Saturday, May 24, 2008

THE RULE OF LAW

Malaysia is a country which practices the rule of law. Our laws must cover every aspect of our societal life, so we will know exactly what we can do and what we cannot do. Prime Ministers in particular must have everything spelt out for them in this respect. This will enable them to be charged if they had breached the rule of law long after they had retired.

Governments, serving Prime Ministers and Ministers are well placed to initiate action against others. But when the Government, the Prime Minister, the Deputy Prime Minister do something wrong, like cover-ups for example, then police reports may be made against them. But how can the person reporting be sure that the police will investigate without fear or favour.

I believe some reports have been made but so far there have been no results. Public confidence would be undermined if investigations by the proper authorities are not made. If the investigation is only to clear the name, then can we say the rule of law is being properly practised?

We therefore need to have more Royal Commissions manned by people of impeccable character like the ones on the Lingam tapes. The Commissions can then make proposals based on speculations and possibilities can then investigate the possibilities and probabilities and help clear those in power. When this is done we can say that this beloved country practises the rule of law.

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Charlsen said...

Support you always Tun..

Joe said...

Dear Good Sir,

I've had exactly the same nagging issues during your tenure.

Ezri KL.

maizasna said...

Assalamualaikum Tun, kami sokong Tun. :)

ASHAR said...

TUN,

I always support you


salam perantau

-ashar-8;23
Angkatan Lancang Kuning Nusantara
ashar_abdullah@yahoo.com

Charlsen said...

Just heard that deputy Prime Minister said that petrol gonna raise soon.. Maybe next month raise more RM0.30 when we go to petrol station to pump our car.. Always said there's inflation they have no choice!!

I wonder when Tun become Prime Minister izzit whole world didnt inflation?!!

A weak leader will consequences a weak country unable to manage country well..

Compare with Tun Mahathir Pak Lah really very weak.. Only know sleeping, then Tun very hardworking there to save us and our country..

We all can see Tun always update your Blog!!! keep it up Tun..

We are supporting you..

capt azam said...

Berhenti kritik Mahathir, pujuk beliau kembali kepada UMNO, kata Shahidan
24/05/2008 6:37pm


JITRA 24 Mei — Pengerusi Badan Perhubungan UMNO Perlis, Datuk Seri Shahidan Kassim meminta anggota parti itu berhenti daripada terus mengutuk serta mengkritik Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohamad ekoran tindakannya keluar parti.

Beliau berkata, tindakan sesetengah ahli UMNO seperti bekas Timbalan Perdana Menteri, Tun Musa Hitam dan Ketua Pergerakan Wanita UMNO, Datuk Seri Rafidah Aziz yang menyelar bekas Perdana Menteri itu tidak akan membawa sebarang faedah kepada UMNO, sebaliknya akan mengusutkan lagi keadaan.

"Siapa Musa Hitam untuk kutuk Tun, begitu juga dengan Rafidah, saya harap mereka akan lebih bertanggungjawab dalam mengeluarkan kenyataan berhubung isu ini,” katanya ketika ditemui pada majlis gotong-royong memperbaiki rumah penduduk miskin di Kampung Charok Bendang di sini hari ini.

Beliau berkata apa yang perlu dilakukan sekarang ialah memujuk Dr. Mahathir supaya kembali menyertai UMNO dan mengadakan perbincangan dengan anggota parti bagi menyelesaikan isu itu dengan baik.

Selain itu, Shahidan juga mengingatkan orang luar supaya tidak mencampuri urusan dalaman UMNO kerana beliau percaya parti itu mempunyai cara tersendiri untuk menyelesaikan sebarang masalah yang timbul. - Bernama

MASIH RAMAI YG SAYANG TUN

Ratti said...

I disagree with your comment above that the rule of law should be there to govern ALL aspects of peoples lives. The rule of law is a set of codes which allow society to act in an organize and fair fashion. It should not be used to rule over people, that is tyranny! People should be allowed a certain amount of free expression and free choice set within these rules of law. As for the Malaysian rule of law, the problem as with so many other things in the country is not so much the rules but enforcement. And unfortunately, until we adopt a culture of transparency, meritrocacy and integrity, all these rules would just remain a pointless exercise in fultility.

POK KAM said...

Assalamualaikum Tun,

Well said and you have my full support.

Nazirul Hazim said...

Always with you,Tun..

aizzul said...

Salam Tun M,

Semoga ayah Tun M sentiasa sihat dan dirahmati Allah.

Saya akan sentiasa menyokong Tun.

Jaga diri dan kesihatan Tun.

hafiz said...

kami ahli-ahli UMNO yang masih ahli UMNO tetap bersama Tun,
walaupun kami tidak keluar kami tetap tentang dari dalam

hidup TUN

Jeffry said...

Assalamualaikum Tun, support you always

Asrulfaizy Helmi said...

Law should govern human..
therefore all human are equal under the law.


http://nocturnal86.blogspot.com

Nazirul Hazim said...

Dear Tun,

I really appreciate that you write often in your blog. For me, they're like gold. A blog from Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad. Personal writings of Tun Dr Mahathir directly to the people. Daily. It seriously doesn't get better than that.

You can still change the world, Tun.
I believe in you.

Charlsen said...

Thats why we need a clean government.. I dont think that PDRM and ACA will really dare take authority against to our country number 1 and 2 influences man except in Tun Mahathir times catch Datuk Seri Anwar put him in jail plus a "mata lebam"..

Really sad nowadays Police they really think they is Raja to all citizen bcos their name got a diraja there.. But when if there is influences man in country involved in crime if without the approve of theor head then all report only will be delay.. Scared later turun pangkat takde ketua polis atau timbalan utk jadi maka rugilah..

Same situation also in UMNO..

noor faiza said...

Way to go Tun and syabas Matthias Chang. Berani kerana benar!

Tun, Pulau Batu Putih macamana Tun?
Media 'spin' perdana buat macam cerita tu dah basi.

TV3 hanya start coverage pasal Pulau Batu Putih jam 8.35pm tadi.

Bumi dipijak milik orang.

Salam

Pemuda Umno Taiping said...

Ketua Pemuda UMNO PERAK Lebek, macam AAB dan menjadi keldai tunggangan Khairi Jamaluddin.

Pemuda UMNO Taiping Akan Sentiasa Bersama TUN dan Mukhriz!

sabahme said...

I agree with u Tun, I have personal experience when i made a report against an officer. Instead my family n I were jeapordised a better living n was treatened. I accepted the challenge coz I truly believe in ALLAH swt n we were never miss a plate of halal food though they tried.

Will always support u n pray for ur success in educating us rakyat with a more critical thinking rather lateral as expected by present leaders.

GT said...

Dear Tun,
U are the PM throughout my tenure as a student from primary school to secondary school. My grandfather used to talk politics with my uncles when i played in front of them. I am working now, and i felt that u are the most accomplished leader of this country called Malaysia.

Dian said...

Dearest Tun,

Yet another thoughtful post, although I hoped that you could write more about this issue on the 'Rule of Law'.

To be honest, i have lost all confidence in the government and those who are there to enforce the law. It seems that we are moving backwards i.e. back to the 'Rule by Law' system - authoritative, autocratic where those who govern are above the law...a situation exacerbated by the incompetence of law enforcers who seem to serve the government and not the people.

It's frustrating for me and I'm sure even more so for you, having built Malaysia for over 2 decades only to see things slowly crumbling.

Keep writing Tun!

Best,
Dian

Marc said...

assallamua'alaikum,

well agreed, tun.

GT said...

....the police will investigate without fear or favour???

If we are heading this direction, i won't be surprised an external third party will be policing us, bcoz all local police are corrupted in their duty.

Banana said...

I wish Tun can touch on Petrol prise issue. If our country is net exporter of oil, we are very very happy to see the oil price going up instead of look at our leaders now, they so worry. Just ask them a question, you prefer oil up or down as we are the net exporter?

Our revenue from oil increase even though we maintain our petrol at RM1.10 per liter.
I just don,t understand unless the goverment sell the oil at USD80.00 or lower and the goverment has to subsidised the petrol based on the current price which is USD134.00. I hope Tun can enlighten me/us as Tun was a in goverment before.

Thank you

pakbelalang said...

Dear Tun,

I think not everbody understands the definition of the rule of law. I manage to find an article below wihich I extracted from the internet, Maybe this might help some of us to refresh what really the rule of law is all about:-

The 'Rule of Law'

by Bill Ross

The precise legal definition of “the rule of law” seems to have been “misplaced” by our “guardians of civilization” and lost in history. Current judges state: “I am the law,” implying that they are the beginning and end of authority, residing in their eminently trustworthy and infallible persons. Enough information is now available to re-construct the “rule of law” from the evidence.

Judges make the claim that they do what they do under authority of the “rule of law.” This means that judges admit that “the rule of law” actually exists and further admit they will not tell us what it is, by my lengthy and colossal failure to find a written and legally binding definition of the “rule of law” anywhere.

Judges further claim that their role is to serve as “guardians of civilization,” under the “rule of law” which means the law must have some measurable purpose and effect besides fattening the bank accounts of legal “professionals.”

The “rule of law,” by its very words implies that it is intended to replace or at least control the power of rulers and all of the problems associated with arbitrary rulers and the conflict of competition for the position of “ruler.” It also implies that it is not a mere replacement of rulers by another ruler class called “Judge,” since this is just a name change and solves no problems. If it means that the law is supreme and Judges are mere interpreters, this is just a shifting of arbitrary rule to those who make the laws. Even if the lawmakers are elected representatives of the people, this still does not solve the problem of the majority enslaving the productive, oppressing minorities and collapsing civilization. Therefore, the rule of law cannot be a mere shifting of power to any one group, including the majority, since this solves none of mankind’s organizational problems. The “rule of law” must be something different.

Given the fact that those who wield force under color of law are by definition numerically inferior (but better armed with weapons we have provided to them) to those who must tolerate their actions, the “rule of law,” to be useful must have some advantage able to achieve voluntary consent from a broad base of individuals who would otherwise organize to overthrow it like any other oppressive ruler throughout history.

To guard civilization, we must know what civilization actually is. We must know what is required for civilization to function. We must know what civilization should be guarded from. We need to know how success in protecting civilization can be measured.

Civilization is about the way mankind is organized. Since the organization of man is about individuals and groups interacting, we must consider the goals and motivations of the components in order to consider their organization. This is because there is no force in the universe able to enslave man by imposing an organization contrary to free choice. The definition of organization is: “the set of capabilities and boundaries of the parts and the rules governing relationships between the parts.”

The greatest threat to civilization is from the competition of individuals and groups trying to achieve dominance over other individuals and groups. This results in total conflict and the collapse of social organization, placing collective survival at risk. Thus, the purpose of “the rule of law” is to reduce conflict. We must understand what creates conflict in order to reduce it. The absence of conflict is peace and cooperation. Therefore civilization and the “rule of law” is about the rules by which we live in peace and cooperate with each other by the minimization of conflict.

The “rule of law” cannot leave any particular group in charge, since this group would ultimately enslave all others, as proven by historical experience. Since control of the law cannot be entrusted to some, it must be entrusted to all. Therefore, the “rule of law” must be a simple philosophical statement of what is justice and not justice easily understood and agreed to by all men. This allows all to see that the law is fair and ensure that justice is done, to guard against injustice. If all have fairness and justice, no honest man will desire conflict. The “rule of law” must also be the glue that ties all of mankind together in common interest, for mutual survival. Since this is the purpose of “the rule of law,” it must also be a moral statement that mankind’s overall survival is more important than some natural rights of inherently free men. Given that man’s second highest goal is freedom, the “rule of law” must limit freedom as little as possible, sufficient only to reduce conflict. If this were not the case, conflict would occur in pursuit of freedom.

The defining characteristic of any individual or group is the need to survive. To do so, goals must be achieved. In the seeking of any goal, there are only three possibilities. You can steal by force or fraud or you can trade value for value. There are no other possibilities. Since conflict is a consequence of forceful and fraudulent methods of goal seeking, these methods must be suppressed by law. These methods create conflict because they interfere with the survival of the victims, causing a defensive response. The only peaceful means of goal seeking is thus by mutually agreed trade.

To encourage mutually agreed trade, it must be un-coerced and people must be able to keep the fruits of their labors, or why bother? Trade reduces conflict further by virtue of the parties becoming interdependent and thus having an interest in mutual survival. Peaceful trade requires the law to treat all equally and property rights must be absolute.

The above conflict minimization and goal-seeking considerations results in a precise definition of “the rule of law”:

- “the suppression of forceful and fraudulent methods of goal seeking”

- “all are treated equally by the law.” This means ALL, including king and judges

- “absolute property rights”

Note that I use equality in the mathematical sense “in all dimensions.” The meaning of the key words have been obscured by an assault on language, to destroy the precision required for truth.

The above “rule of law” is what governments, judges and the legal profession have been hiding from us for centuries, while they and their cronies feed off of the conflict and human misery created by their illegal acts and divisive political philosophies. Mankind has long had this knowledge to create a better world for all and it is suppressed, for the profit of some. This suppression of truth is the greatest crime against humanity ever committed. It is an unthinkably evil crime. The unbelievable degree of evil and malice against mankind of this crime is the greatest defense of the perpetrators. These groups hypocritically claim to be acting in mankind’s interest. Unchecked, these crimes will drive mankind to extinction by war, civilizations or ecological collapse. Do not expect the legal profession to judge itself guilty in this or any other matter.

The “rule of law” is the highest law of mankind. All other laws are subservient and cannot contradict the “rule of law.” All laws contradicting this including constitutional are an offense to mankind’s collective survival and must be fought and destroyed. This most basic of laws is the highest intellectual achievement of mankind, the result of objective consideration of mankind’s goals, nature, environment, history and survival by the greatest and most objective minds mankind has yet produced. The “rule of law” is a profound truth which allows the most dangerous predator on the planet to live together in peace and harmony, cooperating for mutual self-interest and progress.

The above definition of the “rule of law” is fully consistent with what governments, judges and the legal profession pretend to be guided (but not bound) by. The fact that government and judges do not consider themselves bound by the “rule of law” allows them to remain in control, creating plausible “necessity,” “complexity” or “technicalities” of why they and their cronies are special and above the law, free to suck the life out of their fellow men. This allows them to keep all of us fighting each other by refusing true equality and tricking us into blaming and killing each other. They make us slaves to their will by denying our property rights and threatening seizure. This allows them to promise our productivity to others who refuse to choose personal responsibility or accept the consequences of this decision, buying political support at our expense and placing incompetents in democratic control. The chaos of usurped democracy provides confusion and cover while our civilization is looted and destroyed, for the benefit of the unscrupulous.

For their grand finale, they are steering civilization to a worldwide conflagration of war that can never, ever end until the human race is extinct. This is for the simple reason that we have been duped into thinking our survival depends on someone else’s exploitation. Our victims have responded by becoming what some call terrorist and I call freedom fighter. When justice is denied, conflict is the only survival option.

The absence of the “rule of law” also prevents serious international cooperation in the critical areas of pollution, global warming, renewable energy, economics and poverty. The most crucial foundation of civilization has been stolen and removed. As a consequence, civilization is toppling.

The “rule of law” is simple and unambiguous, making justice a simple matter with no special exemptions for anyone. Simply put, if any individual or group acts in a manner that creates conflict, then they are guilty and offend all of mankind. Any issue can easily be resolved by process of elimination. If it is not an honest, mutually agreed trade, then it is theft or fraud by definition. Since all are subject to this law, governments must also earn their keep and deal with each other and us in a non-conflictual manner. They will not do this willingly.

There is not a single problem of humanity that is not in some way related to the current and historical suppression of the “rule of law.” The fact that the powers that be claim it as a pretext and the sophisticated methods by which they create and profit from conflict is sufficient proof that they understand the behavioral principles involved and their peril if the “rule of law” ever returns.

Under the “rule of law,” honest men are in charge, with a simple and precise definition of what they should be doing. Democracy will be prevented from discriminating on any basis, ending divide and conquer politics, forcing voters to consider common interest rather than advantage over others.

The “rule of law” is brilliantly simple, just and well suited to all of mankind. The fact that western democracies once had prosperity, honesty, social unity and a work ethic argues that we once had the “rule of law” to which all honest men agreed, to the detriment of criminals. The fact that these values are under concerted attack by “Social Engineers,” creating conflict by pitting viewpoint against viewpoint is proof enough of who is responsible and that they know exactly what they are doing.

The resources we illegally spend on conflict and Third World predations, if redirected into education and honest trade, could easily solve world poverty and allow us to get on with the business of collective survival. It would free innovators to solve problems rather than defending their just rewards from predators with gavels.

The answer to the implied judicial question of “I am big, I have all the power and can do whatever I please, you cannot prove me wrong and what can you do about it?” is, You have just been proven wrong. You are big and will thus fall very hard and take many with you. If you are not forced to fall, you will take all of us with you when your offenses against natural law which is also man’s law collapses the civilization on which you prey.

The entire legal profession is profoundly wrong and an enemy of mankind. Who judges the judges? We do and I have. My role in this is done by publishing the proof of these crimes against humanity. Will we let civilization continue to absorb these predations and consequences until it collapses from the accumulated weight of our follies in tolerating this?

Banana said...

.... further more Tun is a adviser of Petronas.

panglima hitam said...

Salam Tun,

Law are created by man..if one start not applying it and when preasure are made to those who wants to act on it but couldn't because everybody got to jaga their PERIUK NASI..

so how????

will see..just pray..because we malaysian is always absent minded..sekejap je dah lupa..

all this is due to greed of mankind..once people starts looking back and step on bumi yang nyata..dan sedar semula maka kehidupan akan lebih berbeza dan penuh makna..

I wish everything will be resolve penatlah TUN with all this news about videotaping and all sama je melayu,cina,india semua terlibat...

nak salahkan siapa,salahkan diri sendirilah...

May allah bless us..jangan hilang lagi satu pulau batu putih dahlah..SUK yang pandai..kata tak tuntut apa2.entahlah...

jaga diri baik2 Tun..sentiasa mengasihi dan mendoakan kesejahteraan tun dan tun siti...

shaz said...

Salam Yg Bhg Tun,

I agree with you on some points but how sure are you that if any report were to be made against the government, the Prime Minister or the Deputy Prime Minister, someone will take action on it?

Would the report be entertained by the police/authorities despite be given a no-go from the "higher" ranking officers?

We have come to know some cases that have been put aside although there's reports against it.

We have known some people who got away with things they have done against the law of the country and got away with it.

Law should be there to govern all aspects of people's lives and all type of positions and ranking. Otherwise, someone will always be above the law.

pakbelalang said...

Dear Tun,

I think not everbody understands the definition of the rule of law. I manage to find an article below which I extracted from the internet, Maybe this might help some of us to refresh what really the rule of law is all about:-

The 'Rule of Law'

by Bill Ross

The precise legal definition of “the rule of law” seems to have been “misplaced” by our “guardians of civilization” and lost in history. Current judges state: “I am the law,” implying that they are the beginning and end of authority, residing in their eminently trustworthy and infallible persons. Enough information is now available to re-construct the “rule of law” from the evidence.

