Saturday, December 31, 2016

TAHUN BARU

blogtunm.blogspot.com Tun M 
1. Selamat menyambut tahun baru 2017. Dalam bahasa Inggeris mereka berkata Happy New Year.

2. Mungkin orang Melayu hanya ingin berada dalam keadaan selamat sahaja. Mungkin kita tidak mengharapkan tahun baru menjadi tahun yang seronok gembira.

3. Sesungguhnya kita tidak boleh tahu keadaan masa depan kita, walaupun untuk satu tahun sahaja. Tetapi kita boleh teka jika kita mengambil kira tahun-tahun yang lepas dan tahun ini (2016) yang kita lalui. Kita tahu beberapa keadaan yang kita alami tahun yang kita tinggalkan ini tidak akan berubah. Keadaan akan diteruskan. Dan mungkin menjadi lebih buruk.

4. Tetapi sedikit sebanyak kita boleh pengaruhi keadaan jika kita berusaha untuk memperbaikinya. Ingatlah segala yang baik itu datang dari Allah swt dan yang buruk itu datang dari kita. Allah tidak akan memburukkan nasib kita jika ada usaha dari kita untuk memperbaiki diri kita. Janganlah kita terlalu cepat untuk menyalahkan takdir apabila sesuatu yang buruk berlaku kepada kita. Jika kita usaha untuk memperbaiki nasib kita, itu juga takdir.

5. Bukanlah niat saya untuk bersyarah agama pada hari yang mulia ini. Hanya ingin mengingat diri saya dan mungkin pembaca bahawa usaha diperlukan oleh diri saya/kita supaya akan terselamatlah tahun 2017, tahun baru ini, Insyaallah.

6. Sudah menjadi lumrah bahawa pada permulaan tahun kita membuat resolusi berkenaan sesuatu yang baik yang akan kita amalkan pada tahun baru ini. Saya tidak akan beritahu sesiapa apa dianya resolusi saya. Tetapi Insyaallah akan saya cuba amalkan sepanjang 2017.

7. Sekali lagi saya ucapkan kepada semua Selamat Menyambut Tahun Baru 2017.

8. Mudah mudahan Allah akan mencurah rahmat kepada kita rakyat Malaysia.

NEW YEAR

blogtunm.blogspot.com Tun M 
1. On this good day I would like to wish everyone a Happy New Year.

2. 2016 had not been a very happy year for us in Malaysia. But the whole world had not had a good year either.

3. I will not repeat the litany of events which made 2016 a bad year.

4. But I note that we still see people killing people. We still see natural disasters occurring more frequently and more severely all over the world.

5. We cannot assume that worse things would not happen in the New Year.

6. We are also experiencing things in our own country which we thought could never have happened.

7. Still we must be thankful that the scale of the natural disasters are at least less severe than those in other countries.

8. But despite all these we can still resolve to do something good in the New Year.

9. Yes we did not keep our previous year’s resolution long. But this time we must resolve to keep our resolution longer. Maybe into the first quarter or the second even if not for the whole year.

10. I have resolved to keep my resolution longer.

Friday, December 30, 2016

BR1M

blogtunm.blogspot.com Tun M 
1. Kritikan saya terhadap BR1M sebagai salah satu bentuk rasuah menyebabkan ramai yang kecewa dan marah.

2. Saya tetap katakan yang ianya satu bentuk rasuah. Ini jelas berdasarkan apa yang dikatakan seorang penduduk kampung.

3. Dianya berkata, “Saya akan sokong Najib kerana dia beri saya wang. Mahathir tidak beri saya wang.”

4. BR1M adalah wang Kerajaan. Jelas sekali ianya bertujuan mendapat undi rakyat untuk parti Kerajaan pada Pilihanraya ke-13 kerana manifesto Barisan Nasional pada pilihanraya tersebut menjanjikan jumlah BR1M yang lebih besar jika parti Kerajaan menang. Secara terang ianya berkenaan membeli undi daripada pengundi.

5. Jika bukan untuk membeli undi semasa pilihanraya, ianya tidak harus disebut di dalam manifesto BN.

6. Mana-mana Kerajaan di mana-mana negara bertanggungjawab untuk menjaga kebajikan rakyat miskin. Kewangan diberikan untuk meringankan beban rakyat menganggur. Bantuan kewangan juga diberikan kepada rakyat miskin tetapi bukan sebagai penambahan kepada pendapatan mereka.

7. Tetapi BR1M dikatakan diberi kepada lebih tujuh juta rakyat dengan pendapatan kurang RM3,000 sebulan. Ini bermakna yang seseorang dengan pendapatan RM36,000 setahun menerima RM500 sebulan. Ia bukanlah bentuk bantuan yang bermakna bagi golongan ini.

