Saturday, February 7, 2009

JANGAN DERHAKA PADA SULTAN MELAYU


Oleh MAS

Melayu di tanah airku
kini begitu bercelaru dan haru biru
akibat berpuak dan semakin keliru
yang mana politik, yang mana ketuanan mu?
maka sanggup mencabar raja Melayu
Raja sebangsa mu!
Raja seagama mu!
yang jadi tunggak kekuasaan Melayu!
di manakah maruah mu?

Tidak pernah Melayu
mencabar dan derhaka seperti kamu
di manakah nilai keislaman mu?
akibat hasutan iblis dan kafir keparat
maka kamu sanggup menjadi bangsat!
hinanya kamu yang telah diangkat Raja dan diberi pangkat
kini kamu anjing maka tuan digigit!

Wahai Melayu
sedarlah kamu
kamu dipergunakan untuk tujuan tertentu
perhatikan keliling kamu
bukankah yang terpekik di jalanan hanya bangsa kamu?
bukankan yang emosi terbaring juga bangsa kamu?
di mana mereka yang kamu perjuangkan itu?
apa sebenarnya perjuangan kamu?
Islam? Melayu?
Lalu di mana jati dirimu?

Janganlah kerana emosi
kamu derhaka kepada Sultan
ingatlah!
Raja Melayu akan tetap dipertahan
Raja Melayu adalah Raja berdaulat
selagi Melayu tidak hilang di dunia
selagi itu Raja Melayu akan terus bertakhta di hati rakyat!

DAULAT TUANKU! DAULAT TUANKU!



(Apakah tindakan ini disebabkan hasutan pihak tertentu yang hanya mementingkan diri mereka, mahu menjadi pemimpin dengan apa cara sekalipun dan sanggup berbuat apa saja termasuk biadap pada Raja?)

(Renungan Rimau : Penyanyi Hattan menangis di Konsert Unplugged Palestin di Auditorium Angkasapuri RTM malam ini. Kesedihannya terhadap tingkah laku satu bangsa. Saya pula sedih ada manusia negara ini yang kurang ajar kepada Raja Melayu. Mereka tidak mahu berpijak di bumi yang nyata. Apakah kita boleh biarkan mereka terus kurang ajar?)

19 comments:

Nazijo said...

Saudara,

Sedih saya melihat tingkah laku orang Melayu sendiri begini.Akibat terlalu taksub dan jumud pemikiran.
Orang Melayu memang menang sorak,tapi akhirnya maruah sendiri tergadai..orang lain kenyang kita kena bantai.

Anonymous said...

Raja adil raja ditaati (bukan disembah.. syirik !), Raja Zalim, Raja di sanggah.. Taat kepada ulil amri, bersyarat!! taat pada Allah, nyawa jadi taruhan..

Hidup Mulia, Atau mati syahid! Racist x kan selamat dunia akhirat!

TINTABIRU said...

Salam Datuk,
Yang kita nampak hanya satu bangsa terpekik terlolong dijalan mengaku kononya setia kepada pemimpin mereka..tapi sayang kesetiaan yang ditunjukkan tidak bertempat.sanggup menghina institusi raja yang sepatutnya ditaati..
Hairan mengapa masih ada lagi manusia yang membuat sesuatu tanpa dapat membezakan yang mana baik dan yang mana silap,...

Anonymous said...

FEB 7 — Historically, before the existence of Malaysia, the Malay states fell into the hands of the imperialists due to greed and power. It was about the power struggle amongst the royalty which eventually led to the colonisation of the states.

Pre-Merdeka, with the emergence of the insurgencies by the left, a "deal" was struck among the capitalists, the royalty, the royalists and the imperialists with the sole purpose of maintaining and guarding "their" positions and influence in Malaya. The collateral outcome of the "deal" was the independence of Malaya. It was a decision motivated by the need to protect and safeguard the vested interests of these actors. It was not about the rakyat. It has never been!

Fast forward 52 years after independence, we see how the same actors have again colluded to stage a modern day "coup" in the state of Perak. Again, this was not done in the interests of the rakyat. Those who have heard about the true colours and the personality/ies of the various decision-maker(s) will not be surprised by the recent decision(s).

Ultimately, one important question that needs to be answered is "what's in it for me?". That was the question that Pakatan Rakyat could not answer.