Judges make the claim that they do what they do under authority of the “rule of law.” This means that judges admit that “the rule of law” actually exists and further admit they will not tell us what it is, by my lengthy and colossal failure to find a written and legally binding definition of the “rule of law” anywhere.

Judges further claim that their role is to serve as “guardians of civilization,” under the “rule of law” which means the law must have some measurable purpose and effect besides fattening the bank accounts of legal “professionals.”

The “rule of law,” by its very words implies that it is intended to replace or at least control the power of rulers and all of the problems associated with arbitrary rulers and the conflict of competition for the position of “ruler.” It also implies that it is not a mere replacement of rulers by another ruler class called “Judge,” since this is just a name change and solves no problems. If it means that the law is supreme and Judges are mere interpreters, this is just a shifting of arbitrary rule to those who make the laws. Even if the lawmakers are elected representatives of the people, this still does not solve the problem of the majority enslaving the productive, oppressing minorities and collapsing civilization. Therefore, the rule of law cannot be a mere shifting of power to any one group, including the majority, since this solves none of mankind’s organizational problems. The “rule of law” must be something different.

Given the fact that those who wield force under color of law are by definition numerically inferior (but better armed with weapons we have provided to them) to those who must tolerate their actions, the “rule of law,” to be useful must have some advantage able to achieve voluntary consent from a broad base of individuals who would otherwise organize to overthrow it like any other oppressive ruler throughout history.

To guard civilization, we must know what civilization actually is. We must know what is required for civilization to function. We must know what civilization should be guarded from. We need to know how success in protecting civilization can be measured.

Civilization is about the way mankind is organized. Since the organization of man is about individuals and groups interacting, we must consider the goals and motivations of the components in order to consider their organization. This is because there is no force in the universe able to enslave man by imposing an organization contrary to free choice. The definition of organization is: “the set of capabilities and boundaries of the parts and the rules governing relationships between the parts.”

The greatest threat to civilization is from the competition of individuals and groups trying to achieve dominance over other individuals and groups. This results in total conflict and the collapse of social organization, placing collective survival at risk. Thus, the purpose of “the rule of law” is to reduce conflict. We must understand what creates conflict in order to reduce it. The absence of conflict is peace and cooperation. Therefore civilization and the “rule of law” is about the rules by which we live in peace and cooperate with each other by the minimization of conflict.

The “rule of law” cannot leave any particular group in charge, since this group would ultimately enslave all others, as proven by historical experience. Since control of the law cannot be entrusted to some, it must be entrusted to all. Therefore, the “rule of law” must be a simple philosophical statement of what is justice and not justice easily understood and agreed to by all men. This allows all to see that the law is fair and ensure that justice is done, to guard against injustice. If all have fairness and justice, no honest man will desire conflict. The “rule of law” must also be the glue that ties all of mankind together in common interest, for mutual survival. Since this is the purpose of “the rule of law,” it must also be a moral statement that mankind’s overall survival is more important than some natural rights of inherently free men. Given that man’s second highest goal is freedom, the “rule of law” must limit freedom as little as possible, sufficient only to reduce conflict. If this were not the case, conflict would occur in pursuit of freedom.

The defining characteristic of any individual or group is the need to survive. To do so, goals must be achieved. In the seeking of any goal, there are only three possibilities. You can steal by force or fraud or you can trade value for value. There are no other possibilities. Since conflict is a consequence of forceful and fraudulent methods of goal seeking, these methods must be suppressed by law. These methods create conflict because they interfere with the survival of the victims, causing a defensive response. The only peaceful means of goal seeking is thus by mutually agreed trade.

To encourage mutually agreed trade, it must be un-coerced and people must be able to keep the fruits of their labors, or why bother? Trade reduces conflict further by virtue of the parties becoming interdependent and thus having an interest in mutual survival. Peaceful trade requires the law to treat all equally and property rights must be absolute.

The above conflict minimization and goal-seeking considerations results in a precise definition of “the rule of law”:

- “the suppression of forceful and fraudulent methods of goal seeking”

- “all are treated equally by the law.” This means ALL, including king and judges

- “absolute property rights”

Note that I use equality in the mathematical sense “in all dimensions.” The meaning of the key words have been obscured by an assault on language, to destroy the precision required for truth.

The above “rule of law” is what governments, judges and the legal profession have been hiding from us for centuries, while they and their cronies feed off of the conflict and human misery created by their illegal acts and divisive political philosophies. Mankind has long had this knowledge to create a better world for all and it is suppressed, for the profit of some. This suppression of truth is the greatest crime against humanity ever committed. It is an unthinkably evil crime. The unbelievable degree of evil and malice against mankind of this crime is the greatest defense of the perpetrators. These groups hypocritically claim to be acting in mankind’s interest. Unchecked, these crimes will drive mankind to extinction by war, civilizations or ecological collapse. Do not expect the legal profession to judge itself guilty in this or any other matter.

The “rule of law” is the highest law of mankind. All other laws are subservient and cannot contradict the “rule of law.” All laws contradicting this including constitutional are an offense to mankind’s collective survival and must be fought and destroyed. This most basic of laws is the highest intellectual achievement of mankind, the result of objective consideration of mankind’s goals, nature, environment, history and survival by the greatest and most objective minds mankind has yet produced. The “rule of law” is a profound truth which allows the most dangerous predator on the planet to live together in peace and harmony, cooperating for mutual self-interest and progress.

The above definition of the “rule of law” is fully consistent with what governments, judges and the legal profession pretend to be guided (but not bound) by. The fact that government and judges do not consider themselves bound by the “rule of law” allows them to remain in control, creating plausible “necessity,” “complexity” or “technicalities” of why they and their cronies are special and above the law, free to suck the life out of their fellow men. This allows them to keep all of us fighting each other by refusing true equality and tricking us into blaming and killing each other. They make us slaves to their will by denying our property rights and threatening seizure. This allows them to promise our productivity to others who refuse to choose personal responsibility or accept the consequences of this decision, buying political support at our expense and placing incompetents in democratic control. The chaos of usurped democracy provides confusion and cover while our civilization is looted and destroyed, for the benefit of the unscrupulous.

For their grand finale, they are steering civilization to a worldwide conflagration of war that can never, ever end until the human race is extinct. This is for the simple reason that we have been duped into thinking our survival depends on someone else’s exploitation. Our victims have responded by becoming what some call terrorist and I call freedom fighter. When justice is denied, conflict is the only survival option.

The absence of the “rule of law” also prevents serious international cooperation in the critical areas of pollution, global warming, renewable energy, economics and poverty. The most crucial foundation of civilization has been stolen and removed. As a consequence, civilization is toppling.

The “rule of law” is simple and unambiguous, making justice a simple matter with no special exemptions for anyone. Simply put, if any individual or group acts in a manner that creates conflict, then they are guilty and offend all of mankind. Any issue can easily be resolved by process of elimination. If it is not an honest, mutually agreed trade, then it is theft or fraud by definition. Since all are subject to this law, governments must also earn their keep and deal with each other and us in a non-conflictual manner. They will not do this willingly.

There is not a single problem of humanity that is not in some way related to the current and historical suppression of the “rule of law.” The fact that the powers that be claim it as a pretext and the sophisticated methods by which they create and profit from conflict is sufficient proof that they understand the behavioral principles involved and their peril if the “rule of law” ever returns.

Under the “rule of law,” honest men are in charge, with a simple and precise definition of what they should be doing. Democracy will be prevented from discriminating on any basis, ending divide and conquer politics, forcing voters to consider common interest rather than advantage over others.

The “rule of law” is brilliantly simple, just and well suited to all of mankind. The fact that western democracies once had prosperity, honesty, social unity and a work ethic argues that we once had the “rule of law” to which all honest men agreed, to the detriment of criminals. The fact that these values are under concerted attack by “Social Engineers,” creating conflict by pitting viewpoint against viewpoint is proof enough of who is responsible and that they know exactly what they are doing.

The resources we illegally spend on conflict and Third World predations, if redirected into education and honest trade, could easily solve world poverty and allow us to get on with the business of collective survival. It would free innovators to solve problems rather than defending their just rewards from predators with gavels.

The answer to the implied judicial question of “I am big, I have all the power and can do whatever I please, you cannot prove me wrong and what can you do about it?” is, You have just been proven wrong. You are big and will thus fall very hard and take many with you. If you are not forced to fall, you will take all of us with you when your offenses against natural law which is also man’s law collapses the civilization on which you prey.

The entire legal profession is profoundly wrong and an enemy of mankind. Who judges the judges? We do and I have. My role in this is done by publishing the proof of these crimes against humanity. Will we let civilization continue to absorb these predations and consequences until it collapses from the accumulated weight of our follies in tolerating this?

Hasnol Azmi said...

Public confidence is shown by the result of the election. The public has given big majority to Pak Lah in 2004 election that reflect the confidence. But 2008 election reflect the lost in confidence to Pak Lah. So why do we need to give him the support and retain him as the leader of Malaysian people.

Before election, Pak Lah told the country that Malysia will not be affected by America's declining economy turmoil but why today he talk differently as if he forgotten what he told the people.

In the name of islam hadari, he should step down because UMNO member today cannot be fooled by announcement only.

Does he know how it is like to be poor? Same goes with Anwar, talking is not believing anymore. I support you Tun, and thankful to you to open and gave all the benefit as bumiputera under the DEB and your malay delima. Those who cannot appreciate especially the minister and ex-minister that you have given them wealth and power during your tenure, may allah put them in hell. Your strategy during the year 1997-1999 to bring the country to it's stability especially against Soros and malay delima on Anwar was the best I've seen. May God bless you and your family.

yamani said...

Assalamualikum TUN

The problem with our PM PAKLAH is just becoz he thinks like "KADOK NAIK JUNJUNG".. berangan panjang.. The only solution for this is sleeping pills....

DR YK

myinc said...

When we Malaysian stick strongly to our Rukun Negara, understand and practice every and each of it. We may somehow achieve the state of stability.

* KEPERCAYAAN KEPADA TUHAN
* KESETIAAN KEPADA RAJA DAN NEGARA
* KELUHURAN PERLEMBAGAAN
* KEDAULATAN UNDANG-UNDANG

* KESOPANAN DAN KESUSILAAN

The royal commission is no longer necessary if the Rukun Negara is well practice by the people, police, government and every Malaysian.

And The Rule of Law can be practiced without fear and favour.

ilmyinc.com

Born84 said...

Salam Tun,

To improve the system which was oriented to 'fine' and 'failed' by the colonial (British and european) is not an easy job.

This system is 'fine' when it is run by good,loyal and honest leader..

But this system is 'fail' if it is run by bad,dishonest and corupted leader..

Both are oriented to create failure to other nations and political world so taht the europeans remain as dominant in practicing the rule of law...

Always support you in any ways Tun...hehe

Thanx Tun

pokok sena said...

Assalamualaikum Tun,
Teruskan perjuangan Tun..kami rakyat dan ahli akar umbi menyokong Tun.Yakin dan berharap ahli UMNO bijak membaca 'signal' rakyat pada PRU12.
Para perwakilan jalankan amanah suara rakyat jika mahu UMNO masih berkuasa pada PRU13.Tiada lagi pentingkan diri sendiri..kerana apa mereka lakukan pada Tun,akan dibalas oleh rakyat pada PRU13 dengan kekalahan teruk dan mencatatkan sejarah hitam negara angkara paklah yang cermerlang,gemilang dan terbilang dan hampir akan hilang.
Media perdana amat mengecewakan dengan laporan yang banyak memuji paklah..hanya internet sumber informasi terbaik.Tun Mahathir, anda kesayangan rakyat dan negara..teruskan perjuangan

absh said...

Dear Dr,

No one is above the law. If someone, ie. a serving prime minister, a former prime minister, a retired chief justice, a sacked deputy prime minister, a future prime minister, did anything wrong in the eyes of the law, he must be investigated and charged in the court of law if there is sufficient evidence.

He must then be allowed to defend himself for everyone is innocence until proven guilty.

On the part of the authority, they must carry out their responsibility without fear or favour when investigating any of above individual or any ordinary citizen of this country. Only then rakyat will have confidence in the judicial system of this beloved nation.

Setting up Royal Commission comprising of impeccable people is a good move, however what we saw previously, this is normally the last option to be considered by the Government. It was decided only after other commissions had failed and rakyat getting restless and impatiently wanting to see justice being served.

But it is already too late for rakyat has shown UMNO their 'super power' in the recent general election. This could be one of the reasons for UMNO worst defeat in the history of this great nation.

Royal Commission may not be necessary after all, if the authority has done, and been seen to be doing, their job with fairness, unbiased, great professionalism, without fear and favour in the first place.

To you Dr, keep on fighting for the betterment of the Malays and Malaysia.

ABSH

Hafez said...

Tun Dr. M,

Tun akan tetap menjadi idola saya,dan berjuta lagi rakyat Malaysia.Kami sayang Tun kerana jasa-jasa Tun kepada negara,agama dan bangsa.

Dan siapalah mereka-mereka itu untuk mengkritik Tun,sedangkan jasa mereka belum nampak lagi untuk negara.Dalam keadaan ekonomi dunia yang makin tidak stabil ini,apakah yang mereka lakukan untuk rakyat tidak merana.

Kami masih ingat lagi ketika zaman Tun menjadi PM,dan tatkala itu kegawatan ekonomi akibat spekulator George Soros,Tun dan rakan-rakan seperjuangan Tun (tatkala itu) berjaya menyelamatkan Malaysia dan rakyat Malaysia dari kegawatan itu.

Terima kasih Tun,saya akan terus menyokong Tun.

jx said...

Tun,

the country still need you to do the right thing...

voice said...

Instead of supporting TDM, I support JUSTICE!
Please don't blindly support a person, like what happening now in UMNO, I'm sure TDM is against this, right?

Gerard said...

you, sir tun..clearly did not believe in the rule of law during you reign..period

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Botak said...

Askum Tun,

I grew up on your era in 80s then my late father (civil servant in the Treasury, think maybe you remember him) always told me & my siblings that you a natural born leader, willing to stand up for the country, never forget the roots of Malays (always reminding the people).

I too believe the present PM should resign & they will cont. to attack you from every angle,The rakyat need your guidance Tun before the present govt goes haywire plz take care & 'Melayu takkan Hilang di Dunia'

PJ

deadpoet said...

Dear Sir,
The law is there (maybe need improvement here n there). The mechanism to uphold the law are subject to be abused. Let our situation be on the disadvantage side of law, and certain authority is within us, few phone calls, case closed.(TNT only when necessary).We can say anything if we are not in power and nothing against us. But if we have any problem and the power is ours, we will do the same.

fairulyusof said...

Dear Tun,

I agree with you. everything happend now becasue of the weak goverment who managed by DSAB.wish you in a good conditioned

silbi_manahaj said...

Tun,

It is sad to see that there is no more 'rule of law' in this country. Now, Pak Lah yang maha kuasa adopts 'rule by law'.

happy said...

dear tun,
well... nice words always been ignore...

fairulyusof said...

Dear Tun,

I admire the way you manged the country before. due to the weak goverment nowdays, too many policy will be challenged and the country and citizen wont benefits from it..
I agree with you in all sense.

Texas said...

Dear YAM Tun,

It is difficult to have rule of law when the police and the attorney general are being used by the AAB government to achieve their aims, objectives and according to their whims and fancies. What do you suggest we should do to have rule of law in Malaysia?

butterfly said...

Hidup Tun!!!

maidin said...

macha,

certainly you are not the honest or the cleanest man on earth.

you had your share of shit during your 22 years of dictatorship.

my only question is why are you such a racist?

you are of indian origin. and being a man of science you very well know that this cannot be changed genetically.

why masquarade as something that you are not?

and why all the hatred?

cheers.

just another malabari

Sheikh said...

Semakin hari semakin kurang berita dari PM kita. Adakah dia sedang membuat sesuatu.

Kata bidalan, diam diam ubi tapi rasanya seperti selalu diam diam besi.

Semasa Tun, tiap hari ada saja berita dari Tun di dada akhbar.

Takut juga rasanya bila negara yang dikatakan bagus di kalangan negara membangun tapi kekeringan berita.

Agaknya, no news is a good news.

Tun, saya tidak mahir di segi undang undang tetapi adakah ianya layak untuk masuk Suruhan Jaya di Raja.

Pertama, Video curi. Kedua setiap orang berhak berkata apa saja di dalam rumahnya.

Ketiga, boleh kah kita membuktikan dari pihak ke tiga. Siapa di hujung telefon sana.

Saya rasa LIngam mempunyai ruang yang sangat luas untuk membela diri.

Ada masanya saya fikir kerajaan membazirkan wang rakyat dengan hal yang lapuk dan remeh temeh.

nib said...

agreed with your words but how during your time?

sadle said...

Rule of law..? Very much depending on how we look at it Tun and our surroundings..like u said..melayu mudah lupa..:-)

warga kedah said...

saya sangat susah hati dengan situasi politik negara kita sekarang.juga sedeh dengan kata nista mereka terhadap Tun dan Mukhriz.Doa saya selalu untuk Tun,ibu Hasmah dan anak-anak.Buatlah yang terbaik untuk negara,agama dan bangsa.

Mohamad Anwar said...

Salam Dr. M,
I have very fundamental question for those really want to curb bribery; "Do they really practice 'clean' business without misuse their power?". What I would like to suggest is that, in order to curb all these briberies, the investigation shall be made to Pak Lah first before proceed with any other parties or individual. If the investigation made and found that there are issues on it, then only I will say that "The Rule of Law" is being practised.

zery said...

Teruskan usahamu menegakkan maruah Bangsa dan Agama kita. Jangan pernah berputus asa TUN. Itulah permintaan saya. HIDUP Dr. Mahathir Mohamad. Semoga ALLAH memanjangkan umur mu dan sihat selalu. -amin-

apabila jari ayuku menari lentik said...

assalammualaikum Tun,
semoga Tun dilimpahi kesihatan yang berpanjangan senantiasa oleh Allah SWT.

terlebih dahulu,walaupun saya nobody(hanya rakyat biasa)saya ingin memberikan sokongan yang tidak berbelah bahagi kepada Tun yang membuat keputusan berani untuk keluar UMNO baru-baru ini.
Topik yang Tun bentangkan pada hari ini adalah begitu mengesankan.
tetapi saya ingin reversekan apa yang memungkinkan rakyat Malaysia mungkin hilang kepercayaan kepada penguasa undang-undang di Malaysia ini.mereka gagal memainkan peranan dengan semaksimumkan mungkin.Lihat sahaja kalau ada kes2 yang berprofil tinggi yang melibatkan Datuk ke,Yang Berhormat ke tokoh politik ke dan sama waktu dengan waktunya.Begitu cepatnya mereka yang bergelar penguasa undang-undang ini cuba berusaha untuk menyelesaikan kes tersebut.agaknya pagi,petang,siang dan malam mereka berusaha untuk menyelesaikannya.uasaha tangga sekolah bukannya usaha tangga kejayaan.sungguh bersemangat penguasa undang-undang ini.atas arahan siapa agaknya penguasa undang-undang ini begitu cepat bertindak dan memberi respon.adakah ianya datang dari menteri yang berkaitan?atau dari si fulan yang berpengaruh?atau...?(saya tidak dapat mengagak hanya serkap jarang sahaja).Penjenayah berjaya dicekup dan disorak hampir tergadai tanah pusaka.begitulah kejayaan mereka yang mungkin kot lebih berminat dengan kes2 yang berimpak tinggi.hmmm...tepuk dada tanya iman.
apa pula yang akan terjadi kepada kes2 yang tiada profail?bukan Yang Berhormat?bukan menteri?bukan bekas menteri?bukan tokoh politik?bukan orang yang berpengaruh?sekadar menyebut antaranya kes baling batu sembunyi tangan..siapakah penjenayah itu..berapakah bilangan kes seperti ini yang berjaya diselesaikan dalam 1 minggu?2 minggu?sebulan?tidak cukup tangan dan kakikah penguasa undang2 ini atau......fikirlah..hanya serkap jarang sahaja.

nikdublin said...

