Sunday, 7 April 2013
拥有军火的苏禄军都被允许留在沙巴土地 23 天后才开始被驱赶，我国一位国会议员比苏禄军更恐怖？
*Poorly done Google translation:
The Cai Tianjiang more than Sulu military terror??
People’s Justice Party Vice President Cai Tianjiang, this morning was the Sabah Immigration refused entry, and repatriation of Peninsular Malaysia, did not give any reason, and as shown in this case is “lift” on the plane.
He in the end what is my sin?
The Cai Tianjiang revealed on Twitter this morning, said, “(I) 11:05 in the morning to land in Kota Kinabalu, immigration counters stop me (Immigration), with (I) to the office.
“Cai Tianjiang pointed out that the ban does not cut-off date,” I estimate that during the general election campaign is NLD victory revocation (ban).
Sulu military has arms are allowed to stay in the 23 days after the Sabah Land began to be driven, One of our members of Congress more than the Sulu military terror?
Too! ! !
Let the the BN ruling, Malaysia finished sooner or later!
|12:44PM Apr 7, 2013|
PKR vice-president Tian Chua was this morning deported back to Peninsular Malaysia, after he was detained by immigration officers in Sabah after landing at the Kota Kinabalu airport.
“Landed at Kota Kinabalu at 11.05am, the immigration stopped me at the counter and brought (me) to the office.
“I was told Sabah government issued a denial of entry order (against me),” Tian Chua, the incumbent MP for Batu, said in a Twitter posting.
The sudden banning of Tian Chua from Sabah comes after Lahad Datu state assemblyperson Nasrun Mansur last month called for Tian Chua to be blacklisted.
Nasrun, an assistant minister in the Chief Minister’s Department, said the blacklisting was to prevent Tian Chua from “spreading his unacceptable culture” in Sabah.
Tian Chua had reportedly told PKR party organ Keadilan Daily on March 1 that the Lahad Datu incursion by Sulu intruders was “an Umno conspiracy”.
He later clarified that he was only referring to the earlier media blackout on the incursion, as there was no confirmation of any attack or casualties.
JMM protests against Tian Chua at PKR office again
Jaringan Melayu Malaysia (JMM) and 29 other NGOs organised their second protest against PKR vice-president Tian Chua in front of PKR headquarters today.
A crowd of 20 to 25 people gathered in front of the PKR headquarters in Tropicana, Petaling Jaya, about 3.45pm in a protest that lasted 15 minutes.
Wearing red armbands and carrying banners criticising opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim and Tian Chua, the gathering demanded that Tian Chua apologises for his alleged remarks that the Lahad Datu intrusion was an “Umno sandiwara (play)”.
They demanded that Tian Chua apologises to the widows of soldiers and police officers who died in the ongoing Lahad Datu crisis, chanting “Lahanat Tian Chua!” repeatedly.
However, there was no repeat of the ‘egg-throwing incident’ that took place during their first protest at the party headquarters on March 11.
PKR staff brought down the front shutters of the office as a precaution, while police officers stopped the protesters from entering the PKR headquarters compound.
How irresponsible could Hisham be? The man blames the Opposition for inciting political violence.
He is now the one inciting violence.
Watch the videos by Malaysia Chronicle
Monday, 25 March 2013 03:40
“I have created a record in the Guinness World Records. The man who has received the most number of police reports. So I beat Datuk Ambiga. I have received more than 10,000 SMSes. I have become Public Enemy No 1. While the country was fighting against violent Sulu militants, I was relentlessly attacked even more than them. Will this solve the problem?”
KILLING ME WON’T SOLVE UMNO’S PROBLEMS – Tian Chua tells Hisham
Written by Wong Choon Mei, Malaysia Chronicle
WANGSA MAJU – VIDEOS INSIDE It looks like Home Minister Hishammuddin Hussein has blundered again! Instead of helping his Umno-BN coalition demonize Tian Chua ahead of the coming general election, Hisham unwittingly elevated the Opposition politician to hero status after sparking calls to “kill Tian Chua” during an Umno-BN rally..
