Kalau Izzah jadi PM …

March 16, 2015 at 5:19 pm 23 comments

Andaikata pada satu hari nanti Nurul Izzah jadi perdana menteri, adakah dia akan melantik Hannah Yeoh jadi Menteri Agama?

Nampaknya Puan Speaker dah awal-awal positioning (mencongak) dirinya.

Hannah Izzah becomes our Prime Minister

Sebelum ini @hannahyeoh pernah mentweet: “I hope to see one day in my lifetime, Izzah becomes our Prime Minister.”

Hari ini, @hannahyeoh retweet @vangeyzel yang berkata “good guys … arrested by the police”, dan ia disusuli dengan tweet atas namanya sendiri “Free Izzah!”

Hannah retweet Van Geysel

Hannah Free Izzah

Ampu bodek

tahap industrial grade

Hannah izzah u r so beautiful!

Hannah izzah is beautiful and so is Kate Middleton

Hannah izzah I also want one pls, so pretty

@hannahyeoh wants a @n_izzah calendar too – “so pretty!”

Izzah calendar

Hannah izzah such hot eyes

madam speaker! You're making me blush

Nurul

Hannah izzah love ur sense of humor girl!

Hannah izzah cun

Hannah izzah u in TOP FORM

@hannahyeoh kata @n_izzah “giant slayer” tatkala PRU13.

Ye lah, tapi kan Izzah juga fitnah Raja Nong Chik?

Hannah My true giant slayers in GE13 will have to be @limkitsiang and @n_izzah

Hannah izzah stay beautiful

Hannah beautiful, intelligent & courageous izzah

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23 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Macbeth  |  March 16, 2015 at 5:47 pm

    Worse comes to worse ….. we’ll have to deal with a pair of cocky hens then.

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  • 2. The Rithmatist  |  March 16, 2015 at 5:50 pm

    Hmm…now Nurul has made it to Helen’s “hate list”. Joining Hannah.

    For someone who claims to be apolitical, you are doing a fair bit of “political” posts in this blog.

    Are you afraid that Nurul and Hannah can make it on their own merits?

    Surely, you are not against strong, confident women, are you?

    Or are you a fan of the subservient, docile females that are attracted to the likes of ISIS?

    I am sure that there are many in Umno who relied on their political pedigrees to rise up the ranks, whether they deserved it or not.

    Yet they seem to be magically exempted (or immune) from your carping and criticism?

    Double standards writ large?

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    • 3. Helen Ang  |  March 16, 2015 at 6:19 pm

      re: “Hmm… now Nurul has made it to Helen’s ‘hate list’.”

      Tsk, tsk, tsk. Nurul is trending now – making headlines in the blogs and news portals today.

      re: “For someone who claims to be apolitical, you are doing a fair bit of ‘political’ posts in this blog.”

      When did I claim to be apolitical? I said I’m not a politician (this is a fact) and that I do not belong to any political party (another fact). This blog is of course clearly political. And my political affiliation has been made clear – Do not let DAP take Putrajaya!

      re: “Are you afraid that Nurul and Hannah can make it on their own merits?”

      Everybody and his cat knows that Nurul is where she is b’cos she is someone’s daughter. As for Hannah’s own merit – her constant food craving and “Good Morning Malaysia” tweets speak volumes, not to mention the scores of Twitter users that she has blocked from her timeline.

      re: “Surely, you are not against strong, confident women, are you?”

      Zeti? Azalina? Chew Mei Fun?

      It is the Red Beanies who have tried to destroy Chew and Wanita MCA and Beliawanis who’ve been subject to death threats, rape threats, doctored nude photos, fitnah that they’re having affair with married men and other vile slander. What kind of people are they?!

      re: “Or are you a fan of the subservient, docile females that are attracted to the likes of ISIS?”

      You ISIS obsession hints clearly at your Islamophobia.

      re: “I am sure that there are many in Umno who relied on their political pedigrees to rise up the ranks, whether they deserved it or not.”

      It’s an Asian thing. Suu Kyi, Park Geun-hye, Mergawati, Benigno, Gloria, Hsien Loong, the late Benazir, Rahul, the Bangladeshis (wife of, daughter of) … just too many to name. This being so, I did not even mention Anwar in my posting above. You’re the one who’s shadow boxing.

      re: “Yet they seem to be magically exempted (or immune) from your carping and criticism?”