Tun,
I am very happy after reading the statements from Tan Sri Shahidan Kassim. The second influential UMNO leaders after Dato' Shapie Apdal who defended you. Hope there will be more. He forgot to mentioned Nazri thought. The most useless nd ungrateful minister that I've ever known. He came twice to Dublin and never did I ever attended the meeting. Why? Because I've never known him as someone who did anything to Agama, Bangsa dan Negara. Seeing him in the parliment make me even more ashame to have a racist, ungrateful and stupid minister...I wonder who actually elected him as he was so cocky after winning the elections in his area eventhough he proudly said that he was the one who critised you the most and still winning. Well, he came to defend Paklala who need someone else to defend his action. Keep going Tun. Keep going!

Salam hormat.

joeamir70 said...

Assalamua'alaikum Tun,
Your contributions to the nation couldn't be denial BUT the damages that you did will be also be remembered especially in the justice system.As a respective person why don't you just goes on your retirement by spending most of your life in the mosque, repenting all sins that you had done and always think of God because life is to short and the angle of death is coming.

Tun Teddy said...

Salam tok det,

seluruh keluarga kami mendoakan kesejahteraan tok det selalu. kami disini sentiasa bersama tok det!

Azmany said...

Tun, ermm... I'm a bit confused. You are being sarcastic right? - the last para of your post. Please don't do this... not everyone gets it, just like your 'confession' that Anwar was unjustly framed.

anak kedah said...

Salam Tun,

Keputusan Tun untuk meninggalkan UMNO memang memberikan makna dan mesej yang mendalam pada saya.

Reaksi ketua-ketua bahagian dan pemipin atasan UMNO pada masa sekarang memang menunjukkan dengan jelas dakwaan Tun kepada mereka adalah benar. Komen dan kiasan keras yang mereka tujukan pada Tun dan keluarga Tun adalah kurang wajar dan terlalu keterlaluan.

Mesej mereka pada kami juga adalah seolah-olah musyawarah dalam UMNO telah mati dan semua org perlu bersetuju dengan presiden party. Jika tidak mereka bukan org party dan dianggap menderhaka.

Insyaallah Tun, kami akan berjuang bersama-sama Tun dalam hal ini. Kami akan buat sedaya upaya utk party yang amat disayangi. Jelas keputusan Tun akan membakar semangat kami untuk berjuang. Mereka tidak boleh membunuh semangat Tun, kerana semangat Tun bersama-sama kami semua. Kami membesar dengan semangat Tun dan diajar dengan nilai-nilai yang Tun turunkan. Insyaallah kami akan berjuang.

Kepada Tun, hanya Allah boleh balas jasa baik Tun pada kami semua. Kami sayang Tun.

Allen said...

Funny, everybody claimed supporting you and no one wants to pull out from UMNO? Pls support in actions.

donplaypuks said...

Dear Che Det

If we have persons of impeccable integrity heading the Police, ACA and AG's Departments, there would not be any need for Royal Commissions.

In the past Samy Velu, Rafidah Aziz and Eusoff Chin were all investigated and given a clean bill of health by the investigating agencies. But, the general public have always had their misgivings, not without some justification!

Today, some of these Govt officials are under investigation again and police reports have been made against Samy Velu alleging misappropiation of MIC/MAIKA funds & CBT.

RCI's should only be invoked as a last resort when all the other sageguards fail.

So, the question really is , why is there a repeatedly systematic failure in M'sia in finding the right persons to head these various investigative and prosecuting bodies?

It must be that we have over-relied on one person being able to make that right choice and the consultative process involving others is seriously flawed.

I am sure you have read about the 2 years or so General Electric spent to find a replacement CEO for Jack Welch; the process was that thorough. There was no way that a change in leadership of such a Global MNC was going to be left to chance!

Our processes must be far more thorough and exhaustive than GE's; we are a Nation, not a mere MNC!

Azhar85 said...

Assalamualaikum Tun...

I agree with your statement, police can't do anything to the power political people in this country.

It's not they fault.Not all of them are corrupted. Some of them are good, responsible and honest in doing their job.

Without police, i can't think what will happen to this world.

Therefore, Malaysian need a secret Comission to trace this power political people if they break the law like what you did in your era.

In this case, bad political people will reconsider they doing and keep their good attitude for the citizen in the name of justice, races, religion and country.

Sekian Tun, Wassalam...

joohean said...

Tun, I cannot but agree with Tun on the rule of law. Every democratic country and nation must be governed by the rule of law. That being the case, no politician is above the law. However, Tun, there is one thing above the rule of law. That is politics which must be distinguished from an individual politician or a few politicians. Because the rule of law requires the political will of a nation for its existence and enforcibility. Sometimes, a good cause may lose its political appeal and support and thus the rule of law may be bent against it. Therefore, in the USA, there is a lot of emphasis on "due process" which requires proper procedures be followed in arriving at certain decisions. This takes away certain legal risks in the event the cause for certain decisions of the executive may not find favour of certain quarters. For those who misuse political will against someone whose cause is not in vogue, be it through royal commission or other machinery, they are answerable to their own conscience in this world and then, to the Mighty God.

SumpittSauber said...

dear ayahanda tun...what about pulau batu putih any comment from ayahanda tun? plzz let me know what inside ur mine about that island giving to singapore

ASHAR said...

TUN,

"THE RULE OF LAW"


KHAIRY IKUT PAK LAH or
PAK LAH IKUT KHAIRY..?

SIAPA KHAIRY ..?????
Sehingga Pak Lah tidorrrr...

Salam perantauan

-ashar-211;24
Angkatan Lancang-Kuning Nusantara
Kepulauan Melayu

Tokapi said...

Salam Tun,

The last paragraph is veeeeryyyyy trueeeee indeeed... hehehehe.....

Like they always quote in the video... korek,korek.. oops.. correct, correct, correct.. hehe :P

This is the Rule of Law of a Father in law, son in law, and the family in law... :))

Wassalam...
Hehehe.. byk 'law'a muka depa... sikit2 suruhanjaya.. hehe.. One more thing, i admire your sarcasm skills.... :P

amar auzirulanuar said...

no worries Tun,the truth will soon b exposed.we'll alwys support u..

zarzh said...

Assalamualaikum,

Tuan Dr yang mulia, benarlah kata Tuan yang sewajarnya berpegang kepada "rule of law" kerana atas itulah insan sekelian dapat hidup teratur hatta didalam agama ada tata-tertib serta hukum-hakam untuk setiap sesuatu.
Tetapi dalam pada itu, "Rule of Law" duniawi adalah terdedah kepada percaturan insan tu sendiri sebagaimana contoh, kalau mengikut hukum humanity dunia, penindasan apatah lagi penjajahan keatas sesuatu wilayah berdaulat adalah ditentang tetapi semudah itu usulan membantu rakyat Palestin dipintas dengan kuasa veto sesebuah negara yang berkuasa. Sedangkan dalam "rule of law" demokrasi, majority adalah didengar suaranya.

Sebagaimana dalam hal kewanitaan yang mana hak mereka diketengahkan, tetapi atas prinsip ini, hanya dikalangan kaum muslimin dikritik seperti poligami yang mana sebenarnya banyak kes-kes perkahwinan sebegitu adalah melindungi atau membantu wanita itu sendiri sedangkan pelacuran yang berjuta-juta wanita diperhambakan, tidak diambil endah. Disesetengah negara sampai dilarang memakai tudung sedangkan ianya melindungi kehormatan wanita, manakala begitu banyak penyelewengan menjadikan wanita sebagai objek seks, dibenarkan.

Atau Israel yang menyimpan nukeliarnya, didiamkan sahaja, tetapi negara Islam, hanya untuk menjanakan kuasa nukeliar untuk kegunaan awam, dikecohkan diseluruh dunia. Jadi tafsiran terhadap sesuatu yang berkenaan "Rule of Law " adalah bergantung kepada siapa yang mengolahnya, dan lazim juga pada apa kepentingannya keatas sesuatu.
Kekadang ianya wajar berubah kerana bergantung kepada keadaan seperti buruh dibawah umur tidak dibenarkan, tetapi apakah sama keadaan atau negara yang maju serta lengkap segalanya sama dengan keadaan atau negara yang mundur yang serba kekurangan. Apakah sama seorang anak petani miskin yang terpaksa membantu ayahnya dengan anak-anak kota yang memiliki segalanya?

Kerana itu, pada saya, apa yang diusahakan manusia adalah tidak statik bentuknya, sedangkan apa yang diperintahkan oleh Allah mengandungi sejuta hikmah dan selama mana insan itu berpegang kepada agamanya disamping berpegang kepada undang-undang yang sedia ada seperti undang-undang jalan-raya dan lain-lain, maka terlindunglah dia dari kesilapan-kesilapan yang berulang-ulang.

Manusia itu lazim sahaja melakukan kesilapan tetapi jalan untuk kebaikan sentiasa terbuka. Justeru itu juga, "Rule of Law" akhirat adalah tepat dalam pengadilannya yang mana tiada jiwa yang dapat melepasinya.

Maaf diatas pandangan saya yang dhaif ini.

pendita said...

it is quite amazing that if the country can adopt a right implementation of the rule of law as it never shown that the governors whether latter or former are put a greater interest in doing so. Masing-masing fikir undang2 yang macammana yg boleh benefitkan diorang. Rakyat bawahan sering menjadi mangsa especially regards to taxation sedangkan part of them tidak. Pegawai bawahan corrupt 5 ringgit pun dah kena buang kerja. Anyway, saya tunggu hasil dari tindakan berani Tun keluar umno dan kritik kerajaan. Kerana lepas ini kita mungkin akan ada 2 tun lagi. Tun paklah badawi dan tun khairi jamaluddin. yang sorang mantan rasmi dan sorang lagi mantan fotostat. Tapi kesian, sebab muda2 lagi dah mantan.

saren said...

saya amat bangga dengan kebebasan yg diberikan kepada semua pihak untuk memberi pendapat, kritik atau apa sahaja. Malah kebebasan yang diberinya membuka peluang
ahli2 UMNO baik ketua bahagian, ahli parlimen atau ADUN sekalipun membidas dan mengkritiknya.

Tetapi, di zaman drM, semua ini takda berlaku. Adakah d sebabkan drM terlalu bagus atau mereka takut utk bersuara, mengkritik atau mulut mereka telah d zip kan. atau mereka takut silap tegur, mereka akan d tuduh meliwat.

panglimapemuda said...

assalamualaikum tun,

saya salah seorang bekas pekerja tun masa tun jadi PM menyokong penuh kepimpinan tun.sekarang ahli pemuda UMNO putrajaya...sungguh biadap dato nazri aziz kata kat tun macam2 dia tu kes permit teksi pun belum selesai...takut paklah dakwa tu yg kipas paklah...rafidah...isu AP mengapa paklah nk diamkan saja???? johari bahrum... dulu nk jumpa tun pun sorot2 bila dh dapat tak ubah mcm kacang lupa kulit harap je ada 2 bini....musa itam....itu adalah luahan sesorang yg kecewa tak dapat jadi PM.....shahir samad...selesaikan dulu kes harga barang..beras dh naik gila2 di putrajaya ..cakap banyak habuk xde... di sini saya ingin cari org nak beri sumbangan buat stiker kereta "WE LOVE DR.MAHATHIR" lawan we love paklah ...ramai yg tak nak keluar UMNO sbb jaga periuk nasi...dgn tampal stiker kita boleh tgk betapa ramainya penyokong tun...untuk pengahtahuan tun sekarang saya masih bertugas di jpm.banyak rahsia yg saya tahu.....apa2 hal tun boleh email saya di jajacomel77@yahoo.com.my

Khan said...

I think most of the commentators commenting here do not understand the underlying message from Mahathir.

He is making fun of the Royal Commission on the Lingam tape as well as attacking the current PM.

Mahathir, you are a clever man! But during the years of your reign, you used your brain to advance your self interest as well to help your non-bumi cronies like Ananda Krishnan and Vincent Tan while completely ignoring the working and middle class malays and muslims! You will need to answer a lot when you meet the Almighty!

BlueDream said...

assalamu alaikum,

mohon maaf. jika silap harap perbetulkan.

tidak ada undang2 yg perfect... selama mana undang2 tersebut dicipta atau digubal oleh manusia... yang akhirnya undang2 cipta kekalutan... ader jerr yang tak kena...

tidak ada pemimpin yg mampu memimpin dengan adil dan saksama... selama mana pemimpin tersebut tidak menepati ciri2 kepimpinan dalam islam...

contoh pemimpin terbaik adalah yang termaktub dalam sejarah... khalifah abu bakar r.a, umar r.a ... jika nak contoh yg perfect adalah nabi muhammad s.a.w.

tapi rasanya pemimpin yg ada sekarang ni... jauh panggang dari api...

jawatan pemimpin merupakan suatu amanah yg berat yg akan 'dipersoalkan'... jika org tahu... tidak ramai yg sanggup pikul tanggungjawab tersebut. tapi keadaan skg dah jadi terbalik... org berebut2 nak jawatan (????)

p/s rakyat malaysia bersyukur... banyak kejayaan telah dicapai selama Tun memimpin negara... Tun salah seorang negarawan terbilang yg terlalu sukar dicari ganti.

jebatmustdie said...

Dearest Tun,

Penyokong Tun bukannya ramai di Malaysia ni... tetapi terlampau ramai!

:)

Keep up the pressure Tun. I have had enough with this corrupt, dictatorial but visionless leadership of Pak Lah.

Salam hormat.

Nesanga said...

Ironic that you talk of Rule of Law, it is in your time that the law cried for its defence, However you are the one who destroyed the judiary and sacked all the judges who had diffent views.It took so long for some sanity to come to our judiary.Now that you are not in power you talk about Rule of Law. Please reflect your past and you will discover yourself for once, who is the bigger crook.

skater said...

panjang umur Tun..banyakkan semayang hajat, kiter sumer pun sama, sujud pada Allah s.w.t...amin

Shera said...

Dear Tun,

I applaud your wise words in 'the rule of law'- very wise words indeed if followed. The key here is followed- it's true as you mentioned, one need to know one's report would be investigated without fear or favour by the police, but it seems highly uncalled for these words to be written by you-after all, you were the one who deprived the juduciary of its rightful autonomy,werent you?. Why would that have to be done , had it been your priority that everyone should have the right to report without fear or favour?. Clearly, it wasnt your priority than, when you were in charge, so why bring it up now when its your term no longer?. And its funny how you mentioned the PM must have laws spelt out to him, does he not have knowledge of suh matters? I mean its understandable if it concerns intricate and complex laws and isues, but not for every small matter should it be spelt out to him, am I right?. This funnily brings up the question if every tom,dick n harry can be the PM of Malaysia as everything has to be spelt out to him,as you mentioned, Im sure not, being PM requires one dedicated and meticulous, therefore why the need to spell out laws to him?. Foegive me if anything abovementioned was wrong.

Cik Kiah said...

assalamualaikum Tun,

Please continue your pressure so that correction can be made. Kiah have to say that Kiah voted in PRU12 with so much frustrated feeling.

Frustrated with wrongness of the current leader, and mostly because he is too weak! Very much!

Too weak in controlling his guys and always made bad decisions. A leader that cannot controlled subordinates is indeed a very weak leader.

There might not be so many report of top guys quitting UMNO, but Kiah believe the "akar umbi" had slowly doing that. And for your information Tun, your action had "paused" Kiah desire to join UMNO to fight for Malay and Muslim right via UMNO (for now), to support you. And Kiah also believe it had paused, stop or even kill hundred thousands more desire of people who was never an UMNO member but recently want to join UMNO! Just like me.

My dear Tun, Kiah prayer is for you. May Allah bless your fight for good!

sincere,
Kiah

alisu said...

As'kum Tun,

We will always support you & keep up the good work.

nazy said...

Dear Tun,

I get what you mean about having more creditable Commissions to "balance out" the enforcement of the "Rule of Law" especially with regards to sensitive cases involving the Prime Minister and ex-PM like yourself. As a disabled activist a lot could be done if we have a Commission to preside over issues regarding the Persons with Disabilities Act. At the moment its just waiting for the Minister to act and this has taken such a long time, while children are not going to school and disabled people are not getting jobs and some disabled people getting abused...yes, Commissions should be commonly used rather than done once in a blue moon as how else do you create a fair and balanced judgment. Thanks for giving us your thoughts on this.

anuarz said...

Tun,
I always support you.

lovemalaysia said...

Dear Tun,

growing up as Malaysian, sad to say that what I have observed for more than 30 years. The "Rule of Law" is only applicable to those weak, poor and powerless like our ordinary man. People who are rich, famous and in absolute power doesn't applied to it. It is true. Sad isn't it?
That is why many struggles and fight for all their life for fortune politics.
Money is Politics and in vice-versa. That is why we always say dirty politics. When there is dirty politics then there will be dirty jurisdiction.
Rich and powerful people doesn't have "The Rule of Law" in their dictionary because they provide the law. :(
Finally "Rule of the Law" will be from the Almighty on the judgement and punishment day.

Man made Law and Law are meant to be broken by Man too.

Long live Tun! and together we will all see whether "The Rule of Law" in Malaysia will be perish?

safuan said...

Salam TDM

Tun teruskan saja perjuangan yang tun pegang. saya percaya "silent majority" akan terus menyokong tun. kita semua tahu bahawa pru12 membuktikan bahawa "silent majority" ini tidak menyokong AAB.

Harap tun jaga kesihatan dgn baik.

salam.

jaramoza said...

teruskan komen tun sebagai tekanan dan kebenaran kerana media pun banyak cover up DSAB. La ni masalah atau perkara berbangkit tubuh jawatankuasa, tubuh suruhanjaya, mesyuarat tergempar mt, itu sajalah yang berlaku. Polis, aca, lhdn dan yangberkenaan dok diam diam ja. Saya fikir PDRM baik tukar nama jadi Polis Malaysia saja la.

warga kedah said...

assalamualaikum ayahanda Tun..

10 thn yang lalu, saya, abg dan adik bersalam dengan Tun di galeri perdana langkawi.sekarang kami adalah pelajar jurusan perubatan.kami sangat berterima kasih atas jasa ayahanda terhadap negara kita.kuatkan hati ayahanda untuk menghadapi situasi sekarang.kami percaya ayahanda mampu.semoga ayahanda dan bonda sentiasa dilindungi ALLAH.

musuh dalam selimut mmg payah dikenali.tetapi walaupun kami baru setahun jagung, kami tahu menilai yang mana intan yang mana kaca.

we are supporting u now n forever..

