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Nazri’s behavior pathetic and roudy:Positive thinking doctor

June 26, 2007

Dear Malaysian,


I refer to the debate in parliament between Minister in the Prime Minister’s department Nazri and YB Lim Kit Siang on the subject of corruption. 


I had the occasion of sighting the video clip of this debate and to my dismay and disbelief  I found the Minister’s behaviour and performance absolutely pathetic and roudy as if he was in the company of some disorderly school children. This was how he addressed the members of the Yang Berhormats from the opposition party in Parliament.  He called them Ai! Ai! Rambut puteh! Rambut puteh!Bodoh! Bodoh! Bodoh! My college children had the misfortune of seeing the video clip and they themselves were shocked and asked me if this is how MP’s behave and act in parliament.


Now, Nazri, you must listen to me now and here. You have brought absolute ridicule to the Malaysian Parliament. You behaved as if you were a thug representing a group of unruly gangsters. To begin with, where are your manners? You called YB Lim Kit Siang ‘ bodoh bodoh bodoh,’ etc. Is that how you show respect to a senior, both in terms of age and someone who is one of the senior most politicians in Parliament ? Remember, he is also the head of the opposition in the Malaysian parliament.

Doesn’t that mean anything to you? 

Next, is that how you address Yang Berhormats in Parliament by calling them ‘rambut puteh’ and Ai! Ai! Ai! I call you ‘kurang ajar’ totally unfit to occupy the august house of the Malaysian Parliament. I feel sorry for you but you certainly reflect that of someone who is a badly brought up child either in your own home or in your school. Perhaps your teachers have failed to give you any moral training. 


I cannot imagine the taxes I pay is being used to maintain characters like you. Frankly, you were merely throwing tantrums around in the august House and to all the other elected law makers in the country and forgive me for my language but you appeared to me as if you were just admitted to the psychiatric ward with a mental disturbance with your laughter and giggles while debating.  You were not debating but you were merely yelling   You  kept saying ‘ikut pandangan saya’ there is no corruption. Your debate had no substance nor any form of logic to back your arguments. Is this how you participate in a debate? 

Secondary school children from  an average  school  in Malaysia can do better than you. I for one would not give you even 1 out of 10 in the form of markings.


What irritates me even further is that I have been told you are a law graduate. If that is so the case then I wonder what training you received in law school. It certainly does speak badly of your alma mater. If this is how you perform in court as a lawyer then I doubt you can win even a single case in court.


May I now ask you this. Is it your failure in your legal profession that prompted you to take a shot in politics? My God! Miss Molly! You seem to be wrecking this profession too. The profession of politics !! Remember, the profession of politics just like any other must be treated with decorum and decency. If the people that make up the profession acts with impunity, bad behaviour and devoid of any sensible and rational thinking then the profession would soon be dumped as a piece of rubbish. Then I would not want my money to be used to maintain such rubbish.


Now, I do not know whether you have reached a point of ‘beyond redemption’. This is for you to answer.


Having said what I wanted to say, but the responsibility now definitely rests in the hands of the Prime Minister. The PM must take the bull by the horns and carefully select every potential candidate to stand for elections. He must make a check list for himself. Every candidate must be fully scrutinized for his character of conduct, educational background, intellectual  excellence, family background, value for human dignity,  good mannerisms, innate desire to serve the public, plural racial spirit, and of course the ability to understand the complexities of legal enactments. They must be made subject to strict code of ethics in Parliament whether from the ruling party or from the opposition. There should be no room for prejudice or favouritism.


Finally, the Speaker of the Parliament session must be someone who can maintain the decency and respect in the conduct of the parliament debates.


Positive thinking doctor

You behaved as if you were a thug representing a group of unruly GANGSTERS.

Next, is that how you address Yang Berhormats in Parliament by calling them ‘rambut puteh’ and Ai! Ai! Ai! I call you ‘kurang ajar’ totally unfit to occupy the august house of the Malaysian Parliament.

This is not the first time he did something like that. This is what we call the “Stupid! Stupid! Stupid!” incident.

Recognise his face first. Recognise the Man of “Many Calls”.

Picture link:…

Remember these?
1) The “Racist! Racist! Racist!” incident.

3 links:………

2) The “Jantan” incident


I think if Nazri is “Jantan” he should fire Dr M instead of the other way round since it is Nazri himself who is not pleased.

3) The “Amok” incident.

Link: http://www.westernresistanc…

The only thing he hasn’t done is to lift up the keris, wave it around while repeating the words from item 1 to 3 plus the word “Stupid! Stupid! Stupid!”

Has anyone seen Monty Python?




Smart tunnel: They can only bluff the PM

June 26, 2007

This must be the joke of the century!

You don’t need to inspect the lowest level of the Smart system to know that MMC-Gamuda or the DID have not tested it for flood mitigation.

That’s not because they have admitted so but simply because they have not found a solution for desiltation.

What’s desiltation? You see, flood water being flood water, it’ s not clean. In fact, it is always full of mud (silt) and rubbish. That’s why after every flood, the biggest headache is washing the mud away (desiltation).

So, if the concessionaire or the DID really test the lowest level of the Smart system for flood mitigation, the entire level will be filled with mud. They have not thought of how to clean up the tunnels.

By now, you must have understood why they have not tested it earlier. And more so because both the inlet and outlet of the tunnels were not completed when Kuala Lumpur was hit with three flash floods all within two weeks in early June.

The authority has just announced that the entire tunnel is now completed on 23 June 2007 ( after heavy shelling by the PM one night after his new marriage). But that’s another “bullshit”. Why do I say that?

Just make a trip to Taman Desa and you would know what I mean.

They could only bluff the PM, who’s now away in Italy.

