Sanctity of Parliament violated (2) – Mustapha roughed up (YouTube)

YouTube video of police roughing up and dragging away veteran PAS leader who was former Deputy Minister and MP, Mustapha Ali when effecting arrest at Parliament precincts yesterday – another damning evidence of the violation of the sanctity of Parliament by the police and executive.

I told the police that what they had done was just wrong. DAP MP for Ipoh Barat, M. Kulasegaran asked where was the court order justifying the police action, but the police refused to show such an order.

Mustapha was guest of PAS MP for Tumpat, Kamaruddin Jaffar but such niceties and courtesies mean nothing to the Police, as clearly shown by this video clip captured by Lim Swee Kuan.

Shame for Parliament! Shame for Malaysia!

  1. #1 by k1980 on Wednesday, 12 December 2007 - 11:36 am

    Ahaa! Hindraf = Terrorist and Hindraf= DAP
    So, DAP = Terrorist !!!
    And YB LKS = Osama Laden
    So goes the way of reasoning of umno

  2. #2 by Jong on Wednesday, 12 December 2007 - 11:47 am

    Obviously they(Police) did not have a court order to justify their actions otherwise why was it so difficult for them to produce? It was a bluff. They were playing poker games with Mustafa Ali and I think the IGP should be sued.

  3. #3 by lakshy on Wednesday, 12 December 2007 - 11:50 am

    I saw the clip. What is bn upto? Is it a battle between the warlords within umno? These actions are only going to make umno unpopular. So something must be up!

    Salute to the Rogue malaysian polis Farce! What a Farce!

  4. #4 by lakshy on Wednesday, 12 December 2007 - 11:51 am

    What is this country coming to?

  5. #5 by takkan_hilang_india_didunia on Wednesday, 12 December 2007 - 12:04 pm

    The UMNO and MIC representatives should not win in the next election. These UMNO and MIC leaders statements in the press like “ini bukan budaya kita”, “we will take actions on those spreading seditious statements” makes me question whether they are acting stupid or really stupid. I’m terribly angry and upset as a human being. All races thats marginalized in Malaysia must react to this unjustice. How can we contribute to help those in prison or are facing difficulty due to their bravery in fighting for rights of others?
    Please post your opinion.
    Long live justice.

  6. #6 by k1980 on Wednesday, 12 December 2007 - 12:07 pm

    UN chief: Deal with warming or face ‘oblivion’

    But umno chief: Deal with dissidents or face ‘oblivion’

    One is a true visionary whereas the other is a village cretin

  7. #7 by boh-liao on Wednesday, 12 December 2007 - 12:11 pm

    Is Malaysia a police state?
    All people are born equal in Malaysia?
    Is there a double-standard law in Malaysia?

    Please ask questions, see what’s happening around us, and find the answers.

  8. #8 by patriotic1994 on Wednesday, 12 December 2007 - 1:37 pm

    RPK warned that UMNO is building up the race tension. First they caused Indians to feel angry and make them to protest. Next they want to cause Chinese to feel angry and make them to protest too. Then they tell the rest of Malays: Look, Chinese and Indian want to take away your bumiputras rights – they are your enemy! Hence conclude the riot and causing slaughter among our peaceful Malaysians.

    Do not fall into UMNO’s dirty plan. Their plan is getting clearer and clearer to see. Wait until the coyote show their tail! Be calm and be cool. Show pictures and videos about UMNO violent instead. Tell your fellow friends not to rebuke with force as it is wrong. Let’s maintain a peaceful Malaysia and stay united among our Chinese, Malays and Indian buddies for a better Malaysia. Vote them out! Bring EC chairman to court for fraud (see Rockybru’s blog for details).

  9. #9 by Toyol on Wednesday, 12 December 2007 - 1:39 pm

    UMNO wants the 60-65% Malay votes. So they don’t mind stepping on minorities and removing their rights. Look at the removal of crosses from missionary schools, stop work order on the Kuan Yin statue in Kudat, destroying Indian temples etc. This is just the tip of the iceberg.

    UMNO is playing its last kopek now. Use the sentiments of the Malays by trampling the rights of the minorities. Following on Nazri’s words…sicne when has the majority bowed to the minority!!! However, does it mean then that the majority can trample the minority? [deleted] Indeed UMNO is above the law. That’s exactly why people are fed up.

  10. #10 by Bigjoe on Wednesday, 12 December 2007 - 1:42 pm

    Frankly, it was inevitable. That Badawi administration has sank to new lows of political behaviour should not surprise anyone. It takes great leadership to rise above and even with most talented men in the most developed states, its hard to do. Badawi is a man of mediocre talent faced with a time of seismic shift and he does not have it in him avoid this.

    Its noteworthy that all were arrested and released before midnight, meaning they were not going to make it bigger than it already is. This is about stiffling dissent and not about issues. In other words, the PM clearly want this thing to just go away and have no wish to make it big.