Botak said...

Askum Tun,

The rule of law are always broken Tun but i think nobody dares to mention it even myself before the elections, you have started to bring the house down, I respect that Tun, you have that qualities that some people dont (anugerah Allah SWT), People should remember you of bringing modern Malaysia to their greatest heights

But i think you must be careful Tun as the present govt headed by DSAAB influence is actually in the grassroots even to high ranking in UMNO and the rakyat itself from my point of view.

I dare to say this becoz i am from the grassroots in a urban community & well mixed either opposition or govt itself, well in UMNO case there is a strong & yet powerful religious/biz sect headed by a powerful figure & his deputy , very well organized (as i see it) & many other malays knows it too even other community as well.

Be extra careful Tun as it is going to be a difficult road ahead but dont worry Tun not everybody are obsessed with them as the last election shows meaning enough is enough. When you were PM Tun, this kind of sect or whatever they call it has never been heard before in a large group, in KL for instance when a group fought each other they will call people from their district/taman/villages to help out (I grew up in Urban City & heavily mixed with low/middle income group) but nowdays they will call people with a code at nationwide branches.

Know for the fact that this group has establish for many years until suddenly DSAAB took over from you Tun (maybe their strategy), they have made their presence felt (I have been offered membership before) So good luck Tun & take care of your health & you have my full support.

(Hopefully Tun & DSAI will forgive each other one day)

Salam

jaramoza said...

tabahkan hati tun dan teruskan tekanan, saya berbangga selama berada dibawah pimpinan tun, tapi kini kenapa saya berasa amat gusar sekali. Keistimewaan melayu, titah raja, fungsi raja sudah ada berani disentuh, mungkin kah ini bebola salji yang jatuh bergolek, lama kelamaan musibahnya kena pada melayu juga. Pak lah oh pak lah, kau tolonglah dengar nasihat tun.

Zamri Yahya said...

Always with TUN.. TUN nak cakap apa pun cakap la.. keep up pressure to our deaf PM.. We will never vote BN if still under Pak Lah.. This man only can be PM in Kepala Batas.

Tun jaga kesihatan elok2... cukup time jgn lupe mkn ubat kalau TUN sakit lg :)

Hajar said...

Dearest Tun M,
Are you serious or are you being sarcastic? But, no matter what I can understand what you are saying..well said!

Keep on posting Tun! May Allah bless Tun and family.

chezai said...

wah....

ade plak yg ckp TUN making fun of the LAW!!!Ai.......Tanye2 plak time TUN dulu tu cane......EEEEE....Klu AAB tu betul, semua org tak complaint laaa...takkan la org nk marah tanpa sebab...PIKIR LA BEB....Ckp main ckp jek...EEE...Ko sekolah ke tak???

Juz Keep Swimin! said...

to be honest, i think m'sia dint have much improvement in these few years. many criminals have happened and it made public to feel unsecured. Police seriously have to do something about it. It is not only concerning the safety and will affect our country's economic and image as well. Government must have a good image in order to lead the country.

p/s: i respect sir a lot. all the best

CheWal said...

My dear Tun,

are you being sarcastic in the last paragraph ?

calculator said...

YBHG Tun, walaupun Zaid Ibrahim menfikan rancangan burukan nama Dr. M apabila kerajaan melaksanakan pembaharuan dalam system kehakiman, namun rakyat dapat membaca apa yang tersirat, jangan berlindung disebalik lalang sehelai. Majoriti rakyat tak pernah pedulik dan tidak ingin tahu siapapun yang menjadi hakim, dan bagaimana mereka dilantik, ianya bukan isu kepada rakyat hinggalah apabila pimpinan yang ada sekarang menjadikannya sebagai isu besar.

Bagi majoriti rakyat yang lebih penting adalah system perundangan kita mesti mampu menegakkan kebenaran dan keadilan, diputuskan dengan cekap, tepat dan cepat. Yang teaniaya dan tidak bersalah dapat pembelaan sewajarnyadan yang zalim dan bersalah menerima hukuman setimpal. Tidak ada guna cara perlantikan hakim dibuat pembaharuan, tetapi keadilan dan kebenaran tidak dapat ditegak dan dipertahankan.

Keyakinan rakyat kepada system perundangan bukan terletak kepada aturcara perlantikan hakim tetapi, bagaimana hakim dapat melaksanakan tegasnya untuk memastikan keadilandan kebenaran dapat dirasakan oleh sekluruh rakyat.

Oleh itu, apa yang disebut sebagai pembaharuan dalam system kehakiman bukan isu yang dekat di hati rakyat, ianya dijadikan isu untuk memburuk-burukkan Tun.

Mulut Ming said...

salam tun..
hujan tetap turun walau tiada guruh. langit terang sering tidak menjanjikan ketenangan. tapi dalam celaru ini, insan ini tetap menyanjung payung mu. masih kekal terpahat nama tun di sini.
tetap memerhati dari kejauhan..

tunku said...

what a sarcastic statement yet again from you Tun. it's very good.malay says kena dekat batang hidung.
the commissions will be set up just to show that the government is transparent but the actual purpose is not served.like lingam case, they are just trying to hook you but they will fail for sure.

braino said...

Tun,

Let see if black is black and white is white!

Only then can we say that its free and fair!

Take care!

HR9808 said...

Tun, Selamat menemui era baru yang lebih mencabar dan bersedia dengan akibat the rule of law..Sejak tahun 1998 kami telah menunggu dan menuntut agar undang-undang dapat ditegakkan.tapi sayang sejak zaman Tun sehinggalah sekarang belum ada perubahan? Tidak ada kata manis yang mahu diungkapkan kerana sememangnya pahit sejak UMNO memerintah Malaysia.Semua hal perut, anak beranak dan adik beradik UMNO-BN.ZALIM sejak dulu.. Ini betul-betul dilema dan memang Melayu dalam dilema kerana pemimpin UMNO termasuk Tun juga dalam dilema. Kami dari himpunan reformis 9808@IKRAR menyampaikan mesej jelas kepada Tun dan suku sakat Tun serta raja Melayu..kembalilah ke pangkal jalan sebelum mati!!!Sila berkunjung ke blog kami- www.hr9808.blogspot.com

myriad said...

Dear Tun,

I believe that holding the rule of law should be of utmost importance to all of us especially leaders of Malaysia. One should also remember that all actions must be just and accompanied with accountability to the people.

Ruz said...

Dear Tun

I am really sorry, but i have to say this. The things u mentioned regarding the authorities especially the police not doing their job properly is an issue than has been disturbing the minds of many Malaysians during your days as a PM.

Now that you can see what is happening from an eye view of a public person. I really hope that you could understand, that this is what we felt when many cases are not being treated as what it is supposed to be, during your days. Now, God gave you the chance to understand our feelings that we had been keeping to ourselves for the past 20+ years.

That is why there are people who did go against you and your government. I am really sorry that I have to voice it out to you but justice is what will make us all a loyal citizen.

Thank you
ruz

www.ikhlasmalaysia.blogspot.com

Reza aljunaid Post said...

Salam Tun,

Petikan dari MyKMU:


Bukan main GEMBIRA lagi pihak Majlis Peguam apabila Dolah mengarahkan siasatan ke atas 6 individu yang terlibat dalam Video Linggam.. Mereka gembira kerana ini adalah LANGKAH pertama untuk agenda mereka menidakkan kuasa politik orang Melayu di Malaysia ini seterusnya men'SINGAPORK'kan bumi milik orang Melayu ini..



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Hasil siasatan video Lingam * Bukti kerajaan sedia bertindak

KUALA LUMPUR 16 Mei – Majlis Peguam menyifatkan keputusan Kabinet mendedahkan laporan Suruhanjaya Diraja Siasatan Klip Video V.K. Lingam kepada umum sebagai bukti kesediaan kerajaan membawa pihak-pihak terlibat ke muka pengadilan.

Presidennya, Datuk Ambiga Sreenevasan berkata, keputusan itu juga menunjukkan kerajaan serius untuk menyelesaikan konflik yang berlaku ekoran kewujudan klip video berkenaan dengan menubuhkan satu suruhanjaya diraja.

‘‘Kita amat mengalu-alukan keputusan yang telah dibuat oleh Kabinet hari ini iaitu bersetuju untuk mendedahkan kandungan laporan rakaman klip video Lingam pada umum.

‘‘Bagi kami ini juga merupakan bukti kerajaan bersedia membawa pihak terbabit untuk dikenakan tindakan sewajarnya akibat perbuatan mereka,’’ katanya di sini hari ini.

Beliau mengulas keputusan Kabinet hari ini untuk mendedahkan kandungan laporan tersebut kepada orang ramai.

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Semenjak dulu lagi memang banyak agenda MAJLIS PEGUAM untuk meliberalisasikan orang Melayu, umat Islam dan kaum bumiputera keseluruhannya.. LIBERALISASI yang bermaksud unutuk menidakkan Kuasa Raja-Raja Melayu, Agama Islam sebagai agama Rasmi negara dan melupuskan hak-hak keistimewaan orang Melayu.. Malah tak keterlaluan kalau kita kata suatu hari nanti kalau mereka ini tidak diawasi, HABIS RUKUN NEGARA dan PERLEMBAGAAN kita dibakul-sampahkan! Penubuhan Majlis Peguam itu sendiri sebenarnya bukan sebagai BADAN UNTUK PENGAMAL UNDANG-UNDANG berbincang tentang perlaksanaan undang-undang yang digubal di Parlimen tanah air untuk kita ini sebaliknya ia lebih menjurus kepada mengikut kepentingan dan sentimen pihak-pihak asing bagi mengambil kesempatan untuk menguasai negara ini secara tidak langsung.. Malah, tengok sajalah bagaimana demonstrasi jalanan kat negara kita ini turut disertai oleh para BEROK MAT YEH ini! Lihatlah bagaimana mereka menghina undang-udang yang digubal di Parlimen oleh wakil-wakil yang dipilih sendiri oleh rakyat?

Sememangnya, MAJLIS PEGUAM lah yang mengambil peranan untuk 'mempersoal'kan keputusan-keputusan yang telah pun diputuskan di mahkamah negara ini.. Selalunya mereka tak kacau sangat keputusan mahkamah sivil tetapi mereka sangat-sangat suka kacau kalau ianya melibatkan keputusan mahkamah syariah! Tambah pulak kalau kes tersebut melibatkan perebutan mayat, hak penjagaan, perundangan islam dan lain-lain tuntutan agama Islam ke atas umatnya.. Berkenaan dengan ini, kepada sesetengah Lebai DUNGU yang suka jadik pak TURUT kepada Majlis Peguam dan Zaid Ibrahim nih, aku ingin MENGINGATKAN KORANG SEMUA TENTANG BAGAIMANA PENENTANGAN MEREKA TERHADAP UNDANG-UNDANG HUDUD NIK AZIZ awal tahun-tahun 2000 dahulu.. Jangan haraplah puak-puak BEROK MAT YEH MAJLIS PEGUAM ni akan menyebelahi korang dalam hal-hal yang melibatkan agama Islam!

Ramai tidak menolak bahawa nanti segala keputusan yang telah diputuskan oleh mahkamah semasa hakim-hakim tersebut bertugas akan dibuka kembali.. Ini termasuklah kes-kes murtad, berebut mayat, ketegangan kaum dll yang bersangkut-paut dengan kita sebagai orang Melayu yang beragama Islam.. Sekiranya keputusan sebelum ini memihak kepada kita kerana sememangnya undang-undang dan perlembagaan sedemikian rupa, mungkin akan terjadi sebaliknya pulak nanti bila kes-kes tersebut diputuskan semula..

Walau bagaimanapun, kita janganlah nyanyuk macam puak-puak BEROK MAT YEH ni pasal sehingga setakat ini, kuasa mencadangkan Ketua Hakim Negara masih ditangan jawatan Perdana Menteri.. Oleh sebab itu, segala keputusan perlantikan hakim di zaman Tun sememangnya telah mengikut prosedur.. Mungkin Dolah jugak ingin menghadkan peranan YDP Agong dalam Perlantikan Hakim ini? Tak perlu dah tandatangan baginda sebaliknya memadai aje perlantikan Ketua Hakim Negara dengan tandatangan si Ambiga PARIA nih! Dengan kata lain, kalau perlantikan Tun Ahmad Fairuz dipertikaikan, kita juga boleh mempertikaikan perlantika Tun Ahmad Dzaidin dan Ketua Hakim Negara yang lain-lain!.. Masih banyak 'MISTERI' yang menyelubungi kes VK Linggam ini speerti berapa banyak 'tape' yang dirakam dan rekod panggilan telefon VK Linggam masa dia sedang dirakam.. Kita harap ini semua didedahkan sebelum ada pihak ambil kesempatan untuk memalsukan bahan BUKTI ini!

Orang-orang Melayu seharusnya sedar bahawa kes VK Linggam ini diheboh-hebohkan sebenarnya hanya UNTUK MENGHINA ORANG-ORANG MELAYU DAN UMAT ISLAM di negara ini semata-mata.. Aku tak dapat bayangkan bagaimana seorang pemimpin besar yang berjaya MEMARTABATKAN BANGSA MELAYU cuba dimomokkan di hadapan bangsanya sendiri melalui campur tangan BEROK-BEROK MAT YEH MAJLIS PEGUAM!! Adakah korang semua yang berBANGSA MELAYU ingat korang akan dapat peluang yang sama kalau korang diLEBARLISASIkan macam di Singapork? Sekarang zaman Dolah ni pun nasib korang yang bangsa Melayu ni tak tentu hala?

majlis peguam ni dah lama ada....mereka tau inilah masa utk mereka bermaharajalela sebab mereka tau kepala kepimpinan sekaran ini adalah sangat lemah dan teruk...tak sedar diri tapi perasan best....kalau dulu takdak sapa layan mereka ni semua...boleh dikawal...tak ada sapa pun peduli dgn majlis peguam ni...meeting pun selalu tak cukup korum..tapi sekarang ni suara mereka sungguh keramat...apa yg saja yg depa bising semua dapat...tambahan pula apa yg mereka bisingkan mungkin bagi pihak penasihat samdol rasa boleh dapat keuntungan...iaitu menghentam tun Tun Dr. Mahathir...

ini matlamat utama mereka...sapa tun ?? inilah pejuang melayu..yg menaikkan nama melayu..yg menaikkan islam...dgn mencari apa2 tuduhan yg kabur..yg berdasar kepada org cakap talipon...ini merupakalan langkah pertama mereka...apa2 yg bersangkutan dgn kebanggaan melayu, kesucian agama islam, mereka akan pertikaikan...lebih2 lagi dgn apa yg melibatkan tun....kalau kita berterusan dgn kepimpinan yg sedia ada...mereka akan terus bermaharajalela...

Dolah sebenarnya sudah masuk perangkap Majlis Peguam yang selama ini sememangnya tidak puas hati dengan perlantikkan para hakim yang dianggap dikausai oleh bangsa Melayu terutama yang berpangkat tinggi. Dengan adanya Suruhanjaya ini dapatlah mereka menggunakan pengaruh mereka pula dalam menentukan siapakah hakim yang lebih layak kerana selama ini kelayakan para hakim itu hanya ditentukan oleh Perdana Menteri-Perdana Menteri Melayu dari parti UMNO saja yang sememangnya akan mengambil-kira tentang kepentingan bangsa Melayu dan agama Islam dalam melantik mereka.

Pada masa akan datang Perdana Menteri Melayu dari parti UMNO ini tidak dapat lagi menentukan pilihan para hakimnya yang pro kepada bangsa Melayu dan Islam kerana sudah pasti pilihan mereka ini akan dibantah oleh Majlis Peguam yang juga akan menjadi sebahagian daripada ahli-ahli dalam Suruhanjaya Kehakiman yang dicadangkan itu. Dengan ini mereka (Majlis Peguam) harap kes-kes seperti kes Lina Joy akan diadili oleh para hakim yang lebih sesuai dengan selera mereka terutama para hakim yang sudah hilang sentimen Melayu dan Islam kerana Majlis Peguam kini telah berjaya meMalaysia Malaysiankan badan kehakiman kita melalui seorang pembelot Melayu iaitu Perdana Menteri Melayu yang kelima yang datangnya dari parti UMNO sendiri.

Inilah kebodohan Dolah Badawi yang tidak dapat diampun oleh semua mereka yang mengaku berbangsa Melayu, sesungguhnya Dolah sudah belot dan mengkhianati bangsa dia sendiri.

Wallahualam..

the.B.crewz said...

Assalamualaikum Tun.....
Saya rasa bangga mempunyai seorang negarawan sepeti T D M..Sanggup brjuang secara bersendirian demi UMNO.. Keikhlasan Tun dlm memperbaiki imej parti amat mengesankan...perkara sepeti ini kalau di biarkan berterusan tanpa ada jalan penyelesaian akan memburukan lagi kemelut yang melanda umno.. Kesabaran Tun menongkah arus membetulkan kepincangan amat-amat dihargai.. sekian wasalam.

Ulul Albab said...

Salam Ayahanda Tun,
Boleh tak Tun beritahu tarikh, masa dan tempat sebenar Tun akan tiba dari luar negara. Sekarang ni sms dengan bermacam-macam tarikh, masa & tempat Tun akan tiba beredar berantaian disini. Mereka yang berkenaan tu saja nak kelirukan majoriti rakyat yang sayangkan Tun yang akan hadir menyambut Tun nanti. Kami semua nak lihat apa bakal tindakan Pak Lah & kuncu-kuncunya apabila berjuta rakyat menyambut Tun nanti. Kami buktikan bahawa Tun adalah bapa kami semua. Bapa yang disayangi, disanjungi dan akan terus dihormati sehingga akhir hayat. Kalau Rafidah tak datang pun tak apa sebab malu kat orang ramai bila dia menangis nanti. RAFIDAH KETUA HIPOKRIT. Allah swt akan tunjukan murkanya pada dia & geng-geng dia nanti. Insyallah
BUAT SEMUA RAKYAT. MARILAH KITA SAMA-SAMA TUNGGU KEPULANGAN YUN NANTI. AMBIL CUTI KALAU PERLU

DeViLbiRd said...

Dear Tun, I would appreciate if you can stop attack the PM. Let him focus on his job, improve the country economy, rather than spending so much time and effort to handle unneccessary comment. Tun, there are still lots middle and lower class people working hard for their living, not like you has been retire. Think for us, please !

asrilamirul said...

The rule of law should reign supreme unless we are to let ourselves be in a state of anarchy. However though the notion of being ruled by law is somewhat ideal, it is usually distorted by the rule of man. By men who walks the corridors of power who are in the same time corrupted manipulators of the law and the justice system.

Any idea on how to eliminate the rule of man (woman also) heh? Take care TUN..

http://asrilamirul.wordpress.com/

Samuel Goh Kim Eng said...

