Tun is not being personal about Najib

April 7, 2015 at 9:50 pm 41 comments

Barisan Nasional Backbenchers Club chairman Shahrir Abdul Samad yesterday declared the support of the ruling party Parliamentarians for BN chairman Najib Razak as well as accused former premier Dr Mahathir Mohamad of being too personal in the latter’s criticisms of the PM. See ‘Dr M getting too personal‘ (FMT, 6 Apr 2015).

Support was similarly expressed today for Najib’s leadership by the Malaysian Senators Council.

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Senators Council president Abdul Rahim Abdul Rahman – click for FMT story

MCA again today reiterated its full support for Najib, saying the Chinese party refuses to entertain the criticisms that are homing in on the Umno prez like guided missiles. Last fortnight, the BN mosquito parties – MCA together with MIC, Gerakan, PPP, PBS, PRS, PBRS, LDP, SPDP, SUPP and Upko – all vowed to stand behind Najib.

Earlier, a reported 154 Umno division chiefs (out of a total 191 divisions nationwide) also pledged their SO-LI-DA-RI-TI with Najib.

Wow.

So much consternation all around and such disarray arising from the mere blog jottings of an immortal 100-year-old. Mind you, Tun doesn’t even hold any official government position; he is ‘only’ the Proton adviser currently.

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It is Najib’s boys who are personal

Dr Mahathir is not making personal attacks against Najib. It is the other way around – some of the “utter rubbish” that has been spewed and hurled at Tun is below the belt and beyond the pale.

They’re shooting the messenger (character assassination) while totally sidestepping the issues he raised. No satisfactory reply has been forthcoming from the Najib camp except for the personal attacks on Tun. In Dr M’s own words: “Najib cannot even answer and has not answered any question, beyond exercising elegant silence or saying the allegations are not true”.

On the other hand, all kinds of accusations have been trotted out by the macai-macai, including the fancy that Tun wants to pave the way for Mukhriz to become the prime minister. Marina responds to that one in her tweet below:

Apa lagi Tun mahu?

Those who know him have this to say about Tun’s character.

Zamkata beberapa hari lepas (‘Hubungan Mahathir dan Najib di Peringkat Paling Genting‘, 2 Apr 2015): “Saya tahu Mahathir sanggup untuk jadi apapun dan  sedia untuk apapun terjadi kepadanya kerana kepercayaannya”.

Sanusi Junid mengulas (‘Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad‘, 6 Apr 2015): “Tun Dr Mahathir tidak akan peduli apa yang orang kata padanya, atau caci hamun yang dilemparkan kepadanya, dia tetap akan menjalankan ‘pembedahan’ sehingga Umno sembuh semula”.

Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah memberitahu Astro Awani (‘Ku Li sependapat dengan Dr Mahathir, desak perkara sebenar didedahkan‘, 2 Apr 2015): “Beliau mencari jawapan, kebenaran, di sebalik segala yang berlaku. Kini masa yang tepat untuk jawapan sebenar didedahkan, dan kebenarannya daripada semua (isu) ini”.

It looks like nothing – absolutely nothing – will deter the implacable Tun from ferreting out what he feels needs to be exposed, including the latest query he tossed in his Chedet blog this afternoon – “Siapa dianya [Jho Low] yang diberi kepercayaan mengendali wang 1MDB berbillion-billion ringgit milik syarikat Kerajaan?”

Jho Low Paris Hilton

The Penang Phat Boy

It’s nothing personal but burning questions demanding answers

Let’s look at some of Tun’s questions which his critics have deemed to be too personal.

Today (7 Apr 2015):

“Di mana datangnya ratusan million Ringgit untuk membeli bangunan-bangunan dan melabur dalam filem The Wolf of Wall Street oleh Riza Aziz, anak tiri Dato Seri Najib?”

On 15 March 2015:

“Pada mulanya duit Riza Aziz dikatakan warisan harta kekayaan dari keluarga Tun Razak. Kemudian dakwaan ini dinafi. Soalannya jika tidak dari keluarga Tun Razak dari mana datang wang yang banyak ini. Apakah ianya hasil dari perniagaan? Jika ya, apa perniagaan, dimana? Sudahkah cukai pendapatan dibayar? Kepada Kerajaan mana?”

