Friday, 4 July 2008

It is easy really.

I had always thought that it would be near impossible to just go see a top minister to complain about anything. I have heard of people complaining that sometimes they had to go to these ministers offices for days and in the end only got to meet certain gatekeepers who would demand for money to arrange such meets which most of the times never materialised.

Come on people, the man is working. Do you think it is that easy to go see the minister. Hey he has a country to run, not a sundry shop. Of course it would be next to impossible unless of course you are a Ketua Bahagian or a CEO of a big corporation or a Police big-shot.

Someone in the past was scoffed at for daring to suggest that, one should just simply go to the minister's house, should he be home and available, which sadly is as likely as George Bush having teh tarik at Kayu.

Yes, they are busy but our ministers are such good people and I take this opportunity to scold all those who scoffed at the suggestion that we meet our ministers at their own Fort-Knoxed home.

Hey they may be in charge of a certain ministry in their offices but at home they attend to anything under the sun. I think this is another Pak Lah initiative where all ministers are instructed to be home at a certain time of the day to wait for the rakyat to complain personally about any grouses they have.

If I am not mistaken I read about this new instruction at the bottom of an Ah Long pamphlet. Obviously the government is serious about this and to reach out to as many people as possible they even take adverts in these sleazy pamphlets. 3 cheers to the government. As for the Ah Long pamphlets I admit to securing the services of these people to buy fuel.

Anyway, why do I make such a claim and risk alieanting many friends? Why do I suddenly seem to be supportive of the government? My question is why not? Hey they are doing something good so why shouldn't I support them?

Okay let me prove your skepticism of my claim wrong. Didn't you see yesterday's news? A certain minister admitted to seeing a rakyat 'di kediaman saya' who came to complain that this premise was burgled via the backdoor and that he knows who the bugger, er, I mean, burgler, is.

Although the minister couldn't do anything about it as he claimed, he did ask the victim to think about it and do what he feels is right. That is of course not the issue here. The issue is not whether someone got buggered or burgled, thats for the police to decide, the issue is that it is easy for us rakyats to meet our ministers.

If your neighbour is giving you a hard time, if the restaurant you frequent is not clean or if the traffic lights at the junction is not functioning, just get on your bike, don't drive, its just too expensive, and head to the nearest minister's house to complain. I can assure you, it would be reported by the mainstream media.

36 comments:

Francis said...

1. Mr DPM, it is known that even a cabinet minister can’t see you unless he/she goes through appointment, time and phone calls. Why is it so easy for unknown dropout to have a meeting with you at your private residence?

2. If he was “traumatized” (he he), does that mean every traumatized Malaysian has an easy access to your home and time? I’m traumatized, can I come now?

3. Why did he chose you? Why not the PM? Ahmad Zahidi, the Religion Minister? Zaid Ibrahim, the Law Minister? Karpal Singh, the senior lawyer? Ustadh Hadi Awang, the Politician and PAS Leader? TG Nik Azziz? The Selangor Mufti? The Perlis Mufti? The ACA? The Police? His Parents? His Fiancee? UMNO Youth? Foreign Embassies? Why did he chose you alone? And why is it so easy for him to meet you even in your highly guarded private home where you rest after work while evn MPs can’t meet you there?

4. You denied seeing, meeting him on Monday. You said he has only met your officer for scholarship purposes (though he has one and left it). What happened to that statement? Why did you buckle?

5. The boy said he was sodomised one day before he lodged the police report, (Thursday), but you met him earlier and you said he came to complain of sodomy. This means he went to Anwar after meeting you to be sodomised again. You met him when Anwar was in the Holy City of Medina with Dr Aziza performing Umrah, when they came back on Wed. afternoon, the boy said he was sodomised on Thursday. But the boy has been meeting you before. Don’t you think you have sold out your very self?

6. You “told” the boy that it was “up to him”, in case he wanted to file a police report about the sodomy charge. (He he). But Mr DPM you know that sodomy is criminal even if it is out of consent. So how can you fail to order him to seek redress in a court of justice in relation to a crime? Is that’s how you want to lead the nation?

Related:

http://www.atimes.com/atimes/Southeast_Asia/HJ17Ae01.html

Francis said...

Related:

Malaysia's leader-in-waiting

http://www.atimes.com/atimes/Southeast_Asia/HJ17Ae01.html

fergie said...

