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10 Articles On Malaysian Politics – Ambiga goes Cop, BN Addresses Protestors, Road Rage Malaysia, Democracy that DAP-Pakatan Promised but Failed to Bring (Local Council Elections not Implemented), Dong Zong Should Stop Barking up the MCA Tree and Grow their Own Tree (Field DJZ Independent Candidates), YM CM Lim Guan Eng a Specialist in ‘Not a Word On Apartheid or Democracy’ but Lots of Noise About CM Unrelated things, East Malaysia Regains Voice – Potential for Seccession If Bumi-Apartheid not Ended, DAP’s Undemocratic Culture, DAP’s Veiled Attack on Malays, Neurotech Repost (High Tech Weaponry Used Against Civilians) Postulations – reposted by @AgreeToDisagree – 7th May 2012

In 1% tricks and traps, Abuse of Power, Apartheid, Bumiputera Apartheid, critical discourse, electronic weapons, electrosmog, Freedom of Expression, freedom of speech, Human Rights Council, Informed Consent, Invasive Laws, Malaysia, Mind Control, Nepotism, neurolinguistics, Neurotech, Political Fat Cats, preventing vested interest, subtle insults, unprofessional behaviour, voting methods, voting strategy, waste of mandate on May 7, 2012 at 2:54 pm

ARTICLE 1

Ambiga: Violent protesters ‘must face full force of the law’ – The Malaysian Insider – By Clara Chooi – Sun, Apr 29, 2012

KUALA LUMPUR, April 29 — Datuk Ambiga Sreenevasan has urged that all violent protesters face the “full force of the law” if they had indeed staged attacks against the police yesterday without being provoked.

The Bersih co-chair told The Malaysian Insider that she was “very perturbed” by numerous reports that protesters for the sit-in, which was meant to be peaceful, had provoked and even attacked the police during yesterday’s event.

“To me, there is no question about it. We have never and will never ever condone that type of violence. They must face the full force of the law. This is wholly unacceptable,” she said over the phone yesterday.

Ambiga was responding to claims that protesters who insisted on staying on after Bersih 3.0 was declared concluded had used force against the police, including flinging hard objects like broken concrete slabs, traffic cones, mineral water bottles and stones at them.

But, the former Bar Council chairman stressed that she had not seen these incidents occur, pointing out that from where she had been standing, the event had gone on peacefully.

“I was on the mobile stage and from there, they were all very peaceful. I do not know who these people are… but they must face the full force of the law. No excuses at all,” she said.

She repeated concerns raised by observers that the melee may have been started when “agent provocateurs” deliberately broke through the police barricades surrounding Dataran Merdeka, which had been cordoned off to protesters due to a police court order.

She said she found it “difficult to believe” that the thousands of protesters, who had earlier been careful to remain orderly, had suddenly decided to turn unruly.

“But be mindful that I am not downplaying this violence. I do not know the facts,” she said.

Ambiga added that Bersih officials are still gathering information about the rally to ascertain who had provoked the violence and if Bersih’s protesters were indeed at fault.

But be mindful that I am not downplaying this violence. I do not know the facts. — Ambiga Sreenevasan

Riot police began making arbitrary arrests nearly four hours after the Bersih 3.0 rally was officially dispersed by its leaders when remaining protesters, numbering at least 1,000, refused to leave the streets of the capital.

In the ensuring melee, pockets of demonstrators continued to challenge and even mock the police despite being receiving repeated warnings to disperse.

Things took a violent turn when a police officer was seen dragging a man across Jalan Tun Perak, which resulted in Bersih supporters attacking the police with broken bottles, mineral water bottles and broken concrete slabs.

Amid the chaos, rumours spread that at least four protesters had died in the melee, with claims that one was even shot dead, further fuelling the crowd’s anger.

It was also reported that a convoy of police vehicles ferrying KL Mayor Tan Sri Ahmad Fuad Ismail in one of its cars was forced to make a U-turn near Masjid Jamek when met with a hostile reception from protestors.

They threw shoes and the broken concrete slabs at them, smashing the windows of two cars in the process.

A Pakatan Rakyat (PR) lawmaker has also privately admitted that the violence was a far cry from last year’s rally, and that attempts at “crowd control” were dismal at best.

“The order to disperse and go home has been given, please do so.

“The Pakatan leadership has said it is over. If you all still do this you suffer your own consequences,” a PAS Unit Amal officer was heard chastising some Bersih rally participants.

Tens of thousands of protesters took to the streets yesterday to demand for free and fair elections in the third such rally organised by Bersih, a coalition of 84 NGOs.

http://0-my.news.yahoo.com.precise.petronas.com.my/ambiga-violent-protesters-must-face-the-full-force-063143140.html

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They do not need to face ANYTHING. They can instead sue the BN for not having :

1) Freedom from Apartheid/Fascism (Article 1 Human Rights Charter)
2) Freedom from Religious-Persecution/Religious-Supremacy. (Article 18 Human Rights Charter, the issue here in Malaysia is for non-punitive Apostasy for Muslims that will not reduce Malays from becoming 2nd class citizens.)
3) Equality for all ethnicities and faiths in all aspects of policy, Law and Constitution. (Surah An Nisa 4:75)

ARTICLE 2

‘Students, own up… or else’ – Monday, May 07, 2012 – 12:44 – posted by Ram Anand – by Thasha Jayamanogaran

PETALING JAYA: Own up before we come after you.

This strong warning came from Deputy Higher Education Minister Datuk Saifuddin Abdullah to university students who have been identified by police for allegedly creating chaos during the Bersih 3.0 rally on April 28.

He said the students, whose faces were among the photographs of 49 people released by police, last Thursday, should surrender themselves rather than wait for the police to locate them.

“I urge them to come forward and assist in police investigations rather than wait.”

Saifuddin said if the students were indeed non-partisans, then they should step forward and provide details of their whereabouts on that day and what they were doing at the particular time.

“I understand there could be some of them who just went there to observe the happenings. There could also be those who went to support the 84 NGOs that form Bersih.

“They might not be part of the group involved in the chaos that day, or the group that broke police barricades.

“But they need to establish that they are not political supporters,” he said.

Earlier yesterday, police released a university undergraduate who allegedly posted comments on the Facebook website, urging and supporting an idea that all policemen be killed.

Khalid Ismath, 22, was released by Kuala Lumpur police in the morning following his arrest last Friday after a magistrate’s court rejected an application to remand him.

Confirming this with The Malay Mail, Selangor police chief Datuk Tun Hisan Tun Hamzah said Selangor police were currently assisting in the investigations and might make an arrest on their side.

