Friday, 15 January 2016

Sultan Johor pernah kata tiada kompromi dengan sikap perkauman

Laporan The Malaysian Insider bertarikh September 2015 berikut:

Johor sultan tells racists, haters to get out of his state
Published: 16 September 2015 3:22 PM

As the nation celebrates Malaysia Day and thousands of government supporters take to the streets of capital city Kuala Lumpur, the Sultan of Johor in no uncertain terms ordered racists and haters to get out of his state.
In a posting on his Facebook page shortly after midnight today, Sultan Ibrahim Sultan Iskandar said Johor has no room for hatred and racism.

“Let me reiterate, there is no place for hatred and racism here in Johor Darul Ta’zim. It was never welcomed, nor will I ever welcome haters and racists here in Johor.

"If anyone who want to practise hatred and racism in Johor Darul Ta’zim, the home of the Malays, Chinese and Indians – Bangsa Johor, please leave Johor immediately. That is an order!" the monarch said.

Sultan Ibrahim said he had worked hard and struggled for his subjects, to ensure that they lived in harmony and togetherness.

As the ruler of the state and its citizens, he said it was his duty to put the people first and ensure they enjoyed harmony.

The ruler warned that anyone found instigating others to hate and practise racism in Johor would face the brunt of the law, and also have him to deal with.

"Again, let me remind you, my ancestors, the state government, Bangsa Johor and I have worked hand-in-hand… together, to make Johor a better-place, to bring in foreign investors for the future of Johor.

"Anyone who creates disharmony and spreads hatred here by promoting racism, will have to deal with me personally. Take this a warning.

“This is not the stone age, do not be ungrateful, the Malays, Chinese and Indians, all played their part. Johor Darul Ta’zim is home to the Malays, Chinese and Indians, they are Bangsa Johor," he said.

Sultan Ibrahim also told the authorities not to take the soft approach when acting against haters and racists.

"Do not be biased, get to the root of the problem, and apprehend those who create racial disharmony problems here in Johor Darul Ta’zim,” he said.

There had been concerns about possible racial tensions among the people over the past few weeks leading to the Malaysia Day celebration today.

In Kuala Lumpur, thousands of government supporters are marching in what is dubbed the 'red shirt' rally, organised by the Persekutuan Silat Kebangsaan Malaysia (Pesaka), asserting the dominance of the Malays. – September 16, 2015.

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Menurut kata-kata tegas Tuanku Ibrahim sebagaimana dilaporkan TMI, maka boleh dijangka pihak polis dan lain-lain pihak berkuasa mendapat restu Tuanku untuk bertindak dengan tegas terhadap kejadian yang berlaku di SJKC Pai Chee di Mersing

Tuanku yang sudah berbesar hati untuk meminta rakyat beri peluang kepada Dato Najib menyelesaikan masaalah supaya turut berbesar hati menyatakan pendirian tentang kejadian terbaru ini.


  1. Boleh ke halau orang cina dari negeri Johor?

  2. teringat peniaga di salah satu kedai handphone kat kotaraya, dah kena tindakan undeng2 ke belum.


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