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Royal Commission of Inquiry on the Electoral System.

Postby Joshua » Mon Mar 21, 2011 5:49 am

JK digest of March 2011/5 – The greed and fear syndrome embracing illegalities.



Most people are acting under the greed and fear scenario so much

so that we are losing our nation and ourselves in definite term.



How do we find any solution?



If greed, cheating, corruption, and abuses of power by the ‘official’

people who helm any Government (Federal & state) are legalized for

decades by the Head of State (a largely figure head), then what can we do about that?



What do we get from such a Government in our midst?



You have seen it over and over again even in our midst in Malaysia.



We thought it was a big deal when the Royal Commission of Inquiry came out

with a heavy printed volume on BMF scandal which cost the country RM2 billion

of public fund in the early 1980s. Actually we had many such official scams going

on in the nation and the people have given up for the fatigue of dealing in such cases.



Malaysia being a young nation with a small population may have the resources to

finance such profligacy but it cannot be sustained any longer as we are heading to nihilism.

Who can guarantee that our fossil oil already depleted will not be gone forever soon.



So we must act now.



What we sow and we reap.



When we allow illegal Government to continue to over run the nation, then we get all

those illegalities and immoralities largely due to massive corruption as the underlining factor.



We have seen how the challenge to the Coalfired power station in Sabah had a futile

run of more than three years. We have seen the unresolved issue of Labuan becoming

Federal Territory and the handling of our fossil oil found in the land of Sabah.

PKFZ is another issue not likely to be resolved. All these few issues are too costly at the end of the days.

To create an issue or an official scam is comparatively easy and to resolve it

is terribly frightening and costly to all. To create a baby maybe easy but to look

after a disabled or down syndrome child may present tremendous and costly challenge.



There are plenty people for greed and fear sticking to illegal Government

even they know about that and they themselves are mired in that.



The present Federal and State Government have created the millions of illegal immigrants

into the nation and to be exact – not less than 5 millions – have been given myKad

with 2 millions in Sabah alone. We are at the RED level not at orange.



How to solve this when a foreigner with two birthdays had become the Prime Minister for 22 years?

This sort of naturalized person has used greed and fear to manipulate the people around him.





Now we have seen how a Chief Minister of Sarawak have amassed an ill gotten gains

of trillion Ringgit in the gang (see Sarawak Report) after helming the state Government

for 30 years and yet still want to hold on it using greed and fear.

It is obvious he is allowed to go on in the birds of the same feather?



When illegal prime ministers and chief ministers had been installed based on

illegal General Elections largely rigged by the Election Commission for greed and fear,

then it is timely that the DYMM YDP Agung reverse the massive damages by

installing a patriotic and very concerned citizen as the Interim

Prime Minister to have a total change for the good of the nation.

Another fresh General Election is not the answer as the rotten electoral system

will be perpetrated using phantom voters of the dubious citizens and the illegal migrants

by the Election Commission – the greatest manipulators. If you want to prove this allegation,

then call the Royal Commission of Inquiry on the Electoral System.

Any more faulty General Elections would suck up more public funds.



I look forward that the greed and fear syndrome would be broken once and for all.

A new cabinet of IGGG is forthcoming.



Joshua Y. C. Kong

Prime Minister of Interim Good Governance Government IGGG of Malaysia
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Re: Royal Commission of Inquiry on the Electoral System.

Postby Shamsul » Mon Mar 21, 2011 10:06 am

Would there be another petition for an RCI on the electoral system?
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Re: Royal Commission of Inquiry on the Electoral System.

Postby mie » Mon Mar 21, 2011 10:30 am

the important thing is the election conducted fairly and clean.
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Re: Royal Commission of Inquiry on the Electoral System.

Postby SuaraKita » Mon Mar 21, 2011 11:16 am

We just wait for RCI..We still waiting for the approval from KDN..
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Re: Royal Commission of Inquiry on the Electoral System.

