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This convict still has no shame after beating Anwar to blackeye

Except UMNO is condoning this Malay KKK fascist gang, most right-minded Malaysians will reject them. They are the number one threat to national security, and yet they are allowed roaming freely by the Police under the blessing of UMNO.

Who paid the salary for the policemen at Bukit Kepong? What flag was flying high in the Bukit Kepong police station during the attack in 1952?

Can this convict discloses the historical facts?

Rahim Noor should contest under UMNO ticket to see he and Ibrahim Ali are accepted by Malaysians or not.

Human rights groups pose a threat, says ex-IGP


KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia is facing new threats from groups posing as human rights movements that question the country’s social norms, said former Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Abdul Rahim Noor.

“Every century has its own wave and this could not be avoided. Previously, it was the wave of communism and Marxism, and now it is the human rights wave.

“This would lead to those questioning certain rights like the existing social contract which had been agreed upon by our leaders,” he said at the Perkasa annual general assembly yesterday.

He also described the groups promoting civil liberties as those promoting a “new religion”, which was created by the West and had spread all around the world.

“These groups, who pose as human rights movements, keep questioning and trivialising the Malaysian Constitution,” he added.

He also criticised PAS deputy president Mohamad Sabu over his alleged remark that communists who attacked Bukit Kepong police station were the real heroes.

“I have nothing personal against him, but I think he does not read and understand the country’s history,” he added.

Abdul Rahim also denied that the policemen at Bukit Kepong were British policemen.

“The policemen were fighting against the Communist Party of Malaya (CPM). The group was not fighting for independence, but instead wanted to turn the country into a republic.

“What (Mat Sabu) said about Mat Indera and the Bukit Kepong incident was only half the story told,” he added.

Abdul Rahim also called on the Malays to work to make Malaysia a prosperous and peaceful country.

“Please do not take the country’s peace for granted. We must safeguard the country’s unity.

“Let’s not allow certain groups to destroy what we have preserved,” he added.

Abdul Rahim was part of the Malaysian delegation that was involved in negotiations with the CPM and the Thai Government in 1989 in Phuket to pave the way for a peace accord and the laying down of arms by the CPM forces.

He was the Special Branch director then.

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Sabariah says:

PDRM is again practising double standards by coming up with various excuses for not taking action against the three MACC officers identified by the Royal Commission of Inquiry to be linked to the death of Teoh Beng Hock.

Yahya says:

Dia punya tuan mamakutty takut sama human rights, nanti macam Si Gadafi, kena liwat sebelum ditembak mati!

giatmarah says:

He may one day suffer the same fate as Gadafi of Libya.
Tuhan will not spare his soul.