Special video on Nov 10 March to the Palace

I have been invited by the organiser of the premiere to speak a few words before the launching of the special video on Himpunan Rakyat Aman 10 November produced by TVPAS on Monday night.

Pls come and join me in this meaningful occasion.

TAYANGAN PERDANA GELOMBANG KUNING

VIDEO PERHIMPUNAN RAKYAT 10 NOVEMBER

PADA HARI ISNIN 26 HB  NOVEMBER 2007 , JAM 8.30 MALAM

TEMPAT: DEWAN USTAZ FADHIL NOOR
MARKAZ TARBIAH TAMAN MELEWAR, KUALA LUMPUR

PROGRAM
8.00    MALAM             KETIBAAN
8.20       MALAM            KETIBAAN TETAMU KHAS
8.30      MALAM            LAGU NEGARAKU
8.35      MALAM            UCAPAN ALUAN PENGERUSI MAJLIS
8.45     MALAM            UCAPAN  WAKIL BERSIH  
9.00     MALAM            UCAPAN  PENGERUSI LUJNAH PENERANGAN
9.15     MALAM            TAYANGAN PERDANA ‘GELOMBANG KUNING’
10.00   MALAM            KOMENTAR DAN PELANCARAN DANA TVPAS.COM
10.30   MALAM            MAJLIS BERSURAI

17 Responses to “Special video on Nov 10 March to the Palace”

  1. Chandra Gunawan Says:

    MIC AND SAMY VELLU NOW BECOME IRRELEVANT AND INSIGNIFICANT..
    MIC SUPPOSED TO REPRESENT INDIANS BUT NOW THE INDIANS HAVE TO FIGHT FOR THEMSELVES…..WHERE IS SAMY WHERE IS MIC

  2. Chandra Gunawan Says:

    TO MY DEAR FRIEND RONNIE LIU, PLEASE URGENTLY TALK TO ANWAR IBRAHIM TO TALK TO HINDRAF AND GET THEM OVER TO THE OPPOSITION CAMP……MIC IS GONE….HINDRAF NEED LEADERSHIP SUPPORT FROM OTHER PARTIES….PKR, DAP, PAS….ETC ETC…. HINDRAF ALONE CANNOT WITHSTAND UMNO BULLY-TACTICS…..

    RONNIE QUICK USE YOUR GOOD CONNECTION TO TALK TO ANWAR……
    MIC IS GONE FOR THIS COMING ELECTION…..

  3. ILoveMyCountry-Malaysia Says:

    Ronnie, please get our hindu brothers to call off Sunday’s march. If we aspire to have bangsa Malaysia, lets all march as one.

    Do not allow the UMNO led government the opportunity to paint Nov 10 in a badlight.

  4. Chandra Gunawan Says:

    come this sunday, may all malaysians, regardless of race or religion, come join our hindu brothers and sisters in their quest for whatever justice they seek. they are the most deprived lot…..no thanks to MIC and Samy velu…..

  5. kc wong Says:

    ISNIN 26 HB NOVEMBER 2007 , JAM 8.30 MALAM

    TEMPAT: DEWAN USTAZ FADHIL NOOR
    MARKAZ TARBIAH TAMAN MELEWAR, KUALA LUMPUR

    i would to make myself turn up on monday…please guide me that how i want to go there??any where,LET’S TURN UP FOR TOMORROW GATHERING!!

  6. alex choong Says:

    ronniu liu, you are really are leader of the people and I support you. hope more leader would be like you. you care for the people and the people love u for that. Continue your good work, ronnie.

    alex choong
    Villa Flora condominium
    taman tun dr ismail
    Kuala Lumpur

  7. yapchongyee Says:

    IN DEFENSE OF Dato Seri Anwar

    Hey! Dr Chandra Muzaffar are you trying to dazzle the poor Malaysians with your “Doctor” whatever that stands for; please la Doc. That Phd. Does not mean shit, It does not make you more intelligent and it does not neam that you are any smater than when you started. A Phd. Just means that you had taken an in depth study of one aspect of a subject and as a matter of fact a Phd merely leads to a career in teaching, Our Asian people are so awed by that Phd., thinking that these Phd. Types Know it all, nothing is further from the truth.