Postby TuhauBambagan » Mon Mar 21, 2011 11:22 am

Yup. the important is fair & clean.
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Re: Royal Commission of Inquiry on the Electoral System.

Postby Joshua » Mon Mar 21, 2011 11:26 am

You want to do a petition online?

or a ground petition?
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Re: Royal Commission of Inquiry on the Electoral System.

Postby TuhauBambagan » Mon Mar 21, 2011 2:46 pm

I think, those who can petition online maybe can do it by online. Those can't maybe need to do by ground. bcoz not everybody can do by online.
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Re: Royal Commission of Inquiry on the Electoral System.

Postby Joshua » Mon Mar 21, 2011 2:55 pm

This RCI would be based on my book " Malaysian General Election 2004 - landslide or rigslide" published in 2007 and two High Court cases filed in April, 2008 on GE2004 and GE2008.

The voters and the public must know the truth to be not cheated again and again and we become poorer and pooer caused by the illegal suckers who want to serve the people.

Let this petition be sponsored by SF communities to be known Safe Election Communities.
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Re: Royal Commission of Inquiry on the Electoral System.

Postby Joshua » Mon Mar 21, 2011 4:32 pm

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Re: Royal Commission of Inquiry on the Electoral System.

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Re: Royal Commission of Inquiry on the Electoral System.

Postby Joshua » Mon Mar 21, 2011 9:22 pm

March 21, 2011 19:12 PM

PBS Maintains Solid Support For BN - Pairin

TAMBUNAN, March 21 (Bernama) -- Parti Bersatu Sabah (PBS) president Tan Sri Joseph Pairin Kitingan said PBS would continue to give solid support to the Barisan Nasional (BN) government.

"We were once at odds with BN because its leadership had deviated from the aims and plans of its government.

"But things have changed now; the government has changed and so has the national BN leadership," he said when opening a seminar on party strengthening organised by the Tambunan division PBS Youth at TRCC Tambunan, here Monday.

Pairin said Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak's new approach by introducing the 1Malaysia concept: People First, Performance Now, was consistent with PBS' struggle.

"This shows how much attention the prime minister has given to bringing a major change through the transformation programme, which takes into consideration the interest of all levels of society," he added.

On the problem of illegal immigrants in Sabah, he said the government had strived to tackle it.

"Now there are less of them (illegals). The success as a result of the government's efforts may not be 100 per cent, but action has, are being taken and will be taken," he said.

-- BERNAMA
http://www.bernama.com/bernama/v5/newsg ... ?id=572542


so complacent of the rottenness as they are all mired in it for decades in the besieged mentality
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Re: Royal Commission of Inquiry on the Electoral System.

Postby Joshua » Wed Mar 30, 2011 11:11 pm

TI-M hammers EC as unreliable
Wednesday, March 30 @ 01:21:59 CDT

Transparency International Malaysia (TI-M) savaged the Election Commission (EC) today for falling down on its job of ensuring free and fair elections in the country.

Datuk Paul Low, the group’s president, said the EC has failed to show that they were “independent” in carrying out their duties even though they were guaranteed autonomy under the federal constitution.

“We cannot rely completely on the EC to enforce these rules... they don’t seem to be independent in practice,” he told reporters today.

Low said that there has been no proper enforcement of existing election laws, and alluded to this being the cause of many election offences going unpunished.

“The EC today is just managing the elections process, not enforcing it.

“There are not too many do’s and don’ts... things are just not clear, borderline on corruption,” said Low.

Low’s stinging rebuke against the commission comes as Sarawak, the country’s largest state, holds its election next month.

Pakatan Rakyat (PR) lawmakers have consistently accused the EC of failing to be neutral during by-elections, resulting in numerous complaints to the commission.

The EC has, however, maintained that it is impartial and independent, denying allegations of favouring Barisan Nasional (BN).

Today, Low asked for the commission to be bolstered to allow it to clamp down on future electoral abuses.

“The EC has to be strengthened to be given more powers to conduct the elections.

