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Saturday, July 21, 2012

By UMNO's definition, Desi is a Communist for 5OFse7en dies a weAk!

Since Dr Mahathir Mohamads days, socilaists have been branded by UMNOrites or lefts as "Commiie", especially when he dared not face-off the group promoting some 100 appeals from the Chinese community under the banner of SUQIU. (Suqiu is Mandaria is Appeals:). In fact, UMNO youth under his tacit agreement -- he did not order the PDRM to stop these thugs! -- went in thousands to march to the KLSCAH building which then housed the Suyqiu headquarters to "burn down" the office for daring to call on the BN government to respond to what had been "percieved" as reasonable demands, and even then MCA chief mostly agreed with.

Now, the easiest route to frighten the "Malay" community to rise up to support UMNO's outmoded "Ketuanan Melayu" bogey is to label any protestors as "Communist" -- yes, Mahathir did that to Suqiu; now the imitaing Najib adminstration also are doing to to the Bersih3.0 campaign, in cahoots with the ever-obliging PDRM.

With the impending GE13, Najib Tun Razak with the ghost of Altantuya disturbing hgis nightly sleep, is also resorting to Mahathirian tactics. Cry "Commi!" often enough, and the l;abel sticks, like Rumours in Malaysia usually transforming into Reality shows. So the Parti Rakyat Malaysia and before that the Socialist Front suffered a demise under Mahathir's "commie charges" without any justification. But for UMNO's, survival you don't need any justification!

AND WHY DESI"S CONfession he's 5 of 7 X100percent a Commie?

Because I have always maintained I'm a socialist on weeakdays (Five, if you don't know how to count! ~~ Mondae, Tuesday, wedNURSEdae, Thursday and Fridie!) and I'm a real Kapitalist on the WICKEDend comprising Ms Saturdie and Sundie when I help myself to pork chop, sizzling lamp and bif stick at Hawaii in Seremban, or at five-star hpotels in PJ/KL aweways as a "guest" of other well-paid media or diplomatic friends!:)

Hence, if UMNO kakis say YL is a socialist mostly, and therefore is a Commie, who's Desi to protest?

If you don't hear/here from me over sext month or so, try contacting mGf DPP or Wong SC of the Securities  line; you don't know their umbers? Don't worry, ArSeK the SB!:( -- YL, Desi, knottyaSsusual:) or :(

PS: NOW BRe A GOoD BOY> surf to:

PR leaders react to 'communists/extremists' claim

Harakahdaily,20 July 2012
Jul 20: Pakatan Rakyat leaders took turns to pour scorn on the police over a claim that 'terrorists' and 'communists' would be fielded as candidates to represent the coalition in the coming polls.

The allegation was made by Bukit Aman Social Extremist Division chief assistant director Mohd Sofian Md Makinuddin, who among others cited that leaders from the Socialist Party of Malaysia and Parti Keadilan Rakyat had been frequenting Bangkok and southern Thailand to attend "secret meetings with former leaders of the Malayan Communist Party".

He further claimed that elements of communists and Jemaah Islamiyah, the group blamed for terror bombings in the region as well as accused of being linked with Al-Qaeda, had attempted to infiltrate PAS and DAP.

Sofian's statement was immediately rubbished by DAP leader Lim Kit Siang as a "cock and bull story", saying prime minister Najib Razak and Home minister Hishamuddin Hussein had allowed Special Branch "scraping the bottom of the barrel".

"With the resurrection of the Islamist terrorist and communist bogeys infiltrating the Pakatan Rakyat parties, is the stage being set for a special operation against the Pakatan Rakyat parties to remove the democratic and legitimate threat posed by Pakatan Rakyat to continued UMNO/Barisan Nasional hold on federal power in the 13th general election?" he asked.

PAS vice president Salahuddin Ayub meanwhile demanded Sofian to show proof of his claims.

