Sunday, June 28, 2009

Pakatan states ought to have own security force

In aftermath of the 8 March general elections last year, DAP, PKR and PAS came together to established a coalition named Pakatan Rakyat to govern five states namely Kedah, Penang, Perak, Selangor and Kelantan which they won over in the said poll.

It was most unfortunate that after the five Pakatan state governments started functioning, the federal government which is still dominated by Umno but without the two thirds majority in the parliament, started and continues its political offensive nationwide against Pakatan in order to curb their rising influence and popularity amongst our people.

Security forces under the jurisdiction of the home ministry were widely being used and mobilized nationwide by Umno to watch and control the increasing activities of Pakatan component parties via restrictions, banning of ceramahs, withdrawal of earlier permits given, massive arrest of supporters, issuing threats and so on.

Besides, Umno s also trying to win back the hearts of the Malay community by stirring up racial sentiments and tensions, promoting hatred and creating chaos in a number of Pakatan rule states.

First, a massive illegal rally was organized by Umno in Penang to protest against plans outlined by the DAP-led state government to implement an open tender system which encourages competency, accountability and transparency. The new state government policy was apparently being twisted by Umno to sound like the DAP had came out with an anti-Malay policy in order to stir the anger of the Malays residing in the state. The police did nothing and did not bother to disperse the illegal rally because it was organized by Umno and it did not have a permit to assemble. The Penang state government however, tolerated the rally with much patient and managed to explain to the people on its new policies. In this case, Umno’s first coup attempt failed in Penang because the overall Malay community did not support the provocative move.

Then, Umno pursued further, this time created havoc and racial tensions in Selangor by alleging that a state executive councilor had instigated the people to protest against two mosques’ azans. As a result the state executive councilor was detained by the Umno inspired police force and put under a so-called ISA detention for few weeks where her whereabouts was kept secret. The state executive councilor was an innocent lady who knew nothing of the intended protest against the mosques’ azan. It was an Umno leader by the name of Dr Mohd Khir Toyo who had stirred up the racial and religious tension in hope that there will be a riot in the state thus allowing the federal government to declare an emergency rule in the state and to have the military called in to take over the state administration from the Pakatan state government. In this case, Umno’s second coup attempt failed in Selangor as the people of the state had fully rallied behind the Pakatan-led state government.

Third, the then Penang Umno Bukit Bendera division chief Datuk Ahmad Ismail again stirred up racial tension in Penang by calling the Malaysian Chinese as Squaters and Temporary Residents of this country. It resulted to massive protest from various Chinese guides and associations and even Umno’s coalition partners in the BN like MCA and Gerakan sounded their protests heavily on their political master and Datuk Ahmad’s racist statement.

Due to this, journalist Tan Hoon Cheng who had reported what Datuk Ahmad said was made a scapegoat and she was unreasonably arrested and detained under the ISA for nothing. The real culprit, Datuk Ahmad escaped justice because he is a prominent Umno leader and closely link to the prime minister.

Not enough with Hoon Cheng’s ISA detention, Umno leaders in Penang ran wild and even called for the journalist to be executed by shooting because she reported the truth. We could remember that Penang Umno secretary Datuk Azhar Ibrahim personally called Hoon Cheng to be killed because she exposed Umno’s racist activities. And the police did nothing despite police reports were lodged by DAP, Gerakan, MCA and other Chinese community leaders. The police could not take action against these Umno racist due to the fact of the supremacist position that Umno leaders enjoyed in this country. This is really frustrating.

In Perak, the Umno leaders successfully engineered a coup d’etat that toppled the Pakatan state government after they enticed two of its state executive councilors and the state assembly deputy speaker to jump ship.

In aftermath of the rebellion, Umno established a rebel state government to take over the state administration from the Pakatan side. The Umno rebel government also used its newly acquired powers to seal off the Perak state legislative assembly building to prevent the state assembly from convening its meeting thus, resulting to the sitting held under a tree outside the state legislative building.

Police and paramilitary personnel were dispatched in number of regiments and battalions to prevent Pakatan leaders from entering the state legislative assembly building and the state secretariat. Apart from that the Umno-led security forces had also surrounded the Sultan’s palace in Kuala Kangsar in order to prevent any Pakatan leaders from seeking an audience with his royal highness to explain the actual situation.