No doubt there are several legal and moral issues that have arisen from the Perak fiasco. But the real issue that irks the rakyat is the fact that the capitalists and the royalty have robbed the state government from the rakyat.

Regarding the legality of the Sultan's decision to call for the resignation of the menteri besar, I am prepared to say that the decision is wrong in law. Based on the Perak Constitution, the MB does not hold office at the pleasure of the Sultan.

The only way the MB goes is by way of a no-confidence motion in the State Legislative Assembly. The Sultan cannot just ask MB to vacate his office.

Article 16(6) of the Perak Constitution states that:

If the Menteri Besar ceases to command the confidence of the majority of the members of the Legislative Assembly, then, unless at his request His Royal Highness dissolves the Legislative Assembly, he shall tender the resignation of the Executive Council.

The question then is: who decides whether the MB ceases to command the confidence of the majority of the members of the State Legislative Assembly? Should it be the Sultan or the State Legislative Assembly? How and where should such issues be decided?

The answers to these questions are obvious. Matters of grave importance that affect the interests of the state should be decided in the hall of the State Legislative Assembly, NOT along the corridors or halls of the palace.

The next question then is: who holds the majority at the State Legislative Assembly?

To answer this question, one must first ascertain the status of the three so-called "independent" members who have tendered their resignations. There is a dispute in relation to their status as members of the State Legislative Assembly. Their views therefore should not be taken into account until their status have been definitely resolved.

Against this background, how can anyone say that the Barisan Nasional commands the majority?

Some have replied saying that since the Election Commission did not recognise the resignation letters of the three "independent" members, therefore they are still members of the State Legislative Assembly.

This throws up the further question whether the EC has the power and jurisdiction to adjudicate on the status of the resignations.

From the legal perspective, the EC has exceeded its jurisdiction. There is nothing under the Election Commission Act 1957 and the Elections Act 1958 that confers power to the EC to adjudicate on such matters. Consequently, the EC's decision on this matter is ultra vires and is of no effect. Unless the decision by the speaker to declare the seats vacant is set aside or overturned by a court of law, the EC must accept the decision of the speaker. However, we have witnessed how the EC has facilitated the "coup" by disregarding the speaker's decision.

Leaving aside the legal questions — on desirability — in view that the current political scenario in Perak is fragile and uncertain, coupled with the fact that there is no guarantee there will not be any further and sudden defections that may affect the composition of the State Legislative Assembly, the best decision to make is to have dissolved the State Legislative Assembly.

Unfortunately, wisdom may not be the virtue of some.

Who will benefit from this episode? The "decision-makers"? Those who "orchestrated" the situation?

Unless the question of "what's in it for me?" is fully answered, then no one will receive the truth.

The state of Perak was robbed by the capitalists and the monarchy.

The fate of the state should not lie in the hands of allegedly corrupted politicians and a Sultan. It should be in the hands of the rakyat! Let the people of Perak decide the fate of their state through fresh elections.

For the record, I am not a monarchist or a royalist. I have little admiration for slogans such as "Daulat Tuanku" and the related "mumbo-jumbo". Some may say that this article and the fact that I am doubting the wisdom of the Sultan of Perak may be construed as an act of "derhaka" (disloyalty). As far as I am concerned the issue of "menderhaka" does not arise.

And my reply is "derhaka terhadap siapa?" Can I "derhaka" towards an institution that I don't believe in? Can I "derhaka" towards an institution that ignores the will of the rakyat?

It is apt for us to be reminded of what Hang Jebat once said:

"Jangan! Jangan sembah aku. Aku bukan gila disembah. Aku bukan sebagai Sultan Melaka yang mengagung-agungkan pangkat dan kebesarannya. Aku Jebat, rakyat biasa. Pangkat aku untuk kepentingan rakyat. Bergerak aku untuk membuat jasa kepada rakyat, dan aku rela mati untuk rakyat.. kerana aku mahu keadilan, keadilan. Keadilan!"

The time is ripe for a revolution.

So are you game?

Salam revolusi! — www.loyarburok.com

Anonymous said...

Kau nak sembah raja sembah lah Tiger ooii...aku taat pada Allah dan rasulnya.

Selagimana pemerintah dan raja sebagai lambangnya berbuat baik aku akan patuh tapi kalau dia berbuat khianat dan menipu aku bantah.

Kau ingat tak apa yg kau tulis masa DrM nak tarik kuasa raja dulu?