    Comrade Chandra to my way of thinking, and by your claims made against Dato Seri, I say that you are bloody naïve. We are all humans (I think so) and we have emotions and full of bias and prejudices; and above all we are in truth all racist. I am racist & you are racist, and the only difference between a Mahatma Ghandi type saint and an ARYAN Nazi thug is that most of us who dare claim that he is not racist (you can leave me out because I am racist) are those who’ve got a two bit claim to having higher education, a wanna be intelltual. Comrade Chandra says that Dato Seri in the past had been consistently not in favour of Chinese and maybe he is truthful, while Dr Lim Kheng Yaik claims that Dato Seri is chamileon and in Lim Kheng Yaik’s experience with Dato Seri he could be speaking the truth. Bearing in mind that we all carry a lot of baggage are we correct in our estimation of the man. We are all very complex and we are all driven by self interests; therefore what oue see is not really what is the man ! We can never tell what a man will do in all circumstances because what we see as the man is only the tip of the iceberg.

    Politics is all about perception and creating an IMAGE of the politician, and we just cannot know what the whole man is in truth. For Dr Chandra & Dr Lim Kheng Yaik to say that they both ahd worked with Dato Seri and that they know the man is ingenious. Both these Dr.’s are playing their support for the BN and not quite really to give an assessment of Dato Seri for what he is factually, because that will be beyond their capability. Having said that I say both of them are naïve THAT IS NOT HOW THE GAME OF POLITICS IS PLAYED. We can only take Dato Seri at his word and the issue is therefore ARE WE HAPPY WITH HIS PROGRAMME FOR HIS GOVERNMENT ? That to my mind is all that we need to ask and we will have to take him at his word; because we just cannot do otherwise. WE DO NOT NEED TO KNOW WHAT IN TRUTH HE IS LIKE AND THAT BY OUR UNDERSTANDING HE WILL OR WILL NOT DLIVER WHAT HE HAD PROMISED FOR THE ELECTION. There is no need to go too far out of the way; ask yourselves what had BN promised for the last election (1999) and did BN deliver ? I do not think so !

    Dato Seri and the United Front of DAP, PAS and Keadilan HAS MADE IT THEIR PLATFORM that if elected he and his United Front will deliver a GOVERNMENT FOR ALL MALAYSIANS AND TO STEP BACK FROM RACE BASED POLITICS. That is what we must accept for the truth; and if he ever fail to deliver then the next election vote him and his United Front out. This is what will therefore develop into a TWO PARTY POLITICAL STRUCTURE. Is this not what we want, and what is the profit if we just not believe him and we merely take the word og the two Dr.’s both of them are pretentious and know it all. I say do not listen to them shooting hot air. VOTE OPPOSITION and let 2 party politics develop.

  8. yapchongyee Says:

    Hello Anil ! You have written a very insightful article arising from the Sub-prime mortgage problem, of which I was not too clear about. After reading your article I can see that it looks very much the 1997 problem that got Asia undone by the same people from the US and I suppose from EU.

    I believe in one wise and ancient saying that nothing comes from nothing; and no matter how clever you are you just cannot pump up hot air and expect it to remain the same all the time, what goes up must eventually come down. The BN government have for the last 50 years been about shaving off a percentage of all government generated contracts and franchises for their own selfish benefit; I would go as far as to say that about 25% of all government contracts have been shaved off and pass on as waste due to corruption. Grandiose projects are thought up that are not of any urgency or requirement are implemented merely because the bigger they are the more the politicians can shave off for themselves. Looking at the second bridge project for Penang I can only say that this is another white elephant that will costs the state several billion ringgit and the shave off will make another crony very rich.

    I have been back to KL and the huge highway that runs through KL to Penang must have costs several billions, and from my observation there is no urgency for such a huge project, Penang is a sea port and Penang could have a first class air-port to improve much needed infrastructure, but instead you plan to put in a billion dollar second bridge project; where is the need for such a project ?