Two weeks ago, right before I went to inspect the Smart tunnel for the first time with other DAP MPs and engineers, I was having lunch at the restaurant next to the Danau Desa pond. At that point of time, the pond, which is part of the Smart system, was not ready for flood mitigation.

Even today, the pond is far from ready. It would not be ready in another 3 months according to the experts whom I have consulted.

This evening, I saw the workers were still busy widening and deepening the pond. And guess what, they have not even completed the outlet ( leaving the pond into Sg Kerayong).

Out of fear of another flash flood, as a temporary measure I guess, the contractors has just fixed some 10 GI (galvanised iron) pipes of various sizes to drain the water from the pond with the help of water pumps. Guess what, the water flows from the pond to a normal monsoon drain (only 2 feet wide by 4 feet deep) parellel to the main road, before discharging the water to a U-Culvert drains some 100 meters away. This U-Culvert drain is connected to the Sg Kerayong some distance “downstream”.

It appears to us that if there is another flash flood hitting KL in one of these days, the authority may really open up the lowest level of the Smart tunnel to test it out, and then relying on these pipes to drain the water to the normal monsoon drains (with the help of water pumps) and then to the U-Culvert drain before flowing into Sg Kerayong. So do not be too surprise if the entire road from Danau Desa to Old Klang Road area will be flooded ( the normal monsoon drains certainly could not cope with such influx of water from the pond).

Earlier, I was talking about how difficult it would be to do desiltation for the Smart tunnel. If they really open up the second level (and even the third level), imagine what would happen to the lightings, equipments and road furniture on these two levels, not forgetting about the desiltation works after the flood.

I would bet with bloggers that the authority may not have the guts to test the Smart system for water mitigation. Not even the lowest level if you asked me. Am I saying the authority may not even test the tunnnel for flood mitigation at all? You bet!

Last Saturday, at a briefing in Universiti Malaya on the Smart tunnel conducted by the DID chief , he obviously was embarrased by the DAP Cheras MP Tan Kok Wai who played the video clips (showing the massive leakages ) of the tunnel in the meeting.

Out of frustration, he made a “stupid” and irresponsible remark; he said that ” those who think the Smart tunnel was not safe, don’t use it.”

This fler also “bullshit” by saying that all the cost of building the Smart tunnel came from the concessionaire and “it’s ok ” to let them go bust!

In fact, the concessionaire only paid about RM600 million for the tunnel; the rest of the RM 1. 5 billion came from Malaysian taxpayers! If you asked me, he ‘s as arrogant as the great Samy.

Tomorrow morning at 11 am, DAP Bukit Bintang MP Fong Kui Lun will move a motion to debate on ” why the ‘Smart’ tunnel is actually not very smart”!

All the best to you, Sdr Fong.

Parliament leaks: A challenge to Samy Vellu

June 23, 2007

Dear Samy, give us the job for half the cost!

I’m in the process of preparing a letter of challenge to the Works Minister S. Samy Vellu on the issue of exhorbitant cost of repair for the leaking Parliament House. We will bring the letter of challenge to him to the Parliament or his office next week.

Basically, we will challenge Samy to give us the job for half the cost he has quoted in the press ( NST Tuesday June 19 2007 Page 16 Prime News section).

 A letter of intent has been given to Jasaman Sdn Bhd by Samy, and the price quoted was RM13 million. But the value of the contract has yet to be finalised. Samy claims that the work would include replacing the waterproof membrane of the concrete roof and replacing the rain water channels.

We call it a “bullshit” because firstly, there’s  no way to replace the rain water channels because they were concealed in the columns of the building. And secondly, the cost quoted was far too high. To repair a square meter of the roof does not cost more than RM50 according to water-proofing experts.

The challenge is based on these simple conditions plus throwing in a few “bonus” for Samy…

1. An inspection of the site and to work out the specifications.

2. To hack the existing water-proof cement rendered.

3.To do water-oroofing from the base that is from top of R.C. slabs.

4. To place water-proof membrane on top of slabs, and to make good all hairline cracks with grouting prior to membrane.

5. Water-proof cement render of panels 4ftx 4ft and in between panels to apply sealants for extensions and contractions due to therma shock.

6. To apply 3 coats of water-proof coating system.

7. All rainwater down pipes to be replaced if the rainwater down pipes can be replaced with upvc pipes.

8. We will give 10-year warranty plus 1 year free miantenance.

9. Price? We only want RM6.5 million, which is half of RM13 million as announced by Samy.

10. And last but the least, we will donate RM1 million to whichever charity, school or temple Samy wants us to contribute.

How about that, Datuk Seri YB Samy Vellu?

If Samy accepts our challenge, it means Malaysian taxpayers will save some RM6.5 million.

It also means that you would not see a leaking Parliament House anymore (or at least for the next 10 years).

And he becomes a Malaysian hero for saving money for the nation and at the same time able to help a charitable cause worth RM1 million in his name.

( Did I tell you that even with half the cost, we would be able to make about RM2 million?)

Please call me at 012 201 3656 if unclear. Hope to see you soon, dear Minister.

Sexist MPs must be punished

May 16, 2007
After watching the 5-minute video shot by Malaysiakini, I have an impression that Sharizat Jalil will not be firm and steadfast to demand any actions to be taken against the sexist duo in the Cabinet meeting today. The DAP delegation led by the SG Lim Guan Eng has brought the matter to the DPM office on Monday, urging Najib to sack both Bung Mokhtar and Mohd Said.

Protest held against sexist MPs

Yoges Palaniappan and Ooi Kelly
May 15, 07 6:46pm
‘We want gender sensitive MPs!’ This was among the slogans chanted during a protest outside the Bukit Perdana government complex in Kuala Lumpur today.About 60 people, carrying placards and banners, participated in the hour-long protest, which started at about 11am.

