Tunku Aziz yang cakap, Umno yang dipersalahkan

January 15, 2013 at 11:13 am 51 comments

  • “Tunku Aziz has become an UMNO man.”
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  • “Tunku Aziz thought he will be a hero to UMNO.”

Sumber: http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/sideviews/article/i-will-not-betray-my-fathers-legacy-zairil-khir-johari/

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  • “Tunku Aziz best decribe the personality of those who walk the corridors of power in Umno and BN…..shameless , disgraceful , corrupted , obscene , low moral and humans walking a thin line betwen animals and mankind”

Sumber: http://www.malaysiakini.com/letters/218884

  • “BN/UMNO must have thoroughly indoctrinated or incentivised him and secured his services to be their mouthpiece.”

Sumber: http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/218903

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  • “the Tunku has finally inherited UMNO’s blemished, unprincipled and 3rd world political garbage.”
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  • “Kurap tetap kurap … orang murahan … mungkin nak jadi ahli UMNO”
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  • “[the dog, Moron-minded Tun-kukuku] … had left the Karpal Singh’s strong rocket party most probably due to ummo$ offer$.”
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  • “Below the belt attack that is all UMNO and BN knows now.”
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  • “Tunku is … just a parasite … a loud mouth BN boot-licker!”
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  • “beend had made this tunku , the most hated & brainless tunku in m’sia…Is it worth to sell your honour & moral for money in the final chapter of your life?”
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  • “Maybe UMNO is playing games again”
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Sumber: http://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/nation/2013/01/14/i-know-who-my-father-is-says-zairil/

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Melambak-lambak komen yang biadab dan menghina Tunku Aziz dalam sehari dua ini.

Malas saya nak kutip sebab sikap mencarut sudah menjadi darah daging mereka yang selalu memaki-hamun.

Namun komen-komen yang menuduh Tunku Aziz seorang ejen Umno agak ‘menarik’ kerana ia mencerminkan pola pemikiran para Dapster.

Perpetual hysteria

(a) Bukankah Tunku Aziz bekas ahli Dee-Ay-Pee? Sejak bila pula beliau menjadi ahli Umno?

(b) Tunku Aziz diberikan kerusi CEC oleh Dee-Ay-Pee. Bukan Umno yang memberi kerusi di majlis tertinggi parti kepada beliau.

(c) Tunku Aziz pernah dilantik menjadi naib pengerusi kuota Melayu oleh setiausaha agung Dee-Ay-Pee. Adakah Umno mempunyai bidang kuasa untuk melantik ‘ejen’nya menjadi naib pengerusi sebuah parti lawan?

Tunku Aziz berumur 79 tahun. Takkanlah keperibadian seseorang boleh berubah dalam sekelip mata pada usia yang lanjut itu.

Lim Guan Eng dipenjarakan dalam 1990-an kerana kesalahan menghasut serta menanam kebencian. Hari ini Lim Guan Eng masih lagi menghasut — ada laporan-laporan polis dibuat terhadapnya atas dakwaan menghasut orang Hindu, menghasut penganut Buddha serta baru-baru ini menghasut Kristian. Keperibadian Lim Guan Eng tidak berubah setitik pun.

Sekiranya waktu Tunku Aziz masuk DAP dulu beliau diangkat sebagai seorang yang berwibawa serta memiliki integriti, adakah sebaik sahaja beliau keluar DAP maka integritinya terus hilang begitu sahaja?

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  • 1. The International Jew  |  January 15, 2013 at 11:21 am

    Helen, you should read what they have written of Tunku Aziz at pro Pakatan sites after he said Zairil is not a Malay. so vile, full of racist tones and insinuation. the very people who cry racial discrimination are the first to hurl racist abuse at their detractors. they are so typical of pro Pakatan supporters.

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    • 2. Anonymas  |  January 15, 2013 at 12:59 pm

      Oh yeah, I’ve seen that. They retaliated by

      > “mahathir is indian”
      > “he is a mualaf”
      > “MCA and MIC did not have any Malays” “His name is Malay”
      > “You can’t prove otherwise”

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  • 3. Melonhead  |  January 15, 2013 at 11:24 am

    Diaorang ni tak takut Tuhan ke? Senang sahaja memfitnah dan mengutuk orang. Bukti pun tak tunjuk. As far as i know, the one that offered Tunku Aziz ‘incentive’ in the form of RM 50,000 was none other than geng diaorang jugak, but of course, when the opposition does it, it is given another term, but when UMNO does it, it is corruption.

