Big Cat: “It is a time where chaos will rule”

July 2, 2015 at 12:42 pm 52 comments

“… now they are moving towards creating greater public distrust and disgust at everything that was built by the BN government and the Bumiputra agenda.

“Politically speaking, the Peninsular Malays as a whole have completely lost their collective political power, it is the Sabah and Sarawak Bumiputra that continue to determine whether the Bumiputra will continue to hold on to govern the country.” – Tinsel @ the Big Cat blog

BELOW: Hannah Yeoh accuses the BTN of being “destructive” and “divisive”

FireShot Screen Capture #997 - 'Hannah Yeoh_ BTN is destructive

Tinsel cautions,

“What amazes me is how easily people are being manipulated to further weaken our own socio-political situation.

“It is very disheartening to see my people being manipulated to a point where we have lost sight of the big picture …”, read more @ http://bigcatrambleon.blogspot.com/2015/07/towards-total-collapse.html


Helen’s reminder and warning about the evangelista arch manipulators

Always remember this

Hannah Yeoh Ugly Pendatang

Pompuan ni dijauhkan hidayah Allah daripadanya meskipun sudah tujuh tahun naik turun masjid berpura-pura mendekati Islam.

Bah Hannah Yeoh pernah mengugut, “siapa yang mendakwanya sedemikian [mualaf], beliau akan membuat laporan polis berhubung dakwaan tidak berasas”.

Hannah Dont say I am Muslim

Penyamar yang tidak ada sekelumit keikhlasan pun di sebalik ketrampilan palsu Muslimahnya


PAS supporters of Hannah ‘Munafiq’ Yeoh, pls take note

Tinsel made the following observation in general but I believe it is appropriate to be directed at the poseur yang mencemar kesucian masjid dalam usahanya memancing undi Melayu.

“Just a note to those who practice ‘The End Justifies The Means’, the Almighty determines ‘The End’, we should think how we will be judged by ‘The Means’ that we employ to achieve ‘The End’ that we wanted.”


BELOW: The mosque as a venue for photo op by Mama Dapster Hannah

HannahMasjidModel

Allah’s grace is withheld from Hannah Yeoh – She is unable to see the beauty of Islam enough to convert

Putrajaya constantly on defensive, evangelistas in attack mode

“Once that distrust and disgust has been firmly established, the connection between him [Najib Razak], his ethnicity and the establishment means the present administration is continuously on defensive mode as they make their attack from one establishment to another.

“Now every issue raised against the establishment is immediately perceived by the public as true and the demands are made for explanations, even though hardly anyone actually believed the explanations given.” – Tinsel

Helen’s comment: Previously the Malays felt beseiged when their race was blitzkrieged as racist, bigoted and extremist and not to mention “spewing” hate. Today it is the Malay establishment that is under siege.

BELOW: Papa Dapster Guan Eng’s tweet demonizing The Other

Penang rejects racists extremists

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  • 1. Mulan Malaysia  |  July 2, 2015 at 2:32 pm

    HY now goes on Singapore TV about the dress thing and her selendang stunt.

    http://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/asiapacific/concerns-of-rising/1951292.html?cid=twtcna

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  • 2. shamshul anuar  |  July 2, 2015 at 4:32 pm

    Helen,

    There is a beautiful saying “at times decisions are made, destiny is shaped”.

    And it is so relevant to the Malays. For reason known just to them only , they “FEEL” so appreciative if one non Malay politician hand each of them over a box of dates during festive season. But they will
    give sarcastics remark if Najib distributes dates to them.

    I remember one incident that took plce in Ampang 2 years ago, few months away from PRU13. PR politicians among them ADUN Sekinchan, Lembah Jaya, Azmin, Zuraida came to Bdr baru Ampang to give talks( or rather lecturing Ampang folks) on current issues(meaning slandering BN, UMNO).

    ADUN Sekinchan is from DAP. He opened his lecture by saying one sentence in Javanese dialect. The PAS supporters in kopiah putihs shouted “allah akbar”. THEY WERE SO MOVED by one sentence in Javanese dialect.