A small number of uniformed policemen kept watch as the protestors voiced their objections to the sexist remarks made by Barisan Nasional parliamentarians Bung Mokhtar Radin and Said Yusof in Parliament last week.

The protest was organised by the Joint-Action Group for Gender Equality (JAG). Among those present at the protest were a number of representatives from MCA, a member of the ruling coalition.

A memorandum was presented to Women, Family and Community Development Minister Sharizat Abdul Jalil.

Suspension, pay cut

The memorandum, read out by Women’s Development Collective executive director Maria Chin Abdullah, demanded a public apology from the two MPs.

She also urged Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi, who chairs the cabinet committee on gender equality, Sharizat’s ministry and the parliamentary caucus on gender equality to end sexism and gender discrimination in Parliament.

“Any MP who ill behaves in Parliament should be suspended for a period of six months and his pay and allowances cut until the suspension is over,” she added to applause from those present.

Sisters in Islam executive director Zainah Anwar said MPs who are gender insensitive must not be re-elected.

She cited five MPs – Bung, Said, Mohamad Aziz (BN-Sri Gading), Badruddin Amiruldin (BN-Jerai) and Abdul Fatah Harun (PAS-Rantau Panjang).

“We don’t want them to be re-elected, because they have ridiculed their constituencies, parties, the Parliament and government,” she said, vowing to stage protests in their respective constituencies should they stand for elections.

Don’t get emotional

Meanwhile, Shahrizat said she will raise the matter during tomorrow’s cabinet meeting.

“We (the government) are very sensitive, we’re following this issue and will take (the necessary) steps. We expect everyone, from backbenchers to the opposition, to behave with decorum and dignity,” she added.

However, the minister said there was no need to get overly emotional about the matter and ruled out the need to hold protests.

“I really don’t think its necessary to hold this kind of gathering. Just give me the memo and we will see to it. But I admit you are NGOs and you are free to do it,” she said.

Wanita MCA representative Felicia Ling (left) also urged the minister to take necessary action.

“We’re all behind you, you have the nation’s 50 percent population behind you. There’s nothing to be afraid of,” she said.

The protest was participated by representatives from various women’s groups, rights groups and political parties.

What the rest had to say

S Arutchelvan, Parti Sosialis Malaysia (PSM) pro-tem secretary-general

The comments made by them is disgusting. The worst part is they made it in Parliament and they didn’t show any remorse over it.

The matter must be exposed to the public as it would prevent them from making the same mistake again.

They must apologise and BN must take disciplinary action against them.

Y Kohila, grassroots movement Jerit

They will get angry if the same statements are made about their wives and daughters, but yet they did it.

Women have progressed and we make half of the nation’s economic force. We must stop voting for them.

Lee Huat Seng, student movement Dema

There will be no equality until there is gender equality.

R Ragunanthanan of Young Lawyer’s Association

I’m embarrassed to be a man because of the two MPs. They must apologise and Sharizat must step down if she can’t defend her fellow womenfolk.

Fong Po Kuan (far left), DAP MP

We’re not here because we are emotional. We are here to stress that it is about time to stop the recurring of sexism in the Parliament.

I hope that after this incident, there wont be any derogatory remarks and gender discrimination in the Parliament.

Watch the five-minute video here.


Forum: Teach the 2 sexist BN MPs a lesson

May 15, 2007

“Respect Women’s Dignity, Towards A 1st World Parliament”

The Parliament has failed in its duty to the nation and people, in
particular Malaysian women.  It has shirked its responsibility to
redeem itself and punish the two sexist BN MPs who have brought shame
and dishonour to Parliament by the use of derogatory, crude, vulgar,
sexist and gender-offensive attack on Sdri Fong Po Kuan and all
Malaysian women on Wednesday, 9th May.

Since Parliament is not prepared to do what it should do to redeem its
honour and those of Malaysian women and the nation, it is now up to
the ordinary Malaysian public to do what Members of Parliament and
Ministers have failed to do – by making their condemnation of the
sexist conduct of the two BN MPs loud and clear to the Prime
Minister, the Cabinet and the country!

In conjunction with the above incident, DAP is organising the following
forum entitled “Respect Women’s Dignity, Towards A 1st World

17 May 2007 (Thursday)


YMCA Hall,
Kuala Lumpur.

Jalan Padang Belia, Off Jalan Tun Sambanthan, 50470 Kuala Lumpur

(Opposite of the KL SENTRAL Station)


Ambiga Screenevasan – Bar Council President

 Maria Chin Bte Abdullah – Executive Director of Women Development    Collective (WDC)

 Zainah Anwar – Executive Director of Sisters in Islam

 Datin Seri Wan Azizah Wan Ismail – President of Parti KeADILan Rakyat * (To be conformed)

 Lim Guan Eng – Secretary-General of DAP

 YB Lim Kit Siang – Parliamentary Opposition Leader

 YB Teresa Kok Suh Sim – MP for Seputeh

YB Fong Po Kuan – MP for Batu Gajah

Moderator: Tony Pua.

All are welcome, admission is free!

Is Selangor slowly becoming a cowboy state?

April 15, 2007




The Residents of Taman BP3, Bandar Bukit Puchong wish to protest to MPSJ and the Selangor State Government  regarding the illegal cabins which have been squatting on our playground since August 2006. Despite all our complaints and all the empty promises made by MPSJ to relocate the illegal Cabins from here in January 2007, no action has been taken yet. MPSJ has failed to act against the owner by demolishing or removing the Cabins when the 30-day deadline for removal of the Cabins (given by MPSJ, starting on 6 February 2007) expired on 8 March 2007 . MPSJ has ignored the many complaints of the residents and instead chosen to take sides with the owner of the illegal Cabin by giving them a tempory permit.


