DS Najib Statement On Hudud – Have Malays Been Consulted

Posted March 23, 2015 by warisan tmk
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DS Najib reportedly would be making a statement on HUDUD by tomorrow….after meeting leaders of BN component parties last thursday.

As a Malay/Muslim and ardent UMNO supporter, it came across my mind the question whether DS Najib had gauged the ‘hearts and mind’ of grass-root UMNO members and Malay voters…who are the ‘life line’ of UMNO’s political dominance and power.

As an UMNO supporter who is ‘closer to the grass-root’ among ordinary party members and voters, I truly believe that overwhelming majority of Malays/Muslims are supportive of HUDUD…and in fact believe that it is their religious duty to support implementation of HUDUD…although large section also believe that the ‘technicalities’ of HUDUD need to be looked into more carefully, so that the laws truly reflect the letter and spirit of the Quranic teachings.

DS Najib has caused shocks and disappointments among the voters of UMNO/BN for his ‘personal decisions’ like abolishing the ISA and certain Emergency Ordinances. And when DS Najib made another ‘personal decision’ to repeal the Sedition Act, he was overwhelmingly opposed not only by the Malays at large…but by his own party.

I really pray to Allah swt…so that DS Najib will not make similar BLUNDERS tomorrow…when he makes statement on HUDUD.

AS long as DS Najib continue to listen to the ‘heart beats’ of those who voted for UMNO/BN, no one would be able to touch him…or undermine the position of the Malays and Islam.

Between HUDUD And ‘Special Position of Malays/Bumiputras’

Posted March 23, 2015 by warisan tmk
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It baffled me the INCONSISTANCIES of Chinese-based political parties, namely DAP, MCA and Gerakan.

When it comes to oppossing HUDUD, they would argue that HUDUD is against the Federal Constitution.

But when it comes to the ‘Special Position of Malays/Bumiputras of Sabah and Sarawak’, DAP has been acting and working against it. Both MCA and Gerakan have also been guilty of the same tendencies.

On similar note, whats the diffrerence between DAP, MCA and Gerakan supporting ‘Chinese-medium education’ in parallel with the ‘National language-medium education’, and PAS/UMNO supporting HUDUD as parallel ‘slamic criminal laws’, in parallel to ‘civil criminal laws’.

I wonder whether it is a kind of ‘double-standard’ or ‘hypocrisy’.

Hudud – Pecah Tembelang PKR

Posted March 21, 2015 by warisan tmk
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Setelah begitu lama bermain ‘hide-and-seek’ tentang hudud, PKR akhirnya terpaksa PECAH TEMBELANG bahawa parti itu sebenarnya selama ini MENENTANG perlaksanaan hudud.

Bezanya dengan DAP ialah, PKR masih tanpa segan dan silu menggunakan justifikasi berbau ‘Islamic’ dengan berselindung di sebalik istilah-istilah seperti ‘Figh Al-Awlawiyyat’, ‘Maslahah Ummah’, dan ‘Maqasid Shariah’.

Tidak tahulah apa pemimpin-pemimpin PKR, yang termasuk antaranya Tian Chua dan Sivarasa, faham dengan istilah ‘Fiqh Al-Awlawiyyat’. Mungkin bagi mereka, istilah ini memberi maksud ‘mengutamakan Anwar’. Dan, tidak tahulah apa yang mereka faham dengan istilah ‘Maslahah Ummah’. Mungkin bagi mereka, ia bermaksud ‘kepentingan Anwar’.

Apa sekali pun, pendirian begitu jelas kepimpinan PKR menentang hudud menjadikan PKR ‘twin-brothers’ dengan DAP. Mereka seolah-olah adik beradik kembar, malah boleh dianggap ‘mirror image’ antara satu sama lain.

Hai hai…pecah tembelang…

After Hudud – DAP Would Not Dare

Posted March 20, 2015 by warisan tmk
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Why DAP are so against Hudud? Is it because they are worried that their children’s hands will be chopped off? Are they worried that their young sons and daughters will be flogged or stoned to death?

After all, Hudud is enforcable on Muslims only. Why then so much noises, interference…and even threats of all sorts from DAP.

The answer is simple. Hudud, the Islamic criminal laws, are the ‘icing on the cake’ for an Islamic state. Even before the introduction of hudud into our legal system, Malaysia has long been recognized as an ISLAMIC STATE. Yet DAP have been trying hard to put a stand that Malaysia IS NOT.

DAP know very well that PAS has for decades been engaging UMNO in ‘political warfare’…and kept on being the underdog. DAP seize the opportunity by working with PAS….to ‘divide and rule’ the Malays. While fighting UMNO by ‘using’ PAS, DAP quietly seek to detach PAS away from their original struggle to establish Islamic state in Malaysia.

At the end of the day, DAP fail to subjugate PAS. DAP’s designs on PAS backfired badly. However, DAP seem to be impotant in their trying to subjugate PAS.

Is DAP dare enough to leave Pakatan? we all we see monday next week. I do not think DAP will dare.

Hudud – PAS Real Friends and Real Enemies

Posted March 19, 2015 by warisan tmk
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By today, if not much earlier, PAS should know who are their REAL FRIENDS and their REAL ENEMIES in Malaysia politics.

Parti Islam Se-Malaysia(PAS) was formed as a political party with initial objectives of setting up an Islamic State in Malaysia, including implementing the Islamic criminal laws better known as HUDUD.