“Pelaburan ratusan juta untuk filem The Wolf of Wall Street oleh Riza Aziz, anak tiri Dato Sri Najib datang dari mana?”

On 2 Apr 2015:

“Kemudian rumah-rumah ini dijual kepada anak tiri Najib dengan harga ratusan juta Ringgit bagi setiap satu kerana kononnya Jho Low telah jumpa rumah yang lebih indah di Hollywood yang harganya lebih tinggi.

“Dari mana datangnya duit beratus juta kepada Riza Aziz tidak dapat dijelas. Keluarga Tun Razak termasuk Najib menafikan duit ini adalah dari keluarga. Pelaburan ratusan juta dalam filem Wolf of Wall Street oleh Riza datang dari mana?”

“Sementara itu, walaupun Kerajaan menghadapi kekurangan wang yang besar dan terpaksa hutang, Dato Sri Najib sebagai Perdana Menteri membeli sebuah lagi pesawat mewah. Umum mengetahui pesawat ACJ319 yang sedia ada diguna bukan sahaja untuk tugas rasmi tetapi sebagai kenderaan peribadi untuk Dato Sri dan Datin Sri.”

Are Tun’s questions above personal attacks on Najib’s family (stepson and wife) or are they valid lines of enquiry?

Tun has explained his stand: “My disagreement is with the leader, not with the party. I criticised the leader, not the party. It is simply because I want to see the party win. It will not win if Najib is the leader”.

Church in Green Lane, Penang

Church in Green Lane, Penang

The church seen in daytime

The church seen in daytime

About the DAP evangelistas

I’ve been a victim too of online smear campaigns accusing me of making personal attacks against Hannah Yeoh and harbouring a hatred of Christianity and Christians.

I challenge anyone to point out where in my blog I’ve ever made any disparaging comments about Jesus Christ or God or the Pope and the Vatican or about the Bible or Christmas, Good Friday and the Easter bunny.

Instead I’ve been very specific in my criticism.

I’ve brought up the fact that the pastors of the City Harvest Church – founded and established by Singaporean missionary Kong Hee in December 1992 as a “society” and registered in October 1993 – are on trial in our neighbouring country for corruption and criminal breach of trust.

The controversial pastors are operating a cult.

Hannah Yeoh on stage at the City Harvest Church, Subang Jaya

Hannah Yeoh on stage at the City Harvest Church, Subang Jaya

Singapore authorities, in the course of their investigation, have revealed vis-a-vis the CBT court case what amounts to money laundering through the church’s Subang Jaya affiliate. Malaysia’s English media – controlled by the Christians – have however chosen to bury this story.

The City Harvest Church has affiliates in the cities and big towns in Malaysia, including two in the Subang Jaya evangelical hub.

DAP Member of Parliament for Stampin, Julian Tan, got married in City Harvest Church. The DAP politicians, their operatives and propaganda apparatchiks are closely networked to the evangelical churches.

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ABOVE: Immediately prior to GE12, DAP Christian politicians had a meeting with the National Evangelical Christian Fellowship. All the DAP evangelistas in the photo would be elected as YBs – (from left) Hannah Yeoh-Subang Jaya, Cheah Wing Yin-Damansara Utama, Teresa Kok-Seputeh & Kinrara, Lim Guan Eng-Bagan & Ayer Puteh and Tony Pua-Petaling Jaya Utara. Seated between them are Malaysiakini columnist KJ John and NECF sec-gen Rev. Wong Kim Kong.

Yeah, throw all the mud and hope some of it sticks

Aside from the allegation that I hate Christianity, I’ve been accused in the same vein of being anti-Christians.

Again I beg the question – there are almost two-and-a-half billion Christians in the world. Now please don’t tell me I’m anti 2,500,000,000 people. There are Filipino Catholic Christians, Russian and Greek Orthodox Christians, Lebanese Maronite Christians and many other denominations around the globe. Do I take issue with them?

