Saturday, April 30, 2016
WHAT IS WRONG WITH MALAYSIANS TODAY?
NOTHING SO SAYS THE MALAYS.
I ASKED MCA LATELY THIS AND THEY JUST SAY OUR LEADERS ARE A BUNCH OF THIEVES SO THIS IS TO BE EXPECTED.
MY PM AND HIS WIFE HAVE SHOWN THE WORLD THERE IS NOTHING WRONG IN THEM STEALING BUT RAKYAT CANNOT DO THAT.
THESE AUTHORITIES LIVE IN A DIFFERENT WORLD.
EVERYTHING THE RAKYAT DO IS WRONG BUT NOT OUR LEADERS.
TODAY WE HAVE RELIGION POLICE PATROLLING THE STREETS BECAUSE ZAHID THE ABUSERS WANTS TO CONTROL THE PEOPLE SO THAT NO OPPOSITION PARTY CAN TAKE OVER THE RUNNING OF MALAYSIA.
YES TODAY WE HAVE BECOME A TALIBAN NATION AND NO-ONE IS COMPLAINING OR PROTESTING BECAUSE WE ARE TOTALLY SCREWED.
In trial project, PDRM to deploy officers, sergeant to assist Jais in Shariah enforcement
Published: April 28, 2016 06:10 PM GMT+8
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Malaysia Islamic Development Department director-general (Jakim) Datuk Othman Mustapha said the trial project would be implemented for a year.
“Issues that threaten the Islamic religious faith such as Shiah and deviant teachings, conflicts over Shariah law, social ills and the question of rights to freedom have become increasingly complex.
“Therefore, professional support and services from PDRM personnel to assist Jais’ enforcement machinery in handling Shariah cases are critical and timely,” he said at a press conference after the handing-over of the three PDRM personnel to Jais for the trial project, here, today.
Also present, were Jais director Datuk Haris Kasim and Bukit Aman police Management director Datuk Seri Zulkifli Abdullah.
Othman said that during the one-year period, the placement of the PDRM personnel for the cadre posts at Jais’ Enforcement Division would be regularly monitored for the project’s impact and effectiveness.
“We hope this cooperation between PDRM and Jais can be strengthened and extended to the Islamic religious department of other states in future.
“This placement idea was mooted by Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi as the Home Minister in 2013,” he added.
Meanwhile, Zulkifli said under the trial project, PDRM placed an ASP, inspector and sergeant from different departments and who had vast experience in their respective fields, including religion.
He said the three would assist Jais in giving advice and would share their expertise in conducting enforcement operations.
“They may also be involved in Jais’ enforcement operations. Besides that, they can also use their own network to get more police assistance needed in an operation,” he added.
Haris, meanwhile, said the cooperation from PDRM could boost Jais’ enforcement operations and expedite the investigation documentation process. — Bernama
THE FIRST VICTIM WOULD BE THE GIRLS AND WOMEN. ONE NEED NOT WAIT LONG FOR THIS TO HAPPEN. I GIVE IT A MONTH.
Saturday, April 23, 2016
Apparently guns with damaged serial number or marking can be purchase for as little as RM500 and bullets cost RM200 a piece.
Where does the guns come from?
Interested to know?
Well since the gun salesman became number 1 in Bukit Aman, one can just call his private number and get one within 2 mins after money has been transferred through special delivery.
Just watch how Richard Morais gets his guns daily.
Thursday, April 21, 2016
This man is not clear about his origin.
This man is not clear who he is.
This man is the most unclear man in the history of Malaysia.
Today many Malaysians are unclear who the fuck he is.
I really pity the woman who gave birth to this unclear bastard.
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