PAS has baffled the Malays/Muslims, the majority of whom voted  UMNO in general elections, by opting to work with PKR and DAP…with the common short-term objective to topple UMNO/BN from power. But on top of that, PAS still need to prove to their grass-root supporters that the party will implement the Islamic State, including HUDUD, once they are in power, together with PKR and DAP.

The irony is, both PKR and DAP have managed to ‘dupe’ PAS, to exclude Islamic State and HUDUD from their ‘common policy framework’. Meaning, all this while, PKR and DAP supporters voted for PAS in 12th and 13th general elections on the basis that PAS had ‘cold-freezed’ their Islamic State and HUDUD ambitions.

However, after what has been happening in Kelantan State Assembly in the past few days, PAS should be able to see ‘much clearer’ who are their REAL FRIENDS and REAL ENEMIES in politics.

Melayu Pendatang?

Posted October 21, 2014 by warisan tmk
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First and foremost, let me state that all Malaysians, regardless of race, are bona fide citizens of this country Malaysia….and they should not be called ‘pendatang’, a Malay term for ‘immigrant’.

However, its historical fact that the forefathers of certain section of Malaysian citizens of today were ‘pendatang’ or ‘immigrants’ to the lands of Tanah Melayu, before they were accepted as citizens of the then Persekutuan Tanah Melayu.

Once the former immigrants became citizens of Persekutuan Tanah Melayu, they were NO LONGER ‘pendatang’ or ‘immigrants’. Subsequently, their descendents became automatic citizens of Persekutuan Tanah Melayu, and later, Malaysia.

It is very insensitive, provocative and seditious to call our fellow citizens of the country as ‘pendatang’, even in cases whereby their forefathers were ‘pendatang’ or ‘immigrants’. We fully understand the feelings of our fellow citizens when they are labelled as ‘pendatang’.

Its interesting to note that this ‘pendatang’ labellings DID NOT surface in our political stage for a period of over 50 years after the independence of Persekutuan Tanah Melayu. In fact, its quite a recent problem, beginning to surface in the run up to the 2008 General Election. Perhaps Anwar Ibrahim and Lim Kit Siang are fully aware as to the reasons behind the ‘re-surgence’ of highly-charged racial politics  in the country.

I do not believe any Malay in their right frame of mind would call his fellow citizens as ‘pendatang’. However, there is every possibility that the term ‘pendatang’ was used to refer to their forefathers, who were ‘pendatang’ or ‘immigrants’ to the Persekutuan Tanah Melayu during the British era.

However, by trying to ‘hit back’ by labelling the Malays as ‘pendatang’ too, will not solve the problem. Malays were part one of the natives of this country we used to call Persekutuan Tanah Melayu. Earlier Malays, or the Proto-Malays, were one of the ORANG ASLI tribes of the country.

However, unlike the other ORANG ASLI tribes, who lived normadic life in the high lands of the country, the Proto-Malay ORANG ASLI tribes lived closer to river mouths and the sea…hence their interactions with foreigners and their much more modern status compared to the other tribes of ORANG ASLI. We can safely say that the Malays are the MODERNISED ORANG ASLI of Tanah Melayu, Persekutuan Tanah Melayu, and Malaysia.

No doubt there were certain ‘suku kaum’ of Malays sailed over to Tanah Melayu from neighbouring insular Malay Archipelago…including Sulawesi(Bugis), Java and Sumatra. However, lets not deny the fact that most Malays are decendents of the Kedah Malays, Perak Malays, Kelantan Malays, Trengganu Malays, Pahang Malays, Selangor Malays, Johor Malays, Melaka Malays and Negri Sembilan Malays, who were the NATIVES of those Tanah Melayu states.

I believe this ‘pendatang’ issue should not have re-surfaced, had all sides respect and adhere to the spirit of the CITIZENSHIP AGREEMENT, which are more commonly known as the SOCIAL CONTRACT, agreed upon by all major races in Persekutuan Tanah Melayu a few years before the country’s independence.

CITIZENSHIP AGREEMENT or the SOCIAL CONTRACT allows certain ‘SPECIAL POSITION’ of native races and tribes. It so happend that Malays were the MOST DOMINANT among the native races and tribes. And the ‘special position’ was embodied and CASTED in our Federal Constitution.

If our fellow Malaysian citizens who are descendents of their ‘former immigrants’ forefathers STOP their attempts to put aside or to do away with the CITIZENSHIP AGREEMENT or the SOCIAL CONTRACT, I’m very sure, the native Malays have no reason whatsoever to re-kindle the ‘pendatang-related’ issues.

52 % Popular Vote – Pakatan’s Political Masturbation

Posted October 20, 2014 by warisan tmk
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PKR, DAP and PAS are parties of conflicting ideologies. DAP upholds secularism. PAS upholds Islam. Secularism and Islam will never never never meet. This fact explains why until now, PKR, DAP and PAS have been contesting elections their separate flags and banners…instead of a single ‘pakatan’ flag. Infact ‘pakatan’ has not been registered officially as party name.

DAP contested in overwhelmingly Chinese-majority constituencies, preaching secularism. PAS contested in Malay-majority constituencies, preaching Islam. Meaning, they preached different message for different audience. Would the Chinese support DAP had their leaders preached Islam? and..would certain section of Malays support PAS had their leaders preached secularism? The answers are NO.

Before Anwar Ibrahim, Lim Kit Siang and Lim Guan Eng talk about popular vote, its mandatory that they officially register the name ‘Pakatan Rakyat’, have a common party constitution and have a single ‘pakatan’ flag. Before they sort these matters out, any claim of winning popular votes is nothing but self-pleasing ‘political masturbation’.


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