    Say what you will, but Allah knows best. When we die, we will have to answer for everything that we have done and said, and that termasuk jugak those who believe that Jesus died so that they could have a free pass to heaven.

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  • 4. Antibebal  |  January 15, 2013 at 12:47 pm

    Cuma orang Islam sahaja yg tahu apa impactnya kalau melakukan fitnah. Tetapi rata-rata yg mengutuk diatas itu adalah orang bukan Islam. No hal la biarla dia nak cakap apa pun. Ada pepatah Melayu yg berbunyi seperti anjing menyalak bukit.

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  • 5. Anonymas  |  January 15, 2013 at 1:06 pm

    Hahaha. They (commenters) forgot the time LGE tried to bribe Tunku Aziz to come back into DAP by raising his salary/allowance to RM50,000 (afaik).

    Those commenters have that Dubya Bush mentality (either you’re with us or against us) meaning that any sign of dissent will be branded as ‘enemy’ and in this case: UMNO. If you happen to be someone who pisses them off in the streets, they’d brand you the same. When milosuam (PAS blogger) revealed Anwar’s hijack of the Bersih 3.0 demonstrations, he too was branded UMNO even after 5++ years of blogging for PAS.

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  • 6. Ravin  |  January 15, 2013 at 1:09 pm

    This tunku has gone ku ku. no integrity and bites the finger who fed him. great shame to his family. Pui.

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    • 7. rexuan  |  January 15, 2013 at 1:43 pm

      who’s biting who’s finger here? had your ancestors not migrated to the tanah melayu back then..

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    • 8. babyatma  |  January 15, 2013 at 3:01 pm

      you fit exactly what helen wrote earlier. Well done for proving helen is right ravin.

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    • 9. Servant of God  |  January 15, 2013 at 3:14 pm

      Yet he bites deep, no?

      But now you’ve got me confused. If he’s really got no credibility, just ignore him lah. You should have faith that people will be able to see through his guise, that people will flock to PR despite of what he’s said. Same for HKR.

      Yet, Ravin, despite the “success” that PR is trying to claim for HKR, the people I’ve asked either just do not give a shit, or wonder aloud how stadium Merdeka managed to fit 100k people, what more the 500k or 700k claimed by PR.

      Again, if people believe you, they will gravitate towards you despite what others say. You should be able to dismiss what others say without any effort.

      Yet pakagoons are throwing blind accusations at Tunku Aziz as if doing so would get them big money. I wonder why.

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    • 10. babyatma  |  January 15, 2013 at 3:22 pm

      you wrote” ….and bites the finger who fed him. great shame to his family. Pui.”

      Aik, ‘fed him’ now want janji ditepati jugak ke? And how many gazillion years was Tunku in DAP? Was he so poor before he was in DAP?

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    • 11. Reuven  |  January 15, 2013 at 3:52 pm

      Are you sure Dap fed him with their finger and not chopstick?

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    • 12. Atas Pagar  |  January 15, 2013 at 5:00 pm

      Tunku perli Zairil, Dapster pulak terasa lebih-lebih hinga terdesak mempertahankan Zairil. Mungkinkah apa yang Tunku perlikan itu menusuk ke jangtung mu Ravin?

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  • 13. sman  |  January 15, 2013 at 1:30 pm

    Kalau Tengku ingin mencari kekayaan melalui Umno, sekarang bukanlah masa yg sesuai, kerana beliau boleh saja bersama Umno sejak zaman mudanya lagi. Bayangkan apakah kedudukan yg boleh beliau capai jika beliau mengangotai Umno pada masa tersebut?

    Saya berkesempatan berceramah bersama beliau dan kami berbual panjang selepas ceramah. Beliau adalah seorang yg istimewa dan kebendaan bukanlah matlamat utama dalam tindak tanduk beliau yg tidak di senangi oleh puak pembangkang terutamnya DAP sekarang.