“We’re investigating the location from where he made the postings. He could have been doing it from a cyber cafe, a friend’s house or via (mobile) phone,” he said.

“If the location falls under Selangor, we will make an arrest.”

In the posting earlier this week, Khalid allegedly said “I would agree if all the policemen be killed, because of the way they have treated the rakyat (during Bersih 3.0). So every time we hold demonstration, there is no more need to negotiate with the police again. We will fight on.”

Khalid’s family had reportedly denied this posting, claiming his account could have been hacked.

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Students who did get angry and emotional and in mitigation, can still blame the BN for causing the lack of the below 3 items which caused psychological streess that will be blamed on bad policy of BN. A legal precedent could be set that protects the ‘rioters’ then. It is all true and evident by BN’s racism and corruption, also the lack of proper address of effectively disallowing apostasy which means Human Rights were violated. Gather together and file a lawsuit you protestors on the below 3 items.

1) Freedom from Apartheid/Fascism (Article 1 Human Rights Charter)
2) Freedom from Religious-Persecution/Religious-Supremacy. (Article 18 Human Rights Charter)
3) Equality for all ethnicities and faiths in all aspects of policy, Law and Constitution. (Surah An Nisa 4:75)

And get a foreign lawyers like a Queen’s Counsel if possible (the Sultans and many MPs are almost English educated, this shuld help). So that the blame for your supposed violence will be exonerated, know that your anger was not your fault, BN goaded you into rioting over years of psychological suppression, oppression and bad policy, being nepotists, being corrupt, being term limitless and undemocratic, refusal to make education free, refusing to lower election deposits so that young people can run for candidacy etc..

Ambiga you FAKE! Do something for the ‘protestors’ use those contacts and the imelight the protestors gave you instead of saying they need to be punished. Use the above suggested to clear charges against people who gathered because of Bersih! Otherwise do not expect anyone to marhc if the government throws Ambiga into prison for ‘fomenting riots’.

ARTICLE 3

Snatch thief killed, Man rams motorcycle after duo grab Singaporean’s handbag – Monday, May 07, 2012 – 11:49 – by Aizat Sharif

KUALA LUMPUR: A pair of snatch thieves thought they had it easy when they snatched a handbag from a Singaporean woman early yesterday.

They did not expect to be pursued by an witness — ending in the death of one of them.

The incident occurred after the two men, aged 18 and 19, had snatched the handbag from their victim in Jalan Batu Tiga, Cheras, here at about 1am yesterday.

Cheras district police chief ACP Mohan Singh Tara Singh said the woman had just finished supper with friends at an outlet and was walking to her car when the duo, who were on a motorcycle, pounced on her.

“One of the men grabbed her handbag and fled with his accomplice on the motorcycle. The woman screamed for help and a witness, who happened to be in the car, pursued the suspects,” he said.

He said the witness gave chase in the car and caught up with the motorcycle before ramming it.

“The suspects fell and sustained grievous injuries and were taken to Hospital Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia for treatment,” Mohan said.

One of the men later succumbed to his injuries. His accomplice is still warded in the hospital with broken legs. He is being investigated under Section 395 of Penal Code for gang-robbery.

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Who made the driver the executioner of the thief? How hard did the driver ram the thief, how fast did he drive? This sounds like a manslaughter charge that the family of the deceased could well take to court. the thief could be apprehended with slight injuries at most, NOT killed. The law is for everyone and none may be executed until a fair trial was conducted. All samaritans should take care that apprehending criminals does not mean they get to be the executioners, on the spot to boot.

Ei incumbit probatio qui dicit, non qui negat, is the principle that one is considered innocent until proven guilty. This looks like ‘Manslaughter’ to me. No jury, no trial but execution on the street?

ARTICLE 4

‘Locals should run home councils’ – This guarantees Penangites control in deciding what’s best for them – Monday, May 07, 2012 – 11:47 – by A. Sangeetha

THOMAS: KL mayor’s barring of Dataran Merdeka from the Bersih rally portrays a dictatorial authority

GEORGE TOWN: The first tabling of a Bill to restore local government elections has created a stir among Penangites, especially those favouring locals running the councils instead of appointed political affiliates.

This is because the Local Government Elections (Penang Island and Province Wellesley) Bill 2012, to be tabled and eventually passed during the ongoing State Legislative Assembly sitting, strives to encapsulate the democratic rights of people.

Constitution lawyer Tommy Thomas, who worked on the legislation, said Penangites should take control in running the local councils to avoid decision-making by others that could deny them their rights.

“Kuala Lumpur City Hall mayor Tan Sri Ahmad Fuad Ismail’s decision to bar the Bersih rally participants from entering Dataran Merdeka showed the wielding of authority by a higher power,” he told a forum here yesterday.

“To avoid such incidents, locals must take control of local councils. It has been more than 45 years since the government promised to resume local elections.”

In Penang, local elections were introduced by the British in 1857 but stopped during World War I in 1913.

It resumed in 1951 with elections in all the state’s five councils but stopped again in 1965 when the federal government issued an Emergency Regulation suspending local elections in view of the Indonesian confrontation.

Then prime minister Tunku Abdul Rahman promised to resume the elections after the confrontation, that ended in 1966, but it never happened.

During the three-hour forum, some 60 participants, although supported the Bill by a show of hands, suggested the state look into several concerns in drawing up a flawless enactment including the level of independence local councillors will have in decision-making, the amount of money required to hold local elections, the ratio of councillors to each constituency, and if the mayor will be elected as well.

Women’s Centre for Change member Lim Kah Cheng, also expressed hope there would be more women representation in local councils when the enactment comes into action.

Another panel speaker, Aliran president Dr Francis Loh, said candidates must be committed in serving their community.

“Candidates should not just look at which is a higher position — federal, state or local. It’s a shift in the mind. Determine which fits the role you want to represent,” he said.

Pusat Komas director Jerald Joseph said a similar effort to introduce local elections in Petaling Jaya City Council (MBPJ) failed because the appointed councillors were not ready for a change.

“We hope Penangites will show the country the way. Having a referendum on this is a good way to create awareness of local elections on people,” he said.

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Locally selected Mayors and Councillors are just a start, we must also have :

a) TERM LIMITS (2 four year term limits, after which the post holder may NEVER hold another similar pos anywhere in Malaysia)
b) QUORUMS

; to ensure democracy and RENEWAL of the ‘dead wood’ politicians that have stayed beyond 2 terms.

ARTICLE 5

Dong Zong Pull Out Won’t Affect Committee’s Work – Bernama – Sunday, 06 May 2012 00:07

KUALA LUMPUR — The decision by the United Chinese School Committees’ Association of Malaysia (Dong Zong) to pull out from the special committee to address the shortage of teachers at Chinese primary schools would not affect the committee’s work, said Deputy Education Minister Wee Ka Siong.