      Like I said. It’s a non-issue. I’ve not even mentioned Izzah’s father in this posting. Kamu dok kejar bayang-bayang.

      re: “Double standards writ large?”

      You’re tying yourself in knots and revealing your own lack of argumentive acumen.

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      • 4. Mulan  |  March 16, 2015 at 6:39 pm

        It’s an Asian thing. Suu Kyi, Park Geun-hye, Mergawati, Benigno, Gloria, Hsien Loong, the late Benazir, Rahul, the Bangladeshis (wife of, daughter of) … just too many to name. This being so, I did not even mention Anwar in my posting above. You’re the one who’s shadow boxing.

        You forgot the father and son Lims, Chuas, Singh dynasty, the cousins. Who is not in a dynasty and don’t plan to set one up?

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        • 5. Helen Ang  |  March 16, 2015 at 6:51 pm

          Amend:

          It’s a universal thing. President Bush Sr & Jr, Papa & Baby Doc Duvalier, Jean and Marine Le Pen, Cristina Fernández de Kirchner, Tzipi Livni … every continent pun same aje.

          But needless the say, The Rithmatist only has issue with the Umno scions and dynasties.

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          • 6. Mati azi  |  March 16, 2015 at 8:28 pm

            Helen 1
            Rith mati st. 0

            ED (Encik Duck)

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            • 7. The Rithmatist  |  March 17, 2015 at 12:53 pm

              In your dreams, mate.

              But, then, living in “cloud cuckoo land” seems to an identifying mark of the pro-apologists who would know competitiveness if it reared up and bit them on their collective posteriors.

              I will leave it to you to construe that statement, or, maybe, Helen can do it for you.

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      • 8. The Rithmatist  |  March 17, 2015 at 12:47 pm

        “Islamophobia”? That’s risible. It seems to me that the “militants” and “radicals” in Islam are doing a perfectly good job of discrediting that religion, much to the joy of the “hawks” and “neoconservatives” in the US and elsewhere who have a good excuse to indulge in a spot of “Islam-bashing”.

        And, if I am “tying myself in knots”, I think that you are doing the same by condemning evangelistas, Red Beaners, the DAP and other assorted worthies while steadfastly refusing to extend the same condemnation to Umno and it’s proxies in the media and cyberspace.

        That is double standards with a breathtaking amount of chutzpah.

        And far “from tying myself in knots”, I am taking the opportunity to rebut you as the opinionated and prejudiced poseur that you are.

        Let’s see how many “non-issues” get aired in the next GE, shall we?

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        • 9. Helen Ang  |  March 17, 2015 at 12:59 pm

          re: “It seems to me that the ‘militants’ and ‘radicals’ in Islam are doing a perfectly good job of discrediting that religion”

          We’re Malaysia, not Syria or Iraq. Nobody’s been beheaded or shot here by Muslim militants. That you impute militancy and extreme radicalism to our Malay Muslims just shows your own hatred.

          re: “And, if I am ‘tying myself in knots’, I think that you are doing the same by condemning evangelistas, Red Beaners, the DAP and other assorted worthies while steadfastly refusing to extend the same condemnation to Umno and its proxies in the media and cyberspace.”

          Oh, I don’t extend my criticism Umno, you say? Then what have my recent postings about 1MDB and Najib – the Umno president – been all about?

          re: “That is double standards with a breathtaking amount of chutzpah.”

          Mirror.

          re: “And far “from tying myself in knots”, I am taking the opportunity to rebut you as the opinionated and prejudiced poseur that you are.”

          I buy you the mirror. And add a gift of ketayap or tudung for your poseur Occupy Masjid friends.

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          • 10. alwieabdullah  |  March 17, 2015 at 1:31 pm

            Helen,
            bagi seorang pentaksub yang akalnya dikepala lutut…. kemana pun dia pergi, patennya tetap sama….!

            mudah sangat dikenali!

            ED : erectile dysfunction….!

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          • 11. The Rithmatist  |  March 17, 2015 at 3:05 pm

            It took you long enough to jump on the anti-1MDB and anti-Najib wagons, did it not?

            Where were you when the initial misgivings about 1MDB were voiced? By whom at the time, may I ask?

            Were you waiting for Tun Dr M’s “imprimatur” before declaring “open season” on 1MDB, Najib and his wife?

            Talk about discretion being the better part of valour.

