Sunday, April 5, 2009

Fer a few lousy dollars & empty promises . . . (Ref Malaysiakini)

Two days to three massive by-elections to go & if reports are to be believed, things don't look good fer the opposition.

With limited resources stretched to the limit & people growing weary of the continuing political brickbats, BN have become more confident that they will win all three polls.

Batang Ai is almost a done deal fer BN as 98% of the electorate are Iban & they seem to think that only BN can rule. The sheer remoteness of the area is also a major stumbling block to Pakatan canvassing.

Bukit Selambau has been riddled with problems arising from the Indian community. Very sad this & as this plays straight into the hands of Barisan Najis. To think, even that irrelevant piece of shit that is Semi fooking Value can open his fooking trap to say MIC will be a better alternative fer Indians there!!! All the hard work of Mar8 in kicking these arseholes out will have been in vain!

As fer Hindraf being played with the release of their five leaders, how can people be such willing victims to blackmail? (see http://malaysiakini.com/news/101725). Fact is they were unjustly held under a piece of shite leislation. Why should the Indian community be grateful to BN fer their release?

Needless to say, me is fooking worried that Malaysians have thrown in the towel & decided to support the new goon on charge. We have done that before & fell fer the new man's empty promises. Remember the landslide fer Bodohwi after his infamous "work with me" speech? Are we so gullible to think the new bandit in charge will be any better?

Forget local politics. The electorate in the three areas must know that to give Najib the stamp of approval will be akin to signing their own death warrants. To sell their vote fer a few extra ringgit & the promise of infrastructure means a thumbs up to the ISA, race-based politics, UMNO's supreme rule & most importantly, the right fer the new Imelda Marcos wannabe to start burning our nation's cash at her fave salons & boutiques. Wanna see how one person can spend an entire nation's reserve? Give the new Imelda & her Balki cohorts some time & you'll see fer yerselves.

People please. Change will require patience & we are in battle fer the long haul. To the people of Bukit Selambau, Bukit Gantang & Batang Ai, please don't sell yer nation down the river fer a few extra lousy dollars . . .

16 comments:

Azer Mantessa said...

i think it's gonna be 2-1 for the people ... and i say the people ... in case some of you pro-BN still have no idea who are the people ... thank you.

Jon-C said...

Mate, like i said in me blog - how gullable and child-like some Boleh-land citizen can be, is beyond my comprehension and belief. Dangle a carrot in front of 'em and they can turn their backs on not only their own future but those of their own younger generation's as well.

Well, fooking done. Truly "macam-macam ada!" Was back in Perak over the weekend, and some of the banners put up by "you know who" supports really is insulting to my intelligence. *Shaking me head*

Kerp (Ph.D) said...

you dont need to figure out hard why federal leaders and media focusses more on bkt Gantang. Yb Nizar's people-friendly approach with good rapports before he was ousted is admired by many. he's a threat to be-anne.

Achilles said...

AD: Lots of people who were opposition supporters have switched because of DSAI's main promise of taking over and never fulfilling it. This alone could be play very badly for the opposition.

As for people who still use the cliche that opposition has been in power for 1 whole year and still nothing to show for... all i can say is go fook yourselves. 50 years vs 1 year... c'mon-lah... do the math.

anfield devotee said...

azer: hope yer rite . . .

JonC: Greed is fooking bliss?

kerp: Bukit Selambau could be tricky as well due to the complex nature of macha politics.

achilles: If only people could see that kicking barisan in the fooking balls would teach em a painful (& expensive) lesson, then may be we will see a serious sea change . . .

Anba said...

PETALING JAYA, April 6 — All files, pictures and samples in relation to A. Kugan, who died in custody, were seized by police from a hospital which had carried out a second post mortem on Jan 25.

A search warrant was issued to the University Malaya Medical Centre here before policemen took away the items.

Kugan was arrested on suspicion of car theft on Jan 15 but died at the police lockup five days later.

Federal Criminal Investigation Director Datuk Seri Bakri Zinin told The Malaysian Insider police were instructed to make the seizures by the Attorney-General and the move was part of ongoing investigations into the case.

Lawyer N Surendren, who is representing Kugan’s family, said he was shocked with the latest development adding police had been at UMMC the whole morning.

“I have been informed in writing by the hospital because Kugan’s family had sought the second post mortem which was carried out there.”

Meanwhile Surendren also slammed the findings of an independent committee formed by the Health Ministry today which concluded he died due to water in the lungs or acute pulmonary edema, inflammation of heart muscles or acute myocarditis which was compounded by blunt force.