He said the special committee which was set up under a cabinet directive would continue its work with other stakeholders as it was set up in good faith to consult and seek views from various stakeholders in resolving the issue.

“I regret that they (Dong Zong) have decided to pull out. However, we will continue to convene meetings and thoroughly resolve the issue. We can’t force them (Dong Zong) to attend. However, our conscience is clear and we will move forward,” he told Bernama when contacted.

On Friday, Dong Zong chairman Yap Sin Tian announced that the chinese education movement was pulling out from the special committee, claiming it did not make sense to stay on as “the committee is not a policy making body” and “not able to handle the fundamental problem” faced by the Chinese schools.

Yap also claimed that the committee could only handle technical issues and resolve problems on a case-by-case basis.

However, Wee explained that the scope of work of the special committee had been clearly spelled out, that was to deal with the problem, regardless of whether it was technical or at policy level.

He said the committee, chaired by him, had so far has come out with various efforts under an eight-point plan to address the issues which included sending teachers who were not very proficient in Mandarin to teach in Chinese vernacular schools.

The plan, endorsed by the cabinet and announced by Deputy Prime Minister Minister Muhyiddin Yassin, who is also Education Minister, in early April, also stated that teachers with the minimum Chinese language qualification at the Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) level would teach in grades A and B Chinese vernacular schools for Level One (Year One to Three) while teachers with the minimum SPM Chinese language qualification would teach in schools with a low enrolment.

Meanwhile, Federation of Chinese Associations in Malaysia (Huazong) president Pheng Yin Huah has urged Dong Zong not to quit the committee as as it was akin to giving up a direct communication channel.

“The special committee cannot make any changes to the existing policies and systems, but its recommendations reach the highest policy making decision level, that is Cabinet. Therefore, we should not give away this opportunity to solve the problem,” he said in a statement.

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DJZ has enough grassroots to field their own candidates which could wipe out MCA. What say you DJZ? Field candidates AGAINST MCA wherever MCA runs. We cannot tolerate 2nd class citizsenship anymore, and education alone is no longer the issue, apartheid and MCA’s inability to represent the Chinese community is.

ARTICLE 6

MAS-AirAsia debacle : Typical of BN’s financial malpractice – by  YM Ketua Negeri Lim Guan Eng – Monday, 07 May 2012 15:25

After eight months, the controversial MAS-Air Asia share swap has been terminated, purportedly because it has become an impediment to the recovery efforts of the loss-making flag carrier. Under the original deal, MAS would swap a 20.5% stake for 10% in Air Asia. Now, as part of the reversal of the deal, AirAsia’s chief and founder Tan Sri Tony Fernandes and deputy Datuk Seri Kamarudin Meranun have resigned from the MAS board, with MAS director Mohamed Azman Yahya following suit from AirAsia’s board.

Eight months ago, Malaysians were told that the share swap would be the cure needed to save the ailing national airline. Unfortunately, not long after that, MAS recorded a shocking net loss of RM2.52 billion for 2011, which is the tip of the iceberg for the airline that has been on a downward spiral since the departure of Dato’ Sri Idris Jala in 2009, with its bottomline declining from a net profit of RM490 million in 2009 to RM234 million in 2010 to the staggering loss of RM2.52 billion in 2011.

And now in a complete reversal, Khazanah has admitted that the latest merger of cross-holding of shares, which was intended to create economies of scale for the major shareholders, Khazanah and Tune Air, had become a distraction to the management’s efforts to turn around MAS. In other words, first we were told that the MAS-Air Asia swap would save the airline, and now after eight months we are told that it was actually causing it to fail.

Making money at the public’s expense

The failure of MAS is a direct reflection of the fundamental problems of the BN legacy, from firstly privatising and subsequently re-nationalisation. Even the 2001 bailout in which the Federal Government paid double the market price at the time could not rescue MAS from its fundamental problems. The Federal Government paid RM1.8 billion or RM8 per share to Tan Sri Tajudin Ramli instead of the market value of RM3.68 at the time.

The failure of the MAS-Air Asia share swap is not just an ordinary failed corporate merger but a failure of the Prime Minister’s much lauded ETPs that is supposed to stop the rot of mismanagement, financial malpractices and failed strategies in Government-Linked Corporations(GLCs) such as MAS.

LIM GUAN ENG IS THE DAP SECRETARY-GENERAL (brought to you by Carl’s Junior)

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We are paying that CM’s salary to ensure democracy freedom from apartheid, not for snide remarks on mere money issues that definitely are less obvious than APARTHEID ! The airline can fail or succeed but APARTHEID continues while our so-called leader does not wish to address APARTHEID but willingly wades into a non-CM purview related spat like this. This is a job for any of the Chambers of Commerce, NOT the CM of Penang, who is supposed to ensure democracy and ‘lead’ by speaking against apartheid not be a busybody on Commerce related issue. Still selling that CM’s post short I see?

Now ‘Parachute Minister Lim’ of the quorumless, nepotistic and term limitless DAP becomes a Financial blogger or is that an Airline CEO or Chamber of Commerce leader as well? Airline spats this time? Chairman of Journalists Association earlier on? So when is the CM going to  act like a CM, stop talking rubbish to the media about companies that don’t belong to Pakatan Coalition, and demand an END TO APARTHEID? Give over that CM’s post to the REAL politicians who will address democratic and political issues (via lawsuit and delegation to the UN, as well as readiness to quit the CM’s post) for lack of :

1) Freedom from Apartheid/Fascism (Article 1 Human Rights Charter)
2) Freedom from Religious-Persecution/Religious-Supremacy. (Article 18 Human Rights Charter, the issue here in Malaysia is for non-punitive Apostasy for Muslims that will not reduce Malays from becoming 2nd class citizens.)
3) Equality for all ethnicities and faiths in all aspects of policy, Law and Constitution. (Surah An Nisa 4:75)

;and at least be able to keep campaign promises like declaring assets for MPs without asking for 750K funerals. Liars, cowards who do not know what apartheid is, and nepotists from family bloc centred political parties which exclude the general public (more so intelligensia and grassroots) rather than include out of fear of toppling party hierarchy for democratic principles, do not deserve CM’s posts or the Rakyat’s vote. Which man in Penang will challenge the APARTHEID Federal Governent with that lawsuit for apartheid and prepare a UN delegation for democracy and equality in Malaysia? Secretary General Ban Ki Moon would be happy to help Malaysia END APARTHEID than watch this meaningless floundering by ‘Parachute Minister Lim’. If Lim Guan Eng can’t do that, then Lim Guan Eng needs to GTFO out of the Dewan and let someone who will address the above 3 issues take over. Nepotistic 1st term as CM almost over but not a word on APARTHEID thoughout the entire Pakatan Coalition. This Y.M. Ketua Menteri of Penang might outdo PM Najib in refusal to address REAL ISSUES.

