Tunku Aziz beri amaran agar DAP berhenti daripada mengusik Melayu

January 19, 2013 at 3:30 pm 45 comments

Kerja politikus kita ialah mengusik. Mereka yang menceburi bidang kerjaya politik sememangnya memiliki bakat menyerlah dalam seni menimbulkan kacau-bilau, kata Tunku Aziz.

Dalam kupasannya di NST hari ini tentang kemelut kalimah Allah, Tunku Aziz menegaskan bahawa kaum Muslim di Malaysia sudah terpaksa menggariskan batasan sempadan waima tindakan tidak bertanggungjawab Lim Guan Eng mengusik orang Melayu dan agama Islam.

“Is it too much to ask Lim to leave the Malays and their religion well alone?” tulis Tunku Aziz dalam rencananya ‘Man’s passion for making mischief‘.


Tambah Tunku Aziz lagi:

“The threat of a serious rift between Muslims and Christians is real and the reality consequent upon Lim’s proposal [on the use of the ‘Allah’ word] is too terrible to contemplate. There is, in my view, nothing more vicious and cruel than a religious conflict.”

Beliau juga mengingatkan pembaca tentang peristiwa berdarah yang meletup di salah sebuah pulau [Ambon] yang terletak di Nusantara di antara orang Kristian dan Muslim.

Tunku Aziz turut mendakwa bahawa Guan Eng sengaja mencaturkan adunan politik bersama agama sebagai satu langkah memecah-belahkan perpaduan Melayu.

Beliau merumuskan bahawa:

“Malaysian politics must be inclusive, and given the complex nature of our society, there is no place for the likes of Lim and the rest of his Pakatan Rakyat cohorts whose philosophy of nation-building may be fairly described as political philistinism at best.”


Apa erti ‘buka puasa’?

Beberapa bulan lepas, Hannah Yeoh telah mentweet ayat berikut: “Selesai berbuka puasa di Masjid Al-Irsyhad di USJ 1 bersama ahli majlis Ken Chia, polis & sukarelawan Pejabat Adun”.

Membuka puasa membawa maksud seseorang itu telah berpuasa sepanjang hari. Baru lah boleh buka puasa.

Adakah Adun DAP Subang Jaya tersebut yang sering mentweet tentang amalan buka puasanya di serata masjid dan surau itu benar-benar tidak makan dari waktu sejak fajar menyinsing?

Rujuk silang, ‘Peserta mogok lapar Lynas didakwa jamu selera di hotel’ (KL Pos, 30 Dis 2012)



YB yang suka masuk surau

“Which one r u?”

Laa … yang pakai “selendang biru” sewaktu makan tu.

Tweet Hannah Yeoh hari ini: Kempunan nak sangat menjamah “char kuew teow” masak asli Penang yang wajib digoreng dengan minyak babi (lihat screenshot bawah).











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  • 1. Waris Malaya  |  January 19, 2013 at 3:44 pm

    Makcik Gemok mengaku gemuk juga akhirnya…

    Fahaman #Bebalisme yang dibawa golongan #Pakatoons perlu dibanteras. All citizens should exterminate #DAPsterCancer from society.

  • 2. I.D.A.  |  January 19, 2013 at 4:19 pm

    aku nak termuntah lah baca twit lahabau ni sekoq dgn jemaahnya yang berekoq-ekoq: http://catatanseni.blogspot.com/2013/01/twitter-gone-banana.html

    betul apa kata tunku, teori aku pun sama. lihatlah bagaimana pas dan umno sepakat bila Islam dijentik. umat Islam akan bangkit menentang kerana dibolehkan Islam melawan si Harbi yg mengancancam agama Islam. makanya, jangan langgar garisan.

    dah lebih setengah abad merdeka, kenapa sekarang nak tunjuk pandai. dah tak suka makan nasi ka? ada nama baru utk mereka:

  • 3. azhar  |  January 19, 2013 at 4:58 pm

    tindakan melampau dan merbahaya untuk negara malaysia yang rakyatnya berbagai kaum dan berlainan agama.

