Najib’s demonstration and unintended consequences

9 Dec 2016

Big brave man wants to slap a woman, a lady of 71.

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22m22 minutes ago

Rani Kulup ni berlatih main bowling je la. Lempang harimau konon

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2h2 hours ago

Aksi Rani Kulup demo di Masjid India, bantah Myanmar zalim Rohingya

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‘I’ve slapped a tiger, what more Suu Kyi’

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Claiming to have slapped a tiger in the past, he cautioned Myanmar State Councilor Aung San Suu Kyi against incurring his wrath.

Known for his striking uniform, dark glasses, walking stick, but most of all, his fondness for logding (sic) police reports, Abdul Rani Kulup issued the warning to the Nobel Peace Prize winner after leading a protest in Kuala Lumpur this afternoon.

“Don’t let me fly over there (Myanmar)…

“Don’t kid around, I’ve even slapped a tiger, what more Suu Kyi?” said the Martabat Jalinan Muhibbah Malaysia (MJMM) president.

The Home Ministry: there are about 140,259 Myanmar nationals holding valid temporary working permits in the country.

http://news.asiaone.com/news/malaysia/malaysians-can-fill-jobs-left-myanmar-workers-says-deputy-minister#sthash.6DtmEAif.dpuf

8 Dec 2016

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ONE OF THE BEST UNINTENDED CONSEQUENCES OF NAJIB’S PARTICIPATION IN THE ANTI-MYANMAR GOVT DEMONSTRATION IS THE BANNING OF MYANMAR WORKERS BY THE MYANMAR GOVT. There will be more Bangladeshis.

(1) It will mean fewer violent crimes and murders among the Myanmarese community.

The Myanmarese Murders. In Malaysia

The Mystery of the murdered Myanmarese. 23 in Penang so far!

Police: Myanmar SLAUGHTER HOUSE discovered! In Bukit Mertajam, Penang.

PENANG, BLOODY PEARL OF THE ORIENT?

There have been 51 murders in the state involving 33 foreigners over the past 11 months.

Update: 8 December 2014: add one more murder of a foreigner. Total murders:52. Total foreigners: 34.

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(檳城8日訊)通緝犯在廟前冷血割喉殺人!
右臂文著一條龍的疑是外勞男子(30余歲),疑遭兩名通緝犯與同黨以巴冷刀割喉及猛砍背、胸及手部致死,臥屍在檳島湖內人民公園一拿督公廟前,今早被發現后,公眾電召警方前往現場調查。
http://www.chinapress.com.my/node/583097

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(2) There will be more Bangladeshis. More votes for BN?

The 1.5 million Bangladeshis…

The 1.5 million Bangladeshis. Charles Santiago: Another financial scandal in the making?

25 June 2015

Ahmad Zahid said approximately 1.5 million workers from Bangladesh would be brought to Malaysia in stages over three years to meet the demands of employers from various sectors. – Bernama

11 August 2015

Deputy Prime Minister Ahmad Zahid Hamidi has sent a note relating to a company’s request for an online system for the entry of Bangladeshi workers to Malaysia. The note was to the Home Ministry’s secretary-general on the application from Realtime Networking Sdn Bhd, of which Ahmad Zahid’s younger brother is its executive chairman.

http://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/nation/2015/08/12/home-ministry-clarifies-confusion-on-zahids-note/

7 Dec 2016

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Bans Workers Going to as Rohingya Crisis Grows (STcom)

YANGON (AFP) – Myanmar has banned workers from going to Muslim-majority Malaysia as relations sour between the neighbours over a bloody military crackdown on the Buddhist country’s Rohingya minority.

The move came after Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak lashed out at Myanmar’s de facto leader Aung San Suu Kyi for allowing “genocide” on her watch during a rally Sunday (Dec 4) in Kuala Lumpur that drew thousands of people.

The crowds were protesting against a military crackdown in Myanmar’s western Rakhine state that has pushed more than 20,000 Rohingya Muslims into Bangladesh.

http://www.straitstimes.com/asia/se-asia/myanmar-bans-workers-going-to-malaysia-as-rohingya-crisis-grows

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FYI Dear H.E. PM , this disturbing statement do NOT represent any living inside and in exile. We thank you.

