Is Zahid seriously suggesting that it is perfectly lawful and permissible to organise public demonstrations to offer RM1,200 to anyone to slap the PM, DPM or Home Minister?


Overnight, Malaysians are asking whether the law of the jungle have replaced the rule of law in the country on our way to a fully developed nation status in six years’ time in 2020.

This follows the shocking statement by the Home Minister, Datuk Seri Dr. Ahmad Zahid Hamidi who dismissed calls to investigate the organisers of Thursday’s chicken slaughter protest against DAP MP Teresa Kok, and who dismissed the RM1,200 reward offered by the self-styled “Council of Islamic NGOs” who slaps Teresa saying “there is nothing to investigate as it is not a threat”.

He said: “Why do we need to investigate that?

“Slapping is not a threat. If they say murder, then it is a threat.”

Is Zahid seriously suggesting that it is perfectly lawful and permissible to organise public demonstrations to offer RM1,200 to anyone to slap the Prime Minister, the Deputy Prime Minister or the Home Minister?

Is the Home Minister advocating the law of the jungle instead of the rule of law? Then we are not heading towards a fully developed nation in 2020 but down the abyss to a failed state by the end of the decade!

Zahid’s dismissal of the country-wide police reports by DAP/PR MPs and State Assembly members against the 30-odd people in the “Council of Islamic NGOs” demonstration committing offences of criminal intimidation, sedition, incitement of violence against a woman MP and incitement of another May 13 riots, is the height of irresponsibility for a Home Minister and raises the question whether the Home Minister is committed to upholding the rule of law, peace and harmony in the country.

I want to ask Zahid whether his comments amount to a directive to the police not to investigate the police reports which have been launched countrywide by DAP and Pakatan Rakyat MPs, State Assembly members and leaders against the self-styled “Council of Islamic NGOs” for a battery of criminal offences, including criminal intimidation, sedition, incitement of violence against a woman MP and incitement for another May 13 riots?

Is Zahid also telling the Police that they should not investigate the Council of Islamic NGOs for breaches of the Peaceful Assembly Act in not giving the police 10 days notice for the assembly?

At Thursday’s chicken-slaughtering and blood-curdling demonstration, a spokesman of the Council of Islamic NGOs even raised the spectre of May 13 riots, saying that the blood of the slaughtered chicken was symbolic of the May 13 riots.

He even demanded that the government expel Chinese and Indian citizens who were not fluent in Malay from the country?

There are also Malays who are not fluent in Malay. Are they also to be expelled from the country?

If Zahid thinks that the above extremist and ultra statements and demands are perfectly legitimate and acceptable, then he is not fit to be Home Minister for all Malaysians.

I want to ask the new MCA leadership led by Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai and Datuk Dr. Wee Ka Siong whether they agree with Zahid that there is nothing wrong and therefore nothing to investigate with regard to the shocking and outrageous incidents of the the offer of RM1,200 to slap Teresa and the slaughter of chickens and smearing of the chicken blood on banner featuring DAP and Pakatan Rakyat leaders.

If not, are they prepared to take a principled stand including requisitioning of an emergency meeting of the Barisan Nasional Supreme Council as the very basis of a rule of law and a legitimate democracy have been brought into question by Zahid’s heretical statements, which completely repudiates the rule of law in Malaysia.

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  1. #1 by waterfrontcoolie on Saturday, 8 February 2014 - 4:03 pm

    This gut is showing his colours as the PM’s seat may be vacant!

  2. #2 by Bigjoe on Saturday, 8 February 2014 - 4:07 pm

    That is because this Paduwan has surpass his masters including the EVIL EMPEROR himself. This Dark Sith, is no mere follower of the evil emperor – he already surpases because he betrayed his masters TWICE and still he rises using the very dark forces much more superiorly…

  3. #3 by sheriff singh on Saturday, 8 February 2014 - 5:13 pm

    Don’t hantam him so badly la !! He studied at UPM and obtained Permanent Head Damage PhD after getting into a fist-fight with a now uncontactable victim. His logic and thinking cells are so badly mashed up he now talks like a potato. He hangs around now with Gang UMNo.