    This PM is NOT going to make any major policy change whether against the opposition or reform of UMNO. He just don’t have it in him.

    This PM is testing the patience of people who want leadership and clarity. That is why Hindraf makes a lot of sense with their over-demands. In the face of inaction, you can only act faster and more.

  11. #11 by sotong on Wednesday, 12 December 2007 - 1:46 pm

    This has confirmed without any doubt, the numerous problems confronting the country is not a Malay, Chinese, Indian, Kadazan, or Iban issue alone.

    This is a Malaysian problems.

  12. #12 by budak on Wednesday, 12 December 2007 - 1:48 pm

    I like the word “Polis meRAJA Di Malaysia”…
    they even rape our Constituent and Parliament…
    so are they the RAJA now…?
    or “Raja Khecil”…??? :-(

  13. #13 by Cinapek on Wednesday, 12 December 2007 - 1:52 pm

    For the PDRM to act this way and ignoring the sanctity of Parliament clearly shows they have been given the green light to proceed to act in this manner. And their boss is AAB, the Interior Security Minister.

    In return for their support of the Govt. the PDRM has been promised that the Govt will their best to do away with the IPCMC and even if implemented will be completely watered down.

    You scratch my back, I scratch yours.

  14. #14 by leekahcheong on Wednesday, 12 December 2007 - 1:53 pm

    found more videos here,

    can’t imagine the way police did things in malaysia.

  15. #15 by Putra-Malaysia on Wednesday, 12 December 2007 - 1:56 pm

    Malay love harmony; Indian need harmony; Chinese like harmony; Malaysian want harmony. UMNO loves, needs, likes and wants power, money, whatever things that make them happy and selffish but harmony of Malaysian. Any dirty plans will do for them to make racial tension so gain and to fullfill their mission. Don’t fall in the sinister trap set by them. Fellow dear Malaysian, don’t let them to achieve their evil mission in the name of Rakyat.
    Malaysia is belongs to Rakyat to UMNO.

  16. #16 by Short-sleeve on Wednesday, 12 December 2007 - 2:04 pm

    Well, like it or not we are the ones who voted in these thugs and gave them that 91% mandate.

  17. #17 by budak on Wednesday, 12 December 2007 - 2:28 pm

    i read the so called “Perintah Makamah”, that’s the biggest jokes in the world…

    it says:

    1. Dr. Syed
    2. Md. Sabu
    3. Syed Shahir
    4. Adnan Saad

    who’s the “MANA-MANA ORANG YANG BERKENAAN” means Polis is authorised by the Kangaroo Court to “tahan” anybody…?

    why never catch all “MANA-MANA ORANG YANG BERKENAAN”..?

    can the Court Order to be more specific…?
    did the judge read law or just study “LOR”…?

  18. #18 by shame4you on Wednesday, 12 December 2007 - 2:31 pm

    UP-NO is truely Malaysia but is not for Malaysian , is only for their own pocket . Why we are so stupid voted them ? Can this be change ? and how ?

  19. #19 by Libra2 on Wednesday, 12 December 2007 - 2:43 pm

    PM + Cabinet + Parliament + PDRM + AG + Stupid Magistrates and judges of the Courts + Media VS helpless Hindraf + Helpless BERSIH + helpless Opposition parties + helpless lawyers + helpless lovers of democracy.

    I don’t think we can place our hopes on the monarchy who are more interested to preserve whatever security of tenure they have. The only hope will ne some God fearing judges before whom the helpless will go for redress.

  20. #20 by sj on Wednesday, 12 December 2007 - 2:51 pm

    Uncle Lim,

    What are you waiting for? Press the charges hard and fast on them. You have video tapes as evidence that the police were roughing people up for no reason. THey are not even criminals. I know the judicial system in Malaysia is rotten, but if you press charges, you will get mass media(not mainstream media, but the internet) as your bullets to fight this injustice. So far the Goverment has been very aggressive in handling the situation and the way they handle it, is very very wrong too. Heck, is not even CONSTITUTIONAL. I still see the public as being very docile so far. Or are you people, simply buying time for election to unleash your wrath?

    If so, what if, AAB suddenly says, we wont be having elections for X amount of time? What then?

  21. #21 by a-malaysian on Wednesday, 12 December 2007 - 3:41 pm

    Fellow Malaysians,

    You have seen the videos, read the news online and make your comments. Your comments show the frustrations and not knowing what to do. Some of the commentators are so good in writting, presenting their arguments with facts and so on…..

    Is that all you can do here? Do you know that there are millions out there still do not have the priviledge to access all these informations? They are still clinging on to the gomen control tv and media for informations and you should know very well what kind of informations they are getting.


    We must start now to inform those around us the real situation our country is in now and why we must stop the umno control bn before they take this country down the drain.