Mudah lupa atau buat buat lupa?

Zimba

Anonymous said...

I would like to say thank you to the many people who have commented on these pages and on other sites in which my recent postings have been reported. Others have written to me directly. I am touched by your support and friendship.

Each medium of communication comes with its own style of communication and makes people relate to each other in different ways. Old-fashioned writing tends to be more formal and distant, with responses spaced out over days or weeks. Conversation puts people in the same moment. Blogs, I have found ask for immediate, informal and more personal communication with … the world. For someone bred and educated in my time and circumstances, it does take some getting used to. So I beg your indulgence meanwhile.

Please also excuse me for not being able to answer your comments individually. I assure you, however, that I read them all and hear and think about what you are saying.

Today let me respond to just one of the comments:

Reader humbleself writes:

Everyone should ponder why is there such a hurry to form a new state government when there is so much controversy constitutionally before hand.

I wonder why too. I wish our leaders were in as great a hurry to prepare our people for the direst economic crisis the world has faced since the Great Depression.

Even those countries which have put their best brains to work on the problem, given it the highest priority and set aside tens or hundreds of billions of dollars in stimulus spending now find that they have grossly under-estimated its scale, depth and complexity.

In the US yesterday, President Barack Obama chided Congress for its slowness in passing a stimulus bill.

These numbers demand action. The situation could not be more serious. It is inexcusable and irresponsible for any of us to get bogged down in distraction, delay, or politics as usual..

Now is the time … to act. To pass an economic recovery and investment plan . This is not some abstract debate. It is an urgent and growing crisis.

China has responded forcefully and cohesively with it’s own “New Deal”, Australia is already delivering a second stimulus package after a successful first round. Singapore has acted decisively with a S20.5Bn “Resilience Package” designed to cushion a recession it cannot avoid.

Meanwhile we aren’t even at the alert level that the rest of the world was at last year. One of the world’s top twenty trading nations officially thinks it merely faces a routine slowdown in the midst of a collapse in world trade.

I have been calling on our leadership to sit up and take note of the historic dimensions of this crisis since October last year. I reiterated this call in a speech last month. In the short time since, Malaysian industry leaders and economics bloggers have also been calling on the government to come out of their official denial that anything serious is going to happen to our economy. Ratings agencies, brokerage houses, banks and researchers have all come out with growth estimates drastically lower than the government’s projected rate of 3.5% growth. The government should come clean on the recession we are entering, and on how we will face it with our already ballooning budget-deficit.

Economic numbers translate into jobs, livelihoods, opportunities, food on the table. Poor economic management has very real consequences in the lives of our citizens.

The public and the business and investment community must surely get a feeling of unreality around this administration.

It’s as if the fire alarm has been ringing, the neighbourhood, in fact the whole town, is on fire and the firemen are holed up playing games with each other. Or starting other fires.

http://razaleigh.com/

al-Balingi said...

Come BN!!! Do it in Kedah. We'll see what will happen.

Come BN!!! Do it in Kedah. We'll see what will happen.

Come BN!!! Do it in Kedah. We'll see what will happen.

MyCuppyCupCake said...

Hmm..dulu dah jd kat Trengganu, skrg kat Perak pula. Dulu UMNO derhaka, skrg pembangkang pulak. Dua2 sama sj..2x5..5x2.. Ini kalau diganding bersama boleh jd sehati berdansa...

ChengHo said...

loyarburok,
kamu bolih bermastautin di pulau pulau dan jgn bercampur dgn maanusia
Melayu ada pepatah dimana langit dijunjung disitu bumi di pijak
Langkawi punya lebih dari 7000 pulau pulau kecil kamu bolih berkawan dgn monyet monyet dan mungkin juga bolih jadi raja monyet

DAULAT TUANKU!...

burungjantan said...

Jangan kasi panas. Jangan kasi minyak itu api. Yang berlaku itu ditokok tambah oleh orang-orang blog dan orang politik. Yang patutnya dah reda, dipanas-panaskan lagi. Kaki penyebok kena insaf dan sedar tanggungjawab. Diri mau tau!

UMNO kenalah kasi terang dan jelaskan kenapa dia sanggup terima tanggungjawaban ini. Iaitu kenapa UMNO lambat ambil tindakan, setelah PR memerintah. Yang MB kononnya PAS tapi yang sebenarnya mejoriti bukan dia.

