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Wednesday, September 29, 2010

No respect for the law

The Royal Malaysian Police or Polis DiRaja Malaysia claim they have brought down crime rates, solved multiple-murders and even occasionally outrun and arrested some Mat Rempits. But there is one problem they have never been able to solve.

The ILLEGAL PARKING problem



How to respect like dat?

Niamah!!!


Thursday, September 30. 10:17 AM

I just received this comment from a Niamah!!! visitor. There are some mind-boggling revelations here. See if you can spot them...

cannot be like that la Pat.
if the parking space were not enough, people have no other choice than an illegal parking. usually at a packed business center or even at 1home-1park apartment.

when we got saman at a place like that, we argue that the police have no sense, tak ade hati perut coz we have no other choice because of the apartment's law and everything..

the root of the problem is, that place dont have enough parking space. so dont blame the civilian because there's no parking spot left. and dont blame the cops too much because they lessen the saman's burden.

and also Pat, illegal parking is in the Majlis Daerah/Perbandaran/Bandaraya responsibility not the police..

Niamah!!!



35 comments:

Altimet said...

Najib is the biggest HYPOCRITE. In the world stage he preaches tolerance and asks to reel in the extremist. But back home he allows racist remarks by his civil servants to go unpunished. The latest of many racist chants is by the Federal Territory Biro Tata Negara (BTN) deputy director Hamim Husin who referred to the Chinese and Indian communities as ‘Si Mata Sepet and Si Botol’ when speaking at a Puter Umno function. Again another civil servant spewed out one of the most extremist and venomous speeches against the Chinese and Indian communities. Najib is the type of BN leaders we have in Malaysia. Trying to show the world via UN that he is a moderate but at home he is a racist, coward and hypocrite. Let us kick this Govt out once and for all and stop this hypocrisy.

By now, all Malaysians already know the evil of BTN, UMNO's tool at divisive politics. Worse, it is a department directly under the PM's department. Hence can we still believe Najib's 1Malaysia? So far, all the slogans, whenever a new PM "ascends the throne", has come to nought, from TDM's 'Clean, Efficient, and Trustworthy' slogan when he took over as PM, to AAB's Islam Hadhari, and his avowed aim on coming down hard on corruption (he proved that he is just as corrupt, if not more, than all the PM's before him). The BTN has been shown to be an extremely racist and highly divisive politically-orientated agency to promote the supremacy of one particular race, which is in direct contradiction to Najib's inclusive OneMalaysia policy. It highlighted the fact the BTN is an indoctrination tool to instil and reinforce a racial supremacist agenda. Do not doubt, BTN is UMNO's tool to turn the Malays in race supremacists, otherwise why is it that people like Hamim Husin is still around to spew out his venom. Just mark my words, nothing will come to him, in fact, he may even be rewarded with a promotion. The only way to dismantle BTN is for UMNO to be voted out.

I am going to send this report and probably the speech of the racist BTN officer to Obama and Clinton. Tell them not to believe Najib and his lies because he breeds and condones extremists in this country.

Anonymous said...

Aiyah Pat they dont know whose responsibility lah! Division police or traffic police or town council officers? Also, cannot cari makan wan because when issue summon driver not around.
What to solve this problem overnite???
Very simple.Just tell our beloved new IGP to tell all the mata-mata that they will be rewarded with RM10 for each summon issued for illegal parking.If the summon is RM50, then the net RM40 can go to the state or to charity.
If this is implemented,you will see all the cars disappeared overnight brother!!!

Anonymous said...

Yeah, kudos to them for a lot of the solved crimes but they can't seem to get the seat belt thing done right in THEIR own patrol cars!!!!!!!!!!!!
NUMBNUTS!

Chong said...

Have you seen police men wearing seat belt while the car is moving? Is it that it is required by law that every passenger in the car to wear seat belt?

Anonymous said...

Uncle Patrick,

Our Malaysian culture maaa.. kalau tak ade parking, improvise one!

Only in Malaysia! =) Niamah~~

Anonymous said...

respect of traffic law is not in the malaysian's vocabulary. It seem to get worse as time goes by. Lead by example also not in our politician vocabulary as well.

Magika said...

Let Najib declare on his return from his "Rise, Moderates" speech in UN whether he is prepared to "galvanise" the moderates in Malaysia to draw the line against the rise in extremism, whether racial bigotry or religious intolerance, led by Deputy Prime Minister Muhyiddin

Anonymous said...