ARTICLE 7

Jeffrey to Pakatan, BN: Get out of Sabah Monday, 07 May 2012 Super Admin

Sabah opposition STAR has refused to endorse Pakatan Rakyat de facto leader Anwar Ibrahim as prime minister if the opposition prevailed in the coming 13th General Election.

(Free Malaysia Today) – State Reform Party (STAR) Sabah chairman, Jeffrey Kitingan, has again called for all Peninsula-based political parties to get out of Sabah.

The maverick politician urged the opposition Pakatan Rakyat coalition parties – PKR, DAP and PAS – and the ruling Barisan Nasional coalition members – Umno, MCA MIC and Gerakan – to fold up their tents and leave Sabah to Sabahans.

He advised the Peninsula-based opposition parties to instead focus their strength on wresting all the 165 parliamentary seats at stake in the Peninsula and let the opposition here battle it out for the 25 parliamentary seats in Sabah.

“Leave Sabah and Sarawak political parties to stand in the rest 57 (parliamentary seats) in both states and in Labuan. We will know what is best to do for Sabah and help form a federal government when the right time comes,” Jeffrey said when he launched Paginatan Ranau near here Saturday.

“We don’t want to consider Pakatan as our enemy, but we plead to its leaders to consider the fact that it already has ave 165 out of 222 parliamentary seats to contest.

“Why should they still come here and take our Sabah and Sarawak seats?

“Let Sabah and Sarawak political parties contest in the two states and we will support you to get Putrajaya,” he told the more than 400 supporters who attended the function in Kampung Tagudon Baru, Ranau.

Jeffrey singled out PKR in his plea when he said: “If PKR wants to take Sabah and Sarawak seats, it would expose itself to the danger of being labelled as another Umno or even worse than Umno because it wants to take more seats than what Umno already has in Sabah.”

However, the younger brother of Sabah Deputy Chief Minister Joseph Pairin Kitingan, the Parti Bersatu Sabah (PBS) supremo, refused to endorse Pakatan de facto leader Anwar Ibrahim as prime minister if the opposition prevailed in the coming 13th general election.

Observers note that Jeffrey has left the door open to STAR helping the BN form the next government if it could wrangle a better deal for Sabah from them unlike other opposition parties in the state.

Anwar has Yong’s backing

This is in contrast to another Sabah opposition leader, Yong Teck Lee, who helms the Sabah Progressive Party (SAPP), and has said his party would support Anwar as prime minister if the opposition wins.

Yong and his party have also rejected the all-or-nothing stand by Jeffrey and have indicated that they are willing to let Pakatan contest in two-thirds of the parliamentary seats in Sabah in return for Pakatan’s support for it to contest in two-thirds of the 60 state seats.

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Good call. Without the neglected East Malaysia (which could well set up their own country anyway) BN in Peninsular Malaysia is finished. PM Najib might still make GE13 *IF* PM Najib uses that mandate to grant :

1) Freedom from Apartheid/Fascism (Article 1 Human Rights Charter)
2) Freedom from Religious-Persecution/Religious-Supremacy. (Article 18 Human Rights Charter, the issue here in Malaysia is for non-punitive Apostasy for Muslims that will not reduce Malays from becoming 2nd class citizens.)
3) Equality for all ethnicities and faiths in all aspects of policy, Law and Constitution. (Surah An Nisa 4:75)

Congrats to East Malaysia in regaining their autonomy from among the worst, most racist and most corrupt political coalitions in the world. Also no state needs to be a slave to any Federal Government when they can UN style exercise a dignified existence as a democratic TERM LIMITED and equal society. Strange how adults make other adults pander to their buddy-buddy b.s.. Well here’s one happy ending on Malaysia, the East Malaysians found their sense of self and self determinism again! to To demand equality or at least what is due to Sabah and Sarawak. Good idea on creating more states and hence mire votes too.

ARTICLE 8

DAP wants vice-chair to explain new anti-Bersih remarks – Sunday, 06 May 2012 Super Admin

(The Malaysian Insider) – The DAP disciplinary board wants Senator Tunku Abdul Aziz Tunku Ibrahim to confirm if he has repeated his public criticism of Bersih 3.0 despite recently earning the party leadership’s rebuke.

“I am trying to locate Tunku for the statement,” Tan Kok Wai, the board’s chairman, said while confirming the issue with The Malaysian Insider today.

Tan declined, however, to comment further on the matter.

Tunku Abdul Aziz was reported yesterday as saying that the organisers of Bersih 3.0 cannot solely blame the police for the violence that occurred during last Saturday’s rally for free and fair elections.

“The Bersih organisers should accept that there are substantial elements within the rally from people whose intentions were to create havoc and cause chaos as long as it is possible,” the DAP vice-chairman was quoted by The Star as saying.

“Instead of shifting all the blame on the police, they need to realise that they are at fault too. Besides, they are not a group of angels descended from heaven who are completely blameless,” he added.

Tunku Abdul Aziz, who was Transparency International Malaysia’s founding president, said that although he did not deny there were some Bersih rally participants who genuinely sought electoral reforms, “but as evident, there were people who thought differently”.

“Bersih 3.0 lost control of their agenda because their agenda was hijacked,” said the DAP leader.

Tunku Abdul Aziz has been the lone voice within DAP and Pakatan Rakyat (PR) who had openly declared his rejection of Bersih 3.0, saying the event encourages Malaysians to “break the law”.

“My opposition to this kind of demonstration is — we are encouraging people to break the law and we are supposed to be lawmakers. I think there is a contradiction here.

“I am in favour of us assembling if that is not breaking the law but breaking the law is something that I cannot support,” he had said days before the April 28 rally.

The open criticism earned him a censure from DAP secretary-general Lim Guan Eng, who said Tunku Abdul Aziz had embarrassed the party with his remarks.

