    i have answered your question in my comments above…Read carefully ….it is as clear as crystal..

    My view since 2006 is that Gerakan should opt out of BN and be a independent entity, going back to its ideology of a fair and equal society..

    Anyone should be able to deduce from the above comments (as well as this comment.)

    When you draw a figure, you do not need to draw the intestines.


  20. A true Malaysian
    May 14, 2009 @ 12:24:29


    I bet you that Dr. Hsu will not answer your question, simply because he is someone that will not ridicule anyone unless it is over his patience or limit.

    Let me answer, Chng Ko Youn, on morality and in the spirit of a true democracy, he should resign as advisor to MB Perak Zambry. He is in fact an illegal advisor simply because the rightful MB is Nizar.


  21. A true Malaysian
    May 14, 2009 @ 12:28:15

    Hahaha, you see, Dr. Hsu won’t answer you in directly. As what cilipadi said,

    siapa makan cili, dia rasa pedas

    You know who is this ‘siapa’ and ‘dia’, Miranda?


  22. klm
    May 14, 2009 @ 12:34:10

    Saw this in Bernama. It shows how recalcitrant UMNO is. Do you think the crisis can be resolved with such people? I don’t think so.

    Do you think Gerakan can change BN from inside?


    Penang Gerakan president Datuk Dr Teng Hock Nan was today criticised for proposing the Perak state assembly be dissolved as this is felt could cause friction in Barisan Nasional (BN).

    “In this situation, he should instead give encouragement and support to BN,” Kubu Gajah assemblyman Datuk Seri Raja Ahmad Zainuddin Raja Omar told Bernama.

    He said Teng should also instead focus on efforts to rebuild Gerakan in Penang.

    “Doesn’t Teng know that BN has the majority voice in Perak? Doesn’t he know that the crisis in Perak is due to Pakatan Rakyat’s refusal to accept the fact that they have lost the majority?” he said.


  23. annoyed
    May 14, 2009 @ 13:24:07


    Why this Raja Ahmad Zainuddin Raja Omar does not raps our good doctor here?

    I think this Raja doesn’t who is our good doctor here whose views are more pedas than this THN and more sought by all circle of national and international communities.

    Sometime is good to remain ‘small bee’ like good doctor here. Fact is that ‘small bee’ also stings, can be more severe than big bees.


  24. klm
    May 14, 2009 @ 14:16:43

    Annoyed. This go back to a previous discussion this at our good doctor (I think) said politicians only recognised position. They think power and hence influence come with position.

    As we can see Dr. Hsu opinions are now read and quoted by the media, especially after the “Boss” article. Dr. Hsu is now considered an opinion leader. His circle of influence is significant. ( 🙂 )

    This Raja Ahmad is a narrow minded political hack. I dont think he can understand this. I hope Dr. Hsu will stay below the radar of these people, so that he can continue to lead the opinion setters.


  25. Dr Hsu
    May 14, 2009 @ 14:35:54

    you are right. To us out to influence mindsets, government positions are not important. It is how you put forward your ideas… In fact positions and fame may be a hindrance. If RPK is not so poplar, he would not be in his present situation now.


  26. spc
    May 14, 2009 @ 14:59:37

    Another of Dr. Hsu opinions are quote at http://khookaypeng.blogspot.com/2009/05/umnos-fetish-with-power.html

    As the crisis is prolonged, it is crystal clear that UMNO is slowly being deserted by the people and even by its own coalition partners. MCA deputy president Chua Soi Lek had voiced out his personal preference for a fresh poll in Perak. Gerakan leaders such as Teng Hock Nan, Hsu Dar Ren and several others too wanted the mandate be returned to the people to decide their own government. Growing voices of opposition are heard from inside and outside UMNO, NGOs, the Bar Council, Suhakam and most importantly the people.

    … After last night’s rally at the Dewan MBPJ, I can anticipate the kind of reception BN is going to get at the next general election if Najib, Mahathir and Zambry are still as stubborn as the next oldest rural donkey.


  27. abcom
    May 14, 2009 @ 17:02:26

    This CoA Ramly burger judge, who fast-track Zombie’s appeal, was also implicated in VK Lingam video.

    How to play by rule, Naif TON Rasa?



  28. graveyard
    May 14, 2009 @ 17:18:03

    From Mkni==

    Dr M:- Pakatan will win Perak snap polls’

    Thank you Tun..
    But “””mydearoldhorse”””…. not like this lah….

    “Instead of fresh polls, Mahathir said the right process now is for the state assembly to sit and move a motion of no-confidence against Nizar.”


    ‘I hope people have short memories’

    Asked if the Perak debacle would affect BN’s chances at the polls in future, Mahathir replied: “I hope people have short memories”.



  29. graveyard
    May 14, 2009 @ 17:21:06

    loan a phase from the good doctor here

    ‘I hope people have short memories’




  30. petestop
    May 14, 2009 @ 18:41:35

    Just when I thought Teng Hock Nan finally step up and voice the conscience of the people…

    … he got shot down by UMNO.

    It is exactly this kind of subordination that led Penangites to kick out Gerakan.


  31. graveyard
    May 14, 2009 @ 19:56:43

    Ya petestop

    Penangites kick out Gerakan in 308GE.

    Will penangite take back Gerakan by next GE??


  32. abcom
    May 14, 2009 @ 21:31:24

  33. petestop
    May 15, 2009 @ 12:11:51


    Perception is not build up in a single day.

    I can only guarantee you that 95% of my colleagues, most of whom below 40s, will vote Pakatan Rakyat.

    The Perak fiasco, just goes to add the “conclusion” we have made on the BeEnd govt.

    Gerakan got its work cut out in order to enjoy
    the support they have in their early days, when
    they still are with the Rakyat.


  34. pohwatchdog
    May 15, 2009 @ 21:37:14

    PR or BN rule the silver state? Who do a better job?
    Let get the answer in the next GE from the people. Let the one who have the numbers to carry out their policies for the betterment of Perakians. Perakians too knew PR have their weakness. Even their own admitted that they don’t dream to rule Perak.

    Perakians should respect the wisdom of the Sultan. He have been careful with the support gained by BN before he make the decision. How can a minority ask the majority to disolve the assembly? Logic don’t come here. Who is at fault in the first place? You know the answer. Let move on


  35. cilipadi
    May 15, 2009 @ 22:05:32


    I thought you commented,

    “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.”

    You suffered from short memory like your M? You need cili to recall your memory.



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