    Satu perkara yg saya dapati dari perbualan dgn beliau, beliau tidak mendapati parti yg di anggotainya benar-benar mengamalkan demokrasi dan tidak juga bersih dari gejala rasuah, kerana beliau sendiri tidak dihurmati berlandaskan demokrasi, dan beliau juga di layan secara biadap dgn cuba menawarkan sesuatu kepada beliau utk mengubah fikiran.

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    • 14. Independent  |  January 20, 2013 at 8:45 pm

      Jadi independent!!! don’t take sides, let justice prevail…

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  • 15. random  |  January 15, 2013 at 2:19 pm

    Ah, such is the fate of the Malays in DAP. Either be their stooge for life or be insulted as dogs when you get out.

    Their people can say whatever they want, I’m glad that this blog shows their comments, I myself can’t go to their sites, can’t stand the overload.

    All the ruling coalition needs to win the fence sitters over is just to show what kind of people the opposition are through their words and actions.

    Good job opposition supporters. Though I suppose they probably would blame beeend for everything they do too.

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  • 16. Antihipokrit  |  January 15, 2013 at 3:03 pm

    Penyakit penyokong pembangkang adalah, tiada sesiapa pun boleh mengkritik mereka. Dan jika ada yg mengkritik, maka 100% org itu akan dicop sbg UMNO.

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  • 17. Reuven  |  January 15, 2013 at 3:31 pm

    Based of the same argument used by these people, we can now say that Nik Aziz and Majlis Syura are contemplating joining Umno?

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  • 18. International Chinaman  |  January 15, 2013 at 3:54 pm

    I agree with you International Jew.

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  • 19. beastofburden  |  January 15, 2013 at 3:55 pm

    shameless , disgraceful , corrupted , obscene , low moral and humans walking a thin line between animals and mankind,Kurap,dog,parasite

    hmm for a bunch of ppl whom seem to know everything in the world these DUMB ASS PARTY DUMPSTERS have a limited amount of Intelligence by the comments above about Tunku. Standard 6 boy can do better then your comments lar. Shows the mentality of these dumpsters they cant even articulate themselves with a common senses or to provide a point without without becoming defensive and self conscious

    Ah but whatever is we all know DUMPSTERS WILL BE DUMPSTERS …..hmmmm must be the brand bought from china ….and as always its garbage in and garbage out.

    oh ya btw i would suggest they also send some emails to the 2 DAP guys who have filed with the ROS to nullifie the Dumb ASS PARTY elections

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  • 20. anakjamil  |  January 15, 2013 at 4:36 pm

    while all these while i thought being queer is bad enough, i guess it’s harder and more worst for a Dappy. How can one live with so much paranoia, hatred, viciousness & delusional? They speak proper England, live comfortably if not better than most, well ‘selective’ read yet every single thing, mostly criticism against their party are redirected or being associated to/with BN.

    If an observer who knows nothing re: Malaysian politics browse through their comments, this observer would deduce that BN is more than just an institution but bordering to religion or closer to the divinity. That’s how powerful BN will look like that even flood, water shortage, air pollution via forest burning in Indonesia, etc are pointed as BN’s fault.

    It is as if logic and intellect abandon these Dappy that critical, coherence, being positive no longer matter. What a life and a curse one would have if his/her mere existence is filled with such poison and negativity. Looking & reading unsubstantiate accusations made, i don’t feel bad being what i am: i may look different and i can’t change that but my soul is a work in progress!

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    • 21. Servant of God  |  January 15, 2013 at 5:21 pm

      anakjamil,

      Dont’ forget, according to PR, BN also controls:

      1. Price of petroleum on the international market.
      2. Price of food crops around the world.
      3. The weather.
      4. Governments of other countries.
      5. Private firms which manufacture goods imported into Malaysia.
      6. Destination of ships carrying our palm oil.
      7. The rise and fall of penises.
      8. Who gets screwed with above-said penises.

      Hmm… not bad eh, for a political party in such a small country?

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  • 22. Servant of God  |  January 15, 2013 at 5:11 pm

    Dear Helen, sorry going off topic here.

    I would just like to say, chances are good that I’m going to have a lot of fun this year, as far as watching politics go.

    The thing is, I think DS Najib will allow his term to end naturally, and will not call for general elections one day sooner. Since currently all negeri is tied to parliament, all negeri will have to have their elections also.

    PR knows it would be disaster for them. If they’re really confident of being reelected in any of their states, they would’ve called for negeri elections by now as a show of force. But they’re not confident, and they want to hold negeri elections AFTER parliament.

