Subject: The voters will decide if Federal Court can ignore the Constitution
The Federal Court had unanimously declared that the Sultan or Head of
State has the absolute right to declare the majority of confidence in
a secret meeting devoid of any witnesses from all parties concerned,
contrary to the constitutional requirement that it be determined via a
vote of confidence at Assemblies.
Let us see if the majority of voters agree to this practise. After
all, the fate of Malaysia is up to the voters.
I shudder at the thoughts of all the recent Federal Court Judgements.
Anwar's fate is in jeorpardy but BN is confident of convicting him.
Malaysians should know that Anwar is not the issue. There are many
other leaders who are willing to fight for justice. Nizar is an
excellent example. In fact Nizar is an ever better candidate than
Anwar. A technically competent Professional Engineer who can speak
Mandarin and Tamil, as well as Malay and English fluently. He is much
better qualified to lead Malaysia into a Technologically Advanced Era
than even Anwar.
I admire Nizar and Anwar for fighting for justice in a peaceful way,
despite knowing in advance all the possible judgements that the
Federal Court will make. We have to fight it all the way to the
Federal Court to show to the voters and the world, how our judgments
and sense of justice really is.
Imagine in the case of Saiful vs Anwar.
A much younger person can be forced to commit anal sex with a much
older person, who is still suffering from back pain. I wonder if
Anwar's penis can still be made hard enough to penetrate the anus of a
much younger man who is not experienced in anal sex.
The anus is not used to be penetrated. It must be massaged a few times
before it can be easily penetrated.
If you read accounts and precautions during anal sex, the partners
must clean their bowels first before engaging in anal sex because
faeces will remain.
As for the account from Saiful that he didn't pass motion for 2 days
after anal sex, it is just unbelieveable but he and his team is well
prepared but this is more for the voters and citizens of Malaysia, not
for the judges. I wonder why he didn't go to Hospital immedaitely. Why
should he wait for 2 days before reporting his sexual assault case?
As for Anwar offering him scholarship, surely he can get it from the
government also. If Anwar really enjoy Saiful Anwar's sex acts to the
point of forcing it to him, why offer him scholarship in the first
place? Scholarship means studying at a university, which is certainly
further away from Anwar's office.
If Anwar can force Saiful to have unlawful and disgusting sex with
Saiful, why should Anwar had to resort to giving Scholarship in order
to entice Saiful to remain with Anwar at a room next to him?
Bertarung di `mahkamah rakyat’, kata Nizar
Najib: ‘Tidak patut bangkit lagi kesahihan kerajaan Perak’
Two things we learned from the Perak fiasco — The Malaysian Insider
Anwar mahu kes Nizar dibawa ke ‘mahkamah rakyat’
Menulis semula perlembagaan — Zukri Aksah
Zambry bersyukur, tak akan terpengaruh mainan politik Pakatan
MB Perak: PAS sudah duga keputusan
Despite court ruling, battle for Perak lies ahead
Accept court’s verdict and move on, Najib tells PR
By Syed Jaymal Zahiid
PUTRAJAYA, Feb 9 — Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak told Pakatan
Rakyat (PR) to accept today’s Federal Court ruling that upheld his
Barisan Nasional (BN) coalition as the legitimate Perak government.
Najib said the verdict which found in favour of Datuk Seri Zambry Abd
Kadir was decided by the country’s top court and that its decision is
“Though those [who] lost may have a differing view of the judgment, we
have to accept the decision of the country’s highest court,” he told a
press conference here.
“The issue and saga of who is the rightful MB of Perak has been
decided and I hope they (PR) accept this decision and not question the
legitimacy of the Perak BN government,” he said, adding that he is
happy with the decision.
He said now is the time for Perak folk to concentrate on the state’s
development and refrain from partaking in “political activities
disrespectful of the decision.”
“Now is the time so I hope the voters will give Zambry a chance to
prove himself by bringing development and move Perak forward.
“Let us not go here and there demonstrating. This is the time to
concentrate on the economy,” said the prime minister.
He then continued by saying that the next general election will be the
best way to see if Perak voters are behind PR or BN.
The Court of Appeal ruled last May 22 that ousted Perak PR MB Datuk
Seri Nizar Jamaluddin had lost the confidence of the majority of the
Perak assemblymen when three PR lawmakers turned “pro-BN” independent
in early February 2009.
The apex court today concurred with the appellate court’s ruling that
Nizar must resign after failing to get the Perak Sultan to dissolve
the state assembly and pave the way for fresh elections.
But Nizar said today that the decision will set a dangerous precedent
as “it can lead to an absolute monarchy” where the Rulers “can now
dismiss the prime minister or the mentri besar at any time.”
“If this decision goes on and becomes the law of the day, it will lead
to an absolute monarchy,” Nizar said.
PR have accused Najib, who was the deputy prime minister at the time,
of being the mastermind of the Perak BN “coup”.
Until today, the prime minister has vehemently denied the accusation.