Surendren said the committee has effectively found a third cause of death which is inflammation of the heart, which was never found by either pathologist who carried out the first and second post mortem.

The first post mortem carried out at the Serdang Hospital by Dr Karim Tajuddin on Jan 21 stated Kugan’s casue of death as “acute pulmonary edema” or fluid in the lungs.

A second post mortem was carried out by Dr Prashant N. Samberkar and he found Kugan died from a condition known as rhabdomyolysis, which is the rapid break-down of skeletal muscle tissue which will lead to kidney failure.

Other discrepancies, peviously reported were V-shaped marks which were described as abrasions in the Serdang Hospital report but burn wounds with a heated object in the second report.

The first report only found 22 external injuries on his body while the second found 40 such injuries.

The second post-mortem revealed congested blood vessels in Kugan’s brain haemorrhage in his neck muscles, heart and spleen, and contradicts the Serdang Hospital report which found these organs were normal.

The Serdang Hospital report says other organs in Kugan’s body were examined and were normal but the second findings showed that the organs were intact and not even removed for dissection, before the second post-mortem was conducted.

Surendren said the committee had “second guessed” the findings of the two doctors without the benefit of carrying out a post mortem and labelled the committee a whitewash.

He said unlike an on going inquiry by the Malaysian Medical Council into the case, the government independent inquiry had not called in family members or himself to give evidence or observe proceedings.

Earlier at a press conference in Putrajaya, Health Director-General Tan Sri Dr Ismail Merican disclosed the findings of the committee which was formed to investigate the discrepancies in the two post mortems. An eight page report was released to the press.

The 10-men committee unanimously agreed there was no evidence to show that the deceased had been ‘branded’ or been given repeated application of heat with an instrument or object as reported in the second post mortem.

In their opinion the injuries were the result of repeated trauma by a blunt and flexible object, like a rubber hose.

The committee found that all injuries on Kugan were insufficient to directly cause death and the discrepancies in the two reports were due to the absence of communication between the two pathologists, the misinterpretation of post mortem changes and some of the injuries by the second pathologist.

They concluded the discrepancy was not because of any foul reporting, misleading of information and there was no intention to hide information.

Dr Ismail said the differences in the number of external injuries found on Kugan, was because of different methodology used by the doctors. Dr Karim had tabulated 22 external injuries because he had grouped them by regions while Dr Prashant had listed some individually and some in groups, on the body.

He said the findings will be handed to the Attorney-General’s Chambers tomorrow.

anfield devotee said...

anba: We are living in a police state. Dah lama bro . . . yet so many still feel that everything is fair & dandy in this place.

Got a bad feeling dem BN muthafookers will have rigged the three by-elections to ensure a clean sweep today. No way Najib gonna countenance losing his first challeneges as PM . . .

Anba said...

Balaji:- Yes...me do agree that this has become a very badly governed police state...
and it has reached into a very dangerous point...not only this bro...
A lot of things in Malaysia has become really badly managed...
its just a matter of time..
I was reading the editorial excerpt from The Sun paper 2day...
They were saying how The Sepang Circuit has become badly run down..yet you wonder where did all the money go...
The Point and i reckon a lot of them recognize this ... We the rakyat of Malaysia the ppl have been taken for a ride by the greedy few...
in the name of power,money they are screwing us
up n down..left and right ...and so on..
point in case
to the ever increasing goods price,petrol, car. toll...cost of education..health etc etc...
blatant disregard of the ppl needs and democratically appointed leaders
Failing education system, judiciary...economic policy...
increase of crime rates...
Increase of Religious fanatism
Yet they still
are bleeding us dry...

anfield devotee said...

anba: and yet still people vote barisan najis . . .

Jon-C said...

Old habits die hard as they say. The "tak apa" mentality will keep this country in the dark age.

anfield devotee said...

JonC: Biggest joke is that 12 of the 13 independent Bukit Selambau calon themselves are not registered to vote. WTF???!!??

Anba said...

WTF ???... seems like the best answer to the current situation...

Jon-C said...

Chumpions! The whole lot of 'em. Fooking go spoil the voting only.

j or ji said...

PR got the bukits and BN got the batang.

anfield devotee said...

j or ji: And yet all the papers front page headlines SCREAMED BN MENANG! In small print . . . in Batang Ai aje . . .

Well done people of Bukit Selambau & Bukit Gantang!

Excellent news!

akuani said...

AD: Hindraf 3 more inside la and the 2 outside effectively restricted residence ...

The one who came out in the papers with wife and child is the brother of an ex-colleague ... it was hell time when this happened.

Well seems like the dollars made no difference eh in the end result - as predicted the results came in ...