Then, later the Pakatan’s Perak state assembly speaker was ousted in another coup d’etat engineered by Umno in an unconstitutional manner and he was replaced by a strange man who was not even a state assemblyman. And when the speaker tried to resist his coup plotters, the Umno rebels called in their security force and have him forcefully removed and dragged out from his chambers and locked in a dark room for few hours before he was released. These security men did not act professionally nor constitutionally but rather politically pro-Umno against the Pakatan state government leaders in order to maintain their livelihood.

These policemen really had no choice. They are all under the jurisdiction of the home ministry whose minister is a vice president of Umno, the dominant party of the BN coalition. And if they resist their political masters, what will they get in return? Everyone knows.

From here, you could clearly see that even though Pakatan Rakyat is governing some states that they had won right now, they are completely defenseless against the mighty institutions of the Umno dominated federal government like the police force, the military, paramilitary forces, prisons department, judiciary, MACC and the mainstream medias like RTM, TV3, NTV7, Radios, Berita Harian, Utusan Malaysia, NSTP, the Star, etc.

It is very clear that the Pakatan state government had nothing to defend themselves against any onslaughts from the Umno-led federal government and their powerful institutions. What if Umno decides one day that they had enough with all the Pakatan state governments, and decides to declare a state of emergency in these states to forcefully take over the governance of these states with the police and military forces mobilized into action on their behalf?

What can the Pakatan state governments do then? Just sit there and watch their administrations being toppled like that? Are there any other choice? Mobilize their supporters and members to protest against the Umno dominated police and military forces? This would not help much as it may somehow result to bloodshed or massive death among our people if Umno decides to offensively crackdown on Pakatan Rakyat.

Therefore, it is extremely important that the Pakatan Rakyat leaders should seriously consider this option to establish their own security force within their institution and we stress that a Pakatan-led security force is essential to create a balance of power with the Umno-led security forces which can be seen today in its effort to crackdown the activities and influences of our Pakatan state governments and to ensure the stability, security and the safety of their people are maintained in the respective states.

Take Perak by example, Selangor and Kedah might be next. You have to take up this option.

Thursday, June 25, 2009

Bad taste in mouth at DAP dinners

In Malaysiakini report, it stated that the police action in breaking up recent DAP dinner functions has got the organisers riled up and slammed the cops for denying them their right to free speech as enshined in the constitution.

First of all, what is wrong with the police and the home ministry? Are they trying to curb the influence of DAP and the other Pakatan Rakyat parties?

It looks like the police force has been Umnonised by the BN-Umno to serve their own interest. No wonder the crime rates are high up today just because the entire force has been mobilised for Umno's sole political agenda.

That is why we really need the Independent Police Complaints and Misconduct Commission (IPCMC) to oversea such power abuses carried out by Umno and its BN component parties.

Friday, June 19, 2009

Written Judgment missing

The Appeal Court had on 22 May gave a verbal judgment confirming that Perak rebel leader Dr Zambry Abd Kadir was the rightful menteri besar of Perak thus, overruled an earlier decision made by the High Court declaring that Datuk Seri Mohd Nizar Jamaluddin was the lawful menteri besar of the Perak.

Well, the situation now is getting tense, Datuk Nizar wanted to file an appeal against the Appeal Court's decision but the Appeal Court judges had yet to finalise their written judgment which they made on 22 May verbally. Why are these judges delaying their judgments in writting? Did they really know how to write their judgment?

Or is this a sabotage effort from someone at the top instructing those judges to delay the written judgment so Datuk Nizar would not be able to file a proper and detail appeal against the judgment?

The Appeal Court had earlier promised that they will provide the written judgment within seven days from the date of the judgment day, that is 22 May but to-date nothing has been issued to Datuk Nizar so far.

And now Datuk Nizar is faced with the ending of the 30 day deadline to file an appeal to the Federal Court just because of the purposely delayed written judgment from the Appeal Court.

This is a very clear act of attempt to sabotage Datuk Nizar's effort to file an appeal against the Appeal Court's decision.

Wednesday, June 17, 2009

PAS wants DAP, PKR in unity talks

Malaysiakini reports that PAS told Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak that it will hold unity talks with Umno only if PKR and DAP are included in the talks.

The statement was released by PAS Secretary-General Datuk Mustafa Ali today.

We view Mustafa's state as PAS' positive move to ensure the spirit of comradeship within the Pakatan Rakyat coalition is maintained and whenever any issues or matters in relation with a component party with another outside the coalition must be brought up and consulted amongst component parties.

A good start for the new PAS secretary-general for his move to ensure the unity in Pakatan Rakyat is preserved.