The owner of this Cabin, En. Zawawi, the Chairman of UMNO Bandar Bukit Puchong claims he wants to set up a “Bilik Gerakan Pilihanraya “ and “tempat aktiviti masyarakat”.This was at first rejected by MPSJ in their Council meeting on 31 January 2007. However MPSJ made a sudden “U-TURN” on 14 March 2007 by deciding to give them a tempory permit after the intervention of Dato’ Satim Diman, ADUN for Sri Serdang and who is also a MPSJ Councillor. This was reported in the SUN newspaper. Isn’t that a clear example of conflict of interest and abuse of power by our elected representative? Is Selangor slowly becoming a Cowboy State where different rules apply to different people, politicians live by their own rules and “closing one eye” is now the new culture? How can the Selangor Government claim that Selangor is a fully developed State when instead it is gradually becoming like a Cowboy State where illegal activities are now being legalized by the State Government? Very Disgraceful indeed! 

The residents of  Taman  BP3 have many questions about this project!  Why must En. Zawawi use our playground for his project? Did he consult the Residents first whether they agreed with his project ? Can Public playgrounds now be used as branch offices of political parties ?  

Encik Zawawi is an outsider who resides in Jalan BP 1/8. There is a field near  his house in Jalan BP 1/8. Why didn’t he set up the Cabins on the field near his house? Why can’t he use the existing “Balai Masyarakat “ in Taman BP2 for his “aktiviti masyarakat  “ or UMNO activities? That Hall is severely underutilised but instead he wants to set up his UMNO office here using “ aktiviti masyarakat “ as his excuse. Why not rent the vacant shoplots or use the many empty lots of Gerai MPSJ in our Taman?

He is also has no shame in putting up the “UMNO Bukit Puchong“ signboard proudly proclaiming his status as a squatter on our field. He was also involved in criminal intimidation of the Residents on Saturday, 27th of January 2007 and was arrested by the Police after the Residents lodged a Police Report.

We the Residents of Taman BP3 refuse to be bullied or intimidated by anyone even if they choose to behave like Gangsters!   The Selangor State Government is proud of its “ ZERO SQUATTER “ Programme which it started in 2005 when local councils went around demolishing squatter settlements. So how can the Selangor Government and MPSJ now allow this squatter to occupy our playground ?

We the Residents of Taman BP3 do not want any outsiders squatting on our playgrounds and hijacking it for their own use. We already have too many “white elephant“ projects in the neighbourhood.  We do not want another “white elephant “ structure on our field to spoil the neighbourhood’s view and adversely affect the value of our properties. We also do not want any noise pollution or environmental pollution in our neighbourhood as a result of this project. 

This field belongs to the Residents of Taman BP3 and not outsiders. MPSJ and the Selangor State Government must respect the rights of the residents of this taman and remove this illegal structure immediately.

We will continue to protest until the Cabins are finally removed from our fields. To the illegal Cabin owner, we wish to say; PLEASE REMOVE YOUR UGLY CABINS AND LEAVE OUR PLAYGROUND ALONE!  

The Resident Committee,Taman BP3,Bandar Bukit Puchong                        

 15 APRIL 2007




1) August 2006 ;  2 red cabins suddenly appear on our playing field facing Jalan BP 3/1 and BP 3/4 , Taman BP3, one Saturday afternoon in early August 2006. Another blue Cabin appears on another Field  facing Jalan BP 3/5 in the same
Taman. Soon after, a signboard with the name “ UMNO Bandar Bukit Puchong “ is erected beside the Cabins. No Notice is given to the Residents about the purpose of the Cabins.
Complaints are made by the Residents to MPSJ since August 2006 about the illegal Cabins which are occupying a public playground.  

2)  MPSJ WRITTEN REPLIES (Complaint No ; 0361/08/2006)


18 Oct 2006 & 3 Nov 2006 ( same reply on both occasions)Siasatan telah dijalankan. Notis Pemberitahuan telah ditampal di pintu masuk kabin. Kabin tersebut adalah kepunyaan UMNO kawasan tersebut. Sila rujuk kepada JKKP kawasan tersebut. ( En. Hashim) 

12 December 2006Siasatan telah dibuat berkali-kali dan notis memindahkan telah dikeluarkan. Didapati kontena tersebut adalah pemilik UMNO kawasan tersebut. Telah berkali-kali pihak kami menelefon JKP kawasan tersebut tetapi tidak dapat. Pihak kami akan mencuba sehingga bertemu dengan wakil UMNO tersebut. 

3 ) 15 December 2006 : First complaint letter sent to Yang Dipertua,                                           MPSJ. No reply received. 

4) 15 January 2007 : Complaint Letter sent to Puchong MP, Lau                                     Yen Peng. No response received from him. 

5) 25 January 2007 : Article first appears in the SUN newspaper about the illegal cabins on our playground in Bandar Bukit Puchong. 

6) 25 January 2007 : Request for meeting with the Residents received from P.A  of Puchong MP, Danile Leong. Meeting fixed on Saturday 27/1/07 10.00am at the Playground. Despite confirming the meeting on 26/1/07(Friday ) morning via several phone calls, the meeting with the residents is cancelled at the last minute by PA of Puchong MP at 11pm on 26/1/07(Friday ) 

7) 27 January 2007 10.30am : Residents meet up to discuss illegal cabin issue. Meeting rudely interrupted by En. Hashim (JKP ) and En. Zawawi ( Chairman of UMNO BBP ) together with a large group of thugs (outsiders/non-residents ). Residents are threatened verbally and physically assaulted for daring to challenge the project. Residents rudely told not to interfere as it was an UMNO project. Police Report lodged by the Residents at Balai Polis Puchong Jaya regarding the Criminal Intimidation by En. Hashim & En. Zawawi. ( Report No : Bukit Puchong / 001015/07) 

8) 31 January 2007 : Article published in the SUN Newspaper regarding Criminal Intimidation incident on 27/1/07. 