When it comes to law we have:-

Law makers
Law interpreters
Law enforcers
Law breakers

However, from time to time, they play their "Musical Chairs" game
Whether or not strictly for personal gain or national fame
At times they even scorch the entire earth with excessive flame
Until observers are wondering what on earth they are doing in "what's the name"

(C) Samuel Goh Kim Eng - 250508
http://MotivationInMotion.blogspot.com
Sun. 25th May 2008.

e.yu said...

Dear Tun.

Well said Tun. The "rule of law" is meaningless when the authority themselves misuse the power vested on them to determine the outcome of their investigation.

Wishing Tun and family good health always.

Tzargalahad said...

My beloved Tun,

Why is Pak Lah silent? Why isn't he being a man to take your challenge to step down? After all what is he good for other than sleeping in meetings, conferences, lectures and travelling here and there doing less than good to our nation, race and his ownself?

I support Mukhriz's voice to seek Abdullah Badawi's power transition to someone who transcends intelligence, moral standards, diligence.

My beloved Tun Dr Mahathir, you rest well and leave this to Mukhriz.. I believe he is more capable to defending your believes and thoughts more than you think. Your health and longevity is utmost concern because we Malaysians.. either in silence or crying out loud, we love you dearly oh..our great leader!

zack said...

YB Tun, saya setuju. Kalau dok bentuk Royal Commission ja, buat apa kita ada PDRM. Memang bahlol gomen sekarang.

Dan saya faham maksud Tun. Lingam Royal Commission saja di adakan untuk memalukan Tun.

Depa masih tak faham-faham yang the 'silent Malay majority' is not with them.

Tun, if nothing changed for the better in UMNO this year, please consider forming a new Malay party. Kita lawan depa Tun. The 'silent Malay majority' is with you.

Anak Malaysia said...

Salam Tun dan Semua Fellow Malaysians,

TUN...what is "THE RULE OF LAW" in Malaysia ? Malaysians are lost in the rules of biased law today.

Malaysia BN government has failed miserably to protect the soverignity of PULAU BATU PUTIH from falling into the jurisdiction of a small state, Singapore.

Furthermore, the illegal immigrants problem in Sabah posed serious danger to the local Sabahan today.

We read a good feeback comments on the said issues as below for TUN attention.

What is your view and comments the said topics? TUN, please enlighten Malaysians on both issues.

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Singapura dapat PULAU, Malaysia dapat BATU, adohai Pak Lah sungguh malu tambah sedih. Apa sudah jadi kepada pemimpim pemimpim kita yang tergadai tanah air Malaysia di tangan negara kecil seperti Singapura. Semacam Harimau Malaysia sudah hilang taring kepada Singa"pura". Padahal rakyat Malaysia faham Singapura pasti menang di ICJ sebab sebab kelemahan kelemahan kerajaan BN menjaga semua pulau pulau diseluruh Malaysia, Sabah dan Sawarak. Oleh itu Singapura mengambil kesempatan tolong menjaga Pulau Batu Puteh yang langsung kerajaan Malaysia tidak ambil perhatian selama 100 tahun ini.
Adohai, Pak Rais Yatim bilang Malaysia dapat BATU Tengah (Middle Rocks) dalam kedudukan "WIN WIN" untuk "console" sendiri dari muka malu serta kemarahan rakyat terhadap beliau yang kalah ditangan peguam peguam handal dari Singapura. Patut Pak Rais mesti bertanggung jawab berat atas kehilangan Pulau Batu Puteh dimana beliau bilang Malaysia pasti menang sebelum ini yang amat mengelirukan Raja-raja Melayu dan rakyat Malaysia.

Syabas kepada kerajaan Singapura yang sungguh bersih, cekap dan amanah yang dihormati oleh ICJ. Ini pasal kata pepatah Melayu, "lembu punya susu, sapi dapat nama".

Rakyat Malaysia menyokong Saudara YB Lim Kit Siang menyoal pasal pendatang tanpa izin (illegal immigrants) yang sangat banyak melebihi penduduk penduduk tempatan Sabah. Oleh itu, Projek IC yang dilancarkan oleh kerajaan Sabah agak lemah. Oleh itu, rakyat Malaysia termasuk Sabah amat risau bahawa negeri Sabah kita tergadai di tangan penduduk penduduk perlarian tanpa izin yang berjuta juta kini di Sabah. Apakah kerajaan Malaysia masih tidur nyenyak tidak risau pasal kedudukan keselamatan dan kehormanian rakyat Sabah kini. Lambat laun, rakyat Malaysia bimbang negara Indonesia atau Filipina akan pergi ICJ supaya Sabah dituntut oleh rakyat tanpa izin di kedua dua negara tersebut. Mana tahu, penduduk penduduk tempatan Sabah akan hilang di bumi Sabah and tanah Sabah akan tergadai pulak.

Rakyat Malaysia menyokong Pakatan Rakyat dan PBS supaya menyuarakan di Parliamen untuk penubuhan Royal Commissions oleh Yang DiPertuan Agong bagi mencari jalan untuk menyelesaikan isu isu pendatang tanpa izin dari Indonesia dan Filipina di Sabah serta menjaga kedaulatan dan kewibawaan negeri Sabah dan negara Malaysia. Rakyat Malaysia tidak kira kaum, ugama, fahaman politk dan social patut bersuara kuat dalam isu isu ini supaya kerajaan BN masih tidak sedar genting genting bahaya nya kedudukan social di Sabah kini kalau tidak diambil perhatian serius oleh semua MP di Parliamen. Bukan saja kita bilang hak-hak Bumiputra dan hak hak bukan Melayu di Sabah hilang di tangan pendatang tanpa izin di masa akan datang kalau kerajaan Malaysia masih tidur nyenyak selama 50 tahun dan akan tidur selama 50 tahun lagi.

Jangan pulak, Orang tanpa izin dapat tanah Sabah, Orang tempatan dapat sejarah Sabah, Negeri Sabah kita tergadai tak lama lagi.

Selamatkan Sabah sekarang sebelum terlambat. Insyaallah !

Dari Rakyat Malaysia, Sabah, Sawarak dan
Anak Bangsa Malaysia.

annuar zaini said...

Dari annuar_zaini@yahoo.com

Tun, saya pernah salam dengan Tun pada 1982. Pernah mendapat biasiswa untuk melanjutkan pelajaran ke UK. Alhamdulillah dan tun mungkin kenal ayah saya. Sekarang saya 40 tahun. Apa yang saya nampak bahawa rakyat Malaysia ramai yang cerdik pandai tapi tiada ruang. Perkara yang amat merunsingkan saya adalah kenaikan harga dengan faktor yang melampau terutamanya barang keperluan asas.

Tun, kita bukanya berhadapan dengan orang perseorangan atau kumpulan. Kita berhadapan dengan SYSTEM.

Khas untuk Tun sebuah pantun yang saya karang pada tahun 2000. Belum diterbitkan di mana mana lagi.

Ehsan

Jalan dititi sudah dilalu,
Sambil mencari sebuah sampan,
Jangan diungkit kesah yang lalu,
Berusahalah kita maju kedepan.

Sampan yang bocor marilah ditampal,
Dayung yang patah boleh disambung,
Perkara lama janganlah disesal,
Ampun dan Rahmat sentiasa dijunjung.

Jalan dituju amatlah jauh,
Tiada tahu nasib dan untung,
Kita berjalan sentiasa terjatuh,
Bersamalah kita tolong menolong.

Sampan didayung janganlah laju,
Supaya dapat melihat ikan,
Apalah erti kumpulan yang maju,
Jika tiada belas dan ehsan.

Penat berdayung kita berhenti,
Untuk menjamah bekal dibawa,
Janganlah kita benci membenci,
Kelak semua akan binasa.

Bekal dibawa hendaklah banyak,
Supaya tidak meminta minta,
Tiada siapa yang tidak layak,
Syurga tersedia untuk semua.

Sampan dinaik beramai ramai,
Didayung pula bersama sama,
Setiap orang mempunyai pandai,
Cuma berbeza bidang sahaja.

Arah dituju hendaklah sama,
Supaya tak lelah kita semua,
Nasihat itu amat berguna,
Hati dan budi pula berharga.

Tersesat arah sampan didayung,
Bintang dilangit dibuat pedoman,
Janganlah kita bersikap sombong,
Itulah perbuatan yang kurang siuman.

Bukan sampan yang kita cinta,
Bukan dayung yang hendak bawa,
Jangan kita saling menghina,
Hidayah itu Allah yang punya.

Tiba masa sampan ditinggalkan,
Berpisahlah kita untuk selamanya,
Salahnya orang dicari jangan,
Neraca keadilan adalah milikNya.

Annuar Zaini Abdullah

PS: email untuk Tun sahaja

jonathan said...

Slm Tun =)

Isn't it obvious that our constitution doesn't carry that much weight anymore Tun.

The next best thing would be to look at the law. The IG, ACA, AG, PM and the GOVERNMENT are all connected through the law by their appointment process.

Take PM and government servants out of the equation would be better. Then everybody would truly be independent. Have all of these bodies answer to 1 RC if the need arises. The RC could also advise and recommend suitable candidate/s to HRH YDP Agong for appointments. You can work out the details later.

Justice is for all regardless of creed of color or positions for that matter. AS of now, it is still the same old song and dance. Nothing really revolutionary has been implemented. And from the looks of things it is hopeless.

But i do think that the rakyat can make a difference. We have to make our elected representatives to listen to what we want. You and I and the rakyat voted them in. You and I and the rest of the rakyat are the boss. those elected are our servants and not the other way around. There's a fine line between greatness and responsibilities. Think about that.

Anyways. God bless and slm. =)

shaz said...

Yg Bhg Tun and all bloggers,

Take a break...i dedicate this to siapa yang makan cili.

RAINDROPS KEEP FALLING ON MY HEAD
JUST LIKE THE GUY WHOSE FEET
ARE TOO BIG FOR HIS BED
NOTHING SEEMS TO FIT

THOSE RAINDROPS KEEP FALLING ON MY HEAD
THEY KEEP FALLING

SO I JUST DID ME SOME TALKING TO THE SUN
I SAID I DIDN’T LIKE THE WAY
HE GOT THINGS DONE
SLEEPING ON THE JOB

THOSE RAINDROPS KEEP FALLING ON MY HEAD
THEY KEEP FALLING

BUT THERE’S ONE THING I KNOW
THE BLUES THEY SEND TO MEET ME
WON’T DEFEAT ME
IT WON’T BE LONG
TILL HAPPINESS STEPS UP TO GREET ME

RAINDROPS KEEP FALLING ON MY HEAD
BUT THAT DOESN’T MEAN
MY EYES WILL SOON BE TURNING RED
CRYING IS NOT FOR ME
CAUSE I’M NEVER GONNA STOP THE RAIN BY COMPLAINING
BECAUSE I’M FREE
NOTHING WORRYING ME

Have a good weekend Tun and all..

playsmart783 said...

Tun you're a wise man with big golden heart. You truly gained my family support.

No other leaders in this country could replace you. May Almighty God bless you with more strength in your endless journey.

"We 100% support you, Tun"

red1 said...

Tun,
Reading your post here, it is clear what you are getting at. That the Rule of Law now practised seems so much better, yes, but aimed at those not in power.

They now aim at you who is no longer in power. You are no longer the PM. Why put you on trial?

If they do, are they not putting the KLCC, F1, MSC, Proton, PLUS, Putra Jaya, saving the economy from IMF, removing Anwar from becoming PM today, and everything you did on trial?

Since they now purport you to be corrupt to high heaven, then everything you done must have been bad for them and should be tried. Yet they relish in the comfort and zone you have created for them as if you are loyal to them more than law itself.

I know it is so hard to be PM and serve the nation and deliver the goods more than self-comfort.

Today those in power are on trial. Have they deliver the goods? Have they learnt their lessons? Have they made amends? But finally can they resolve the most pressing rising costs the rakyat is facing on a near breaking point.

PRU 13 is the final rule of law.

Redhuan D. Oon
padi-malaysia

AnakDEB said...

Salam TDM
Kami support TUN

aida said...

Salam Tun,
Salam Tun,

Saya bersetuju dengan Tun. Tetapi di masa era Tun dulu, kedengaran orang mengatakan adanya campurtangan PM dalam pengendalian kes-kes mahkamah sama jugak dengan situasi era Pak Lah ini. Cakap-cakap orang ini mengelirukan saya. Saya bersetuju dengan komen Ezri KL.

aku said...

Harap ada terjemahan dalam bahasa melayu. agar saya lebih faham.

saya bukannya tidak faham langsung,tetapi kenapa saya rasa Tun being sarcastic?

off topic:
1. Tun, saya ada cadangan, apa kata Tun seru semua blogger, pada satu tarikh yang sama, membuat satu post dengan tajuk yang sama, iaitu "Pak Lah, Silalah Berundur" atau seumpamanya. Ini pasti menjadi satu fenomena.

Steven said...

What we need is an independent court and the only way to do so is to make sure that judges or magistrates must at least practice law for like 5 to 10 years. I still remember my first time visiting a civil court during my high school where the magistrate arrived 20 minutes late and adjourned half an hour early. Not to say the way he managed the court was embarrassing beyond belief. He could tell the lawyer to hurry up so he could be on time for golf@@!!??
The next thing that is needed is to ensure that our 3 chief justices be expanded to like 5 or 7 and that their term limits are lengthen to 20 years so they could make independent judgments.
However the ONE thing that i agree with you most Tun is that i believe that the royalty has overstepped its boundaries and interfering with the government. Letting the Sultans to decide the MBs were the worst precedent ever set in the history of Malaysia. Keep up the good work Tun!!!

suniza said...

Dear Tun,

We always support you.. thanks for everything you did to our beloved country.

mylin

lEoW said...

To me, you are the best PM thus far. Crisp and right to the point comments and analysis, rather than go round n round ...talking endlessly but saying nothing at all..n u who know who i m referring to..M'sia certainly need an able leader..just hope that those who are around the present leader will not induce him into a false sense of superiority and comfort..things need to b done fast, decisions made .. in these challenging times..of globalisation etc etc... and i dun see the present group of leaders handling issues effectively..all a bunch of yes men with no mind of their own..just repeating what the leader said..is that what we want..is that what we need..??

M always with u....

Dr Chico the Great said...

Dear TDM,

Well the article is mainly about you right? and you are very concern about them bringing you to justice for the lobbying of judges case. So its all about you, but you try to put as if all of us are in it.

Nevertheless, I agree with you that laws should be very clear especially on what a prime inister can or cannot do. We just can't just move the goal post everytime and you become the victim. If it is not stated, then it should be allowed. If other country is not a crime, why must it be a crime here.... further more it is not stated anywhere it is forbidden.

If they keep moving the goalpost, i am sure every prime minister would be jailed someway or another. For the rest of the rakyat, most of the law stays the same as our decision doesnt impact the government or its agencies.

Those interested in hotter topics and issues can visit my bog site at http://drchicothegreat.blogspot.com/

Bill said...

This blog, these posts from someone who is a Bigot? Someone who is dying to play the racial card again and again and again? What is it Dr. M? Are you out to show how Malay you are? Would you like to write a post on what you real name was when you entered University? Or is that a source of embarassment to you? In your last years atleast be honest with yourself la.

si gediks said...

Saya sedang belajar Internet & Politics dan prof saya adalah orang German dan saya telah perkenalkan blog Tun pada dia. Dan harap Tun boleh tulis dlm dwi bahasa untuk memudahkan yang bukan Malaysia untuk membaca isi hati Tun. Terima kasih

ade said...

Assalamaualaikum Tun....Lihatlah siapakah penyokong Tun sebenar...sudah berpuloh email yg telah saya hantarkan kepada Tun sebagai menandakan SOKONGAN padu saya kepada Tun. Begitu jugak sewaktu Tun ingin berundur dulu saya jugaklah yang menghantar surat memohon agar Tun jangan berundur lagi. Tapi sekarang lihatlah mereka yang dulunya bermanis-manis muka dan menyokong Tun kini menghentam Tun sepuas-puasnya. Jasa Tun melantik mereka dilupakan dan Tun dianggap pembelot, duri dalam daging UMNO. Siapakah mereka...Rafidah Aziz, Shahril Samad, Nazri Aziz, Musa Itam...dan kaum sejenis dengannya. Itulah yang dinamakan kemunafikan dalam UMNO. Lihatlah saya TIDAK pernah mendapat apa-apa habuan benda dunia,pangkat, darjat, projek wang berjuta atau kedudukan dalam UMNO maupun kabinet tetapi menyokong penuh Tun. Sekarang baru Tun sedar siapa "PENYOKONG" Tun sebenar dulu kini dan selamanya.
ADEPUTRAJAYA

sahli said...

Tun,
Cuba fikirkan begini ! Nampak degil sangat Pak Lah ni akan membahayakan negara.
Tun masuk semula UMNO bertanding lawan President. Pasti ramai yang menyokong. Bersihkan UMNO dari penyangak2. Sebab sekarang Tun sudah kenal mana penyangak2 itu.
Kembalikan UMNO kepada matlamat asalnya. InsyaAllah selamat semuanya. Barulah orang Melayu kalau mati pun boleh tutup mata rapat.

ZORO said...

Tun,
Good advice or critic is like a bitter bill and is very difficult to swallow.
Take it easy Tun, the world will take its natural course. You're worrying too much about ... almost everything. Let them be, Malaysia is now 50 years old already.
May god bless you with better health, and enjoy your life.

redzuank said...

Assalamualaikum Tun,

Kerajaan sekarang makin teruk, semua subsidi nak ditarik.

Baru-baru ni (berita semalam) berkenaan subsidi minyak yang nak dipertimbangkan semula dalam masa terdekat.

Saya percaya mahu atau tidak jika harga minyak naik lagi akan dijadikan isu oleh pembangkang.

Dan PRU ke-14 akan menyaksikan UMNO kalah bersih. Saya percaya...

Saya kecewa dengan pemimpin-pemimpin di dalam UMNO sekarang yang hanya melihat poket sendiri tanpa melihat poket rakyat.
Kalau nak tarik sangat subsidi.Batal semua cukai,pekerja swasta macam kami ni boleh la dapat bonus banyak sikit.

edyAZHAR said...

asalamualaikum tun,
saya merupakan antara rakyat kelahiran penang yg menjadikan Tun sebagai idola saya untuk berjaya.Saya sangat sedih diatas apa yang telah berlaku keatas tun setelah tun meletak jawatan sebagai PM.Saya amat hairan, bagaimana tun boleh memilih orang yang tidak sepatutnya menjadi PM sebagai pengganti tun.Saya masih ingat lagi, ketika Tun mengumumkan perlantikan "beliau" sebagai TPM menggantikan Dato' Seri Anuar Ibrahim..kami para rakyat berasa tidak yakin di atas perlantikan beliau sebagai TPM.Tetapi kami berusaha untuk berasa yakin diatas kepimpinan beliau disebabkan kerana Tun yang melantik beliau.Ketika Tun mengumumkan perletakan jawatan sebagai PM dan "beliau" akan menggantikan Tun sebagai PM, kami sebagai rakyat berasa amat bimbang apakah beliau dapat melakukan apa yang Tun telah lakikan untuk membangunkan malaysia. Tetapi kami sebagai rakyat sekali lagi berusaha untuk meyakinkan diri kami keatas kereadibiliti beliau menggantikan tun kerana tun sendiri yang memilih beliau menggantikan tun.Sebab itu pada PRU-11 pada tahun 2004 BN telah menang besar kerana seluruh rakyat jelata percaya bahawa beliau mampu memimpin kerana Tun yang memilih beliau.Tetapi tekaan itu silap dan hasilnya pada PRU yang lalu BN telah kalah teruk.Sehingga kehari ini saya masih tertanya-tanya adakah Tun telah melakukan satu kesilapan besar dengan melantik beliau sebagai pengganti tun.Saya juga tertanya-tanya apakah kreteria2 yang telah tun melihat dalam diri "belau" sehingga tun memilh belau sebagai pengganti Tun.Sehingga hari ini saya masih berfikir apakah perlantikan beliau dan perletakan jawatan Tun sebagai PM telah dipengaruhi oleh sesuatu.-HARAP MENDAPAT KOMEN DARI TUN

ams said...