“Such statements are issued with elections around the corner to confuse the people, it is sinister,” he was quoted as saying, but added that he was not surprised with such "old tactics" being repeated by the authorities.

PKR communication director Nik Nazmi Nik Ahmad said the police should name the individuals concerned.

“This is BN’s tactic to use the police for such statements when election is around the corner. The people know,” he said.

PAS Central Committee member Idris Ahmad meanwhile questioned the wisdom behind going public with such revelations.

"Which module is the police force subscribing? This is such a big thing yet they chose to first make it public before taking action?" he asked.


UPDATEd @11.00PM -- see how commie Desi works for ye, my wickedend ER!? -- from the Malaysian Insider:)~~~~~

Pakatan: We don’t harbour terrorists, communists

July 21, 2012
KUALA LUMPUR, July 21 — Pakatan Rakyat (PR) has issued a strong denial against claims from the police Special Branch unit that terrorists and former communists have infiltrated their parties, saying instead that the allegation was aimed at boosting Barisan Nasional's (BN) chances in the coming polls.
Expressing shock at the startling allegation, PR lawmakers griped that the intelligence unit, tasked with collating information to protect Malaysia from perceived threats of subversion, "works for Umno".
They pointed out that this likely meant that the accusation was made with the hope of instilling fear among pro-opposition Malaysians ahead of a general election that must be held soon.
"The SB's (Special Branch) duties are merely to create fear among Malaysians so that Umno-BN can win the election," PAS deputy president Mohamad Sabu (picture) told The Malaysian Insider via SMS last night.
"The SB works for Umno. If communist or JI (Jemaah Islamiah) elements wanted an armed revolt, they would not use the election as their platform," he added.
Special Branch chief assistant director of the E2(M) national social extremist threat division Mohd Sofian Md Makinuddin was quoted by national news agency Bernama on Thursday as claiming that JI elements were trying to infiltrate PAS while the communist elements were trying to infiltrate the DAP.
DAP national publicity secretary Tony Pua denied the allegation against his party and accused Umno instead for being more in contact with the communists.
"As a matter of fact, Umno has had more interaction with the Chinese Communist Party than any PR parties with regular youth exchanges.
"Is Umno infiltrated by communist sympathisers?" he asked.
Umno Youth chief Khairy Jamaluddin had once established a direct formal relationship with the Communist Youth League of China
"The SB is showing its political hand to serve its BN masters and are trying desperately to justify their existence and perpetuate BN control over the masses," Pua continued via Blackberry Messenger to The Malaysian Insider today.
PKR communication director Nik Nazmi Nik Ahmad agreed with his party allies, adding that the allegation was proof that the Special Branch unit has been involving itself in politics.
He challenged Mohd Sofian, his superiors in Bukit Aman and the Home Ministry to prove the claims by naming the specific individuals linked to JI or communism in PR's parties.
"Their statement reeks of the Cold War mentality," he said when asked to comment yesterday. "These accusations of communist and Islamist infiltrators have no place in a mature, 21st century society. "
In Thursday's Bernama report, Mohd Sofian had said that several leaders from PKR and Socialist Party of Malaysia (PSM), a PR-friendly opposition party, are believed to have attended "secret meetings" with former Malayan Communist Party leaders in Bangkok and southern Thailand.
“The effect is new political ideas which have the potential of threatening the nation’s core values have spread.
"The movement receives support from foreign non-governmental organisations (NGOs) which assist in terms of finance, training locally and abroad as well as exposure to specific expertise in facing the general election,” he was quoted as saying.
Mohd Sofian added that the movement’s aim was to create local NGOs which would always be hostile to the government and create chaos to weaken the ruling government.
“In this matter, we worry that the opposition parties and NGOs play up controversial issues to stir hatred among the public towards the government by the time the elections come.
“Or (it’s) to increase demonstrations and incidents which can divert police attention... demonstrations will continue to be a trend in our country,” he said.

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