    But, they can’t, can they? DS Najib’s taken that choice away from them. All PR can do now is step back, one day at a time, towards the corner that is awaiting them. At best they would have a difference of days. Someone correct me if I’m wrong, please.

    PR is already spewing nonsense on a daily basis as it is. I wonder what crap they’d spew out as time is running out. Unfortunately for them, due to their own nature, whatever they do would most likely boomerang and hit them behind their heads.

    If our future weren’t at stake, I’d say this would be hilarious entertainment.

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    • 23. Helen Ang  |  January 15, 2013 at 5:16 pm

      I concur. The PM should let the Parliament auto dissolve at end of term ‘cos the Pakatan states are not sporting with their state-level elections.

      re: “PR is already spewing nonsense on a daily basis as it is.”

      The effect is that they’ve implanted hate so deeply that the syndrome appears to be irrevocable.

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      • 24. bujal  |  January 15, 2013 at 5:40 pm

        The A Pee

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        • 25. Helen Ang  |  January 15, 2013 at 5:47 pm

          Dee Ay Pee couldn’t have done it alone without the infrastructural assistance provided by the Em See Ay, like the 5.63 million audience reached via mainstream media.

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      • 26. mekyam  |  January 16, 2013 at 2:28 am

        “The effect is that they’ve implanted hate so deeply that the syndrome appears to be irrevocable.”

        perhaps only among those who are already their supporters anyway, come hell or high water. they seem many because they are more vocal.

        among the fence sitters [chinese ones included, regardless of DAP's bragging], one senses more and more anything from fatigue of their antics to dismissal to plain disgust.

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    • 27. calvinsankaran  |  January 16, 2013 at 8:24 am

      I concur too. The stance of PR in regards to election is mind boggling and logic defying to say the least.

      They keep promising that they will change Malaysia into First World economy and democracy within a year and all they need from rakyat is to give them just one term.

      Yet when they are given a chance to manage a state, they complain that 4 years is too short and they will go full term. Yet they keep demanding for a GE at Federal level when Najib is not even had his full term.

      Ambiga meanwhile demands that the GE shouldn’t be held until all the reforms are completed but then makes a sudden U-turn and demands for an early GE, accusing BN of cowardice even.

      The strategy of Pakatan is to promise the pies in the sky so that people don’t see the ugly, clogged sewers of reality at the ground level in PR-run states.

      I just can’t understand how 85% of the Chinese can support PAS when Kelantan is an abject failure in every aspect of the governance and economics.

      My take is that the Chinese and the PR support voters generally do not support PAS not because what they stand for but rather for what they stand against – ie. BN/Umno/Malay/Muslims. Anyone who opposes the BN/Umno/Malay/Muslim cause is an instant superstar /hero, be it PAS, Ambiga, Bawani or Abby Abadi or Osama B. Laden.

      The dangerous idea that DAP has planted in the minds of the Chinese is that BN/Umno/Malay/Muslims are their enemy and only DAP can help them. So it is immaterial if DAP works with Al Qaeda or KKK and the Chinese will support whoever DAP says so. Even if it happens to be PAS, the 2-headed demon that far more dangerous than UMNO/Bn can ever be to the Chinese’s long term interests.

      The Star can print all the scary story about PAS’ Wahabbi / Taliban Style moves to restrict the Chinese cultural and religious rights – your average Dapster from Selayang John Ah Lim isn’t gonna buy it and will vote PAS without a second thought.

      The most dangerous idea ingrained by DAP is that the Chinese are not a minority without power but in fact they are king makers who with the support of PKR and PAS, can change the country’s future to control it. The problem is that they are not telling the price the Chinese will pay for this.

      In a Pakatan controlled Malaysia, DAP will not be able to influence or rein in PAS. PAS will make deals with anyone so that they have the strongest power within the coaltion to implement their Islamist /Talibanese policies which they kept under wrap until they win the power at the Federal level, just like in the case of Arab Spring. Once they are in control, they will show their real faces.

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      • 28. Helen Ang  |  January 16, 2013 at 8:46 am

        Hi Calvin,

        re: “85% of the Chinese can support PAS”

        PAS Johor claims that according to their ground survey (which we take with a punch of salt), 85% of the Chinese in the state would support a Chinese Pakatan candidate. The figure is not half as high for a non-Chinese opposition candidate.