Once more, I stress that I’ve been specific. My issue is the control of the upper echelon of the DAP by the Christian politicians with a strong evangelical bent.

DAP is ostensibly a secular party that supports secularism. If so, why is it playing the Religion card? – and in fact, they’re trading in two religious coins (Christianity and Islam).

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DAP’s evangelista MP Serdang Ong Kian Ming stirring an empty pot in the surau

imokman @fendyhasni Insya-Allah.

Ong Kian Ming cut off dicks

It is Hannah Yeoh who has politicized her family

Hannah Yeoh is the 2.0 face of her party and been extensively marketed and enthusiastically promoted by the Nest of Evangelistas – The J-Star editors tweeted 10 times her appointment as Selangor Speaker in the span of 24 hours.

She has a Twitter following that is as large as an American rock star’s. Her timeline of 106,000 twits is more than the circulation of most newspapers in Malaysia.

Given this scenario, is the topic of the Selangor Speaker something “personal” (like a supposed grudge on the part of the blogger) or is she a public figure like Najib and Rosmah or Mahathir and Marina who is constantly in the news?

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Hannah Yeoh on Twitter an appeal to @NajibRazak to allow my child

Malaysiakini‘s Kuek Ser Kuang Keng reported on 9 June 2011:

“Subang Jaya assemblyperson Hannah Yeoh and her husband Ramachandran Muniandy (left), who failed to register their daughter’s race as ‘Anak Malaysia’, clarified today that the final choice of ‘Chinese’ was picked by the National Registration Department (NRD) officer.

“They maintained that neither Chinese nor Indian is inaccurate to define the race of their daughter, Shay Adora Ram.“ ‘Chinese’ was what the system/officer picked. We demanded for ‘Anak Malaysia’,” the couple said in statement to Malaysiakini today.

BELOW: Mr & Mrs Hannah Yeoh blamed the NRD officer for their daughter being listed as a Chinese in her birth cert

The DAP machinery went as far as to campaign in cyberspace so that Hannah Yeoh’s child could be registered as ‘Anak Malaysia’ in the Keturunan box and not as ‘Indian’ or ‘Chinese’.

In his press statement on 9 Jun 2011, sec-gen Lim Guan Eng said, “DAP is proud of both Hannah and Ramachandran for living and practicing DAP’s Malaysian Malaysia and Malaysian First spirit” and at the same time condemned how “clearly BN is so racist”.

Guan Eng said, “Full support for Hannah and Ramachandran’s quest for their child to be simply known as Malaysians”, adding that “forcing Hannah and Ramachandran to choose either Indian or Chinese is repugnant”.

Lim Guan Eng Full Support For Hannah

Dapsters and their super cyber bullying

If Hannah’s child and husband are fuelling the Race debate in the blogs, is it because bloggers are being “personal” or is it because the evangelista preacher has herself chosen to make political capital of her own family?

It is really the Dapsters who are making personal attacks against me and concocting nasty stories about me out of thin air because they are unable to counter facts, data and my rational arguments.

I’ve been accused of having some kind of tiff in the past with the DAP and hence my present negative views of the party. That’s a lie. I’ve no connection whatsoever with the DAP except voting for them in 2004 and 2008. I’ve never even been a member of any political party, ever.

A whole lot of the 47 percent electorate who voted BN in the last election do not like the DAP either. Are all of them having grudges against the party or dissatisfied due to some personal reason or other?

Malays dislike the DAP. Some Indians too and some of the Sabah Sarawak natives are rightly suspicious of the party. It’s actually racist of the Dapsters to claim that it is “unnatural” for a Chinese (me) to refuse to support the DAP.

Another allegation is that I’ve some kind of grudge against The Star from my past employment in the newspaper. Again this is plainly a piece of fitnah that is fabricated by the evangelistas unable to deflect or obscure the EvangeliSTAR‘s Gunting-dalam-Lipatan backstabbing.

Lots of Chinese are always slamming and bashing Utusan. They clamour for the paper to be banned and for Awang Selamat to be arrested for sedition. Just because they’re derogatory of the Umno Malay paper, are they going to be accused as well of having some personal agenda or past association with Utusan and its editors?