Want respect. Simply. Behave and act respectable. Be honest, Fair, Anti-Racist, Not corrupt.etc. etc. The Rakyat are not fools.

Anonymous said...

My instinct tells me, present PIG will be worst than Musang. Wait n C.

Anonymous said...

altimet,

be a man and take it with our chin up. call us what they like. just imagine whats their reaction when we give them unsavoury names. we will be one up, no worries.

Jacque The Idiot said...

Brought down crime rates? Like brought down 0.00000001% or what? These people have no brain but dare to think that all Malaysians are no brain like them. WTF!

Anonymous said...

I think we can solve these police issues once and for all if more Chinese and Indians join the forces! am sure no more complaints made by these two races! Oh wait, no Chinese or Indians wants to join the forces right??

So, please! Stop complaining and give some credits to the police force when it is due. The only reasons you people are complaining about the police is mainly because they are MALAYS!

The illegal parking can be solved if ALL MALAYSIAN of ALL RACES have the right attitude in the first place! We don't need the police to deal with these petty issues.

Shame on you!

middle-class civilian said...

cannot be like that la Pat.
if the parking space were not enough, people have no other choice than an illegal parking. usually at a packed business center or even at 1home-1park apartment.

when we got saman at a place like that, we argue that the police have no sense, tak ade hati perut coz we have no other choice because of the apartment's law and everything..

the root of the problem is, that place dont have enough parking space. so dont blame the civilian because there's no parking spot left. and dont blame the cops too much because they lessen the saman's burden.

and also Pat, illegal parking is in the Majlis Daerah/Perbandaran/Bandaraya responsibility not the police..

Anonymous said...

I believe it works both ways.

On one side, we have corrupted police officials doing their thang and being hypocrites as far as the law is concerned.

And on the other, we Malaysians in general have got this very selfish, carefree, inconsiderate, I don't give a fuck just as long as I am happy with it attitude.

Both sides need overhaul.

Nat--

Anonymous said...

Brought down the crime rates?? Oh yea???
When people GIVE UP making police reports it proves the-uniforms are incompetence. Stop playing with statistics ...corrupted dogs.

Anonymous said...

What anon@9:53 AM is not only happened in housing estates. It happens everywhere, especially the popular commercial locations.

I'm VERY sure that in the first place a proper planning has been layoutted in the master plan to adjust for the future projection for the parking requirement.

Somehow along the way, that projection was ignored, when a high density development is propose & submitted for approval.

So, where should the finger be pointed NOW?

PS, around my office area, the DBKL traffic guys come twice/thrice times a day. A illegal parked car can get 2/3 tickets without problem in a single day. Whose fault now?

The traffic officers' efficiency OR the blatantly disregard of parking law by the drivers?

Niamah!!!!!

Cicakman said...

The effectiveness of polis as depicted in TV shows Gerak Khas and Roda Roda KL are myth created by Haslamto promote PDRM.

Anonymous said...

Mahathir wrote in 'The Malay Dilemma':

"...early Malaya, no great exertion or ingenuity was required to obtain food.. Under these conditions every one survived. Even the weakest and least diligent were able to live in comparative comfort, to marry, to procreate... the hot humid climate is not conducive to either vigorous work or even to mental activity."

He was referring to the Malays, and how lazy the race had become.

"[W]hatever the Malays could do, the Chinese could do better ... before long the industrious and determined immigrants had displaced Malays in petty trading and all branches of skilled work."

Mahathir claims the reason behind disparity is down to genetics. The Malays were lazy, basking in the hot tropical sun, well fed from an abundant soil, and genetically inferior to the hard-working Chinese, imported from China, and looking to carve a niche for themselves in this world. For these reasons, Mahathir claimed, affirmative action for the Malays were necessary. Then, he became the country's 4th Prime Minister, and the rest, as they say, is history.

Anonymous said...

Polis respect law?

http://www.thestar.com.my/news/story.asp?file=/2010/9/30/nation/20100930162214&sec=nation

1 Malay-sia(L) said...

but them pigs are pretty good in setting up road blocks around blind bends and squating under some flyover to shoot those doing 125 km/hr on a open highway!!!

Anonymous said...

