BREAKING NEWS! . . . Indian Navy can help keep the Chinese out of Sabah and Sarawak waters . . .

Perfection in writing for perfection in law . . .

China intruded into Arunachal Pradesh in 1962 but withdrew, under Indian Army protection, when it found that the claimed area could not be defended.

The 200K Chinese were surrounded by hostile villagers.

Their long supply lines to Tibet had been cut off.

Winter was coming.

They were literally starving. The Indian Army had to share rations with the PLA.

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India only nation that can put China in its place . . .

Indian Navy can help keep the Chinese out of Sabah and Sarawak waters!

https://mysingaporenews.blogspot.com/2022/06/new-world-order-to-replace-white-mens.html

The world knows that under the global security framework, India is the only nation that can put China in its place. It’s not about pacing, where no one can beat India, but about the border which cannot be demarcated beyond the Himalayas.

India has the best mountain brigades in the world. India has the most number of troops under UN Peace Keeping missions. America has 800 bases around the world. The US troops can be considered mercenaries.

Indian troops can go behind Chinese troops and secure the High Points. Chinese supply lines will be cut off. Rockfalls will bury Chinese positions. If the Chinese come up the High Points, the cold will kill them long before they reach the Indian troops.

India’s Blue Water Navy, which controls the Straits of Malacca, has access to naval facilities in Sabang, northern Sumatra. The Indian Navy has also been in Vietnamese waters since 2011. The Russian Navy is also present.

The Indian Navy can help keep the Chinese out of Sabah and Sarawak waters. Unfortunately, just like America, Singapore, Australia and Indonesia, among others, India is not happy with Malaysia.

If the 4.2m PLA steps one inch into India, the 1.35b people will make short work of it.

India, according to the IMF, has the 3rd largest economy in the world based on GDP in PPP terms in US$.

America remains in 1st place, driven by innovations, followed by China, a rigid society bogged down by rote learning and inability to innovate. America has plugged technology theft by China facilitated by the latter buying up US technology companies.

Except for the 50m Mongoloid tribes in the eight states in northeast India, the Negrito in the mountains of Kerala in southwest India and African tribes (Siddhi) in Sindh, Gujerat and Maharashtra, Indian are Caucasian (new white) and Caucasoid (old white).

The people in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands are probably pure Caucasoid.

Caucasian range from white to dark. Japan, except for the aboriginal Ainu, isn’t Caucasian.

The issue is not colour but the rule of law.

China does not subscribe to the rule of law. The rule of law arises from within, not from without.

The rule of law does not exist if the judiciary is not independent of the Executive and Legislature. In China, the court and the PLA report to the CCP. The people have lost their sovereignty.

China has emerged as a grave threat to the global security framework.

America, if acting with impunity as against Russia, will impose sanctions against China.

In America, the right hand doesn’t know what the left hand is doing. America’s embrace is deadly, her breath poisonous.

India will not be party to illegalities like pitting one country against another.

India will not abandon America and, by extension, the EU. They are bound by common values.

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BREAKING NEWS! . . . Memoirs by Malaysian politicians no True Confessions . . .

Perfection in writing for perfection in law . . .

Memoirs by Malaysian politicians no True Confessions . . .

Memoirs based on selective amnesia raise more questions than are answered!

Commentary and Analysis . . . History probably may not judge almost all of the spate of local Memoirs kindly. These Memoirs by politicians all have common themes marked by selective amnesia.

Lee Lam Thye for example, according to a former Sabah state secretary, allegedly works very little but floods the media with press statements designed to help build up public perceptions on the political personality cult revolving around him. There’s no counter narrative on Lee Lam Thye in the media to demolish the myth of a male version of Mother Teresa.
If push comes to shove, the Sabahan senior civil servant may make good material witness and character witness on Lee Lam Thye. See here . . .

and here . . .

and here . . .

https://www.thestar.com.my/news/nation/2022/06/17/lam-thyes-journey-now-chronicled-in-a-biography

The common themes in the Memoirs arise from starting stories in the middle, looking at only part of a story which suits the convenience of the writer, avoiding true confessions or self-incriminations, and leaving probably nothing but an empty torrent of words and/or diarrhoea of words for posterity.

Form of literature . . .

The Memoirs may be a perverse form of literature, viz. on characters and moral values, which have to be read between the lines. There are many other stories making the rounds on the writers. It’s inherent in our nature, more true in the East, to belabour in delusions, indulge in flights of fancy, work the imagination overtime, take liberties with the truth and deny the personal Truth although — in a contradiction in terms — we may seek the Truth in spiritual ways.

Life isn’t black and white. It comes in various shades of grey. There are exceptions, qualifiers, caveats, ifs and buts. One size does not fit all. Knowledge, like money, is intrinsically worthless. It’s skills that matter. If one wants to lie, then be good at it. Otherwise, it’s counterproductive.

The bookshops tell us that local Memoirs don’t do well even when cover prices are slashed for recovering printing costs. Even Memoirs by Mahathir Mohamad and Lee Kuan Yew are gathering dust in the storerooms. Former journalists have stopped working on documentation. The books don’t sell and reality quickly sinks in. The failure to tell the truth comes at a very high cost.

Best seller . . .

Wannabe politician and former Attorney General Tommy Thomas’, “My Story: Justice in the Wilderness”, may be an exception, considering that the book hit the best seller list within days.

The book’s worth may lie in the criticism of the Attorney General’s Chambers, the legal fraternity, the court, judiciary, government, politicians and all and sundry.

I stand corrected but not on Syrian Christian.

The Thomas recall on the history of Christianity and Hinduism in Kerala, southwest India, being full of holes, may have been taken from erroneous Hindu sources. Thomas should have taken Hindu sources with more than a pinch of salt. The jury may no longer be out on whether Hindu are the most notorious liars, frauds and criminals in history. It does not help when they created the evil caste system which prohibits upward social mobility, based on distortion of Karma, and politically incorrect views, viz. past lives, Karma from past lives, reincarnation and rebirth; and discrimination and violation of human rights. See here . . .

https://www.malaymail.com/news/what-you-think/2022/06/14/religious-warfare-in-india-jason-loh/12334

and here . . .

First religion . . .

