Analysts and commentaries asking for the closure of Kem Kamunting since there are now less than 10 national security-risks interns occupying the sprawling ranch have somewhat angered the Home Minister. It was reported that he would not have any qualms filling Kamunting to the brim with anyone who is a threat to national security, definition of which would be his prerogative and his alone. Given such powers unto himself you can bet that he will outdo his sand-harvester (for
Collectively all these contribute to national security:
- Unexplained deaths in custodial detention.
- Desecration of religious practices
- Publishing hate
- Plundering of
- Exorbitant charges for tooth extraction
- Collusion by Government Agencies to hoodwink the rakyat: MACC, MCMC, ROS, PDRM, EC, AG Department…..and the list can go on.
- The masterminds behind PKFZ.
- The revelations of the leaked Cabinet papers.
- The judge who condemned two cops to the gallows for killing a Mongolian lass that the Government thru its Immigration Department says did not enter the country.
Just a few of many more.....for another time he opens his mouth.....
BUT his boss-cousin says otherwise:
PUTRAJAYA, April 7 2009 (Bernama) -- Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak said today his administration would not use the Internal Security Act (ISA) arbitrarily but would give importance to the principles of human rights and civil liberties.
He said the ISA was undergoing a review to ensure that it incorporated several provisions which upheld these principles.
"Several provisions (of the ISA) will reflect our (the government's) intention to uphold civil liberties and establish a check and balance so that the ISA is not used arbitrarily or according to the whims of the authorities without regard for the fundamental rights and civil liberties of the people of Malaysia," he told a group of journalists from Indonesia at his office, here.
Najib said his decision to release 13 ISA detainees recently was a government gesture which gave importance to the fundamental rights and civil liberties in a modern, mature and civilised society.
And here swings in a monkey seeking recognition (as reported in Malaysikini)
On the other hand, Parti Rakyat Sarawak (PRS) secretary-general Wilfred Nissom is in a definite minority of one in backing the ISA.
Other Sarawakians including journalists, politicians and senior civil servants beg to differ with Nissom. However, Nissom concedes at the same time that the Act in its present form may have outlived its usefulness and needs to be brought more up-to-date.
Irresponsible people who are out to cause chaos should be removed to Kamunting where they can't harm the peace of other people, according to Nissom.
These irresponsible people, in his view, instigate and create ill-will between communities and eventually cause disorder in the country.
“I haven't seen BN or heard them going around preaching hate towards any community,” said Nissom without batting an eyelid. “We know which group seems hell-bent on creating chaos in the country.”
Of course, you haven't being so preoccupied with poking!
I dont wish this on you because I want the total abolition of the ISA, but if you support the ISA just remember anything is possible in BN.....