However, PAS must be very careful that any talks of "unity" offered by the BN-Umno coalition must be carefully reviewed and studied. It may be a trap set by them in order to break up the Pakatan Rakyat's coalition.

A grave distortion of the constitution

Malaysiakini reports that the decision by the five members of the Federal court who declared that the Elections Commission has the power to over-rule the Speaker is nonsensical.

In this case, the powers of the Speaker be it Dewan Rakyat or State Assembly will be overruled by EC on what cause ? What kind of analysis will the EC able to determine if the decisions they had made did not contravene with the one made by the Speaker ? Who is actually running the state legislative assembly or parliament now ? The EC or the Speaker ?

The EC current comes under the jurisdiction of the Prime Minister's Department and where the chairman of the EC reports directly to the Prime Minister Najib Razak. From the basic establishment it has already made known that a conflict of interest had in fact exist in this relationship.

In fact, the EC should be put answerable to the parliament instead of the Prime Minister's Department in order to affirm its neutrality stance in the eyes of the public.

And now the Federal court ruled that EC could interfere in the Speaker's decision. Is this part of the democratic process ? What if a state ruled by an opposition front and EC is not happy with it and decided to call for a fresh election if the federal government want to do so ?

BN-Umno is using the Federal court to rule on its favour in order to provide more powers to EC to act on its behalf. These actions are undemocratic and unconstitutional. It is reaching towards the dictatorship path.

Tuesday, June 16, 2009

PKFZ scandal, PAC useless

The key persons in the Port Klang Free Zone (PKFZ) scandal which cost the BN-led federal government millions of Ringgit in losses will not be hauled up for enquiry.

Tun Dr Ling Liong Sik and Tan Sri Chan Kong Choy have to take full responsibilities and answer to all Malaysians for the failure of the PKFZ project which saw a great wastage of public funds in millions of Ringgit unnecessarily.

It does not mean if persons with titles of Tun or Tan Sri shall be immune from all prosecutions and court of laws. If they are wrong and proven guilty, they should be hauled up and punished accordingly.

The current parliamentary Public Accounts Committee (PAC) which is chaired by a BN cabinet minister Datuk Azmi Khalid is a useless entity as the chairman is too powerful and one-sided. The members of the PAC in majority had wanted both Tun Dr Ling and Tan Sri Chan to be summoned before the PAC hearing to testify on the PKFZ scandal but Datuk Azmi with his wide powers as PAC chairman overruled the PAC majority by refusing to summon the two former MCA leaders.

Besides Tun Dr Ling and Tan Sri Chan, the others were former Port Klang Authority (PKA) chairman Datuk Chor Chee Heung who is now a deputy finance minister in Najib’s government and former PKFZ general manager Datik Paduka O.C.Phang.

Well, since the BN-led federal government had made the PAC a redundant entity and exist only by name, let us see if the Malaysian Anti Corruption Commission (MACC) would haul up all these PKFZ key persons who are responsible for the PKFZ losses and failures.

From this point, we could clearly see that the taxpayers’ hard earned money varnished just like that. This is completely disgusting and injustice. We all worked so hard every day to earn that money and remit our tax to the government and these people just took all those money away into their pockets.

We want to ask Najib, if all these hanky-panky continue, what is the use of your “People First” and “Performance Now” slogans that you are promoting? They are completely useless and baseless as it is a mere cover up, we supposed.

Every time whenever a new BN prime minister is installed a new slogan will be introduced to the people based on his new leadership but did the new administration really initiate any changes or improvements? The answer is a no. it is a mere window dressing in order to “reform” an old order into a new one. Only rebranding has been carried out and not reform.

After PKFZ scandal, there will be another PKFZ-type debacle to come very soon as long as BN is still around. The future of our country under the BN rulers is at stake and the risk will continue to be at its highest level.

More on PKFZ scandal right over here

Friday, June 12, 2009

RM4.1 million facility for Mat Rempits

We were recently informed that the Terengganu Umno state government intends to build a race circuit to facilitate the so-called Mat Rempits to race in the track, so that they could upgrade and improve their skills and stunts.

And that race circuit will cost about RM4.1 million. The state government is already out of their mind. Spending public funds to build a facility just to cater these criminal gangs to polish their skills and stunts.

Just what kind of state government is this anyway? Wasting the people's money to entertain the greeds of these criminals or are they trying to use all those public funds to feed the Umno contractors? Who knows !

First you got your Sultan Mizan Stadium shake up and collapsed and now you are supporting these gang of road criminals.

Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Hidden crisis in the BN fold

As we all know, whenever Pakatan Rakyat component parties are practicing their democracy from within and expressing their different thoughts and views respectively in public, the Barisan Nasional (BN) particularly Umno is quick to take advantage on the situation by saying that the opposition alliance is in brink of collapsing.

Why did they do that? Because they wanted to divert the people’s attention from their massive internal bickering in both BN and Umno itself. Umno’s factional infighting intensified with most of its reform minded leaders were either being sidelined or sacked from the party. Of course we all remember that Datuk Zaid Ibrahim was sacked from the party for his outspoken and reformist views.

MCA’s team A led by Datuk Ong Tee Keat (party president) is giving no way to the party’s team B which is led by Dr Chua Soi Lek (deputy president). Efforts by both factions to outdo each other are beginning to hurt the party very much from within. Both factions are also uploading their canons to be fired at each other whenever there are opportunities to do so.

MIC’s supreme leader, Datuk Samy Vellu had successfully kicked out his potential challenger Datuk M.Muthupalianappan in the recent party elections, while PPP’s Datuk M.Kayveas kicked out his suspected presidential rival Datuk T.Murugiah, accusing him of money politics.

Gerakan’s outspoken party vice president Huan Cheng Guan is on his way for expulsion after being issued a show-cause letter for his lashing on the party’s central leadership. Looks like party president Dr Koh Tsu Koon is not going to give way and he is now working towards a collective decision from the party central committee to have Huan expelled from the party.

It seems that most of the BN component parties are facing the similar problems. All potential rivals or reform minded leaders from within are systematically curbed or eliminated to prevent any challenges to the present conservative leaderships in those component parties.

It is a clear fact that BN is operating like a secret society, where its component parties are trying to cover up their own weaknesses or divert the people’s attention to other politicized issues. It is a waste that all those young leaders in the BN are not groomed and appreciated at all. They were merely tools being used by their party elders to seek support from the young voters.

Most of the leaders of these BN component parties are resisting every effort to reform and change of which will definitely see their powers and stature being affected. And if these happens, those party elders are set to lose all their positions and powers they had long enjoyed for decades.

Then when the press or newspapers are trying to check for information regards on their internal feuds, they are quick to maintain that their respective parties are still united and strong as before. They are covering their open secrets which are already known by the people, hoping to avoid any embarrassment or being scrutinized by the people or voters.

Nizar to appeal against judgment

Datuk Seri Nizar Jamaluddin is look set to file an appeal against the Appeals Court’s ruling on last May declaring Perak rebel leader Dr Zambry Abdul Kadir as the rightful menteri besar of Perak.

The problem that Datuk Seri Nizar would be facing right now is, he has yet to obtain the written judgment made on 11 May by the Appeals Court judges who presided the hearing and ruled in favour of Dr Zambry. The judgment was in fact made verbally.

Where is the written judgment then? What take those judges so long to prepare and write down their judgment of the day? Do these judges in the Appeals Court know how to write their judgments?

Or are they waiting for Datuk V.K.Lingam to help them draft their judgments? Is there a motive to delay the written judgment so that Datuk Seri Nizar would have a difficult time in filing a proper appeal against the said judgment? We supposed it could be a sabotage going on to prevent Datuk Seri Nizar from obtaining a proper court hearing for his appeal against the ruling.

Umno and its Perak rebel state government is trying every effort to manipulate the court in order to rule in their favour and against the constitution and the people as well.

The current administration in Perak is now being run by the rebels who seized power in an Umno-sponsored coup d’etat last February and it is not an elected state government as they proclaimed. It is a rebel state government run by Umno and their lackeys from MCA, MIC, Gerakan and PPP

Tuesday, June 9, 2009

Mustafa: Stop all talks on unity gov't

Malaysiakini reports PAS elections director Mustafa Ali today urged all his party leaders to stop issuing confusing statements relating to unity talks with Umno.

We view his statement to be positive move and he had contributed in maintaining the unity amongst Pakatan Rakyat component parties.

As such, we also would like to urge all parties to refrain from making anymore statements which would eventually affect the current stature of the Pakatan Rakyat coalition.

We also urge all Pakatan Rakyat component party leaders to brainstorm their current policies and the recent statements they had made in their upcoming Leadership Council meeting.

Do remember, BN-Umno would take this opportunity to manipulate the entire situation to our disadvantage and we need to be very careful of our current political security.

Wednesday, June 3, 2009

BN component parties in crisis

In aftermath of the general elections last year several Barisan Nasional (BN) component parties had came down with severe problems, tussles and crisis which are affecting the credibility BN coalitionas a whole.