In Church tradition, Christianity brought by Aramaic and Hebrew speakers from Syria and Jerusalem was the first religion in Kerala. Hinduism came much later after Buddhism. In fact, the people in south India were converts to Hinduism which came from the north. Hindu claim that Christian in Kerala are converts from Hinduism. The Church begs to differ. It’s true that Roman Catholics are converts but from Syrian Christianity following Portuguese occupation for a time. Anyway, let’s not go there.

Hinduism isn’t religion but a collection of local practices which vary from place to place in India. Sivalingga worship in the south was merged with Hinduism from the north, i.e. Brahma Worship and Vishnu Worship, and the Trinity (Teen Murthi) was completed. There’s no God in Hinduism but only people who have moved on and were regarded as Gods and Goddesses. Christian in India should ask Hindu temples to host statues of Jesus and Mary. Hindu feel there’s a great spirit, paramatma, which permeates everything. Jesus mentioned the Holy Spirit in us.

Mustapha Harun . . .

An aborted biography on Mustapha Harun may help keep the culture of Memoirs in perspective. See here . . .
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mustapha_Harun

After I was commissioned by Mustapha to write his biography, I resolved against writing the Memoirs of any politician. Mustapha related so many stories full of holes during the brief 21 days that I spent interviewing him over three months. It made the head spin because there were too many gaps to plug. Writers in the West usually get access to intelligence files and declassified documents. I abandoned the exercise in futility. Eddie Sequerah, my colleague at AsiaWeek, prophesied that I would regret not writing Mustapha’s Memoirs. He arranged the commission in return for being mentioned on the book cover as co-writer.

The commission letter on the Mustapha biography read, “by Joe Fernandez and Eddie Sequerah”. Then, the letter read, “by Eddie Sequerah and Joe Fernandez”. That was the proverbial straw that broke the camel’s back.

Another AsiaWeek writer . . .

Sequerah contacted MGG Pillai, another AsiaWeek colleague, to write the book. Pillai agreed to write the book provided Sequerah or someone else did all the interviews and research. The latter mentioned my interviews. Pillai wanted the notes on them.

Sequerah came back. He demanded that I hand over all the notes on the interviews with Mustapha. I asked him about the rumours in town that he had secured another letter from Mustapha, mentioning my name, and collected RM450K from Jeffrey Kitingan to sponsor the book. He denied it angrily. He wanted a meeting with Jeffrey on the matter. I gave him the benefit of the doubt.

In an about turn, he offered to pay me RM50K in ten installments, each time RM5K, after I fax him some chapters of the book. I advised him to keep the RM50K and write the book.

Sequerah sent a thug after me to collect the notes of my interviews with Mustapha. I told the thug the whole story on the Mustapha book. He never came back.

Sequerah has moved on. It’s said that we should not talk ill of the dead. We are not talking ill of him. The story must be set straight as a matter of public record although, it’s said, that there are no secrets in Sabah. The last time I saw Sequerah was after Mustapha passed away in 1995 after suffering an asthma attack. He was on an escalator at a shopping complex in Kota Kinabalu. He turned around suddenly, smiled from the distance and waved.

To this day, I have yet to ask Jeffrey about the RM450K. No one in Sabah can whisper that I took the RM450K and didn’t write the book. It defies logic although dead men tell no tales.

Longterm memories . . .

Much water has passed under the bridge. I have no regrets on not writing Mustapha’s Memoirs. He never kept notes and diaries. Otherwise, he would have handed them over. His memory was faulty and he may have resorted literally, or inadvertently, to making things up. Some of the things that he said, based on longterm memories, may be more accurate unless he took liberties with the truth.

He denied the contents of a letter which Peter Mojuntin wrote to Tun Abdul Razak. The letter is in “The Golden Son of the Kadazan” by Bernard Sta Maria. The book stays banned in print probably because of the letter. It was a litany of complaints on forced conversions, especially in the Ranau area, and how Mustapha dealt with foreign priests in Sabah, among other issues.

Based on personal testimonies, these forced conversions have come back to haunt Sabah. Many “new” Muslim have reportedly gone back to their old ways but the religion in the MyKad hasn’t been corrected. They pour out their woes in the social media. It appears that Sabah has an extraordinarily high number of apostates. See here . . .

https://archive.org/details/TheGoldenSonOfTheKadazancompact

Buddhist . . .

We have a story on these “new” Muslim. The Buddhist husband of a “new” Muslim Orang Asal lady from Ranau, who prefers to use her “Christian” name in social media, is in court. They want the son to get a birth certificate which does not mention religion. The lady approached me when their lawyer, after taking fees, sat on the case. I called up the lawyer and things began moving in court after that. The case will probably peter out if the High Court points in the direction of the syariah court. The High Court should never mention syariah. It’s not law.

There’s lacuna (gap) in local law on syariah. We have Advisory Opinion, based on case law, from the Supreme Court of India.

The Indian Apex court, in rejecting a Petition to ban syariah, declared that syariah wasn’t law but based on a person’s willingness to accept it. However, cautioned the court, it would be unconstitutional to impose syariah on anyone.

In jurisprudence and constitutional law, law must have source to have jurisdiction, authority and power. Syariah does not have source. In jurisprudence, God is not a source in law.

If syariah, like Adat and the Ten Commandments, was based on customary practices, it would have force of law. Syariah, however, claims Divine origin. The Ten Commandments existed in oral tradition before Moses came down from the mountain with two stone tablets enscribed with them.

Divine origin laws . . .

The only Divine origin laws that exist are eternal laws based on eternal truth. All the laws of science, for example, are eternal laws based on eternal truth.

Other eternal laws, being “spiritual” in nature, are subtle and revolve around mostly what Jesus explained about eternal truth. He said, “you shall know the truth and the truth shall set you free”.

“The truth, once it emerges, cannot be hidden. It will be shouted from the rooftops.”

The truth, based on the personal experience of those spiritually inclined, has a lifeforce of its own once it emerges. It must come into fruition i.e. materialise and manifest.

This can be seen in Karma, the law of cause and effect, and the 1st eternal law based on eternal truth.

