More evidence show that the opposition politicians (DAP,PAS,PKR) are idoits who sleep on the job on many issues and most detrimental of all,.. the issue of gerrymandering of political constituentcies.!!!
Question : Why did they (especially lawyer Karpal S nd Lim K.S.) not object to the gerrymandering, when it was a violation of the constitution..???
Answer : 1) Because they are idiots.???
2) Becuz they were bought over by UMNO/BN.???
There are evidence that opposition politicians are "kaki ponteng" when it comes to voting for the bills...a sign of being bought over.!!! Refer ..
These are evidences that the opposition politicians were sleeping on the job, just plain idiots or were bought over causing them not to attend parliament when the bills were voted on.!!!
Jangan marah2 lah MP Pakatan Rakyat. Ini "constructive critissm" lah.!!!
Perhaps now is the time for the third force.!!!
For more information read the article below.
Illegitimacy of elections since 1984
Ravinder Singh, The Malay Mail
In his speech at the 26th convocation of Universiti Utara Malaysia
His Royal Highness the Yang Di Pertuan Agung expressed his concern about
people challenging the laws of the country, including the Federal
Constitution. He is reported to have said “The people should always
respect and uphold the law.”
In the light of the Agung’s advise,
where does the admission or confession of the former Election Commission
chief Abdul Rashid Abdul Rahman, that the three redelineation exercises
he did were done in such a way to ensure Malays retained political
power and that he did so “in a proper way, not illegally”, stand?
don’t think the Agung means that anyone is above the law or exempted
from the law. Abdul Rashid’s claim that he did the redelineation in a
proper way is a lie. What he did was illegal as it breached the 13th
schedule of the Constitution.
The three delineation exercises
were carried out in 1984, 1994 and 2003. As these were carried out in
violation of the direction of law as contained in schedule 13 of the
Constitution, it follows that all the seven (7) General Elections since
1984, i.e. in 1986, 1990, 1995, 1999, 2004, 2008 and 2013 which were
conducted based on the three unconstitutional delineation exercises, are
also unlawful and as such void.
In other words, although the BN
won all those elections, they were not won with clean hands and the
governments were formed unconstitutionally. But do any of those who won
by playing foul games, as the referee (the EC) had put obstacles, even
great obstacles in the path of the opposing teams, feel shame? The
obstacles were the huge disparities in the number of voters in the
different constituencies where the value of a vote in an opposition
supporting area was reduced to a mere 10 per cent or even less compared
to a vote in a BN supporting area. A numbers game according to Abdul
Abdul Rashid’s confession has confirmed that the EC’s
aggressively defended ‘independence’ was just a facade behind which was a
government department answerable to the Prime Minister and charged with
the responsibility of ensuring that the incumbent government remained
in power election after election at any cost. To ensure this, the
dwindling support had to be shored up with ‘correct’ delineation so that
even with fewer votes, the BN would retain its two-thirds majority.
This was the ‘vision’, ‘mission’ and duty of the EC.
The art of
gerrymandering was fined tuned to achieve this. First, the guiding
formula in the Constitution was done away with. The Constitution
initially stated that the difference in the number of voters in the
various constituencies should not be more than 15 per cent. This was
later amended to 50 per cent. After that it was fully blacked out, but
what remained, and still remains in the 13th schedule, is the phrase
that the number of voters in the different constituencies must be
‘approximately equal’ or in Malay ‘lebih kurang sama banyak’. This was a
blank cheque given to the EC. Abdul Rashid and his team were now free
to interpret ‘approximately equal’ as they wished, throwing out the
dictionary meaning of this phrase. To them, a 9kg fish was approximately
equal to a 1kg fish when a kindergarten child can tell you it is not.
It was halal as the purpose was to ensure the masters remain in power.
Could any Mufti or JAKIM please confirm this to put matters straight?
satisfied with this blank cheque, the EC introduced a ‘more efficient’
and faster way of counting votes. All ballot boxes from all the polling
stations in a state constituency used to be taken to a central counting
station, manned by a different set of election workers. The boxes would
be opened, all the ballots mixed and then counted. This way it would not
be known how voters in a small localised area had voted, e.g. how a
particular kampung or longhouse voted.
This method was not
suitable for effective gerrymandering. So the process was changed to
counting in each and every stream in every polling station immediately
after close of balloting. This way, the EC obtained excellent data on
voter sentiments in very small areas as each voting stream caters to
between 200 to 800 voters. This method of vote counting is in reality
voter-spying. It tells how many per cent of the 200 to 800 voters,
living in a small area, had voted. With this information in hand,
particular kampungs and housing areas can be put in BN-friendly or
BN-unfriendly constituencies. This tilting of the playing field, or
shifting of the goal posts, is unconstitutional, which means it is
illegal, or haram.
On the heels of Abdul Rashid’s confession
about gerrymandering we have the former deputy chief of the EC Wan Ahmad
Wan Omar fretting about being at the receiving end of public criticism
for 16 years that the EC was not independent in the way it was
conducting its affairs.
Abdul Rashid’s confession confirms that
the EC was indeed an errand boy of the Prime Minister’s department.
Being directly under the control of the Prime Minister, how could the EC
be independent if its independence could lead to jeopardising the
incumbency of the ruling party? The EC was being true to being “Saya
yang menurut perintah”. For public perception, it had to be painted as a
very independent body that was fair to both sides! Abdul Rashid’s
confession peeled off the flaking paint to reveal what it really was,
not that everyone had believed it was an independent body.
few months ago, Dr Mahathir said some people don’t feel shame like the
Japanese do when they do something wrong. This is because their culture
requires that those who bring shame upon themselves have to commit hara
kiri. Thus they make sure they do things well so as to avoid having to
hara kiri themselves. Could Dr Mahathir tell us whether both Abdul
Rashid and Wan Ahmad, who do not feel ashamed of violating the 13th
schedule of the Constitution, should perform hara kiri themselves?
about it, the longest serving prime ministership was made possible by
both these officers of the EC. So who should do hara kiri? Someone
needs to lead by example.