Random musing and talking cock about Teoh Beng Hock

A lot has been written about Teoh Beng Hock. I shall not dwell about what has already been written and I will not also blog about the choice words I uttered over the past few days.

Instead, I want to calm down as some "prominent" person has advised the public to do so and try to appraise an administration and its entities funded by tax monies derived from our shrinking purchasing power.

In times of crises, we would expect our civil service and public trust holders to react intelligently, effectively and swiftly for the good of the public. so that they can retain or increase supporters from voters and tax payers.


How did our police do?


http://www.utusan.com.my/utusan/info.asp?y=2009&dt=0722&pub=utusan_malaysia&sec=Muka_Hadapan&pg=mh_03.htm&arc=hive

Jangan cetus ketegangan – KPN

SEPANG 21 Julai – Ketua Polis Negara, Tan Sri Musa Hassan mengingatkan mana-mana pihak supaya tidak mencetuskan ketegangan dengan memutarbelitkan fakta kes Teoh Beng Hock, 30, yang ditemui mati di Plaza Masalam, Shah Alam, Khamis lalu.

Tegas beliau, pihak polis perlu diberi peluang menyelesaikan siasatan kes yang kini siap 60 peratus.

‘‘Kita sedang jalankan siasatan, tetapi kalau cuba putar belitkan fakta oleh kerana nak ganggu tanpa siasatan muktamad, kita akan ambil tindakan sepatutnya.

‘‘Kita nak tahu bagaimana kes itu terjadi, kita kena tengok cara macam mana, adakah dia terjun sendiri atau ada kaitan dengan orang lain. Saya ikut akta yang kita siasat dan selepas itu kita akan buat cadangan kepada Peguam Negara,’’ katanya.


The top policeman is more concerned about warning people “creating tension” (please tell me whether it is normal or not to have "tension" whenever there is a death, especially such a gruesome and tragic one) and the first possibility that he singled out was Teoh Beng Hock, a soon to wed father-to-be with many friends and loved ones, would take his own life on the eve of you all know what.


Verdict:
I want a tax refund. Colombo is much superior.



How did the government mouth piece do?

http://www.themalaysianinsider.com.my/index.php/malaysia/33235-race-card-played-over-teohs-death-shows-umnos-desperation

Race card played over Teoh’s death shows Umno’s desperation
By Syed Jaymal Zahiid

KUALA LUMPUR, July 24 — Umno is not above playing the racial card when it comes to getting what it wants. Take the case of Teoh Beng Hock and the article written by New Straits Times Group managing editor Zainul Ariffin in the Berita Harian.

Zainul likened the criticism levelled at the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) as an attempt by certain quarters to weaken a Malay institution. It's no mystery or secret who these "certain quarters" he was referring to are and the question many opposition leaders and the public have been asking is this: since when did the MACC become a Malay institution


Berita Harian is widely read in Malaysia and plays a pivotal part in shaping public opinion of its readers. If a managing director of a national daily, no less, thinks MACC stands for Malay Anti Corruption Commission, he better has head examined. And I mean the one due north, not south (soft).

And the proud and passionate linguists should decide whether the professional concerned is doing the language a service or disservice.

By the way, going with the fler's argument, consistent with the practices of Malay institutions like Mara, UiTM etc that caters for Malay needs, if MACC is a Malay institution, then it should only be investigating Malays, right?


Verdict:
I hope to appeal for a discount if MACC is indeed for Malays only. I always believe a man can become better if he is self reliant and independent in fending for his own livelihood.

If the editor hails from some local schools, I hate to foot the bill for the education system that produces professional writers of such standard as well as readers who accept without the ability to evaluate the rights and wrongs of whatever that was written.


p.s. Note to Pakatan Rakyat. You are doing the right thing by pointing out that this is not a race issue. However, you are preaching to the converted. The crappy stuff published is meant for the voter banks with access only to controlled MSMs. You chaps are doing well in the existing markets but please mind the part about penetrating into new markets.




How did our leader do?
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http://www.utusan.com.my/utusan/info.asp?y=2009&dt=0724&pub=utusan_malaysia&sec=Terkini&pg=bt_26.htm&arc=hive

ARKIB : 24/07/2009

Fungsi Suruhanjaya Diraja tidak akan diperluaskan

24/07/2009 5:19pm

BANGI 24 Julai - Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak berkata, fungsi Suruhanjaya Diraja bagi menyiasat punca kematian Setiausaha Politik kepada seorang Exco Selangor, Teoh Beng Hock tidak akan diperluaskan.

Perdana Menteri berkata, Suruhanjaya itu akan kekal seperti yang telah beliau umumkan kerana ia selaras dengan peruntukan undang-undang manakala punca kematian Beng Hock akan diketahui menerusi inkues khas.


Consistent with previous rulings like limiting the total numbers of papers our kids can sit for SPM, the BN administration has a tendency to place barriers for Malaysians to exercise their grey matter.

By the way, if we can have 3 in 1 coffee and tea, why the need to have a royal commission and an inquest? Also, why are there restriction imposed that which would curtail the avenue of seeking the right answers to the right questions?

Isn’t that a waste of money? It is better to have a single royal commission of inquiry as a “one stop center” to find out the cause of death and identify areas for improvement in MACC procedures, with a jolly by product of identifying the culprit.


Verdict:
1 is cheaper than 2. Not very prudent in managing our tax money and I rather pay for something else, like contributing to a charity.

By the way, someone miss out big time a chance to come out smelling like roses.



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http://thestar.com.my/news/story.asp?file=/2009/7/24/nation/4378652&sec=nation

IF A DNA test proves that the late Teoh Beng Hock is the father of Soh Cher Wei’s child, he should be named the father in the birth certificate, said Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Datuk Seri Nazri Abd Aziz.



We all know about respecting the dead and not to talk cock about tragic events. This person whom I paid for to look after chairs and tables manage to come up with such a fantastic idea of overcoming existing JPN red tape.

Nazri also pointed out an existing weakness of the birth certificate procedures. We NEVER have a blood test to ensure the nipper is really ours. Hell, I wasn't tested, were you? If Nazri's idea been adopted from day 1, then Michael Jacko would not have such a enduring song to sing “Billie Jean, not my lover, ….and the champs not my son…”

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pH9UleDgI6o


Bravo minister, lets back date your great idea. Let’s test your kids first. It might be a box of chocolate. We never know until we open it up……

#Atuk Nasi, not my lover, he's juz a blur, sayin' that I jumpin' one...but the champs...is my son.#

Verdict:
For once, there comes a great idea from a BN minister. Maybe we should all chip in and have Nazri’s children to be tested to ensure they are really his….

2 comments:

  1. Nazri is an ass. I wonder why is he liked by some people.

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  2. The nerve of these BN fools.

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