“Many things have happened (during elections), there have been a lot of abuse, practices which may not have been legal, unethical... but election laws have not been that strict in matters of enforcement,” said the TI-M president.

He said that TI-M has proposed 22 reforms to improve transparency and accountability in political financing, under three major themes: institutional reforms, legislative reforms and media reforms.

“(The reforms) are an acid test... perhaps our corruption perception index will then improve,” added Low.

Malaysia’s corruption index score dropped to its lowest level last year, going from 4.5 to 4.4 out of 10, with 10 being the least corrupt.

The country’s 2010 ranking remained the same as 2009, at 56 out of 178 countries, putting it on par with Namibia and Turkey.

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why talk only...Act now for RCI
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Re: Royal Commission of Inquiry on the Electoral System.

Postby Joshua » Thu Mar 31, 2011 4:57 am

Anwar's ceramah disrupted again, this time in Kuching
Wednesday, March 30 @ 11:10:07 CDT

S’WAK POLLS Police tried to stop the rally outside a coffeeshop at Jalan Padungan on the grounds that no permit was issued.


PKR de facto leader Anwar Ibrahim's public rally last night in Kuching, his first in Sarawak since the dissolution of the state legislative assembly, was cut short due to police disruption.

According to See Hua Daily News, police tried to stop the rally, outside a coffeeshop at Jalan Padungan, even before Anwar arrived.

Kuching district police chief Mun Kok Keong had tried to stop the rally on the grounds that no permit was issued and the event was disrupting traffic.

NONEMun later seized the microphone when Kuala Sepetang state assemblyperson and former Perak exco member Tai Sing Ng was speaking and demanded the latter's Mykad.

After intense negotiations with Padungan state assemblyperson Dominique Ng, the event organisers agreed to hold the event inside the coffee shop without the use of microphones.

Only a fraction of the crowd managed to squeeze into the coffee shop with the rest, numbering in the hundreds, standing outside. See Hua Daily News reported the total crowd figure at 800.

Eventually, Ng managed to address the crowd, many sweating due to the cramped conditions, for about 20 minutes before Anwar finally arrived.

Ng: Police overreacted

Commenting on the incident, Ng said the police overreacted yesterday and should not have deployed riot police as there was obviously no security threat posed by the event.

NONE“We are unlike (Peninsular) Malaysia where sometimes the crowd is a bit more boisterous. In Sarawak, political events are carried out with restraint and good manners. There was no need for the police to be alarmed,” he said.

Ng said the police had also claimed that the application for a permit for a public assembly was denied because they were not given two weeks' notice.

“The campaign period is just 10 days. How do we give them two weeks notice? They set all kinds of conditions and make it difficult for us,” said Ng.

NONEHe also lashed out at the police for demanding to see Tai's identity document and treating him as a suspect in a crime, adding that this sort of treatment would not be accorded to a former exco member from BN.

The event yesterday was also to mark PKR's 12th anniversary in Sarawak.

“We even had a birthday cake for the event. Are birthday parties now illegal activities?” he asked.

Anwar: Vote for clean government

Meanwhile, United Daily News reported that Anwar, in his speech, urged Sarawakians to support Pakatan Rakyat as the next state government to ensure equality and a clean government.

NONE“We will fight for the rights of the Sarawakians and ensure that the agreements for the state's autonomy are fulfilled,” he said.

Anwar urged Sarawakians to look at Pakatan's success in ruling Penang and Selangor, which had recorded the highest amount in foreign investments among Malaysia's 13 states, while much of Sarawak languished in poverty.

He said that, should Pakatan rule Sarawak, it would put an end to crony politics.

Ng, in his speech, said he had spent 30 years serving the people of Padungan and he would die in the constituency.

“I won't leave Padungan even if you kill me,” thundered Ng.



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Cepat lah begin Siasatan Di Raja..

quick to do a RCI and this GE 10 in Sarawak would be rigged as well..
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Re: Royal Commission of Inquiry on the Electoral System.

Postby Joshua » Sat Apr 02, 2011 6:00 pm

work on this fast
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