    The ADUN went on blasting BN left, right and centre as if BN is a despotic regime that inflict cruelty to Malaysia.

    WHAT HAPPENS in mosques and suraus reflect Malay mentality. It shows inability to sieve through husk from rice. It shows inabiltiy to determine which is glass and which is priceless diamond.

    It shows that that rationality is thrown away. So if Malays lose their only bargaining power, which is political supremacy, they ahve themselves to blame.

    DAP will thrive on ignorance, fanaticm, stupidity. IT is inciting the Malays to go against the only political party that in standing on DAP’s way. No prize for guessing the name of the party.

    Yet when some concern Malays remind the Malays the danger of sleeping with racist DAP , these Malays are termed as “macai UMNO”.

    So when Malays lose their political supremacy(meaning if UMNO loses the election), they deserve the “padan muka” statement.

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    • 3. Helen Ang  |  July 2, 2015 at 5:14 pm

      re: “Yet when some concern Malays remind the Malays the danger of sleeping with racist DAP , these Malays are termed as ‘macai UMNO’.”

      When I reminded about the threat posed by evangelista, the PAS operatives also called me names.

      But never mind, they and their ulamas have been taught a painful life lesson. Awal-awal orang dah pesan, dema tak nak endah.

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      • 4. shamshul anuar  |  July 2, 2015 at 8:22 pm

        Helen,

        As goes the saying , “the truth is painful”.

        PAS now realises the stupidity of allianc.e with DAP. PAS share of malay votes in last election decreases. Initially, “tok tok lebai” within PAS tried to ignore the reality.

        Now I believe they have come to accepting the truth that DAP is a monster

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        • 5. Helen Ang  |  July 2, 2015 at 8:24 pm

          re: “Now I believe they have come to accepting the truth that DAP is a monster”

          And do they also realise that the evangelistas are dajjal?

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          • 6. shamshul anuar  |  July 2, 2015 at 10:59 pm

            Helen,

            They do. But the thing with PAS is that they are preoccupied with mind boggling hatred towards UMNO.

            Their hatred towards UMNO is far greater than their distrust to DAP. For that reason alone they are willing to endure daily insult from Communist DAP.

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            • 7. Helen Ang  |  July 2, 2015 at 11:06 pm

              re: “they are willing to endure daily insult from Communist DAP”

              EVANGELIST DAP

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            • 8. Keris  |  July 2, 2015 at 11:52 pm

              This mind-boggling hatred for the generality of Muslims is the characteristic mark of “Takfiri” Islamists as expressed pointedly in the Amanat Hadi Awang. Chauvinistic hatred for another human being is nothing further from the reality of the Messenger of Allah who was sent as Merciful Blessings for the entire universe.

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              • 9. Abdullah  |  July 3, 2015 at 8:54 am

                Prophet Muhammad s.a.w. warned us strongly against practicing “takfir” (accusing others of heresy or disbelief) against others:

                “Abu Zarr reported that the Holy Prophet said: “No man accuses another man of being a sinner, or of being a kafir, but it reflects back on him if the other is not as he called him.”
                (Bukhari, Book of Ethics; Book 78, ch. 44)

                “Withhold [your tongues] from those who say ‘There is no god but Allah’ – do not call them kafir. Whoever accuses a reciter of ‘There is no god but Allah’ of being a kafir, is nearer to being a kafir himself.” (Tabarani, reported from Ibn Umar)

                It is written about Imam Abu Hanifa, the founder of the Hanafi school of Islamic law, which has more followers than any other school in Islam: “He never called anyone a kafir from among the people of the Qibla.” (Sharh Mawaqif)

                Abdullah Yusuf Ali’s commentary:
                “Kufr”, “Kafara”, “Kafir”, and derivative forms of the word, imply a deliberate rejection of Faith – as opposed to a mistaken idea of Allah or faith – that is not consistent with an earnest desire to see the truth. Wherever there is such desire, the Grace and Mercy of Allah gives guidance. But that guidance is not efficacious when it is deliberately rejected, and the possibility of rejection follows from the grant of free will. The consequence of the rejection is that spiritual faculties become dead or impervious to better influences.