Umno, the major and leading component party of the BN coalition is downed with intense bickering and infighting as well as factional disputes involving its leaders in Perlis, Kelantan and Terengganu tussling with each other to hold on to their respective positions. As the result, most of its state leaders were replaced by party national leaders who are not even from the states concerned, thus making these parachuted new state leaders difficult to understand the needs of the local Umno leaders and members.

Perlis started its sword fighting when the then long-serving menteri besar was suddenly replaced by a politically unknown after the general elections. In Kelantan, factional tussles are clearly shown in public with not much success of calming the situation which is getting worst. In Terengganu, the long-serving menteri besar was also abruptly replaced by a relatively unknown low-key politician after the last general elections.

And now, the situation in Terengganu is expected to go on from bad to worst. State Umno leaders and their state assemblymen issued threats to harm each other over their differences and tussles. The ten Umno assemblymen even boycotted the state assembly proceeding earlier citing “security” reasons for doing so.

If situation turns worst, a no-confidence vote or possibility of a Perak style coup d’etat is expected to take place in an attempt to overthrow the current menteri besar who is from the same party.

In MCA, the party’s president Datuk Ong Tee Keat and his deputy president Dr Chua Soi Lek continue to tussle in public in order t outdo each other and had since made clear of their factional rivalry. Datuk Ong is not going to compromise or give way and so does Dr Chua himself.

In MIC, old guards under the leadership of Samy Vellu continue to hold firmly on the party, resisting any attempt to change or reform the party and preventing young bloods from taking over. Any potential rivals or future opponents are swiftly identified and crushed in order to curb their influences.

Gerakan, with Dr Koh Tsu Koon now at helm as party president faces a big challenge now trying to hold the party together after its massive defeat and their Penang base tumbled in last year’s general elections. Most of its prominent leaders had since left the party for Pakatan Rakyat component parties or went into “semi retirement”. The latest headline recently is the party’s vice president Huan Cheng Guan had given an indication that he too will soon leave the party citing dissatisfaction and non-reform of the party’s top leadership.

The People’s Progressive Party (PPP) is embroiled into yet another leadership crisis after decades of factional struggle with both Datuk M.Kayveas and Datuk T.Murugiah claiming the party presidency and now with two party presidents and two supreme councils at helm. The Registrar of Socities (ROS) is also going after the PPP leaders for their failure to submit their annual returns and accounts of several years.

The soon to be BN new component party, Indian Progressive Front (IPF) is also embroiled into leadership crisis, following the death of its founder president Tan Sri MG Pandithan. The initial faction currently presided by the wife of the late president while the other faction was lead by a rival leader who claimed to have support from branches and divisions that made him an acting party president. Both rival factions in IPF are expected to hold their party elections in order to “legalize” their claims to the respective positions and their rival supreme councils as well. Will IPF be able to make it into the BN fold then?

Looks like the BN is beginning to disintegrating from within, starting from the very top Umno, MCA, MIC, Gerakan, PPP and then ………….all will fall apart.

If BN still resist change and did not want any reform, let it be. We already had an alternative now. Let us not waste our time and get on with it.

Gerakan leader to quit party soon

Gerakan vice president Huan Cheng Guan is expected to leave the party soon citing disillusionment with the Gerakan’s top leadership for refusing to heed the lesson of its defeat in Penang to Pakatan Rakyat during the general elections last year.

Besides, Huan also confirmed that, if he leaves, he will bring along about 5000 party members to join his departure. Huan, who lost the Bukit Tambun state seat to DAP in the last general elections said he was considering joining another political party but did not name of the party that he is eyeing for.

It looks like Gerakan is beginning to lose all its prominent leaders. Last year, party deputy secretary-general Lee Kah Choon quit the party to join the Penang state government’s investment arm, while former Penang Gerakan vice chairman Dr Toh Kin Woon quited the party to join Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) and former Gerakan wanita chief Rhina Bhar left the party citing that the party was swaying from its original struggle and her disappointment with the party’s top leadership.

Gerakan’s Federal Territory state liaison committee chairman Dr Tan Kee Kwong also resigned from the party last year to join PKR and later took up a position with the Selangor state government.

Monday, June 1, 2009

PKR's Mansor won with 5,558 majority

Mansor Othman is on the way to become Penang's new Deputy Chief Minister after winning Penanti by bagging 6,052 votes. His nearest rival is a former Gerakan divisional leader Nai Khan, 494 votes, followed by Aminah, 392, and Kamarul, 56.