    • 4. Helen Ang  |  January 19, 2013 at 5:01 pm

      Jais dan Mais nampak tak prihatin (tidak mengambil apa-apa tindakan) walaupun sudah berkali-kali Sultan mengeluarkan titah larangan.

      • 5. Antihipokrit  |  January 20, 2013 at 10:18 am

        Jika di Singapura, sesiapa yg beri kenyataan perkauman dan agama pasti kena tindakan. Masalah di sini kita ada PM yg bacul, menteri KDN yg awww.

  • 6. AK47  |  January 19, 2013 at 7:41 pm

    The next General Elections is the ultimated battle between the Malaysian Nationalists of the runaway success of Malaysia in human terms and Lee Kuan Yew of the runaway failure of Singapore !

    • 7. forrrestcat  |  January 19, 2013 at 9:57 pm

      Many fail to see the socio economic failure in Singapore, its failure to increase its GDP due to high cost and its inability to develop local enterprises has forced the PAP to import cheap labour force in order to increase GDP, more cheap labour means more GDP contribution per head, at the same time it allows despots and rich people to park their wealth in Singapore to evade tax or wash their dirty money at the casino which is good front for its economy.

      Consequently, many Singaporeans who were unlucky to be born beyond the good days in the 80s find their wages suppressed and quality of living declinng. Pray tell, how can a $50k gdp per capita nation have median salary of a mere $2500 for its middle class and at the same time the PAP give paltry 2.5% for its CPF ordinary account(while inflation is 5%) despite 17% profit announced by Temasek every years which uses CPF money from the GIC, which prompted University of Beijing Economics lecturer to question the PAP govt agressively http://www.baldingsworld.com/

      It is not untrue that Singapore covet Malaysia, rich in resources, plenty of land and man power.I bet the CPF cant wait to plunder the treasure chest of the EPF worth RM510 billion and the billions more in Malaysian GLC that can provide dole for Temasek to gamble as demonstrated here.

      Undoubtedly, Singapore is pose to benefit if DAP were to win the federal election, Saburna, the bastardized offshoot of the Singapore HDB has won tenders from the Tokong for low cost housing development.And many more for the PAP if more states fell to DAP.. Many fail to se why LKY before his physique deteriorated visited the opposition leaders after 2008 which is a show of impudence to the incumbent BN, PRU12 has rekindled his ambition of being the PM of a real country which his PAP and heavily armed Singapore Armed Forces failed to provide him thanks to the gentle diplomacy of our past and present leaders.

      Unfortunately for LKY, Lim Kit Siang,Karpal and Tokong, the Malays have always stood before their alien ambition and will continue to do so way beyond their demises, Insha Allah.

  • 8. forrrestcat  |  January 19, 2013 at 8:08 pm

    Ironic, that anglophile Malays like Raja Petra and Tunku Abdul Aziz whose previously condescending attitudes on the Malay way of life eventually during their hey times in Pakatan crawled back to to the graciousness of the Malays.

    I wont be surprised that self-hating Malay Haris Ibrahim, who attack and insult Malays on daily basis, will be abandoned by his Bangsar creatures and will end up re learning to recite the Bismillah and Al Fatihah properly and wear a Kopiah to show his face back among the general Malays when all the anglophile doors are slammed on his face.

    As Joceline Tan says, Malay have the kesian factor, unlike the cutthroat of Chinese politics, if TAZ and Raja Petra were Chinese, they would have been wiped out from the face of politics altogether and shunned and chased out like that Teacher in Taman Kaya.

    As for LGE, like his loser father LKS, they are lucky that even they get wiped out in politics they can hide in the isles of Chinese neighbourhoods, for example Taman Kaya and live off well peacefully off the country they like to compare to Zimbabwe, whose police/military he calls dogs, whose adherent Muslims his admirer Patrick call motherf*****rs.

