6/19/2007

JB, a sad state of affair

Abdul Ghani met the demonstrators who were unhappy with the high crime rate in JB. As usual, he warned the demonstrators that it could lead to unexpected consequences. Now what did he meant by that when what the demonstrators were asking was for tighter law enforcement against crimes? Are the demonstrators going to be hurt instead of the criminals? It seems that there are two kinds of citizens. One protected by the law even if they turned to crime. The other of no consequence to the law even when they are victims of crime committed by the former.

39 comments:

TuraiKiller said...

This is extremely races bias again Chinese, if not why targeted only on Chinese & not others races.

My advice to Malaysia Chinese it times to withdraw your wealth & property, migrate to other places, get out of their country that doesn’t recognised their contribution to nation development, I guessed without Chinese, Malaysia economics might not be at this stage.

Chinese in all part of the world should get ready & self prepare interm of physical & or course train on our martial art to further development the art & the strength for self depend as well as to protect other weaker.

More important things, Chinese themselves must united or bond together strongly not like what we are now so seft-centre on oneself. Then other races will not dare bully always target on us, look at during economic crisis how Indonesia did on Chinese. But the sad thing is that we Chinese only know how to bully own race as is proven from history, so Chinese when are we going to united & wake up to transform ourselves as other races look upon you just like Tang dynasty.

Anonymous said...

Sounds like Abdul Ghani is not too keen to tackle the high crime rate in JB just because the criminals are of the favoured variety. My relative runs a small workshop in JB and suffered a break-in some time back. The thieves purposely left a parang in the workshop and a warning message not to report to the police. My relative did make a report and do you know what the police told him. They advised him not to pursue the matter otherwise something worse will happen. Obviously something fishy is going on between the police and thieves.

Well, with such people in charge you can be sure the country will go to the dogs sooner than later

Anonymous said...

According to newspaper; a Chinese man in Johor was ignored by police when he pleaded with them to help locate his sister... the crew just drove away.. I suspected that for every case reported in the press, many went unreported.. so is it no big deal as usual?

Like that next time IDR how ah?

Anonymous said...

This cowboy town is getting very serious problems. Better to cancel IDR no choice.

Anonymous said...

It is obvious that their priority is to play down the concerns.

But the next time the same thing happen again. And again....

Anonymous said...

Well, they seem to believe that just playing down or making denials will solve the problems.

Anonymous said...

It seems that there are two kinds of citizens. One protected by the law even if they turned to crime. The other of no consequence to the law even when they are victims of crime committed by the former.


Like that how?

redbean said...

the police seem to know something. and if you read what abdul ghani said and put one and one together, you can't be blamed for wondering what's up.

any singapore biz who dares to put money in the idr with the way things are developing got to have their heads check.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...
Well, they seem to believe that just playing down or making denials will solve the problems.

June 19, 2007 11:42 AM



They must have thought they were dealing with retards.

Anonymous said...

That would be equality. Some have more rights than others. Get used to that.

Anonymous said...

JB like Macau, except they are worst.

Anonymous said...

Better cancel IDR before too late.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...

They must have thought they were dealing with retards.

June 19, 2007 11:54 AM



But were they?

Anonymous said...

redbean said...
the police seem to know something. and if you read what abdul ghani said and put one and one together, you can't be blamed for wondering what's up.

any singapore biz who dares to put money in the idr with the way things are developing got to have their heads check.

June 19, 2007 11:53 AM


There are less dangerous places to put money into. China, Vietnam, India, Indonesia, even Russia are warm and safer places no doubt about it.

Anonymous said...

So much investments is at stake there brother, if I were in charge I will replace the top cops immediately, nothing less than that.

Anonymous said...

I came across this by someone somewhere, and it says:

In Singapore: No crime means Low crime.

In Malaysia: Low crime means no crime.

See the difference in perception.

redbean said...

the idr was scrapped while it was launched. abdullah wants it but does abdul ghani or the rest of the umno?

one opens the door, one closes the door.