Karma does not exist unless we create it. It has been observed that what others do to us is their Karma. How we react is our Karma. The Karmic forces exhaust themselves sooner or later when there’s realisation on the spiritual nature of truth. The war in Ukraine, for example, will not last forever. It’s an eternal truth, in the Book of Genesis, that if anything has a beginning, it will have an end.

Mustapha’s legacy . . .

In the wake of Mustapha’s legacy, there are many cases on religion in the High Court of Borneo. In law, the High Court has no jurisdiction if Applicants say that they want Islam to be dropped from the MyKad and substituted with another religion. The court cannot get into theology. It’s only about law.

The High Court can consider an Application involving religion if the Applicant first fills a correction form at the National Registration Dept (NRD). The form must request that details on religion be left blank.

If the NRD denies the correction form, the Applicant can Apply for Leave for Judicial Review and file, at the same time, the Application for Judicial Review on the matter. In law, the High Court can order the NRD to remove religion from the MyKad.

Before Malaysia, there were no inter-faith conversions in Sabah upon marriage.

Illegal immigrants . . .

Conversions aside, Mustapha denied that he was the main person behind the influx of illegal immigrants in Sabah. He claimed that as Chief Minister before 1976, he only allowed 1, 200 Sulu refugees from the Philippines to enter Sabah. He lamented that a letter on this authorisation was used repeatedly, 1, 200 people at a time, to allow thousands to enter the Territory and secure the IMM13 pass which ensures legal residence. IMM13 holders don’t need work permit. Banks however do not accept the document to open an account. Those affected keep their savings in gold.

Other snippets from the aborted Mustapha Memoirs, worth recalling, may make useful reading.

He prided himself on his command of English and wondered why local graduates were lacking in the language. He began life as an office boy after dropping out in Year 1 in Sabah. Sequerah said that Mustapha was born on a nearby island in the Philippines.

Mustapha confirmed that Orang Asal leader Donald Stephens never wanted Malaysia. The latter visited the Suluk leader in London, where the Year 1 dropout was attending a short course in the English language. They discussed independence for North Borneo. Mustapha cautioned that the British would never agree. In retrospect, as related by Mustapha, he called Tunku Abdul Rahman when Malaya was about to get independence on 31 Aug 1957. Tunku felt that North Borneo could not join the Federation of Malaya since the former territory “was so far away” and besides it was not in the peninsula.

Malaysia . . .

In 1962, at the Foreign Correspondents Club in Singapore, Tunku disclosed the plans for Malaysia which covered North Borneo, Sarawak, Brunei, and Singapore as well. Ironically, Mustapha from the Philippines may have been the real Father of Malaysia. He may have been worried about the future of the local Muslim community in a territory which was 80 per cent non-Muslim. Malaysia may have been Mustapha’s idea of ensuring that the Muslim had a place in the sun after the British left Sabah.

The term Sabah, said Mustapha, was a kind of banana. The Datu (traditional chiefs) from Sulu saw many Sabah plants in the Lahad Datu area where they first landed. They called the place Sabah. The Sulu sultanate’s claim to Sabah refers to the Lahad Datu area and by extension to Tawau and the eastern seaboard stretching northwards beyond Sandakan.

Tunku wasn’t very happy with the close relationship between Mustapha and Stephens. He cautioned that Stephens would one day kill Mustapha “politically”. The caution followed Mustapha turning up in Kuala Lumpur and proposing that Stephens be sent to Australia as High Commissioner.

Mustapha got the idea after he saw Stephens walking in town, one day, near the Capital Hotel in Kota Kinabalu. The Suluk leader stopped his car and offered to send Stephens home. On the way, they discussed Stephen’s proposed appointment.

In 1976, Stephens returned from Australia and led the Berjaya Party to victory over Mustapha’s Usno (United Sabah National Organisation).

Usno, in recent days, joined the ruling Gabungan Rakyat Sabah (GRS) coalition.

The Mustapha biography may finally be out. I haven’t read it.
See here . . .
https://search.library.wisc.edu/catalog/999501429102121

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BREAKING NEWS! . . . Say NO to Bogus Malay MyKad . . .

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Say NO to Bogus Malay MyKad . . .

Genuine Malay MyKad based on reading 1st Prong and 2nd Prong TOGETHER in the Definition of Malay in Article 160(2).

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The Constitution came first in English. The Constitution in English is the valid version in law.

The Constitution in Bahasa Malaysia — not the national language — is translation.

If there’s conflict between the English and Bahasa Malaysia versions of the Constitution, the English version will prevail in law.

It was the British who first codified Malay as an administrative term for Muslim from various races in Malaya who communicated in the language. Originally, the term Malay covered non-Muslim as well i.e. especially the Baba Nonya, Chitty, Malacca Portuguese, Siamese and Burmese.

The first Constitution of Malaya, before 1948, described all the people in Malaya, Muslim and Malay, as Malay. Indian and Chinese in Malaya never resisted being described as Malay by form of identity.

The people in south India refer to Indian in Malaya as MalayaKaran (male) and MalayaKari (female).

The people in south China refer to Chinese in Malaya as Malai.

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Definition of Malay . . .

The purpose of defining Malay in Article 160(2) the Constitution, as a form of identity, was to include the “Merdeka group” — i.e. the wannabe Malay MyKad holders — alongside the Orang Asli in Malaya, and later the Orang Asal in the Borneo Territories — North Borneo and Sarawak — under Article 153 (Special Position by way of Reasonable Proportion) in four specific areas viz. intake into the civil service, intake into training institutes owned by the gov’t, gov’t scholarships, and opportunities to do business with the gov’t.

The wannabe Malay MyKad holders, on the eve of Merdeka on 31 Aug 1957, were not British subjects but subjects of the sultan. It’s not known how they became Malayan citizens. The sultan, Indian, Chinese and Others were British subjects.

Malay MyKad holders, unlike Orang Asal and Orang Asli, don’t have NCR land under Adat i.e. customary practices which have force of law.

Anyone with locus standi can go to the High Court of Malaya and file an Originating Summons on what I post on the Definition of Malay in Article 160(2) and Malay MyKads.

India and the World Order . . .

The Federal Court, sitting as the Constitutional Court, can interpret the intention of the framers of the Constitution and intention of Parliament.

There’s case law from the High Court of Malaya on the Definition of Malay in Article 160(2).