Tun,

As a non-malaysian , i think malaysians are very fortunate to have a leader who is so visionary and fights endlessly for the bangsa Melayu and above all , the fight against imperialism.

no matter how brilliant a leader is , there is no such thing as perfectness.but what counts are the significant progress and development he brings.

Tun , you are respected internaionally for ur wisdom and your frankness.What the current government is doing to you , in my humble opinion is unacceptable and absolutely lacking in respect.

When i read or watch rude and crude comments by some of the ministers towards you , i wonder , are people suppose to accept them as leaders?

Tun , the world is still watching you and u have by far shown only the integrity of a leader.

kubangpasu said...

salam Tun M,

Saya doakan semoga Tun M sihat hendaknya.

Memang benar apa yang Tun M nyatakan, ternyata kebanyakan pemimpin2 UMNO sekarang lebih mementingkan kepentingan peribadi daripada kepentingan rakyat dan tujuan parti itu sendiri.

Tun M, pemikiran dan pendirian mereka terbukti jauh menyimpang dari apa yang sepatutnya, parti UMNO adalam untuk rakyat dan orang2melayu!!

Tun, mereka2 ini memang layak untuk ditegur, jangan sampai mereka lalai dan lupa diri... Tun, sememangnya, "Melayu Mudah Lupa".

perwira said...

More than half of Umno members from Shah Alam are with you Tun, We are ready to leave Umno now. May Allah Bless you always

Bye Bye Umno

calculator said...

YBHG Tun, walaupun Zaid Ibrahim menfikan rancangan burukan nama Dr. M apabila kerajaan melaksanakan pembaharuan dalam system kehakiman, namun rakyat dapat membaca apa yang tersirat, jangan berlindung disebalik lalang sehelai. Majoriti rakyat tak pernah pedulik dan tidak ingin tahu siapapun yang menjadi hakim, dan bagaimana mereka dilantik, ianya bukan isu kepada rakyat hinggalah apabila pimpinan yang ada sekarang menjadikannya sebagai isu besar.

Bagi majoriti rakyat yang lebih penting adalah system perundangan kita mesti mampu menegakkan kebenaran dan keadilan, diputuskan dengan cekap, tepat dan cepat. Yang teaniaya dan tidak bersalah dapat pembelaan sewajarnyadan yang zalim dan bersalah menerima hukuman setimpal. Tidak ada guna cara perlantikan hakim dibuat pembaharuan, tetapi keadilan dan kebenaran tidak dapat ditegak dan dipertahankan.

Keyakinan rakyat kepada system perundangan bukan terletak kepada aturcara perlantikan hakim tetapi, bagaimana hakim dapat melaksanakan tegasnya untuk memastikan keadilandan kebenaran dapat dirasakan oleh sekluruh rakyat.

Oleh itu, apa yang disebut sebagai pembaharuan dalam system kehakiman bukan isu yang dekat di hati rakyat, ianya dijadikan isu untuk memburuk-burukkan Tun.

y2y said...

How do we send a message to Pak Lah? D. Mukhriz pointed out that everybody should send a message to Pak Lah. But how? We are not celebrities and well known people to use the media as the medium. For us normal civilians how do we do it? And for those non-official UMNO members who can't resign from UMNO (bcz the r not officialy in) to show protest, how do they send a message. Should we have an official website of protest, a petition or some sort? One thing for sure, the medium mus be easy and convenient for the rakyat to reach. Then it can be more effective.

WoW said...

It's absolutely true Tun. Our country is constitutional supreme and therefore we shall NOT be ruled by law but we shall be governed by the rule of law.

Reza aljunaid Post said...

Salam Tun,

Undang-undang Malaysia adalah unik sedikit.

Kalau di peringkat persekutuan undang-undang sivil ini dikenali sebagai akta.yang digubal oleh parlimen.

Manakala di peringkat negeri, ia dikenali sebagai enakmen.yang digubal oleh dewan undangan negeri.

Sementara itu, di sabah dan sarawak dikenali sebagai ordinan. masih ada pengaruh penjajah dahulu.

Kemudian kita ada suruhanjaya diraja yang diberi kuasa oleh parlimen dan yang dipertuan agong bagi kes melibatkan individu dalam badan eksekutif atau legislatif. bagi kes salahguna kuasa misalnya.

kemudian kita ada badan pencegah rasuah, polis. hasil dari kewujudan rule of law itu. bertujuan menguatkuasakannya.

Bpr, polis, diberi tugas menjalan siasatan, mencari dan mengumpul bukti, kemudian tugas mendakwa diserah pula kepada pendakwaraya Malaysia. di Mahkamah proses keadilan akan berlaku.

Mahkamahlah yang akan putuskan berslah atau tidak. Mahkamah pula, ada mahkamah rendah, mahkamah rayuan, mahkamah tinggi, mahkamah agong.

Hakim yang memutuskan salah atau betul. Namun, hakim memutus berdasarkan bukti yang dikemukakan. saksi juga.

Manakala barisan para peguam adalah orang yang diberi tugas membela pesalah yang kena tuduh. Pendakwa raya akan menuduh dengan bukti-bukti yang diberi polis, bpr.

Bukti-bukti ini berbagai bentuk. Ada bukti DNA, cap jari, rakaman, dan sebagainya.

Saya menyokong penuh saranan Tun, supaya penubuhan suruhanjaya diraja dibanyakkan khususnya untuk menyiasat salahguna kuasa yang dilakukan prime minister, deputy prime minister,minister,...

Contohnya tubuhkan suruhanjaya diraja untuk siasat dalam kes Khairy mendapat pinjaman dari kawannya rm9 juta ...

contoh kedua, tubuhkan suruhanjaya diraja siasat bagaimana khairy jamaludin dengan mudah sahaja menjadi ahli parlimen rembau, menjadi naib ketua pemuda umno, dia guna "kabel" apa.. ada tak unsur-unsur salahguna kuasa..

Contoh ketiga, tubuhkan suruhanjaya diraja, siasat pengambilan saham dalam NST, mengapa wujud kawalan dalamnya oleh Khairy, Kalimullah, siapa kalimullah..? itu kena siasat..dia berkhidmat untuk siapa..? kena cari bukti..bimbang musuh dalam selimut..

Contoh ketiga, tubuh suruhanjaya diraja, siasat pembabitan Anwar Ibrahim, khususnya bagaimana PKR boleh ada wang yang banyak untuk beli wakil rakyat BN, siasat juga peranannya sebagai talibarut kepada dana-dana antarabngsa, tujuan dana itu diwujudkan...

Kerajaan hari ini suka kepada suruhanjaya diraja untuk cari kebenaran.

Jadi, jangan hanya tumpu kepada kes tape Linggam sahaja.

Inilah apa yang saya nampak dari idea Tun itu "Rule Of Law" ....

Rakyat hairan, kenapa asyik Tun sahaja kerajaan nak cari salah..?

Kenapa Anwar Ibrahim, Khairy Jamaludin, Abdullah Ahmad Badawi, Musa Hitam dalam kes Memali, boleh dikecualikan dari siasatan suruhanjaya diraja terhadap salahguna kuasa mereka ini...??

Kalau semua orang ini disiasat juga oleh suruhanjaya diraja, maka barulah ada "rule of law"...

"Rule of Law" zaman Abdullah ini
masih boleh dipertikaikan keikhlasan dan tujuannya ...

AAJ said...

Dear Tun,

Human Laws was always doubtful, Allah laws was always neglected.

Pak Lah Laws is Zahid Ibrahim.
"Ketam yang mengajar anaknya berjalan lurus"
"Kapla temberang nombor satu"

"Even when laws have been written down, they ought not always to remain unaltered."
Aristotle(384 BC - 322 BC)

Salam

ASHAR said...

ASALAMUALAIKUM TUN,

Mungkin lepasni adakan

"Suruhanjaya Penilaian UMNO"

untuk menilai

ISU:
Wajaibkah Pak Lah, letak jawatan sebagai pemimpim UMNO.

-ashar-11;52
A.Lancang-Kuning Nusantara

Odette said...

1) The judiciary in Malaysia is already tainted.

2) The enforcers of the law are crippled

So why talk about the Rule of Law? The truth is power corrupts - it holds true for past leaders as well as the present.

We have only to hope for justice in the heavenly realms - because it is unlikely that there will be any here....

Sabahan said...

Dear Tun,

I'm saddened that after many years, many still see this problem from such a limited perspective.

The problem exists because the political system that our country is based on has very little distinctions between the legislative, executive, and judicial branches of governance. Its as simple as that.

As long as these branches are overlapped, absolute rule of law will never exist. We must stop being so naive as to think that establishing Royal Commissions will offer real and long term solutions to our problems.

If a simple laymen like myself can comprehend such a thing like this, its really a wonder how a person like you don't see this in all its entirety.

You should know better. The fact that the current administration inherited these structures from your past administration cannot be denied. Its very unsettling how you can casually overlook this very fact, while at the same time offer such a limited solution to such a broad problem.

Regards.

McLar3n_V12|[GTR]| said...

Tun,
A good governance is very important to the country. Actually if we can manage our wealth properly and if there is zero corruption in our country - In today, we do not even need to worry much of inflation, we don't need to worry much about petrol price. Yes definitely it will still have an impact but it will not be that bad.

I read alot of blogs and I too see that alot of anti-TDM there trying to criticise your style of leadership. To me, I have no any problem in the way you manage the country. To manage a multiracial country and to modernize the country like what you have done is never an easy job. You have done them very well. Thou we can't deny there will also come some bad things as well BUT then there is never 100% in this thing but whatever we make sure is the things we get in return are WORTH it and the whole country benefit from the return. Sometimes you have to sacrifice a little and to gain more so you can only move forward.

Yes, we did sacrifice a little but we moved forward alot. That's why. There is nothing comes free in the world. So some people are taking the "small sacrifices" made and forget about the "BIGGER contribution" that they have received indirectly.

Today I went to Bukit Jalil and passby Kompleks Sukan Negara and I think of your project in turning Malaysia into a well-known country. We of course spent alot on the project but look back at the returns. People know Malaysia. I was only 14 that time and I remember I was chatting with a friend from overseas and she asked where I from and I told her I am from Malaysia. There she told me, "Oh.. Malaysia.. Host of Commonwealth". I proudly said yes. Of coure this will also boost our country economic in the long term as people know about Malaysia more and all the stadium built can be used for long term such as hosting any sports event.

2ndly, LRT/Monorail project. If no monorail, wondering how much citizens going to spend on their petrol, time and parking fee (if calculated hourly in certain places). Hey people say the project is expensive but it brings long term benefit. Infact, I am still hoping the present goverment will still extend the routes for the LRT to certain places. Let's see on this project, how much petrol has we actually saved and how much subsidy has your project helped the goverment to save on? I certainly hope to goverment would rather find way to fork some money out to build all these kind of public transport as this is also the way to reduce petrol subsidy. Once we have become a net importer of oil. We might not be able to subsidise that much goods but we still have all these to cover our daily needs.

3rd. Sepang F1 circuit. The point will just be like Bukit Jalil as tourist comes here and people knowing Malaysia.

4th. Proton. People bashing Tun for starting the Proton project. Hey, how can a country that already have a vision 2020 does not even have the capability to build its own national car? Yes, some people complain that the quality on Proton does not deserve on the price that they have to pay. Yes, I may agree on that which Proton all these while did not actually able to produce an almost-zero-problematic car. Every model especially coming the first batch will have alot of problems which consumers are so frustrated at. But hey to say that Tun's project on Proton is a bad idea is not correct. We look at the idea of having a national car will make us proud. Quality-issue on the car is not purely Tun's fault. Of course I will take this complain to the related persons where Tun has given them the opportunity to make the country proud with such a big big project but these people were not able to do the job that well. I may hate to say that if I have enough money then I will rather purchase a Toyota, Honda but I can't deny that we need to have a brand of our own and Proton is the one so I expect Proton to improve more and hopefully Proton will be at the top with top brand such as Toyota, Honda. At least same par if not better.

5. How about the Twin-Tower? I still heard many foreigners came to Malaysia and want to see the twin-tower very much.

Of course there are alot of projects. I may not say all are success as nothing is 100% but we are just human. I believe some of the projects will still see its benefits in future if not now. Well Tun, I also guess I said too much though I still have alot to add on.

I am glad I can still speak this out personally to you.

Last but not least. Thanks and Regards and do take care yourself.


Sincerely,
DavE

Pemikir Rasional said...

Tun:

Bagaimana pula dengan kesalahan-kesalahan yang dilakukan oleh bekas-bekas perdana menteri sebuah negara?

Harus disiasat juga dengan rapi, bukan? Ini tidak terhad saja kesalahan yang lepas, tapi juga kesalahan-kesalahan yang terus dilakukan oleh bekas ahli politik yang mempunyai pengaruh di kalangan rakyat sebuah negara.

Contohnya ialah tindakan mengungkit perasaan perkauman dan perpecahan antara kaum (seperti dalam ucapan atau tulisan seorang ahli politik yang dapat mempengaruhi pemikiran sebahagian besar rakyat). Ini jelas tidak bertanggungjawab, terutamanya kalau ahli politik itu adalah seorang mantan perdana menteri.

Seorang ahli politik seharusnya cuba sedaya-upaya untuk menyatukan rakyat berbilang kaum, bukan sebaliknya, iaitu mengapi-apikan rasa curiga atau benci antara kaum-kaum yang berbeza. Ini tidak kira sama ada tindakan beliau adalah bermatlamat untuk mengubah kepimpinan sebuah negara atau tidak; menggugat keharmonian rakyat sebuah negara demi mencapai matlamat politik adalah berdosa.

Sila rujuk rencana tulisan Haris Ibrahim yang berikut: http://tinyurl.com/6gll4k

Terima kasih, Tun, kerana memberi laluan untuk memberi pandangan.

calculator said...

YBHG Tun, walaupun Zaid Ibrahim menfikan rancangan burukan nama Dr. M apabila kerajaan melaksanakan pembaharuan dalam system kehakiman, namun rakyat dapat membaca apa yang tersirat, jangan berlindung disebalik lalang sehelai. Majoriti rakyat tak pernah pedulik dan tidak ingin tahu siapapun yang menjadi hakim, dan bagaimana mereka dilantik, ianya bukan isu kepada rakyat hinggalah apabila pimpinan yang ada sekarang menjadikannya sebagai isu besar.

Bagi majoriti rakyat yang lebih penting adalah system perundangan kita mesti mampu menegakkan kebenaran dan keadilan, diputuskan dengan cekap, tepat dan cepat. Yang teaniaya dan tidak bersalah dapat pembelaan sewajarnyadan yang zalim dan bersalah menerima hukuman setimpal. Tidak ada guna cara perlantikan hakim dibuat pembaharuan, tetapi keadilan dan kebenaran tidak dapat ditegak dan dipertahankan.

Keyakinan rakyat kepada system perundangan bukan terletak kepada aturcara perlantikan hakim tetapi, bagaimana hakim dapat melaksanakan tegasnya untuk memastikan keadilandan kebenaran dapat dirasakan oleh sekluruh rakyat.

Oleh itu, apa yang disebut sebagai pembaharuan dalam system kehakiman bukan isu yang dekat di hati rakyat, ianya dijadikan isu untuk memburuk-burukkan Tun.

hl said...

"But how can the person reporting be sure that the police will investigate without fear or favour."

I have been wondering the same thing ever since Anwar was charged guilty of sodomising.

pamina said...

tun,

im just 27 year old. but i think i have live long enuf in this country that such a thing wont happened or else this placed wont be called malaysia.

but seriously, i can forgo justice and all that transperancy crap. i am more concerned with my ability to pay for fuel to go to work to support my family.

in support of you.

bwh said...

Salam Tun,

Now you are talking about the rule of law. Why wasn't the rule of law being duly implemented when you were the prime minister??

I think you are the worst leader this country ever had. You are the "mother of all law breaker" You manipulate the laws, abusing the judiciary and putting the whole government agencies under your mercy. Who the f--- you think you are??

You still capitalize on the belief that "melayu mudah lupa" but you have forgotten that not all malays are stupid. Wake up and face reality. As I have remind you time after time, repent before you kick the bucket that could happen anytime now.

Steven said...

Greetings! Tun

My highest respects to you as a great leader and a far vision for Malaysia, that's no doubt about it in the earlier day.

However, the group of “Kampong Boys lead by AB” that you’ve earlier installed in UMNO is they understand you? In my opinion, they'll just running small business merely here in Malaysia with the guy called KJ.

I hope you can give way to PR in view of the only way to save Malaysia. Otherwise, all your hard works plants will eventually drown in a deep sea.

Best regards.

devilmaster said...

Tun, let's not forget you were the one that made this country looks like a pariah one, the same status like Zimbabwe.

gunungraya said...

Assalamualaikum!

Saya sentiasa berdiri di belakang Tun!

Dedahkan semua pekung pengkhianat tanah air yang ada dalam kepimpinan UMNO sekarang.

-Syahir Ahmad Hamidi

Ratnam said...

Tun you are right. I fully support your views

Kentoi said...

YABhg Tun,

Teruskan usaha untuk memartabatkan melayu!

Salam perjuangan!

Blackout said...

Tun, as a patriot I will always support you.

Shiok Guy said...

Dear sir,

We have the same issue in your 22 years 1981-2003.

Actually more damages are done during that period, may be you should tell us why! Since you are in position to know, right? Please don't tell us you don't know or forgotten! Don't insult us anymore, it is time for you to redeem your sin. Come out clean, tell all even if you have to pay for it in jail. We will support you as a gentleman and someone who admit his sins and mistake. You will then leave a legacy for your children, grandchildren, great grandchildren who will proudly mentioned your name..

Shiok Guy

Loh said...