    In KL the hugely expensive FREEWAY does not merit the expenditure because it has not loosened up traffic at all, there are still very long traffic chock points that were there before the highway was put in use as it is now when it is in use. These projects were built merely to benefit those in power. To give them the opportunity to collect toll and to shave off a percentage of the contract sum. The BN government has wasted billions upon billions over the past 50 years. Compare the returns on investment between Singapore and Malaysia and you can see what they have and how they have put their investment dollars to good use. Malaysia wasted their billions upon billions of their ringgit merely to profit a few in the government. While Singapore has invested billions of dollars towards building up one of the world’s finest educational system and a world renown R & D facilities, Malaysia is still “clomping” along at bullock-cart speed; there is just no comparison, a case of cheese and chalk. Singapore has catapulted into the front ranks of a 21st century economy, while Malaysia is still chugging along at a leisurely “kampong” pace.

    I have forever said that Malaysia had the good fortune to discover oil at the time that I left Malaysia, and that discovery of oil saved Malaysia from becoming a case of a SUDAN OR AFGHANISTAN. Malaysia has no manufacturing to speak off. What is passed off as manufacturing in Malaysia is nothing more than mere assembly of discarded Japanese technology as eg. The assembly of the Mitsubishi that passes for the Proton. Yes Malaysia bought the British Lotus and what profitability has it generated ? Look at the Malaysian icon of cheap flights, like Asia Airlines a success story, but it was bought by Fernandes for 1 ringgit and turned around. The Malaysian government lost billions in that project only to be turned around by a non Malay. There are hundreds of other similar examples, that proves the rule that AFFIRMATIVE ACTION IS A WASTE OF SCARCE RESOURCES; it did not really benefit the Malays because all the projects that were supported by Affirmative action went into huge losses and they did not benefit Malaysia in any meaningful way.

    The Malays ought to by now at least by trial and error, realize that it takes a certain type of individual to become an entrepreneur and one can say by a rule of thump that a Malay is not likely to be one.

    Penang is an excellent test bed for Malaysia (and by that I mean the BN government) to find a more effective model for development than just sticking to a failed model that is hooked on affirmative action that has gone on for the last 50 years. I agree with DAP that the NEP needs to be scraped because Penang is mainly Chinese, may I guess about 75% Chinese ? Therefore, 75% of the population will not need affirmative action (are there 25% Malays in Penang ? ) In the case of Penang therefore, may I suggest that CM Lim Guan Eng need not take any step back from what he has declared, that he will scrap the NEP(I think he will scrap it too ). My suggestion is for the CM to implement a public announcement of all the good stuff eg. Government contracts up for tender and scholarships and jobs in government.
    My suggestion is that if qualified Malays win any government contracts by fair tender then government assistance may be available to the successful Malay contractor to complete the project. This model is built on the foundation that merit is the basis of success and that if the Malay candidate has merit but not sufficient means to complete his project, the government will render assistance to him. This system will therefore remove the “Malay Sultan syndrome”; the Chinese dubbed this the Malai Wong system, whereby the China-man enlist a Malay as the chairman and under his name takes on a government contract and pays off the Malay chairman a percentage of the contract but the whole project is managed by the Chinese. This system has gone on ever since the first days of Merdeka and it is the greatest indictment of the failure of Malaysia’s failed affirmative action. Let us be blunt about it, if the Malay is not able or qualified to take the job then where is the common sense for taking him on ? His inadequacy only blow up the costs of the project and this has gone on forever.

    I can say that I speak for most Chinese that we do not object and for that matter we had never ever objected to a fair and equitably administered affirmative action, meaning that this assistance are given justly to deserving cases of Malays who need assistances to progress. We Chinese only object to the wastage brought on by nepotism and corruption. If affirmative action only benefits an elite then the Malays will never progress to the point when they will not need any assistance. This is our objection. That being the case CM Lim can experiment with a system that will ultimately create a class of Malay entrepreneurs that will draw level with the other races. What CM Lim has said is just common sense and good thinking. We Chinese do not need any affirmative action.

    On the issue of the award of scholarships and government jobs, if I remember rightly, there is provision in the original Malaysian Constitution that mandates a ratio of 3 : 1 in other words, a 25% places reserved for non-Malays; but this provision had been perverted by those administer the government to give ALL THE PLACES to the Malays. All we need do is to revert to the original Malaysian Constitution and enforce that provision according to the law. We need to name the successful candidates in the press, like the publication of the HSC results. Who are the Malays and who are the non-Malays to show transparency and just administration of the required affirmative action. I believe that transparency is the key and it applies even in the case of the Malays.

