Saturday, May 25, 2013

This Hamidi Man Should Get On With His Job And Just Shut Up!

The man who wants Malaysians who are not happy with the outcome of GE13 and the Malaysian electoral system to get out of the country, should just shut up and get on with his job, not play politics.

His job description, just in case he has forgotten so soon after his appointment, (from too much politicking?) as the Home Minister, is to ensure that Malaysians can feel safe in their own country and not be afraid for their personal safety and property.

Crime rate seems to be on the rise and we don't want to be told, like his predecessor did, that it is all just a perception.

After declaring that he would let HODs (Heads of Departments) do their job without being directed, he should keep to his words.

Why is he playing up the issue of public gatherings as provocative and a challenge to the police's credibility?

Whether the police feel that their credibility is challenged or not, surely they know better?

And it is the police's duty to fight the people just because they might feel that their credibility is being challenged?

Isn't their job to fight crime?

Shut up and don't put pressure on the police.

Let them do their job minus the "benefit" of your "wisdom"

You were appointed a minister by a minority government that should as of any decency at all, appreciate the people's frustration at feeling that they had been robbed of the government they believe they had voted for.

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