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Tuesday, May 5, 2015

Monday, May 4, 2015

Whim and Fancy of IGP Khalid


GST PROTESTERS GET CHAIN.

CROSS PROTESTER GET VIP TREATMENT.

INSTIGATE BIBLE BURNING - NO INVESTIGATION

BUM SHAKERS - NO INVESTIGATION

TIME FOR IGP KHALID TO RECEIVE HIS KARMA LIKE AG WITH A TAIL IN HIS NAME WHERE NO MONEY CAN SAVE HIS HEALTH.

Corruption inside JPJ caused many lives to be lost in Malaysia


Yana of FMC that cost the dead of 3 family member and make 2 girls age 7 and 4 become orphan.
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Two Perodua Myvi drivers who were involved in the accident which killed three including a baby at Duta-Ulu Klang Expressway had been released on police bail today. Federal traffic police chief Datuk Mohd Fuad Abd Latiff said the 31-year-old man and 35-year-old woman were released after police had recorded their statements. "They are released on police bail but will need to report themselves at the traffic police station in the city within these two weeks," he said. The duo was earlier picked up while seeking treatment at Kuala Lumpur hospital (HKL). He added the case was being investigated under Section 41(1) of the Road Transport Act for causing death with reckless driving. Yesterday, the Perodua Myvi traveling in a convoy of several vehicles of the same make was believed to have grazed a Mitsubishi Pajero driven by Fairuz Nizam Husain, 35. The impact caused Fairuz's vehicle, which was on the middle lane to swerve and crashed into another Perodua Myvi on the left lane before spinning several times and overturned. The driver and passengers were thrown out of vehicle in the incident. Fairuz died on the spot while his wife, Nova Salfitri Azhari, 27, and their seven-month-old baby, Nur Firuza Annisa succumbed to their injuries at HKL. Police had so far recorded statements from all parties including an eyewitness.
http://www.themalaymailonline.com/malaysia/article/toll-surveillance-video-shows-speeding-myvis-moments-before-deadly-duke-cra
WHEN YOU BRIBE TO GET YOUR DRIVING LICENCE THIS HAPPENS.



Calling all Malaysians for full support tomorrow (5th May 2015)

Election watchdog Bersih wants Malaysians to wear black tomorrow to protest against the recent crackdown against May Day rally participants.

The protest, dubbed 'Ops Hitam 505' (Operation Black 505) will coincide with the second anniversary of BN's slim victory in the 13th general elections.

"We appeal to all Malaysians to wear black or to put on black ribbons or cloths on their vehicles, buildings or personal belongings on May 5, 2015.

"(This is) a sign of rejection of the arrogant provocation by the 'Najib Minority Government' in the arrest, detention and harassment of the leaders and participants of the May Day rallies in Kuala Lumpur and Kota Kinabalu," Bersih said in a statement today.

Police have arrested more than 30 people after 15,000 people flooded downtown Kuala Lumpur last Friday for the May Day anti-goods and services tax rally.

Among those arrested and later released include former Bar Council chairperson Ambiga Sreenevasan, Seremban MP Anthony Loke and PSM secretary-general S Arutchelvan.

23 youths remanded

Police also allegedly 'roughed up' PKR vice-president Tian Chua, who was detained in Penang and brought to Kuala Lumpur.

A total of 23 youths have also been remanded for three days on Saturday.

Besides protesting the crackdown and showing solidarity with those arrested, Bersih said the black shirt protest tomorrow also has three other objectives.

They are for the GST to be abolished, to protest gerrymandering via electoral constituency redelineation and to establish an Independent Police Complaints and Misconduct Commission (IPCMC) to end abuses of police powers.

"We hope all Malaysians will show a sea of black tomorrow in every corner of Malaysia, especially in Rompin and in Permatang Pauh, where the voters can make their stand with their ballot papers to reject GST, dirty elections and police state," Bersih said.
 

Sunday, May 3, 2015

The dead seek help for their death - Witnesses please come forward

3 Ahli Familia Myvi Club (FMC) Buat Laporan Polis, Salahkan Pajero






Perbualan Whatsapp Antara Ahli Familia Myvi Club



LAPORAN POLIS DARI SAKSI KEJADIAN



3 Saksi Lain

Have a funeral or kick out the JINX

Civil Service Jobs Freeze In Emergency Measure To Save Money EXCLUSIVE!