Yang tunjuk perasaan dan demo pun orang itu juga. Tidak nampak pun saudara mara DAP dan MCA atau MIC.
Kemana dia orang pergi?

Datuk Seri Najib jangan ulangi kesilapan. Contohnya belum pun Dr Nazri masuk pejabat, YAB Datuk Seri beri jaminan puak-puak yang sembunyi itu. Ini ibarat melawan arus, menimbulkan kebencian. Kenapa UMNO kena mengalah selalu.

Kalau rakan-rakan UMNO tak buat hal, BN tak kalah. Sekarang yang nak bangunkan balik pun UMNO. Yang lain cuma kacau daun aje. Jadi kenapa YAB Datuk Seri Naji buat silap, atau tak nampak benda ini?

Anonymous said...

I still remember the person who hold Keris and said, 'Kill Chinese', and was not being detained during operasi Lalang, you know who?

I still remember,Atlantuya....you remember?

Oh...forget, A King is not subjected to Court of Law even if the commit criminal offense...kekeke...that's why they can not be SAMAN or CHallange...if not, UMNO will have rally with banner on the street!

Anonymous said...

Saya nampak ramai yg guna alasan undang2 dan demokrasi utk mencabar titah Sultan.
Saya percaya ramai yg sedih melihat bangsa sendiri
tidak menghormati Raja.
Pada saya mudah, jika saya perlu memilih antara kepentingan bangsa,negara dan demokrasi, saya akan kata " to hell with democracy."

Rakyat Biasa said...

Petikan dari Tukar Tiub:

"Mat saheh Kuasa Lama tidak berpuas hati. Dendam kesumat berkobar-kobar. Lalu mereka memainkan rasa benci orang Melayu terhadap Orang Cina. Kuasa Lama berpropaganda bahawa geran tanah ini di beri kepada Orang Cina. Orang Cina dijadikan alasan untuk menunjukkan bahawa Kuasa Rakyat ini adalah Kuasa Cina. Para pemimpin politik Kuasa Rakyat di Perak di tuduh sebagai ‘hamba Cina’.

Ini TIDAK betul. Data-data dan angka-angka resmi dari Kerajaan Perak menunjukkan Orang Melayulah yang mendapat lebih banyak geran tanah dari Orang Cina. Dalam projek memperbaiki kampong tersusun jumlah Orang Melayu lebih ramai. Pekara ini sengaja di tutup lingkup. Ini kerana Kuasa Lama mahukan Orang Melayu membenci Kuasa Rakyat di Perak."

Anonymous said...

DAULAT TUANKU !
DAULAT TUANKU !
DUALAT TUANKU !

MENJUNJONG KASIH.
changkat lobak.
arjuna waspada

Syigim said...

saya setuju. di palestin orang bergadai nyawa hendakkan keamanan...di sini yg sudah sedia aman, kerana isu ini sampaikan hendak menderhaka kepada sultan.

vicky said...

Whatever been happened and done, can't be anticlockwise except change the PR Leader according to Karpal's said. The scenerio of the politic becoming upside down since the forming up of PR.

LIMAUDONG said...

Salam DIY

Nampaknya Pakatan Rakyat sudah TIDAK sehaluan dan kenyataan Kapal Sink sudah membuktikan kelemahan Pakatan SENDIRI. KITA KOMEN BANYAK PUN TAK GUNA SEBAB NASI SUDAH JADI BUBUR.

AKHIR KATA " DUALAT TUANKU !!

JomoSamaTuaran said...

Salam Tok Rimau...

Tiada tempat untuk bangsa melayu yang derhaka pada rajanya.. melainkan dalam lubang tandas!!

Kepada anon-anon diatas...yang tidak menghormati adat berkunjung kerumah orang..(sudah pastinya ahli PAS,PKR dan DAP)anda boleh terjun dalam longkang babi di Selangor,sambil mengurut-gurut teloq anda..supaya kamu semua tidak `MATI PUCUK.'!

Malaysian said...

siape yg hasut,sorak sorak macam beruk tu?Pemuda Umno agaknya,sorak bunuh orang gantung orang,ape ni?

lu orang memang racist yg jahanam!
apa yang BN boleh bagi rakyat Malaysia?kebencian selama-lamanya?
fikir dulu sebelum cakap banyak~!