FYI, I left The Star more than a dozen years ago.

ramachandran_m lowclass TheStar and MCA

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Twitter hannahyeoh Hubby & I both preaching in 2013-01-03 18-10-28

Valid concerns about Hannah and the evangelical Christianity of the DAP

My blogging is issues oriented. It just so happens that Hannah Yeoh is the face and locus of the politics of hate.

It’s undeniable that before the advent of evangelism in the DAP, our country did not suffer this kind of religious (essentially Christian-Muslim) conflict.

Perkasa was established in the aftermath of GE12 and the DAP’s New Politics. The Malay right wingers are a backlash to the Anak Bangsa Malaysia paradigm that swept the DAP’s young – mostly Christian – politicians into office as Yang Berhormats. Hannah is at the vanguard of that SABM tidal wave.

Likewise Isma only rose to prominence in the last couple of years. Their pronounced Islamic fundamentalism is a reaction to the Christian triumphalism that characterizes the DAP. This religious supremism of the DAP was never a feature of the MCA and hence the lack of Christian-Muslim tensions previously when MCA had more seats than the DAP.

Whether I continue to blog or not (today is just a brief comeback), we can’t get away from the pivotal role played by the evangelistas who are a major factor in our political development. Granted they are a numerical minority but nonetheless they’re loud, aggressive and powerful.

My lying critics are not only malicious to spin that the content of my blog is based on personal grudges but more seriously and dangerously, they are deluding themselves and deceiving the opposition sheeple.

Hannah Dont say I am Muslim

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41 Comments Add your own

  • 1. orangkampung  |  April 7, 2015 at 10:32 pm

    It’s difficult to stay away and be silent when politics seems to be the order of the day, isn’t it? But this TDM vs Najib issue is important. TDM gave the administration quite sometime to get organized and answer his queries. His last posting on 1MDB was mid-March, before that early Feb. So he got tired of waiting for answers and he probably heard a lot of grouses over GST.

    And I’m with TDM on this. We need answers. Like I said before, I do not think that the 1MDB situation is as severe as published but they have to come clean and not just say “All is well, nah seposen pegi main jauh-jauh”. You cant treat the rakyat like they are idiots who can be mollified and sweetened by candies.

    And just this once I agree with KJ –
    http://zamkata.blogspot.com/2015/04/suara-berani-khairy-jamaluddin-ketua.html

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    • 2. Helen Ang  |  April 7, 2015 at 10:39 pm

      re: “It’s difficult to stay away and be silent when politics seems to be the order of the day, isn’t it?”

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  • 3. mekyam  |  April 8, 2015 at 12:54 am

    first, seeing the alert in my email that you have a new post just made my morning. :)

    second, am with you that TDM was not being personal at all. to me he just enumerated the questions everyone has been asking. if anything, seeing the questions simply put in one place like this shd make it easier PM and his team to prepare their answers.

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    • 4. Helen Ang  |  April 8, 2015 at 2:20 am

      Thanks.

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  • 5. g  |  April 8, 2015 at 5:50 am

    It’s true Helen, anyone who is a Chinese that criticizes or dislike them are branded traitors. But isn’t this a form of racism? i.e blindly supporting your own race.

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    • 6. islam1st  |  April 9, 2015 at 12:09 am

      ‘blindly supporting your own race’

      Of course you would know, wouldn’t you?!

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      • 7. g  |  April 9, 2015 at 8:15 am

        All too well

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  • 8. grkumar  |  April 8, 2015 at 5:56 am

    Its virtually impossible in politics (especially politics that’s often personalized) not to get personal. The current government is referred to as Najib’s government (and often that of Rosmah’s too).

    Reference to a previous period in Malaysia’s recent post independence history is referred to as the Mahathir era. Decisions and milestones are often credited to the Tun or identified with him personally either in the pejorative or in complimentary terms.