8. Tetapi bagi mereka yang tidak mempunyai pendapatan atau pendapatan yang kurang RM500 sebulan atau RM6,000 setahun mungkin akan menyambut baik lebihan RM500 sebulan. Tak banyak, tetapi boleh membeli sedikit bahan makanan.

9. Sekarang ianya akan ditambah menjadi RM1,200 setahun atau, RM100 sebulan. Tidak banyak, tetapi okey. Untuk seseorang yang bergaji RM3,000 sebulan, ianya masih sedikit.

10. Duit ini akan disalurkan melalui UMNO. Semestinya ianya percubaan untuk mempopularkan UMNO. Ini politik. Ianya menjadi rasuah apabila diedar hampir kepada tarikh pilihanraya. Ianya rasuah jika jumlah yang diberi ditambah dan dimasukkan dalam manifesto parti.

11. Ianya tidak menjadi rasuah jika wang tersebut diedar melalui pegawai Kerajaan atau kesemua ahli Parlimen tanpa mengira parti.

12. Tetapi bantuan ini terbatal dengan adanya GST dan penarikan semula pelbagai subsidi. Kos sara hidup meningkat lebih daripada jumlah BR1M. Bagi kebanyakan orang, GST mengambil lebih banyak daripada pendapatan mereka daripada jumlah yang diterima melalui BR1M.

13. Sekarang Ringgit telah susut nilainya lebih daripada 1 Ringgit daripada segi nilai kuasa membeli. Jadi seseorang yang memperoleh pendapatan RM500 sebulan hari ini, mempunyai kuasa membeli bernilai hanya RM355. Kesusutan nilai kuasa membeli disebabkan kejatuhan nilai Ringgit dan kenaikan kos sara hidup bermakna yang nilai BR1M lebih sedikit daripada apa yang diberi, walaupun jumlah BR1M ditambah ke RM1,200. Hanya miskin tegar yang akan benar-benar hargai BR1M.

14. Kerajaan juga tidak jelas dengan “cut-off point”. Adakah ianya RM3,000 sebulan atau kurang. Jika kurang tidak mungkin tujuh juta rakyat layak menerima BR1M. Kita bangga dengan pencapaian mengurangkan kadar kemiskinan miskin tegar kepada 1% dan 0.6% bagi bawah kadar kemiskinan.

15. Jumlah 0.6% bawah kadar kemiskinan tersebut bersamaan dengan 40,000 isirumah (menurut statistik Jabatan Perangkaan Negara). Jika diambilkira jumlah dewasa yang bekerja ianya juga akan jauh lebih rendah. Kita perlu bantu mereka, tetapi dengan jumlah lebih daripada RM1,200 setahun.

16. Baru-baru ini rakyat yang berkelayakan untuk BR1M diugut jika mereka hadir untuk rapat umum parti pembangkang mereka tidak layak untuk menerima BR1M. Jika ini tidak menunjukkan bahawa BR1M digunakan untuk merasuah, saya tidak faham apa yang dimaksudkan sebagai rasuah.

17. BR1M membuatkan rakyat bergantung kepada Kerajaan. Dikatakan juga yang sejumlah duit ini tidak sampai kepada golongan sasaran.

18. Di Britain hari ini, rakyat yang menganggur mesti melakukan pekerjaan untuk menerima bantuan.

19. Apa yang diperlukan di Malaysia ialah peluang pekerjaan untuk rakyat miskin mendapat lebih pendapatan. Untuk ini kita mesti belajar untuk tidak bergantung kepada pekerja asing.

20. Apabila seseorang itu tidak dapat bekerja kerana ketidak upayaan, bantuan kewangan yang bermakna mesti diberikan kepada mereka.

21. Selain itu Kerajaan harus tumpu kepada penilaian semula Ringgit dan pengukuhan ekonomi. Nasib rakyat ternyata jauh lebih baik sebelum BR1M diperkenalkan.

22. BR1M bukan hanya satu bentuk rasuah, tetapi ianya juga membentuk budaya rasuah di kalangan rakyat.

23. Saya cadangkan Kerajaan jalankan kajian untuk kenal pasti rakyat termiskin dan berikan mereka sejumlah wang yang mencukupi untuk menjalan kehidupan yang sempurna. Hentikan pemberian wang melalui parti Kerajaan.


BR1M

1. My condemnation of BR1M as a form of corruption seems to upset and anger some people.

2. I still maintain that it is a form of bribe. This is made clear by the comment of a recipient from the kampung.

3. He said, “I will support Najib because he gave me money. Mahathir did not give me money”.

4. BR1M is from Government money. It is obviously intended to get people to vote for the Government party in the 13th General Election because the BN manifesto for that election promises bigger BR1M when the Government party wins. Explicitly it is about buying the vote of the electorate.