        The problem with The Star is its bipolarity. It’s like a girl turning down the offer of a date but at the same time making cow eyes at the guy doing the asking.

        Hence when the paper prints the scary stories (to MCA’s political benefit), it will not altogether convince its pro-oppo Chinese/Christian readership, not when at the same time there’s the Jerusubang subscript (or undertone) to the paper. Until and unless the paper’s DAP-inclined readers take the cue from Tokong & Co. with regard to the shift away from PAS.

        Agree with you that anyone who appears to be fighting against Umno is embraced by the Dapsters. ABU crystalized this direction.

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        • 29. calvinsankaran  |  January 16, 2013 at 9:41 am

          The Star is like a bus owned by MCA but driven and populated by Dapsters. The Rocket ,in contrast ,is owned, pilot and populated by Dapsters.

          But I would compare the Star with a girl who is high maintenance who spends her rich boyfriend’s money freely and having a good time doing it while at the same time sleeping with her BF’s sworn enemy and making jokes about her BF.

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          LOL. I will start a Starwatch page and quote you, Calvin. — Helen

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          • 30. Ahmad Ibrahim  |  January 16, 2013 at 10:38 am

            I tend to think of The Star as The Sarong Party Girl.

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      • 31. MalaysianinNewYork  |  January 16, 2013 at 11:07 am

        Helen, Calvin says “Anyone who opposes the BN/Umno/Malay/Muslim cause is an instant superstar /hero, be it PAS, Ambiga, Bawani or Abby Abadi or Osama B. Laden. I don’t care about the rest but what Bawani had brought about was free education for Malaysians as well as arguing that the parachuted Ambiga cannot be considered as an anarchy because the court has deemed Bersih legal.

        I don’t want to get into the political nuances like Ambiga or her PR agenda as that is pretty obvious similar to what BN runs. My thingy is the Bawani gal. She voiced out taking into consideration of the free lunch MARA/JPA scholars on a platform of education. Trust me I know quite a bit of this because how these MARA/JPA scholars squandered their opportunity and abused the system. Not all but the majority. I think the thoughts and voice of Malaysians like Bawani, irrespective of the race, religion or creed needs redressing rather than to be stifled because we conveniently draw a political affiance.

        Truth should only have an affiance for how we need to treat humanity amongst us. An error does not become truth by reason of multiplied propagation for political affiance, nor does truth become error because nobody sees it. I think the Bawani incident enlightens us more that all the politics we preach whether it is BN/PR .

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        • 32. Save Malaysia  |  January 16, 2013 at 11:20 am

          my advice to you is, buy a gun, after the Sandy Hook incident, you had better get a gun. otherwise you could end up being the next victim. if you are absent from this blog for far too long, we may think that when a mass shooting incident occurs in The USA, we may think that you’re one of the victims.

          we Malaysians should also be wary. at 112, the PM in waiting has already said that if the results of the GE13 are not to his liking, we could see a similar, Arab Spring uprising here. so we Malaysians should also be prepared to defend ourselves from the Pakatan mob. we have been warned.

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          • 33. MalaysianinNewYork  |  January 16, 2013 at 12:10 pm

            Save Malaysia, again not a political stance. I know for a fact that BN had organized a Geng 36 & 08 get together dinner in KL, more than 1000 people attended and the MB in Negri Sembilan did the same last month. What is my source and how my source comes by although I sit in New York and it does not matter but what why do we need political affiance to divide what is the truth or reality for the common folks. Don’t worry about NY or America (typical Israel agenda) for how a Malaysian in New York survives, but thanks for the concern.That is a Malaysian without much ado.

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        • 34. calvinsankaran  |  January 16, 2013 at 12:30 pm

          MiNY,

          There is no such thing as free lunch. Even if you don’t pay, either you have to pay in kind in a different non monetary way (favor, contracts, etc) or someone else has to on your behalf.

          Malaysia’s spending on education is already high, among the highest in the world (in the top 10) with 8.1% of the GDP. If you want to further increase, it would mean we decrease other areas of public spending. With Pakatan demanding free oil, no tax,no toll, etc I can’t see where this gonna come from.

          Secondly, we are not super rich First World country to fully subsidise education. We simply cannot afford to.

