Thursday, March 13, 2008

A Criminal Act?

When I put up my previous entry, I thought I did not want to write anything about the just concluded PRU12 anymore till a later time. But circumstances forced me otherwise. Thus forgive me if you do find it a bore.

Earlier this afternoon, PAS President held a Press Conference in Bangunan PAS, Kuala Lumpur. As usual, Wak and I arrived early but was surprised that there were many more journalists earlier than us. And for the first time since PAS Pusat moved into the building, or perhaps the times I attended a PC, RTM was present along with Sinar Harian, an umno daily tabloid.

As usual before the PC begins, journalists and crew members mixed around - some to reacquaint or get to know, while others trying to snoop on each other latest news, as did that reporter wannabe cakapaje.

After getting to know the Sinar Harian reporter, cakapaje then found himself in a conversation with reporters from TV PAS and a Chinese newspaper. Cakapaje then pointblank asked about the incident at the Selangor SUK Building as it was reported by the Chinese newspaper, and the reporter confirm it as true.

I now put the report which was made available at Laman M@ARHAEN as well as NYMHM below for wider exposure.

Selangor State Officers Destroy Documents …Sulit! -
By Koh Kho King Laman M@RHAEN
Just read the news in Sin Chew Jit Poh today…

Selangor State’s Officers were in the process of destroying some confidential (Sulit) documents when cleaning and tidying up preparing to leave the administration office and hand over the control to the new Opposites (Barisan Rakyat) new state government.

PKR and DAP members rush to the scene to stop the destroying process…but some have already been shredded.

(picture from Sin Chew Jit Poh)

According to PKR and DAP, all documents are government’s properties, NOT ALLOW to be destroyed! A mess in the office after the stopping…

(picture from Sin Chew Jit Poh)

Selangor treasury official later explained, the destroyed documents are “copies”, must be settled and the “Original” are still kept safe.

Original news (in Chinese) at:
http://www.sinchew. 57151


hata said...

talk about bersih, they're good at cleaning up their mess

Kata Tak Nak said...

No, they were trying to glue the documents which were shredded by Toyols the previous night.

Fatin said...


Wednesday March 12, 2008 Kuala Lumpur

"Shahrir also said that one could not ignore the fact that the Barisan might now want to form a coalition government with PAS.

“If the DAP can work with PAS, why can’t we work with PAS. Chinese voters have given their votes to PAS. If you vote for the Opposition, we assume that you accept PAS, and it is an acceptable partner to the Barisan,” he said."

What do you think? BN Selangor & Perak are waiting for that so that they can form their government there, especially when DAP is not happy with the new MB Perak and PAS is not happy with the abolishment of DEB in Penang proposed by the new MB Penang. If BN got PAS to agree (which seems very unlikely though Dato' Shahrir Abdul Samad gave that remark in The Star), BN will control all the states except Penang and half-half in Selangor.

Any comment?



tokasid said...

Salam Shah:

A criminal act it definitely is.If they have nothing to hide why would they do this?

As for fatin's query: I remember very well what TGNA said. PAS was in BN before when UMNO requested PAS to join in after the infamous '69 incident.For the sake of national stability and Islam dand Malay's sake PAS came in. What happened next. When PAS was in BN, UMNO still treated PAS as its enemy not as a partner. PAS was attacked and stabbed in the back. And finally PAS decide enough is enough.
PAS quit BN and since then had been on its own.PAS had went through the highs and lows of Malaysian politics but Alhamdulillah PAS survived.

Now that Sharir had 'sort of' suggested that PAS work together with UMNO, I think PAS will be sceptical about it. Yes nothing is impossible in politics.
But if UMNO is still the same in soul and jasad, why should the become UMNO's partners. UMNO is still having the same leaders.Leadres who attacked PAS .Leaders who deprived development in Kelantan by witholding the state's grant( or delaying it).

Now that UMNO is in deep shit, they offer an olive leave to PAS.

Unless the UMNO leaders are willing to change....there might be something along the grapevine

cakapaje said...

Salam Hata,

Yes, they surely are, aren't they? :)

Though they shave shredded documents and evidence, Allah s.w.t. is Almighty and All Knowing. "They may plan, but Allah is the best Planner."

Fatin said...


Jazakallahu khair Tokasid for your comment. I just want to know if there is any good for the country if this is to happen.

On another note, if UMNO offered PAS to be the leader of BN, do you think this is possible? I know I am talking very nonsense stuff here, but since UMNO's members are dividing among themselves about the PM status of Pak Lah and according to Marina Mahathir (read her blog this morning and shocked by it if it's a truth) that many loyal UMNO voters have turned their back to UMNO/BN, do you still think that there is a possibility to join force?

My less than 2-cent comment & thought (or imagination).



cakapaje said...

Salam Cikgu,

Yes, they were, weren't they? :)But its like one big jigsaw puzzle, or perhaps, Rubik's Cube.

cakapaje said...

Wa'alaikumusalam Fatin and Doc,

Since Doc have answered Fatin's query, I hope both of you do not mind I reply to both together.

Fatin, what Doc mentioned is true and part of history - we may forgive, but we do not forget. Before I continue on, I should add a little from the PC PAS President gave yesterday. Then, he said "Any reply or statement for PAS can only be construed as such if it comes from him."

Now, to continue from Doc TA: We must make the distinction clear here: umno, for all that it is glorified to be, fights under a racial banner which is Ketuanan Melayu. PAS on the otherhand - though 90% of its members are Melayu - fights under the banner of Islam, which supersede any racial discrimination.

InsyAllah, soon after replying this, I will be putting up an entry from one of the email groups I'm in, to point out the difference. Its nothing much, but a reply from someone to another on a call made for perpaduan Melayu.

And insyAllah, PAS is willing to accept umno members to join in our struggle, but it must be under our terms and not theirs.

Doc, you are right: if they have nothing to hide, why the very act itself?

cakapaje said...

Wa'alaikumusalam Fatin,

My apologies for the delay in reply. It seems when I last did, you too sent another comment at the same time.

It is only a remote possibility that umno would offer PAS to lead the BN since PAS has only 23 Parliamentary seats. However, should PAS decide to do so, insyAllah, it will be together with PKR and DAP along.

Right now Malay Nationalist are chanting the racial tunes again, especially about DAP holding the state government in Penang, and having the most state seats in Perak. Question is: if so true, what and why were such tunes silent during Gerakan days in Penang?

I have one request to all my friends in particular, and Malaysians in general, let the new administrations begin their elected duty - continue giving them your support and stop harassing them with matters only they fully comprehend the difficulties of.