5. If it is not meant to pay for the vote in the election, it should not be mentioned in the BN manifesto.

6. Any Government in any country has an obligation to look after the poor. The dole is given to ease the difficulties of unemployed people. Financial aid is given to the poor but not as supplement to their income.

7. But BR1M is said to be given to 7 million people with incomes of less than RM3,000 per month. That means that a person with income of RM36,000 per year would also get RM500 a year. It is not a meaningful relief for such people.

8. But people with no income or income of less than RM500 per month or RM6000 per year might feel an additional RM500 per year quite welcome. It’s not much but it will buy a few items of food.

9. Now of course the amount is to be increased to RM1,200 a year, or RM100 per month. It is still not much but it is okay. But for someone earning RM3,000 per month it is still peanuts.

10. The money is to be disbursed through UMNO. Obviously it is an attempt at gaining popularity for UMNO. That is political. It is bribery especially if disbursed near an election. It is bribery if the amount is increased and included in the party manifesto.

11. It will not be bribery if the money is disbursed through Government officers or through all members of Parliament irrespective of parties.

12. But this support is nullified by the GST and withdrawal of various subsidies. The cost of living has shot up by more than the amount of BR1M. In fact for many, the GST takes away more from their income than is compensated by BR1M.

13. Now the Ringgit is devalued by more than 1 Ringgit in terms of purchasing power. So a person earning RM500 per month today gets only about RM355 worth of purchasing power. The loss of purchasing power due to the devalued Ringgit and increase in cost of living actually means that BR1M is worth much less than the amount, even if the BR1M is increased to RM1,200. Only the hard core poor will appreciate BR1M.

14. The Government is not clear about the cut–off point. Is it RM3,000 per month or less. If less then it cannot be that 7 million people are entitled to receiving BR1M. We pride ourselves in having reduced poverty to below 1% hard core and 0.6% below poverty line.

15. The 0.6% below poverty line figure, represents a total number of 40,000 households (according to statistics from the Department of Statistics Malaysia). It would be far less if we count only working adults. We need to help these people only, but with more than RM1,200 per annum.

16. Recently people eligible for BR1M have been threatened that if they attend rallies by opposition parties they will not be entitled to BR1M. If this does not show that BR1M is meant to bribe people, I don’t know what is meant by bribery.

17. BR1M tends to make people dependent on the Government. It is known that some of the money did not reach the targeted people.

18. In Britain today unemployed people must do some work to earn the dole.

19. What we need in Malaysia is more jobs for the poor to earn better income. For this we must learn to do without foreign workers.

20. When people are unable to work because of disability, substantial financial support should be given to them.

21. Beyond that the Government should focus on revaluation of the currency and strengthening the economy. The people were definitely better off before when BR1M was not given.

22. BR1M is not only a form of corruption but it corrupts the minds of the people.

Thursday, December 29, 2016

DEMOCRACY

blogtunm.blogspot.com Tun M 
1. Most newly independent countries chose democracy as their political system. They believe fondly that they would get good Governments as the people would choose the leaders to rule their countries. The people must surely choose good leaders.

2. However many now rue the day they chose democracy. Studies have shown that the system is very open to abuse and the wrong people may be elected who will not only abuse the power conferred on them, but who are able to stay in power for decades. Effectively these leaders would become dictators.

3. What usually happens is that once these elected leaders gain control of the machinery of Government, they would be able to manipulate elections so that they or their party would not be defeated.

4. Changing the boundaries of constituencies is one way. Control over the counting of votes offers many ways of cheating. Voting slips can always be shuffled, added or lost. The identity of the voters may be changed so voting twice or three times at different voting stations can be engineered.

5. Voters may be moved from strongholds to weak constituencies. The marking with so-called indelible black ink can be washed out.

6. Then of course the voters can be corrupted with money or gifts.

7. The opportunities for the Government Party to cheat is far greater as it controls the whole voting machinery. The staff would usually be recruited from serving Government staff. They may be bribed or threatened with some kind of punishment.

8. It is noteworthy that when the counting is repeated, the results are never the same. If may be human error or it may be deliberate. The Government party has the possibility of changing the results despite there being observers from the opposition.

9. Sometimes foreign observers are invited to oversee the election process. They may find something wrong. But unless the cheating is blatant, their reports are not likely to be respected.

10. Some countries have adopted electronic voting. Perhaps they are less open to fraud and manipulation. But they are not fool proof.

11. We are seeing in many new countries the incumbent rejecting the results if he loses. There may be riots and violence when this happens. This would give excuses for the Government to call in the military or the military would actually take over and form the Government. Once this happens the people can kiss good bye to democracy.