The MP for Batu, Tian is now man of the hour in Malaysia’s sizzling-hot political scene. At a political briefing organized by Tan Kee Kwong, the PKR contestant for the Wangsa Maju seat, Tian was given a spontaneous hero’s welcome and a standing ovation by the crowd.
The multiracial audience of about 1,000 rose to their feet to greet him and he did not disappoint them. In a fearless speech laced with humor, Tian held their full attention. He took in stride the latest death threats, saying that killing him would not solve any of Umno’s problems.
“I have created a record in the Guinness World Records. The man who has received the most number of police reports. So I beat Datuk Ambiga. I have received more than 10,000 SMSes. I have become Public Enemy No 1. While the country was fighting against violent Sulu militants, I was relentlessly attacked even more than them. Will this solve the problem?
1,000 party youth supporters responded to Hisham with loud shouts of “Kill Tian Chua”.
Hisham must condemn ‘Kill Tian Chua’ threat, says Ambiga
By Boo Su-Lyn
March 25, 2013
KUALA LUMPUR, March 25 — Datuk Ambiga Sreenevasan has urged Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Hussein to censure Umno supporters for threatening to kill PKR’s Chua Tian Chang, or risk being blacklisted by polls watchdog Bersih 2.0 for condoning political violence.
Party workers shouted “Kill Tian Chua” when the Umno vice-president urged them to rally behind Barisan Nasional (BN) and “eliminate traitors” like PKR vice-president Chua, better known as Tian Chua, whose allies in Pakatan Rakyat (PR) have been accused of instigating the Sulu invasion of Sabah.
“He (Hishammuddin) should come out and make amends and put things right, and confirm that he does not support the crowd’s response,” Ambiga (picture) told The Malaysian Insider today.
“He should come out strongly against political violence of any sort… failing which, he will go on our list of politicians who encourage political violence,” said the Bersih co-chairman.
Ambiga said last Saturday that any Election 2013 candidate deemed responsible for violent incidents during political events would be “named and shamed” by Bersih 2.0 on social media sites like Twitter.
Hishammuddin admitted yesterday that political violence in the country was worsening, but accused PR of exploiting the situation to sow hatred for the government and the police.
He also noted that more incidents of violence might occur during the campaign period of Election 2013, which is expected to be held in weeks, due to the shortage of policemen.
Ambiga said today that Hishammuddin should have stopped the crowd immediately when they threatened Tian Chua, pointing out that the Umno vice-president had control over his party supporters.
“It is intimidation. When it’s a threat to kill, that is an offence under section 503 of the Penal Code that deals with criminal intimidation. He, above all people, should know that,” said the former Bar Council president.
“This goes for all those who are out there campaigning, speaking to their supporters. They have to make it very clear they will not countenance any form of violence or violent behaviour. I expect those who are running for the elections to behave like leaders and to set the right example,” added Ambiga.
The lawyer also called on Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak to condemn the kill threat against Tian Chua, pointing out that Najib had pledged ethical conduct in Election 2013.
“This is all part of ethical conduct in campaigning. It’s important for a statement to be made that all those who are campaigning must do so responsibly and ethically,” said Ambiga.
Unite against Tian Chua, Lahad Datu ‘conspirators’, Hishammuddin tells youth
BY SYED JAYMAL ZAHIID
March 24, 2013
GOMBAK, March 24 — Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Hussein urged the country’s youth today to rally behind Barisan Nasional (BN) and “eliminate traitors” like PKR’s Chua Tian Chang, whose allies in the opposition have been accused of instigating the Sabah incursion.
Speaking before the ruling coalition’s election machinery here, the Umno vice-president said leaders like Chua had insulted the country’s armed forces despite losing their lives to protect Malaysia’s sovereignty.