Civil Service Jobs Freeze In Emergency Measure To Save Money EXCLUSIVE!

Mohamad Zabidi Zinal, Director-General of Public Service Malaysia - No more staff till further notice!
Mohamad Zabidi Zinal, Director-General of Public Service Malaysia – No more staff till further notice!
Sarawak Report has been leaked devastating evidence of the parlous state of the government’s finances.
A directive has been sent out to the Civil Service Human Resources Departments informing them that they must immediately cease any more hiring of personnel.
The implications of such a blanket order are of course far reaching and it will affect the prospects and careers of thousands of government servants and of young job seekers.
“See how we are being squeezed” was the comment of one civil servant, wishing not to be named.
The emergency move has not been made public by the government, which is facing the impact of a vast debt burden caused by such debacles as the failing One Malaysia Development Fund, now RM42 billion in debt.
However, Sarawak Report has been passed a copy of the directive (below) entitled Optimum Use of Human Resources Initiative and sent out to all departments by the Director General of Public Service Mohamad Zabidi Zainal:
"Notice is hereby given that the Government has decided there 
is a need to control the number of personnel in the public
sector towards the optimum use of human resources.

In this regard, the creation of new positions have been frozen
for all departments/agencies with effect from 22nd April 2015.

Referring to the Special Session meeting between the Chief
Secretary to the Chairman and Secretary of the Commission 
Services on March 18 all appointing authorities should 
postpone all recruitment except for the following 
circumstances:

a) Dealings involving candidates called for interview 
appointment process; and

b)recruitment of trainees to attend a pre-service program 
and the appointment of trainees who have successfully 
completed the pre-service program, subject to confirmation
of existing vacancies
Jobs freeze confirmed in the Civil Service
Jobs freeze confirmed in the Civil Service
The document has been widely circulated amongst service insiders over the past days amid growing concerns also about the potential implications for the effectiveness of government services.
This appears to be a blanket and non-discretionary order across all departments, so Sarawak Report suggests that the government should be transparent about the measure and explain to what extent critical services and appointments might be affected?
The floral arrangements are said to have cost millions of ringgit...
The floral arrangements are said to have cost millions of ringgit…
Crucially, does the list of exemptions include the replacement of key personnel or are belts being pulled so tight that departments are being expected to somehow make do when team leaders or professional experts depart in the natural course of retirement and other circumstances?
This measure was passed in a week when it became plain that huge losses have been incurred by the government ‘development fund’ 1MDB, and that money has been siphoned out into the accounts of private individuals such as Jho Low and to bail out politically connected concerns such as the Taib family’s UBG bank.
It was also the week when news of the PM’s outrageously extravagant celebrations for his daughter’s wedding became widespread.
Demonstrators also hit the streets yesterday, May 1st, to protest against these matters and the imposition of the new GST tax, which will hit the poorest in Malaysia.

Civil Servants Under Pressure

This is not the only development to put civil servants under pressure say insiders from the service.
Edict sent out in the week of PM's lavish wedding celebrations for his daughter
Edict sent out in the week of PM’s lavish wedding celebrations for his daughter
Sarawak Report has been told that those in posts involving sensitive information are now being forced to repeatedly sign the Official Secrets Act, not once but every year and with an additional clause, which extends the period of secrecy after retirement.
What is there that is so important to hide and does it include this new information that the government is not hiring any new personnel?
If so, what more significant sign that the government is seeking to conceal a financial crisis at a time when the population at large is responding in fury to new taxes and evidence of profligacy by the country’s leadership?

Saturday, May 2, 2015

PDRM legalizing crime by helping criminals


FACE OF A GST PROTESTER.

FACE OF A SEDITIOUS MAN.
FACE OF A CRIMINAL.

FACE OF A MURDERER.

FACE OF A SCUMBAG.

FACES OF CRIMINAL-IN-LAW WANTED BY INTERPOL.

WHAT IS WRONG IN PROTESTING AGAINST GST?
IS IT A CRIME?
WHAT IS THE PRIORITY OF PDRM?
TO CATCH CRIMINALS OR PROTESTERS?