12. Political parties by themselves cannot seize power. But if the military or the police are prepared to back the dictator, then the seizure of power by a political leader would be successful.

13. In one country a dictator lost because the armed forces and the police which were backing him switched sides. The dictator was overthrown. But where only the military leaders did this, the police may find much to be gained by backing the dictator. The switch is unlikely, to happen. There can be prolonged violence.

14. Obviously a democracy is not a guarantee for good governance. It works in most of the western countries because of the culture of their people. They are much more mature and experienced. They know the price they and the whole country would have to pay if they choose the wrong person to lead. But as we all know even the seasoned democrats can make mistakes.

15. The culture of corruption is not as rampant in these countries. The separation of power between the legislative, the executive and the judiciary is respected and observed. The wrongdoers in any of the institutions cannot hope to get away with their misdeeds.

16. But in the young democracies, disregard for the essential elements of democracy is the norm rather than the exception. It is not unusual for the chief executive of the Government to control all three institutions through corruption or other means.

17. Democracy is a great system but it is not perfect. If the people do not assert their right it does not take much for a democracy to become a kleptocracy; a Government by crooks.

Thursday, December 22, 2016

KLEPTOCRATIC BY ASSOCIATION

blogtunm.blogspot.com Tun M 
1. One of the amazing things happening in Malaysia today is the willingness of certain people, educated and knowledgeable, to kowtow to Najib, to even kiss his hands as their anointed leader, democratically elected.

2. They must know that there are ample evidence that Najib had stolen money in his personal accounts at the bank, that the Dept. of Justice of America had reported that he (Malaysian Official 1 – identified by his own minister, Abdul Rahman Dahlan, as the Prime Minister) is involved in massive fraud involving money belonging to the Malaysian people, that his stepson Riza Aziz and his bosom pal Jho Low were involved in money laundering in the U.S., money belonging to 1MDB.

3. They know all this and more. But they continue to accept him as their leader, crowding around him to shake and kiss his hand. Even the highest elites stood by him.

4. In other countries for even less evidence of abusing power and corruption, leaders, including those from the same party, have taken action, if not to overthrow but at least to suspend the leader while investigations are being carried out as to the truth of the charges levelled. But in Malaysia people including elected leaders of the parties in the coalition Government and very very important people are still supporting Najib’s administration and premiership.

5. When asked, a few aver that although there are charges of corruption and massive fraud levelled at him, in the country and throughout the world, he has not been convicted on such charges. Until he is found guilty they would continue to regard him as their legitimate leader.

6. This excuse is untenable because they know very well that the IGP and the Attorney General are openly covering up his criminal acts and preventing them from being heard in a court of law.

7. Thus when a report is made against him, the person reporting is called up by the police and subsequently detained together with his lawyer, charging them as terrorist and saboteurs of the economy.

8. When the Central Bank, the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission submitted reports on Najib, the Attorney General declared that there is no ground (in the reports) for charging Najib with any wrongdoing.

9. The A.G. had clearly usurped the role of the courts by passing his own judgement. He has become both prosecutor and judge.

10. Additionally reports on 1MDB were placed under the Official Secrets Act, thus not only denying public access to the reports but actually making any reference to the reports a breach of the OSA, and possible charges under that act.

11. The A.G. again going beyond his jurisdiction, instructed that no more investigation be made on matters relating to 1MDB and other possible wrongdoings by Najib. He even went back on his promise to cooperate with the Swiss public prosecutor.

12. The Auditor-General upon instruction by Najib to audit the 1MDB so as to prove that nothing wrong was done by it, came up with a report which was submitted to the Public Accounts Committee of Parliament.

13. Again the A.G. classified the Auditor-General’s report as official secret so that even members of PAC may not refer to it.

14. All these actions by the IGP and the Attorney-General served to prevent Najib’s wrongdoing from being heard in a court of law.

15. That being the case there is no way for Najib to be found guilty even if the whole world regard him as guilty.

16. His toadying supporters, especially from UMNO, MCA and MIC as well as the members of Parliament from Sabah and Sarawak cannot use the “not guilty” excuse for continuing to kiss Najib’s soiled hand. They know he is guilty. And by association they are equally guilty.

17. They really should be ashamed of themselves for propping up a corrupt leader when they can easily bring him down through their votes in parliament.


18. Truly they have betrayed the rakyat who elected them to rule in accordance with the laws of the country and democracy. They are now a part of a Kleptocracy, a Government by crooks and the corrupt.

Tuesday, December 20, 2016

RETIREMENT

blogtunm.blogspot.com Tun M 
1. Some people seem to be annoyed that a 90+ man is not doing the natural thing for people of 90 i.e. rest, play with grandchildren and prepare for the next world.