Malay is not race but form of identity in law. Islam is form of identity in theology for the Arab people in Saudi Arabia, not for Others outside the Saudi Arabian peninsula.

Islam believes there has been Creation, and therefore it means there’s a Creator i.e. individual, person, ego, I. After Creation, if there has been a Creator, the Creator has no work.

Read . . . Petmal Oil (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd v. Che Mariah Mohd Tahir (Trading As Delta Mec Enterprise) [1994] 3 CLJ 638.

Malay was misnomer for Austronesian among early western scholars.

The issue is that there’s no Malay race, no Malay genes, no Malay DNA, no Malay society, no Malay people, no Malay community, no Malay civilisation.

That’s the thesis statement.

Malay don’t exist even if they appear to exist in public perceptions. It’s rotten politics to say that Malay exist.

Civilisation is defined by contribution to the development of human thought.

There are only people with Malay MyKad.

Malay MyKad based only on the 1st Prong of the Definition of Malay in Article 160(2) are Bogus.

Only the Malay MyKad based on reading the 1st Prong and 2nd Prong of the Definition of Malay in Article 160(2) TOGETHER are Genuine.

Say NO to Bogus Malay MyKad.

Bugis for example, and Malay, are two separate languages.

Bugis for example can’t call themselves Malay by race.

Mahathir is Malayalee (Indian) by race. He said that his family came to Malaya before Merdeka on 31 Aug 1957.

Najib is Bugis (Indonesian) by race.

Rosmah is Minangkabu (Indonesian) by race.

MainHiding is Javanese (Indonesian) by race.

Zahid is Javanese (Indonesian) by race. He holds Bogus Malay MyKad. He came to Malaya from Java in 1965 i.e. after Merdeka on 31 Aug 1965.

Tengku Adnan is Tamil from Aceh in northern Sumatra (Indonesian) by race.

Malay is a language not originated by race.

The Malay language was created by Hindu and Buddhist from southeast India to be the lingua franca of the Archipelago.

The Archipelago was named after the Malay language.

Malay was based on a Cambodian dialect, Tamil, Sanskrit and Pali. The original script was Indian.

Malay in Tamil and Malayalam means hill/mountain.

Malayalam, the language of Kerala, means hilly/mountainous world.

Malayalam is the language of the Malayalee, the people of Kerala. Malayalee means people of the hills/mountains.

Malaya is an English word based on Malay in Tamil and Malayalam.

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Bogus Malay MyKad . . .

http://www.dailyexpress.com.my/news/194435/bangladeshis-admit-getting-mykad/

UPDATE . . .

The racist leaders of the Malay MyKad holders, bogus and genuine, turn everything into a racial issue. Example: Bahasa Kebangsaan under Article 152.

Only the leaders and their family, relatives, friends, nominees, proxies and cronies benefit.

The bribery, corruption and money laundering in Malaysia arises, among others, from the 30 per cent free pink shares for Bumiputera in publicly listed Companies.

That’s one way that Bapa PTI and GodFather of World Corruption MahaTHIEF’s children all became multibillionaires.

It’s distortion, deviation and depravity on Article 153.

There are eerie similarities between the racist Sinhalese leaders in Sri Lanka and the racist leaders of the Malay MyKad holders, bogus and genuine, in Malaysia.

Bapa PTI and GodFather of World Corruption MahaTHIEF, whose children are all multibillionaires, stays in a glasshouse with Malay MyKad and throws stones at all and sundry especially Najib who represents the politics around an Old Family of Malay MyKad holders.

The politics of Malay MyKad holders, bogus and genuine, revolve around Old Families holding Malay MyKad.

MahaTHIEF makes all sorts of statements to remain in the public eye.

He has to remain in the public eye lest people forget him and his politics becomes zero.

The best way to deal with MahaTHIEF is to ignore him. Don’t comment on anything he says.

He will disappear into obscurity.

Otherwise, he will continue to remain in the public eye and create all sorts of problems including for those with Malay MyKad, bogus and genuine.

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Indonesia never said there was a Malay race in the country although there was a small group of people in three districts — Rhio, Lingga and southwest Borneo — who habitually speak Malay at home besides Bahasa Indonesia.

Other Indonesians speak their mother tongue and Bahasa Indonesia at home.

Bahasa Melayu isn’t Bahasa Indonesia and vice versa. Bahasa Indonesia, based on Bahasa Melayu, is 20pc Dutch, and has many loanwords from English, and much more local languages and dialects than in Malaysia.

Bahasa Melayu has never been the official language of Indonesia.

Bahasa Melayu has never been in official use in Malaya since Bahasa Malaysia emerged by 1969. Bahasa Malaysia and Bahasa Indonesia may be similar except for no Dutch loanwords in the former and loanwords from a smaller number of local languages and dialects. There are English loanwords in Bahasa Malaysia as well.

Bahasa Melayu, based on a Cambodian dialect, also includes loanwords from Tamil, Sanskrit, and Pali. When ten words of Bahasa Melayu are spoken, five to seven of them would be Sanskrit, the language used in Hindu temples. Pali is a Sanskrit dialect used in sacred Buddhist scriptures.

The Johor-Rhio-Lingga version of Bahasa Melayu is the Bahasa Kebangsaan (national language) of Malaysia under Article 152. It’s also the national language in Singapore.

Order 92, Rule 1, of the Rules of the High Court on the national language — Article 152 Bahasa Melayu (Johor-Rhio-Lingga) — is redundant.

They should define the national language in Article 152.

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BREAKING NEWS! . . . Indian Navy can help keep the Chinese out of Sabah and Sarawak waters . . .

India only nation that can put China in its place!

Democracy . . .

Democracy isn’t about voting once in five years and going home to sleep until the next general election.

Democracy only works if the people participate.

The people should form movements on issues and lock up as many politicians as possible. They should take to the streets if the gov’t closes the door to dialogue and the court denies them a hearing.

Local gov’t elections, suspended since 1965, should be brought back for bottom up democracy. The top down approach has never worked.

The people should avoid political personality cults, political parties, party politics, membership in political parties, and new forms of tribalism and feudalism under the guise of democracy.