Commentator Comments

written by doitanyway, May 08, 2012 00:39:19
Dear DAP disciplinary board , whatever you all wish to do, please do so in private and out of respect for the Tunku. BN govt is out to gain mileage from this episode. As for the rest of us lets be patient.
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written by I am a believer, May 07, 2012 15:21:12
But Tunku have you not read that a revolution is not a dinner party, so magnanimous, restrained or orderly ?
A revolution is a rebellious action where the one suppressed class overthrow another ! Please don’t talk about ‘ respecting’ the law here ! Najib and Dr M have both trespassed a million times to cling on power.
I have not heard a single ‘ wise word ‘ from you regarding corruption at the highest office ! I leave it to the French judge to investigate !
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written by e477081, May 07, 2012 14:19:25
TAZ is just another UMNO undercover, once he’s got no chance to stand a seat in the coming election he will display his true color. DAP has to be aware of UMNO undercover, stick to your fair, justice and meritocracy principles. Recruit those who put Malaysian first, their race second. Once DAP proven to be a right party for the righteous Malays, they will join DAP soon. No rush but has to take aggressive actions now, it will take a long time tocorrrect the wrong perception implanted by UMNO among most of the Malays.
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written by Angry bird, May 07, 2012 12:22:46
Turku aziz should be allowed his opinions, DAP should just say “we respect Tunku Aziz opinions but sometimes when the laws and those that enforce them do so in a biased manner, it is our responsibility to oppose them. To do nothing is to support such oppression. We hope that the Tunku understands the need to protect the people rights if the laws and those that enforces them conspires to detrimance of those rights”

For democracy to be preserved, it must first exist.
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written by Crookinparadize, May 07, 2012 12:06:11
Tunku is asking the rakyat to sit by and allow the evil empire to rape , torture and humiliate us while he stand by and nod approvingly! I know in that situation he won’t help and rescue the rakyat by force if neccessary. He won’t be breaking the evil law . He want to be on the good book of the evil empire. He’s a traitor to the rakyat! He’s as morally corrupted as the evil BN. He’s not the opposition of the evil BN. He’s a conspirator to evil BN encouraging his rakyat to accept the evil treatment forced on them! He’s as devil in disguise!
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written by fandi, May 07, 2012 11:59:30
Well what is the opposition fighting for it is Freedom of speech and freedom to rally, so what is the fuz about Tunku giving his own opinion on the rally.Is he not entitle to his opinion although he is a DAP high ranking member. Everyone is entitled to his/her opinion. If he is not able to speak out then this episode becomes like UMNO you cannot talk freely and talk against the gomen. Is this what the opposition wants the people to be like the people of UMNO where you cannot talk against or advise the party the bad path it is taking. We are all grown up and listen to the old wise man. If you do not agree it is just too bad. Is it to be like George Bush if you are not agreeable with me then you are my enemy. Where have democracy gone to. People wake up and decide with your heart and vote not with your bad ear which you do not like to hear other people’s comment. Do you think other people also like to hear your comment.
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written by nostradamus, May 07, 2012 11:37:28
another zulkifli nordin, ezam mat nor, etc to be…..
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written by truthbespoken, May 07, 2012 11:03:54
Tunku Aziz is obviously on the wrong side of history. Why must he insist that it was the protestors who broke the law when it was the police who trapped them into doing it and fired tear gas and water cannon at them to ensure the melee prevailed? Where is your commonsense, Tunku? And what is the real reason that caused you to break ranks openly with your party-mates on this matter? You knew you are going to be deprived of a lot to stand for elections or what? Tunku, a senatorship is already good enough for you. For your own sake, you are too old to stand for elections. In the end of it all, I am of the opinion that you think too highly of yourself! History tells us no one is indispensible. Reconcile Tunku before you further disgrace yourself publicly.
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written by Jayendran, May 07, 2012 10:43:39
DAP is not practicing freedom of expression in this case. Funny thing is they want us to trust them to protect our rights and welfare.
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written by l0rd, May 07, 2012 10:11:35
DAP is the prison of mind and their shackles of choice is gag order but this prisoner Tunku Abdul Aziz is prove to be tougher than rock.
-4

written by jimmy lim, May 07, 2012 10:04:17
No one is denying Tunku’s right to speak up (hey DAP did just that) but he should be man n honourable enough to voice his view as an individual after he has resigned from DAP. If he cant even differentiate simple right from wrong then he has actually wasted his life all these years sitting on the fence
+9

written by oA, May 07, 2012 10:01:34
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it is his right to freedom of speech BUT saying it with DOWN right lies is another story. this guy has something terrible to hide.
+2

written by Vincenzo, May 07, 2012 08:51:05
“My opposition to this kind of demonstration is — we are encouraging people to break the law and we are supposed to be lawmakers. I think there is a contradiction here.”

I do believe that he is too late. Umno/BN has beaten him to it by at least 22 years – thanks to Mahathir and his successors. Now, Pakatan is trying to get into Gov’t to reverse the situation and the Rakyat is supporting them. I believe Tunku has read the situation wrongly. Stockholm syndrome?
+3

written by zambri, May 07, 2012 08:18:17
He said ‘we should not break the laws, but he can’t even follow his own party’s rules and regulations!

What kind of logic this old fart is trying to tell us? Resign like a gentleman if you still have pride.
+5

written by Loyal Malaysian, May 07, 2012 06:51:04
I grant aziz his democratic right to voice his opinions.
Yet, he cannot ignore the fact he stands as the Vice Chairman of the DAP.
Since disciplinary proceedings have been initiated, perhaps Aziz may want to resign his post and the Senatoeship?
+15

written by plato, May 07, 2012 06:45:29
What law did they break ?They were allowed to a peaceful demonstration
+3

written by DapSupporter, May 07, 2012 02:52:03
ross: Convictions means do things with conscience, righteouness and justice. This is nothing about conviction but the freedom of speech. He didn’t even speak bad about any opposition parties, bersih is not even about opposition party but free and if free andif fair elections can make BN win more, so be it. So he didn’t really say bad about opposition though opposition will benefi the most about it, speak against opposition you are a BN cybertrooper, turncoat, boughtover, speak bad about BN, you are righteous and what’s not. Where is the respect for freedom of speech? If you have the conviction, then let him speak what he wants which is respecting people’s right of freedom of speech, obviously you have no conviction and at best a hyprocrite.
+9

written by Pro-arte, May 07, 2012 01:57:30
History will bear witness to the fact that the anti-Apartheid demostrations in South Africa, the demonstrations against Bashir Asad’s regime in Syria, the Tahrir Square demonstrations were also interpreted as being ‘against the law’ by these rogue regimes. Helping Jews to escape deportations to the concentration camps was also ‘against the law’ in the Third Reich. Tunku Aziz should openly declare which side of the moral divide he is on.