  4. #4 by loo on Saturday, 8 February 2014 - 5:47 pm

    I think LKS should be more concerned about this

    http://www.malaysia-today.net/is-this-going-to-be-daps-pkfz/

  5. #5 by john on Saturday, 8 February 2014 - 6:11 pm

    When one talk kok, then it always come out different tune even if referring same event but on different occassion or time.
    Here, a good example was the slappppping of the Peee Mmm potrait with slipper drawn a different response then.
    All these Bumno goons are just speaking as politicians, foremost to safeguard their position and standing agmonst themselves.
    The Peee Mmmm now even more takut with his position at stake and the Mammak (patented style) all up to no good, playing dirty at the back.

  6. #6 by Di Shi Jiu on Saturday, 8 February 2014 - 7:21 pm

    Mr Lim,

    I am seriously considering coming out into the open and offering RM10,000 to anybody who will slap Zahid Hamidi and provide photographic evidence!!

    After all, Zahid has said that such a statement is not a threat and as he is a senior Minister in Government, I would be merely taking him at his word.

    Similarly, I should not fear any retribution from Zahid because he has said there is nothing to investigate for cases like these.

    Let me find a transcript of exactly what he said to satisfy myself as to his words and I will consider whether I should make such an offer.

    Oh, yes, I have to find a few chickens as well – preferably bad evil chickens, as I would feel extremely guilty cutting the throats of innocent chickens for something like this.

    • #7 by ReformMalaysia on Saturday, 8 February 2014 - 8:40 pm

      Yes .. Slap Zahid, rewards is RM10,000.. Kick Zahid’s Ass entitle for RM12,000.. Deal?

    • #8 by Bunch of Suckers on Monday, 10 February 2014 - 4:52 am

      NOPE!!!

      Sucker, offer your mouth and a$$$$ho!!!!

  7. #9 by Bigjoe on Saturday, 8 February 2014 - 7:38 pm

    How about RM1 to kiss-to-protest a-Supremacist/hater campaign instead? Just to make a turn up the volume of the farce of what they are saying,

  8. #10 by worldpress on Saturday, 8 February 2014 - 10:23 pm

    Don’t force him lah, maybe he is scare lah

  9. #11 by bruno on Saturday, 8 February 2014 - 10:31 pm

    Zahid has been well known for making public gaffes.One more will not hurt his reputation as the ‘Gaffee Man’.

  10. #12 by bruno on Saturday, 8 February 2014 - 10:39 pm

    Malaysians keep sending more clowns into the federal cabinet,that eventually it will go down as the guiness book of records as as ‘international circus of political jokers’.

  11. #13 by worldpress on Saturday, 8 February 2014 - 10:43 pm

    This bunch of Council of Islamic NGO speak murdering threaten Malaysians saying that the blood of the slaughtered chicken was symbolic of the May 13 riots.

    Do not know when another group do the same again?

    It is police blind in this

  12. #14 by worldpress on Saturday, 8 February 2014 - 10:49 pm

    No Malaysian should threaten Malaysian with May 13 riots.

  13. #15 by Noble House on Sunday, 9 February 2014 - 3:58 am

    Zahid is bad news for the country. The IGP himself is a laughing stock. Now everyone should feel free to slap any of the UMNO Ministers for making stupid statements. Slapping is not a threat. A crime committed is not an offence unless a police report is made.

    P. Waytha Moorthy is a broken man today. As for those Chinese who still believe in and voted for the MCA and the Gerakan no less, you have it all that is happening to you now. And IF there is going to be another May 13th and you manage to live for another day, go say a big “Thank You” to these people for looking after your interests.

  14. #16 by Bigjoe on Sunday, 9 February 2014 - 8:19 am

    So Assault is not a threat apparently in this country according to our Home Minister… He imagined himself to be Darth Vader that has surpass the evil Emperor himself but he is more like Dark Helmet in Mel Brook’s Spaceball..

