(When it comes to crime, it always pays to have another set of eyes on the street for catch criminals in their act. The role of CCTVs in prevention of crime cannot be dismissed – it works 24 by 7 and 365 days without taking rest and it is impartial too.… [Click to read the rest] “The Malaysian Fight Against Crime”
(Yul Brynner as the majestic King of Siam in the classic movie King and I – he was born to play the role. Can you image what would have happened if a group of people walked up to the palace and demanded the King of Siam to be replaced with their “a bit-lost” leader?… [Click to read the rest] “Democracy 101: The King And I”
(Business Insider last year reported that 20 out of the top 50 dangerous cities lies in Latin America and that itself speaks for the level of criminals from that region. If left unchecked and the severity of the issue is taken for granted, this country will be overrun by them and Malaysia would end up as one of the dangerous places to be in – although this website already claim it to be.… [Click to read the rest] “Crime Index 2013: Malaysia Becoming Latin America Gangland”
(Considering how criminals these days being bold on their act, this may look funny but it is hardly a laughing matter, especially when it is not safe to venture out these days. Psst, the whole ATM machines still get “screwed” to this day. Image source: http://www.flickriver.com)… [Click to read the rest] “Crime Index 2013: Criminals Not Fear of the Law?”
I thought it will never be repealed…
(It may finally end but the question is why now and why not in 2009 or in 2010? Any law that allows the Government to hold anyone without any trials, no recourse to the courts and at the sole discretion of certain politicians in power is dangerous, unfair and allows for gross abuse.… [Click to read the rest] “A Real End of ISA?”
Ya, ya still on Bersih 2.0 rally but this is the last one, I promise…
(The famed stand-off between the peaceful protestors and police who bend on breaking up the rally at whatever the cost. Poster source: Mob’s Crib)
It has been interesting reading everyone’s post rally experiences, opinions and suggestions over Bersih 2.0’s recent rally and there have been gems such as these:-
… [Click to read the rest] “Bersih 2.0: Reform Cause Torpedoed?”
The iconic image of Bersih 2.0 was refreshing; that of its leader Ambiga Sreenivasan, former Bar Council President, serenely leaving the Istana after an audience with the King.
Or should it be where is Ibrahim Ali – the clown who talked a lot?
(At times, it seems OK to have people who talked about and threaten others – they hardly make the impact but it is not acceptable when the same idiot is a Member of Parliament and make seditious statements but remains free from arrests and prosecutions.… [Click to read the rest] “Bersih 2.0: Where is Wally?”
The real madness have started…
I guess one becomes very paranoid all over when one enters the Home Ministry. But with Bersih 2.0, it has gone beyond the realms of paranoia to an extent where wearing certain colored T-shirts could get you arrested.
Early this morning, as I pass the toll plaza and headed towards the city center, I realized that there was a massive traffic jam just after the toll plaza.… [Click to read the rest] “Bersih 2.0 – The Paranoia Had Started”
Imagine reading this news on 10th July 2011 morning:-
I have been busy with an assignment lately and I have been traveling too but as much as possible, I do try to keep abreast with the latest news at home. And one that has been quite hot in the news recently is the Bersih 2.0 rally on 9th July 2011.… [Click to read the rest] “Bersih 2.0”
They must have read my post here…
(When it comes to enforcement agencies, we have the means to start things but we sometimes lack the means to end things. We lack the enforcement. Image source: http://www.malaysia-kini.com)
It was delightful to read this, a couple days ago:-
… [Click to read the rest] “Outstanding Summons 2”
Police have issued more than 10 million “saman ekor” (traffic offences caught on camera) since 2000 and motorists who ignored these summonses risk being hauled to the police station.