    Start talking to your friends and relatives and convince them that the Vote For Change is a neccessity in the coming election. You should be able to tell them the truth as you have the priviledge of all the true informations online.

    I had already started and many are quite convince but I feel it is still not enough and I will keep on reminding them each time I see them until election day.

    Just remember, whatever umno talks about unity and equal for all are BULLSHIT.

    umno = united malaysian?no

    So when are you going to start?
    We need each other and united we stand.

    50 years is ENOUGH
    Vote For A Change
    Vote For Any Opposition
    Give Them A Chance To Change For A Better Malaysia
    Remember bn Is A Useless Grouping Of Self Serving, Corrupt, Dictator, Power Crazy, Racist, Kris waving, etc, etc type of parties.

  22. #22 by budak on Wednesday, 12 December 2007 - 3:42 pm

    Malaysia got LAW meh…?

    no going to Parliament, then go where…?
    Zoo Negara kah…?

  23. #23 by budak on Wednesday, 12 December 2007 - 3:58 pm

    you see who’s more “mafia” than Royal Malaysian Police…

  24. #24 by HJ Angus on Wednesday, 12 December 2007 - 5:31 pm

    All the goings-on suggest that we are as good as some third-world countries that have a farce of a government.

  25. #25 by bra888 on Wednesday, 12 December 2007 - 6:21 pm

    Hey, if a person is being arrested without a court order, doesn’t that mean that that person’s rights is being violated as well?

    As for the minister who ignored the problem, he seems suspicious to me. How can a minister treat such a problem without interfering at all? It is as if he wants it to happen that way. Noticed that the police quickly arrest the person as the minister just came?

    Looks so suspicious.

  26. #26 by Ghost on Wednesday, 12 December 2007 - 6:56 pm

    Still can’t grasp the meaning of our authority (have no idea who he is) after watching Youtube videoclips pertaining the confrontation due to recent misleading facts by our national television channel RTM or shall we call RT’BN.

    Our Authority said ‘Tolong tarik balik soalan awak yang tak berstandard’

    Boleh tanya, apa ialah soalan yang consider berstandard?

    You must consider yourself as one of the great thinker of this century to come up with such ridiculous, absurd, impunity declaration.

    How do you label any standard to any question?

    We really have no idea how on earth our trusted leaders, our ruling BN’s representatives able to articulate such statements.

  27. #27 by ReformMalaysia on Wednesday, 12 December 2007 - 8:07 pm

    Seems that UMNO is playing rough now…..

    When a party in power playing rough, it would not produce a positive result…

    What would be the reaction… when the oppressed party can’t have their voice heard in a nice way??

    Some might resort to their own form of “jihad”……it could not be don’t in a nice way, so they might justify themselves to do it a hard way ….

    If the ruling party would not care about the minority plights, do not respect their religions by demolishing temples…and taking down crosses from mission school…..flex their muscle…..use the police a their dogs to carry out their agendas…..

    ‘ no proper avenue is available to the minority ….so they would find other means….

    It would not do this country any good…

  28. #28 by ReformMalaysia on Wednesday, 12 December 2007 - 8:24 pm

    How can it be called a fair election when all the mainstream mass media used as UMNO/BARISAN NASIONAL to spread their propaganda?

    The Barisan Nasional would use the TV and newspapers portray the oppositions party negatively, telling the naive village people that ‘only barisan nasional is good’….. Opposition members would not have chance to get their message through to the people, especially to rural folks…..Wrongdoings by the Barisan Nasional would be blacked out by the media….. only nice for public consumption reach the People….



  29. #29 by DarkHorse on Wednesday, 12 December 2007 - 10:34 pm

    Jong says,

    “Obviously they(Police) did not have a court order to justify their actions otherwise why was it so difficult for them to produce? It was a bluff. They were playing poker games with Mustafa Ali and I think the IGP should be sued.”

    Isn’t not standard operating procedure for the police to have a warrant of interest on them when making any arrest??

  30. #30 by DarkHorse on Wednesday, 12 December 2007 - 10:34 pm

    ooops arrest

  31. #31 by carloz28 on Thursday, 13 December 2007 - 12:12 am

    PDRM…What a disgrace to the nation…If you guys ever get stopped or pulled over by the police for speeding, dun give them RM50….just give them a dog bone…GERENTI BERES!!!

  32. #32 by Toyol on Thursday, 13 December 2007 - 9:56 am

    The coming elections will NOT be fair. All reports in mainstream media are influenced by BN, BN has the right to assembly…Opposition not, Election chairman is a BN man, Constitution amended to allow for this, movement for free and fair elections clamped down…money thrown at constituencies to won votes…etc. Furthermore, they cow the public into thinking that id they vote opposition, May 13 will repeat. This is fair or what?

  33. #33 by freenfairmalaysia on Thursday, 13 December 2007 - 12:08 pm

    PLEASE press charges against the police officers involved immediately.

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