    • 9. Anura  |  January 19, 2013 at 10:54 pm

      I cannot put what is stated in the last paragraph any better.

    • 10. The International Jew  |  January 20, 2013 at 12:48 pm

      the problem for you is that you see the DAP’s politics as Chinese politics. you have got it wrong. the Chinese say “whatever you do, make sure you have a backdoor for yourself and for others”. the DAP is not a practitioner of Chinese. its Anglophile Christian politics the DAP under the Lim family is conducting.

  • 11. Ravin  |  January 19, 2013 at 8:46 pm

    Tunku Aziz, Malaysia’s no 1 munafik. Do some good deeds before you migrate to 6 feet under the ground blardy old snake.

    • 12. forrrestcat  |  January 19, 2013 at 9:31 pm

      Snake, the Tokong in Penang have snakes at his feet and you are one of them between the toes.

    • 13. atas pagar  |  January 20, 2013 at 12:17 am

      Dan sebaik sahaja beliau meninggalkan Dap, tak semena-mena komputer Dap dilanda glitch dan program Excell microsoft meragam ke tahap tak mampu mengira 2+2 adalah 4. Apakah itu karma atau kemurkaan Yesu?

  • 14. atas pagar  |  January 20, 2013 at 12:08 am

    Dap (Karpal Sinki), PKR (Azmin Blow) dan Pas (Mat Bon) harus sedar bahawa keputusan majlis syura parti Islam (Pis) tidak boleh di veto oleh sang ketua.

    Kalau keputusan majlis syura boleh diubah kerana Karpal Sinki mahukannya diubah maka adalah lebih terhormat kalau nama Islam pada Pis digugurkan dan digantikan dengan nama yang seiras Dap atau PKR.

    Apapun sama-samalah ikuti perkembangan seterusnya…sama ada majlis syura Pis akan buat pusingan U kerana PRU sedang menghampiri atau mereka akan mengekalkan keputusan yang telah dicapai.

    Bagi saya, lebih baik Karpal menuding jari kepada LBE kerana dialah pihak yang memulakan isu ini bagi mendapatkan sokongan maksima tanpa memikirkan impaknya terhadap rakan sendiri (Pis).

    Akhirulkalam, sedarkah Karpal, Azmin dan Mat bahawa Dap lebih memerlukan Pis dan bukan sebaliknya? Dan kalau saya presiden Pis, saya akan pastikan LBE memikul semua beban permasalahan atas bahu dia seorang.

    • 15. forrrestcat  |  January 20, 2013 at 2:21 am

      I always hoped that Karpal, who I am sure hatws how DAP come to being due to LGE, would create splinter party to balance DAP. DAP now is fully under the thumb of LGE, at least PAS has its Majlis Syura that can make Nik Aziz and Hadi behave themselves and cultivate alternative leaders like Nasharudin.

  • 16. Daily reader  |  January 20, 2013 at 5:11 am

    Eh, that’s too complex a reason to be attributed to Lim.

    he’s just a simpleton, it’s more likely he just randomly picked some issue to divert attention from other things.

    This is the same guy who just tried to bribe Tunku Aziz not to leave the party, he’s just dumb and malicious, a dangerous combination.

  • 17. AK47  |  January 20, 2013 at 12:31 pm

    forrestcat. You are one excetional true Malaysian I respect. You can see the wood from the trees of Lee Kuan Yew’s Singapore. The other person is Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad who safeguarded Malaysia’s Sovereignty, National Interest, and Self-esteem for 22 years instead of selling our grandmothers down river for money, money, money !

    • 18. Helen Ang  |  January 20, 2013 at 12:35 pm

      What about the charges in Barry Wain’s book Malaysian Maverick that Dr M lost the country close to a hundred billion?

