Posts tagged ‘Putrajaya’

March 6, 2013

Putrajaya Calls The Actions of Invaders as Terroristic, They Are Not Terrorists

First, the IGP now calls them the enemies (read here). And The Malaysian Insider reported that our Foreign Minister, Anifah Aman, now calls them terrorists (read here).

“Secretary Rosario agreed that this group should be labelled as terrorists,” Foreign Minister Datuk Seri Anifah Aman said in a statement today.

If you have been following the chronology (read here), this declaration has taken way too long. Only they know why because had this been done much earlier, like 20 days ago, we may have had a different outcome.

Unfortunately, a totally different view was presented by ABS-CBN News in the Philippines saying that the TMI report was taken out of context and that the acts were considered terroristic but the intruders are not terrorists (read here).

In Semporna, there were alleged acts of terrorism. As reported by the Malaysian Foreign Minister, after the police forces were lured into an ambush and killed, their bodies were brutally mutilated and desecrated. If indeed these atrocities were committed as reported to him, the Secretary and the Foreign Minister both agreed that these were, at the very least, terroristic acts.

Now that the Army and Air Force have come into the picture together with the Police, there is now a lot more firepower to deal with the situation appropriately.

It is a joke that the invaders call the Malaysian response “an overkill” (read here) as reported by the Philippines Inquirer. When they come to Malaysia covertly with arms and the intent to cause harm regardless what claims they may have, this illegal action must be dealt with in the most severe manner. What more now that 8 Malaysians have died in the process? It is 8 lives too many to sacrifice.

What our Government calls these invaders have serious consequences.

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May 28, 2012

One Million Youths at Putrajaya

Najib was hoping to regain public appearance of support and wipe off the dismal Umno gathering at Bukit Jalil against the backdrop of over 200,000 Malaysians at the recent Bersih 3.0 Sit-In Protest. And surely a carnival party he did throw.

Bernama reported an obviously inflated two million youths during the the five day event which ended last night. It was a much needed rousing support that Najib needed to show that BN and Umno remains strong.

Tearing the hype aside, school children made up of most of the crowd and getting out to a carnival at the end of a school term out of class seems fabulous to most kids. The number of events held ensured that there were enough entertainment to spread around so that none of them will get bored. A bad show by the drag race saw an accident that warded four spectators with seventeen others hurt leading to a cancellation of that event.

So, regardless of how the TV showed the spirit of Najib smothering the crowd, there appeared to be no comparison to the Umno rally nor the Bersih Protest.

Few questions that can be honestly asked.

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