Wednesday, May 13, 2009


Perak DAP secretary Nga Kor Ming said that authorities let slip the weapons despite the tight security and metal detectors in place that day.

He also cited Jelapang assemblyperson Hee Yit Fong's possession of a pepper spray cannister as another example of weapons being brought into the House.

Perak DAP secretary Nga Kor Ming said that authorities let slip the weapons despite the tight security and metal detectors in place that day.



zmas said...

Uncle zorro
Let the gun in...then ter tembak their own BN MP or MB haram BN ....baru they all tau......
My friend said kind people will be god will protect pakatan rakyat's aduns....insyaallah...dont worry....biar la they nak bawa masuk gun ke C4 ke.....nanti ter letup kat BN side....padan muka....

Anonymous said...

One can only conclude those BN reps.attending the assembly came prepared for war?

That hee is worse than a leper. I suppose after this episode, she can only travel in Ipoh all covered up, like lepers of old.

Anonymous said...

I would still not change my view it was a little vibrator she held out to the DAP YB. Maybe offering him to give her a rub-on in the heat of the fracas. It was never a weapon, was it?

Unknown said...

Next sitting they might bring in C4!

ReasonableMan said...

I wish DAP would choose someone else as their spokesperson other than Nga Kor Ming. Frankly, the report back from the ground is that this guy has a knack to annoy non-Chinese (and even some of his own DAP members). No doubt he maybe Perak DAP Secretary, but surely there are others who are more acceptable? If DAP has a friend or two in the SB, check out their field report about the general feelings of the public about Nga.

yes said...

If Nga is not a likeable personality then he should polish his way of dealing with the public.
Remember when people complained about Mahathir not smiling? After that he does smile to the public?

To be very frank, the DAP of today is not the DAP of bygone years, they are more friendly towards non Chinese now. So is PAS, they too have changed for the better. Well, UMNO have changed too, unfortunately , they have changed for the worse. The rakyat noticed, that is why the rakyat are changing sides.

wandererAUS said...

Surely by now, it is already a known fact, we should no expect anything decent from these UMNO pariah bastards. If they have a leader with a closet full of skeletons.... corruptions, lies and even murder, it only speaks volume of this political party. "Money is the root of all evils", so they say.
Yes, in Bolehland, money was used to buy the corrupted souls in all our tainted institutions... giving the ruling party 'a open goal mouth'...with all the evil deeds and getting away with murder!

Anonymous said...

Now we all know who is the real thugs, eh?

If one notice ..when Nizar reported in for work on Tues..he was stopped by FRU, in big Contrast to Zamry who got escorted by a big group of Chief Police.
BTW, He punch-in late at 9.15am.
I wonder why would cops wasting time arresting rakyat with pirated DVD/CD...should arrest the PIRATES of PERAK.


Anonymous said...

Its ver common for WOMEN to carry pepper spray, usually tagged to their keychain.

Pepper spray is not like a gun. Its to protect themselves temporarily, giving time for them to escape from thugs, snatch thieves, rapist or persons that intend to cause harm, aggression etc.

Ayoyo, Bernard, Pepper spray pun jadi issue.

Hee has a right to protect herself, being the weaker sex (plus being Disabled) from potential aggression. It is quite clear which party is with the most agreesion.
Plenty of videos on the net to prove that!!!!!

Ladies, beware, you may need a license to carry one of these soon.

zorro said...

Well I suppose you are right Hee-lover! Much love hee, hee, hee!

mamakspecial said...

The speaker Sivakumar shoudl report to the police since he is responsible for the sitting of the dewan.

Francis said...

Who is judge Ramli Ali, the judge that gave Zambry an stay within 3 hours?

Well, he is a Lingam appointed judge. A former Chief Registrar of the courts. When Lingam was talking to the disgraced Fairuz on how they were to manipulate the judiciary and appoint their cronies into the bench, Lingam said that Ramli was among the three preferred to be appointed by him. The other two were Datuk Heliliah Mohd Yusuf, a former Solicitor-General and Datuk Ahmad Maarop, a former commissioner of Law Revision. They were appointed as directed by Lingam and agreed upon by Vincent Tan and Mahathir on February 1. 2002.
Dear Malaysians, that's the man who gave a ridiculous stay to Zambry within 3 hours. Oh, by the way, Mohd Nizar needs to wait for about 6 days for his appeal to be heard. 1BlackMalaysia. Performance for Umno now. Malaysia later.

P.s Refer to the Lingam tape for verification. (Also read Jeffooi's blog)

Please expose this and make a post on it. Thanks.

Donplaypuks® said...

I think there is not a single comment here that answers your Question.

I think the best approach will be to have a RCI kind of public hearing, though I'm not sure whether this can be applied to a State matter as opposed to a Federal matter. Anyway, the e quivalent of it will suffice.

But this time let's leave out that History Prof and that other ex-Judge who did not ask a single question at that shyster Lord Lingham's Chili Sauce korek, korek, korek hearing!!

ngtiewley said...

There are set rules and procedures for taking in firearms into the Dewan as well as into an aircraft.

If what had been alleged is true that the police personnel who took part in the dewan fracas being armed then its a gross breach of security and safety. The culprit should not be faulted as he could be only a member of rank and file. The blame should fall on the officer in charge of the group concerned. In fact the man involved in this operation should be totally unarmed even though it appears to be unauthorised as far as the Speaker of the Dewan is concerned. In this confrontation the police personnel are facing honarary members of ADUN/Govt Officials present in the Dewan and NOT criminals, so why should there be a need for firearms to be taken in?

In this respect the Officer in charge should be taken to task and we cannot have a repetition of this dangerous and irresponsible action in the future in any dewans. This a dangerous lesson learned which involves the safety and security of the members of the dewan. The integrity of the dewan must be upheld at all times.

As the saying goes, there are no bad soldiers, only BAD GENERALS!!!

Anonymous said...

what is ramli ? mee rebus kah !!??

Anonymous said...

ramly burger by the road side lah !!