2. Yes, I am not doing the right thing for a ninety year old. It is not always my choice. I am responding to the appeals by numerous groups of Malaysian people for me to do “something”.

3. Very early after Najib took over the premiership a lot of people, mainly Malays but also non-Malays seemed to be unhappy with Najib’s leadership and direction. Small businesses and contractors had to fold up because they were unable to compete.

4. Yes, he was doing away with the alleged cronyism by me but they claim his cronyism is working against them. The private sector could not be penetrated by them. They needed Government’s positive discrimination.

5. When Najib did away with affirmative action of the NEP they lost everything. And they came to appeal to me.

6. Other groups were not happy with his economic policies, his 1Malaysia slogan, his foreign policies etc. They all came to ask me to “do something”.

7. I did. I conveyed their criticisms to Najib. He did not respond at all.

8. Then came the 1MDB affair. They pointed to all the wrongdoings that Najib did e.g. borrowed 42 billion Ringgit at high interest and 10% commission, failed to do due diligence when investing billions, kept money in dubious places, being too close to Jho Low, a total outsider etc.

9. By then I felt that something must be done to stop Najib. The country was losing lots of money. I informed Najib I could not support him any longer. Then I decided to resign from UMNO.

10. Now it is no longer about people urging me to do something. Now I feel a need to stop Najib from further damaging the country.

11. To cut a long story short, I found that the rule of law has been nullified by Najib. The IGP and the AG protect him from due process. Even Parliament has been rendered toothless, incapable of representing the views of the people who elected the members and totally incapable of having a vote of non-confidence against Najib’s administration.

12. Najib has not been deterred by the open accusation that he had stolen public money. He is continuing with his disastrous line of action. He is borrowing even more money despite not being able to service and repay the 42 billion Ringgit he had borrowed for 1MDB.

13. He is now borrowing 55 billion Ringgit for the East Coast Railway, and another 50 billion for the high-speed train. He is now going to build the Pan-Borneo Highway costing 16 billion when it is known that the Government cannot meet the budgeted expenses for all the Ministries.

14. The country must certainly become bankrupt because there is no way we can pay this huge debt. Alternatively we will have to sell all our assets to raise the money.

15. Already we are seeing some of our most valuable assets being sold. The TRX and Bandar Malaysia, Sungai Besi are two of the most valuable. But we will have to sell land for the East Coast Railway. The sale of Edra is an example.

16. With all these things happening it is hard for a ninety year old citizen just to sit still and play with grandchildren. Yes I am preparing for the Akhirat but Allah be praised, I still have time on my hand to do other things. And the other things I can do is to lend some ideas on preventing the damages that is being done to the country by Najib.

17. So this old man will continue to contribute to the campaign to change the government of Malaysia.

Monday, December 19, 2016

NAJIB PINJAM LAGI

blogtunm.blogspot.com Tun M 
1. Najib isytihar pinjaman sebanyak 55 billion Ringgit dari sebuah syarikat di masa lawatannya ke China.

2. Pinjaman ini adalah untuk membangunkan landasan keretapi letrik di Pantai Timur.

3. Kerajaan Najib telah pun pinjam 42 billion Ringgit untuk 1MDB. Kerana tidak membayar faedah dan pokok, hutang ini meningkat kepada lebih 53 billion Ringgit. Tidak ternampak sedikit pun pelaburan yang memberi keuntungan yang boleh diguna untuk bayar hutang. Sudah tentu jika tidak dibayar faedah hutang ini akan meningkat lagi.

4. Najib juga merancang untuk mengadakan keretapi kelajuan tinggi antara Singapura dan Kuala Lumpur. Untuk projek ini Najib perlu hutang lebih kurang 50 billion Ringgit lagi.

5. Jumlah semua melebihi 160 billion.

6. Kita tidak diberi maklumat tentang pelaburan 1MDB selain dari kerugian membeli stesen janakuasa dan menjualnya kepada syarikat China dengan kerugian yang besar.

7. Tetapi berkenaan pinjaman sebanyak 55 billion untuk landasan keretapi, kita boleh ramal ke mana akan perginya wang 55 billion ini.

8. Kalau benar kos landasan Pantai Timur ialah 55 billion, yang akan dapat keuntungan ialah kontraktor asing yang tentu akan membangun projek ini.

9. Mereka akan membawa masuk segala bahan teknologi, pekerja dari negara mereka. Projek ini akan ambil masa sekurang-kurangnya 7 tahun, mungkin lebih. Pekerja mereka, seramai puluhan ribu mestilah di tempat di sini, khusus di Kelantan, Terengganu dan Pahang.