                Bismillahir Rahmanir Rahim

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    • 10. RINA  |  July 3, 2015 at 2:15 am

      …non Malay politician hand each of them over a box of dates during festive season….

      CNY they monopolise Mandarin oranges.

      Sekarang dok test market how to gain monopoly of ‘kurma’ market, best by giving free samples kat pasar Ramadan la..

      These days my family, friends and I we scrutinize before buying the Kurmas. Also post to WA groups to get feedbacks. Just cannot trust these people since DAP started giving away free Kurma. Takut ade Najis..

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  • 11. Jade Emperor  |  July 2, 2015 at 6:21 pm

    “Just a note to those who practice ‘The End Justifies The Means’, the Almighty determines ‘The End’, we should think how we will be judged by ‘The Means’ that we employ to achieve ‘The End’ that we wanted.”

    The Malay soul has been deceived by the political Islamist and their means to their own ends. Chinese are mostly materialistic and meekly follow the DAP triumphalism which is shallow political expedience. All must come back to the path of self-realization.

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    • 12. The Dictator  |  July 3, 2015 at 10:06 am

      When the mind is empty the devil is very happy. l o l

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  • 13. orangkampung  |  July 6, 2015 at 12:28 am

    Interesting development, this – http://blog.limkitsiang.com/2015/07/05/progresive-mps-to-meet-in-parliament-on-tuesday-on-qua-vadis-malaysia-with-a-prime-minister-accused-of-embezzlement-not-only-by-wall-street-journal-but-by-government-probe/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+limkitsiang%2Frss+%28Lim+Kit+Siang%29
    (It’s LKS trademark, the really long title: the longer the title the more you confuse people)

    What I find interesting is the use of the Latin phrase “Quo vadis” which Wikipedia states is a Latin phrase meaning “where are you going?” and that the modern usage of the phrase refers to a Christian tradition regarding Saint Peter. The Dap may play down their evangelical leanings, but their colours come out every now and then.

    And what an opportunity that has been handed to them. They can now resurrect their 9/16 dreams.

    H, I’m glad you’re keeping the site going despite being on mogok. Thanks for providing the forum.

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    • 14. Helen Ang  |  July 6, 2015 at 12:44 am

      Using the freed time to catch up on housework.

      I’m not just saying this, i.e. about the DAP grab for power. I’m really afraid it may happen. And you’re right about LKS. He’s just a kiasu opportunist.

      The WSJ news has been utterly depressing. We – those of us who believe that the DAP evangelical Christians are a menace – are fighting in the trenches to gain ground inch by inch and at the risk of being mocked for being kolot and so yesterday with sticking to Religion (and Race) issues.

      And then WSJ happens, allowing the DAP Super CyberBully to gloat – see below, @hannahyeoh is on a roll.

      And she retweeted her fellow evangelista Yeoh (Tricia, not Bee Yin),

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  • 15. Indian  |  July 6, 2015 at 10:16 am

    Helen, you predicted sometime ago that Penang could be the flashpoint for a repeat of past racial chaos.

    You think the flashpoint has now moved further south?

    http://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/nation/2015/07/06/umno-supporters-and-dap-leaders-clash-at-johor-event/

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    • 16. Helen Ang  |  July 6, 2015 at 10:35 am

      I predicted Penang to be the flashpoint because it’s Dapster Central (along with Jerusubang), and the CM is a streetfighter.

      Plus Penang has a high ratio of mamaks, and incidents in the past – Umno members (mamaks) stomping and tearing up Koh Tsu Koon’s official portrait, mamaks descending on Komtar to present LGE the “shit” cake, Umno members and mamaks in unruly demos in George Town, Umno members (mamaks) protesting in Machang Bubuk over the Najib-kangkung insult and making racial threats – all point to the mamaks being volatile.

      This conflict/tension is compounded in Penang because the Malay and Chinese population are about equal.

      As for Johor, it’s my belief that a lot of it is sparked by the abrasive (first time in) Gelang Patah DAP Member of Parliament. Kit Siang is a political thug. Like father, like son – the Dapster family and not forgetting Mama the Super Cyberbully.