  9. cancan Says:

    A Letter To The Prime Minister

    Link: http://www.kingsmary.blogspot.com/

  10. Eggr Chong Says:

    Hi Ronnie,

    I read from rockybru’s blog that you are now incharge of the local government.

    Hope you can help us,by seriously looking into the effectiveness of the OSC,and make the necessary changes inorder to save our ricebowls and dignities.

    I wish to inform you that ,since the introduction of the OSC,many small and medium architects and civil engineers firms were seriously affected financially by the new system.

    Many firms, including mine, have to scaled down our operation inorder to stay afloat.

    For the last few months, I have to use my personal saving to keep the company in operation and I am now seriously considering to close my practice and seek employment.

    Many of our project proposals were delayed,due to unfamiliarity of the new rules, among the Local authorities’ technical personnels themselves.

    We have to spend much of our workers’ time and money in printing, just to satisfy the wimps and fancy of those technical personnel.

    To cite one example, my plans approved by the Planning Department were not accepted by the Building Department ,just because they have differences in interpreting the new guidelines.

    Ironically,when we have amended our drawings in complianced with the Building Department, our Planning Plans have
    expired and we have to reapply to the Planning Department, all over again.

    Some of them are so corrupted that they demanded money or kinds before they approve our plans or issue us the CFs.

    The system of the building plans submission were introduced by the British Colonial Government way back to 100 over years ago and the system were perfected over the years since our country’s independence.

    Some smart alex from the OKT’s Ministry proposed the OSC to replace the old system,which ,to us, is deemed flawless.

    Little did OKT realized that the over-zealous OSC staff wanted all plans to be 100% perfect before they could accept our plans and gives us a file no.

    Imagine, we have to submit and resubmit and resubmit(many many times) our plans just to get to be approve by them.

    During the process of submission, we have to spend a lot of money(in printing) and manpower, but , no income because the client is not going to pay us if we cannot even get our plans accepted by the local authorities.

    How can we survive without any payment for months?

    I sincerely hope that a dialogue session between the Association of Part 2 architects and induviduals from small and medium architects and civil engineers firms and yourself could be organised to let you understand more regarding the plight of those affected .

  11. ric23_my Says:

    DAP should put rakyat interest as top priority, not by favourism … many ppl are mad becoz of wat heppened in selangor …

    http://www.my2cents2u.blogspot.com/

  12. aston Says:

    New Cabinet:

    Prime Minister – Anwar

    Deputy Prime Minister – Lim Kit Siang

    Culture Minister – Farish Noor

    Defence Minister –

    Education Minister – Nga Kor Ming

    Environment Minister – Teresa Kok

    Finance Minister – Tony Pua

    Foreign Minister – Ramasamy

    Health Minister – Tan Seng Giaw

    Home Minister – Chong Eng

    Information Minister – Jeff Ooi

    Law Minister – Teng Chang Khim

    Manpower Minister – Fong Po Kuan

    Sports Minister – Kula

    Technology Minister –

    Trade Minister – Khalid

    Transport Minister – Liew Chin Tong

    (Penang Chief Minister – Lim Guan Eng)

  13. yapchongyee Says:

    I am publishing the question that I hope will be asked in Parliament because Judge Zainon binti Mohd. Ali had abused her powers and I hope to come to KL to confront her. I know that I will be charged like RPK, but I need to put right that Judge Zainon binti Mohd. Ali had not effectively achieved the striking out of Petition. My wife’s petition in the circumstances is still ACTIVE and need to be tried in court.