10. Kos semua ini akan diperolehi hampir semuanya oleh kontraktor luar negeri. Jadi wang yang dipinjam dari syarikat negara China akan kembali ke sana.

11. Di masa yang sama bayaran hutang sebanyak 55 billion dengan faedah akan kembali ke negara itu juga. Mungkin pembayaran akan ambil masa 30 tahun atau lebih. Jumlah bayaran bersama dengan faedah selama 30 tahun akan meningkat kepada 90 billion Ringgit.

12. Kemudian datang keperluan membeli “rolling stock” iaitu gerabak-gerabak elektrik yang akan menelan belanja berbillion lagi. Sekali lagi wang berbillion akan mengalir keluar negeri.

13. Pekerja luar yang dibayar gaji di sini akan hantar separuh balik ke negara mereka. Sekali lagi wang kita akan mengalir keluar negeri.

14. Sepatutnya bayaran balik semua ini, hutang, kontrak, alatan untuk landasan dan gerabak elektrik datang dari keuntungan operasi keretapi pantai timur. Bolehkah kita dapat cukup pendapatan menjual tiket keretapi atau muatan barangan antara pantai barat dengan pantai timur?

15. Kata orang Kelantan lebih murah dan lebih cepat jika penerbangan low cost diguna untuk berjalan antara Pantai Timur dengan bandar-bandar di Pantai Barat.

16. Jika tiket keretapi Pantai Timur dijual dengan harga yang tinggi mungkin ramai yang akan pilih penerbangan.

17. Jika harga tiket rendah keuntungan mungkin tidak diperolehi.

18. Jadi hutang dan kos serta kerugian perlu ditanggung oleh Kerajaan dari dana campuran atau consolidated Fund.

19. Tetapi hari ini Kerajaan tidak ada duit. Lagi pun nilai Ringgit jatuh teruk – bermakna lebih banyak Ringgit diperlukan untuk membayar hutang dengan Dolar Amerika atau Yuan. Dari manakah duit ini akan datang. Hutang lagi atau naikkan cukai dalam negeri dan GST. Dan ini akan membebankan rakyat dengan kos sara hidup yang melambung tinggi.

20. Ya. Memang rancangan keretapi Pantai Timur adalah projek gilang dan gemilang. Yang tidak gilang gemilang ialah beban hutang. Rakyat Malaysia yang akan tanggung beban ini berpuluh tahun.

Thursday, December 8, 2016

PEMBATALAN

blogtunm.blogspot.com Tun M 
Pada 10 haribulan 11, 2016, saya menerima jemputan dari Penyimpan Mohor Besar Raja-Raja yang menjunjung titah perintah Majlis Raja-Raja untuk menghadiri Mesyuarat Majlis Raja-Raja Yang Ke-244 (Khas) di Istana Negara, Kuala Lumpur pada hari Selasa 13hb Disember 2016 bersamaan 13 Rabiulawal 1438H jam 11.00 pagi sempena Istiadat Melafaz dan menandatangani Sumpah Jawatan oleh Seri Paduka Baginda Sultan Muhammad V, Yang di-Pertuan Agong dan Duli Yang Maha Mulia Paduka Seri Sultan Nazrin Muizzuddin Shah ibni Almarhum Sultan Azlan Muhibbuddin Shah Al-Maghfur-Lah, Timbalan Yang di-Pertuan Agong.

Saya jawab bahawa saya akan hadir kerana saya anggap acara ini sebagai acara nasional yang tidak ada kaitan dengan mana-mana parti politik.

Pada 6hb Disember, 2016 saya terima surat dari Penyimpan Mohor Besar Raja-Raja yang menyebut:

Dengan hormat saya menyusuli undangan yang dihantar kepada YABhg Tun dan memaklumkan bahawa undangan tersebut adalah dibatalkan.

Surat ini bermaksud untuk mengelak sebarang kesipuan (embarrassment) jika YABhg Tun hadir pada hari dan ketika tersebut kerana Pejabat ini tiada menyediakan kerusi kepada YABhg Tun.”

Rupa-rupanya acara negara adalah sebahagian dari politik parti.

Saya minta maaf kerana membuat anggapan yang salah. Saya akan ambil ingatan bahawa Istana Negara adalah milik Najib dan Parti Barisan Nasional.

Sekian.

Terima Kasih.

Wednesday, December 7, 2016

ASSOCIATING WITH THIEVES

blogtunm.blogspot.com Tun M 
1. The MCA President has expressed his disgust at what he calls the lack of principle on the part of DAP.

