Friday, January 07, 2011

Perkasa says no to Teoh royal commission

Malay rights pressure group Perkasa instructed the federal government not to proceed with its plan to establish a Royal Commission of Inquiry into political aide Teoh Beng Hock's death.

At a press conference today, Perkasa chief Ibrahim Ali said there was no need for the commission because the inquest had already declared an open verdict on his cause of death.

"We should all just leave it. Given that the courts had already decided on the matter, having the commission to probe the matter was tantamount to disrespecting the courts and a waste of public funds.

"(What) if this commission does work? What else will we establish next?" Ibrahim asked.

Ibrahim commended Najib for attempting to show that his administration was transparent.

“For that I salute him,” said Ibrahim.

Meanwhile, Ibrahim announced that Perkasa's second national gathering will take place on Feb 26 at Pasir Salak, Perak, the site of JWW Birch's slaying by Maharajalela and his assistant Sepuntum in 1874.

Mahathir will officiate the event that is themed 'Bersatu teguh, becerai roboh (together we stand, divided we fall)'.

Ibrahim expects about 15,000 people at the event. Speakers would be talking about the Malay and bumiputera economic agenda.

“This will bring awareness for the Malays and the bumiputera. It is about Malay rights. It is not racist but (an attempt) to ensure we gets a fair share,” he said.

In another report, the Indonesian woman has vehemently denied that she was raped by Information Communication and Culture Minister Rais Yatim.

"The maid, who returned to Central Java after leaving Malaysia, is now living in peace and calm in her tranquil village," said National Agency for Placement and Protection of Indonesian Workers chairman Jumhur.

So, who says the Indonesian woman was raped? She wasn't!!! She is happy and living in peace and prosperity. Who is trying to tarnish Rais Yatim's good reputation? Who? Who?

Perkasa intent to punish those who didn't! But the Chinese didn't say it. But they can't deny that they have to be blamed even if they didn't ... it was their fault; otherwise how can Rais be blamed?

In another surprise news today, the Penang branch chairperson of the Malaysian Malay Contractors Association, Mohammed Fadzill Hassan, tendered his apology to Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng for making various attacks on him.

He said he apologised to Lim for his remarks because Malay contractors now wanted to work closely with the state.

In his latest attack last month, Mohammed Fadzill claimed that the Malay community was only awarded projects of insignificant value.

Utusan Malaysia challenged Lim Guan Eng to provide details of the projects.

In response, the Penang state government released statistics to show that Malay contractors have been getting almost all projects given out by the Pakatan Rakyat administration.

The record showed that 94 percent of the state's Public Works Department (PWD) contracts were awarded to Malay contractors, while the Department of Drainage and Irrigation awarded all of its projects to contractors from that community.

But Perkasa is still upset that there's still 6% that was not awarded to them! 6% is a lot!!! Ibrahim Ali is also a contractor and was not awarded any project. That's not fair to the Malays. How come the Penang Govt did not give half of the 6% to that Malay? That's not fair to the Malays! Perkasa will have to debate this at the Pasir Salak gathering on the Bumiputera economic agenda. They had not being fair to Ibrahim Ali's family and that's against the Bumiputera economic agenda. It's unfair; and Penang better be fairer.


Read related news at:

Perkasa says no to Teoh royal commission

Indonesian maid denies rape by Rais

Malay contractors apologise to Guan Eng



hasilox said...

Malay rights foremost important is not to have morons, lunatics, and thieves to be their leaders.

Boleh circus is like having pedophiles to represent kids. How wonderful.

Anonymous said...

1malaysia = 100% to umno, no more, no less

Chauncey Gardener said...


It is not Malay rights. It is Special Privileges.

Until we get out media organisations to stop perpetuating this fallacy, Malaysians will continue to be confused.

Anonymous said...

Chauncey Gardener ..Malaysia is already confused and with this terrible misinformed donkey going around talking.... its just.... speechless!