      • 19. shamshul anuar  |  January 20, 2013 at 11:55 pm


        Any tom, Dick, and Harry can say that. Once i attended a Friday prayer in Tmn kosas, Ampang. The khatib( person giving the sermon) condemned Dr Mahathir as ‘mahazalim’.

        Dr Mahathir like any other mortal man of course has his own weaknesses and failures. but in all fairness, he delivered. He indeed is a very patient man. He I believes holds the record as the only then no 2 man in the govt with the book he wrote was still banned.

        He could have used his position to demand that his book , Malay dilemma, be allowed in the very country where he is the “heir apparent”. But he chose to wait until he assumed premiership to lift the ban.

        He could have played the anti monarchy sentiment in 1990s to remove Malay rulers and therefore assumed total control. but he did not. rather, he made Malay rulers or rather minor princesses responsible for their own actions.

        He is magnaminous. He could have punished some Sabahan politicians for betraying BN at 11th hour, just before the election. But he did not. At height of his power, he was graceful enough to kiss the hand of Tunku.

        He could easily put any ADUN of UMNO Penang as Penang chief minister in 1990 as UMNO held 11 seats . Any other leader in the world would have done that. But he did not.

        He could easily pave way for Mukhriz say to be Kedah MB. and no one in UMNO can say no. But he did not. Imagine Guan Eng who is not from Penang but given the coveted penang CM , sidelining the deserving person, Penang DAP Chairman.

        He is of course much hated. as he does not bother to please western leaders or western ideas. He is not paranoid. He accepted good western values but he also realizes wisdom is not the exclusive purview of western nation.

        Who cares what Barry wain wrote. Barry , so used to looking down on Dr Mahathir of course is not expected to acknowledge that Dr Mahathir has delivered.

  • 20. AK47  |  January 20, 2013 at 12:41 pm

    It is time that all Malays recognise the fact that there is nothing wrong with themselves ( which were snidely insinuated by those you know who ) and being Malays of course, they are different from others as the others are different from others. Stand proud, stand strong and stand tall, all Malays and live a normal life of work and play. Don’t listen to bluffologists. Just follow commonsense. You are just as good as anyone else.

  • 21. AK47  |  January 20, 2013 at 1:03 pm

    Dear Helen Ang, the requisite facts.

    1. Singapore officially lost US$108 Billion (RM350 Billions) of her citizens CPF (Trust) money in October 2008 on Wall Street by their much vaunted meritocratic pyramid with the smartest fellow on top. Vide. Channelnewsasia Lee Kuan Yew. November 2008. All Singaporean Blogs. 2009 January 2009 to 2013. Financial Times London. Gillian Tett ‘Singapore’s Harvard Investment Model’. The Star. Seah Chiang Nee’s Columns. Saturdays.

    2. Malaysia’s loss of RM100 Billions came out in a book ‘ Malaysian Maverick ‘ which came out in 2010 to counter the above-mentioned horrendous loss of RM350 Billions by Singapore in a jiffy in October 2008. The figures as provided by the author were not specific. In Singapore’s case, the US$108 Billions figure was the official figure which you may assume the real figure could be much higher. 2 US diplomats in the last 2 years suggested that Singapore should be closer to the United States. Why?

    On Malaysia’s loss, you may itemise the loss to developmental expenditure over the period from 1957 to 2003 which should be acceptable for a developing country. The principle behind some of the losses were either for the good development of the country or human weaknesses not connected with Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad ! See the art of accountancy. In fact, Lee Kuan Yew bravely said in the Channelasianews that their loss subjected them to hold them for 30 years. Do you now see both sides of the coin ?

    Please note also, no Singaporean demanded that the Singapore Government be changed even though Lee Kuan Yew has been the one man ruler for more than 54 years. He is still there. In the past, Singapore incurred some embarassing losses too. You may put Singapore’s horrendous loss to administrative error.

