Thursday, 5 February 2009


“Keeping in mind that this is not a conventional situation of a no-confidence vote,
that this is a crossing over, and that two seats are in dispute,
the question whether the Sultan can direct the resignation of the MB or otherwise
does not arise because respectfully, he does not have the power to do so”

“A vote of no-confidence can only be taken by people who are legitimately entitled to vote, meaning people who are still assemblymen,” he clarified.

“As such, the legal basis of the Sultan’s directive may not be found,”

- Malik Imtiaz Sarwar


"A shameful scene is unfolding in Perak.

Let me follow up on what I said earlier about the status of the Chief Minister.The Constitution is the highest law of the land. It is the foundation and source of legal authority, and the Rulers are sworn to protect and uphold it.

Acording to the Constitution, Dato’ Seri Nizar Jamaluddin is Menteri Besar until he resigns of his own accord, or is removed by a vote of no-confidence in a formal sitting of the assembly.

The Constitution makes no provision for his removal by any other means, including by petitions or instructions from any other authority."

- Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah, Veteran
The Faces of
Constitutional Subversion
& Shamelessness

And The Leadership of Shame in Perak definitely looks like a good
representation of the Umno "Malay" Leadership .... .

(profile below is from StarOnline)
ADUN: Pangkor

Name: Zambry Abdul Kadir
Party: Umno
Age: 46
Marital status: Married
Number of children: Five children
Party position: Lumut Umno division chief


Degree in Economics from IIUM,
Masters of Philosophy from IIUM,
Masters in Philosophy & Comparative Religion and PhD in Political Thought & Economy from Temple University, Philadelphia. (I say, wow!! - that was a mouthful ...)


CEO of various think tanks, board member of several companies and fulltime politician

Contact: 05-6913012 (Lumut Umno service centre),

05-6852117 (Pangkor Umno service centre)

No Dissolution of Perak Assembly! Nizar told to Quit! Impending Emergency??

This is so "cool" ....
we now have a mercenary
B ... Perak government!!

Long Live Soldiers of Fortune!!

Malaysia Boleh!!

We do not know what His Majesty's reasons are, but we shall abide (at least I would).
This is a challenge to the people's mandate, though .... as those who crossed over did it against the will of their electorate, and hence, have no moral justification to hold their seats.
No matter what His Majesty's reasons may be, it actually worsens the political climate in the country. It has been a divisive decision.
It has created plenty of "bad blood" between the people and the BN hierarchy which holds the Federal Government which disregards Democracy, by abusing the office of the Election Commission.

Anyway, I'm just waiting to see how they gonna handle it when push comes to shove".
The trend in the past was for Emergency to be declared in states where the "hard-up" want to "piratize" and "privatize" the Government into "fiefdoms".

Some enactments that have yet to be repealed, is a testimony to this ......

Allow a Mercenary Govt, despite its Apparent Strength?

"God grant me the serenity
to accept the things I cannot change;

courage to change the things I can;

and wisdom to know the difference. "


In his book "Constitutional Monarchy, Rule of Law and Good Governance" (2004),
the former Lord President wrote:
"Under normal circumstances,
it is taken for granted that the Yang di-Pertuan Agong
would not withhold his consent to a request for dissolution of parliament.
His role is purely formal."

On 8-3-2008, the rakyat decided unanimously that they did not want a BN Government in Perak. Although "legally speaking", they voted for individuals, they did not vote for individuals per se - because these individuals were practically unknown to them. They were voted in simply for one reason - they wanted BN out, and they wanted a Pakatan Rakyat Govt.

Moreover, these individuals stood on the platform of good governance (on a Party banner) that opposed the subversive tactics of certain other parties. These deserters hence, have lost all remnants of legitimacy they might have had when their allegiance to the ideals of Pakatan Rakyat was put to doubt, when they denied their association with their supposed nemeses.
These traitors have now turned their backs on His Majesty's Government, after taking an OATH of LOYALTY.

Now, "Somebody" (withe help of these traitors/mercenaries to His Majesty's Government) wants to install an illegitimate government which consists of political mercenaries, which may subject the people of Perak to "retribution" for rejecting them in the first place.
"Somebody" is attempting to show that he can be ruthless, shameless and that he dares to disregard public opinion and voter sentiment in search of legitimacy & power.

Najib is apparently in Audience with HM Sultan Azlan Shah, who was our Lord President prior to becoming the Sultan of Perak. Despite his claims that there was no money involved, we are all aware how hollow his credibility is, after the numerous "events" that were linked to him.

My humble Apologies for not using court language - I plead that you make your decision taking into consideration the feelings and opinions of your subjects, as your legacy and the future of the nation will depend on your wisdom.

Let us Pray and Hope that God grants His Majesty the Wisdom and Courage,
to defend a nation in Distress, and the State/ People of Perak -
from "Soldiers of Fortune", Pirates and Political Prostitution.

  • The Star- Newsflash (12:30pm)
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