9) 3 February 2007 : Article published in the Chinese Newspapers regarding Criminal Intimidation incident on 27/1/07 and regarding interview with residents who were eyewitnesses. 

10) 6 February 2007: Notices pasted on Cabins , giving the Owners 30 days to remove the Cabins from the Playground. ( signed by En. Nor Akmar b. Muhammad Razali, Juruteknik Jabatan Bangunan, MPSJ .) 

11 ). 7 February 2007 : Second complaint letter sent to Yang Dipertua, MPSJ urging for speedy action for removal of the Cabins as previous notices from MPSJ were ignored by the Cabin owners. Also complained about abuse of power by JKP Zon 21 ( for going against residents wishes and involved in Criminal intimidation of Residents. ) 

12 ). Letter dated 8 February 2007 received from En. Ismail Bin Muhamad, Pengarah Jabatan Perancangan Bandar,MPSJ stating:         Keputusan Mesyuarat MPSJ bil.01/2007 bertarikh 31 Januari 2007 telah menolak permohonan untuk menempatkan sebuah kabin sebagai tapak bilik gerakan pilihanraya dan aktiviti kemasyarakatan oleh Jawatankuasa Penduduk JKP Zon 21. Tempoh Satu Bulan diberi kepada pihak Jawatankuasa Penduduk JKP Zon 21 untuk memindahkan bangunan kabin tersebut dan tapak tersebut hendaklah dipulihkan kepada keadaan asal. 

13 ) 14 February 2007 : Letter sent to Selangor Mentri Besar, Dato’ Seri Dr Mohamad Khir Bin Toyo regarding illegal Cabins on playground and abuse of power of the JKP and UMNO representatives of Bandar Bukit Puchong. 

14) 24 February 2007: 30 flag poles complete with Flags of the Political Party are constructed by En. Zawawi (Chairman UMNO BBP) along the edge of the Playground as an act of defiance to MPSJ and the residents.( Picture published in the SUN newspaper on 28/2/07). 

15). 28 February 2007: C.C letter dated on 28/2/07 received from Dato’ Haji Mohd. Yusof Bin Shafie, Ketua Setiausaha Sulit kepada Mentri Besar, Selangor forwarding residents complaints to Yang dipertua of MPSJ 

16) 1 March 2007 : Officers from MPSJ remove the Flags from the 30 Flag Poles following news report in the SUN Newspaper. 

17) 1 March 2007 & 8 March 2007 : Articles published in the SUN Newspaper quoting the Selangor Mentri Besar as saying that everyone including political parties must follow procedures and rules. The illegal cabin owners were urged to apply for Temporary Occupation License(T.O.L) from the Land Office. There were reportedly 43 illegal cabin containers in open spaces all over the areas under jurisdiction of MPSJ. 

 5 March 2007: Article published in Star Newspaper( Metro Section) quoting MPSJ Council President , Adnan Mohd Ikhsan as stating that the owners of illegal cabins in open spaces must first apply for the T.O.L from the District Office and later apply to MPSJ for approval.( On March 8 2007, the 30 day notice period expired with no action taken by the illegal Cabin owners or MPSJ to remove the Cabins.) 

18) 15 March 2007: News Headlines of SUN newspaper” Council About-Turn “ stating that MPSJ ,after a Pre-Council Meeting, has decided to legalise illegal cabins squatting on open spaces by issuing them temporary permits which are valid till the end of the year. This was to give the Cabin owners time to obtain TOLs from the District land offices. 

 MPSJ Council Deputy president, Mohd Yusoff Ghazali stated that the Cabin owner had sent an appeal letter to MPSJ. He also claimed that “ the cabin was only occupying a small corner of the field and only a small number or residents had voiced their protest.” 

19) 16 March 2007: Article published in the SUN newspaper mentioning that the ADUN of Sri Serdang , Datuk Satim Diman  gave a lecture criticizing MPSJ officers ( for having earlier removed the UMNO  Flags from the Flag poles ) in the Pre-Council meeting  prior to the MPSJ decision to legalise the illegal cabins. 

20) 21 March 2007 : News Report in the SUN Newspaper stating that the Selangor government had decided 15 years ago that Temporary Occupation Licences ( TOL ) cannot be granted for structures or premises built on gazetted open spaces.Following this decision by the State Executive Council in 1992, a circular was issued by the State Land & Mines Director in 1993 to all land offices. Petaling District and Land office legal assistant, Hasnah Abdul Hamid said “an open space is a must in any development plan whereby the developer must allocate 10% of the land as open space. The land is meant for public usage such as for recreation purposes. It is NOT supposed to be alienated or occupied by anyone. Such open spaces include green belts, buffer zones and road reserves.” 

21) 27 March 2007 : Article published in  the SUN paper by  columnist, Dr Goh Ban Lee in “Local Counsel “ with the title “ Stand up to land Grabbing.” Dr Goh condemns the about -turn decision by MPSJ to legalise all the illegal containers in MPSJ district. The Residents of Bandar Bukit Puchong are also urged to continue their protest because there are sympathetic ears within MPSJ and UMNO members in the Subang Jaya municipality. He wrote, “It is ironic that while Selangor local authorities and land offices have been relentless in demolishing squatter huts, a branch of the ruling political party has been busy illegally occupying an open space and is not being punished. MPSJ certainly could not have been ignorant of Selangor’s zero-squatter policy and the 2003 decision of the National Council of Local Government to safe-guard and protect open spaces” 


Residents Committee,
Taman BP3,
Bandar Bukit Puchong 

( Contact No: 016-6907048, 016-6810234 ) 







Shame on you, Yang B_ _ _ _, Markiman.