    Lastly, there was a quick revision of the ‘Malaysian Maverick’ with 27 pages. If this book is credible and with facts, why revised it so hastily after it was first published?


    • 22. Helen Ang  |  January 20, 2013 at 1:51 pm

      Singapore losses is their business lah. I’m not one of the Firsters who always hold up the island republic as an example Malaysia should emulate.

      Can pls provide url link to the 27 pages of revision to BW’s book?

      • 23. kiasu  |  January 22, 2013 at 11:48 pm

        Whatever losses purportedly by Dr Mahathir, 100 billions or whatever figure suggested by Tokong wanabes, already insured and covered by the recent discovery of 207 billions by Nizar Autaman wat.

        All Pakatoons need to do if they ever get Putarjaya are to ask Nizar where the money (mostly with Banana prints) are being kept. I suspect, its in Bank of Tokyo, near Leboh Ampang.

        Nizar, helloo Nizar….!!!!

  • 24. AK47  |  January 20, 2013 at 5:33 pm

    Dear Helen Ang, No need to do anything stressful. You just go and read the 27 pages of the book in any good name bookshop. Please do you realise that the CLOB was the conduit of free money flow out of Malaysia from 1965 to 2000. I refer you to the hundreds of abusive letters in the Straits Times when this conduit was closed.

    • 25. Helen Ang  |  January 20, 2013 at 5:40 pm

      re: “just go and read the 27 pages of the book”

      You’ve made a vague and meaningless statement. Which 27 pages? tell lah.

      I have the first edition of the book.

      Now if you can specify which 27 pages involving which paragraphs/passages have been amended or altered for the second and *you claim) revised edition, then state them so we can compare content, fair or not?

      • 26. lousy.engineer  |  January 20, 2013 at 7:05 pm

        He/ She’s probably referring to the 20 pages long Preface to the Second Edition (the last page of the preface ends on page xxviii- page 28) which touches on the responses towards the book after its release. You can read the preface part for free at Amazon.

        PS: I ironically bought the 1st edition of the book on Singapore soil (Changi Airport), before M’sia releasing it.

        • 27. Helen Ang  |  January 20, 2013 at 7:06 pm

          Thanks, will do.

  • 28. AK47  |  January 20, 2013 at 5:37 pm

    In history, Singapore has always been linked with Malaya in trade and politically from 1963. Those who want to rule Malaysia must understand this equation. No man or woman is an island !

    • 29. Helen Ang  |  January 20, 2013 at 5:44 pm

      Of course lah every country has some truck with its neighbours.

      But S’pore split from M’sia in 1963 1965 and Dr M assumed the PMship in 1981. And his policy was Look East plus Buy British Last. He’s never been enamoured of S’pore.

      So why you bring in S’pore when we’re evaluating Dr M’s handling of affairs & mega projects that caused losses?

      • 30. shamshul anuar  |  January 21, 2013 at 12:00 am


        Tunku removed Singapore in 1965. 1963 was the year Singapore merged with the already independent Malaya to form Malaysia.

        Singapore hold the record as the only nation given independence against its wishes.

        • 31. Helen Ang  |  January 21, 2013 at 12:04 am

          Thanks for the correction, Shamshul. I made a typo and will amend.

          re: “Singapore hold the record as the only nation given independence against its wishes.” You may be quite right! But it’s funny when stated baldly like that.

          Brunei held back.

          • 32. shamshul anuar  |  January 21, 2013 at 12:32 am


            It may sound funny. a bit of trivia. then Yang Dipertuan Agung cried and asked why Council of Malay rulers not given chance to deliberate on this matter. Apparently lots of Malays cried too.

            Then Raja Permaisuri Agung, mother of current Raja of Perlis, in her memoirs wrote that her husband therefore was the last modern King that Singapore had ever have.

            Tunku actually not that keen to have Singapore as a constituent of Malaya.