“What is going on in Sabah should not be politicised, this is an issue of our sovereignty.
“Whose hand is it behind the intrusion, is there a third party involved? Who is this person who would forsake his own race and nation just because he wants power?” Hishammuddin told some 1,000 party youth supporters who responded with loud shouts of “Kill Tian Chua”.
Hishammuddin, who is also the home minister, however, did not explicitly accuse Chua and his PKR colleagues of engineering the incursion which has killed more than 70 people including 10 Malaysian security forces personnel.
The Umno leader instead said leaders like Chua, opposition leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim and his daughter, Nurul Izzah Anwar, were promoting divisive politics by spreading rumours about the Lahad Datu conflict.
|12:08PM Mar 21, 2013|
A ceramah (talk) by PKR vice-president Tian Chua has reportedly been disrupted yet again, this time in Malacca, last night.
Malay-language daily Sinar Harian reported today that Chua was adressingsome 2,000 supporters outside PKR’s Malacca office at about 10.45pm when unknown assailants pelted eggs at the crowd.
However, the missiles only hit the supporters’ cars and the police were able to bring the situation under control, the paper reported.
The daily also noted that the BN had set up a camp about 15 metres from the ceramah venue, but that there was no untoward incident in the area, aside from a “loudspeaker war”.
For a second night in a row, PKR vice-president Tian Chua was hounded by detractors while on his ceramah rounds.
The latest incident happened in Lunas, Kedah last night where he was confronted by about 100 youths gathered in front of the Batu Enam BN operation centre.
The group, mostly youths clad in red with the words “Himpun” across their chest, hurled expletives at Chua as the arrive at the venue at about 11pm.
A large number of police and PAS’ security personnel ensured that the hecklers could not go any nearer to the ceramah venue.
The hecklers left about 15 minutes after Chua began speaking to his 300 audiences. The BN operation centre was also closed shortly after.
Chua escorted to venue
Pakatan Rakyat were not taking chances either and arranged for Chua to be escorted to ceramah venues.
TARGET OF HATE: TIAN CHUA
“Where is Tian Chua? Tian Chua is the enemy of the state!” decried the protesters, while someone shouted, “I had a friend who died in Lahad Datu.”
A group of 50 men, claiming to be members of various right-wing NGOs, turned rowdy last night when a car carrying PKR vice-president Tian Chua left the Penang Chinese Town Hall building at about 11.15pm.
Tian Chua, who was charged on Thursday under the Sedition Act for his remarks allegedly accusing Umno of being involved in the Lahad Datu insurgency crisis, spoke at a 60-table state PKR dinner at the Town Hall, along Jalan Masjid Kapitan Keling.
The group kicked the car, punched its windows and threw a helmet and bottles of mineral water while hurling abuses as it was leaving the venue.
Friday, 15 March 2013 10:57
IS THIS YOU, TIAN? ‘Coffin’ of Batu MP found outside Malacca PKR office
Written by Maria Begum, Malaysia Chronicle
It looks like the threats – political as well as physical – against PKR MP for Batu Tian Chua are not going to stop anytime soon.
The latest is a ‘coffin’ with Tian’s photo place outside the PKR Malacca office.
“It has been non-stop since they made the accusation against me,” Tian told Malaysia Chronicle, confirming the latest ‘discovery’ outside the Malacca office this morning.
THEY GO FOR TIAN CHUA FIRST.
Who is next? Azmin Ali (PKR deputy president), Gobind Singh (DAP MP for Puchong), or Anwar Ibrahim?
Thursday, 14 March 2013 10:55
TIAN PLEADS NOT GUILTY: Desperate Najib fears losing Sabah, other PR leaders may be next
Written by Wong Choon Mei, Malaysia Chronicle
Surendran and Latheefa, who are also senior PKR members, warned that more Opposition leaders would soon be charged including Anwar Ibrahim, the de-facto head of the Pakatan Rakyat. The Umno media has already been insinuating that Anwar had masterminded the Lahad Datu intrusion, which has proved to be a political calamity for Najib as he readies to call for the country’s 13th general election.