Tunku Aziz must realise that freedom assembly is a constitutional right. Why should gathering on ‘Freedom Square’ to protest against electoral fraud be regarded as an illegal gatheirng? Only a corrupt and immoral regime would try to violently suppress such a noble expression of multi-racial demcratic aspirations.
+26

written by John Jugalaks, May 07, 2012 01:21:46
He is right. The truth is a bitter pill to swallow.
-11

written by Lee, May 07, 2012 00:11:50
What can I say?, the Election is near, there will be hitting below the belt,spinning, lies ,u name it. Political Parties from both sides will be surprised by some of their collegues & comrades,this is Politics.Like what an old friend of mine an UMNO Veteran(Hamzah Abu Samah) during Tunku’s days said ,u have to expect the unexpected.Theres always a dagger behind u,it will strike when u least expect it.Don’t be surprised to find out too late that it could be ur own brother doing it.
+20

written by mahathir, May 06, 2012 23:32:25
What has Bersih got to do with DAP? Why must be ashamed?
-8

written by ross, May 06, 2012 23:30:01
Why is DAP treating this Bloke with kid gloves?
Give him the boot if you have the conviction.

[[[ *** RESPONSE *** ]]]

Party line? F— DAP. Democracy HAS NO LINES. Or did DAP mean Lim Kit Siang and Karpal Singh’s line. DAP is a horrible nepotistic family business political party that only undiscerning idiots would join. F— DAP. Rules and party lines ae meant to be challenged. Just as parochial as BN then, and Xian Fundo to boot backed by their dangerous and weirdo 7th Day Adventistm psyche establishment backed POISONERS. Whats so great about DAP?

Time for the below list of nepotistic dynasties in DAP to be removed, Tunku Aziz could lead the revolution :

Please note the Oligarchs in Pakatan as listed below :

NEPOTISM IN PAKATAN RAKYAT Three of the below must be challenged so that only a single candidate without relatives remains :

Lim Kit Siang (MP Ipoh Timur – Perak)
Lim Guan Eng (MP Air Puteh – Penang)
Chew Gek Cheng (Assemblyman Kota Laksamana – Malacca) Guan Eng’s wife
Lim Hui Ying Guan Eng’s sister (Vice-Chairman)

Two of the below must be challenged so that only a single candidate without relatives remains :

Karpal Singh (MP Jelutong – Penang)
Gobind Singh (MP Puchong – Selangor)
Karpal’s son Jagdeep Singh (Asssemblyman Dato Keramat – Penang) Karpal’s son

Two of the below must be challenged so that only a single candidate without relatives remains :

Anwar Ibrahim (MP Permatang Pauh, Seberang Prai)
Wan Azizah
Nurul Izzah Anwar(MP Lembah Pantai – Kuala Lumpur) Anwar’s Daughter

Also either Ngeh (Pantai Remis) or Nga (Sitiawan) must go to prevent 2nd degree nepotism and the kind of environment that caused DAP’s Kulasegaran, PKR’s Gobalakrishnan, to be kicked out possibly an act of racism but more likely at the order of the Lim Dynasty clique.

BN of course we do not need to discuss, blocs of relatives galore.
Nepotism: Umno controlled by 3 families. – by Patric McClean http://macleanpatrick.com/category/published-articles/page/6/

For even stronger consideration, I also list seats that HRP demands :

1. Padang Serai (Incumbent: PKR – N Gobalakrishnan)
2. Batu Kawan (DAP – Ramasamy)
3. Sungei Siput (PSM – Dr D Jeyakumar)
4. Ipoh Barat (DAP – N Kulasegaran)
5. Bagan Datoh (BN – Ahmad Zahid Hamidi)
6. Cameron Highlands (BN – SK Devamany)
7. Hulu Selangor (BN – P Kamalanathan)
8. Kuala Selangor (PAS – Dzulkefy Ahmad)
9. Klang (DAP – Charles Santiago)
10. Kota Raja (PAS – Siti Mariah Mahmud)
11. Rasah (DAP – Anthony Loke)
12. Teluk Kemang (PKR – Kamarul Baharin Abbas)
13. Alor Gajah (BN – Fong Chan Onn)
14. Tebrau (BN – Teng Boon Soon)
15. Lembah Pantai (PKR – Nurul Izzah Anwar)

HRP might very well be aware of some things we are not aware of to list some surprising choices as well, do not discount their reasons. PSM’s Jeyakumar appears to have been bought by BN though, so their viability is uncertain until PSM’s clique leadership changes. I have done some probing and casual calls to PSM, they are not very grassroots, DAP of course (also tried earlier) is far worse and absolutely TREACHEROUS and clique based and beholden to SINGAPORE’s PAP. I would not be surprised if the nepotists in DAP are rounded up a 2nd time, for collusions with Singapore to subvert Malaysian Federal authority instead amongst other things like ‘neurotech abuse’.

Everyone else, should meanwhile stand as independents in any constituency with bad assemblymen or MPs or people who do not endorse term limits and asset declarations. Here’s something that will help voters decide if candidacy is not their thing or too expensive :

Barisan – Apartheid, Corrupt and Nepotistic-Oligarchs
Pakatan – Corrupt and Nepotistic-Oligarchs (excepting PAS)
3rd Force – Corrupt Only (watch Marina’s cliques as well)

Pick the coalition with the least flaws. End the APARTHEID ! Destroy the Oligarchs in all political coalitions ! 3rd Force is best.

ARTICLE 9

Tunku Aziz asked to quit – Sunday, 06 May 2012 Super Admin

(Malaysian Digest) – Democratic Action Party (DAP) vice chairman Tunku Abdul Aziz Tunku Ibrahim has been asked to leave the party for allegedly not toeing the party’s line.

Selangor DAP assemblyman for Kota Alam Shah M Manoharan is of the opinion that Tunku Aziz, who is also a Senator, should quit DAP if he doesn’t agree with the party’s stance on the Bersih street demonstrations.

Manoharan told The Mole: “Tunku Abdul Aziz should leave the party if he cannot agree with us, especially on Bersih.”

“If he is really a man of honor, he should not hold on to his Senator post too. Leave it and do not wait for his term to expire.”

In a scathing attack, Manoharan accused his vice president of not appreciating the struggles of DAP leaders in championing human rights, and disregarded the honor of senatorship awarded to him by the party.

“Despite him being aware that he was breaking the party’s stand on the matter, I find it unacceptable for him to continue defying the party and keeps reiterating his stand,” Manoharan stressed.

Manoharan who had previously been reprimanded by the DAP disciplinary committee for his slur against Jalur Gemilang was commenting on Tunku Abdul Aziz’s statement on Saturday, where he continued to criticize Bersih’s organizers for allowing politicians to hijack the demonstration and for solely blaming the police force for the clashes.