2. He seems to think that DAP’s working together with me is all wrong.

3. But MCA’s working together with a known kleptocrat who has stolen billions of Ringgit is the worst example of a lack of principle. Or is the MCA unaware of what Najib has done to UMNO, BN and the nation. If he is not, I would like to tell him that under Najib Malaysia has been classified as one of the ten most corrupt country in the world.

4. The American Dept. of Justice has reported that Najib, who is Malaysian Official 1 (as confirmed by Cabinet Minister Abdul Rahman Dahlan), has stolen billions of Ringgit of the Malaysian people’s money, and 2.6 billion Ringgit of this is in Najib’s personal bank account. Of course the MCA thinks this is okay. That is the MCA’s principle which it must cling to. It must be proud that it is supporting Najib who is involved in the world’s biggest fund case as alleged by the Department of Justice.

5. Now Najib considers the contest is between UMNO and DAP. This means Najib believes in racism because to him Malaysian politics is about Malays versus Chinese. Towards that end he has redrawn constitutional boundaries to separate Malays from Chinese.

6. Perhaps this accords with MCA as an ethnic Chinese Party. DAP is a multi-racial party which supports all the provisions of the Malaysian Constitution, namely
I. The monarchical system
II. Malay Special rights
III. Malay is the national language
IV. Islam is the official religion of the country.

7. Accordingly the DAP celebration of its 50th anniversary was conducted completely in the national language.

8. The DAP Secretary General categorically stated in his speech that DAP had never asked to have a Chinese Prime Minister in answer to Najib’s claim that if the DAP wins the next election Kit Siang would be P.M. DAP’s choice is Anwar Ibrahim, a non-Chinese.

9. MCA obviously supports Najib’s racist play by saying that if UMNO loses to DAP, there would be a Chinese as PM., or maybe MCA just wants to bodek Najib, principle be damned.

10. MCA should not talk about principle as it is just opportunistic. It is not the MCA of Tun Tan Cheng Lock. It is just an appendage of Najib’s racist UMNO now.

11. I am with DAP and the other opposition parties because I don’t want to be associated with Najib and his kleptocratic government. Until he can prove beyond reasonable doubt he did not steal 1MDB money, I will still say he has stolen money from the people of Malaysia.

12. For MCA everything that Najib has done is okay. So stay with him. And that means MCA has no principle. DAP has upheld its principle to have clean election, to have democracy and to fight for a clean Government. MCA is as kleptocratic as Najib.

13. Shame on you MCA.

Tuesday, December 6, 2016

KERAKYATAN

blogtunm.blogspot.com Tun M 
1. Menteri Besar Johor berkata bahawa tuduhan saya bahawa 700,000 orang asing akan mendapat kerakyatan Malaysia tidak munasabah.

2. Itu MB Johor. Itu bukan Perdana Menteri Najib. Kalau sebelum Najib menjadi PM saya tuduh bahawa ia akan mempunyai 2.6 billion Ringgit dalam akaun peribadinya di Ambank, siapa yang akan percaya. Orang akan kata saya gila.

3. Tetapi hari ini semua dunia tahu yang Najib telah lesapkan duit itu dari 1MDB yang ditubuh dan dikuasai penuh olehnya. Ya. Memang MB Johor tidak tahu. Memang ahli-ahli UMNO yang hadir dalam mesyuarat agong UMNO tidak tahu kerana telinga dan mata mereka telah disumbat dengan dedak dan mereka hanya boleh dengar cakap-cakap Najib dan konco-konconya schaja.

4. Tetapi dakwaan yang Najib lesapkan duit 1MDB kedalam poketnya memang benar, walaupun jika dakwaan ini dibuat sebelum ia menjadi PM, tidak siapa pun akan percaya.

5. Ya. Memberi kerakyatan kepada 700,000 orang asing memang bunyi tidak masuk akal. Tetapi Najib biasa membuat perkara-perkara yang tidak masuk akal, yang luar biasa.

6. Dizaman Najib, orang yang membuat laporan polis berkenaan duit yang dilesapkan oleh Najib, disoal oleh polis, dimasuk dalam tahanan, dan dihadap ke mahkamah bersama dengan peguamnya atas tuduhan sabotaj ekonomi.

7. Tak masuk akal. Bercanggah dengan undang-undang. Tetapi ini sudah berlaku.

8. Laporan berkenaan dengan jenayah Najib oleh Bank Negara, MACC, Auditor-General didakwa oleh Pendakwa Raya tidak punyai bukti Najib melakukan apa-apa kesalahan, tidak dibenar mahkamah membicara kes, didakwa bahawa laporan ini rahsia Kerajaan, dan Pendakwa Raya menghalang sebarang penyelidikan dibuat berkenaan salahguna wang 1MDB.

