‘No’ inside job in extorsion, bribery and close one eye incidences, says Malaysian Immigration

‘No’ inside job in extorsion, bribery and close one eye incidences,

says Malaysian Immigration

Note: All are done by outsiders. We believe your words but just remember that Allah knows every thing. We all would know the truth on the judgement day.

Illegal immigrants use Malaysia as a transit point  before moving to a third country, usually the West.

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Living in a windowless Myanmar house

Living in a windowless house

For those who may see the comming ‘democratic’ election according to the seven step Road Map to ‘Democracy’ as the dawn of a new age, I have a different take on the matter. I learned this from a young age from reading the great Chinese writer, Lu Xin.

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The Irrawaddy:Junta Commanders Court Ceasefire Groups

Regional commanders from the Burmese military government met the leaders of several ceasefire groups on Tuesday for talks that likely centered on the groups’ participation in the 2010 election, according to sources at the Sino-Burmese border.

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Human Rights Watch Letter to the Prime Minister of Malaysia

Human Rights Watch Letter to

the Prime Minister of  Malaysia

Note: Extracts related to foreigners only.

Dato’ Sri Mohd Najib Bin Haji Tun Abdul Razak
Pejabat Perdana Menteri

Re: Human Rights in Malaysia

Dear Prime Minister,

Congratulations on your April 3, 2009, appointment as Malaysia’s sixth prime minister. As you know, Human Rights Watch, a nongovernmental human rights organization that monitors human rights in more than 70 countries around the world, has long raised human rights concerns in Malaysia with your predecessors. Continue reading

The Art of War by Sun Tzu

The Art of War: Sūn Zǐ Bīng Fǎ

I will apologize to the original writer at a favourable time later. I am sure he understands our situation.

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The Irrawaddy:EU Extends Burma Sanctions

The European Union (EU) renewed economic sanctions on Burma for one more year during a foreign ministers’ meeting in Luxembourg on Monday.

The EU said it would continue to work to establish an open dialogue with Burma’s ruling generals in Naypyidaw, the capital. It also called for the junta to conduct a “genuine dialogue” with opposition and ethnic groups.

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The Irrawaddy:Shan Composer Sai Kham Lait Celebrates 60th Birthday

The influential Shan composer Sai Kham Lait celebrated his 60th birthday in Mandalay on Sunday.

Mandalay figured in the song that made him famous— “A Shan Living in Mandalay.” The song featured on the album “Losing Heaven,” which Sai Kham Lait recorded with the late singer Sai Htee Saing.

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Burmese migrants remain trapped in Malacca without jobs

Burmese migrants remain trapped in Malacca without jobs

After their agent left them without work in a factory and without any proper legal papers, at least 60 Burmese migrants remain trapped in Malacca of Malaysia.

Hla Myat Thu, a Burmese woman who is among the 60 people said, they were in a severe situation with no income and restrictions to move out in search of work.

“I want to go back [to Burma], but it is impossible. They [agent] ask for large sums of money and I have no idea, how I can repay all my debts,” she said.

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US Senate beating on the ‘corruption and refugee’ allegations of the Myanmar Refugees

US Senate beating on the

‘corruption and refugee’ allegations of Myanmar Refugees

There are many refugees and asylum seekers in Malaysia today – FACT.

These refugees come mainly from Burma (Myanmar), Southern Thailand, Southern Philippines,…

Refugees normally just run for their life and liberty, and this means that many would have not left their country ‘legally’ or entered Malaysia “legally”. Most will not even have passports.

How many refugees are there? Between 100,000 to 400,000…we really do not know.

Malaysia treats many of these refugees as undocumented migrant workers – but really they are not. They are refugees and asylum seekers, and they should be seen as such.
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Deputy minister ‘catches’ off duty doctors lazing while patients wait

Deputy minister ‘catches’ off duty doctors lazing while patients wait

Comment: Problem with the Malaysian Indians and Chinese is once they got some power, they became irrogant, proud and rude. I am not condoning the lazy doctors but just giving my observation and informed remarks as a feed-back only.

Update: Now it is clear that he was scolding to the off duty HOs. Than, we should scold that arrogant Deputy Minister for not working in his office even if that was Sunday! Afterall the opposition won more than 90% of the seats in Federal Territory. His position is just like the status of Perak speaker. The Deputy minister should just quit his job but he is shamelessly holding and acting arrogantly to the post. Continue reading

Najib told to act on damning trafficking report

Najib told to act on damning trafficking report

There is mounting pressure for newly-minted Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak to take action in the wake of a damning United States Senate report on human trafficking in Malaysia.

New York-based Human Rights Watch has called on Najib “to protect the rights of refugees and victims of human trafficking.”

Meanwhile, veteran parliamentarian Lim Kit Siang urged the government to respond to allegations that Malaysian officials are complicit in the human trafficking of refugees.

“This is not only most damaging to Malaysia’s international image but raises also grave questions about Malaysia’s human rights commitment in Asean,” said Lim.

Two days ago, the US Senate released a report which once again put Malaysia under the spotlight on its long-standing problem of human trafficking.

The report was the result of investigations prompted by allegations of the trafficking of thousands of Burmese refugees in Malaysia who were held in detention centres around the country.
captured detained illegal immigrants 030707They were deported to the Thailand-Malaysia border, where they were extorted for up to RM2,000 each in return for safe journey back to Malaysia.
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Burmese refugees ‘treated like a commodity’

Burmese refugees ‘treated like a commodity’

The mistreatment of Burmese migrants, asylum seekers and refugees in Malaysia is the focus of a report released on Thursday by the US Senate Committee on Foreign Relations.


rohingya refugees 281004 in boatsAfter receiving disturbing reports of trafficking in 2007, committee staff conducted a year-long review of the allegations.

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The Irrawaddy:Diarrhea Deaths Confirmed in Rangoon

Sources in Rangoon have confirmed that at least five people have died in an outbreak of diarrhea that hit Burma’s largest city just before the start of the Burmese New Year’s festival in mid-April.

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SPDC Senior General Humpty Dumpty sat on the wall


SPDC Senior General Humpty Dumpty sitting on the wall

SPDC Senior General Than Shwe is going to have a great fall

Once broken, all the Tatmadaw generals and soldiers

would not be able to put him together again anymore

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