Wednesday, July 02, 2008

For the Sake of Malaysia

Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim, Parti Keadilan Rakyat, leaders of Pakatan Rakyat,

Is it even necessary? Respect the rule of law. Datuk Seri is being accused of sodomy by Saiful Bukhari. The case is being investigated by Malaysia's forensics, police force and the chamber of the Attorney General.

No one said you are guilty yet Datuk Seri. Why do we need to see massive protests and a nationwide tour to clear your name?

If that is the case, then every accused person in Malaysia will be very busy campaigning among the public to prove that they are innocent !

Sabarlah Datuk Seri. Let the police do the job. At this rate, I think if Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim walks in to a "kedai runcit" and steal a packet of sugar, no one will believe that he is actually a thief if the staff of that store lodges a report !!

Who said Datuk Seri committed the sodomy against Saiful? No one did. Only Saiful himself said Datuk Seri sodomized him. Did anyone say Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim is guilty? No. Then why is it necessary to create instability in the country with your demonstrations, protests and nationwide tour?

Well, I think Datin Seri Rosmah, Tun Dr Mahathir, Tan Sri Musa Hassan, Tan Sri Abdul Gani Patail and even Datuk Seri Abdullah Badawi should hold massive protests and demonstrations and nationwide tours against PKR and Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim for all the accusations thrown at them all these while.

Take for instance. Tun Dr Mahathir was accused of cronyism and nepotism. It all depends how you define these two terms and how you view them actually. Have we all forgotten Anwar Ibrahim was said to be placing many of his supporters in strategic jobs in Government linked agencies like Group Editors of the mainstream media in 1998?

I believe Anwar slammed and criticised Tun on many accounts, issues and policies. If that is the case, Tun will be very busy holding massive protests against Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim week in week out !

Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim. You have succeeded in grabbing the whole international community's attention on you. Even your friends in US are already saying you are innocent and officially interfered with Malaysia' internal affairs.

Is there a need to hold protests and nationwide tours? Where is the law? You have not even been thoroughly investigated and seems like US and PKR thinks you are innocent and framed. The law says a person is innocent until proven guilty. So let the police go ahead with their investigations.

Malaysian authorities will not dare play a fool, I strongly believe this. The eyes of Malaysians and the international community are watching like hawk eyes on this sodomy case.

KLCI fell 21.13 points today. I cannot say the fall in the Composite Index today is entirely because of Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim's case. A look at our neighbour, Thailand, also shows that their stocks went South by 8.58 points. Partially though, the fall in KLCI was linked to the sodomy case and the expectations of political instability.

I expect KLCI to fall even more with the organized and planned nationwide tour as well as the massive protests coming up beginning this Sunday in Petaling Jaya by Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim.

Pakatan Rakyat must remember. It is not all about Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim. It is about good governance, leadership, and service to the people. The rakyat wants stability. There is absolutely no need for him to go out and create unrest among the people.

Do you know how much losses our economy will suffer because of this? I believe after posting this, many of you will start saying that you dont have confidence in the police, in the judiciary etc etc.

Enough is enough. The Government and the rakyat knows. It is not the whole judiciary system that is rotten. It is not the whole police force that is rotten. Just because of a few bad apples doesnt mean I have to throw the whole basket of fruits away, you know?

People still approach the police force and the Courts for justice and security. Yes of course the system might not be perfect. That is why the voters voted for the Opposition with the tsunami. However, I strongly believe lobbying is not a crime. We all lobby for jobs, favours.

Look at PKR. Dont tell me the appointments in the Pakatan Rakyat states and their component parties do not involve an ounce of lobbying. Lobbying exists anywhere in the world, even in families. We must not forget that the Constitution allows the Executive led by the Prime Minister of Malaysia to appoint judges.

If that is what you think is rotten, then amend the Constitution and the portfolio of the Prime Minister of Malaysia. Table a motion on that. Don't go around singing the tune "Judiciary is rotten... police force sucks". That is wrong.

Pakatan Rakyat must look at the bigger issue of political stability, for the people, for the country and for the economy. For the sake of Malaysia. Not Anwar Ibrahim. No one should politicise Anwar Ibrahim's case - be it Pakatan Rakyat or Barisan Nasional. It is a case of an individual lodging a sodomy report against another individual.

Please. Stability of the country is very important. Are we turn ourselves into a country like Thailand or Indonesia? The decision is yours.


URGENT
I read at Rockybru about YB Zulkifi Noodin's posting that PKR received information including reports from the Intelligence Unit from a neighbouring country that there is an attempt to assasinate DSAI and that several hired killers have been brought into the country recently.

I hope the Government of Malaysia can look into this matter. First of all, why is the Intelligence Unit of another country feeding DSAI with information? Secondly, there might be foreign agents planted as moles in our Government.

Finally, for the safety of our Yang diPertuan Agong, royal families, Ministers, Opposition leaders and all Malaysians, I hope the Police can quickly look into the claim about assassins who entered Malaysia. DSAI and PKR should cooperate with our Police and arrest these threats to our stability and security.

I hope to see peace, harmony and stability restored in Malaysia as soon as possible. I do not want to see my country crushed and damaged.

1 comment:

anonymousofmalaysia said...

Recently, I'm kinda tired of these political dramas...