S.O.B Nation


URGENT NEED TO STOP THE ROT…

A Nation in distress…
Ref: Malaysiakini  &   Malaysia Today

HRH Raja Nazrin

We are 50 years old and still faced with an uncertain future with more corruption news and more murder cases than the police can ever solve. The leader of this country is failing badly at every thing from business to politics to human rights. Its is now the right time to bow down to a true blue leader of the People and seek his wisdom and guidance as last resort.

Just like the Movie 300 the nation needs 5000 braves to support the nation, support our King!

8-Oct-2007 Update

Number of signatories this morning : 2,330

Number of signatories as at 3.00pm today : 2,420

Have you signed on to the petition to His Majesty the Yang DiPertuan Agung to ask for the establishment of a Royal Commission to look into and stop the rot in the judiciary and to return the judiciary back to the rakyat?

Have not read the petition?

To read the draft petition in English, please click HERE.

The actual petition, complete with the language of protocol, can be viewed HERE.

To sign up in support of this petition, please send your name and i.c. number to :

savethejudiciary@gmail.com 


Posting From The People’s Parliament

Petition to the Yang DiPertuan Agung : Update (3)

October 3rd, 2007

As at 6.30 pm this evening, the number of signatories to the petition stood at 1,251.

Last night, the total number of signatories was 1,010.

If each person who has signed on can get another 3 persons to sign the petition, we shall have achieved the target of 5,000.

Please help to set right our judiciary.

Have you signed on to the petition to His Majesty the Yang DiPertuan Agung to ask for the establishment of a Royal Commission to look into and stop the rot in the judiciary and to return the judiciary back to the rakyat?

Have not read the petition?

To read the draft petition in English, please click HERE.

The actual petition, complete with the language of protocol, can be viewed HERE.

To sign up in support of this petition, please send your name and i.c. number to :

savethejudiciary@gmail.com

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Last night, the number of signatories to the petition stood at 1,251.

As at 7.30 pm tonight, the total number of signatories was 1,600.

People, this is your petition.

5,000 signatories is not impossible if we all make a real effort to help friends and relatives overcome an unfounded fear.

If each person who has signed on can get another 2 persons to sign the petition, we would have come within striking distance of the target of 5,000.

Please help to set right our judiciary.

Have you signed on to the petition to His Majesty the Yang DiPertuan Agung to ask for the establishment of a Royal Commission to look into and stop the rot in the judiciary and to return the judiciary back to the rakyat?

Have not read the petition?

To read the draft petition in English, please click HERE.

The actual petition, complete with the language of protocol, can be viewed HERE.

To sign up in support of this petition, please send your name and i.c. number to :

savethejudiciary@gmail.com

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LATEST UPDATE FROM THE PEOPLE’S PARLIAMENT

I will defend my constitution, my country and my fellow Malaysians. Will you?

October 4th, 2007 

If this country faced a serious military invasion from external forces, all able-bodied Malaysian men and women might be called upon to take up arms in defence of the realm. 

Kiss the hubby / wife and children, say goodbye with a promise to see them soon.

Yet knowing full well that you may in fact never see them again. 

We would have no choice.

The threat to our country today is not from external forces.

Insiduously, the sanctity of this nation is under threat from the very institutions you and I are entitled to expect will serve us faithfully

SERVE US, NOT THEMSELVES.

We are lumbered with an executive, so pompous and full of itself, arrogantly confident that we, the citizens, have not what it takes to unseat it from power no matter what wrong it does or how blatantly so.

A Parliament whose members have not the slightest inkling as to their role and functions, much less care. They have over the years, wittingly or otherwise, ravaged the Federal Constitution, at the behest of leaders who craved eternal rule.

Yet it is the systematic emasculation of the judiciary that has most left the citizenry open to state abuse and violation.

Democracy in this country is near dead.

And you think we have a choice whether to rise to the defence of our nation?

Have we not already for too long stood by and watched, our cowardice shrouded in any number of reasons why it was best to turn and look the other way?

Many have now asked :

‘Is RPK’s petition not enough?’

‘How effective will this petition be?’

I signed RPK’s petition.

It is an important appeal by the rakyat to His Majesty.

Yet, on the matter of the state of the judiciary, mention of the same is only made in paragraph 6 and that too, principally in respect of the matter of promotion of judges.

This is understandable as RPK launched his petition before the VK Lingam video made the news.

The petition that you are now being asked to sign addresses what is, to my mind, the most pressing issue that faces this country.

A judiciary in seeming shambles.

I ask you now, if you signed RPK’s, why will you not sign another?

How effective will this petition prove to be?

Truthfully, I cannot say. 

What I will say, though, is that continuing to complain in pubs and coffeeshops and on the internet about the state of things and doing little else will leave the status quo intact.

1,600 of us have signed the petition to His Majesty appealing that the judiciary be restored to us, the rakyat.

If it comes to nought, 1,600 Malaysians will know that we tried.

We can look you in the eye and say, ‘Yes, we tried to defend our constitution, our country and our fellow Malaysians’.

Can you look us in the eye and say the same?

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