  15. #17 by boh-liao on Sunday, 9 February 2014 - 9:16 am

    “slapping is not a threat”
    A REWARD 4 some1 2 SLAP another person is also NOT a threat
    “Why do we need to investigate that?”
    Slaughtering animals n smearing their blood on photos of individuals also CAN 1
    WAHOO, our home minister has SET NEW standards of INSULTS n THREATS in dis APA2 PUN BOLEHland

    So, it’s GREEN light dat it is OK 2 step, stomp on images of people, 2 splash BL00oD, mayb scat too, of animals on images of people, n 2 offer REWARD 2 slap or spit at or BLACK eye people in dis APA2 PUN BOLEHland

    No wonder, d Council of Islamic NGOs declared dat “we will hold another protest. We are not afraid”

    So, rakyat, WAKE UP – if U think U keep KOW TOW 2 Perkosa-UmnoB/BN n if U think U keep APOLOGISE 2 Perkosa-UmnoB/BN 4 speaking d TRUTH, things will b OK – U better THINK TWICE

  16. #18 by boh-liao on Sunday, 9 February 2014 - 9:58 am

    MSM like Utu M, New ST, d Star, etc all veri HAPI abt dis statement of our home minister

    They expect a huge increase in their Cl@ssified Advert revenue

    Many ppl will put up advertisements: Please contact xx @ this number xx for a REWARD of RMxx to SLAP this person xx. Apply quickly! Siapa cepat dia dapat!

    In dis economic downturn, a new self-employed job is created 4 all (including unemployable graduates): PROFESSIONAL SLAPPER (an outsource-able job)

    Mayb, next, PROFESSIONAL expectorator, etc

  17. #19 by boh-liao on Sunday, 9 February 2014 - 12:35 pm

    When d home minister said: “Slapping is not a threat. Why do we need to investigate that?” n gave his blessings dat it is perfectly lawful n permissible 2 organise public demonstrations 2 offer RM 2 any1 2 slap another person, lots of rakyat raised their hands n JUBILATED aloud:
    HO SAY LIAO, THANK Q G od, A llah, B uddah, etc etc 4 d words uttered by d home minister!

    Every1 must FRAME up n KEEP dis statement fr him
    Distribute it (his quote n foto), circulate it, put it up on Ur FB, blog, etc 4 everybody on dis planet 2 READ

    ASK d 47% voters who voted 4 Perkosa-UmnoB/BN in GE13 2 read it n comment
    TELL d 47% voters who voted 4 Perkosa-UmnoB/BN in GE13 dat DIS is d minister they CREATED

    Rakyat must also thank him n d Council of Islamic NGOs 4 putting M’sia in d WORLD NEWS again

  18. #20 by Cinapek on Sunday, 9 February 2014 - 12:37 pm

    In the face of this comment from Zahid Hamidi which seems to encourage more such acts from the ultras, the latest threat from the ultras of more violence and assaults and the total lack of action by the PDRM to curb these deliberate provocations, Najib must show leadership to stop these escalating tensions. We are dangerously approaching an abyss of racial clashes and unless sound minds prevail, it will happen.

    Or is there an ulterior motive for “allowing” these escalating tensions?

  19. #21 by boh-liao on Sunday, 9 February 2014 - 1:03 pm

    http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/253738
    Wonder if MCA dare 2 condemn d home minister 4 supporting d actions of Council of Islamic NGOs that threatened d Seputeh MP?
    Now is d time 4 MCA 2 show their COURAGE (not just talk big n talk cock), as well as 2 show d world dat they r hiding under d smelly sarong of Perkosa-UmnoB/BN

  20. #22 by pulau_sibu on Sunday, 9 February 2014 - 1:14 pm

    to Zahid, punching was also ok. he punched the lover of his daughter, right?? how can you people be so forgetful about him?

  21. #23 by boh-liao on Sunday, 9 February 2014 - 2:09 pm

    http://www.thestar.com.my/News/Nation/2014/02/08/BN-leaders-Calls-to-slap-Kok-against-the-law/
    Will they now CONDEMN d home minister 4 supporting d actions of Council of Islamic NGOs that threatened d Seputeh MP?

  22. #24 by good coolie on Sunday, 9 February 2014 - 8:18 pm

    If a Tamil Malaysian cannot speak Tamil, he is a mangosteen. If a Chinese cannot speak Chinese (Mandarin/Chinese dialects), he is a banana. As for that delightful “kacang lupakan kulit” (ex-DAP anglophile to whom everything DAP does is wrong(I love his English, Oxbridge accent and all), what is his fruit type? He is in danger of being sent to England if he fails the Bahasa Malaysia “July Paper”, judging by comments from our irate politicians who have found a new reason for repatriating citizens.

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