    As Malaysia stands at the cross roads of its contemporary history having closed the door on the destructive divisive Anwar Ibrahim episode (and by the way thats the Anwar Ibrahim episode and it is personal) we continue to be besieged by a number of issues either attributed to poor decision making or to bad press. But its personal.

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    • 9. mekyam  |  April 10, 2015 at 12:42 am

      exactly!

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  • 10. Kung  |  April 8, 2015 at 8:06 am

    re: “MCA again today reiterated its full support for Najib, saying the Chinese party refuses to entertain the criticisms that are homing in on the Umno prez like guided missiles.”

    In the tumultuous state of affairs, the Chinese chiefs must recall the Confucian counsel on the rights and responsibilities of the ruler who holds the mandate over the people :

    The philosopher Zheng said, “I daily examine myself on three points: (1) whether, in transacting business for others, I may have been unfaithful;
    (2) whether, in relations with friends, I may have been insincere;
    (3) whether I may have not mastered and practiced the instructions of my teacher.”

    {Confucius: The Analects, 500 B.C.}

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  • 11. jentayu  |  April 8, 2015 at 8:23 am

    unfortunately, new voters answers everything on personal term. their hatred for umno and bn is too personal which is why we have asal bukan umno, barang naik, babi Negara, umngok etc. so I say we don’t have to reason out with them about this. these pakatan worshippers is beyond saviour. most of the time, they just need an avenue to spew their hatred. like a dog who need time to lick their balls.

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    • 12. islam1st  |  April 9, 2015 at 12:14 am

      ‘these pakatan worshippers is beyond saviour. most of the time, they just need an avenue to spew their hatred’

      Betul tu, jentayu, tengok ni…

      ‘Pertubuhan Solidariti Anak Muda Malaysia (SAMM) hari ini melancarkan satu siri laporan polis terhadap mantan Perdana Menteri, Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamed atas dakwaan menghasut.

      Antara cawangan SAMM yang telah berbuat demikian termasuk Pahang, Selangor dan Pulau Pinang. SAMM Pahang dan SAMM Selangor telah membuat laporan polis pada pagi manakala SAMM Pulau Pinang membuat laporan polisnya pada petang ini.

      Read more at: http://www.astroawani.com/berita-malaysia/samm-lancar-siri-laporan-polis-seluruh-negara-terhadap-tun-m-57372?cp

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  • 13. Dandy  |  April 8, 2015 at 9:58 am

    Mamakutty is no Brutus level of threachery and power. He definitely is Kingmaker equivalent to the Indian Kings of Kerala.

    Anwar and family who poses the biggest threat to Mamakutty’s dinasty lineage is finished with the father incarcerated in jail for at least 5 years. By then Mamakutty will have a free hand to continue his dynasty building to see his son installed as PM.

    Poor Dollah who fell so easily to his threats and machinations. Mamakutty must have played the Chinese lineage he has to all the warlords to overthrow him under the guise of Melayu tak tulen. As for the blur rakyat, it is a story about sleeping beauty and his son-in-law being the beast. Beast being beast is now being tamed by the Kingmaker to become another Brutus.

    Now, with Anwar out of his way, his guns are now pointed at poor anak bangsawan keturunan Bugis Najib pink lips. Now the Minangkabaus queens are also targeted.

    While the deputy ponder on becoming Brutus, even his joy will be short lived cos he knows his reign will be short lived before the Mamakutty slay him also with another Brutus.

    Mamakutty way is to slay all those until his son become PM. He knows meeting his maker won’t be long and so long as he lives, his calculative, cunning machinations in playing Kingmaker will forever go on and on and on.

    So when will Najib get the POTA ready to be used? The Minangkabaus with their costumed long sharp horns are getting impatient day by day when their aims of wealth, glory and greed are insiatiable.

    The End always justifies the means.

    And blogang (Bloggers yang Bangang) will have to choose in this battle of “Either you are with me, or you are with them”.

    In politics, it is just like the animal kingdom of survival of the fittest. The strongest wins and the rest of the herd will cowed in fear.

    What a life.

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    • 14. PerkasaShite  |  April 8, 2015 at 5:18 pm

      you are wrong. mamak will live until 500 years old. hahahah. We have failed as a nation. Death penalty is would not be enough, he needs to be put into a dungeon deep below putrajaya. HA can join him thereafter.