April 5, 2007

UMNO MP for Hulu Langat Markiman was cornered by DAP Cheras MP Tan Kok Wai on 20 March 2007 when he was delivering his speech in the Parliament House. Markiman made some nasty remarks against the Bandar Mahkota Cheras and Bandar Sg Long residents who protested against the blockade of the access road instead of helping to find a solution.

The extract of the Hansard for the two days was reproduced here for bloggers to see for themselves the true colour of this “halfpast6” Umno elected representative.

BTW, Markiman has ridiculed the residents of BMC by saying that they are now “too scared” to protest again after the mass arrest. He will find out whether the BMC residents were really too scared on April 22 at the Leisure Mall, Cheras. I’ m sure the resdients will turn up in full force and be counted on the day for the 6th anti toll hike protest gathering organised by the PROTES- the coalition against toll hikes.

And watch out Samy Vellu and other irresponsible BN leaders. The BMC OARAC has decided to bring their case to Ijok.

The Hansard 

 MPDR.20.3.2007 1
DEWAN RAKYATSelasa, 20 Mac 2007

[Teks Titah Ucapan Seri Paduka Baginda Yang Di-Pertuan Agong adalah dilampirkan]MENJUNJUNG KASIH TITAH UCAPANSERI PADUKA BAGINDA YANG DI-PERTUAN AGONG

11.46 pagi.Dato’ Markiman bin Kobiran [Hulu Langat]: Bismillahhir Rahmannir Rahim……….. 

Dato’ Markiman bin Kobiran [Hulu Langat]: Forum Ekonomi Dunia menyatakanbanyak negara mampu mempertingkatkan kekayaan jika mereka mampu mempertingkatkanproduktiviti. Cabaran utama dalam pembangunan ekonomi ialah bagaimana untuk mewujudkanpersekitaran atau iklim atau pertumbuhan ekonomi yang giat dan berkekalan.Bank Dunia dalam laporannya……Tuan Tan Kok Wai [Cheras]: Penjelasan.Timbalan Yang di-Pertua [Datuk Lim Si Cheng] : Yang Berhormat Cheras, bukanteksilah Yang Berhormat? Tuan Tan Kok Wai [Cheras]: Bukan, bukan. Ini mengenai pertumbuhan ekonomi daniklim pelaburan. Saya ingin bertanya Yang Berhormat bagi Hulu Langat. Sebelum pergi keekonomi global, ingatlah dan fikirlah kawasan kita dan sebelum negara balik ke kawasanparlimen sendiri di mana kita memberi perkhidmatan.Saya merujuk perkara ini kerana adakah Yang Berhormat sedar rakyat atau pendudukpendudukyang tinggal di kawasannya khasnya mereka yang tinggal di Bandar Mahkota Cherasdan Bandar Sungai Long adalah kumpulan penduduk-penduduk yang mengalami masalahekonomi tidak tumbuh, iklim pelaburan sangat lemah akibatnya ialah …… access tadi YangBerhormat bagi Hulu Langat ada sebut mengenai IT, access pengangkutan jalan raya dansebagainya yang digantung dalam Ucapan Titah DiRaja.Timbalan Yang di-Pertua [Datuk Lim Si Cheng] : Yang Berhormat, Yang Berhormat,saya ingat dua perkara ini, ……. Yang Berhormat sendiri tahu.Tuan Tan Kok Wai [Cheras]: Saya hendak bertanya Yang Berhormat adakah YangBerhormat sedar ….. ini perkara penting.Puan Chong Eng [Bukit Mertajam]: Saya ingat, bolehlah bincang di sini.Tuan Tan Kok Wai [Cheras]: Yang Berhormat tidak layak bercakap di sini mengenaiekonomi global, ekonomi negara, kalau ekonomi kawasannya pun tidak dapat diselesaikan.

Dato’ Markiman bin Kobiran [Hulu Langat]: Okay, okay, sekejap, sekejap.

Tuan Tan Kok Wai [Cheras]: Ini, dia tidak layak. Haruslah tamat ucapannya. Siladuduk.

Dato’ Markiman bin Kobiran [Hulu Langat]: [Ketawa]

DR.20.3.2007 43

Tuan Tan Kok Wai [Cheras]: Sila duduk, adakah Yang Berhormat sedar bahawa rakyatdi kawasannya sedang menderita, sengsara kerana jalan utamanya ditutup……

Timbalan Yang di-Pertua [Datuk Lim Si Cheng] : Yang Berhormat ….. baiklah.

Tuan Tan Kok Wai [Cheras]: ….. kerana kerajaan hendak mengenakan tol.

Dato’ Markiman bin Kobiran [Hulu Langat]: Yang Berhormat, sekejap.Timbalan Yang di-Pertua [Datuk Lim Si Cheng] : Yang Berhormat, Yang Berhormat,apa yang dibangkitkan oleh Yang Berhormat bagi Hulu Langat yang ….. Yang Berhormat mintapenjelasan bukan ……

Tuan Tan Kok Wai [Cheras]: Ini kisah benar. Ini kisah benar.

Dato’ Markiman bin Kobiran [Hulu Langat]: Okay, okay.Timbalan Yang di-Pertua [Datuk Lim Si Cheng] : Baiklah.Tuan Tan Kok Wai [Cheras]: Sebab Yang Berhormat sebagai Wakil Rakyat di sana.

Dato’ Markiman bin Kobiran [Hulu Langat]: Saya akan menjelaskan. Duduk dahulu,duduk dahulu.

Tuan Tan Kok Wai [Cheras]: Yang Berhormat sebagai Wakil Rakyat di situ, tidakpernah menyuarakan kekecewaan dan kesengsaraan rakyat di situ. Sayalah bagi pihak merekamemperingatkan Yang Berhormat janganlah lupa membawa perkara ini ke Dewan sebab jalanutama itu sudah siap dibina dengan kos RM60 juta oleh pemaju tetapi sudah siap dibina hampirdua tahun tidak boleh digunakan.Timbalan Yang di-Pertua [Datuk Lim Si Cheng] : Yang Berhormat, cukup, cukup.