“Tunku Aziz was not there (at the demonstration). What does he know about what had transpired? It is outrageously wrong for Tunku Abdul Aziz to comment in such manner.

“DAP disciplinary committee should have taken stern action against Tunku Aziz when he first commented about Bersih 3.0 last week.

“I still believe it is the police who should be blamed and take the responsibility over what happened,” Manoharan added.

Tunku Abdul Aziz had said yesterday that the Bersih organizers should look at themselves first before being so quick to blame the police for last Saturday’s violence, when they had allowed politicians to hijack the demonstration.

The Mole reported on Tuesday that DAP had no plan for any disciplinary action against Tunku Abdul Aziz.

Tunku Aziz’s decision to join DAP in 2008 was lauded by many DAP leaders including its national publicity secretary Tony Pua, who once wrote that getting Tunku Abdul Aziz, whom many regard as a towering Malaysian in the party as a big catch.

However due to his latest remarks against the Bersih 3.0 demonstrations, Tunku Abdul Aziz was called an embarrassment to the DAP by the party’s secretary general Lim Guan Eng.

Bersih 3.0 steering committee Wong Chin Huat when contacted said he was surprised with Tunku Abdul Aziz’s statement.

“Coming from a police family, Tunku (Abdul Aziz) should not be defending the violence.

“Is he saying just because politicians spoke at the event, it is justified for any political violence? Are the police paid to beat the politicians and protesters?” Wong questioned, while blaming the police for the alleged violence at the demonstration that turned into riots…

Wong also questioned why the uniformed police were stationed at the barricades instead of the FRU, suggesting that the situation should have been handled differently.

Bersih 3.0 co-chairperson Datuk Ambiga Sreevanasan said in a text message in response to Tunku Abdul Aziz’s statement: “We do not blame all the police but some who were clearly there to create the trouble. When did we create trouble?”

“Remember there was no violence until after the police shot tear gas. Once tear gas was shot it became their responsibility. How can we be responsible for police violence?”

Commenting on the hijack by politicians during the rally, Ambiga said: “Bersih will never lose its cause. Ask anyone to say that to more than 250,000 people. While politicians were there it was the ordinary people who made it happen.”

[[[ *** RESPONSE *** ]]]

Tunku should QUIT **AT** DAP. How does a spate or ahem-ings of all DAP offices where nepotists and term limiteless trouble makers are seated sound? That should put paid to the non-grassroots corporatist creeps. Tunkgku’s presence is a gentleman’s pact sort of thing showing assent of the Ruler’s Collectove. Without Tunku in DAP, the gloves will come off, and not necessarily to bad effect either. Being a Tunku though, this is a deadly insult akin to an ORDER (more so in a supposedly democratic party to boot, we do remember why DAP only lasted 1 term in the 1990s) and Tungku should switch to supporting 3rd Force Coalition (3rd Force Coalition can gather the leaders and make a formal appointment to appoint Tungku as the LEADER of the 3rd Force instead if lending weight to ungrateful and nepotistic, also authoritaran Pakatan).

ARTICLE 10

Please note my findings (also feel free to dispute) below on the end of mental autonomy we are quite close to, and try to create awareness and eventually table laws.

*** “NEUROTECH” ***

Warning to Citizens of the World – FOR GOVERNMENTS AROUND THE WORLD :

There is a technological dimension of justice and element of consideration that nullifies the entire case of criminality or even LGBT (not that LGBT itself should be persecuted either for those naturally occurring cases) who are manufactured and influenced to a degree and is ignored (perhaps intentionally?) by the press and media and hidden by government which refuse to expose and write laws preferring to use as an extrajudicial weapon of torture or murder there can be no escape from. The legal system and education system has failed to warn or protect us from such manipulations which are contrived by the Telco or government in collusion against citizens.

Human civilisation has fallen to a wretched state today, even religious institutions have used these things to profit off the unsuspecting citizentry. Be aware of what is happening and those with any ethics would work to expose the technology or methods used against our fellow human beings in this manner.

Mental Autonomy / mental Privacy is likely to end with 2600 Mhz Telco GridsWhile the infrastructure appears not much different, the technological levels have reached unbelievable levels, and thus the government needs to be HONEST alongside any with supposedly privileged knowledge that they would keep secret to control and suppress free enterprise and ultimately freedom of society and supress equality in man or to suppress those deemed too superior genetically and socially.

“” There must be accountability and preventive laws as well as counter measures and Technology expositions made to warn the public as well as aid in apprehension of criminals currently using such technologies to profiteer off ailments or attempts to destroy reputation and subvert society or end free enterprise as well. Civil society opt out zones (i.e. EMF/Satellite dish free zones) should also be available, or at least EMF shielding devices made available to the public.

Make the world a ‘Free Neutral Nation’ or you will find asylum seekers from all corners of the world suffering with no legal recourse from Human Rights Abuses by Neurotech and Psychotronics, help other nations set up the same laws. “”

Hopefully the handful of free souls left or those who managed to corroborate evidence and experience as I did will be able to create new and protective laws via landmark cases as I now work upon to ensure the freedom of society and freedom of mankind.

For example Anwar and Saiful Sodomy Case Malaysia, Malaysia’s Minister Maid Rape Case, Prince Saud Abdulaziz Bin Nasir Al Saud’s Gay Lover Killing Case, the Catholic Priests overcome with lust for children, I strongly believe that due to their strong religious and family upbringing and even some of us due to our station, political beliefs and political alignments, or threat of presenting too powerful a social or psychological, even psychic competition, or even intelligence, or even failed relationships with people having access to such devices – have been groomed into rape, murder, LGBT or even simulated mental illness specifically to weaken their voice. Let them seek justice and reclaim their reputations.

Study the below links and learn about the existence and abuse of neurotech :

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-1346900/The-app-read-mind-iPhone-brainwave-detector-matter-time.html

http://www.examiner.com/human-rights-in-national/big-brother-watching-you-billboards-emerging

http://myweb.cableone.net/mtilton/index.html

http://www.examiner.com/conservative-in-midlandodessa/iran-breaks-u-s-monopoly-on-bio-implants

(See even Iran has bio-implants already)

http://fedgeno.com/links/secretly-forced-brain-implants-explosive-court-case-national-human-rights-examiner-com

http://www.rense.com/political/weapons/nsa.html

http://www.rense.com/general92/elcs.htm

http://educate-yourself.org/dc/gwentowersbybyronweeks.shtml

http://www.facebook.com/topic.php?uid=318515515322&topic=16346

http://www.facebook.com/topic.php?uid=318515515322&topic=15792

http://ongangstalking.blogspot.com/2010/11/deb-dupre-article-in-examiner-actor.html

NASA Research: Reading Thoughts Using Electromyography
http://sigint.wordpress.com/2008/02/09/subvocal-recognition-using-electromyography/

Air Travel Privacy – FOIA Documents (EEG based mind readers)
http://epic.org/privacy/airtravel/foia/foia1.html

http://www.alternet.org/module/printversion/140206

http://www.rense.com/general92/mile.htm

http://educate-yourself.org/cn/chinesepsychotronicvictims13nov08.shtml

http://educate-yourself.org/mc/

http://mindcon.wordpress.com/

There must be accountability and preventive laws as well as counter measures and Technology expositions made to the public as well as apprehension of criminals currently using such technologies to profiteer off ailments or attempts to destroy reputation and subvert society as well.