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    • 15. tebing tinggi  |  April 8, 2015 at 5:36 pm

      Dandy,

      An’t you, being personal ?.

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    • 16. roslan bin othman  |  April 8, 2015 at 11:18 pm

      Hoi Danny , kamu ni masih tidur ka atau nak mampos ka kalau bodoh pergi la baca sikit , tolong baca latarbelakang Tun M di Museum beliau atau mana mana simpanan sejarah beliau yang mudah didapati , jangan sedap mamak kutty macam mulut sial , yang 99% mamakkutty adalah anuar ibrahim ini terbukti daripada DNA dia dalam perbicaraan kes sodomi 2 . Dan Tun tiada langsung darah keturunan karala , atau Tamil macam anuar.

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    • 17. islam1st  |  April 9, 2015 at 12:18 am

      ‘In politics, it is just like the animal kingdom of survival of the fittest’

      Cerita Babi lagi! Kau ni tak habis2 asyik bawa cerita babi ni apa kejadah?

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  • 18. Rania  |  April 8, 2015 at 9:58 am

    Yay! Kak Hannah is back! been missing you!

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  • 19. Rania  |  April 8, 2015 at 9:59 am

    Sorry, Kak Helen. :P

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  • 20. sirimuda  |  April 8, 2015 at 10:26 am

    Terms personal DSN refused to publicise his own agenda compared to anak Malaysia brim so on so forth so the gov backbenchers too and the rest can be termed refuses to be drag in DSN turmoil that’s all can be said sokong bawa rebah

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  • 21. amir yusof  |  April 8, 2015 at 11:56 am

    DS Najib is suffering from the “illusion of grandeur ” ?

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    • 22. shamshul anuar  |  April 8, 2015 at 1:40 pm

      Amir,

      Tun was our former PM. He is not that well liked. But he is respected for being firm, merciful and willingness to resign at his peak. That qualities are a rare pedigree in politician circles.

      My best advice to Najib or any UMNO leaders is for them to make sure Tun is on their side. Never mind if you do not agree with Tun or vice versa. The worst thing is to wage war against Tun. It will be a costly affair. Everybody knows that UMNO lost Kedah because someone bashing Tun.

      Tun posed valid questions. The truth is that Najib is not popular among Umno or Malays. But no change can be done if Muhyiddin does not send a signal that he is not against change. Just like previous PM removed when Najib showed willingness to take over.

      UMNO is plain lucky. Had not for faces like Mohd Hassan, Mukhriz, Dr Zamri, Azalina, Ehsanuddin and Azzee Rahim, UMNO will likely to lose Malay voters. Besides, majority of Malays despite being viewed as “bangang” knows voting PR is tantamount to voting Yahudi. In easy language UMNO won by default. The other competitors(PAS) is too busy kowtowing to DAP.

      And whether true or not, Datin Rosmah is hated. Najib must do soul searching. Why on earth people spare Datin Hasmah or Endon but vilifiy Rosmah. many of accusations are mere slanders.

      But why Rosmah is slandered. maybe it has to do with her weakness of being too “glaring”.

      Meaning literally speaking, can some one advises he to walk 2 steps behind Najib.

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      • 23. Helen Ang  |  April 8, 2015 at 2:34 pm

        re: “The worst thing is to wage war against Tun.”

        Isn’t it Tun that is waging war against Najib?

        re: “The truth is that Najib is not popular among Umno or Malays.”

        If that is the case, then Umno-BN won GE13 on the PUSH factor, i.e. pro-establishment Malay voters fear of the DAP coming to power and not b’cos of any PULL factor (kagum dan begitu teruja dengan keperibadian and kepimpinan Najib).

        If so (you say, Najib not popular among Malays), then Najib remaining still unpopular – anyway, he was never popular among Malays to begin with – or even becoming more unpopular in future wouldn’t make any difference in the next one, GE14, b’cos there’s no electoral ground that he can further cede/lose.

