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Thursday, August 28, 2008

YB P44 Permatang Pauh Datuk Seri Anwar bin Ibrahim Swearing in Ceremony at Malaysia's Parliament Videos.

Part 1.

Part 2.


RTM chose not to broadcast live the swearing in ceremony of the victorious PKR Supremo and Member of Parliament for the P44 Permatang Pauh Parliamentary Constituency, YB Datuk Seri Anwar bin Ibrahim for reasons that we all know best!

RTM is just another chicken shit BN asskissing official broadcasting station that since day one has been nothing but a propaganda unit for the BN.

Thanks to the internet, despite the dirty lowdown tricks of the ball less Ministry of (Mis)Information, Malaysians all over the nation still get to watch the swearing in ceremony care of You Tube.

I was busy with servicing our car the whole day and only got to come online now.

Will add more to this posting later.

In the meantime, enjoy the videos.

Selamat bertugas YB Permatang Pauh. Usah pedulikan perangai jelek dan kebudak2an Yang Bengong Yang Bengong BN yang kononnya 'mulia' itu?

Kami rakyat jelata tahu yang mana intan dan yang mana plastik!

10 comments:

linda said...

PR must pursue the issue of Pendatang Asing Tanpa Izin (PATI) without fail. It looks llike BN especially Dato Nazri's brushing aside YB Lim Kit Siang's question is akin to BN not wanting to address a national issue, hough it may have happened during Tun Mahathir's reign.

It goes to show the followings:-
(a) current BN is not sensitive to the needs of Sabahans who may have to endure the wrath of being squeezed out these PATI,
(b) the current BN government does not want to see it as a future problem brought about during that Tun Mahathir era and this issue is and will persistently haunt all Sabahans and Malaysia in the near future
(c) the leaders (except for a few of them) BN component parties of Sabah have no teeth and bite to confront UMNO in solving this problem on their shores
(d) BN continues to behave gungho despite of the Mar 8 tsunami and the Permatang Pauh 2nd tsunami; thus remain a recalcitrant lest one day it will be redundant
(e) AAB has not control over his minister/s in the way they conduct themselves where derogatory words can be uttered (without any consideration of moral values)in the presence of so many school children attending Parliament; thus it reaffirms, in the minds of these school going children, these school children can adopt wrong morals
(f) it is irresponsible for Dato Seri Nazri or for that matter the BN government to brush aside a national problem particularly when the BN government has spent RM50 million tax payers money in repatriation of these PATI (let alone much more would be spent in years to come)
(g) BN is not responsible for what BN under Tun Mahathir's era and the current crop of BN leaders can simply deflect its wrong doings just by ignoring to answer YB Lim Kit Siang
(h) by ignoring it, current BN government is as wrong/guilty as the previous under Tun Mahathir government
(i) some of the present ministers may have been in the Mahathir cabinet before and as such would not, by their ignorance, be absolved from taking liabilities
(j) goes to show that BN is not patriotic towards Malaysia, no love for her by ignoring her problems
(k) YB Lim Kit Siang was too soft in pursuing further and was taken aback by the mere scorn of Dato Seri Nazri's refusal to entertain him in answering it in details.

I hope MAHAGURU would highlight this in Malaysiakini for more Malaysian to know.

Ikrak said...

Mahaguru,

I am a Malaysian citizen working in Singapore since 1988 and wish to thank you for the videos.

We have to deem mass medias in Malaysia as the most disgraceful institutions on the surface of the earth.

MAHAGURU58 said...

linda,
I know that the problems caused by the influx of illegal immigrants from the Philippines and Indonesia are piling up over the years and the Malaysian Government under the BN has been mostly the lamest administration this part of South East Asia!

If only the Bloody Nincompoops at Putrajaya can put aside their damn bloated egos and learn from the small Republic of Singapore down south of the Malaysian Peninsular as to how to protect the borders of our country and learn to dispel the immigrants, Sabahans and Sarawakians would be able to live in peace and harmony in their own lands?

As it is, I hear that the illegals are sort of getting out of control and terrorizing the local populations because of the lack lustre authorities over there who are stricken with the corrupt ways of the BN Government?

Sabahans and Sarawakians ought to learn from what took place over here in the 12th GE?

When the BN ignores the people of Sabah and Sarawak, why the hell do the East Malaysians continue returning the crooks to power without fail at every GE?

So, when you vote in the BN scoundrels, you have to suffer the consequences!

Even now as we speak, Anwar Ibrahim is ready to take control of the federal government if only the Sabah and Sarawak MPS have the balls to do whats right?

Yet, we hear that they have stated that they will stand behind the Bloody Nonperforming government for the rest of the term.

If it's to be, it's up to the Sabah and Sarawak people!

Those who voted for the BN, will just have to suffer till 2010 or 2011.

MAHAGURU58 said...

ikrak,

My pleasure sir.

We blog for the sake of truth and justice!

Hidup Rakyat!

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thoyol said...

Mahaguru58,

I need your further clarification on one matter. I received a well circulated email regarding Theresa Kok changing the Jawi name of streets in KL and her proposal of slowing down the Azan. I didn't know the truth about this but please help me to clarify further.

Don't wanna be fool by the religion/race tricks again.

Thanks..

linda said...

Who won the Presidential Race to the White House? Obama or McCain?

Well, as we all know, it may be just the beginning process but the result is expected.

I would say Obama won. Why?

Obama won on a different perspective to the "White House" even though we at this moment do not know the actual outcome yet. He advocated change, change change in the likes of Martin Luther King.

Should McCain wins in reality, the American people lost out. All Americans are now asking to have US troops pulled out of Iraq, a disastrous decision of George W Bush (Republican Party President) and his Republican Party. It was against the wishes of the American people. What would McCain say to the American public, pullout or support its continuity in Iraq. The answer is obvious going by his clear insistence to stay.