      DAP is focusing on three states for GE14 – Sarawak, Sabah & Johor in which to make further inroads. Since DAP has been beating the war drums announcing their intention to conquer Johor, it’s no surprise that the Umno Malays are antsy.

      I’ve been reading the online comments by the Chinese on the LKS incident yesterday. While it’s true that the gatecrashers behaved like hooligans, the ABU-ABU-ABU response nonetheless hating on Malays is beyond belligerent.

      Such a display of hostility by the Chinese netizens is only going to perpetuate the tit-for-tat cycle past a point where it can be contained and restricted to mere “sticks and stones” – words – in cyberspace. It is likely to spill over into physical violence.

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  • 17. Orangkampung  |  July 6, 2015 at 10:45 am

    Ms Rolly Polly on a roll having fun poking at Umno. Not surprising. That’s a lot of tweets over a short period. Dia tak ada kerja lainke?

    Mengejutkan, she’s not ranting about LKS kena halau dengan penyapu. It’s the perfect opportunity to use her favourite word “racist”.

    The WSJ article is a sickening development in an already depressing political/economical environment. I hope none from the BN side will join the 7/7 quo vadis thingy. But if one rep. from MCA attend, then I hope that would finally knock the fact that MCA is not a friend to Umno on the collective heads of the Umno leadership.

    I can see LKS and company pushing for a disolution and a new election. So i hope the clueless Umno will take this 7/7 move seriously.

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    • 18. Helen Ang  |  July 6, 2015 at 11:11 am

      re: “Ms Rolly Polly on a roll having fun poking at Umno. Not surprising.”

      Not at all. As I’ve mentioned before, the “DAP Super CyberBully” tag was given to her by MCA Beliawanis in 2010. It’s clear that Madame hasn’t UBAH one bit insofar as her essential bullying nature is concerned – we can see this whether through her direct snides or via retweeting her evangelista sidekicks like @MengoYee (the twit above).

      re: “That’s a lot of tweets over a short period. Dia tak ada kerja lain ke?”

      It’s her ultra kiasuness on display. The self-imposed self-restraint over the past months to jaga her Puan Speaker image must have taken its toll on her. Now with this, she’s letting it all hang out … for a brief moment, @hannahyeoh is savouring the freedom to be her real, true bullying self.

      re: “Mengejutkan, she’s not ranting about LKS kena halau dengan penyapu. It’s the perfect opportunity to use her favourite word ‘racist’.”

      Ya lor. Sia-sia jer Grandpapa dok mentor dia. Protege yang tak kenang budi.

      re: “The WSJ article is a sickening development in an already depressing political/economical environment.”

      Devastating and demoralizing. Before the blockbuster story, I had thought that Najib would be able to prevail over his critics, incl. Tun, and however that bruised and battered and bloodied, it was still going to be Najib leading BN into battle for GE14.

      Now … it’s like we’re lurching from day to day and just banking on hope that BN scrapes through this self-created internally sparked crisis. Tun marahkan nyamuk bakar kelambu.

      And then there are the Umno-DAP conflict like in Johor but if we ulas on the tensions as an ethnic matter, we get accused of being fear-mongers wanting to incite another May 13 or at the least, spreading “hate speech”.

      Suaram buat tak tahu the torrent of hate “spewed” by the Dapster evangelistas on a daily basis but elects to only single out Perkasa and Isma to be demonized.

      re: “I hope none from the BN side will join the 7/7 quo vadis thingy. But if one rep. from MCA attend, then I hope that would finally knock the fact that MCA is not a friend to Umno on the collective heads of the Umno leadership.”

      Watch MIC’s Palanivel too. The other day he blamed Najib for his (Indian) party’s problems. Duh?

      Already the MCA Youth chief kenakan Najib over 1MDB immediately following the WSJ story.

      re: “I can see LKS and company pushing for a disolution and a new election. So i hope the clueless Umno will take this 7/7 move seriously.”

      Clueless Umno is unaware and unappreciative of Isma taking up the cudgels and fighting what should by right be Umno’s battles. Continue with this cluelessness and be prepared to be sent into oblivion by the most clued-in, chameleon opposition party (no need to mention which one that is).