    QUESTIONS FOR PARLIAMENTRY QUESTION TIME

    I refer to the High Court at Kuala Lumpur Originating Petition No. D2-26-41 OF 2001 ; Lim Choi Yin v. McLaren Saksama (Malaysia) Sdn. Bhd and to the adjudicating Judge Dato Zainon binti Mohd. Ali, of said Petition. According to CHARGES made by one Yap Chong Yee husband of Petitioner Lim Choi Yin, Judge Dato Zainon binti Mohd. Ali had 1st approved all 6 Respondents’ application for security for costs in the sum of Rm.60,000 and upon payment of said security for costs of said Rm.60,000, Judge Dato Zainon binti Mohd. Ali followed up the receipt of said Rm.60,000 by the approval to Respondent Stephen Lim Cheng Ban a 2nd and subsequent application by Respondent Stephen Lim Cheng Ban for an Order to strike out said Petition.
    The second and subsequent Application for an order to strike out said Petition was made even without there being any court order for the SETTING ASIDE of the 1st order for securing said Rm/60,000 for security for costs pursuant to the 1st order made by Judge Dato Zainon binti Mohd. Ali. That being the facts of the case my question directed to the attention of the Malaysian Attorney General Tan Seri……. Are the following :
    (1)Was not the conduct of Judge Dato Zainon binti Mohd. Ali’s approval of Mr Stephen Lim Cheng Ban’s 2nd and subsequent application to strike out said Petition, while the said cash of Rm60,000 security for costs was still held in the hands of all 6 respondents to the petition, pursuant to the order made by Judge Dato Zainon binti Mohd. Ali to petitioner to provide security for costs constitute ABUSE OF POWER ?
    Will the Attorney General investigate Judge Dato Zainon binti Mohd. Ali for the criminal charge of ABUSE OF POWER & MALFEASANCE and will the Attorney General, if upon investigation find that sufficient evidence exist to support a criminal Charge against Judge Zainon binti Mohd. Ali for abuse of power and/or FOR MALFEASANCE proceed to lay criminal charges against Judge Zainon for a criminal prosecution ?
    (2)Is it not the case that while Respondent Stephen Lim Cheng Ban and the other 5 respondents hold on to the security for costs pursuant to Judge Dato Zainon binti Mohd. Ali’s order to Petitioner to provide security for costs and in the absence of any Order to set aside the 1st Order for security for costs, the conduct of Judge Dato Zainon binti Mohd. Ali together with the conduct of the 6 respondents IN TAKING AND KEEPING SAID RM.60,000 not amount to committing the criminal offence of obtaining money under false pretences ? And further, do the facts not indicate that Judge Zainon binti Mohd. Ali together with the 6 respondents had acted with a common intention to induce Petitioner to pay said Rm.60,000 while not intending that upon payment of said Rm.60,000 THERE WILL BE A COURT TRIAL OF SAID PETITION ? The being the case do the facts not constitute a conspiracy to obtain money under false pretences ? The facts speak for themselves as an investigation will prove.
    Will the Attorney General investigate said 2 police reports and if the investigation give up facts that will support criminal charges against the said parties, will the Attorney General lay criminal charges against such persons ?
    Petitioner’s husband Yap Chong Yee had formally filed 2 police reports at the Balai Polis Jln. Tun H S Lee, in the first police report Yap Chong Yee had CHARGED the respondents Stephen Lim Cheng Ban, Wong Kem Chen and Kwong Sea Yoon with PERJURY, for having lied in their supporting affidavits applying for security for costs.
    In the second police report Yap Chong Yee had Charged Stephen Lim Cheng Ban with FORGERY, PERJURY AND FABRICATION OF EVIDENCE, contained in his supporting affidavits applying for leave to strike out said petition.
    Both police reports were annexed to Petitioner’s affidavits as exhibits supporting Petitioner’s application for leave to cross examine said 3 respondents for PERJURY & FORGERY and both of Petitioner’s applications were refused leave to cross examine said Respondents, by Judge Dato Zainon binti Mohd. Ali. The refusal by Judge Dato Zainon binti Mohd. Ali to allow Petitioner leave to cross examine Respondent Stephen Lim and made in the face of the existence of 2 FORMAL POLICE REPORTS THAT CHARGED STEPHEN LIM CHENG BAN with Perjury & forgery constitutes the charge of MALFEASANCE, AIDING & ABETTING Stephen Lim Cheng Ban to commit the criminal offences of PERJURY & FORGERY.
    Will the Attorney General investigate these criminal charges that are made against Judge Dato Zainon binti Mohd. Ali and if sufficient evidence is uncovered that will support criminal charges, will the Attorney General prefer criminal charges against Judge Dato Zainon binti Mohd. Ali; will the attorney General formally charge Dato Zainon binti Mohd. Ali with the said criminal offences ?

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