Dato’ Markiman bin Kobiran [Hulu Langat]: Okay, okay. Sudah, sudah.

Tuan Tan Kok Wai [Cheras]: Apakah peranan yang telah dimainkan oleh YangBerhormat bagi Hulu Langat walaupun rakyat di situ sudah membawa perkara ini banyak kaliuntuk pengumuman awam, mereka pun telah …….Timbalan Yang di-Pertua [Datuk Lim Si Cheng] : Yang Berhormat, cukuplah,cukuplah.Dato’ Markiman bin Kobiran [Hulu Langat]: Yang Berhormat, ……

Tuan Tan Kok Wai [Cheras]: Yang Berhormat, benarkan saya sedikit masa lagilah.Timbalan Yang di-Pertua [Datuk Lim Si Cheng] : Yang Berhormat, cukup, cukup.

Dato’ Markiman bin Kobiran [Hulu Langat]: Sudah, sudah. Saya sudah tidakmembenarkan. Saya sudah tidak membenarkan. Cukup, cukup.Timbalan Yang di-Pertua [Datuk Lim Si Cheng] : Cukup, cukup.Dato’ Markiman bin Kobiran [Hulu Langat]: Cukup! Tuan Yang di-Pertua,….Tuan Tan Kok Wai [Cheras]: Tetapi Yang Berhormat choose, to turn to deaf earDato’ Markiman bin Kobiran [Hulu Langat]: Tuan Yang di-Pertua.

Tuan Tan Kok Wai [Cheras]: To suffering of the people there.Timbalan Yang di-Pertua [Datuk Lim Si Cheng] : Baik, baik.DR.20.3.2007 44Tuan Tan Kok Wai [Cheras]: Saya ingin tahu sahaja. Kalau kita dapat menjawab disini, tak payah panjang lebarlah ucapannya.Timbalan Yang di-Pertua [Datuk Lim Si Cheng] : Cukup, cukup, cukup, cukup. CukupCheras.Dato’ Markiman bin Kobiran [Hulu Langat]: Tuan Yang di-Pertua, …….Timbalan Yang di-Pertua [Datuk Lim Si Cheng] : Yang Berhormat dibenarkanteruskan ucapan.Dato’ Markiman bin Kobiran [Hulu Langat]: Saya baru bercakap tak sampai setengahjam. Saya ada banyak lagi ini.Timbalan Yang di-Pertua [Datuk Lim Si Cheng] : Yang Berhormat, saya anggapperkara yang dibangkitkan tidak ada kena mengena dengan apa yang bincangkan oleh YangBerhormat. Teruskan ucapan.

Dato’ Markiman bin Kobiran [Hulu Langat]: Tuan Yang di-Pertua, ini stail saya. Sayapunya gaya, saya masuk global dahulu, lepas itu pergi ke Malaysia ke negeri Selangor barumasuk ke kawasan saya sendiri. Ini dia tidak sabar.Timbalan Yang di-Pertua [Datuk Lim Si Cheng] : Ini
gaya pun tidak penting di sini.
Teruskan ucapan Yang Berhormat.Beberapa Ahli Pembangkang : [Ketawa] 

Dato’ Markiman bin Kobiran [Hulu Langat]: [Ketawa] Saya teruskan Tuan Yang di-Pertua. Nanti saya akan jawab kemudian.Seorang Ahli: Tak payah jawablah.


 No to blocked access road and No to toll hike! More than 12 demonstrations were held by the BMC and BSL residents together with DAP members on Sundays.


Mesyuarat dimulakan pada pukul 10.00 pagiDOA[Tuan Yang di-Pertua mempengerusikan Mesyuarat]  11.34 pagi.Dato’ Markiman bin Kobiran [Hulu Langat]: Tak boleh, saya ingat dalam 40 minit atausatu jam.Tuan Yang di-Pertua: Yang Berhormat, lama sangat. Semalam sudah penuh satu hari.

