Katanya, beliau berkata demikian atas perhatiannya bahawa situasi politik pada masa ini "mewujudkan generasi yang bertindak ala samseng".
"Kalau awak (kerajaan) menggalakkan keganasan politik, saya merasakan kerajaan itu tak lama akan menjadi kerajaan kerana ia juga akan dijatuhkan melalui keganasan.
"Ini kerana hate politics atau politik kebencian telah mewujudkan generasi yang bertindak ala samseng.
"Ini saya rasa orang politik kita perlu menentukan penyokong mereka dikawal kerana kadangkala apabila mereka tidak mengawal penyokong mereka, ini yang berlaku," katanya dalam satu forum di Shah Alam hari ini.
Menurut pemerhatiannya lagi, ini berbeza dengan keadaan politik semasa pilihan raya sebelum ini.
"Kita tengok dahulu pilihan raya macam pesta semua keluar bersama-sama.
"Pihak pembangkang dan parti kerajaan sama-sama berjalan tak ada masalah. Sekarang tak boleh," katanya.
Beliau seterusnya menggesa agar proses membina negara dijadikan keutamaan oleh penyokong dan ahli politik selain daripada berkempen untuk parti masing-masing.
"Selepas habis pilihan raya, kita patut duduk sama-sama tanpa mengira parti sekalipun, bina negara ini sama-sama," katanya.
Ingatan itu disampaikan Musa pada forum "Politik Samseng: Di Mana Maruah Kita" yang berlangsung di Auditorium Kompleks Media Kumpulan Karangkraf, Shah Alam petang tadi.
Pemimpin kena kawal diri
"Sebelum kawal penyokong, kita kena kawal diri kita dahulu.
"Kita tak boleh jadi pencetus masalah. Kita kena jadi pemimpin untuk selesaikan masalah," katanya.
Seorang lagi pembicara forum, ahli jawatankuasa PAS Pusat, Muhamed Hanipa Maidin meningkah pendapat Kamalanathan.
"Masalahnya di Malaysia ini, (sesetengah) pemimpin itu (sendiri) adalah masalahnya.
"Jadi, cara untuk masalah ini adalah dengan membuang pemimpin itu sendiri," katanya tanpa memperincikan siapa pemimpin yang dimaksudkan.
Beliau mentakrifkan "politik samseng" yang menjadi fokus perbincangan mereka sebagai: "keadaan apabila mereka yang terlibat dalam kesamsengan ini berpunca daripada kegagalan menerima kepelbagaian pandangan dalam politik".
Forum petang tadi dimudahcara oleh penganalisis politik Universiti Malaya, Datuk Mohamad Abu Bakar turut disertai presiden Institut Integriti Malaysia, Datuk Dr Mohd Tap Salleh.- malaysiakini
Kes Gombak berdarah: Cerita orang dalam...
Sepanjang ingatan aku yang bermastautin kat area sini, sudah beberapa kali Pakatan buat ceramah kat masjid Zakaria tu, takde hal pun..
Cawangan Umno yang depan masjid Zakaria pun adalah sekali dua buat ceramah kelompok panggil tokoh-tokoh sendu ex-Pakatan, tapi biasalah kerusi lagi ramai dari pendengar.
Semuanya berlaku tanpa sebarang kekecohan..yang terdekat, kat Sungai Chinchin pun Pakatan biasa buat ceramah, takde kecoh pun
Punca kecohnya satu je, sebab first time Anwar turun situ..tu yang habis menggeletar jadi paranoid..sebab kalau nak kira Anwar turun Gombak, kat area Gombak ni banyak kali dah Anwar turun, kat AU, kat Pinggiran, tapi tak kecoh pun..
Kenapa bila Anwar turun kat kawasan kampung (benteng pertahanan terakhir Umno), Umno jadi takut? Sebab kawasan kampung ni jelah harapan terakhir Umno untuk spin orang2 kampung..
Tapi PAS/PKR pun pandai, ceramah kat kampung dah pakai power point dah, terkedu orang kampung..
Kalau Pakatan berceramah mestilah isinya menentang Umno, takkan nak bagi puji-pujian kat Umno pulak, kenapa paranoid?