          While it sounds nice and populist, it is not as easy or straight forward as people think.

          The problem with undergraduates is that they lack thinking skills. I can excuse a Form 2 student making this sort of demands but it is unacceptable for a law student. Bawani might have a lot of passion but she evidently lacks brains.

          PSM, as you know, is based on socialist and communist principles. What she’s asking is not just free education but a socialist society. Not sure if Malaysians can agree to it.

          Bawani’s arguments are simply stupid and flawed.

          As for Ambiga, I have no issue with her demands and generally supportive of these. However, I do have a problem with her using politicians to get what she wants when we all know these politicians themselves do not practice clean elections.

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          • 35. Ahmad Ibrahim  |  January 16, 2013 at 1:01 pm

            I believe that education should be free, but only for primary and secondary school education. afterwards, for tertiary education, you have to charge a fee, a tuition.

            free education is commendable, but we really have to ask ourselves. do we want people that know how to look after themselves or do we want people who constantly need people to look after them?

            now we even have parents accompanying their children to job interviews. what has become of our society? even China has abandoned socialism.
            free education. next they will ask for unemployment benefits equal to their previous salary when they lose their jobs.

            free education at tertiary level will only result in more needy people, people who can’t look after themselves financially.

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          • 36. MalaysianinNewYork  |  January 16, 2013 at 1:05 pm

            Calvin, are your regurgitating? Sure there is something as free lunch when humanity, truth and reality is concerned minus I know it all. Whether you have the ability to digest it for how it serves only you rather than what it means to others needs a revisit. As I had made it clear I am not concern with BN/PR and you bring in a PSM argument. I see a novice economist argument in your 2nd & 3rd para.

            Friend, you don’t need to be an economist when basic rights are deprived for the masses to sustain, survive and progress as a Malaysian. The basic right does not ride on a Adam Smith theory, marxist theory, or a foolhardy one like I know it best. You will never know best, nor a system knows best until and when we have an ability to understand the predicament of another without taking into equation that I know best and this is how it should be as long it serves us individually as oppose to how and why the other needs to enhance.

            Humans are such selfish specimen. Only me that matters even when there is truth. It’s no wonder that truth is stranger than fiction. Fiction has to make sense.

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  • 37. Lim Tat  |  January 15, 2013 at 6:21 pm

    So, what’s next? Sakmongkol later will also declared as Trojan Donkey of UMNO if he leaving DAP when he felt that DAP are not appropriate for his political survival in future? Come on la Malaiyoo, when life gives you oil spills, don’t make molotovs but please help to clean up the pollution.

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    • 38. calvinsankaran  |  January 16, 2013 at 9:43 am

      Sakmangkol and Aspan will leave DAP if they are not given safe seats to contest or key positions in the state govt controlled by DAP/PR.

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      • 39. Ahmad Ibrahim  |  January 16, 2013 at 10:40 am

        those 2 are passe. I wonder where Zairil will contest. since he has said that he knows who his father is, well, I can only guess that he’s referring to the late Khir Johari, well, to prove that he is indeed Malay, he should contest a Malay seat. but his mentor The Caliph could have other ideas.
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        He’s registered as voter in Kebun Bunga (Chinese middle-class urban constituency) on Penang island. — Helen

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        • 40. Ahmad Ibrahim  |  January 16, 2013 at 11:00 am

          before or after 308 ?

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          • 41. Helen Ang  |  January 16, 2013 at 11:06 am

            See his voter record, here.

            I’m guessing post-308

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  • 42. shamshul anuar  |  January 15, 2013 at 6:27 pm

    Helen,

    What do you thinks about “dinosours’ among our elected politicians. Lim Kit siang has been there since Tunku was the Prime Minister.

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    • 43. Helen Ang  |  January 15, 2013 at 6:39 pm

      Kit Siang is 72, Karpal 73, compared to Najib, 60 this year.

      I’m hoping that LKS and Karpal would quickly retire both from their party positions and refrain from contesting any Parliament seats. Lim Sr for his own sake as Lim Jr is tarnishing the family legacy and destroying the father’s reputation.

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      • 44. Lim Tat  |  January 15, 2013 at 6:47 pm

        Tetapi mereka adalah “winnable candidate” dan DAP juga masih memerlukan seorang wakil bagi memperjuangkan nasib OKU.