///Malaysia is a country which practices the rule of law. Our laws must cover every aspect of our societal life, so we will know exactly what we can do and what we cannot do. Prime Ministers in particular must have everything spelt out for them in this respect. This will enable them to be charged if they had breached the rule of law long after they had retired.///---TDM
If the sentence refers to what happens now, the question is in fact being raised in the last paragraph by TDM himself. TDM asked “If the investigation is only to clear the name, then can we say the rule of law is being properly practiced?”
In Operation Lallang in 1987 more than one hundred persons including Lim Kit Siang and other DAP leaders, were detained under ISA. The person, the UMNO Youth Chief at that time, who brandished Keris and claimed the wish to soak it with Chinese blood was not arrested. When the Keris wielding UMNO leader who clearly broke the law was free but others were arrested, that was selective application of law. It was certainly not rule of law that TDM practiced then. It was rule by law, to serve his interests only.
If the argument was to have the rules spelt out for Prime Ministers so that succeeding government can ( have the convenience) charge them in court long after they have retired, it is not necessary since the government does not go witch hunting if the former PM did no wrong. If the argument was that former Prime Minister cannot be charged if he was not given the list of what not to do, then the same applies to all citizens. Public order would break down if that argument is accepted.
AAB was trying to do his job as PM, and enjoying some of the power which he learned from his former boss. PM AAB realized that he should not be a puppet at the whims of the puppet master. But his former boss not only ran him down with all kind of accusations, but contributed to reducing his majority in the election of March 8 2008. AAB knew that after bullying non-Malays for half a century, he had to try to win over the support of non-Malays, by claiming that he would be PM for all Malaysians, as a first step to forging Bangsa Malaysia said to be coined by TDM. To TDM, AAB’s statement went against the core principle of UMNO.

///Governments, serving Prime Ministers and Ministers are well placed to initiate action against others. But when the Government, the Prime Minister, the Deputy Prime Minister do something wrong, like cover-ups for example, then police reports may be made against them. But how can the person reporting be sure that the police will investigate without fear or favour. ///---TDM

That is a good question. Did TDM ever asked that question during his 22 years reign? It is reported that a police report has been made against the remarks made recently by TDM in Johore. It was said that the remarks were seditious. We shall know the answer to TDM’s question whether police will investigate without fear or favour.
///I believe some reports have been made but so far there have been no results. Public confidence would be undermined if investigations by the proper authorities are not made. If the investigation is only to clear the name, then can we say the rule of law is being properly practised?

We therefore need to have more Royal Commissions manned by people of impeccable character like the ones on the Lingam tapes. The Commissions can then make proposals based on speculations and possibilities can then investigate the possibilities and probabilities and help clear those in power. When this is done we can say that this beloved country practises the rule of law.///---TDM
So the investigation on the Lingam tapes meets the standards TDM wants to see. The Attorney General is right then to order further investigations. Like court cases, the judge will have to decide whether evidence was acceptable, and decision had sometime been made based on probabilities which could involve probable theories where others could term them as speculations. Whatever basis on which they decide, people must be sincere to the tasks assigned. Persons of impeccable character certainly serve Royal Commission well.

Athan said...

Dear Tun,

We love your writing and it sound very truth. Not surprisingly that nowadays most politician doesn't tell the truth anymore.Keep it up! For our Malaysian Future........
We will support you.

DR. TAN KIM SAI said...

Assalamualaikum Tun,

Very disturbing song...hear it you know what I mean

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KwDv3CwIm4s&feature=related

After all the things you have done for the country, is this the way our Rakyat repay you?

Last election this is how they brainwashed the Rakyat ...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WtEfS0rAxt4

Using UMNO party song and last shot in the video ...Undilah PAS PKR ..

Do you think UMNO is going to take action on this ... What is your comment as an independent?

Tun, you are still the BEST. Wish you good health and God bless you, Sir.

UNITY stands for U.N.I.Truly.Yours, MALAYSIA
Together, WE are ONE.....

yiemega said...

Ayahnda Tun,

Anaknda berdiri teguh untuk mempertahankan Tun selagi hayat dikandung badan.

Anaknda akan berjuang selagi hidup dan anaknda akan meneruskan Perjuangan Belum Selesai ayahnda

http://suaragenerasimuda.blogspot.com

Old Fart said...

I thought I will save the trouble writing what I really want to. Haris Ibrahim has done that for me. Now I post it here for you to read at your pleasure. Of ocures you have no guts to respond to this because Haris is too smart for you. Your responses are usually only reserved for your mates in UMNO, right? Read this:


Mahathir s/o Mohamed, you are despicable!
May 24, 2008

Mahathir s/o Mohamed, today you have reached an all time low.

Malaysiakini reports today that in Tokyo, you warned of possible unrest in our country, and said that “extremists” among different communities had begun to voice their opposition and make unfair demands on the government, trying to “divide rather than unite.”

Malaysiakini quotes you :

“Now we are seeing the different races making demands on the government, which they perceive as a weak government”

The Malaysian Insider reports that on 17th May, in Johor, whilst speaking at a gathering, you referred to the Hindraf memo, and then said :

“What does it say? Malaysia for Malaysians! This is the reality of the present situation. If we do not speak up, if we choose to keep quiet, we will lose our rights and the other races will take over. When that happens, it will be like Singapore. Do you think we will still have control?”

What, Malaysia is not for Malaysians? For who, then?

Racists like you only?

Who is the extremist now, intent on dividing our people, if not yourself?

I checked your blog to see if perhaps you might have posted something there that would suggest you have been misquoted.

This is what I found you had written on 16th May, 2008, under the heading ‘Ketuanan Melayu’ :

Dalam 50 tahun kita merdeka, kuasa politik ada pada kita. Ini membolehkan kita panggil diri kita “Tuan”. Tetapi kita tidak Tuan sepenuhnya. Kita boleh jadi Tuan dengan ertikata yang bermakna jika orang Melayu berkebolehan dan berjaya dalam bidang ekonomi dan sosial juga. Ini boleh dihasilkan jika kita sanggup tuntut ilmu dan segala kemahiran dizaman teknologi tinggi. Tetapi kita amat kurang berusaha kearah ini. Kita lebih suka cari jalan mudah. Biar sahaja orang bekal segala-galanya kepada kita.

Hari ini kuasa politik pun sudah terlepas dari tangan orang Melayu. Dan orang bukan Melayu tidak lagi menghormati orang Melayu dan institusi-institusi Melayu. Segala-gala yang dianggap sebagai hak istimewa orang Melayu disoal dan dicabar. Dan orang Melayu tidak membuat apa-apa untuk menangkis semua ini dan mengukuhkan kedudukan mereka.

Sebaliknya mereka meminta-minta orang tertentu mempertahankan kedudukan orang Melayu. Tetapi ini adalah usaha “passing the buck” kata Mat Salleh, termasuk alasan bahawa semua ini adalah kerana Dr Mahathir yang memerintah 22 tahun dan pilih Dato’ Seri Abdullah sebagai penggantinya.

Nasib orang Melayu ada ditangan orang Melayu. Kita tidak jadi “Tuan” dengan mengungkit sejarah semata-mata. Kita boleh jadi “Tuan” jika kita berani bertindak, kita sanggup menghadapi risiko, kita berusaha untuk menguasai semua ilmu dan kecekapan sehingga tidak perlu bergantung kepada sesiapa.

Was it not you, in mooting your Vision 2020 in 1991, who advocated a Bangsa Malaysia? See what you said then :

By the year 2020, Malaysia can be a united nation, with a confident Malaysian society, infused by strong moral and ethical values, living in a society that is democratic, liberal and tolerant, caring, economically just and equitable, progressive and prosperous, and in full possession of an economy that is competitive, dynamic, robust and resilient. There can be no fully developed Malaysia until we have finally overcome the nine central strategic challenges that have confronted us from the moment of our birth as an independent nation.

See your first and eighth strategies to achieve this vision.

The first of these is the challenges of establishing a united Malaysian nation with a sense of common and shared destiny. This must be a nation at peace with itself, territorially and ethnically integrated, living in harmony and full and fair partnership, made up of one ‘Bangsa Malaysia’ with political loyalty and dedication to the nation.

The eighth is the challenge of ensuring an economically just society. This is a society in which there is a fair and equitable distribution of the wealth of the nation, in which there is full partnership in economic progress. Such a society cannot be in place so long as there is the identification of race with economic function, and the identification of economic backwardness with race.

Now as you traverse the country spewing your racist rhetoric of ketuanan Melayu just to save your own sorry butt, why don’t you also apologise to your audience for sowing this idea of Bangsa Malaysia, for advocating an end to identification of race with economic function?

Why don’t you also tell them about the friends that you’ve enriched at their expense?

Why don’t you tell them that in the name of ‘membasmikan kemiskinan’ you have entrenched them in abject poverty?

Understand this, Mahathir s/o Mohamed.

We survived, notwithstanding your 22 years.

Notwithstanding your plunder of this nation’s wealth and resources.

And whilst you talked then of Bangsa Malaysia but did little, we will walk that talk.

We will begin to build our Bangsa Malaysia.

Understand that if many feared you before, now you are viewed with scorn.
Posted by Haris Ibrahim Filed in Say No to Racism
81 Responses to “Mahathir s/o Mohamed, you

ceefoo said...

for once you manage to shoot yourself in the toe

i wish you had aimed higher up.. for your crimes against malaysians call for a lot more than mere repent

ceefoo said...

life is short pls disable comment moderation to be transparent for once, tun

Faiz Al-Kelantani said...

Law is vital to preserve ORDER and RIGHTS....

Our ORDER and RIGHTS should according to the Islamic interpretation, not the secular/western's one.

Reject Anarchism!

ASHAR said...

TUN,

SEEETUUUJUUU benar dgn TUN..

Lepas ni adakan pula

1. Suruhanjaya Kesetian UMNO
2. Suruhanjaya LOBBY.
3. Suruhanjaya Rasuah.
4. Suruhanjaya Keselamatan.
5. Suruhanjaya ....
6. Suruhanjaya ....
7. Suruhanjaya ....

dan banyak lagi suruhanjaya...


Baru banyak orang ada kerja..


ahaha..

salam perantau

-ashar-2;19
A.Lancang-Kuning Nusantara

esmeralda said...

Salam Tun
Saya doakan agar Tun sihat selalu demi Malaysia, demi bangsa Melayu demi generasi yang akan datang.
Saya percaya Tun hanya insan biasa seperti orang lain tapi orang lain tidak mahu memperakui yang Tun banyak kelebihan luarbiasa yang orang lain tidak ada
Sebagai rakyat Malaysia saya amat mengagumi dan bersyukur kerana dapat menikmati banyak faedah kesan dari pemerintahan Tun.
Saya doakan agar semua rakyat Malaysia membuka minda untuk menerima segala teguran Tun kerana saya percaya Tun lebih memandang kehadapan dan hanya inginkan yang terbaik untuk Malaysia.
AMIN

FCUK Singapore said...

Yes, I agree and believe that holding the rule of law should be of utmost importance to all of us especially leaders of Malaysia.


Tun,

To sideline a bit particularly related to Pulau Batu Puteh case, what's your opinion of boycotting Singapore and Singaporean product to show our displeasure on their unhealthy unethical behaviour as our neighbour?

I feel that Malaysians should seriously consider using their economic power and start choosing where to to spend their money - buying less or boycotting Singapore products will be a first step to show that we Malaysians are not happy with our neighbour's unethical unfriendly behaviour.

Selasih said...

Assalamualaikum Tun
Tun adalah antara orang yang paling saya kagumi dulu kini dan selamanya. Cuma saya nak tanya tun kenapa pemimpim2 UMNO sekarang anggap UMNO tu dia orang punya. kalau boleh nak jadikan jawatan dalam UMNO tu jawatan tetap. Tak tau ke dia orang generasi terdidik sekarang melihat perkembangan ini dengan rasa mual,jelek dan menyampah. Agenda untuk membangunkan bangsa sudah tidak diutamakan dan yang diutamakan ialah menjadikan jawatan dalam UMNO tu tempat cari makan. Tak hairanlah kalau saya katakan pemimpin UMNO sekaramg dikelilingi dengan rasuah yang melimpah ruah. Kalau tak macamana sorang wakil rakyat biasa boleh mempunyai harta yang bernilai jutaan ringgit. Sedangkan umum tahu berapa gaji sebagai wakil rakyat. Tolong lah TUN untuk membersihkan anasir2 ini dari UMNO supaya UMNO dilihat lebih releven dan masih lagi menjadikan agenda membangunkan bangsa melayu di jadikan keutamaan. Jangan nanti kita menjadi mangsa di BUMI sendiri. Sama-sama kita nyanyikan lagu warisan

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Expat In Asia said...

Tun M,

I continue to be amazed at your hypocrisy. Everyone knows you crippled the judicial system & the police are beholden to their political masters.

I was a victim of assault in 1991 & the court case has STILL not been set, yet you managed to get people tried & convicted for lesser crimes in weeks while the people without power suffer in silence.

Let's have a bit of honesty on your part please.

jumbeaux said...

Salam Tun,

Only have time to read and post comments during weekends.

I have always believed that the man-made Law is only a tool for keeping of a community peaceful and harmonious. Therefore, the spirit of the law is more important than the minute details. However, I've seen in the West and recently, in Malaysia, that the right of an individual or a small minority takes priority to peace and harmony of the larger group just because we want to demonstrate we are protecting individual rights.

To me such a trend is dangerous in a multi-racial country like Malaysia. We have lived in a system of give-and-take for so long. This system has kept the balance of racial tension in check. Dare I give the example of Malay preferential treatment vs. Chinese/ Indian freedom to keep their native names, language and schools. This is the give-and-take balance that has kept Malaysia peaceful since 1969.

The current government is dismantling this system by going on a Legal rights campaign or in US terms - Freedom. It will do more harm than good in this country as it will disturb the balance. Recently, we have seen a lot of noises from minority groups while the majority, even when they feel the pressure, has kept silent. How far and how long will this continue?

For this reason, I have no confidence with the current leadership. The same goes with Anwar led PKR who has always been going the same route.

Izal said...

Salam Y.A.Bhg Tun & all bloggers,

Kita biasa dengar pepatah mengatakan "anjing menyalak bukit"... Apa yang kita dok buat selama ini sama dengan pepatah tersebut.

Akan tetapi, apa yang Tun dah buat spt keluar dari UMNO, berjumpa dgn ahli UMNO peringkat akar umbi dsb menunjukkan Tun sudahpun mengambil langkah-langkah perlu untuk cuba mengimbangi dan seterusnya menghapuskan kekuasaan AAB & family.

Apa yang kita sebagai bloggers yang saban hari mencipta atau boleh juga dikatakan meng"copy paste" comment-comment samada positif atau negatif?

Tujuan Blog ini direka pada hemat saya untuk memberi kefahaman kepada pembaca blog ini situasi yang berlaku dari kacamata Tun Dr Mahathir selaku mantan PM yang mana beliau amat-amat arif dengan situasi politik yang sedang berlaku.

Tun memberi pandangan beliau berdasarkan pengalaman 22 tahun memerintah negara malaysia DIBAWAH PARTI UMNO/BN...

Bila tindakan AAB dan konco-konconya sudah tidak terbendung menjolok mata maka adalah WAJIB bagi sesiapa juga yang peduli dan "got balls" untuk membuka pekung ini.

Ini menjadi priority move kepada Tun kerana beliau rasa saya telah dapat menjangka apa yang akan berlaku kepada Umat Melayu terutamanya ahli-ahli UMNO yang masih dibuai dengan sentimen "kami sayang paklah" dsb.

Salam untuk Y.A.Bhg Tun Dr Siti Hasmah

Izal

John said...

Dear Tun Mahathir,

Observing the current turmoil plaguing the Malaysian political scene, I cant help but notice the appetite of the majority of our elected leaders, regardless of the factions they represent to secure their position mainly and if i am too bold to say, for pure personal gain.

Although there is a lot of criticism around Tun, i am very sure that you are a man who is clearly able to justify and accept criticism and of course i am in NO POSITION TO JUDGE YOU.

My only wish is for Tun to make these leaders be totally aware that they are representing the interest of Malaysians, regardless of ethnicity and religion. Your recently acquired neutral status (although some will disagree with me) will be detrimental in putting the wrongs right especially in UMNO and BN.

Leaders will be remembered by the people they guide. Some will be remembered as the merciful, some as tyrants and some will be remembered as heroes...Your influence still pulls a lot of weight in the political scene.

Tun i genuinely hope one day when the future generations in Malaysia looks back to this point in time, they will remember the selfless leader who gave back Malaysia to Malaysians.

ASHAR said...

TUN,

"The Rule Of Law"

Understand the fact:( MUST SEE VIDEO..!!!)

http://www.youtube.com/user/Mfundamentalist

This TUN, stand for Malaysia and Malaysian people, and Malayu.


Salam perantauan

-ashar-5;15
Angkatan Lancang Kuning Nusantara

kakitidur said...

Tun,
Malaysia sekarang didalam keadaan merundum. Negara kita tidak stabil dan kucar kacir. Negara-negara asing seperti Singapura mengambil kesempatan di atas kelemahan kita.
Tun,
kita kehilangan bukan hanya harta-harta negara kepada Singapura tetapi lebih besar lagi. Pulau Batu Putih telah berjaya dirampas oleh mereka. Masa Tun dulu kita dapat berkembang. Sipadan dan Ligitan adalah milik kita tetapi pada masa Pak Lah, satu-satu harta negara jatuh pada Singapura dan sekarang ini mula-mula Pulau Batu Putih kemudian apa pula. Saya ketahui Singapura banyak mendirikan kemudahan-kemudahan di beberapa pulau milik kita dan ditanah besar Johor. Bukan mustahil suatu hari nanti pulau-pulau dan tanah ini jatuh ketangan mereka. Pak lah dan menantunya tidak boleh dipercayai. Mereka adalah hantu kepada Singapura untuk merompak dan merampas tanah dan harta negara. Tun saya merayu agar Tun membuat sesuatu sebelum terlambat. Orang-orang UMNO kena lakukan sesuatu sebelum terlambat. Pak Lah bukanlah seorang yang kita boleh harapkan. Dia lemah kepada duit harta dan wanita asing. Menangis saya Tun melihat berita hari Jumaat tu. Tak pernah saya menangis begitu. Walaupun orang cakap Pulau tu kecil tetapi saya rasa macam dirobik setengah dari diri saya melihatkan acara yang dilancarkan terus dari The Hague tu. Kenapakan malang sungguh nasib kita Tun mempunyai seorang yang lemah sebagai Perdana Menteri dan penbuntut-pembuntut sebagai Menteri. Rais Yatim berkata win-win situation apabila Singapura mendapat satu pulau dan kita mendapat satu kelompok batu. Rais Yatim kalau dizaman kerajaan negeri Melaka akan dipancung kepalanya kalau berkata begitu dizaman itu. Tun kita rakyat Malaysia yang cinta dan sayang pada negara ni amat berharap pada Tun dan semua pemimpin2 melayu sejati agar dapat menyahkah Pak Lah dan kuncu-kuncunya dari pemerintahan negara ini dengan segera. Janganlah sampai Malaysia ini menjadi sebesar Singapura dan Singapura menjadi sebesar Malaysia untuk kita tersedar.
Tun, kami rakyat Malaysia akan sentiasa berdiri dibelakang Tun untuk berjuang demi negara tercinta ini.

compact said...