Dan yang hadir semalam pun bukan orang kampung je, orang-orang UIA, UniKl pun ramai, diorang boleh tengok macam mana hodohnya perangai Umno..
Ada ke "kami tak provok cuma kami buat bantahan aman", tapi ko tau ceramah tengah berjalan, yang ko berdiri tepi jalan sambil menjerit apa pasal? Itu provoklah namanya.
Sepanjang pemerhatian aku, Umno Gombak khususnya DUN Gombak Setia sudah tidak ada apa-apa yang nak ditawarkan kepada rakyat, mereka tiada kekuatan..nak harap BR1M sekali hari tu jelah, lepas tu orang lupa (ni tahun depan ni start baliklah).
Kalau nak kira Umno DUN Hulu Kelang dah lama bungkus sebab orang sana cerdik-cerdik belaka, Umno DUN Batu Caves pulak macam tak berfungsi sebab kat situ MIC yang bertanding.
Kot nak mengharap kat Gombak Setia ni ialah saki-baki Melayu perkampungan dari Batu 6 sampai ke batu entah berapa belas sampai ke perkampungan Orang Asli tu..itu pun tak ramai, sebab orang-orang cerdik pun ramai kat sini..
Umno Gombak Setia cuma bernafas sekejap bila Hasan Ali kata "saya ada phd kena pecat dari PAS", yang tu siap semua banner Hasan Ali digantung kat pejabat Umno..tapi sekejap jela.
Ni dah masuk setahun kena pecat muka Hasan Ali pun dah tak nampak kat Gombak Setia..dan orang Gombak Setia pun tak rasa kehilangan dia sebab selama ni pun dia sibuk kat Shah Alam, maklumlah, bak kata dia "sultan nak jumpa, mufti nak jumpa"
Bab banjir, sepanjang ingatan aku jugak, kawasan area masjid Zakaria tu mana pernah banjir, walau selebat mana pun hujan..yg pernah banjir pun kawasan Batu 10 dekat apartmen UIA, tapi tak kena penempatan penduduk.
Itu berpunca dari mereka yg mendirikan gerai betul-betul kat tebing sungai (kalau ikutkan, tebing sungai ialah tanah rizab yg tak boleh diusik), tapi kalau sodok kesianlah pulak.
Mungkin aku silap, tapi sebagai pemastautin kat area-area situ, nak jugaklah tau, banjirnya celah mana?
Satu lagi anak Omardin ni, toksah nak menipu la..dia ada kat tempat kejadian tapi dia tak nak bertanggungjawab atas apa yang juak-juak dia buat..bosanlah Pemuda Umno macam ni, macam mana aku nak sokong?
Buat ceramah tak laku, orang ceramah ko nak ganggu..harakahdaily
Musa Hassan: Akta Perhimpunan Aman 2011 mungkin penyebab keganasan politik
Musa Hassan:Police must accompany street demos...
While he does not personally support street demonstrations, former inspector-general of police Musa Hassan acknowledged today that these can be held, provided police accompany or escort the demonstrators.
Musa said a street demonstration could disrupt traffic flow, especially if a large number of people were involved.
"However, if it is conducted like what is done overseas, then there must be police accompanying the crowd to minimise the disruption of traffic," he said.
Musa (right) said this at a forum titled 'Gangster politics: Where is our honour?' organised by Malay daily Sinar Harian in Shah Alam today.
The former top cop also called for a stop to the practise of the politics of hatred in Malaysia, saying Malaysians should learn that after an election, they should sit down and chart the nation's progress.
The problem with Malaysia now, he said, was that there have been a lot of politicking since the 2008 general election.
As a developing democracy, the practise of violence should stop and the people should be more mature in channelling their grouses.
‘Give us a level playing field'
Another panellist, PAS supreme council member Mohd Hanipa Maidin, pointed out that the politics of hatred would not occur if the government, and especially BN and Umno, granted the opposition a level-playing field.
Hanipa (left) called for the government to give the opposition equal access to the media and not to influence the police to be on its side, on which he referred to Musa's revelation of Home Minister Hishammuddin Hussein interfering in the work of the police force.
