Tuesday, August 18, 2009

The outcome of a weird election result in Malaysia.

Yakuza is the most feared secret society in Japan.

You first read the allegation about a certain connection of Selangor's Pakatan Rakyat members of the Government involvement in underworld activities and secret society back during exposure extraordinaire by Mr. Wee CK, Wangsa Maju MP in his blog.

Today, the police is doing their job in taking statements from a few witnesses to facilitate the investigation into the matter. As wise citizens of Malaysia, my only hope is that Malaysians from all walks of life let the relevant authorities do their respective job.

To young voters who voted in " the alternative government" in General Election 12 on March 8 , 2009, let it be a hard lesson. For today you see the result of an unfortunate action; ballot done in a moment of anger, in a highly charged atmosphere, done by equally highly instigated young voters , had (unfortunately) voted for a false hope.

Unfortunately, the change in political landscape, brings about a negative change. I would like to borrow a statement from a veteran leader down south who was quoted, one day after the election, as saying a weird election result brings about a hamper in the government effort to bring peace and prosperity to the people (of Singapore).

Today we see, true to the word of the veteran politician from our neighbour down south, many of socio-economy blueprints, already drawn for the rakyat, took a back seat because the federal government and government servants are busy tackling the antics of the Pakatan Rakyat members.

To all Malaysians, let us keep our head level headed and not be easily instigated by certain group to destabilise Malaysia. Let us keep on praying that whatever happen, peace and harmony will prevail in Malaysia, insyaAllah and God willing.

The excerpt below is courtesy of News Straits Times

Selangor officers quizzed over secret society meetings

SHAH ALAM, Mon: Bukit Aman police today questioned two Selangor assistant administrative officers following claims that offices of state executive councillors were used by members of secret societies to hold meetings.
Kampung Baru Development and Illegal Factory Task Force executive councillor Ean Yong Hian Wah told a news conference that Norazah Ismail from his office was questioned for an hour from 1.30pm. He said that investigations were carried out following a police report claiming that offices of Selangor executive councillors were use by secret societies to hold meetings. Ean Yong, who was present during the questioning, said the report did not say which offices had been used for the meetings.
Another officer questioned by police was Siti Fairous Shohaimie of the office of Local Government, Study and Research executive councillor Ronnie Lui. Liu's executive secretary Daniel Chong said Siti Fairous was questioned from 1pm to 3.30pm. Chong said police had also taken the visitors' registration book from Liu's office. -- BERNAMA

1 comment:

~PakKaramu~ said...

Salam ramadan al mubarak