9. Semua ini, perkara-perkara ganjil, luar biasa, bertentangan dengan undang-undang, tidak pernah berlaku tetapi sudah berlaku dibawah pemerintahan Najib.

10. Dan berpuluh lagi perkara yang tidak masuk akal sudah pun berlaku, dibawah pemerintahan Najib.

11. Sebab itu dakwaan bahawa 700,000 orang asing ini akan diberi kad pengenalan, di daftar dan mengundi dalam PRU 14 tidak begitu ganjil atau “rubbish”. Najib boleh melakukannya.

12. Hari ini pun sudah ada kes pelawat asing memiliki passport negara lain tetapi I.C Malaysia. Dalam negara Cash is King Najib, pegawai boleh disogok atau cara-cara lain dibuat untuk memberi IC Malaysia kepada 700,000 orang asing yang akan bermastautin di Johor.

13. Bloomberg melapor bahawa di sekeliling JB terdapat 60 project yang boleh diduduki oleh 1½ juta orang. Siapakah yang akan mengisi bangunan pencakar langit di kawasan Iskandar ini.

14. Masuk akalkah jika orang Johor, Melayu, Cina dan India seramai 1½ juta berpindah untuk tinggal dalam projek-projek mewah ini. Tak masuk akal.

15. Untuk 1½ juta orang asing tinggal di sekeliling JB masuk akal. Kononnya nak tinggal hanya 3 bulan musim sejuk sahaja. Sudah ada syarat dan perjanjiankah? Bolehkah kita gambarkan 700,000 orang terbang ke Johor untuk tinggal 3 bulan dan lepas itu 700,000 orang ini terbang balik dan tinggal bandaraya Iskandar JB kosong selama 9 bulan. Fikirkan 1½ juta manusia mengosongkan bandar, pangsapuri, kedai, kilang selama 9 bulan. Sunyi senyap Johor Bharu. Masuk akal?

16. Jika 1½ juta orang asing ini pilih untuk tinggal, untuk bekerja untuk berniaga, untuk melahirkan anak sepanjang tahun dapatkah Mohamad Khalid MB halau mereka keluar.

17. Kalau tidak dapat halau keluar mereka, apakah status mereka. Apakata kalau mereka tuntut untuk jadi pemastautin tetap. Apakata kalau mereka tuntut kerakyatan Malaysia.

18. Apakata kalau senyap-senyap mereka diberi IC Malaysia sebelum PRU 14.

19. Mustahil! Tidak. Najib terdesak. Baginya membuat undang-undang untuk memiliki kuasa penuh, tangkap dan kurung orang, menamat jawatan, menyogok wang, mengguna Lembaga Hasil Dalam Negeri untuk menekan orang, bahkan Badan Pencegah Rasuah untuk menakut rakyat sudah diamal olehnya. Setakat memberi IC, mendaftar sebagai pengundi 700,000 orang asing adalah perkara biasa baginya. Mungkin tak sampai 700,000, mungkin lebih bukan masalah bagi Najib.

20. Melesapkan duit Kerajaan (duit rakyat) berbillion Ringgit baginya tiada masalah. Apabila Presiden Amerika, dihadapan Najib, menyindir tentang penipuan yang dilakukan olehnya, senyumannya kekal dibibir. Tak ada berasa malu sedikit pun.

21. Kes membasuh bersih duit yang dicuri dari 1MDB sehingga Malaysia dikenali sebagai di antara 10 negara rasuah terbesar didunia, kes anak tiri dituduh mencuri ratusan million dollar Amerika untuk membuat filem lucah, tidak sedikit pun menimbul rasa malu oleh Najib.

22. Mat Salleh kata orang ini “has thick skin” mempunyai kulit tebal. Tak tahu malu langsung. Memalu negara dan rakyatnya okay. Asalkan boleh jadi PM.

23. Jika sogokan dan penipuan dilakukan dalam pilihan raya, itu pun okay.

24. Sebab itu bukanlah mustahil jika 700,000 orang asing mengundi dalam PRU 14.

25. Kepada Mohamad Khalid, Menteri Besar Johor, saya ucap tahniah. Awak akan dapat 1 ½ juta orang asing di sekeliling awak. Mereka kononnya tidak akan menjadi rakyat. Tetapi mereka akan berada di sekeliling kamu.

26. Hanya dengan adanya 1 ½ juta orang asing di Johor, akan menjadi masalah kepada kamu. Lihat apa jadi kepada Singapura. Hanya kerana komposisi penduduknya tidak seperti di Malaysia, kita terpaksa keluarkan Singapura dari Malaysia. Apabila JB dikelilingi oleh 1 ½ juta orang asing apakah kita akan merdekakan wilayah Iskandar. Na’uzubillah.
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