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      • 19. Orangkampung  |  July 6, 2015 at 5:33 pm

        What’s really disgusting is that these Umno leaders actually think that they were voted in because people like them or they think they were doing a good job before. They failed to realise they were voted in by default.

        Their constituents did not want to be represented by the PR so they voted for Umno irregardless of the quality of the Umno rep., maybe also hoping that these Umno reps might be wiling to make a little more effort than the PR. So if they get elected again in GE14 we’ll be perpetuating the cycle.

        But with GST, petrol prices rising, living expenses escalating while Kak Rose is flashing her bags and blings and the first couple is living on a jet plane, there was a real issue for the Tun to raise. I don’t entirely blame the old man for bringing up his concerns, just as I can’t really blame Najib for not taking heed of his advise.

        After all, when you are out of touch with reality the way the first couple is, it must be difficult to comprehend what the real concerns of the people are especially if you’re forever menghulur bantuan macamle bila orang mengeluh boleh dipujuk dengan beberapa ringgit.

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        • 20. Helen Ang  |  July 6, 2015 at 5:47 pm

          re: “by default”

          Absolutely correct. There’s little PULL factor in Umno for me – after all, bukannya aku boleh jadi anggota Wanita Umno pun.

          There’s conversely a strong PUSH factor in DAP for me. Those who follow this blog’s tracking of Hannah Yeoh’s hypocrisy will know how much of a turn-off the evangelistas are for me. They did not feature prominently in the DAP in 2004 and (not as much in 2008) when I voted oppo.

          The success of DAP at the polls drew the 3G carpetbaggers to the party like ants to sugar.

          It is greed and wanting to taste the easy fruits of power that has caused/resulted in the DAP becoming the evangelical party that it is today – due to the en masse entry of the evangelical Christians (member tarik member like in the MLM set-up) and their strong networking, e.g. Hannah Yeoh’s Personal Assistant Rajiv Rishyakaran being given the opportunity to stand in the DUN seat of Bukit Gasing, PJ.

          So by default and as a BN voter, I need Umno preserved because Umno is the sole power able to stop the DAP, which is today the second biggest party in Parliament.

          But the ‘tidak apa’ness of the PPTA is going to give me premature high blood pressure. Taking time-out from blogging is a relief.

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          • 21. Orangkampung  |  July 6, 2015 at 6:55 pm

            I need the Umno party preserved as wellbut I will not shed any tears or stress myself out if a number of the leaders are changed. A BIG number diganti dengan yang tiada baggage lagi bagus.

            And that’s my last comment today. Gonna go back to my fasting schedule and rituals.

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            • 22. Helen Ang  |  July 6, 2015 at 7:02 pm

              Saf pelapis Umno, most unfortunately, comprises “KJ 10 Q”, @azwanbro, Crocodilly and gang.

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            • 23. Helen Ang  |  July 7, 2015 at 8:58 am

              I think what’s happening among the pro-establishment Malays today vis-a-vis the 1MDB crisis is Menconteng Arang di Muka Sendiri when condemnation of Najib is not separated from condemnation that will cause Umno to falter.

              Playing right into the evangelista’s gleeful hands. Nothing makes them happier than to hear Malays slamming Umno and “Umnoputras”.

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              • 24. The Dictator  |  July 7, 2015 at 10:19 am

                The irony of all this is that the demise of Umno will bring about the rise of extreme theocracy under the United Muslim National Organization or whatever you choose to call it.

                Ye may think ye won but on second look ye actually lost an even greater war.

                We live in interesting times indeed.

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                • 25. Helen Ang  |  July 7, 2015 at 10:41 am

                  Yes, the DAP evangelistas preaching Politics of Hate from their Bible-thumping pulpits have brought this (Newton’s Third Law of Motion) reaction upon us.

                  “Take Johor for Jesus” and voila, a couple of days ago the Johor Malays wanted to chase out Grandpapa Dapster with a broom.

                  re: “United Muslim National Organization”

                  For the moment I believe that Perkasa is still more Melayu centric. The issues they take up are concerning “Malay rights”. Isma is concerned with Islam, of course. Cosmopolitian Umno-ites like Najib are not comfortable with both but I don’t see what choice he has now.

