Encik Hannah Yeoh melancong ke luar negara dibiayai pembayar cukai S’gor?

December 6, 2013 at 12:02 am 32 comments

Dikemaskini:

Husbands must travel with working wife overseas because there are programmes for him to mingle with other people’s wives.” — komen sumbangan pembaca bergelar ‘Gig’ @ 2013/12/06 at 1:58 am.

Puan Speaker memberi alasan bahawa ada juga program-program rasmi yang dirancang untuk memenuhi masa pasangan si Speaker ketika lawatan.

Betul lah, pada lazimnya ada disediakan program-program amal bagi diwarnai pasangan si VIP (First Ladies). Encik Hannah Yeoh ni telah menyertai program bersama isteri Tuan-Tuan Speaker yang lain, kot?

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  • 1. Mustapha Ong  |  December 6, 2013 at 1:00 am

    Madam Speaker is excited lah! Representing Malaysia at the Commonwealth Parliamentary Conference. Very high profile for madam Speaker in her first international diplomatic exposure.

    According to international practice, there will be spouse’s program but her dear hubby will have to join the Ladies’s group. Wonder how many parliamentary speakers are ladies? Sometimes this situation may be a bit uncomfortable for her poor husband! Just my own thoughts and my experience as a Malaysian diplomat who had served overseas for more than 28 years in eight countries.

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  • 2. Ajay  |  December 6, 2013 at 1:08 am

    Yeah, normally spouse join their other half delegation. But instead of attending conference/seminar/meeting together, the tumpang one go attend kindergarten programs or visit some autistic centres. Mrs Hannah Yeoh ought to do that. Why did he join his wife in a meeting?

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    • 3. Jean  |  December 6, 2013 at 10:09 am

      DAP buat semua betul.
      Barisan buat semua salah.
      Stupid dupid DAP.

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      • 4. islam1st  |  December 6, 2013 at 10:54 pm

        Itu Olang PAS tak pandai buat keleja, talak bagus macam HY, mana dia olang bini, wa talak nampak wor? Apa itu sebelah, laki, dia olang bini ka?

        Haiyh, sulah Anwat ikut ka itu PAS olang?!!! Sei le!

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  • 5. Kaakaaa  |  December 6, 2013 at 4:22 am

    Obvious who wears the pants in that relationship. Indians come below chinese, even in a marriage…

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    • 6. The Dictator  |  December 6, 2013 at 9:43 am

      And their daughters are Chinese. L O L ! It is also obvious who is not wearing pants.

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      • 7. Helen Ang  |  December 6, 2013 at 10:17 am

        Kaakaaa’s observation is that kat rumah pun, orang Cina mahu di atas orang India.

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        • 8. The International Jew  |  December 6, 2013 at 10:59 am

          “Even at home the Chinese want to be on top”.

          Careful there. The prudish types among us may construe this as a sexually provocative comment.

          The Indians are already down and out and to add this would be……

          But funny though. The Chinese didn’t really mind when the religious authority went to little Tan Yimen’s school to get her so that the mother can be with the child. Does this mean that the Chinese are okay with Muslims on top of them ?

          L O L !!!

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          • 9. Helen Ang  |  December 6, 2013 at 11:10 am

            Poor skinny Indian groaning under Chinese heavyweight.

            (apropos of our Malaysian social pyramid where we always talk about Malay vs Chinese politics, where the Indians at the bottom are oppressed/neglected by both coalitions)

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            • 10. The International Jew  |  December 6, 2013 at 11:20 am

              So true, oppressed by both sides but with the Malays, the Indians get paid from time to time, especially when elections are near. With the Chinese, that’s another matter. These Chinese will promise the Indians the star, the moon if they agree to get into their empty promise rocket but after elections are done and dusted, you get the usual, proverbial treatment of “racist Indians” when Indians demand that they fulfill their election promises.

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              • 11. Helen Ang  |  December 6, 2013 at 11:23 am

                re: “when Indians demand that they fulfill their election promises”

                Still waiting for Nambikei Najib to fulfill his.

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                • 12. The International Jew  |  December 6, 2013 at 11:29 am

                  Re Still waiting for Nambikei Najib to fulfill his.

                  This should invite Utusan or any other Malay supremacist NGOs to come up with “Apa India Mahu Lagi ?”

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                • 13. The International Jew  |  December 6, 2013 at 11:38 am

                  And multiculturalism has failed. Remember what Cameron and Merkel said ? Multiculturalism has failed ! But there is a simple solution. Well make it 2.