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5 Dec 2016

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Myanmar media lampoons ‘master of misdirection’ Najib

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Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak has been accused of being a “master of the art of misdirection” in a cartoon published by Myanmar independent news website The Irrawaddy.

The cartoon by Kyaw Thu Yein depicts a songkok-wearing Najib walking a tight rope and juggling balls which spell “Stop Genocide” while carrying a bag labelled “corruption”.

The cartoon uploaded on the Irrawaddy’s English Edition Facebook account tonight is titled “Najib Razak’s Stunt”.

This comes after Najib and several Umno leaders joined PAS at a rally in Kuala Lumpur for the Rohingya community yesterday.

Buddhist monks lead protest against Najib in Yangon

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PETALING JAYA: About 100 people, including monks, participated in a protest rally against Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak at the Mahabandoola Park in downtown Yangon yesterday, the Myanmar Times reported.

They had demanded that Myanmar’s foreign affairs ministry and the Asean grouping rebuke Najib for “not upholding Asean values”.

The protest was led by the Myanmar National Monk Union (Yangon), with its secretary U Thu Satetta saying that the group “cannot accept that they insult our nationality”.

“We will do everything we can, either protesting or sending out signed requests, because we do not want to give even an inch of our country.

“We cannot accept the fact that they insult our nationality, so even if we need to take up arms, we might do so,” he was quoted as saying by the Myanmar daily.

Some of the protesters were seen holding photos of Najib and banners condemning the Malaysian prime minister, with the message “Don’t Pressure Myanmar Government”.

http://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/nation/2016/12/05/buddhist-monks-lead-protest-against-najib-in-yangon/

4 Dec 2016

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Dr M: Why should a PM be demonstrating?

Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak should take action against Myanmar over the Rohingya crisis instead of attending a demonstration, said former prime minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad.

He said protests are meant to oppose governments, whereas the government’s role is not to protest but to take action.

“If we become the government, my proposal would be to break off diplomatic relations to show our displeasure towards how the Rohingyas are treated.

“When he (Najib) is prime minister, he goes to a demonstration. Who is he demonstrating to?” he told a press conference in Shah Alam today.

Mahathir said that when he was prime minister, and when pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi was under house arrest, he had written letters and sent envoys to the then leaders of the Myanmar junta.

“That is what governments do, because at that level you don’t have to take to the streets.

“I join street demonstration (now) because I am not in the government anymore,” he said.

Report: Monks in anti-Najib protest at M’sian embassy in Myanmar


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A group of monks have reportedly protested against Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak outside the Malaysian embassy in Myanmar over Putrajaya’s stance on the Rohingya issue.

According to news portal Rohingya Vision, some 30 monks chanted slogans against Najib outside the embassy for allegedly interfering in Myanmar’s affairs.

They held up banners which read, “Condemnation of Malaysia prime minister, don’t pressure Myanmar government”.

The protest came a day after AFP reported that Prime Minister Najib will be participating in a Rohingya solidarity protest in Kuala Lumpur tomorrow.

Najib personally confirmed this at the closing of the Umno annual general assembly today where delegates were also urged to participate in the rally.

This had sparked the ire of the Myanmar government which yesterday issued a statement criticising Malaysia.

U Zaw Htay, deputy director of the President’s Office in Myanmar, had reminded Malaysia of Asean’s non-interference policy.

“According to Asean principles, a member country does not interfere in other member countries’ internal affairs.

“We have always followed and respected this principle. We hope that the Malaysian government will continue to follow it,” he was quoted as sayingHowever, Wisma Putra defended the planned protest, stressing

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Najib, Hadi join hands to protest Rohingya plight

Anne Muhammad & Zikri Kamarulzaman

Approximately 7,000 gathered at Stadium Mini Titiwangsa in Kuala Lumpur this morning to protest Myanmar’s persecution of the Rohingya.

Sharing the stage at the rally was Prime Minister Najib Razak, Deputy Prime Minister Ahmad Zahid Hamidi, PAS president Abdul Hadi Awang and PAS Youth chief Nik Mohamad Abduh Nik Aziz.

The rally titled ‘ Solidariti Ummah Rohingya’ was a colourful affair of PAS’ green, red shirts and the local Rohingya community.

The crowds chanted “free the Rohingya’ and ‘Rohingya needs your voice to end ethnic cleansing’.

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Buddhist in condemning Malaysia ahead of a rally in support of in KL tomorrow

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