                  To withdraw or relinquish power now would mean instant ‘death’ – what will the DAP do to him, and what will the Dapster mob do to Rosmah. I hope that Tun is not so optimistic as to believe that he can escape the nuclear fallout unscathed.

                  If Najib falls and Umno goes down along with him, then what will the Dapsters (who call Tun all kinds of nasty names) do to him personally?

                  I suppose that there a silver lining behind our present dark cloud. Like it or not, Najib has to become a War General now and fight to the death.

                  Perkasa has come out in support of him, so we know where the pertubuhan Melayu totok stands.

                  Next, Najib will need to carefully assess who are his potential allies and who are his hidden enemies. Question for Najib’s magic circle to ponder: Do the evangelical Christians want your Boss dead or alive?

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                  • 26. The Dictator  |  July 7, 2015 at 10:56 am

                    If Ah Jib has still an ounce of fighting spirit left in him he could fight till the very end and when a man fights like that to save himself anything, the unthinkable can happen. I m not a fan of Ah Jib but between him and those DAP yahoos Ah Jib is a much better proposition.

                    The Doctor has gone overboard with his attacks on the PM. As for people like Zaid that lawyer they should ask themselves how they got so rich and live so comfortable a life in the first place. It is indeed an irony that the same people who got so rich with the help of Umno are the very same people now calling for the demise of Umno in the name of ‘saving’ Malaysia.

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                    • 27. shamshul anuar  |  July 8, 2015 at 12:29 am

                      The Dictator,

                      Najib no doubt messes up a lot of things. Why not sue WSJ for say USD 7billion?

                      But the truth is that i do not berlieve a lt of things said about Najib or Rosmah. words of mouth fro m one person to another will eventually taken as the truth.

                      The uproar over Tabung haji, MARA , FELDA issues I believe are carefully created to make UMNO, Malays, Najib look bad.

                      ZAID Ibrahim has no clout in Malay politics. People who are deemed too liberal are ussualy rejected. Just look at Mohd sabu. he is well liked in DAP(for kowtowing to DAP) but lost in PAS muktamar and PRU 3 times consecutively.

                      Popular does not mean you are trusted.

                    • 28. Helen Ang  |  July 8, 2015 at 2:22 am

                      re: “But the truth is that I do not believe a lot of things said about Najib or Rosmah.”

                      A lot of the things said about them are by gutter politicians like Lim Kit Siang and his Dapster family (remember Hannah Yeoh’s mockery of “Big Mama” “hu hu hu”?)

                      LKS is beyond sick in the low that he’s willing to go.

                      Hussain Najadi was 75 years old in 2013, i.e. the year in which GE13 took place, and 71 when 1MDB was established in 2009. He was long retired – so for LKS to call for the probe (see oppo news headlines below) to try and connect or implicate Najib is just typical of the Dapster mud-slinging.

                      In fact, Sin Chew reported on 9 Aug 2013:

                      According to the police, the founder of Arab-Malaysian Bank Hussain Ahmad Najadi was shot because he had attempted to block the demolition of the Goddess of Mercy Temple in Kuala Lumpur and the sale of the land parcel upon which the temple stands. He was killed probably because he was standing in the way of someone’s else’s wealth-generating prospects.

                      Hussain’s [Chinese] wife, a member of the temple’s council, was also injured in the incident.”

                      http://www.mysinchew.com/node/89760

                      Funny (not!) how the Lims, some of their DAP colleagues and The Family’s female evangelista mentee are so fond of screaming that other people are “low class” or “no class”.

                  • 29. shamshul anuar  |  July 8, 2015 at 12:22 am

                    Helen,

                    As much as I am irritated with Najib on many issues, I must say that many Who’w who in UMNO are uncomfortable with Tun .

                    Tun met editor of Sarawak Report. That is very damaging. Tun must rtemember if Najib or UMNO goes down , he too will be the casualty.

