Kerisman strikes again in his comeback as Home Minister, continuing the tradition of being dumb, ignorant, stupid and dungu.. wheeeeeeeeeeeeee!

Wednesday, June 24th, 2009 3,875 views

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Move to revisit 125 proposals lauded

Jun 22 - KUALA LUMPUR: The Home Ministry’s move to revisit the 125 recommendations by the Royal Commission to Enhance the Operation and Management of the Royal Malaysian Police in 2005 has received positive response.

Home Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Hussein was quoted in a report in the New Sunday Times as saying that, in line with the aim to enhance the image and operations of the police force, he would be retracing the steps to see if the recommendations had been carried out and if they had made an impact.

Without going into details as to which recommendations he wanted to address, Hishammuddin said he was aware the people still had negative perceptions when it came to the police force and that police officers still had grievances that had to be looked into.

(Source: NST)

Home Minister backtracks on revisiting Royal Commission report on police

PUTRAJAYA, June 23 - Datuk Seri Hishamuddin Hussein said the Home Ministry will come up with a new strategy to boost public confidence in the police force, instead of revisiting the 125 recommendations made by the Royal Commission’s report on the police.

Two days ago, the Home Minister announced that he aims to enhance the image and operations of the force by revisiting the 125 recommendations made by the Royal Commission to enhance the operation and management of the Royal Malaysian Police in 2005.

The Independent Police Complaints and Misconduct Commission (IPCMC) was one of the key recommendations made by Royal Commission but was rejected by the police.

Hishammuddin was defensive when asked about IPMC and said it was unfair to target only the police.

“Why are we only looking at the police? That is totally unfair because it is sensational? Because it is something worth to write about?

“But there are a lot of things that you can write as far as KDN is concern and this is what I want to put the record straight within a very short period of time as I lead this ministry,” he said.

Hishammuddin was at Putrajaya International Convention Centre to hold a dialogue with Malaysian heads of mission at the 7th Heads of Missions conference.

The Home Ministry will also be setting up a new international division and research development division.

“The main thing is to ensure that whatever we do, we have to ensure the outcome to be internationally benchmarked. Just having output on paper will be meaningless, we need outcomes where the public can feel it,” he explained.

(Source: Malaysian Insider - no other local news carrying this piece of report, just MI)

I am sorry for Hishammuddin. It seems like much of the good nutrients went to his big nose instead of his brain. What an idiotic ass. Remember this? Not forgetting his infamous kissing the keris orgy fest. Why we always end up having idiots as our cabinet ministers, especially for the Home Ministry and Information Ministry? Why?????!

Our very own local hero,  Kerisman.

The sheer arrogance, stupidity, ignorance and heartless stand of  our cabinet ministers not only repulsive to snuff the confidence both local and international investors but also the average citizen on the street.

“..will come up with a new strategy to boost public confidence in the police force..”

What new strategy? We don’t need new strategy. Public lost their confidence in the police force because they see no concrete actions taken to improve the force and the tendency of our police force to act with prejudice and bias against opposition parties, leaders and supporters.

The resounding failure to implement and accept the suggestions by an independent royal commission created with an objective to study the problems faced by the police force and to check corruption, abuse of power and other serious malpractices in the police force is definitely one of the reason behind the low public confidence in the public force.

What is a better strategy than to follow the ready suggestions? To find a new strategy to get new suggestions? That’s so confusing. I really don’t understand this logic, well I shall blame myself for not having a big nose like Hishammuddin? Oh, don’t geddit? A high, wide forehead indicates intelligence, so in this case a big nose also indicates intelligence lah no? Big = good mah! Not true ah? Then big nose indicates what? HAHAHAHAHAHAA!

Laugh with me HAHAHAHAHAHAAA!

So, Mr KerisHishammuddin Hussein Onn, let me quote you again:

“Why are we only looking at the police? That is totally unfair because it is sensational? Because it is something worth to write about?

Why you ask? First, we are NOT ONLY looking at the police. We are looking at many things – judiciary, rule of law, saccountability, governance etc. – that your miniscule dimwit brain cannot comprehend. Or else you wouldn’t send 900 cops and FRU personnel together with 2 water cannon trucks to “attend” DAP 43rd anniversary dinner, right?

Who in the right mind would send 1 out of every 100 police personnel in the whole of Malaysia to attend a  Father’s Day dinner?

2nd, are you so out of touch that Malaysians put security and safety as one of their paramount concerns? Are you so ignorant to address the deepest fears and concerns of Malaysians, regardless of race, religion or political affiliation, at the rise in the crime rate and the fear of crime, with their loss of the fundamental right to safety and security in the streets, public places and even the privacy of their home?

The police force is tasked to look after the safety and security of the citizens, so if we are not looking at the police, who should we look at? Shall we appeal to the triads and gangsters then? Ah Longs? Chicken rice sellers? Sensational or not, that’s beside the point and of course it is something WORTH to write about. Are you saying it’s not worth to write about this issue? What a blittering nincompoop!

“The Independent Police Complaints and Misconduct Commission (IPCMC) was one of the key recommendations made by Royal Commission but was rejected by the police.

Hishammuddin was defensive when asked about IPCMC and said it was unfair to target only the police.”

Why the recommendation to set up IPCMC was rejected? You did not provide any concrete reason, so please explain. Why so defensive when asked about IPCMC if our police force is efficient, effective and honest?  What’s is so bad about having an independent body to work as a check and balance to the police force?

Wait, I thought we ARE being fair to target only the police when we talk about IPCMC because it’s relevant to them? We can’t target others for example, foreign maids and their employers when we talk about IPCMC right? Not unless we are taking about a day off in a week suggestion. Get a dictionary and look up the word ‘relevant’, please?

Datuk Seri Hishamuddin Hussein said the Home Ministry will come up with a new strategy to boost public confidence in the police force….

The Home Ministry will also be setting up a new international division and research development division.

“Just having output on paper will be meaningless, we need outcomes where the public can feel it.”

Stop wasting our time and money on  setting up  a “new international division and research development division”. International division my foot. To boost up public confidence and gain their trust in our police force, you should do only one thing – to implement the recommendations by the Royal Commission to Enhance the Operation and Management of the Royal Malaysian Police and we will definitely FEEL it.

Of course we need outcomes, not just output on paper and that’s exactly why we want the recommendations (on paper) by the commission to be carried out, you fool! Why we need another “research body” which will provide more or less the same recommendations in the end? How are we going to “internationally benchmark the outcomes’” when simple thing like implement what has been suggested cannot be carried out? Just shut the crap up if you can’t do the job, Hishammuddin!

Well, if any of you have been paying attention to Hishammuddin’s career, all the ministries he was involved, you will observe that he had not contributed anything for the betterment of the ministry. He had all along been warming the seat, saying the right thing to his followers, polishing the leaders and also using the heritage line to advance his career.

What an useless piece of junk, just like his uncle. Hey, it runs in the family, maybe a disease gene passing through the generations? Oh so lucky, wheeeeeeeeee!

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