DR.21.3.2007 39 Dato’ Markiman bin Kobiran [Hulu Langat]: [Ketawa] Saya ingin menyentuh sedikitperkara berkenaan dengan beberapa isu yang dibangkitkan oleh Yang Berhormat … Macammana dia boleh masuk Tuan Yang di-Pertua? Tadi dia tidak ada.Timbalan Yang di-Pertua [Datuk Lim Si Cheng]: Yang Berhormat, bangkitkanmasalah Yang Berhormat sendiri.Dato’ Markiman bin Kobiran [Hulu Langat]: Ha ok. Tuan Yang di-Pertua, berbagai perbincangan telah diadakan sama ada oleh saya sendiri atau pelbagai pihak dengan MajlisPerbandaran, JKR daerah, para pemaju untuk melihat masalah yang ditimbulkan yang selaludibangga-banggakan oleh rakan-rakan DAP, yang selalu mengadakan tunjuk perasaan padasetiap hari Ahad pukul 10 pagi. Dan sekarang ini golongan-golongan yang membawa poster bantahan ini sudah pun tidak berani untuk menunjukkan bantahan mereka kerana pada awalbulan lepas sebahagian daripada mereka telah meringkuk di dalam lokap-lokap Balai Polis Kajang.Tuan Yang di-Pertua,Tuan Tan Kok Wai [Cheras]: Penjelasan, penjelasan.Dato’ Markiman bin Kobiran [Hulu Langat]: Nantilah, bagilah saya chance cakap.Tuan Tan Kok Wai [Cheras]: Penjelasan.Dato’ Markiman bin Kobiran [Hulu Langat]: Saya ingin menyatakan bahawa …..Tuan Tan Kok Wai [Cheras]: Hujah demi hujah.Dato’ Markiman bin Kobiran [Hulu Langat]: Saya ingin menyatakan bahawa terdapatpelbagai dokumen.Timbalan Yang di-Pertua [Datuk Lim Si Cheng]: Yang Berhormat bagi Cheras, YangBerhormat bagi Hulu Langat, tidak ucap Yang Berhormat bising tidak ucap, sekarang dia hendakucap, biar dia cakaplah.Tuan Tan Kok Wai [Cheras]: Hujah demi hujah.Dato’ Markiman bin Kobiran [Hulu Langat]: Nantilah dulu.Tuan Tan Kok Wai [Cheras]: Dia setuju beri jalan nanti.Dato’ Markiman bin Kobiran [Hulu Langat]: Saya tidak benarkan. Tuan Yang di-Pertua, saya sudah meneliti pelbagai dokumen sama ada surat daripada Lembaga Lebuhraya, inisudah jawab macam sebelah sana. Saya sudah meneliti pelbagai dokumen Lembaga LebuhRaya, juga melihat surat daripada JKR Negeri Selangor bertarikh 14hb Jun 1995 juga telahmengadakan pelbagai perbincangan, melihat juga Pelan Panduan Guna Tanah RancanganTempatan Cheras 1997 – 2010 dan telah melihat pelbagai opsyen atau pilihan yang boleh digunapakai bagi menyelesaikan masalah ini.Tuan Yang di-Pertua, apa yang ingin diperkatakan oleh DAP ialah atau sahabat sayaYang Berhormat bagi Cheras, ingin menyatakan bahawa merekalah sebenarnya championkepada rakyat. Tetapi tidak, mereka hanya berlagak seperti orang yang boleh menyelesaikanmasalah di tol-tol plaza, di tempat-tempat yang bermasalah ini dan mengambil kesempatandaripada simpati rakyat tetapi mereka tidak tahu ke mana hala tuju mereka. Hanya yang merekakatakan ialah mesti bercakap di Parlimen tetapi mereka habis di sini, selepas daripada itu apayang mereka lakukan? Mengadakan makan-makan malam, selepas kenyang balik tidur.Tuan Lau Yeng Peng [Puchong]: [Ketawa]

Dato’ Markiman bin Kobiran [Hulu Langat]: Ini yang mereka lakukan.Tuan Yang di-Pertua, perkara ini tetap dalam fikiran saya dan masih kekal dalam fikiransaya. Contohnya pagi semalam saya masih lagi berbincang dengan Dato’ Seri Menteri KerjaRaya, setengah jam memikirkan apakah opsyen yang terbaik bagi menyelesaikan masalah ini.Yang masalahnya Tuan Yang di-Pertua, Ahli Yang Berhormat ini hendak jaga tepi kain orang,tepi kain sendiri dia tidak peduli, dia tidak tengok pun masalah di kawasan Cheras yang begitubanyak masalah, dia tidak mahu bangkitkan. Dan kalau boleh saya masuk dalam kawasan YangBerhormat, sudah tentu banyak lagi masalah yang boleh ditimbulkan dalam kawasan tersebut.

Tuan Tan Kok Wai [Cheras]: Penjelasan.Timbalan Yang di-Pertua [Datuk Lim Si Cheng]: Yang Berhormat.Tuan Tan Kok Wai [Cheras]: Beri jalan sekarang, bolehlah.Timbalan Yang di-Pertua [Datuk Lim Si Cheng]: Yang Berhormat, cuba bantu Cherasselesaikan masalah Cheras lah.■ 1220Dato’ Markiman bin Kobiran [Hulu Langat]: Nanti, nanti saya bantu Cheras TuanYang di-Pertua. Oleh itu Yang Berhormat saya bukanlah mengharapkan kritikan-kritikan pedas.Kalau betullah usaha Yang Berhormat, tidak ke mana sekalipun.Yang Berhormat, saya ingin menyatakan bahawa segala usaha yang dilakukan olehpihak kerajaan memang sudah banyak dan saya rasa kita boleh menyelesaikan masalah inisebaik mungkin.Tuan Tan Kok Wai [Cheras]: Okay, beri jalan?

DR.21.3.2007 41Puan Chong Eng [Bukit Mertajam]: [Bangun]…

Malaysian Hall of Shame

March 18, 2007
the Malaysian political arena is full of shameless people. You have Umno leaders who talked about how the National Service could foster racial harmony among our youths, and then brandishing a keris (Malay sword) while yelling imflammable and seditious slogans. You have MCA leaders who talked about how they were fighting very hard for the mother tongue education, but shamelessly allowed a Chinese primary school in Damansara be shut down for more than six years. You have MIC leaders who talked about how they have contributed much to their community, but allowing the local autthorities to demolish their temples one after another. The examples are endless and you may add on with more examples…Welldone, Wielmaja. (

Malaysian Hall of Shame

Of late, we have been bombasted with stories that made headlines in the local and international press:

  1. Close-one-eye MP who abused his power to make sure he is one-up on his competitors
  2. Deputy Minister accused of accepting RM5 Million to free his colleague (another deputy Minister)’s brother from detention
  3. Ex opposition MP who became Government’s mouth piece who REFUSED TO RESIGN after the National Service transport fiasco
  4. Minister who uses the AP to enrich oneself to the brink of insanity
  5. Son-in-law who uses his “Con-nection” to make billions from deals that would make Donald Trump salivate
  6. Local Councillor who build his mansion on land reserved for low cost housing
  7. Local Councillor who reversed decision to allow cabins belonging to Political Parties to be placed on ground meant for public recreation
  8. Local Councillor who allowed funeral parlour to be built without permit and continues to operate next to residential houses

The list is endless and more new items added everyday.

May be it’s about time we should start our MALAYSIAN HALL OF SHAME ?

posted by WIELMAJA @ 3:46 PM