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        • 45. Helen Ang  |  January 15, 2013 at 6:55 pm

          Orang Kurang Upaya dari segi daya pemikiran kan ada di kalangan calon-calon evangelista?

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  • 46. Darlyn Azlinda  |  January 15, 2013 at 8:48 pm

    Adoi…Apahal la proPR nih masing2 suka masuk bakul angkat sendiri? Suka2 hati angkat2 orang mcm junjung naik kaduk. Suka2 tuduh orang balaci orang lain. Apa ingat dorang saja ada freedom of speech rights? Jelek gila dengan orang mcm proPR nih. Bongkak! Ingat BN/UMNO saja yang tahu main kotor? ProPR tuh, lagi ewwwwy la. Bukan setakat main kotor, jijik lagi.

    I baca komen proPR pun berbulu nak muntah angkat junjung kaduk2 dorang.

    Tunku duk suh sokong Najib pun, ada Najib kipas lebih2 kat Tunku Aziz? Fitnah tu ibarat membunuh saudara seagama (Islam) tau.

    Bajet nak sedapkan hati depa sendiri dengan angkat junjung kaduk la tu. Sebab tau depa bole jaja air liur saja.

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  • 47. forrrestcat  |  January 15, 2013 at 9:57 pm

    Hadi in his statement on the Allah issue even blame UMNO and confer UMNO a BIG SIN for being irresponsible with the Allah issue, what joke this PASter, it also shows that Nik Aziz prefer to backstab Hadi than going against the Majlis Syura.

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  • 48. calvinsankaran  |  January 16, 2013 at 8:37 am

    Helen, one of the key talking points of #KL112 is the lack of Indian participations. Some of my friends estimated that there were less than 100 Indians took part though MIC says it was 500. In any case even if it was 500 and the total attendance was 80k (based on MK’s estimate lah, personally I think it was closer to 50k), it means the Indians made up of less than 1%.

    Secondly, in the Tamil papers there was so little coverage that most Indians are not even aware there was such rally. To make matters worse, Monday was the Ponggal festival which is one of the most important cultural event for the Tamil people. As such most were busy preparing for it. In fact the traders of Brickfields were so angry that KL112 badly damaged their Ponggal business.

    Thirdly, on Saturday Najib and BN leaders were attending Ponggal celebrations in Klang while Anwar and his Pakatoon goons were busy taking the streets. Najib had a fullpage Ponggal wishes and even CSL also did the same (on personal capacity). So while BN folks is in tune with Indians and celebrating Ponggal, the Pakatan folks are busy playing politics.

    Finally, if you note the 10 demands by Pakatan,none touched upon the Indian issues despite the loud demand of Indian Pakatan leaders previously on issues such as citizenship, Tamil schools, etc. This clearly shows Pakatan couldn’t care less about Indians. And the feeling clearly mutual.
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    From the photos, I saw Indians in the PSM T-shirt attending KL112. They don’t celebrate Ponggal? — Helen

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    • 49. calvinsankaran  |  January 16, 2013 at 9:49 am

      Ponggal actually on Monday but typically Saturday and Sunday is the day Indians spend their time shopping and preparing for this Harvest Festival.

      PSM are basically subscribe to socialist and communist ideologies so they are not easily diverted by such minor bourgois cultural practices. LOL…

      In any case, PSM never championed Indian causes nor they enjoy any support among the community despite a large number of Indians among their leadership and membership. PSM is basically another ABUer, they will join any rally as long as it is against BN/Umno. But PSM too have their own game plan and one that very different from Pakatoons’. They are just using PR just like PR is using PSM. Mark my word, PSM will lose Sg Siput seat.

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  • 50. Mr Shalom  |  January 16, 2013 at 9:36 am

    Tunku Abdul Aziz is a true and fine gentleman.

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  • 51. oik65  |  January 17, 2013 at 1:17 am

    If Tunku Aziz is right about this then Zairil is in deep shit. To claim as one’s child / father someone who he knows is not so is a pretty major sin in Islam. Scholars are pretty much unanimous on this based on Al-Ahzab verses 4-5, and several of the Prophet’s hadiths. As a Muslim, Zairil really should have known this. And for him to do such a thing just for a little political mileage, well that makes it even worse, doesn’t it?

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