All the three independent candidates lost their deposits. Congratulations Mansor on your victory.

Agreeing Chin Peng to return does not mean reviving communism, BN-Umno’s double standard politicking and racist approach

For over the past few weeks, we had heard a lots of comments on Ong Boon Hua @ Chin Peng, the secretary-general of the now defuct Communist Party of Malaya (CPM) who wanted to return to his homeland called Malaysia.

Many supported the idea on his intended return and many also did not. For those who supported his return to our nation are merely on humanitarian grounds. And for those who are against his return, were those who had said the war and cruelty he caused during the emergency from 1948 to 1960 is unforgettable and remorseful.

Then the information, cultural and heritage minister Datuk Rais Yatim who is also an Umno supreme council member, came out aggressively and attacked those who supported Chin Peng’s return as an attempt to revive communism. And so does all the Umno leaders and the party’s controlled media, mainly the Utusan Malaysia and RTM. Looks like the BN-Umno led federal government had made out a racial overtone in their anti-Chin Peng campaign to make sure this little old man dies in exile.

BN-Umno reasoned that Chin Peng’s war atrocities are too much to allow his return to Malaysia. His application for return to our nation cannot be justified due to his previous led CPM insurgency. We think the BN-Umno leadership is trying to manipulate the history side of this man and his party who also once fought the British colonialism and the Japanese occupation. We must also remember that Chin Peng and the CPM did really contribute a little more than Umno in fighting for the Malayan independence.

Let us not argue so much, and take a look back the history of our independence struggle. We hope Umno will not turn this tide into a racial tension in order to gain some political mileage. What Datuk Rais and the rest of the Umno leaders said on the Chin Peng issue is very much demonstrating their fear and worries of losing their political battle of which there are set to lose now, due to their declining influence.

If there are attempt to revive communism, why didn’t the BN-Umno federal government break its diplomatic relationship with PR China (who once actively supported and armed CPM’s insurgency), DPR Korea (North), SR Vietnam, Lao PDR and Cuba? But instead encouraged the advancement of diplomatic and economic activities with all these socialist and communist countries?

We all remember the atrocities and war crimes committed by the Empire of Japan’s Imperial Army and Navy during from the 1930s to 1945. We all remember what the Japanese did to us during their occupation in Malaya and the rest of the countries in Southeast Asia, Asia Pacific, North Asia and their brutal attack on the US Pacific Fleet Command base in Pearl Habour. Chin Peng and the CPM fought those invading Japanese imperial force bravely and most of them sacrificed and died defending their homeland called Malaya at that time from Japanese invasion and atrocities. Had ever Umno or BN exist at that time to defend Malaya during the war?

And the atrocities and war crimes committed by the Empire of Japan’s Imperial Army and Navy during from the 1930s to 1945 are far more worst than what Chin Peng and CPM did to Malaya from 1948 to 1960. Yet the BN-Umno federal government decided to forgive the Japanese for what they had did to our forefathers and welcomed them into our nation with their expertise and technologies. Even the Americans too forgave them and they are now allied to them politically and militarily

Therefore, if BN-Umno federal government forgave the Japanese for their past war crimes and atrocities that they had committed on our forefathers, does that mean BN-Umno had embraced and supported what the Japanese had did during the Second World War? If this is what BN-Umno had earlier mean, those who supported Chin Peng’s return are showing signs of an attempt to revive communism.

As such, we can also say that BN-Umno’s acceptance to the Japanese business and technological establishment in our nation is a sign of their attempt to revive and support the atrocities of the Japanese Imperial Army on our people.

From here, we could clearly see that there is a hidden motive in BN-Umno who is going all out making a big issue on Chin Peng and the revival of communism and we wonder if Chin Peng were a Malay, would their stand and emotions be the same?

You can judge how fair is BN-Umno in handling their racial matters. Their federal government, together with their wholly-owned press Utusan Malaysia are currently campaigning very hard to label Chin Peng as a “cruel” communist leader who should not be allowed to return the our country, while the other “cruel” communist leaders such as, CPM chairman Rashid Maidin and CPM central committee member Shamsiah Fakeh were allowed to return to their home in Malaysia earlier.

So, it does have to do with race and double standard practice. It is proven here and they cannot hide the facts. The BN-Umno is in fact far worst then the communist now, their administrations are full of evil, reigning with treachery, manipulation, power abuses, money politics, cronyism and corruptions.