Pre-election coalitions circumscribe the democratic process by endorsing elite power sharing and denies the grassroots majority meaningful participation in elections.

Coalition should come after elections.

Winners should get at least 51 per cent of the votes counted in a seat. Otherwise, there should be election runoff between the top two contenders.

Parties should only contest seats where they have a 50:50 chance of winning at least in the 2nd round.

Leaders of Malay MyKad holders, bogus and genuine, turn everything into racial and religious issues for votes.

Other MyKad holders, in response, degenerate into rhetorics and polemics. They should focus on political issues. Race and religion are not political issues.

All politics are about restructuring the distribution of power and restructuring the distribution of revenue and resources.

The stock market and the exchange rate are speculative activities.

They are not the real economy.

They don’t contribute to the creation of wealth by producing goods and services.

Malay MyKad holders, bogus and genuine, should swear by the brightest and best, from among them, leading the Way for them.

Other MyKad holders should swear by the brightest and best, from around the world, leading the Way for All.

Orang Asal should swear by the brightest and best, from among them, leading the Way for them.

They should protect NCR land.

Orang Asal should pick a few issues and stick to it:

Sarawak, controlled by Malaya proxies since 1966, should be returned to the Orang Asal. The majority of Sarawak is NCR land. Orang Laut or Kirieng (called Sarawak Malay by the Brookes) and Orang Sungai (Melanau) are not Orang Asal. They don’t have NCR land. Therein lies the abuse of power, conflict of interest and criminal breach of trust by the non-Orang Asal being party to illegalities viz. theft of NCR land.

The elephant in the room in Sabah is PTI born outside the state but holding local late registration (Sabah) birth certs.

They have been given bogus Malay MyKad to register as voters.

Bogus Malay MyKad are based on the 1st Prong of the Definition of Malay in Article 160(2) only.

Genuine Malay MyKad are based on reading the 1st Prong and 2nd Prong TOGETHER.

Malay MyKad are confined to S’pore and Malaya and governed by Merdeka, 31 Aug 1957, the cutoff line to be eligible to hold Malay MyKad.

The majority of those with Malay MyKad in Sabah don’t originate from S’pore and Malaya.

Say NO to PTI;

Again, many late registration birth certs are held by PTI born outside Sabah;

PTI in electoral rolls;

electoral integrity;

Federal gov’t non-compliant on MA’63;

Sabah and Sarawak to compete under their flag in international sports meets;

Sabah and Sarawak to attend international bodies under their flag as either observers or participants;

Sabah and Sarawak to seek observer status in UN and UN bodies;

Sabah and Sarawak to seek observer status in ASEAN;

Sabah and Sarawak to have Ambassadors and High Commissioners overseas and accept Ambassadors and High Commissioners;

Sabah and Sarawak to withdraw from Federal Cabinet, Federal gov’t and M’sian Parliament;

Sabah and Sarawak to set up Regional Parliaments;

The Cabinet System is based on two great principles viz. consensus — i.e. no voice against — and collective responsibility. The Doctrine of Separation of Powers and the rule of law, the basis of the Constitution, preside.

If the nature of human relationships need to be regulated, it can be done by the rule of law, or by other approaches like Conventions — the working of the Constitution — out of court settlements, and Pardon, among others.

The rule of law arises from within, from the Constitution, it’s not imposed from outside.

In the rule of law, the basis of the Constitution, there’s greater emphasis on the spirit of the law, albeit read with the letter of the law.

The letter of the law, by itself, isn’t law.

In the rule of law, no one is above the law, all are equal under the law, there can be no discrimination, and where there are rights, there are remedies.

The rule of law is about the court, not the gov’t.

In China, the court and the PLA report to the CCP.

nullum crimen sine lege (no crime without law), nullum poena sine lege (no punishment without law).

The reality is that there’s no law. It only exists if we create it.

Those “guilty” can be freed if the court cannot find the law against the accused.

Those seeking compensation would be rewarded if the court cannot find the law against the Submission.

There should be Permanent Dialogue Mechanism for Sabah, Sarawak and Malaya on the M’sian Common Market. Brunei, Singapore, South Thailand and southern Philippines can be included.

BREAKING NEWS! . . . Media should allow right of reply . . .

Perfection in writing for perfection in law . . .

Media should allow right of reply . . .

The media, an unthinking animal, can be manipulated!

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The Clients should march against the lawyers for allegedly cheating them.

I was sued by a lawyer for RM75m. I gave space in Malaysiakini to a Client who was allegedly cheated for 15 years on reimbursement of land premiums.

Judge David Wong struck out the case for contempt of court after the other side agreed with senior lawyer Rakhbir Singh to withdraw the case.

Rakhbir naively agreed that the other side was at liberty to file afresh after protesting against my instructions to cite the other side for contempt. He said that Malaysian lawyers hate jurisprudence and constitutional law.

I prepared the entire case myself.

Malaysiakini accused me of citing the other side for contempt without consulting them. They had already agreed to settle the matter out of court by publishing a suitable apology and cringing, crawling and grovelling.

Apparently, to get the out-of -court settlement with the other side, malaysiakini allegedly agreed to kick me out. The Board of Directors gave the High Court a letter to confirm that although the errant Article was published under my name, in law I was not the Author of the content.

Malaysiakini Editor in Chief Steven Gan said in an email that he won’t upload my Articles until I paid half of Rakhbir’s fees and obtained a good discount on their half of the fees.

Rakhbir’s response remains unprintable.

Malaysiakini hasn’t paid Rakhbir to this day.

He said that he will only sue malaysiakini if I prepare the case and turn up as the material witness.

The Client failed to collect the money through Christina Liew. She did not want to go after another lawyer.

Liew called me and set up an appointment for me with her Client.

The errant lawyer blamed Jeffrey G Kitingan for the case. The Client saw him and Anwar Ibrahim. I was there when he handed over a copy of his case file.

In a separate case, ironically, Malaysiakini was fined RM500K by the Federal Court for allegedly facilitating contempt of court by five subscribers.

Malaysiakini, based on its own explanation on commenting terms and community standards, was found guilty. It was a flawed system and intrinsically a violation of human rights.

The Federal Court said it had no jurisdiction on the Review since it was in fact an Appeal for another bite at the cherry.

