Posts Tagged ‘Wisma Putra’

Be careful Muslims in Malaysia, a RACIST Anti-Muslim Rakhine would be sent to Malaysia as Myanmar Ambassador.

November 20, 2013

Be careful Muslims in Malaysia.

I got the unconfirmed news that a RACIST Anti-Muslim Rakhine would be sent to Malaysia as Myanmar Ambassador. It is a bad news for Muslims from Myanmar residing in Malaysia.

Even before that BIGOT Rakhine “Than Kaung” (borrowed the words of Anti-Muslim Myanmar Military Cyber-trooper Qing Minya who is staying in Johore Baru after marrying a Malaysian Chinese), Myanmar Embassy Staff are giving trouble to even legal Muslim Professionals and families although they are willing to help the numerous Rakhine and Myanmar Buddhists staying illegally and even without passports.

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ABIM sent Memo to UN through MOFA Malaysia (Wisma Putra)

April 9, 2013

Memo Myanmar ke Wisma Putra

MEMORANDUM : Muslim Youth Movement of Malaysia (ABIM) to United Nations was sent again to Wisma Putra or MOFA Ministry of Foreign Affairs Malaysia.

I hereby attached the picture of their discussion and hand over memo to Foreign Ministry specifically to Mr Khairi Omar Undersecretary Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Vietnam & Oceania Division.

They are trying to pressure Malaysia NOT to repeat the same mistake at UN like this.

Why did Malaysia, Brunei and many Muslim countries vote against this UNGA resolution?

 

In democracies, it is the citizens who monitor their government, not the other way around

December 2, 2010
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Source_Star: Who’s watching whom? DIPLOMATICALLY SPEAKING By DENNIS IGNATIUS

Anyone who is serious about safeguarding our image and protecting our nation’s standing in the world would be well advised to first consider how developments at home are affecting our image abroad.

Indeed, it is the politicians, of whatever stripe, who need to convince Malaysians, both at home and abroad, that they are deserving of our support and respect. In democracies, it is the citizens who monitor their government, not the other way around.

Only in countries like North Korea are all citizens expected to uncritically sing the praises of their dear leaders. (more…)