A practising lawyer, Hanipa said the government should accept diverse opinions, not suppress them.
"This will lead to an unhealthy practices, culminating in what we could term as gangster politics," he said.
He also pointed out that the distribution of oil royalty and the federal financial allocations to states held by the opposition were also not properly practised by the BN government.
"This can be seen clearly in Kelantan, where the development funds are held by a federal agency. Similarly, the oil royalty payments were withheld when Terengganu was ruled by PAS.
"However, when the announcement was made about oil discovery in Pahang, the matter was met positively as the state is under the BN. What will happen if it comes under the opposition in the next general election?" Hanipa asked.
MIC's Hulu Selangor parliamentarian P Kamalanathan said the opposition's views were taken into consideration, such as by the Parliamentary Action Committee, which has a BN member as chairperson and a DAP member as its deputy.
Kamalanathan said the Election Commission had also allowed provisions for television stations to give proper air time for the opposition and this should be recognised as one of the positive actions of the BN government.-malaysiakini.
Musa Hassan: Rival parties' ceramah should not be side by side...
Political ceramah should never be allowed to be held side by side as it will lead to a fracas, as what happened in Gombak on Tuesday night, said former inspector-general of police Musa Hassan.
Musa said that when he was a district police chief in Malacca, he would not allow such things to happen.
"However, I do not know as to what happened in the Gombak incident, whether such orders were given.
"Furthermore, police must be swift in taking action if a rival party member encroaches onto the other side. This could have avoided the fracas and injuries," he said.
Musa said this to reporters after taking part in a forum organised by Sinar Harian on the theme 'Gangster politics: Where is our honour'.
The other panellists were Hulu Selangor MP P Kamalanathan, PAS central committee member Mohd Hanipa Maidin and Integrity Institute Malaysia president Mohd Tap Salleh.
In the Gombak fracas, PKR de facto leader Anwar Ibrahim held a ceramah not too far away from an Umno Youth gathering.
A scuffle occurred and reportedly, two supporters of Pakatan Rakyat and one BN backer were injured.
The case is still being investigated by the Gombak police, who have called witnesses to come forward.
Earlier this year, there was another fracas reported when ceramah were held side by side at Lembah Pantai.
The former IGP added that during his time, he had no problem in giving police permits to opposition holding ceramah as long as it was held at a proper place, adding that he had met with PAS president Abdul Hadi Awang before.
However Musa admitted that sometimes police had to interrupt a political ceramah when it found seditious statements were being made.
"As law enforcers, we have the right to stop the event to prevent things getting out of hand," he said.
Musa was also asked whether he had received any feedback from the Home Ministry or the police since he recently revealed that Home Minister Hishammuddin Hussein has interfered with the work of the police.
He had alleged the minister had bypassed him in given directions directly to his subordinate.
The former IGP said what was important is that he had revealed the matter. "I hope things will improve in the police. The minister should not intervene with police duties.
"He can receive reports from the police and play a role in the police commission but not interfere in their work. The person who is personally responsible for the daily running of the force is the IGP.
"Under Section 20 of the Police Act, they are governed to take lawful orders. Anything which is unlawful, even if the order was given by me, the police don't have to obey."
Hanipa also acknowledged that interference from politicians in police affairs was a problem and it had to stop.
Anwar asked for briefing
Responding to another question over his investigations on the book ‘50 Dalil Kenapa Anwar tak boleh jadi PM', (50 reasons why Anwar cannot become PM), Musa admitted that initially he had reported some results of the investigations to the then deputy prime minister.
However, he said as he realised the report was lodged by Anwar (left), and that there could "a conflict of interest", he had stopped briefing Anwar on it.
"Following that, I reported directly to the then IGP (Abdul Rahim Noor)," he said.
Musa was also the investigating officer for the abuse of power and sodomy case on Anwar.
In an interview with Malaysiakini, earlier this year, Musa had reportedly told his younger brother Fuad Hassan off, not to interfere in police investigations when his brother asked him to help Anwar, as he warned that could be constituted as disrupting the investigations.-malaysiakini
Former IGP: Political violence should not occur in a democracy