Malaysiakini allegedly denies the right of reply to even its own content, exercises censorship and imposes self-censorship.

It has been accused of blocking mobile phones and whatsApp and blocking email addresses.

It permanently bans subscription accounts.

After my comment below an Article by Terence Netto on Malay citizenship, malaysiakini banned my subscription account permanently.

Malay MyKad holders were not British subjects on the eve of Merdeka on 31 Aug 1957. Hence, it’s not known how they became citizens. They were subjects of the sultan. The sultan, Indian, Chinese and Others in Malaya were British subjects.

Malay under Malay MyKad isn’t race but a form of identity. Refer to Definition of Malay in Article 160(2). Many Malay MyKad holders have bogus documents i.e. based on only the 1st Prong of Article 160(2).

Genuine Malay MyKad are based on reading the 1st Prong and 2nd Prong together.

There’s case law on the Definition of Malay.

Read . . . Petmal Oil (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd v. Che Mariah Mohd Tahir (Trading As Delta Mec Enterprise) [1994] 3 CLJ 638.

There’s no Malay race, no Malay genes, no Malay DNA, only form of identity as seen in Malay MyKad.

In any case, let’s move on.

The court of law isn’t about truth. It’s only about law.

The court of law isn’t about ethics, moral values, theology, sin, God, justice or righteousness.

In law, I never say this is the law, and that isn’t the law.

I only offer Opinion that can stand up in court.

Opinion isn’t law. Only the court can declare law.

If the nature of human relationships should be regulated, it’s done by law, seldom by other means.

In the rule of law, the basis of the Constitution, there’s greater emphasis on the spirit of the law, albeit read with the letter of the law.

The letter of the law, by itself, isn’t law.

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BREAKING NEWS! . . . Very few can master the English language . . .

Perfection in writing for perfection in law . . .

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The writer, in a contradiction in terms, mentions mastery and fluency in the same breath.

The clueless politicians too use the term mastery.

How many people in Malaysia can say that they have mastered Bahasa M’sia — with many loanwords from English — or Bahasa Melayu (Johor-Rhio-Lingga version) for that matter?

Consider the following:

Mastery (highest level)

Proficiency

Fluency

Familiarity (lowest level)

Many people in Malaysia are only familiar with the English language.

If TV subtitles in Bahasa M’sia were taken away, the standard of English in the country can only go up.

Very few people will be able to master the English language.

A language can only be mastered by someone working on his or her own. It’s not possible for a language teacher to help a student master a language.

Language comes from within, from the Spirit, not from without. It’s about perfection in writing for perfection in law.

Law, ultimately, is the power of language.

If the nature of human relationships need to be regulated, it can be done by law or by other means.

If it’s regulated by other means, both sides in dispute on issues in conflict must agree.

In Malaysia, education and language are bogged down by politics. The politicians decide the direction in order to remain in the public eye and woo voters in a rabid racist way. This is an exercise in futility.

The people should be given choices.

The issue is choices, not English or Bahasa, mastery or fluency.

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BREAKING NEWS! . . . Indonesia, after America and the Gulf States, interests India . . .

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If the Federal Court does not declare mistrial, Pardon for miscarriage of justice may be the fallback option.

It may be an uphill task to reset relations with India. The damage has been done.

BJP will be a stumbling block.

Najib has mentioned India quite a number of times . . . re Covid-19, IT and tourism, among others. The gov’t took no interest.

BJP takes unconventional approaches.

They don’t forget easily if any country pits Pakistan against India. There’s no basis for comparison. Malaysia is emulating Pakistan on Arabisation although it has failed.

Indonesia has opened its economy to India. Indonesia, after America and the Gulf States, interests India.

Indonesia has preserved its Hindu and Buddhist past.

Indonesia needs Indian expatriates in IT and Finance.

India provides market opportunities for Indonesia. Elon Musk’s EV is an example.

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BREAKING NEWS! . . . It’s the work of the police to maintain peace at all costs . . .

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It’s the work of the police to maintain peace at all costs . . .

Gov’t, by its very nature, is Evil!

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Gov’t, on paper, can do whatever it wants unless restrained by the court or by the people taking to the streets.

Gov’t, by its very nature, is Evil.

It’s the work of the police to maintain peace at all costs.

The police in India, in taking a leaf from Israel, demolished the homes of 100 people who took to the streets. They alleged that Mohd, their Prophet, had been insulted by two ruling BJP activists.

India subscribes to the rule of law, the basis of the Constitution.

Those whose homes were demolished can go to court but not on Prophet Mohd. The court is only about law.

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BREAKING NEWS! . . . Malaysia long long way off from ‘happy days’ for justice system . . .

Perfection in writing for perfection in law . . .

Malaysia long long way off from ‘happy days’ for justice system . . .

Cosmetic touches now and then don’t resolve numerous complaints for years on law and lawyers in Malaysia!

Commentary and Analysis . . . De Facto Law Minister Wan Junaidi Tuanku Jaafar’s statement on the death penalty, among others, may be nothing more than the proverbial drop in the ocean on the rule of law, the basis of the Constitution. See here . . .
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We have heard all this before when Batu Sapi MP V. K. Liew was de facto Law Minister and also from Attorney General Tommy Thomas. The AG, a dedicated serial chronic complainer, returned home after several years in exile in Canada where the thermometer can plunge below 30 degrees Celsius in many places. It was Thomas, according to Liew in the media, who advised him against mentioning the Malaysia Agreement 1963 (MA’63) in Article 1(2) of the Federal Constitution. The reason, ostensibly, was to avoid “complications”. In that case, “complications” loom since the Federal gov’t has amended Article 1(2) to mention MA’63.

Liew was with the Barisan Nasional (BN) coalition long before GE14 and also with the Pakatan Harapan (PH) alliance which seized the reins of power in Putrajaya on Wed 9 May 2018. He passed away suddenly in hospital in Kota Kinabalu. The cause of death was listed as pneumonia.

Extract from statement on death penalty . . .

“Further studies will be carried out with cooperation from the Attorney General’s Chambers, the Legal Affairs Division of the Prime Minister’s Department as well as other ministries or departments.”