CRIMINALS who have abused people with what are weapons BEWARE. Your days of abusing the voters are numbered.

Those with the knowledge, please investigate and prepare for a landmark case and exposition on electronic weapons with bills tabled for criminalisation of usage against civilians, that will exhonerate so many victims that have been wrongly accused of being criminals as well for being victims of electronic manipulation.

Pls. google “Unmoderated Malaysian Comments” for more.

We hope PM Najib or Home Minister Hisahmuddin (Hussein Initiative pls!!!) gives us a break by implementing laws banning such Electronic Harrassment / EMF Wave technologies, because without free will, we will not be a country of men anymore but mere automatons run on alogarithms in some computer beaming who to vote for via satellite.

We are in a high tech era, don’t imagine 3G or 4G telecoms towers or the 2600 Mhz 700 Mhz or Wiifi frequency will not be used against us. Those people in the know here are already acting :

Taman Brown
http://thestar.com.my/metro/story.asp?file=/2011/1/5/north/7714778&sec=north

Lintang Macallum
http://thestar.com.my/metro/story.asp?file=/2010/12/8/north/7564937&sec=north

Now you know why 8 Billion FDI left Malaysia last year and that Malaysia may be limited to production industries only henceforth and that anything you hold private can no longer be private any more.

Start investigating or tabling anti Telcoms Tower, 2600 Mhz or 700 Mhz, Wiifi pre-emptive/prohibitive laws, or opt out zones – it already is very late, there is no more private mental space or industrial secret anymore.

Who knows if the Altantunya case was somehow caused by neurotech as well obtained by the opposition by PAP? A reason to use the ISA if true correct?

Also note the lorry driver Chow Yan Wai who if :

1) related to Chow Kon Yeow (Tanjung MP Penang PAP stooge very likely using neurotech – will be confirmed and a police report brought up in time if true) could be involved in the murder purportedly suicide of Ngeow Tie Wie (their murder inspired modus operandi which I currently am corroborating)

http://thestar.com.my/news/story.asp?file=/2011/1/17/nation/20110117141111&sec=nation

2) Chow Hon Chin might also have access to the same neurotech to similate and CHEAT people into thinking there are spirits in order to defraud them

ALL of the above Chow Kon Yeow, Chow Hon Chin, Chow Yan Wai could be relatives (a nepotistic thread in PAP and DAP) and have access to neurotech at LKY’s permission? Note that LKY’s daughter is involved in appointed tender Biopolis Neurotech Institute. And that LKY’s son controls Singapore Telecoms. What would Neurotech and Telecoms combined result in? Orwellian society without mental autonomy.

The links are becoming clear. Any reporters able to confirm the family links or DAP suicide inducement modus operandi via neurotech? In that case the Altantunya case could have been caused by PAP indirectly through DAP proxies. This should be investigated by the Special Branch and confirmed. If so, I will also corroborate evidence if needed. Hope we can ensure mental autonomy from these treasonous toads who have hurt the PM Najib’s reputation, the Human Rights Abusers, nepotistic oligarchs and technology based fraudsters will be exposed and taken in to ISA as they rightfully deserve.

http://thestar.com.my/lifestyle/story.asp?file=/2011/1/17/lifeliving/7784516&sec=lifeliving

The Surinders also need to be aware as someone (possibly from DAP) might be planning something worse with the lost hair as an excuse by technology based fraudsters to make a mockery of the Sikh community via the ‘black magic’ method based on technology as in the case of :

Neurotech Conjob Poseur
http://thestar.com.my/lifestyle/story.asp?file=/2011/1/17/lifeliving/7784516&sec=lifeliving

The Surinders
http://article.wn.com/link/WNATC7BCA71C377C6E4D0E952F574788964A?source=templategenerator&template=sikhpost/onephoto.txt

Is so called Chow ghostbuster related to Chow Kon Yeow? Then the PAP, DAP, neurotech connection is ever clearer.

From the information on the links below, they can use psychotronics or EMFs to simulate such things as well then later come in to ‘exorcise’ as if it was a spirit. Technological warfare against citizens simulated as spiritual issues. Many of such things are neurotech based con jobs and should be exposed for what they are.

There must be accountability and preventive laws as well as counter measures and Technology expositions made to the public as well towards apprehension of criminals currently using such technologies to profiteer off ailments or attempts to destroy reputation and subvert society as well.

CRIMINALS who have abused people with what are weapons BEWARE. Your days of abusing the voters are numbered. (Astro? Streamyx? Wiifi?)

Those with the knowledge, please investigate and prepare for a landmark case and exposition on electronic weapons with bills tabled for criminalisation of usage against civilians, that will exhonerate so many victims that have been wrongly accused of being criminals as well for being victims of electronic manipulation.

I hope all Human Rights NGOs I hope all Human Rights NGOs or goodly political parties will be able to get those laws tabled soon, there is little time and I would even say that the 2012 ‘End of World’ scenario specifically refers to end of mental autonomy. A massive Telco grid of some sort might be switched on or linked at the time and at that point, I fear that only bloody revolution could be the only thing that could save us, and that is something most of the world will not want and most civilians would be the worse for. Work fast and keep as many as possible informed, or at least make a LIST OF COUNTRIES which have laws against such terrible (though non physical/destroying souls is worse flesh wounds) Human Rights Abuses!

Work fast and keep as many as possible informed, or at least make a LIST OF COUNTRIES which have laws against such terrible Human Rights Abuses (though non physical/destroying souls is worse than flesh wounds)! Malaysia’s neutrality in the Human Mental-Spiritual Rights area has already been compromised, visit Malaysia at your own risk!

This is but the tip of the spying iceberg . . . try EMF/ELF Telco ad Clephone based neurotech . . .

 

MENTAL AUTONOMY IS AN ASPIRATION OF ALL HUMANITY.

AgreeToDisagree  –  January 25, 2011 at 8:32 am

 

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