Posted by: mylittlesnow | October 15, 2008

Hindraf a threat to public order? or the keris is the real threat?

Just to bring up my point regarding gov’s decision to declare Hindras as illegal. The reason given was that the movement is a threat to public order. As usual, brainless and dumb reasons were given without much concrete proof or evidence but merely giving a general statement.

Home Minister Syed Hamid Albar said the decision was made after the ministry was satisfied with facts and evidence that showed “Hindraf had and was being used for unlawful purposes and posed a threat to public order and morality”.

Well, i am not sure what exactly he meant by unlawful purposes as well as a threat to public order and morality. Can you give us an example ah mr. Albar cause gua memang pening kelapa (yes, i’m saying kelapa to proof that i’m really pening, hehe) when trying to figure out what you are talking about. So for me, in my personal opinion as well as what i have been observing so far, Hindraf is not a threat at all la. I don’t even feel threaten at all and i’m part of the public, so how come you can say hindraf is a threat? To me, itu Hishamuddin’s action of drawing out the keris is way much more threatening to me compare to this Hindraf movement. I really felt threaten back then and was so damn worried about my safety as well as my relatives and friends’ safety. So why not making a public statement to ban the action of waving the keris and swearing to bath the keris in someone’s blood? Itu Najib has done it before and then oops, Hishamuddin just did it again recently. So are you gonna make sure there ain’t gonna be a third time?



  1. Not sure if this ban make sense as HINDRAF is not a legal organisation in the first place.

    As a moderate Indian Malaysian, I don’t agree or support HINDRAF (maybe one of the few Indian who do not support HINDRAF in Malaysia).

    No, I’m not a BN Supporter. How many have actually read their memorandum, speeches or attended their gatherings?

    The approach, writing and rhetorics incites hatred towards others. They are another organisation hiding behind race, religion, temples and schools. Most of their arguements are flimsy and does not make much sense.

    For alternative views on HINDRAF, from a Indian Malaysian point of view, , please visit (AUg/Sept/Oct Archive)

  2. DO you want a third time “keris show” from u-no-putra youth gangs ? Unfortunately , there will be no third time but “action” the next time. make sure you be prepared for your own safety against terrorism in bodohland.

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