        After all, the 47 percent still voted Umno-BN anyway despite not being impressed with him. If they remain in fear of the DAP and its evangelical Christians, then the Malay vote will still go to Umno-BN by default in spite of Najib’s unpopularity. What do you think?

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        • 24. shamshul anuar  |  April 8, 2015 at 5:09 pm

          Helen,

          Tun criticizes Najib. I too believe that Najib refuses to see that his way of dealing with problems( such as ignoring insult) is bringing problem to him, UMNO. Najib may not want to accept reality that his wife image is not that good to UMNO.

          Tun posed some valid questions. Please answer them.

          Najib is unpopular among Malays. But majority of Malays voted UMNO in in last election. Despite knowing that chinese including MCA ,members rejected UMNO, Najib still find time to appoint MCA into Cabinet. It irritates the Malays.

          I am worries that malays out of anger to Najib will punish UMNO. I told my friends that aside for Prophet Muhammad SAW, malays can reject any Malay based party if they feel the party abandon them.
          .

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    • 25. Silversnow  |  April 9, 2015 at 3:22 pm

      Mr Amir
      I think his wife have shown us some of the said mental problem characteristics.

      ‘delusional disorder, grandiose subtype’ DSM-IV 297.1. Delusions of grandeur are characterised as ‘delusions of inflated worth, power, knowledge, identity, or special relationship to a deity or famous person’

      Segen’s Medical Dictionary. © 2012 Farlex

      Bling Bling Bag during the JJ funeral whoaaa..

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  • 26. Can see clearly now  |  April 8, 2015 at 10:10 pm

    Hv u ever see any DAP leaders entering Chinese temples?

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  • 29. grkumar  |  April 9, 2015 at 12:23 pm

    The immaturity of this debate is sadly a reflection of a generation of Malaysians who are unable to define racism, democracy or basic fundamental rights.

    Tun Mahathir is entitled as any citizen is to speak his mind out on any issue right or wrong. Right and wrong are after all except where the law is concerned, matters of perception and values.

    Datuk Seri Najib cannot expect to be free of criticism even if that criticism emanates from within the UMNO flock. Especially if it emenates from within UMNO and the Barisan.

    What would politics be if it were to consist of “Yes minister” all; the time? Datuk Seri Najib if he is indeed annoyed by the Tuns criticisms (which I don’t think he is paying too much attention to) should have shoulders broad enough to tolerate some dissent within government and the party and from an old pillar of the nation. If not well……fill in the blanks.

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  • 30. Junta jinte  |  April 9, 2015 at 12:35 pm

    orang yang CAKAP elegant silence juga CAKAP SURUH KURANG ajar…….

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  • 31. ED  |  April 9, 2015 at 4:12 pm

    Ms H. The stormtroopers of the Singaporean Trojan Horse DAP used to wear 555 singlets over their mahogany skin. Now, the classic swallows, ducks, tycoons, journalists, academics etc are employed a’ la Mossad, CIA, M16, KGB, Sg Secret Service etc.

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    • 32. Chris  |  April 9, 2015 at 9:09 pm

      Lim Kit Siang is fixated on saluting the Maoist Chin Peng’s role in the anti-Japanese campaigns of WWII but his armed struggle against the British administration and his terrorizing of Malayan civilians have never contributed to the peaceful democratic evolution of Malaysia.

      https://jebatmustdie.wordpress.com/2010/09/22/what-is-lim-kit-siangs-excuse-when-lee-kuan-yew-lambasted-daps-style-of-politics/

      The Chinese people must realize – the sooner the better – that Mao Tse Tung was a political monster who killed something like 50 million of his own people in his failed economic reforms and devious cultural revolution progroms. Summarily, Mao Tse Tung was a Chinese aberration of humanity together with the likes of Hitler and Stalin.

      http://www.heritage.org/research/commentary/2010/02/the-legacy-of-mao-zedong-is-mass-murder

      The DAP and Lim Kit Siang must be seen for what they are, namely powerful politicians who utilize emotion-laden appeals towards “Chinese language and culture” to manipulate Chinese Malaysians against the conservative law and order of this largely beneficent government. And they have a powerful ally in the prosperous followers of the global Prosperity Christianity movement that pledges allegiance to war-faring Zionist Israel.