Anonymous said...

Places where looting and shooting has become common daily happenings must have started with the police rubbishing away public concerns and fears that same way. Complacency and incompetance feeds itself, soon quiet places begin to grow into mafia towns like Macau or Somalia. Only the pea brained will consider starting IDR in these places right?

redbean said...

low crime equals no crime? the truth is that no crime means no crime.

where got crime in jb? why do you think abdul ghani is unhappy with the demonstrators? because there is no crime and these demonstrators are kicking a farce about nothing.

Anonymous said...

I dun understand the Malaysian officials cant they even perform plain simple tasks, or is it asking too much??

Anonymous said...

By now, it is quite obvious why Malaysia has remained so backwards after so long and the cause of their problem is definitely not Singapore.

Anonymous said...

Heck! You guys dont understand the problem becos you are not them, to them this is just a normal way of life. Dont much ado abt nothing ok!

Anonymous said...

You are right, Jb where got crime?

Anonymous said...

i think it safer to relocate 'idr' to northern part next to thai border, it safer there.

Anonymous said...

Cannot la! Thailand got terrorist muslim separatist bombing!

H J Angus said...

He is unhappy because those demomstrators converged on his residence and upset his garden tea party?

If the stories are true about the police not wanting to take quick action, then we do have serious problems with the police.

Their strong opposition to the IPCMC is some indication of the problems.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...
Cannot la! Thailand got terrorist muslim separatist bombing!

June 19, 2007 3:45 PM


Thats why idr should never be close to us!

Anonymous said...

Obviously the demonstators are not happy with the high crime rate in JB. Not happy with whom?. Not happy with the police of course, for not doing their job. If they had done their job, the situation would not be that grave.

Anonymous said...

alamak why you people always bother me, can a man have so peace?

Matilah_Singapura said...

It comes down to the inbreeding (incest) which is common in the culture of our northern neighbour.

Apparently specialist Malaysian cops can be privately hired to perform murders and executions, especially if one is being hassled by one's Mongolian girlfriend.

The best thing which happened to Singapore was to get kicked out by these incest-loving folk. In that way Singapore needn't have a bunch of inbred morons to screw up the country. Singaporeans has developed its own breed of UNIQUE people who will eventually screw up the country!

Malaysia boleh?

Puki mak-lu...Singapura PUN boleh! :)

redbean said...

hi angus,

welcome to the blog.

things can only get worst if the laws and law enforcement are not based on what the law is supposed to be and what the law enforcers are supposed to do.

it is their country and they run it the way they want it.

redbean said...

in a way we make our own future, for good or for bad.

man is his own enemy, definitely.

Anonymous said...

For better insights into how badly the Malaysian Police are handling the situation go to:

http://www.malaysia-today.net/index.shtml

It is apparent that the fruits of the past and now the present governments has bred a culture of malaise and deeply-rooted corruption that law and order is thrown out of the window. The government officials and their leaders are all out to rape their citizens. Even their IGP(Inspector-General Police) has been accused of being on the take.

Anonymous said...

last time they sell chastity belts for both females and males

Anonymous said...

http://www.jbtalks.cc/petition/index.php

u will only see a few malays and fewer indians interested to solve the JB issues

TuraiKiller said...

I smell something, it must be a trap so IDR project will not possible be implemented.

The ex-prime minister (mr Horse)warned malay if IDR will to be implemented, the malay will become slave for others, maybe my perception is right or may wrong then again why the chinese must be a victim is it chinese generally are nice & gentle so that will not cost races riot but others races may not let the case cool down so easily.

redbean said...

there are basically two key factions in power. one group wants the idr and another did not. the latter may be doing what it can to undermine the former.

and it is so easy by turning jb into the number one crime city. then only the brave and dumb will dare to invest there.

Anonymous said...

Maybe the old warhorse is doing the cheering.

Anonymous said...

Cheering until got heart problem?!