Wednesday, April 13, 2011

I would trust HRP over hypocrite politicians of Pakatan anytime (FreeMalaysiaToday)

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From Susan David, via e-mail

Enough is Enough! I would rather take chance with Hindraf Makkal Sakthi or Human Rights Party but not the hypocrite politicians of the Pakatan.

Fifty-three years of discrimination and marginalisation of the Indian community, and yet the famous Perak Pakatan leader, former Perak Menteri Besar should be embarrassed to say: “I know that not much was done (for the Indian community) during our 11 months rule of the state,” (FMT April 11, 2011).

How much more time do Pakatan leaders need to resolve the Indian dilemma in this country? The question is what has Pakatan done for Indians in Selangor, Kedah and Penang the past three years other than grabbing their cemetery land, denial of land for Tamil schools and demolishing or closure of Hindu temples in all Pakatan states.

But the Chinese working on vegetable farms were given three acres of land immediately by Perak Pakatan and it was proudly announced by Anuar Ibrahim in his speech at Miri on April 8, 2011. The help for Chinese and Malay was done with lightning speed, in about one month of Pakatan Perak taking the reins of the state government.

Mohd Nizar Jamaluddin must resign as politician for failing the Indians and championing the Chinese and Malays. Pakatan Rakyat are even worse than BN for their double standard.

Utusan Malaysia on Jan 1, 2009 reported that “349 Rancangan Perkampungan Tersusun (RPT and 134 New Villages in Perak with 110,000 and 102,000 (60,000) titles respectively are to be given out irrespective of the national land councils orders involving almost all Malay and Chinese owners and land recipients.

The PKR, DAP and PAS Perak state government also allocated 1,000 hectares (about 2,500 acres) of land to nine Chinese schools for them to generate revenue to pay for their operational expenses, said Nizar Jamaluddin (NST 31/8/2008 pp 38).

The schools were urged to form a company to work the land and share the profits among themselves. Nizar also donated RM30,000 for each of the nine schools. But nothing for the Indians!

DAP, PKR and PAS only gave importance to their Chinese and Malay community. As Opposition leader, Anwar never fought for the Indians, only Hindraf Makkal Sakthi will be the champion of the Indians.

Shameful to say that nothing has been done to champion the cause of the Indian poor in these Pakatan ruled states. The Indians were treated like sucked oranges not only by BN but also by Pakatan leaders. Pakatan came to power by using Hindraf and the Indian support.

It is now really shameful that they have had to organise a Pakatan Rakyat Indian leadership dialogue session in Penang on April 2, 2011.

Pakatan Indian leaders pushed for changes especially in intensifying opposition to ‘Interlok’, the appointment of a special Indian aide to menteris besar in three Pakatan-ruled states, and raising the intake of Indians in municipal councils in opposition-held states.

Athi Sankar’s article “Losing Indian support: Pakatan must blame itself” (Feb 16, 2011 ). Jalan Bagan Luar DAP branch head G Asoghan said Pakatan should get rid of its denial syndrome and stop blaming Barisan Nasional (BN).

Pakatan Rakyat should blame itself for the loss of Indian support and not others. Human Rights Party leaders and grassroots Indians have pointed out that during the same short period, Pakatan governments carried out beneficial programmes for the Malays and Chinese.

Lim Guan Eng is another Pakatan hypocrite in Penang and had never granted land to all the Tamil schools and doesn’t look into the Indian problems. He never stood up for the HRP/Hindraf Makkal Sakthi NGO activists when they were arrested by police in Simpang Ampat temple and Farlim, Penang.

If Lim cannot stand up for the HRP activists who were jailed for campaigning against Interlok, I doubt he will ever stand up for Indians in any other issues affecting them.

I quote LGE’s speech summary on the Dec 12, 2007 Video entitled “Guan Eng: Indians Rich? Please prove it”. Clearly Lim Guan Eng claims that Indians are poor and need state assistance to bring them into mainstream development in Malaysia.

He requested BN to seriously look into the plights of marginalised Indians and Malaysians who are sidelined from mainstream development and to take immediate actions to protect them and share the wealth the country.

He also criticised BN government’s propaganda to use Hindraf to prove that Malaysian Indians are not poor, and that the government needs to prove this. He also said that the government must be sincere to discuss the problems instead of labelling Hindraf as terrorists or that it has links with terrorists. Lim also reminded the government should not also come out with statement to revoke citizenship of Malaysian Indians.

Lim and his fiery speech championing the Indian woes is a first class drama and it can be watched on Sunday, March 13, 2011.

What has Pakatan, especially Anwar Ibrahim and DAP’s Lim in Penang, done for the Indians for the past three years: Has he seriously look into the plights of marginalised Indians and made them part of mainstream development, did he help the many Indian families in Seberang Prai and Batu Kawan to obtain citizenship and grant land to Tamil schools in Penang?

Worst still in Kedah and Selangor. I will not trust Pakatan for they have failed in all three states and Anwar is the last person I will ever trust. He is the father of all hypocrites and he would not think twice to wound the hearts of the Indians and Hindus. Once upon a time he had threatened the Hindus by saying “… no temple bells will be sounded in Penang.”

And to make matters worst, as an opposition leader championing the three races in Peninsula Malaysia, he didn’t take a firm stand to defend the Indians struggle towards revoking Interlok. He went on to say “Interlok tiada unsur rasis: (Uploaded by BHonline1) on Jan 11, 2011.

Anwar says “The Interlok is a good novel and there is no racism in it.

(Tiada unsur-unsur penghinaan dalam Interlok)”. But the other Indian Pakatan leaders especially Kulasegaran are against the novel being used in schools nationwide.

Anwar has been always a pain in the neck for Indians and Wong Mun Chee’s article titled “Who and what Anwar is, is still a mystery” is the best written article ever on Anwar (Jan 31, 2011 FMT LETTER. It clearly shows that this Opposition Leader is truly an untrustworthy person.

Wong Mun Chee stressed that Anwar has his days numbered, either he goes behind bars or strikes a deal for a swing in power and in exchange for these blokes to continue with their billionaire lifestyle and fulfill his own agenda to become the PM.

He further said, amongst the three opposition coalition parties, the one that’s a time- bomb seems to be PKR. Why? Same principle, all proxies to ensure Anwarism, no difference from Umnorism style with their allies. Wong Mun Chee gave an outstanding statement in his conclusion.

“The crux of this letter, said Wong, is politicians are never our saviour, but we the people need to be savvy enough to understand and comprehend, with apprehension, the true objective of a politician.

This can only materialise if they are steadfast in their principles from day one, not swaying and swinging for political need no matter how you see it.”

“A good politician serves society without the typical grandeur that we observe with Anwar as and when it fits his personal agenda. Whether I have my doubts about Anwar is secondary but it is your call as members of society to hold the notion of oneness without the typical 1Malaysian and Malaysian first to flush out artificial politicians.”

It is up to the rakyat of Malaysia whether they want to support artificial politicians either in BN or Pakatan – semua 2 x 5 juga. I would rather trust Human Rights Party to help Indians that trusting the artificial politicians of Pakatan. I would rather spoil my vote but will never vote for Pakatan. To Nizar and other Pakatan leaders, please stop the appealing drama. Let your Opposition Leader Anwar Ibrahim, the number one artificial politician appeal for Indian votes.