                    In no time he would be hauled and mauled by DAP led PR. And mark my word, these species in DAP have no mercy.

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                    • 30. Helen Ang  |  July 8, 2015 at 1:09 am

                      re: “many Who’s Who in Umno are uncomfortable with Tun”

                      I heard the same.

  • 31. Lousy.Engineer  |  July 6, 2015 at 8:01 pm

    This country is destined for chaos, sorry to say. Honestly speaking, right after 97/98, there’s really no more visionary leaders in UMNO who can glue this nation of different ethnicity together anymore. If Inche Najib gets booted, my vote will surely go to DAP. Just prepare for the hard time ahead.

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    • 32. Helen Ang  |  July 7, 2015 at 8:27 am

      re: “If Inche Najib gets booted, my vote will surely go to DAP.”

      On Inche Najib hinges the BN’s last chance to remain in power. I do not have confidence that the ruling party will be salvageable anymore under Muhyiddin (or Zahid or Hisham).

      DAP and the rest of the oppo forces are hell-bent on ABU and the sad thing is that, it is Tun and his vociferous followers who are enabling Umno to be brought down along with Najib (should the PM sink as so many are clamouring for).

      To save himself, Umno and BN, the Malay Unity option is appearing more attractive if not more necessary.

      PERKASA
      http://www.mykmu.net/2015/07/perkasa-gesa-rakyat-sokong-perdana-menteri/

      PAS
      Malaysiakini makes it a point to highlight – “And for second day in a row, PM thanks PAS spiritual leader Haron Din” @ http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/304251

      ISMA
      Rather than still coddling the evangelical Christians, the political calculus indicates that it’s lebih berbaloi for Najib to go on a charm offensive to woo this group

      As for the Malay fence-sitters, it’s time to weigh which option is less distressing:

      (1) Umno hooking up with PAS, Perkasa and Isma, or
      (2) Umno losing Putrajaya to DAP, Dapsters and tudung-wearing evangelistas.

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      • 33. What Is This  |  July 7, 2015 at 10:39 am

        Either way the Chinese are set to be the biggest losers. The DAP evangelists are anti Chinese and the right wing Malays are also anti Chinese.

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        • 34. Helen Ang  |  July 7, 2015 at 10:45 am

          Hahahaha – I laugh because it’s black humour.

          Hannah Yeoh branded the Sin Chew columnist a Chinese extremist for calling out her I-wear-tudung-bcos-I respect-Islam hypocrisy. (Puhleez lah, when has DAP ever respected Islam?)

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      • 35. Lousy.Engineer  |  July 7, 2015 at 9:18 pm

        “DAP and the rest of the oppo forces are hell-bent on ABU…”

        At this stage, you can’t blame people for ABU-ing all the way, they’re all energized (roiled up) at this point, hey why not join the “fun” ..

        “To save himself, Umno and BN, the Malay Unity option…”

        This has been talked to death here for years ma’am. Regardless of whatever unity you’re talking about, this is still about politics and power lah, ie UMNO and PAS would still have broker out an agreement on what seats to own because both are vying for the same group of voters. I don’t know how easy that can be worked out between the local warlords from both factions .

        “And for second day in a row, PM thanks PAS spiritual leader Haron Din”

        PAS folks are the usual nice guys la and actually kesian with Inche Najib because he kena blue black bertalu-talu without having time to catch a breath, from opposition, Team-Mahathir, media like SR, WSJ, etc.

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        • 36. Helen Ang  |  July 7, 2015 at 10:29 pm

          ‘DAP and the rest of the oppo forces are hell-bent on ABU…’ / At this stage, you can’t blame people for ABU-ing all the way, they’re all energized (roiled up) at this point, hey why not join the ‘fun’ ..”

          I need to rephrase. They’re not actually hell-bent on ABU, they’re crazed by bloodlust and want to tear Inche Najib apart with their bare hands, teeth and talons.

          Today, it’s Najib. Tomorrow it could be Tun. The day after that, it could be any one of us unfortunate enough to be made a scapegoat for whatever their dementia of the day happens to be. I’m observing how they’re presently carrying out their attacks (the nature of the beast).

