Heroes of Malaysia


Check out the news below regarding the Negarakuku case, and you’ll ask the same question to the heroes.

KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 7 (Bernama) — Police have no authority to investigate or detain individuals involved in broadcasting the song “Negaraku” which had been adapted to insert seditious elements although it involved a national of this country.

Deputy Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Mohd Najib Abdul Aziz said the police could not take any action as the incident occurred outside the country.(Bernama)

Rais Yatim gave the student an ultimatum demanding him to apologize publicly to the ‘Malaysian Government’ or he will lodge a police report after Merdeka day.

They always complain about not having enough man power in the police force but this hero decided to waste them even though the police got no power in this.

PUTRAJAYA, Aug 9 (Bernama) — The government cannot recall the Malaysian student studying in a Taiwan university for mocking the national anthem as he is not a government scholar, Foreign Minister Datuk Seri Syed Hamid Albar said


“Once the charges are in place only then we can apply for an extradition and that also depends whether there is an extradition treaty between us and that particular country,” he told reporters after the Asean Day flag-hoisting ceremony in conjunction with Asean’s 40th anniversary Wednesday. (Bernama)

The foregin minister knew Malaysia got no formal diplomatic ties with Taiwan and extradition treaty as well, but he must act like a hero and say something to make himself look powerful.

Or he really is just another half past six minister?

They can say whatever nasty things they want, threaten him with whatever punishment they can imagine even though most of them never view the video with proper translation.

But the truth is the authorities got no power & extradition is impossible.

The heroes are powerless & making meaningless threats.

2 Responses to “Heroes of Malaysia”

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