“Such action is very significant to ensure that amendment to the related legislation take into consideration proportionality and the constitutionality of such principles.”

“The government will also carry out a study on the direction of the country’s criminal justice system, the establishment of pre-sentencing procedures, the forming of a Sentencing Council, the development of Sentencing Guidelines, the establishment of a Law Commission, prison reform, and the execution of sentences based on restorative justice.”

“All these decisions reflect the government’s priority to ensure that the rights of all quarters are protected and guaranteed.”

“This also reflects the leadership of the country and transparency on improving the criminal justice system.”

Trust deficit . . .

We can believe the government when it happens. We know that nursing mothers, for example, are being remanded and jailed for several months for allegedly taking baby formula from supermarkets and leaving the premises without paying for them. There are also disturbing numbers of deaths in police custody. These may be caused by the police acting with impunity or being poorly trained. See here . . .
https://www.malaymail.com/news/malaysia/2022/05/25/survey-finds-majority-of-malaysians-do-not-trust-government-or-media/8794

There was no mention in Wan Junaidi’s statement of the “ouster clauses” which compromised the judicial power of the Federation. The Doctrine of Separation of Powers protects the judiciary from the legislature and Executive and vice versa. The judicial power of the Federation cannot be taken away from the judiciary in court even if it’s taken away by Parliament. The court will not allow it. Only the court can declare law.

PAS trouble in government . . .

PAS has been discreetly pushing behind the scenes in government, in allegedly taking a leaf from the party’s version of syariah, for disproportionate punishment in the criminal court and even the syariah court. In jurisprudence and criminal law, disproportionate punishment and harsh tribal punitive measures are unlawful. PAS remains in the public eye — read votes — on disproportionate punishment. According to jurisprudence, God isn’t a source in law. Law must have source to have jurisdiction, authority and power.

Wan Junaidi failed to mention Order 92, Rule 1, of the Rules of the High Court on the national language — Article 152 Bahasa Melayu — which may be redundant.

PAS Deputy President Ibrahim Man was behind the current controversy created by Prime Minister Ismail Sabri on Bahasa Melayu. In fact, the PM is using Bahasa Malaysia and passing it off as Bahasa Melayu in a divisive way which annoys non-Malay and the Borneo Territories in particular. Indonesia has declared that Bahasa Indonesia — 20 per cent based on Dutch, and there are also loanwords from English and local languages and dialects — isn’t Bahasa Melayu and vice versa.

Judicial Review . . .

The High Court is telling Applicants to go to the syariah court if they want to drop Islam from the MyKad. In law, the High Court can order the National Registration Dept (NRD) to drop religion from an Applicant’s MyKad. The Constitution enshrines freedom of conscience.

Syariah, according to the Supreme Court of India which rejected a Petition to ban it, isn’t law but based on a person’s willingness to accept it. The court cautioned that it would be unconstitutional to impose syariah on anyone.

Based on Wan Junaidi’s statement, we don’t know whether the court will go into the unfairness of government procedures in judicial review and consider the merits as well in such Applications.

See here on judicial review . . .
https://www.newmalaysiaherald.com/2022/06/08/najibs-new-src-evidence-may-put-appeal-on-backburner/

The Federal Court cited an irrelevant principle in law from the Supreme Court of India in the judicial review case filed by the Herald, the Catholic weekly, on Allah being used in Malay print to refer to the “Christian God” as well.

Cases from the Commonwealth can be cited, as advisory, if there’s a lacuna (gap) in local law.

The Federal Court declared that it was not integral in the practice of Christianity in the Borneo Territories to use Allah in Malay print, implying for the “Christian God”. It cited the “integral” principle in the Indian case law.

The Supreme Court of India declared that it was not integral in the Ananda Marg Faith — a variation of Hinduism — to “dance in the streets of Calcutta”.

The use of Allah in Malay print has been integral in the practice of Christianity in the Borneo Territories since the advent of western colonisation 500 years ago in the Archipelago.

The Herald submitted 300 Pages on the history of Allah in Christianity and among the Arab people including Christian.

After the Herald case in the Federal Court, the High Court ruled in favour of Jill Ireland of Sarawak on an Allah case but, on a disingenuous note, added that the ruling in the Herald case stays.

The court cannot get into theology. The court is only about the rule of law.

Light at end of tunnel . . .

Patently, happy days are far from here on Malaysia’s adversarial system of justice. It cannot be ruled out that things may get a whole lot worse on the rule of law before we see light at the end of the tunnel.

The criminal justice system in particular has allegedly been veering towards the retrograde system in Japan, universally condemned by lawyers, and which forced Nissan Chief Carlos Ghosn to flee the country.

Likewise, the multiple charges against former Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak are all based on “technical offences” allegedly commited in public office. These charges have allegedly been copypasted in a manner which builds the public perception that they have gone through the roof.

Najib may be taking the right approach in Appeal if the first focus in Defence was on technicalities.

We can only fight fire with fire.

Nullum crimen nulla poena sine lege (no crime without law) and/or nullum poena sine lege (no punishment without law) are principles in criminal law.

The court of law is only about law, not truth. The court of law isn’t about ethics, moral values, theology, sin, God, justice or righteousness.

We have yet to see the law on the money trail in the Najib cases. If it’s money laundering, there should be civil action in court, not criminal case. If the civil action is challenged, criminal case can be instituted.

The AG, to digress a little, seized RM100m from Umno and dragged the party to court on criminal charges. That’s like double punishment. It’s common sense, one of the three criteria in law, the others being universal values, and the principles of natural justice.

The High Court ordered the RM100m be returned to the party on the grounds that “the AG failed to prove the RM100m originated from 1MDB”. There’s no criminal law which allows the Federal gov’t to freeze, seize and forfeit the money. It’s not clear whether the AG, in a second bite at the cherry, can file civil action for the RM100m after the criminal case was thrown out.

Likewise, all the cases instituted against Najib have been criminal for alleged abuse of power, conflict of interest and criminal breach of trust.

There’s no law against the transfer of the RM42m from SRC International, for example, to Najib’s account/s. He didn’t transfer them, he didn’t manage the account/s which were for political donations, the money wasn’t bribery and corruption, and it wasn’t used for personal benefit. According to a list of nine names produced in court, the money was spent on corporate social responsibilities.