                  One you tell the minorities to go back to where they came from or two, you implement an aggressive assimilation program where minorities are forced at gunpoint to assimilate or face the consequences.

                  The Thais have done it with their Chinese minority in the 1930s when they subverted the Chinese by converting Chinese schools and disallowing Chinese media from operating in Thailand, adding that if the Chinese refuse to comply, they will pay a heavy price once the Japanese arrive and of course the Chinese duly complied.

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            • 14. PenangMacha  |  December 6, 2013 at 11:38 am

              As it is, Malaysian politics is generally centered around competition and rivalry between the Malays and Chinese. It’s always been a case of gajah sama gajah berjuang, pelanduk jadi collateral damage ditengah-tengah.

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    • 15. CheDebt  |  December 6, 2013 at 10:39 am

      Kasi chan laa…tambi mau jalan-jalan ikut Mem Nyonya (Taukesoh).

      Tambi mia tiket, Nyonya sudah cakap dia sudah kasi duit sama itu kelinga kia (tambi mia apuneneh gang) di Little India maa.

      Kautim mah…lu orang apa bising?

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  • 16. Fazillah  |  December 6, 2013 at 8:21 am

    Halal for pakatan haram for bn

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  • 17. Jek  |  December 6, 2013 at 10:07 am

    Skrng sebok Fat Lady Rosmah.
    Tak lama lagi kita akan ada Fat Nyonya Yeoh….iiiiiiiik.
    Sure Rosmah kalah.

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  • 18. forrestcat  |  December 6, 2013 at 10:08 am

    then she should not make noise when Rosmah travel with Najib… at least Rosmah does look like a elegant Premier spouse, not like a chubby cinakuey girl at a noodle take away.

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  • 19. forrestcat  |  December 6, 2013 at 10:11 am

    so.. there are official programs for spouse for speakers….. more like child care centres for useless husbands that have no free will.. LOL.

    using this yardstick, wherever Rosmah goes abroad too are justified since she has been attending programmes and meeting leaders building ties… not attending some obscure conference of no national importance.

    Now Pakatan useless leaders will finally taste their own medicine.

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  • 20. AK47  |  December 6, 2013 at 10:32 am

    Ms H. I have seen it all before. The Power and the feel good feeling of those who hold temporal power. It is like opium, an addiction. And always ended up as absolute power corrupts absolutely. You can already see the mad power glint in this person’s eyes.

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    • 21. Helen Ang  |  December 6, 2013 at 10:36 am

      re: “It is like opium, an addiction.”

      They give their supporters Holy J Water to drink to keep the racket going. And the followers are lapping it up.

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  • 22. Abas  |  December 6, 2013 at 11:10 am

    Inilah yang yang dimaksudkan oleh peribahasa berikut:
    1. kata dulang paku serpih
    2. periok kata belanga hitam
    3. besar sudu dari mangkuk
    4. kaduk naik junjung
    5. jalan dibelakang cas keting, jalan didepan tak boleh nak diikut

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  • 23. The Dictator  |  December 6, 2013 at 12:33 pm

    Selena Tay is delusional again.

    http://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/opinion/2013/12/04/cruel-vengeance-on-two-cities/

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    • 24. Helen Ang  |  December 6, 2013 at 1:17 pm

      re: “The excuse that there has not been a hike for the past 21 years is a stupid one.” Selena Tay’s article on the increase in KL assessment rates.

      Can we also say that the excuse that there has not been a hike in allowance for the Selangor Aduns for the past 2 years is a stupid one?

      Note, the Selangor Aduns got an increase in their allowances a mere two years ago, see http://helenang.wordpress.com/2013/11/29/sgor-baru-saja-naikkan-elaun-adun-adunnya-dua-tahun-lepas/

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    • 25. Helen Ang  |  December 6, 2013 at 1:23 pm

      re: “Selena Tay is delusional again.

      She was a DAP delegate to the party’s CEC election.

      Below she writes that if Umno continues to bully the Chinese, the government of the People’s Republic of China will be angry.

      QUOTE:

      “The BN government must realise that the government of China encourages the Chinese diaspora to make China proud by contributing to the progress of their host nation and monitors their well-being.

      When a Taiwanese fisherman was accidentally shot dead in international waters earlier this year, China’s government demanded an official apology from the Philippines government.

      Therefore, the BN government must immediately cease and desist in being vindictive towards the Chinese.