            • 33. Helen Ang  |  January 21, 2013 at 12:37 am

              Thanks for the trivia.

              I wonder why the Malays were upset in 1965, seeing that S’pore had been separated from Johor since the days of Stanford Raffles and was not part of the Malayan Union 1946 nor the Federation of Malaya 1948 or of Malaya 1957 either.

          • 34. shamshul anuar  |  January 21, 2013 at 12:37 am


            As for Brunei, then sultan, Omar Ali Saifudin, initially welcomed the idea. But a failed coup by Azahari changed the sultan’s decision.

            Azahari wanted Sabah, Sarawak and Brunei to form Kalimantan utara as a sovereign nation.

  • 35. AK47  |  January 21, 2013 at 9:50 am

    OMG. Dear Malaysians. You were taken advantage by Singapore in every possible way for decades and yet you are asleep. Why ? This is due to the compartmentalization of news concerning Malaysia and Singapore arising from some unwritten agreement. So, you read no news on Singapore in Malaysia and Singapore has had the freedom to select juicy news on all of us. Do you know that their primary interest is to study the peccadilloes of Malaysians who make frequent trips there especially the big shots. Politicos who do things there are known by most since 1960s ? Remember the guy who took money from a Singapore bank in the 1960s ? Wake up all. There is no abang adek feeling from Singapore. I can assure you. But fortunately or unfortunately, Singapore imploded in October 2008.

    Man proposes. God disposes.

    • 36. irrelevant  |  January 21, 2013 at 12:39 pm

      Need more juicy info..

      Not only I do not remember what are you talking about, I don’t think I ever came across something like that.

      So please go on and continue with names if possible.

  • 37. AK47  |  January 21, 2013 at 4:45 pm

    Dear All Malaysians, I speak only facts, no lies no concoctions etc. by me. All info were culled from Singaporean media sources only.
    Fact. The awesome titan Lee Kuan Yew has a starred Double First Law degree from the University of Cambridge and probably a Third Class in the Bar Finals London.(His wife was placed 3rd out of 300, my wife 7th out of 700). He founded the DAP through his aide and the DAP draws its inspiration from him to this day. DAP has been in the Opposition for 43 years. Lee Kuan Yew, the Master Mentor made a tour of the hinterlands of the victorious Opposition in April 2008 even the confused head honcho of a political party whom Lee Kuan Yew ignored for 44 years met him for a tete-tete dressed in his finest red Mandarin silks. So, Lee Kuan Yew became part of the Malaysian political landscape. By October 2008, Singapore imploded with a horrendous loss of US108 Billions. Man proposes. God disposes.

    Fact. 1. Money was used as an investment of Foreign Policy in friendly countries resulting in the deaths and injuries of innocent men, women and children. Vide. Thaksin
    2. The 2-child Policy of Singapore in the 1970s to the 1980s wiped out the 1% elite which had to be topped up by millionaire imports from China and India. Reproductive rate now 1:1.2. In 2 generations, all original Singaporeans gone.
    3. The loss of US$108 Billions (RM350 Billions) of Trust (CPF) money in October 2008 on Wall Street in a jiffy. Sovereign funds should never be invested like this. Vide. Channelnewsasia Lee Kuan Yew. November 2008. All Singaporean Blogs.2009 to 2013. Financial Times London. Gillian Tett. April 2010. The Star. Seah Chiang Nee Column Saturdays.
    4. Humanity and multiculturalism not practised. The removal of places of worship and cemetaries were so efficient that someone had to inform the Boss. The curry smell Tribunal. The toilet fights. The 189 bus drivers strike etc.
    5. Perfuntory Judiciary system which is well-known throughout the World. Vide. Admiral Canaris was demeaned by Hitler by stripping him naked and hanged naked with piano wires. The unfortunate and fortunate Dr Chee. The unfortunate and unfortunate Tan Koon Swan. Dr Woffles Wu. Shaw. The Australian and German drug mules. etc.
    6. The import of 5,000 pigs daily. The flower nursery contracts. The sale of Kim Eng Securities to Maybank. etc. etc.
    7. Lee Kuan Yew the one man ruler for 55 years of Singapore. He is still there. In this period, Malaysia democratically elected 6 Prime Ministers and going to elect the 7th.

