About Us

Updated: 28/10/2008.

We are PATRIOTS and love our country. We are DUTY-BOUND to give constructive criticisms and offer ‘way-out’ solution to the problem.

We are NOT against the Government, Ministry of Health or our respected hard working Civil Servants.

Our OBJECTIVE is to ensure public funds protected and expect EFFECTIVE MEASURES put in place in order to avoid similar case from happening in the future.

The ‘Renungan Rakyat’ team will continue to investigate, monitor and publish findings of cases with strong evidence in order to safeguard the public fund.

CASE 1: The Public vs Tan Sri Dr Hj Mohd Ismail Merican.

Currently, our FOCUS mainly on Tan Sri Dr Hj Mohd Ismail Merican as Director General (DG) of Ministry of Health who had committed the CRIME and openly abuse his POWER. Tan Sri Ismail Merican must be ACCOUNTABLE for the LOSS of public fund committed by Datuk Dr Nor Shahidah binti Khairullah. However, during the process of our independent investigation, we uncovered other people involved in the scheme to siphon public fund in a big way. Hence, we extended our investigation covering the four (4) known as ‘The Money Making team’. This case will be resolved when Chief Secretary to the Government, Tan Sri Mohd Sidek Hassan acts on the complaints and firmly decide either to TERMINATE or PUNISH for the loss of public fund.

We reserve the right to restrict comments on our blog that do not conform to our standards. Our standard best of practice is to use information based on hard evidence and credible sources only.

Term of use:

1. We are committed to the “Civility Enforced” standard: we strive to post high quality, acceptable content, and we will delete unacceptable comments.

We define unacceptable comments as anything included (but not limited to) or linked to that:
• is being used to abuse, harass, stalk, or threaten others
• is libelous or knowingly false
• infringes upon any copyright, trademark or trade secret of any third party. (If you quote or excerpt someone’s content, it is your responsibility to provide proper attribution to the original author. violates an obligation of confidentiality
• violates the privacy of others.

We define and determine what is “unacceptable content” on a case-by-case basis, and our definitions are not limited to this list. If we delete a comment or link, we will say so and explain why.

2. We may omit certain private details or otherwise obfuscate the source of the information when trying to protect a confidential source. We must be as responsible and civil we are in the real world. And for criminals in virtual world, well that’s a real law enforcement issue. But as civilised citizens we should follow some rules.

3. When we encounter conflicts and misrepresentation in the internet, we make every effort to talk privately and directly to the person(s) involved – or find an intermediary who can do so before we publish any posts or comments about the issue. We are encouraged to engage in online mediation of unresolved disputes.

4. When someone who is publishing comments or blog postings that are offensive, we’ll tell them so (privately, if possible) and ask them to publicly make amends, unless it is considered that doing so will only inflame or worsen the situation. If those published comments could be construed as a threat or of an illegal nature, and the perpetrator doesn’t withdraw them and apologize, we will cooperate with local law enforcement regarding those comments and/or postings. Comments or posts that are deemed offensive will result in a request – private, if possible – that the commenter or poster make public amends, if practical. If those published comments could reasonably be viewed as illegal (threat or otherwise), we will report the comments and commenter to police. This is very important to build a civil online society where people feel free and protected as we feel in real world by our neighbours. While the doctrine of ‘agree to disagree’ applies, we must build a trust among each other.

5. We do not allow anonymous comments. We require commenters to supply a valid email address before they can post, though we allow commenters to identify themselves with an alias, rather than their real name.

6. We do not allow pseudonymous comments, but will allow anonymous ones.
We require commenters to supply a valid email address or OpenID before they can post, though we allow commenters to identify themselves as anonymous, rather than use their real name, which is the difference between pseudonymous and anonymous. We can always trace someone pseudonym.

7. We prefer not to respond to nasty comments about us or our blog, as long as they don’t veer into abuse or libel. We believe that feeding the trolls only encourages them – “I learned long ago, never to wrestle with a pig. You get dirty, and besides, the pig likes it. (George Bernard Shaw)” Ignoring public attacks is often the best way to contain them.

8. We will only divulge such information upon order of the court.

9. We take no responsibility for what appears on this blog, we have sole discretion for determining whether a particular comment is unacceptable.

10. We try not use this blog to willfully cause harm. We must consider the impact of our actions on others.

11.Responsibility Clause: For practical reasons, ‘Renungan  Rakyat’ does not monitor this site at all times. While every care is taken to ensure the accuracy of our content, we take no responsibility for any material input by an outside source (eg, users who subscribe to the above services), posted automatically or manually, on the website. You are encouraged to verify the information with other reputable sources before committing to any action or investment that may affect your financial standing. We are not responsible for the content of any other websites linked to the site; links are provided as a complementary service only.

12. Posted content and materials: Given the nature of the site and the technology now in place, we cannot verify the accuracy of statements that users place on renunganrakyat.wordpress.com. We DO NOT have full control over the systems that renunganrakyat.wordpress.com operates on, we are not in a position to investigate and confirm the accuracy of a user’s statements. Accordingly, we do not make any representations, nor do we endorse the accuracy, completeness, timeliness, or reliability of any advice, opinion, statement or other information available through renunganrakyat.wordpress.com.

13. We do not GUARANTEE that such material has been posted with the permission of the copyright holder or the proprietary owner. You may rely on such materials solely at your own risk. We do not assume responsibility for materials contained in postings, but we do reserve the right to remove or modify such materials at our sole discretion for any reason.


One Response to “About Us”

  1. syabas! Boleh saya ikut serta dan main peranan. Saya ada banyak idea dan kenal ramai orang yg tahu kes2 rasuah dlm kerajaan.Boleh hubungi saya melalui emel.

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