      Some Malaysian Chinese businessmen who do business in China may very well complain to the government of China regarding what is going on here. The Malaysian government should heed their lesson from the palm oil issue and think twice about bullying the Chinese.”

      UNQUOTE Selena Tay.

      Urm, I thought Madam Speaker had insisted that there are “no Chinese” in this country, “only Malaysians”.

      But now Selena is claiming that the Chinese victimized by the Malay gomen will complain to the Motherland? DAP can’t make up their mind, meh?

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      • 26. islam1st  |  December 6, 2013 at 11:05 pm

        I don’t Cina Malaysia Chinese Food there tak sedap, bland compared to Chinese Food here? Nak Balik Tongsan ke?

        Selena Tay memang delusional, with Selat Melaka, lu ingat China nak perjudikan nasib dia untuk beberapa kerat ingrates?

        Lu ingat itu Cina bisness so big meh?

        Berapa lu ingat itu minyak and trades coming from Afrika, melalui Selat Melaka ke China?

        Lu ingat itu China nak musuh sama Malaysia and pushing Malaysia dekat dengan USA meh?

        Itu China marah sama Filipina sebab dia mahu ambik Taiwan maa, Taiwan pun tau wor! Lagi itu Filipina, USA allies maa, sama Taiwan pun…itu pasal China tunjuk taring maa…

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  • 27. The Dictator  |  December 6, 2013 at 12:47 pm

    http://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/opinion/2013/08/06/what-the-chinese-want-and-why-we-wouldn%E2%80%99t-balik-china/

    re We want to show off how successful we are compared to others

    ha ha ha !!! Malays, Indians, Natives backward

    re We want to have pride in what we earn, not receive money for nothing

    you honestly believe we believe you ?

    re We want a secure future for our children

    yes so that your children can continue to do what you and your ancestors have been doing, continue to rob the Malays, Indians, Natives

    re And even if our government doesn’t give us what we want, then at the very least,

    you go ranting about your plight ?

    re We want to be left alone to do earn our livelihood and carry out our traditions and beliefs without others threatening our ways.

    and your people are busy telling others how to be Malays and Muslims. this is hilarious ! ha ha ha !!!

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    • 28. Helen Ang  |  December 6, 2013 at 12:59 pm

      re: “busy telling others how to be Malays and Muslims”

      The teachers wear tudung in masjid and #sahur and sebutan “Insya Allah” tak pernah lekang dari bibir. So they are infinitely more qualified as ‘Muslims’ and as Malay-sians, and have every right to tell you confused people what’s best for you.

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  • 29. sarah  |  December 6, 2013 at 12:51 pm

    re Puan Speaker memberi alasan bahawa ada juga program-program rasmi yang dirancang untuk memenuhi masa pasangan si Speaker ketika lawatan.

    Laaa ada program untuk spouse rupenya.

    Kalau ikutkan pembangkang sebelum ini, semua spouse yang ikut tu pergi shopping je bila ikut suami pergi mesyuarat rasmi luar negara.

    Oh lupe lah, kalau BN, semua isteri dia orang pergi shopping je, tapi kalau oppo, isteri dan suami semuanya ikut program yang telah diatur kan kan kan,

    :Dsarah

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    • 30. islam1st  |  December 6, 2013 at 11:08 pm

      Sarah, tapi gambar kat atas tak tunjuk pun PAS sama PKR punya spouses?

      HY super high class kiasu, sebab tu bawa husband Cina dia…

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  • 31. badpotato  |  December 7, 2013 at 1:25 am

    The spouses of PR leaders are superficial beings. They are what we insignificant humans call it as Mr/Mrs-Know-All.

    In fact their spouses are so highly learned and knowledgeable in all areas. They know and have everything in common with what each and everyone of us knows and experience in our own field of expertise.

    When we ourselves don’t even perceive the knowledge known by the persons closest to us, these spouses of them knew them all. Why?

    Becoz their spouses don’t come from different walk of lives, as the amazing quote by Hannah stated:

    “There are special programs for spouse of Speakers” <— You must understand this.(Which the spouses adhere to participate)

    Now let us all let you think of a program that you wish. I bet NOT all of us would agree to such a program you suggested. So this strengthen the statement in the 2nd paragraph above.

    Orr Mee Toh Forr…

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  • 32. antihipokrit  |  December 14, 2013 at 10:37 am

    Mangkuk ayun bertingkek.. Kalau dia buat semua boleh. Kalau BN buat semua salah.

    Reply

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