Yup, he denied ever having met the guy and now he admits this guy turned up at his RESIDENCE! Wow!! I know someone said "Melayu mudah lupa" but .... I say, cikgu, which minister shud I see if I am traumatized? Very soon there will be long queues outside ministers' homes .. hahahaha

awake said...

SD Retraction:

Read Malaysiakini again. In case you missed the points here:

"Balasubramaniam’s lawyer has told Malaysiakini that Balasubramaniam was contacted by the police soon after his press conference yesterday. He last saw his client after dropping him off at the Brickfields police station at 4.45pm.”

http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/85552

What else do you need? Withe the 3 men (Najib, Musa Hasan and Patail) in charge of Malaysia's Defence, Security, Intelligence, Criminal and Justice system fighting for their lives, what do you expect them to do? Lie dowN....oh no! But they are being naive in how they want to conceal their shenanigans and dastardly actions.


Also the Malaysian Insider wrote:

“He told friends yesterday that he had come under severe pressure after releasing the statutory declaration.”

http://themalaysianinsider.com/index.php/home/42-lead-stories/1388-pi-retracts-statutory-declaration

muteaudio said...

Ohhhh....gitu rupanya. JAdi, rakyat blh pergi ke rumah menteri utk buat komplain? Patutlah selama ni piket rakyat tentang kenaikan harga minyak tidak diendahkan. Asyik piket kat KLCC aje. Apa kata kalau kita reramai pergi rumah menteri utk mengadu domba tentang masalah kenaikan harga minyak. Agaknya dia nak layan tak?

Atau dia hanya layan masalah pintu belakang aje?

frankie said...

Chegu, let just say if this stupid story Najib mentioned is true, that the victim 'drop over' his house to seek his help, and as the report said, Najib told the victim to decide on his own on the decision to be taken. Come on, this victim has been buttfucked which is an offence and Najib can only say to the victim, make your own decision. I mean what the fuck.

Remember when the underage girl who was allegely raped by a former CM and the grandmother went to seek assistance from Lim Guan Eng, did LGE told the grandma, make your own decision? What a useless asshole this Najib person, people come to you for help and you asked him to make his own decision.

Anonymous said...

1)I am a college dropout. I need scholarship to further study. But my previous exam results was not very well laa. CGPA below 2.00 only. Some of my friends call me bloody fool. I dont care maa. Still I want to appeal for the scholarship. Can I go to DPM office for the scholarship? That Saiful guy can. Why I cannot?

2) I am traumatized. A dog chased me outside DPM's residence. Can I see DPM in his house right away? That Saiful guy can. Why I cannot?

Also want.

[zsazsa] said...

1.I have a even better result why can't i get a scholarship.. getting loan pun not that easy. ape lg scholarship. If can i also want to apply scholarship to study accountancy ma

2.sometimes these people just simply give statement without interpreting what they say can actually means to us who listens.
so it means when traumatized we can go to ministers house to seek help. now i want to thank you for mentioning this since we did not know about it before ;)

[zsazsa] said...

oh i meant to thank the minister who pointed it out

Zawi said...

Chegu,
It is good that now Ministers even as high up as The DPM are willing to listen and advise people with problems especially when it involves his enemy. Now he is contradicting himself and must be lost on how to straighten things out. I guess he must be wishing the ground will open up and swallow him and thus ends his misery.

LetLoose said...

Brader...aku nak gi rumah Menteri...nak mintak C4 nak bom ikan dalam sungai...tak pun bom pasir yg halang air kat Pekan dulu...

Bila Bala pergi Balai, dia di tunjuk C4...tu yg keluar lain pulak.

Dalam keadaan sekarang siapa yang lebih perlukan Bala?

Siapa yang lebih berkuasa?

p/s lebih ni nak bukak PI bisnes...semua ada SD,C4,HD,MA,PhD

Kerp (Ph.D) said...

maybe i should try this method. a wheelchair dealer was trying to rip me off with an exorbitant price for a 2nd hand cushion. since i'm busy for the next few days, pakdol may have to free his time on wednesday for my appointment. i mean, hey, thhats the only day i can spare a few hours. they're very rakyat-friendly arent they?

cakapaje said...

Salam Cikgu,

Er...what if I'm being traumatised by the entire cabinet, who can I lodge complain with?

Bung said...

Hari tu Raja Petra buat SD jugak tapi takdak pun Polis panggil 24 jam...

Hmmm ada apa apa kot.

monsterball said...