“Several Opposition leaders such as (PKR deputy president) Azmin Ali, (DAP MP for Puchong) Gobind Singh are being questioned and we expect more will soon be questioned. Media dan pemimpin Umno serang, Attorney-General dan polis kutuk (Umno media and leaders attack, the Attorney-General and the police prosecute) … so they work together,” said Surendran.
“There is still an ongoing vicious attack against Opposition Leader Anwar Ibrahim. We expect they will also try to take action there even thought there is no basis for the lies and the slander against the Opposition Leader with regard to the Lahad Datu (intrusion) which is a national security (matter). The Umno government is politicizing the issue by going after the Opposition leaders.”
A minor altercation broke out this morning between PKR supporters and police who tried to have party vice-president Tian Chua detained prior to charging him with sedition.
The incident took place at the Kuala Lumpur Court Complex canteen when Tian Chua was having tea with his lawyers and supporters, while awaiting instructions from the court on the move to charge him with the offence.
At 9.45am, some eight police officers showed up and told Tian Chua to go stay in lock-up before being charged.
Tian Chua’s lawyers Latheefa Koya, N Surendran and Eric Paulsen objected to the request.
The incident incensed PKR supporters, who shouted angrily at the police officers.
They said the police were being unfair as Umno leaders and Malay rights group (Perkasa) leaders had not been subjected to such actions in the past.
PKR vice-president Tian Chua claimed trial today to a sedition charge that he made a remark accusing Umno of being involved in the Lahad Datu insurgency crisis.
The sessions court in Kuala Lumpur, where he was charged, set bail of RM5,000 on one surety.
Tian Chua, who is the MP for Batu, was charged under Section 4(1)(b) of Sedition Act 1948 for saying, at 11am on March 1, that the gunfight in Lahad Datu was a conspiracy of the Umno government.
He is represented by N Surendran, Latheefa Koya, Willian Leong, Eric Paulsen and two others.
“This is politically motivated. I will clear my name in this slander case against me,” Tian Chua said from the stand in the courtroom, after the charge was read to him.
Sessions judge Sekeri Mamat set April 12 for mention
UPDATE 2 MP for Batu Tian Chua will be charged under the Sedition Act for remarks allegedly made in connection to the Lahad Datu intrusion.
Tian was initially due to be charged under Section 500 of the Penal Code for criminal defamation but earlier today, the AG appeared to have changed his mind and whipped out the Sedition Act, which according to Latheefa was “much more serious.”
The charges will be read to Tian around 9am on Thursday at Jalan Duta Court Complex. His constituents and colleagues are already busing making plans to show their moral support at what they perceive to be blatant Umno “racial bullying”.
The decision to charge Tian comes at a time when there is mounting fear that Opposition Leader Anwar Ibrahim might be arrested soon. Speculation has been rife that Prime Minister Najib Razak and his Umno party will charge Anwar for allegedly masterminding the Lahad Datu intrusion.
Members of Anwar’s PKR party fear the worst may happen, based on information received from high-level sources as well as from reading a recent chain of “orchestrated” events they worry are aimed to create hate towards the 64-year-old leader.
Johor police record statement from Tian Chua at Petaling Jaya police HQ
March 13, 2013
JOHOR BAHARU, March 13 – The Johor police have recorded a statement from Tian Chua over reports lodged against the Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) vice-president pertaining to his previous statement on the terrorist intrusion into Lahad Datu, Sabah.
State police chief DCP Datuk Mohd Mokhtar Mohd Shariff said the statement was recorded by his officers at the Petaling Jaya police headquarters this morning.
“We sent our officers to record a statement from Tian Chua. He came with three lawyers for the recording (of the statement) this morning,” he said.