Friday, July 9, 2010


Hafiz Yatim reported in Malaysiakini this morning:

Langkawi R&D Academy Sdn Bhd (Lardac) has failed in its controversial RM480 million suit against the defence minister, its secretary-general and government for alleged wrongful termination and breach of a defence contract.

Kuala Lumpur High Court justice Abdul Wahab Patail dismissed Lardac's application with costs. No grounds were given in Abdul Wahab's decision today. The judge also ordered Lardac to pay costs of RM20,000.

The court decision was made without the hearing of witnesses despite that they, including the ministry's former secretary-general Hashim Meon, were willing to come to court in April to testify for Lardac.

"It is surprising that no grounds were given in the decision. The decision today is highly suspicious in light that there is no trial ordered by the judge despite that witnesses were willing to come to testify," said Lardac's founder Mohammad Abdullah

The court said that the grounds for the dismissal of the case will be given on Friday.




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Wahab Patail is brother of Attorney General Gani Patail. Nuff said!

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felicia said...

read G Krishnan's piece.
scary....wouldn't want to be saying 'heil UMNO' in the near future....

vote them out, people!

Anonymous said...

and they want bala & rpk to come back to help the moolaysia authorities?

even those british & french flers don't believe hisapmoodin & his musang.

Anonymous said...

We have no choice only the legislative is now open to us.The Pakatan Rakyaat had an opportynity to defeat the government on the 2010 Supply Bill. Till today they have not given a reason for why they did not do it. Unfortunately I smell a rat. They, the PKR members, are all former members of BN. I leave the rest to your immagination. Ramalx

Anonymous said...

Being an ex-UMNO member Zaid should know the workings of the UMNO regime. Maybe it is his way of warning the rakyat how devious and crafty UMNO has become especially under the evil mamak.

G. Krishnan's piece on facism is a real eye-opener to those who have no intimate knowledge of fascism. To me it was another perverted political philosophy by apartheid minded scoundrels to subjugate and brainwash their own people to the runup to genocide.

The modus operandi of facism expounded by G.Krishnan explicitly draws to the happenings in our country.

We have all the important institutions of governance dancing to the tune of the executive. We have the mother of all racist, the mamak and the Perkosa toads racheting up racial and religious tensions for their diabolical goals.

What else do we need before our Bolehland too descends to the level of Nazi Germany before and during the WW2?

Only way is for this rotten regime to be kicked out during the 13th GE.

Samuel Goh Kim Eng said...


It's not a question of rejecting what's considered by some to be good
It's the larger issue of accepting what's best for all concerned
It's true that we must not live by bread alone as our daily food
Yet we must take into account all other valid factors to be discerned

(C) Samuel Goh Kim Eng - 100710
Sat. 10th July 2010.

flyer168 said...

Bernard & Krishnan,

Just to share this....

Fascist America -

"From Hitler to Pinochet and beyond, history shows there are certain steps that any would-be dictator must take to destroy constitutional freedoms.
And, argues Naomi Wolf, George Bush and his administration seem to be taking them all"

They were not figuring these things out as they went along. If you look at history, you can see that there is essentially a blueprint for turning an open society into a dictatorship.

That blueprint has been used again and again in more and less bloody, more and less terrifying ways. But it is always effective.

It is very difficult and arduous to create and sustain a democracy - but history shows that "closing one down is much simpler". You simply have to be willing to take the 10 steps.

1. Invoke a terrifying internal and external enemy - as in their "Ketuanan" issue & non Bumi, etc..." (flyer168)

"....all our other wars had an endpoint, so the pendulum was able to swing back toward freedom; this war is defined as open-ended in time and without national boundaries in space - the globe itself is the battlefield. "This time," Fein says, "there will be no defined end..."

2. Create a gulag

Once you have got everyone scared, the next step is to create a prison system outside the rule of law (as Bush put it, he wanted the American detention centre at Guantánamo Bay to be situated in legal "outer space") - where torture takes place.

At first, the people who are sent there are seen by citizens as outsiders: troublemakers, spies, "enemies of the people" or "criminals". Initially, citizens tend to support the secret prison system; it makes them feel safer and they do not identify with the prisoners. But soon enough, civil society leaders - opposition members, labour activists, clergy and journalists - are arrested and sent there as well....


flyer168 said...


3. Develop a thug caste

When leaders who seek what I call a "fascist shift" want to close down an open society, they send paramilitary groups of scary young men out to terrorise citizens. The Blackshirts roamed the Italian countryside beating up communists; the Brownshirts staged violent rallies throughout Germany. This paramilitary force is especially important in a democracy: you need citizens to fear thug violence and so you need thugs who are free from prosecution...

4. Set up an internal surveillance system

In Mussolini's Italy, in Nazi Germany, in communist East Germany, in communist China - in every closed society - secret police spy on ordinary people and encourage neighbours to spy on neighbours. The Stasi needed to keep only a minority of East Germans under surveillance to convince a majority that they themselves were being watched...

