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Umno’s vision of citizenship August 13, 2007

Posted by elizabethwong in Current Affairs, Democracy, Huh?!, Human Rights, Malaysia, Note2Self, Politics, Southeast Asia.
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Three resolutions related to bloggers and internet freedom, passed by the Kelana Jaya Umno Division (Mat Tyson’s) over the weekend.

From these resolutions, it is clear that Umno doesn’t quite understand the simple laws of extradition, the function of laws, the concept of citizenship and what constitutes a functioning democracy.

They can’t even revoke shiok-sendiri titles (Datuk, Tan Sri etc. etc.) from crooks, underworld tai-ko’s and those who try to walk out from a foreign country with RM 2 mil in cash; they want to revoke citizenship? W*nk*rs.

The resolutions are as below:

• To urge the government to develop special laws to take action against webmasters and bloggers, including foreigners, or locals who published comments, sketches or reports aiming to slander or insult the sanctity of Islam and the country’s constitution, be it locally or abroad;

• To urge the government to develop special laws to enable the extradition of bloggers, webmasters, foreigners or locals who spread lies, insult Islam or the constitution, instigating tension and enmity among different ethnic groups; and,

• To call for the revocation of citizenship of Malaysians considered traitors, whether the offence is committed locally or overseas, if a prima facie case against them is established. If the offence is committed by foreigners residing overseas, firm action must be taken to prevent them from entering the country. For those residing in Malaysia, legal action must be taken to evict and blacklist them from re-entering the country. (Source)

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1. Klaw - August 13, 2007

wayang kulit sempena kedatangan pilihanraya umum

2. yh - August 13, 2007

do they consider those raping and sodomising country’s resources traitors and therefore their citizenship be revoked? if blatant corruption by the powers that be are reported intrenationally, does that not affect the country’s credibility and therefore an insult to the country? and if those that commit corruption are Muslims, does that not insult Islam?
people like Taib has no moral ground to tell us what is slander or insults. for me, I find it a real slander to the country’s image if a person of power and standing here is being caught for carrying of money and breaking another country’s law. And on top of that, pleading ignorance because of his lack of proficiency of English language.

3. Patriotic1994 - August 13, 2007

The first two laws specifically target webmasters and bloggers. So as long as you don’t do anything on Internet, you are safe from that two. So, stay away from Internet if you can’t take the risk.🙂

The last one affects “traitors”. It is not yet clear what constitute a traitors. Normally traitors are those that spoke against government, leak the secret information. In short, as long as you are not their gang, you are traitors.🙂

Hmm… all online news should be shut down to prevent themselves being affected. In fact, government website is also need to shut down. Otherwise if a web site is hacked and the hacker left anti-government message, then the Webmaster of the government will be punished. So, no Internet please.

And lastly, all Opposition leaders will lost citizenship because they always against the government – traitors.

Happy 50th Merdeka!

4. monsterball - August 13, 2007

Bunch of jackasses talking cock.

5. monsterball - August 13, 2007

Anyone against the present government is wrong and they are always right.
Two big jackasses hated each other can now be close friends….what shit hypocrites they are.
It’s an insult to people of Malaysia….how magnificent jackasses are and we Malaysians…must now forgive and forget all stolen from us.
But one thing is sure…there are alot of half past sixes believing in them….but getting lesser and lesser year by year.
Pak Lah is cocksure BN and UMNO will win big in coming election. He said he is keeping all his promises he made.
Do we believe in him?

6. wits0 - August 13, 2007

“Taib has no moral ground to tell us what is slander or insults. ”
—————————————————-
That’s the greatest irony. But to the die-hard fascists, he’s a hero alright. Just think, this is being the 3rd Millennium in an ever shrinking Global Village. Whatta inverted world that is Bolehland! World Class from the other end.

7. hasilox - August 13, 2007

Let me suggest to brainless clowns..if foreigners insulted them, invade their countries!!! Lets get the US first. Take care of US, all the rest will behave already. Long live umno!

8. WATTAHACK? - August 14, 2007
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10. luclai - August 14, 2007

question is – lies according to who? according to ’em UMNOputera!! what you and i and other bloggers write, many of us consider true… truth that the UMNOputera will want to deny, thus they said lies. this tells us that UMNO is king, UMNO is the law, they decide what they deemed as lies.

long live UMNO! *sarcasm*

11. cherwith - August 14, 2007

Err.UMNO Putera has gone too far. Lies after lies and they want to stop the only avenue for truth? How typical. Don’t they see what they are doing to the country? The corruption, the racist remarks and instigation, the list goes on…..If UMNO Putera has a say in any such thing, so much for development of Malaysia….we can just kiss goodbye to the existing restrained freedom we enjoy.

12. V T - August 14, 2007

This is what I would like to see:

• To urge the government to develop special laws to take action against those corrupt officials, their families or their proxies, efforts must be taken to demand back the total sum involved with interest of the corrupt practices involved, jail sentences and public flogging can be considered; those liable are; be it still currently in office or retired, base locally or abroad;

• To urge the government to develop special laws to enable the extradition of corrupt officials, their families or their proxies who spread lies, insult Rulers, Religion, and or The Constitution, instigating tension and enmity among different ethnic groups; through all medias and means and,

• To call for the revocation of citizenship of Malaysians considered corrupt, unlawful gain of the country’s wealth, whether the offence is committed in the past or present, locally or overseas, if a prima facie case against them is established. If the offence is committed by foreigners residing overseas, firm action (such as C4) must be taken to prevent them from entering the country. For those residing in Malaysia, legal action must be taken to evict and blacklist them from re-entering the country.

13. arifabdull - August 14, 2007

does this taib who was reported as inciting worse racial riots? walan eh!?
Poraah cit!

14. ducky - August 14, 2007

See how Muhammad bin Muhammad Taib said about Dr. M. So arrogant of him….

http://thestar.com.my/news/story.asp?file=/2006/11/5/nation/15920897&sec=nation

“Dr Mahathir used to be very sharp in his thinking but now, I don’t know,” he said.

“So how do you satisfy someone like that? He used to be a great leader before, but now he can’t see logic.”

15. ducky - August 14, 2007

MMT is a dog that bite his previous master…SHAME ON YOU DOOOGGG!!!!…..BAD DOG!

16. OMG - August 14, 2007

I would like to urge the Government to tell Khairy to shut the hell up.

I would like to urge the Government to teach BN MPs some manners, especially Nazri, keris, Bung, Close one eye and all misogynist MPs who blame women for their actions and naughty thoughts.

I would like to urge the Government to get the Police to concerntrate on combating crime rather than harrassing bloggers.

I would like to urge the Government to get the religious authourities to respect human rights and protect dignity of women, and stop their fixation on putting women in bondage, e.g chastity belts, burqa and such.

17. wits0 - August 15, 2007

“He used to be a great leader ”

Huh? He was just a jaguh kampong racist and a provincial fella who made it high up in ther fascist (an obscure personality outside that racist shell) heirarchy.

18. Emmanuel - August 15, 2007

What has Mat Tyson done for this country to enable him to critisize Tun?

19. sam - August 15, 2007

are we in Talibanasia?


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