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The Penang Govt has just come out with a very strange answer saying that the height of the construction site with the killer landslide is just 40m above sea-level and below the 76m which is considered hill-top development – hence the fulfilled the NRE 2005 guidelines.
They then said that if you are not puas-hati then please make SPRM report.
However, no one is talking about the height or altitude of the construction site.
People are talking about the height and gradient of the hills right next to it as well as the fact that the vast botak spaces including the old quarry on the hill that would not have stopped water flow.
Lim was also asked to comment on Natural Resources and Environment Minister Wan Junaidi’s claims that the construction site was near a quarry, he said: “I was made to understand from mayor Datuk Maimunah Mohd Shariff that the quarry was approved by the previous administration.
HELLO… no one asked you to approve the construction site at the bottom of the quarry.
This is like blaming a train-line put in by someone else because you chose to stand on the train-line and got hit by the train.
If you know the quarry was already there from decades ago then you don’t approve the construction project at the foot of those hills.
I KNEW IT… somehow, blame has now been diverted to previous BN gohmen.
Typical answers from the ever-twisting DAP.
Source: Free Malaysia Today
The Tanjung Bungah Residents’ Association (TBRA) is demanding for a Royal Commission of Inquiry (RCI) on all hill slope developments in Penang, following a landslide at a construction site this morning that buried nearly 18 people.
TBRA chair Meenakshi Raman said the RCI would be a form of audit on all risky hill slope projects in the state, to prevent any tragedies from happening again.
She also said the TBRA had repeatedly appealed to the Penang government to put an end to hill slope developments as it served as a domino effect to flash floods in the state.
“We were called ‘irrational’ by the Penang government when we appealed for hill slope developments to stop. Who’s irrational now?
“Today’s incident is a grave and grim warning to the authorities to take heed of mother nature’s warning,” Meenakshi said when contacted today.
In the 8.50am incident, a 10m-high hill slope came crashing down next to a construction site not far from the Tunku Abdul Rahman College in Tanjung Bungah.
At the time of writing, two survivors were rescued, while two more bodies were retrieved from the mud and rubble. Although their identities are not yet known, they are believed to be foreign workers.
Meenakshi said during last month’s flash floods, TBRA and other residents’ associations made a collective appeal to the state government to end all excess developments and hill clearing in the state.
TBRA, concerned groups, and Sahabat Alam Malaysia (SAM) had also previously called on the Penang government to amend existing guidelines concerning hill slopes.
Meanwhile, SAM president S M Mohamed Idris said the NGO had written to the Penang government “several times” urging them to stop hillside developments.
“We have warned that hill slopes are fragile ecosystems and cannot be touched.
“And now, we are really shocked that the lives of many have been sacrificed. We support TBRA’s call for an urgent RCI,” he said when contacted.
Here is yet another example of the utter hypocrisy of DAP.
When Ustaz Zamihan Mat Zin created controversy when he defended the Muslim-only laundry in Johor giving his reasons why, DAP attacked Najib saying he was silent about this and did not slam the Ustaz.
DAP even said this is an example of talibanization of Malaysia while DAP’s Superman Hew Kuan Yau called the ustaz and Islamic Sohai (stupid p*ssy*) while attacking JAKIM as Ustaz Zamihan was found out to be employed there.
But when Ustaz Shahul Hamid was found to have said that Muslims should not go to non-muslim hairdressers, cannot enter Chinese schools, cannot buy “curry powder” from Hindus, the DAP said nothing – https://www.themalaysianinsight.com/s/18909/
In fact the DAP Penang Govt even defended the Ustaz saying it is his freedom of speech to say so as it is his personal opinion and does not reflect the school that he was the headmaster of – https://www.themalaysianinsight.com/bahasa/s/18911/
Some RBA even defended DAP saying that Ustaz Zamihan is different from Ustaz Shahul because Zamihan is employed by Federal Govt’s JAKIM.
For these RBA, let me point out to you that Ustaz Shahul’s school is sponsored by the DAP Penang Govt led by Lim Guan Eng (see photo).
DAP cannot have it both ways – either you condemn both or you agree that both have the freedom of speech to express their views.
Having double standards is the hall-mark of a true snake.
Chinese will have no friends left because of DAP’s behaviour
We’ve already been introduced to the DAP’s ‘Melayu screw Melayu’ strategy. Have a look now at how DAP treats the outlier 10 percent Chinese voters who are against the evangelical party.
A recent incident below involving Tony Pua gives an idea of the ruthless scorched earth approach adopted by the DAP.
Tony is DAP’s national publicity secretary. Recently Tony, in his open letter to Eric See-To, showed Malaysia the true face of the DAP 2.0 upstarts.
Eric is the BN strategic communications deputy director but to Tony, he is a “nobody” and certainly not his friend.
So get this: In the opinion of the DAP national publicity secretary, the BN strategic communications deputy director – in comparison – is “a ‘nobody’ in politics”.
Tony views Eric as a nobody because he is “not a Minister, Deputy Minister, MP or Adun”. In Tony’s own view, however, he himself is a ‘somebody’. Why? Only because Tony holds a ‘Yang Berhormat’ title after having been elected to the Petaling Jaya Utara constituency, plus being a bona fide “political party leader” in his capacity as Selangor DAP chairman.
Hence the ordinary rakyat should be aware that whenever Joe Public attempts to touch on politics or to air his political views, he is at the end of the day still merely a ‘nobody’ who can be dismissed by Tony and his DAP colleagues with a wave of the hand.
To be worthy of the attention of the DAP movers and shakers, you need to have a YB prefixed to your name.
And if you ever wondered where the RBA get their manners from, look no further than the DAP national publicity secretary. It’s called ‘Leadership by example’.
From Tony’s mouth spews the Dapster stock phrases and standard mockery, for example, “If you can’t take the heat, get out of the kitchen”. This is what the RBA would typically say. Continue reading