Obama would ask McCain, "What's wrong and why go against the wishes of the American people who are the kingmakers"?

McCain would reply, "Don't raise this issue with me in the House of Representatives as George W Bush is no longer here". Worst of all, McCain cunningly in disapproving Obama's further questioning remarked sarcastically that "Obama is a coward by bringing it up now when George W Bush is no longer here".

The key issue is here a simply seen through clear glass. Obama argued that, "It does not matter whether George W Bush is no longer here but it was a Republican Party decision to go ahead invading Iraq and the Republican Party should take responsibilities over this action. McCain cannot shoved away this fault of the Republican Party, just because George W Bush is no longer in command. It's like sweeping the problem under the carpet. Mr McCain, you were in the same Republican Party team that decided on this action to be taken then and how can you be now absolving yourself from taking responsibilities as well. You were part of the decision making process. The American people and the United States of America suffers as the result of your lack of care, insensitivity and concern to the American people. You are not fit to lead the country. There is a need to change at all costs."

In the Malaysian context in the Sabah illegal immigrant citizenship problem, a clear mirror is being reflected here close to our shores.

In the Dewan Rakyat, Dato Nazi brushed aside YB Lim Kit Siang, by saying along similar lines, " You must be fair with the person, he is no longer here. Don't be a coward". Does it mean that since it was a BN problem (akin to the Republican Party problem under George W Bush) under the previous PM, does it mean this BN under the current administration (akin to McCain as the new President), BN leaders should not resolve this Sabahan PATI problem? But there again, many of existing BN leaders were also under the previous administration and were in the Cabinet. Would that not taint them just as McCain was part of the decision process under the Republican Party?

It is totally irresponsible on the part of the present crop of BN leaders to ignore such a national problem.

The losers are the Sabahan in particular and Malaysian in general. Why? Sabahans would suffer less employment and business opportunities, higher crime rates, etc and Malaysians including me shall be suckers in having to pay for such illegal immigrants' healthcare cost and the many other perks enjoyed by and as Malaysians in general.

What more that we do not see? Social problems and more taxpayers moneys to support them as "Malaysians". What about the repatriation costs used to date which was reported to be RM50 million up to now. What about in the near future?

So actually Obama won the Presidential Race to the White House as he advocates "Change, Change and Change".

Sabahans should wake up and face reality or you will be doomed in the very near future. Malaysians in general would also be dragged into it via the sheer waste of public funds. Sabahans need to be think and act like Obamas.

MAHAGURU58 said...

Assalamualaikum bro.

Dear thoyol,

Please forward that email to me at mahaguru58@gmail.com.

As for the attempts by anyone to change the roadsigns, they are actually breaking the law by unlawfully assuming authority in the areas covered by DBKL.

They can be taken to court by DBKL for abusing their position as MP's.

Being an MP does not mean that they are the MAHARAJA or MAHARANI Parlimen!

They can only exercise their limited powers within their job specs.

Any attempt to overstep their boundaries will see them swatted by the laws of this land.

Lawmakers they may call themselves but they themselves are not above the LAW!

As for those calling for reducing the volume of the Azan, they can be charged with insulting Islam and there are laws to punish such ignorants!

Please forward the said email to me.

Thank you.

Wassalamualaikum wr wb.

MAHAGURU58 said...

Dear linda,

Obama is the official Democrat Presidential Nominee.

Visit : http://www.nytimes.com/2008/08/28/us/politics/28DEMSDAY.html?_r=1&th&emc=th&oref=slogin

linda said...

I have just watched CNN on Obama's speech, very touching and similar to what we faced here in Malaysia.

He expounded his policies towards the American needs, eradication of .
partisan politics for the good of all Americans and America.

He had stressed the need for all Americans, irrespective of Republicans or Democrats to work together, towards a better America.

He focused on health care, insurance needs, better homes for all, better education (in fact at least all American the opportunity to attend college), understands what is poverty and the need to eradicate it, assisting Americans in business to have more disposable incomes etc.

Malaysia needs the same, but what hinders us is basically the racial politics that our politicians cannot shirk off. We need to disband racial lines within the Malaysian society to be able to achieve this vision of the future. So much said about it, are we ready? Are we able to CHANGE...change..change for the better of our future generations to come? Are we prepared to sacrifice for all Malaysians? Are we selfless, selfish and reflective our our own desires under the pretext of achieving unity, walking-hand-in-hand in its real sense? Are our politicians able to grasp this urgent need after 51 years of so-called disguise of harmony? Are we able...here i stress ABLE to embrace this CHANGE without any doubts? The Malaysian politicians must be brave enough to see to this change.

How many of them fall into this category? None or just a few. Dato Seri Anwar Ibrahim's consistent manifesto during his campaign in PPauh seems the answer to this need and CHANGE for a better Malaysia and for the entire lot of Malaysians. Let's not be gungho about pride. BN leaders need to feel and understand the rakyat crying for CHANGE, which is indeed Obama's and Martin Luther King's motto. Blacks in America now have ample opportunities but would have equal opportunities under Obama. Obama understood it as he came from the poor, poverty to him is so sacredly entrenched in himself that he is prepared to sacrifice his entire energy to eradict.

Let's take cue from them. I am not pro-American but i surely salute their determination as American, who can come together in times of needs to defend their country by and large; irrespective of the political divide. Let's catch the wind of change both within Malaysia and abroad from America. We adopt good values and proposals, branding it within our local environment to do the same.

Wake up all Malaysians; be them politicians or ordinary folks. We need to do the same to ensure our survival into the next generations to come.