If a bank inadvertently or mistakenly transfers money to a customer, what’s the law on the issue? In law, knowingly or unknowingly, a customer has the right to use money in his or her account. The bank may have to pay a price for its negligence unless the court veers towards it.

There’s in fact case law on this from Melbourne, Australia, where a bank “mistakenly” credited a Malaysian student’s account with A$4.5m. She spent it. The bank, after demanding with no success that the student return the money, took her to court. Initially, the court ruled in favour of the student. The court was with the bank when the case went to Appeal. The bottomline was that the money was mostly gone and could not be returned in its entirety. The bank had to write off the transfer. It’s not known whether the bank took the student to bankruptcy court.

Malanjum and Thomas . . .

Chief Justice Richard Malanjum’s Farewell Address on the rule of law and Attorney General Tommy Thomas’ observations in his Memoirs, “My Story: Justice in the Wilderness”, on the Attorney General’s Chambers (AGC) and allegations on Executive interference in the judiciary have not been addressed in Wan Junaidi’s statement.
See here . . . https://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/nation/2022/06/10/mahathir-used-courts-against-anwar-please-clarify-najib-tells-thomas/

and here . . .

Law education . . .

Then, there’s law education in the country. It leaves a lot to be desired if we consider that lawyers in Malaysia are not noted for novel developments which the court can declare as law. It appears that there are no brilliant lawyers in Malaysia. See here . . .
https://www.newmalaysiaherald.com/2022/05/07/malaysia-still-stuck-with-the-clp-and-the-llb/

Malanjum pointed out, in highlighting Malaysia being light years behind in law education, that the lawyers, legal fraternity, court and judiciary in Malaysia belabour in the delusion that the letter of the law, by itself, can be passed off as law. It’s not law at all. Malaysia may have a peculiar inability to fathom the rule of law.

Former Federal Court judge Gopal Sri Ram has suggested in the media that Malaysia recognise law schools in India and Pakistan. He described them as very good. See here . . .

Indeed, the Supreme Court of India may have no parallel in the world. This was seen during the Norvasc case when the court denied it patent rights for a new cancer drug which costs US$200 for a pill. The court discovered that two addictives, not necessary at all, separated the new pill and the older version which was being sold in generic version in India for a few cents. The court rejected the Norvasc explanation that it spent billions to develop the new pill.

The Norvasc chairman, who was removed after the case, said in court that the pharmaceutical company developed the pill for “rich westerners, not poor Indian”.

The court, in dismissing the Application for Patent, observed, “in that case, Norvasc should not come to India”.

Patent or no patent in the US, there’s no law which prevents a generic version of the new Norvasc cancer pill in India, although it may not be necessary since the two addictives make no difference.

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BREAKING NEWS! . . . India claims only born Pariah are real Pariah, Declared Pariah can keep original caste status . . .

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India claims only born Pariah are real Pariah, Declared Pariah can keep original caste status . . .

Indian gov’t violating Hindu evil caste system based on politics!

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Gopal Raj Kumar,

Under the Hindu evil caste system, Brahmin (Priest caste) who cross the waters are Declared Pariah (casteless, no caste, outcaste) i.e. untouchable, unlookable, unapproachable.

Brahmin who leave the priesthood are Declared Pariah.

Brahmin who marry outside the caste are Declared Pariah.

Caste Hindu who leave the job functions, alloted under the Hindu evil caste system, or marry outside the caste are Declared Pariah.

Caste is not race but job functions.

Originally, caste began as race.

The pure Dravidian (dark skinned Caucasoid or old Caucasian) in north India were Declared Pariah. Under the Hindu evil caste system, they were alloted dirty, difficult, dangerous, demeaning, humiliating and polluting jobs like working with the dead, leather, and removing faeces with their bare hands.

The Aryan (Caucasian or new Caucasoid) in north India were Declared Brahmin under the Hindu evil caste system.

Between the Brahmin and Pariah were the other castes based on a mixture of Aryan and Dravidian.

The Aryan were descended from Albino Dravidian in north India.

When Brahmin moved to south India, they brought the Hindu evil caste system with them.

The people in south India were Declared Hindu after their sivalingga worship was added to Brahma worship and Vishnu worship in the north.

The formerly priestly class of the sivalingga worshippers were Declared Pariah.

The Hindu evil caste system in India collapsed and imploded after the number of Pariah reached 40 per cent of the Hindu population.

The Indian gov’t claims that only 20 per cent of Hindu are Pariah. The gov’t considers only born Pariah as real Pariah. According to the gov’t Declared Pariah are not real Pariah. That means that they can still keep their original caste status.

This is a violation of the Hindu evil caste system.

The gov’t is now training Pariah to be priests in Hindu temples.

The Pariah who become priests are not allowed to have their own temples i.e. just for Pariah.

In 1947, the Indian Constitution outlawed the Hindu evil caste system. Under the rule of law, the basis of the Constitution, there can be no discrimination.

No one is above the law.

All are equal under the law.

Where there are rights, there are remedies.

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BREAKING NEWS! . . . Sabah finds way to ‘remove’ PTI from JPN data bank, electoral rolls . . .

Perfection in writing for perfection in law . . .

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If there are special circumstances, as in Sabah, illegal workers can be legalised or the gov’t can look the other way.

Other illegal immigrants can’t be legalised.

Sabah finds way to ‘remove’ PTI from JPN data bank, electoral rolls . . .

Digital Kad Warga Asing driven by blockchain technology & AI has biometrics, DNA capacity!

Don’t start a story in the middle.

Don’t look only at parts of a story which suits one’s convenience.

The Kad Warga Asing isn’t about sending the PTI back. It’s about ‘removing’ them from the JPN data bank and electoral rolls.

Say NO to PTI.

Under administrative law, Kad Warga Asing can only be issued to those in Sabah for 10 years or more with expired documents.

Others don’t qualify . . . Examples include those in Sabah for less than 10 years, with or without documents; and those in the Territory for than 10 years without documents.

Under international law, it’s the duty of the gov’t to educate PTI children.

PTI with local Form 5 school leaving certificate are eligible to Apply for Special Pass, green MyKad or red MyKad as proof of identity in law.

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