5. Harass citizens' groups

The fifth thing you do is related to step four - you infiltrate and harass citizens' groups. It can be trivial: a church in Pasadena, whose minister preached that Jesus was in favour of peace, found itself being investigated by the Internal Revenue Service, while churches that got Republicans out to vote, which is equally illegal under US tax law, have been left alone...

6. Engage in arbitrary detention and release

This scares people. It is a kind of cat-and-mouse game. Nicholas D Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn, the investigative reporters who wrote China Wakes: the Struggle for the Soul of a Rising Power, describe pro-democracy activists in China, such as Wei Jingsheng, being arrested and released many times. In a closing or closed society there is a "list" of dissidents and opposition leaders: you are targeted in this way once you are on the list, and it is hard to get off the list...


flyer168 said...


7. Target key individuals
Threaten civil servants, artists and academics with job loss if they don't toe the line. Mussolini went after the rectors of state universities who did not conform to the fascist line; so did Joseph Goebbels, who purged academics who were not pro-Nazi; so did Chile's Augusto Pinochet; so does the Chinese communist Politburo in punishing pro-democracy students and professors.

8. Control the press

Italy in the 1920s, Germany in the 30s, East Germany in the 50s, Czechoslovakia in the 60s, the Latin American dictatorships in the 70s, China in the 80s and 90s - all dictatorships and would-be dictators target newspapers and journalists. They threaten and harass them in more open societies that they are seeking to close, and they arrest them and worse in societies that have been closed already.

9. Dissent equals treason

Cast dissent as "treason" and criticism as "espionage'. Every closing society does this, just as it elaborates laws that increasingly criminalise certain kinds of speech and expand the definition of "spy" and "traitor". When Bill Keller, the publisher of the New York Times, ran the Lichtblau/Risen stories, Bush called the Times' leaking of classified information "disgraceful", while Republicans in Congress called for Keller to be charged with treason, and rightwing commentators and news outlets kept up the "treason" drumbeat. Some commentators, as Conason noted, reminded readers smugly that one penalty for violating the Espionage Act is execution.

10. Suspend the rule of law

The John Warner Defense Authorization Act of 2007 gave the president new powers over the national guard. This means that in a national emergency - which the president now has enhanced powers to declare - he can send Michigan's militia to enforce a state of emergency that he has declared in Oregon, over the objections of the state's governor and its citizens.


flyer168 said...


Right now, only a handful of patriots are trying to hold back the tide of tyranny for the rest of us - staff at the Center for Constitutional Rights, who faced death threats for representing the detainees yet persisted all the way to the Supreme Court; activists at the American Civil Liberties Union; and prominent conservatives trying to roll back the corrosive new laws, under the banner of a new group called the American Freedom Agenda. This small, disparate collection of people needs everybody's help, including that of Europeans and others internationally who are willing to put pressure on the administration because they can see what a US unrestrained by real democracy at home can mean for the rest of the world.

We need to look at history and face the "what ifs". For if we keep going down this road, the "end of America" could come for each of us in a different way, at a different moment; each of us might have a different moment when we feel forced to look back and think: that is how it was before - and this is the way it is now.

"The accumulation of all powers, legislative, executive, and judiciary, in the same hands ... is the definition of tyranny," wrote James Madison. We still have the choice to stop going down this road; we can stand our ground and fight for our nation, and take up the banner the founders asked us to carry." Unquote.

The New World Order -

Total Surveillance. Imagine a future in which a signal emitting rfid storing your personal information is
tattooed on or implanted beneath your skin and all identifiable with the swipe of a scanner. This is exactly
what the soon coming Antichrist will do! This Antichrist will force everyone, small and great, rich and poor,
free and slave, to receive a mark on his right hand or on his forehead, so that no one could buy or sell
unless he had the mark, which is the name of the beast or the number of his name. Revelation 13: 16, 17

You be the Judge.


sampalee said...

The society is controlled by fear or seduction using different doctrine to engine thier mission.We can have facism,socialism,communism and the entire host of 'ism'and one is SURE to Failed as non of them contained the TRUTH pointed to in the scriptures of ALL religions.Buddhist state or hindu state and yes Islamic states have a more superior solution than all the 'ism'put together.Be reminded that omly the Truth can free us,all else is a waste of time.Let all of us return to our respective religions en masse and bury all the politicians.

Anonymous said...

Fartism is the best term to describe dUMbNO.

mh said...

"The accumulation of all powers, legislative, executive, and judiciary, in the same hands ... is the definition of tyranny," James Madison
That agenda has accelerated over the last 30 yrs with its unique Malay(sian)characteristics. Do not give in to fear people. Keep courage & vote out tyranny by any name while we are still able to!

Anonymous said...

After nearly 50 years of racist and 'Ketuanan Melayu' indoctrination of the Malays by Umno, what do you expect? The role played by BTN (Biro Tatanegara), Utusan Malaysia and Umno in brainwashing the Malays to hate the non-Malays (particularly the Chinese) and to treat them as a threat, why are we talking about 1Malaysia for?

One can't change one's thinking after 50 years of brainwashing to hate, and now tell them to love. People are not computers where you can change a programme by just hitting a different button.

Jojo Joget said...

Yes. ketuanan concept mixed with BTN ideology form the ingredients of 1malaysia facism.