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In Video: Tian Chua’s Comment On Lahad Datu

On March 14, 2013 Parti Keadilan Rakyat’s vice president Tian Chua was charged with making seditious statements in relation to the Sabah conflict – please click here.

However he pleaded not guilty at the Sessions Court to accusing UMNO of being behind the Lahad Datu intrusion – please click here.

“This is a politically motivated charge. I will answer this slander to clear my name,” he said from the dock when asked to enter his plea by the court’s interpreter (NST – March 14, 2013).

He said that people misquoted his statement.

But there is a video of a Chinese man saying that the Lahad Datu incident was something like a make-believe story fabricated by UMNO …

The banner behind him looks like that February 15, 2013’s speech was made on the Malaysian opposition parties’ stage.

And the Chinese man really looks like Parti Keadilan Rakyat’s vice president, Chua Tian Chang or Tian Chua.

Will Tian Chua says that this is another ‘UMNO’s conspiracy’ as the Lahad Datu incident?

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  3. Kampung Simunul Ambush — A Firsthand Account II
  4. LAHAD DATU: ‘I Saw His Face As He Fell’

Tian Chua Charged Over “Umno Conspiracy” Remarks

PKR vice-president Tian Chua has been charged under the Sedition Act 1948 with making statements linking Umno to the Lahad Datu shootings.

Please read, ‘Is The Lahad Datu Incident A Conspiracy?’

The Batu MP was charged under Section 4(1)(b) for alleging that the Lahad Datu incident was a conspiracy by the UMNO government to divert attention and frighten the people.

Tian Chua's tweet on March 1st regarding the Lahad Datu Shooting.

Tian Chua’s tweet on March 1st regarding the Lahad Datu Shooting.

Hundreds of police reports was made against him all over Malaysia by Malaysian of all races for his unpatriotic statements.

For more details please click here.



Jamalul Kiram III Called For Ceasefire? Is This A Computer Game?

Malaysia has rejected the unilateral ceasefire call by so-called Sulu Sultan Jamalul Kiram III after he ordered his armed followers to illegally entered Malaysia and started the fight by killing two Malaysian police on Friday and another six the next day; please click here.

The Prime Minister of Malaysia, Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak said:

“Sulu militants must lay down arms and surrender unconditionally and operations against them will go on as long as it takes,”

I, like most Malaysian, agree with Datuk Seri Najib.

I just cannot understand how Jamalul Kiram III thinks about the whole incident.

Does he expect Malaysia to agree to a ceasefire whenever he feels like it after what he did?

Malaysia is a sovereign country and we have our own constitution and laws that must be respected by everybody, even the foreigners when they are in our lands.

If Jamalul Kiram III wants to stop the fight that he started, he must order his men to drop their weapons, surrender unconditionally and face the law of our country.

(Please read: Malaysia Can Extradite So-Called Sulu Sultan)

We are living in the modern world where we have to follow the laws and cannot do things as we wish.

This is not a computer game.

If we play computer games like Age Of Empires III The Asian Dynasties, and play against the computer, we can just push the ceasefire button when we are almost defeated and everyone will stop attacking so that we could run back to our own colony and re-attack when we are stronger and have more armies; because it is only a game.

But the Lahad Datu incident is not a game, so he can’t just ask for a ceasefire when ever he wishes after he ordered his men to come to our country illegally with firearms and started shooting at our security forces after the government gave them more than two weeks to solve the matter through discussions.

We must be responsible and sensible if we want to be a leader.

I am grateful Malaysia has a good King and good Sultans who care about the people.


LAHAD DATU: Najib Announces Attack On Intruders

(NST) Below is the statement by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak on the Lahad Datu incident.

Since the intrusion by a group of gunmen in Lahad Datu on Feb 12, the government has taken an approach to resolve the conflict without any bloodshed.

The police have arranged for meetings and discussions hoping that the intruders would agree to leave peacefully without facing serious action.

However, as the intrusion prolonged, it was clear that the intruders had no intention to leave Sabah. Last Friday, they fired shots at policemen on duty causing the deaths of two officers and one day later, another six policemen were killed by intruders in Semporna.

After the first attack, I have reaffirmed that the intruders must surrender or we will act.

As an Islamic country that loves peace and uphold the struggle to end conflicts through negotiations, our effort to prevent bloodshed in Lahad Datu failed. Our security forces were attacked and our men killed. Malaysians, especially in Sabah, are worried for their safety.

The government must take action to defend the country’s dignity and sovereignty as demanded by the people.

At 7 a.m. this morning, our security forces have launched an attack (on the intruders) in Kampung Tanduo.


Related posts:


  1. Security Forces Launched Operation To Apprehend The Armed Intruders At Kg. Tanduo – PM
  2. List And Photos Of Policemen Killed In Semporna Shooting

  3. List And Photos Of Policemen Killed And Injured In Lahad Datu

  4. In Photos: Our Lahad Datu Fallen Heroes

  5. Photos of Lahad Datu Shooting

  6. Lahad Datu Shooting: 2 Malaysian Police Killed, 3 Injured