Only those with itchy backsides..to be serviced ..can walk in.
And they must be of certain size man....not huge fellas.
These are scrutinized by Najib's trusted assistants....knowing his likes and dislikes.
Old fut like you and me...poortak!!

Anonymous said...

My neighbor started a wood factory at a residential area which is affecting my family's health and noise pollution giving us stress.

I complained to the mayor of MBSA personally last year May, ie, one month after the factory commenced. The factory is now 3 to 4 times bigger than when I first complained.

I made numerous complains to him and my BN Adun the past 13 months but things are becoming worse. Tried selling the house but prospective buyers did not miss the neighbor's factory, so in vain.

Can I go see Najib or the present Selangor MB as my family of eight are really traumatised? Help me Najib or the new state PR govt. Check with Mazalan of MBSA, I am sure he will immediately know about the complaint. He even showed his kampungmate my sms's to him.

Mazalan is the mayor of Shah Alam and his h/p no is 0123206068.

I am/was an Umno member since 1977. If PR govt can help me, my family of eight will surely support the PR from then onwards.

So DS Najib or DS Khalid, can any one of you help me in this matter?

Or should I call Karam Singh Waliya?

Regards. Traumatised and helpless rakyat.

Kata Tak Nak said...

Francis,
Now we know where to go for all our problems. I think I have an itch between my legs, I wonder if he would scratch it for me.

Kata Tak Nak said...

Fergie,
I had a momentarily lapse of memory, probably the C4 syndrome.

Kata Tak Nak said...

awake,
Somehow this doesn't surprise me at all. I know our authorities are capable of doing it.

Kata Tak Nak said...

muteaudio,
Mungkin you boleh bawa some of your documentaries untuk dapat pendapar daripada menteri2 kita. Jangan risau depa mesra rakyat.

Kata Tak Nak said...

anonymous 16.10,
Don't worry anybody can go see Najib for scholarships but you have to admit to being sodomised by someone.

Kata Tak Nak said...

zsazsa,
It is not sometimes, it is all the time.

Kata Tak Nak said...

zawi,
I could have sworn I saw him panic when talking to the press.

Kata Tak Nak said...

letloose,
Betul soalan tu, siapa lebih perlukan Bala. Dan kita tahu, najib sangat2 mahu Bala.

Kata Tak Nak said...

Kerp,
That is moving mesra rakyat to the pinnacle. Lets us now call our menteris to our house rather than go and see them.

Kata Tak Nak said...

shah,
Hmm that is a tough one. Try Musa Hassan or Ghani Patail

Kata Tak Nak said...

bung,
Different standards for different people, Malaysia Boleh

Kata Tak Nak said...

monty,
I wonder if it was Najib who screwed his arse after all in the retracted SD it was mention that Najib said Altantuya is susceptible to anal. How come he knows, maybe got try one.

Kata Tak Nak said...

anonymous,
On a serious note, please do try to contact the new MB and lets see if he cakap serupa bikin.

haNTutelur said...

Come on guys. It's not the work of Najib la. He's being sabotaged. Game will end soon.

Kata Tak Nak said...

hantu,
Funny, I heard about his involvement a long time ago and dare you say the Razak baginda case is clean? Game over maybe, but convincingly, I don't think so.

hantutelur said...

CheGu, I don't mean the Altantuya murder case, I mean the Bala's SD retraction. Najib was not involved. This is the work of a third party. About the case, I still have doubts whether what we hear in court is the real truth, nothing but the truth. Politics in Malaysia - you can't differentiate facts from fictions.

And CheGu, there'll be a crackdown soon. Bloggers will be quizzed. So just ease up on things.

Kata Tak Nak said...

Hantu,
Yeah I made a mistake there and I am expecting a crackdown. I am liar if I were to say that I am not worried and any way, thanks.

hantutelur said...

Now Che'gu, the cabinet is ordering cybercafes to close before midnight, users to register in log books and universities are required to give list of students who frequent the cybercafes. Haven't the heard of wi-fi and wireless broadband?

They are still living 1998. I remember reformasi during its infancy. There were no weblogs, just websites with daily updates. I remember one webmaster who died because he neglected his own well being, the original mahazalim dot com. Most of the websites are already gone.

monsterball said...

Take my advise kata tak nak.
Ignore hantutelur comments .
You response back to him...he will rojak you blog with nonsense.
Leave him alone.

ruletutnah said...

a pot calling a kettle black

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