Assalamualaikum.
Tun telah banyak melakukan kesilapan sebagai Perdana Menteri. Namun sebagai bangsa Melayu saya yakin Tun ingin membuktikan bahawa bangsa Tun Dr. Mahathir menggegarkan dunia dan Tun telah membuktikannya kerana Tun satu-satunya pemimpin negara Islam yang menggegarkan Amerika. Kesilapan Tun ialah Tun tidak pernah kenal bangsa Tun sendiri walaupun Tun telah menulis buku 'Dilema Melayu' kerana bangsa ini akan tetap dalam dilemanya. Bangsa yang Tun banggakan ini hanyalah bangsa yang penuh dengan hasad dengki dan tidak tahu berterima kasih apatah lagi bersyukur. Bangsa yang Tun jinakkan dengan kesenangan hinggakan yang berpendapatan rendah mampu memiliki kereta ; yang tidak berduit mampu melanjutkan pelajaran meskipun keistimewaan ini tidak diberikan kepada kaum lain; jika dulu jutawan milik Cina kini Allahyarham SM Nasamuddin juga seorang darinya. Lihatlah MB Perak, MB Selangor, Anwar Ibrahim. Musa Hitam, Rafidah Aziz, Pak Lah sendiri malah keseluruhan rakyat Malaysia hari ini lahir dek kecemerlangan Tun dalam pemerintahan negara selama 22tahun. Jika tidak Malaysia mungkin masih dikenali diluar sana sebagai penduduk yang masih tinggal diatas pokok.

hari ini Malaysia dikenali diserata dunia, manusia manakah yang tidak ingin memiliki mahkota berharga milik bangsa Tun ini. Tun tidak perlu khuatir kerana bangsa Tun ini akan kehilangan segalanya bukan sahaja tanah bertuah ini tapi harga diri mereka. Tun masih hidup dan Allah telah memperlihatkan kepada Tun bagaimana bangsa Tun diperlekehkan, kedaulatan raja disanggah disergah, tapi bangsa Tun tidak pernah ambil kisah malah turut menyumbang kepada kehilangan sedikit demi sedikit tanah dan harga diri mereka.

Percayalah Tun, penyokong Tun tetap berdiri dibelakang Tun samada mereka mengisytiharkan keluar UMNO atau tidak. Apa yang berlaku pada PRU-12 telah membuktikan mereka tidak menerima kepimpinan yang ada malah mungkin PRU-13 ini UMNO terus lenyap dari persada negara ketika itu baru Melayu akan tahu langit tinggi rendah. Biarlah mereka dengan agenda mereka menjaga kepentingan peribadi, kroni atau poket sendiri sesungguhnya Allah Maha Mengetahui.

Tun telah melakukan banyak kegemilangan demi Islam dengan tertubuhnya Tabung Haji sehingga membolehkan yang miskin menabung tanpa perlu lagi menggadai tanahnya, Universiti Islam, Bank Islam dsbnya tanpa perlu mengisytiharkan ISLAM HADHARI atau apa-apa nama. Yang penting Tun tidak berkiblatkan BARAT malah mengukuhkan perdagangan dan ekonomi dengan negara-negara Islam. Bangsa Tun tidak pernah bersyukur dan berterima kasih dan andaikata bangsa Tun tersingkir dan tersungkur dalam waktu-waktu terdekat ini Tun janganlah bersedih kerana perjuangan Tun telah selesai dan biarkan mereka mengebumikan jenazah bangsa dipusara yang mereka pilih sendiri.

TERIMA KASIH TUN KERANA MEMIMPIN KAMI, MEMAJUKAN BANGSA KAMI, MENAIKKAN MARTABAT AGAMA KAMI DAN MEMPERKENALKAN TANAHAIR KAMI DIPERSADA DUNIA. ANDA TETAP TERBILANG.

ASHAR said...

TUN,

"The Rule Of Law"

Understand the fact:( MUST SEE VIDEO..!!!)

http://www.youtube.com/user/Mfundamentalist

This TUN, stand for Malaysia and Malaysian people, and Malayu.


Salam perantauan

-ashar-5;;35
Angkatan Lancang Kuning Nusantara

vanPIEE said...

Assalamualaikum Tun,

Mungkinkah rakyat perlu buat demonstrasi jalanan secara aman untuk meminta Pak Lah berundur? Memandangkan mesej yang rakyat sampaikan melalui PRU 12 yang lalu tidak diendahkan oleh Pak Lah dan sekutunya. Dengan demonstrasi jalanan aman secara besar-besaran ini mungkin dapat membuka mata Pak Lah yang buta, betapa rakyat tidak sukakan kepimpinannya yang lemah itu. Saya tahu demonstrasi jalanan ni bukan budaya kita rakyat Malaysia. Tetapi dengan cara ini sahaja yang tinggal, untuk kami rakyat biasa yang tiada pengaruh membantu Tun mendesak Pak Lah berundur. Biar Pak Lah tahu yang rakyat sebenarnya tidak sukakannya. Biar orang-orang kampung sedar, mereka sebenarnya telah diperbodohkan oleh media arus perdana yang mengatakan ramai yang menyokong kepimpinan Pak Lah. Biar orang-orang kampong pun turut serta mendesak Pak Lah berundur.

Ayuh!! Kita buat Pak Lah, Khairy dan konco-konconya tak senang duduk.

nikdublin said...

Tun...

Surah Al-Kausar

Surah ini paling pendek, hanya mengandungi 3 ayat & diturunkan di
Makkah dan bermaksud sungai di syurga. Kolam sungai ini diperbuat
daripada batu permata nan indah dan cantik.

Rasanya lebih manis daripada madu, warnanya pula lebih putih daripada
susu dan lebih wangi daripada kasturi.

Surah ini disifatkan sebagai surah penghibur hati Nabi Muhammad s.a.w.kerana diturunkan ketika baginda bersedih atas kematian 2 orang yang dikasihi iaitu anak lelakinya Ibrahim dan bapa saudaranya Abu
Talib.

Pelbagai khasiat terkandung di dalam surah ini dan boleh kita amalkan:-

1) Baca surah ini ketika hujan dan berdoa, mudah-mudahan Allah
s.w.t.makbulkan doa kita.

2) Jika kita kehausan dan tiada air, bacalah surah ini dan gosok di
leher,Insya' allah hilang dahaga.

3) Jika sering sakit mata, seperti berair, gatal, bengkak, sapukan air
mawar yang sudah dibacakan surah ini sebanyak 10x pada mata.

4) Jika rumah dipercayai terkena sihir, baca surah ini 10x,
mudah-mudahan Allah s.w.t. bagi ilham pada kita dimana letaknya sihir
itu.

5) Jika membacanya 1,000x rezeki kita akan bertambah.

6) Jika rajin membacanya, hati kita akan menjadi lembut dan khusyuk
ketika menunaikan solat.

7) Jika orang teraniaya dan terpenjara membacanya sebanyak 71x, Allah s.w.t. akan memberikan bantuan kepadanya kerana dia tidak bersalah tetapi dizalimi.

Perkara yg baik kita amalkan slalu.Sebar2kan kepada kekawan, terima kasih.

salam hormat.

herlina said...

Salam Tun
Saya cadangkan kalau betul Pak Lah kata rakyat terima Pak lah lagi cuba implement satu undang2 yg boleh diberi kepada rakyat kuasa untuk undi President UMNO hanya orang melayu saja dibenarkan undi kerana ini undi UMNO undi org melayu untuk org melayu bukan undi pilihan raya umum.Cuba Tun fikirkan caranya untuk implement cara mengundi ini.
Teruskan berfikir Tun kerana kami rakyat perlukan pemimpin yg berwibawa dan disegani seluruh dunia seperti TUN.

Roney said...

Your are the best Tun!

red1 said...

Tun,
You are a pragmatist and machiavelian strategist. You look to the ends before you begin your journey, and all roads are fair as long as they arrive at their single intended desitination.
You intended Malaysia to be a developed nation by 2020, and you put lots of roads towards it. The only stuff lacking is the so-called proper democratic institutions, rule of law been one. But whose interpretation of the rule? You have for 22 years interpret what is that rule.

Today no one else could grasp that easily what is meant by such interpretation of the said rule. I suggest your Perdana Leadership Foundation conduct such a seminar to expound that vis a vis the western falacies of such interpretation.

Redhuan D. Oon
padi-malaysia

Zubli Zainordin said...

An interesting post Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad. I am pursuing deeper into this now. As I prefer to understand more. It is natural in Malaysia, when Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad says or write on a point, interested individuals pursue to study deeper into layers of information resulting from what Dr Mahathir Mohamad has said and written. A point I see here, that we already have a system so nice in achieving the Truth. If any component of the system is not functioning properly, then the Truth cannot be achieved. For example, the setting up of a Commission by itself, is a question mark to the system in operation. When the system is in order, surely the setting up of a Commission is not necessary. Again, after a Commission has been set up, the buck is then passed back into the system, and there are instances, there are no proper action taken, and we are back to where we were before. Perhaps, more commenters who practices can contribute here, and I too can learn The Rule Of Law mentioned by Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad in this post.

Rahimi said...

akum tun,

plz write in your blog how pak lah lobbied u for prime minister post. let people judge the lobby is against the law or not.

tq

Ravi said...

TDM

An observation - I see to about 30 comments, you receive one negative comment against you or your views. To the average person, that may seem you attract more positives than negatives. However, I know you receive an equal share of negative against your views (if not more). Now you've recently stated that it's in your right to voice your concern, then why is it you cannot publish all those criticisms against you? Are you afraid to show your website visitors exactly what Malaysians at large think about you?

2/ Re. your article under rule of law - firstly let me state that the phrase "Rule of Law" has become meaningless thanks to ideological abuse and general over-use. And in your case, you have been the biggest hypocrite as Under your leadership, you did not practise one of the basic principles of human legal rights - All individuals are given the same rights without distinction to their social stature, religion, political opinions. What have you got to state at this argument sir?
-Ravi

P.S -if you don't publish this comment, I understand. And that is you expect freedom of speech when it comes to your views, but not of others!

ZaiDi SuhaiMi GilonG said...

Salam Tun,

Bertahan Tun.. Bertahan.. Allah cipta umat manusia untuk misi tertentu.. Setelah misi itu tamat maka berserah saja pada ketentuan-Nya..

Bertahan Tun..

Salam Tun.

clear conscience said...

Tun,

AAB launched his WarkahUntukPM with great pom, pom, pom.

But wat is the point when I made a few complaints there in August 2007 but till now there is not even a reply except the coordinator of that website had informed the relevant department to handle my case.

Just imagine AAB's word. I will hear you out.......wat a disgrace in having this WarkahUntukPM when not even a word from AAB was forthcoming.

Kudus to the Malaysian PM for saying directly to me that he is talking the talk.

red1 said...

To others who may disagree,

One has to look at the other failing or struggling democracies to get hold of their own senses and perspective. Take a look at Singapore, Indonesia, India, Iraq, Iran, Russia, UK and even USA.

Been democratic is not the holy grail end of the political road. It is but a continous search for correct leadership and political will.

Mahathir has done that in spite of all the conditions and situations. He has proven to be a galactic achiever of the highest order. Do not take my word for it. Go and do your own research. Yes, he was draconian, authoritarian, and despicable. But isn't Lee Kuan Yew even worse? Say a few words as a registered opposition party in Singapore and they sue your pants away for defamation. Google for those youtubes by singapore opposition leaders. It is despicable and attrocious.

How about Tony Blair and George Bush? Aren't they the pinacles of democratic freedoms? Didn't such nations drop atomic bombs on innocent masses and napalm villagers into oblivion? Didn't their institutions planned and executed covert operations to remove other popular leaders that disagree with some of their hidden agendas? What about the subjugation of the right to nuclear arms? Only they can but we cannot.

What about the right to better and fairer IMF aid, WTO, Kyoto, Rio and many protocols that superpowers refuse to endorse if it hurt their pockets? It is a political jungle out there. For Mahathir to have stirred us through the wilderness and darkness where we were truly at others mercy, we have to pray thank God and thank Him for such a saviour.

Hurting accusations were hurled at him but he kept busy thinking and resolving the big ship and the big vision ahead. He was the master Sun Tze that remove any noise that distracts, be it from friendly or enemy fire. He is a legend unequal of a long time. He awaited for the right time to step down. And duly when that time arrived he certainly did.

Mahathir was not what many put him out to be. I remembered even how Dollah Ahmad kept saying even in main stream media while he was still PM that Mahathir shall KSM - kerja sampai mati. I remembered reading that was repeated twice. Now, when he stepped down, Mahathir did not even made a fuss and even accepted Dollah Ahmad's invitation to launch his book!

Then you find this Mahathir trying his hand at a bakery in a jv with a japanese. He minds the cash tiller. Zainuddin Zam was in the line and Mahathir gave him VIP treatment. Even among both of them knew that one is no longer PM and the other is still in cabinet, there was no flinching nor ill brooding. His body language speaks volumes of his heart and past conscience. He knows what he and the nation has gone through his 22 years.

A true, sincere person will not go around bragging or bickering about all he has done or undone. He leaves to others to judge wisely or badly. His time is spent going straight to the real challenge and to the biggest pain. I think some of you have to listen and ask yourself within yourself this,

"What have you done that is good enough to be taken into account in the hereafter?"

Do not blame all evil on another singular person. We are to be blamed too if we now spend our time thinking of ways to avoid our tasks at hand in not taking advantage of the achievements of today. A PM has his job, and we do ours too.

The issue at hand is that the present PM has a big problem. All effort to address that problem is welcome.

And by the way, i was also detained a few times too while fighting for public interest during Mahathir's time.

And today i am still fighting and i do not hide behind any anonymous pseudonym.

Redhuan D. Oon
padi-malaysia

clear conscience said...

Tun

Please do not use Google blogs.

Use Wordpress to prevent sabotagers from flagging your blog off.

Badukang said...

support u Tun... Keep on and never stop.. u are our inspiration.. U open our minds, eyes and semangat.. U are our saviour

ASHAR said...

TUN,

Saya TOTALLY diagred with OLDFART,

Nasihat TUN untuk orang Melayu sudah pasti berbeza dengan apa nasihat TUN untuk rakyat Malaysia.

Nasihat TUN untuk orang Melayu adalah untukorang Melayu sedar...!!!

Nasihat TUN untuk Malaysia adalah untuk rakyat Malaysia sedar..!!

HELLO...OLDFART ,

Sama ke you nasihat anak sendiri dengan nasihat anak orang....???

PLEASE ANSWER ME: ashar_abdullah@yahoo.com

Generally speaking, kita akan menasihati anak kita lebih dari anak orang....kerna kita kasih anak kita lebih dari anak orang. walaumacamana pun kita tetap menasihati semua kerna nasihat adalah amalan yang mulia.


salam perantau
-ashar-7;43
Angkatan Lancang-Kuning Nusantara

Kawen Chen said...

we're all behind you Sir. :) even when we're not in Malaysia!

antubiul said...

Old Fart have enlighten us on Tun racial remarks also thanks to Harris article.

Hindraft demands are more towards Indians whereby they accused the Goverment for marginalising them. It true wasnt it. We have marginalised them. We make one of them a billionair, many of them are lawyers, doctors, engineers and professionals. many of them hold high positions and the goverment marginalised them or they marguinalised themselves?. They should ask themselves what have these sucessful billionairs, laywers, professional who made it under BN rules did for their community.? The billionairs can easily upgrade the lives of those people that they claim were marginalised. Is Hindarft demands made for Malaysian or indian? Look at the Selangor BABI issues, who benefits form it?. Chinese and those eating pork will benefit. Are this BABIS will benefits Malaysian as a whole? Malays, what are their demands? Hmm.. let me thinks..errr.. let me think... let me thinks.... They demand others to acknowledge them as 'ketuanan Melayu' because that the only thing they have, while the rest is gone. Real fact, they wont be Bangsa Malaysia as long as all races keep demanding base on racial needs rather than Malaysian. Look around, we still have Sekolah Tamil, Sekolah Cina and many more. No races will be bold enough to drop all this and adopt a Bangsa Malaysia for Malaysia as evidence in the sekolah Wawasan concept.Toward 2020we still be Malay, Indian Chinese, Kadazan etc. It doenst matter as long as we all live in harmony and respect each other.

Kok Tin said...

I do agree an independent investigation committees should be setup whenever there is a big issue (e.g, Lingam's case) to look into. However, i believe this measure is only REACTIVE. We cannot just react to the issues. This will not help Malaysia to progress to another level. We need to look at the root cause.

We need more preventive measures to be setup to ensure adequate law enforcements are imposed on the government and ensure that the ministers have not misused their rights to certain extend.

Although human beings are not easy to be managed (ministers are also human being), i believe, to certain extend, certain departments should be made independent from the government, e.g police and ACA.

Reasons are pretty simple - How can police performs the investigation / law enforcement on the governments, if they are also reporting to the government? (Principle of segregation of duties)

kranky kokonut said...

"malaysia, without you, is nothing."

i'm not a malaysian but i have gotten to know a lot of malasyians in the past 3 years i've been staying here and all of them said the same exact thing (both directly & indirectly). they tell me such inspiring stories of yourself and how you are the cause of when malaysia stands at its best.

for that, sir, i respect you very very much and i can see the darker side of the current UMNO growing more than ever. if there's a way to stop it, it'd hopefully be done by your hands. in my opinion, the malaysians are in desperate need of you for your face represents them and that THEY listen to you. and for that too, i support you.

Faezah Hj Mohd Amin.

mindian said...

sokong penuh tun hentam pak lah.
dulu dia orang hentam tun.

vintageBabylicious said...

The only reason i want to listen & read the issue because i care for Tun..He is one of the most influence person in the world..keep writing the truth Tun..

pumen said...

Can't blame the current PM for not having a vision like Tun, cause we know he is not capable so.
But the least he could do is to utilize his senses - the ears to listen, the brain to apprehend and the heart to feel. Only then he could do what is best for his people.
Is this too much that we asked for?

Ahmad said...

Assalamualaikum Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad, I dont think that there is any other leader who is more calibre than you to rule Malaysia and protect the Malay rights:) thumbs up to you Tun, support you all the way.

ASHAR said...

TUN,

KALAU LAH BENAR:

" KUCHING: Naib Presiden Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) Datuk Jeffery Kitingan mendakwa wakil rakyat daripada Barisan Nasional (BN) akan menyertai parti itu mulai hujung bulan ini. "

Baru lah pemimpin UMNO dan rakyat Malaysia tahu apa yang tersurat dan tersirat.--- INILAH KELICIKAN DSAI(ANUAR IBRAHIM)--musuh negara dalam selimut...duri dalam daging setiap rakyat Malaysia.


salam perantau
-ashar-8;20
A.Lancang-Kuning Nusantara

MUHAMMAD FAEID OTHMAN said...

tun...jom masuk PAS!!!

SaudagarMaya said...

Couldn't agree more wif Red1...good comments..Bravo!!For Tun.keep up the 'real' good work.For UMNOputra,JANGAN JADI MUNAFIQ!!Orang Melayu bukanlah bangsa yang sebodoh dulu..walaupun mudah MeLayu dan mudah lupa....

Concerned Malaysian said...

Tun,

I am proud to have you as PM for 22 years.

I agree with Redhuan that you are not perfect but I believe that you have acted accordingly to the best of your ability believing that that is best for Malaysia.

I just want to request that you do not break the hearts of those who are proud to be Malaysian because of you by bringing out the race card. Please continue with bangsa Malaysia and Malaysia for Malaysian.

Thank you.

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