PDRM? Havent they become the people's enemy? They seem very very friendly to foreigners/migrants though, the way they stop to talk to them on the roadside.

Anonymous said...

They are extremely very very friendly to migrants/foreign workers ...from the way they spend time chatting to them by the roadside.

Anonymous said...

However they are extremely very friendly to migrants/foreign workers ... from the way they stop to talk with them by the roadsides everywhere. Something that the migrants will remember for a long time to come..

Anonymous said...

Yes we respect the Law but not the Lawmen...Police!!!
Latest news...9 policemen stole 20kg of drugs.
Their punishment...No bonus and Frozen Promotion!!! (Is it for a one year period???)
When shoplifters get 2 to 3 years jail term.
What a Big, Big joke!!! They are making Malaysia a laughing stock of the world!!!
These 9 men are officers of the law, their uniform represent King and country.
These 9 men must have connection to the drug lords....if not who are they going to sell the drug to???
Imagine 20kg of drug could be sold to thousands of addicts...from school children to teenagers, mat rempit to hard core addicts!!!
Hello Home Minster, don't tell us Malaysians, that you too Can Not take action against the policemen because they are Government servants!!!
And the IGP said we don't respect the police!!!???
I think should also say ...
Niamahhh...

Roda Tak Gerak said...

I watch 'Roda Roda KL' on RTM.

It seems that the traffic police are quite good (at least from the show, if only in real life they are as slim).

I have yet to see an episode on illegal parking. Maybe Haslam and his panel of writers can really turun padang and see for themselves. Patrick Teoh can guest star to promote 1 Malaysia.

Also 'Gerak Khas' should have an episode of how policemen can take possession of drugs for reselling, to reflect the reality as reported in the press.

Roda Tak Gerak said...

I watch 'Roda Roda KL' on RTM.

It seems that the traffic police are quite good (at least from the show, if only in real life they are as slim).

I have yet to see an episode on illegal parking. Maybe Haslam and his panel of writers can really turun padang and see for themselves. Patrick Teoh can guest star to promote 1 Malaysia.

Also 'Gerak Khas' should have an episode of how policemen can take possession of drugs for reselling, to reflect the reality as reported in the press.

Anonymous said...

Its has been one month since the Policemen stole the 40kg drugs.
Now there is only silence from the AG, MACC and all the BN minsters.
Hey this is one big and serious offense.
I, too would like to be a policeman. How to apply, huh???

Anonymous said...

10 policemen stole 40 kg of drugs from the police (confiscated) evidence.
1 lorry driver have been charge and acquitted and re-arrested. I sympathized with the lorry driver, for he drives a lorry for a living.
If he is a drug smuggler, he won't be driving a lorry but a BMW. And would have paid someone to do the dirty job.
But the policemen are still working, awaiting internal investigation.
This is the clearest picture of a double standard.
Now I am 50 years old and want to be a policeman, can ah???

Pak Santau said...

Polis got immunity.

They catch people but nobody can catch them.

Their only bogeyman is the 'Kuasa Ketiga' (the 3rd force).

So it is a good carrer choice for you kids to join PDRM.

Anonymous said...

New IGP must seriously grapple with the new Malaysian phenomenon where crime index falls but Malaysians feel even more unsafe!

Anonymous said...

I watched Roda Roda KL on RTM last nite.

The show seems to give us the impression that the policeman and policewoman are more interested in their love affairs within the police HQ.

No wonder we have so much problem.

Anonymous said...

I'm an inhabitant of section 17 PJ and understand you have a link to the music machine Pat... the workers there park illegally as well... all over the side walk where no parking is allowed.

patrickteoh said...

Dear Anonymous 7:22 PM, as far as I know there are no sidewalks in Section 17, PJ. Quite a number of those cars you see in Section 17 in the area you claim belong to people who work in the Phileo buildings.

Gerak Khas Roda Roda said...

Polis Intimidasi...

http://malaysia-today.net/mtcolumns/from-around-the-blogs/35116-video-police-intimidation-caught-on-video

Anonymous said...

Chong 5.19PM,

I've come across patrol car where the officers did not have their seatbelts fastened, and I've called up their hotline (the one printed on their car) to ask about this. Guess what was the reply...

"Oh, ini adalah supaya mereka boleh keluar dari kereta dengan cepat bila ada kecemasan..."

So there you go... noble intention or power abuse?

Nuffnang