            Or waiting to see which way the wind is blowing before nailing your colours to the mast?

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            • 12. Helen Ang  |  March 17, 2015 at 3:13 pm

              re: “Where were you when the initial misgivings about 1MDB were voiced? By whom at the time, may I ask?”

              Elementary, my dear Watson.

              Rafizi and Tony Pua have little credibility. Tun does.

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              • 13. The Rithmatist  |  March 18, 2015 at 6:57 am

                Not really, Kak Sherlock.

                What credibility does Tun have that Rafizi and Tony Pua don’t?

                It seems that you are a believer in “shoot the messenger first”, unless the “messenger” is to your liking.

                That is not being studiously neutral, is it?

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                • 14. Helen Ang  |  March 18, 2015 at 7:01 am

                  The Internet is full of it.

                  Lim Sian See: “Dear Tony Pua, Why do you keep on lying and lying and lying?”

                  rafizi tipu kita hidup2
                  http://www.tranungkite.net/v11/modules.php?name=Forums&file=viewtopic&t=28456

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                  • 15. The Rithmatist  |  March 18, 2015 at 3:47 pm

                    So, who is lying? Rafizi? Tony Pua? Jho Low? The pro-Umno cyber bloggers?

                    Or all of the above?

                    Why not let the rakyat judge in the next GE?

                    Unless you don’t trust them to make the “right” decisions, that is!

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  • 16. Fakin' Fake Calvin  |  March 16, 2015 at 6:33 pm

    Joceline Tan’s column yesterday gave a good analysis over the power vacuum in PKR & by extension PR. Both Nuruls are a long way off before they can command the respect of their own people, not to mention the rakyat in general.

    http://www.thestar.com.my/Opinion/Columnists/Analysis/Profile/Articles/2015/03/15/Political-vacuum-at-the-top-The-campaign-to-free-Datuk-Seri-Anwar-Ibrahim-is-lacking-the-passion-and/

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    • 17. MCA.8481  |  March 16, 2015 at 9:35 pm

      Azmin ali will eat anwar’s children and wife alive. Sit back n watch

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  • 18. abdul rahman noor  |  March 16, 2015 at 7:05 pm

    I hv made n appeal thru this blog that both parties refrain from prolonging d anwar saga. he has been found guilty n let he himself ponder what went wrong while in jail. while d other party has stopped,this nurrul (family) n a few of Anwar’s ardent supporters (including assmin who went 2 London 2 meet tun recently) r still trying their level best 2 convince d public of Anwar’s unfair guilty verdict.

    d detention of nurul 4 her ‘seditious ‘ speech is d result. luckily it was not lks or lge that uttered those words n r detained by d police. it wld hv been condemned wth racist undertones.

    this drama n rubbish will contd 2 b uttered by d family/ opposition until d pardons board decide on d family’s (strange) appeal expeditiously.

    on another note d expose by Sarawak Report n d Edge Newspaper hv given strong indications that this fella tiek jho lo has acted in such a way that has resulted d government of Malaysia parting wth billions of RM. a prominent personality in govt (nothing less than dpm muhyiddin) must take d initiative 2 report him 2 d police so that immediate forensic investigation can begin. if found 2 b guilty than he shld b charged asap. this is in line wth pm najib instruction (wth cabinet approval) that a thorough investigation shld b done on d happenings in 1MDB n no stones shld b left unturned.

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  • 19. mak jemah  |  March 16, 2015 at 9:20 pm

    Buwekkks uwekkksss baca tweet2 bodek membodek tu… nurul izzah pretty n gorgeous? The lamp post in front of my house look better you know!!

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    • 20. The Rithmatist  |  March 17, 2015 at 12:49 pm

      Ooh, somebody forgot her makeup today….lol.

      The cat’s claws are showing….together with the mother of all inferiority complexes.

      Reply
  • 21. beastofburden  |  March 16, 2015 at 11:24 pm

    As usual mentality imbalanced Hannah Yeoh……..Nurul Izzah PM you gotta be kidding

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  • 22. perantaudesa  |  March 17, 2015 at 10:18 am

    Reg
    Sent from my BlackBerry® wireless device via Vodafone-Celcom Mobile.

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  • 23. Junta jinte  |  March 17, 2015 at 3:27 pm

    Kalau NURUL IZZAH jadi PM, Semua orang jadi syaitan, DIA SAHAJA seorang angel………

    Reply

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