      It is too bad that Najib and the current administration have little to offer in terms of political wisdom and administrative capability; and unfortunate that Malaysia’s congenial multi-cultural coexistence since the days of Merdeka, has been strained in the last few decades by Islamist political pretensions claiming to represent Malay aspirations – which directly challenges authentic traditional Malay religion and cultural identity.

      Hence, the three radical ideologies – Maoism, Zionism and Islamism – establish themselves as political impediments to, and societal corruptions of Malaysian democracy.

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  • 34. Mulan of Malaysia  |  April 9, 2015 at 4:32 pm

    “Aside from the allegation that I hate Christianity, I’ve been accused in the same vein of being anti-Christians. Again I beg the question – there are almost two-and-a-half billion Christians in the world. Now please don’t tell me I’m anti 2,500,000,000 people. ”

    Another thing. Christians also include Bumiputera Christians in Sabah and Sarawak or even Portuguese Malaysians. I don’t see they being terasa of what Kak Helen wrote. Strange isn’t it. Isn’t Sarawak the state with the most Christians? If Kak Helen is anti Christian, then this blog will be bombarded with hate comments from our Sabah and Sarawak friends.

    In fact Christians like me would bombard her…. right?

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  • 35. Mulan of Malaysia  |  April 9, 2015 at 4:41 pm

    What is the point of apologizing?
    http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/sideviews/article/absent-pakatan-mps-must-apologise-jason-kay

    “I am very angry with the MPs who were absent. I am very angry with your lack of discipline.

    Let me put it plainly. An MP is member of Parliament. His job is to attend Parliament when it sits and debate bills before they become law.

    MPs are the filter before bills become law. If MPs do not attend Parliament when it is in session, it is called “being absent” or “ponteng”.

    The normal course of action in other countries for misconduct is RESIGN.

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    • 36. islam1st  |  April 9, 2015 at 10:40 pm

      Yes, Mulan these people terjerit sana, terjerit sini, melalak sana sini meroyan hari2, candle light vigil la, kita lawan la, tup2 bila push come to shove, depa lesap?!

      Kui3x!

      Jangan banyak takmau, kalau dah gagal jalankan tanggungjawab tak buat, jangan nak melalak tak puas hati undang-undang yang ada, hampa boleh halang, apa pasal tak halang??

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    • 37. orangkampung  |  April 10, 2015 at 8:53 am

      Mulan,
      The nature of this people is “tin kosong”.
      They just love the sound of their voices, the won’t shut up. It’s like the Allah issue. The won’t try to change the legislation in Selangor even if they are the majority there. They push and push on financial issues but when it’s time for debate on the said issues they are not in the House. So why are the gullible Pakatan supporters surprised that they are absent from the POTA debate?

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  • 38. Fakin' Fake Calvin  |  April 9, 2015 at 7:59 pm

    Good to have you back.

    I chanced upon a copy of Being Hannah at a dentist’s office a couple of days back. So I flipped through as I was about 20 mins early for my appointment.

    I read 1 chapter in detail. It was regarding Ram. Here are some interesting info about their relationship prior to marrying:

    – they met in church & they didn’t date per se until about 6 months later
    – Hannah was told that she’s going to get a proposal from a “good man” in June 07
    – She was told of that revelation by a pastor friend of hers when they were having dinner & the person had “sudden urge” to pray
    – She went to Australia for a friend’s wedding when Ram told her to pray to God to guide her on her next path in life
    – When she returned Ram picked her up & asked her to marry him despite not dating saying it was planned by God
    – She only said yes 10 days later
    – January the following year they were married
    – She said it was all planned by God & she fell in love with him.only after he asked her to marry her

    Is it just me or am I just being cynical to feel like the story is too well rounded & planned in order to potray God’s guiding hands in her life? I put the book down after that unable to go on as I was disgusted by how low she can be to manipulate religion to somehow potray herself as a modern day Joan of Arc or someone similar.

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