    When we consider great personalities who have influence in our Malaysian politics, we must also consider their failed policies too. DAP in Malaysia is just like the Conservative Party of UK having a Conservative Party in France. Absolute conflict of interest. Where is the sovereignty, the national interest, the self-esteem ? We are Malaysians you know. Not Singaporeans. Stand up all Malaysians be proud, tall and strong that our beloved Malaysia under the BN is a runaway success in human terms compared with Lee Kuan Yew’s runaway failure of Singapore.

    If you vote DAP, you will not get Lee Kuan Yew but maybe a Pandora’s Box.

  • 38. AK47  |  January 22, 2013 at 7:13 pm

    Finest joke of the year is Singapore is spending S$2 Billions to procreate a product which can only be quality tested in 39 years time. Buffoonery at its best. How to support the DAP when their better halves in Singapore are buffoons ?

    • 39. Helen Ang  |  January 22, 2013 at 7:15 pm

      Why do you keep bringing up Singapore?

  • 40. shamshul anuar  |  January 22, 2013 at 7:52 pm


    I am sure you would understand. Just like China considers Hong kong as rightly belongs to China during the time of British rule.

    This is academic only. The truth is that many Malays were then upset as Tunku was seen as too lenient and refused to act eventhough as the head of govt, he has the authority to do so.

    In fact, even UMNO asked Tunku to act. But Tunku being tunku refused to act as it was going to be very unpleasant. Leaders of other countries are ussually harsh to those considered belligerent local leaders. which is why there are wars in Pattani, Mindanao, Biafra, Acheh, Kashmir to name few places.

    Actually they were caught off guard with tunku’s announcement. as Tunku, being the head of govt has said that, Singapore becomes independent of Malaysia.

    • 41. Helen Ang  |  January 22, 2013 at 7:59 pm

      But Hong Kong before her return to the PRC was populated by Chinese just like the mainland.

      Singapore was not majority population Malay like the peninsula.

      Plus S’pore since Raffles has not had a continued (unbroken) tradition of monarchyic rule unlike Johor and the majority of M’sian states.

  • 42. moya  |  January 22, 2013 at 7:57 pm

    AK47 is not Sangmongkol? Now Singapore is in deep shit for being too close to the US government. They invested in all the “what ever top” companies in US. The biggest blunders are Citigroup and Enron, to name a few. These 2 alone cost Singaporean pension scheme in dilemma.

  • 43. AK47  |  January 23, 2013 at 12:12 am

    Please read the political histories of Singapore and Malaysia and their political personalities in political socio-economic terms. Much have been suppressed but for how long ? These two countries are linked but when one is weak the other take advantage. Do you know the meaning of CLOB ? Do you understand the significance of Lee Kuan Yew’s the Master Mentor who is still there making the tour of the victorious hinterland states of Malaysia. Singapore in all respects is a foreign country. Lee Kuan Yew and Singapore have an overbearing influence on our next General Elections. Please look back in history.

    • 44. Helen Ang  |  January 23, 2013 at 12:20 am

      re: “Singapore in all respects is a foreign country”.

      Yes, she is!

  • 45. AK47  |  January 23, 2013 at 12:18 am

    Dear Helen,

    I agree with Shamsul Anuar and delighted with Moya’s enlightened comment. What I presented any where about Lee Kuan Yew and Singapore are facts, no lies no concoctions ? I saw Lee Kuan Yew zoomed from zero to hero. What next only history can tell ! I do not hate Lee Kuan Yew because I am exceedingly happy and have no hatred, greed or jealousy in my heart.


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