          “To save himself, Umno and BN, the Malay Unity option…” / This has been talked to death here for years ma’am. Regardless of whatever unity you’re talking about, this is still about politics and power lah”

          This time additionally, it’s about safeguarding Islam and the continuity of the race –
          takut-takut nanti Melayu hilang di dunia. Last time got stumbling block (TG Nik Aziz).

          re: “UMNO and PAS would still have broker out an agreement on what seats to own because both are vying for the same group of voters. I don’t know how easy that can be worked out between the local warlords from both factions.”

          Give PAS the MCA seats :D

          re: “PAS folks are the usual nice guys la and actually kesian with Inche Najib because he kena blue black bertalu-talu without having time to catch a breath, from opposition, Team-Mahathir, media like SR, WSJ, etc.”

          The bashing is like an orgy. Remember the video of the hyenas eating alive the zebra that I once uploaded? Poor zebra.

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  • 37. islam1st  |  July 7, 2015 at 7:43 pm

    ‘I don’t see what choice he has now.’

    Siapa Helen, Najib? I don’t think he has any now.

    http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/malaysia/article/wsj-puts-documents-online-showing-money-trail-to-najibs-accounts

    http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/malaysia/article/3-frozen-accounts-belonged-to-najib-sources-say

    Ish2.

    ‘Saya tidak dapat bayangkan suasana dan keadaan yang sangat mencabar lagi dingin yang bakal dilalui Shahrom – See more at: http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/bahasa/article/najib-lancar-ekspedisi-rentas-kutub-selatan#sthash.Xh784LLB.dpuf

    The same thing can be said about him, don’t you think Helen??

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    • 38. Helen Ang  |  July 7, 2015 at 7:52 pm

      You stay calm.

      http://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/nation/2015/07/07/umno-members-advised-to-stay-calm/

      I face palm.

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      • 39. islam1st  |  July 8, 2015 at 1:55 am

        Helen, Wa Emsi UMNO Lang Wor?!

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        • 40. Helen Ang  |  July 8, 2015 at 2:00 am

          In that case, you boleh temankan I face palm.

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          • 41. islam1st  |  July 8, 2015 at 2:29 am

            Helen, malam ni senyap semacam saja, ahli-ahli politik kita sibuk meeting (behind closed doors) ke?

            Kalau ahjibgor tak turun juga, lingkup UMNO macam ni Helen. Lingkup UMNO!!!

            At long last one young Cina, a fat one that is, berjaya melingkupkan UMNO melalui a Cina wannabe (kaya-raya that is) tamak haloba PM!

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            • 42. Helen Ang  |  July 8, 2015 at 2:54 am

              re: “Helen, malam ni senyap semacam saja, ahli-ahli politik kita sibuk meeting (behind closed doors) ke?”

              I’m beginning to believe that BN/Perikatan has stayed in power since 1957 only through a lucky charm. Now with luck running out, they’d better start using their brain and BRAWN!

              re: “Kalau ahjibgor tak turun juga, lingkup UMNO macam ni Helen. Lingkup UMNO!!!”

              Bertenang lah bro. At least one thing has changed – the PPTA can no longer afford to be so tidak apa. Hopefully the advent of this crisis will, once and for all, get them off their butt and wake up to the fact that they have to fight a war.

              re: “tamak haloba PM!”

              Not proven. Let’s wait for the several taskforce findings. Only a Dapster like Sakmongkol (DAP’s Raub MP) will say guilty until proven innocent.

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              • 43. islam1st  |  July 8, 2015 at 3:02 am

                ‘Not proven. Let’s wait for the several taskforce findings.’

                I really hope so. Mari kita tengok siapa yang kena. BTW tengok ni Helen, ‘dari kerana mata’ saja pun dah kena saman.

                Apatah lagi ‘dua celah peha’!

                ‘Reports say the lawsuit filed by a Shanghai man involves the prime-time TV show “Tiger Mom” which debuted in May and centers on a couple’s differing approach to raising their daughter. Zhao plays the big-eyed mother who relentlessly pushes her daughter’s development, while the father wants his child to have more freedom. The Legal Daily said the plaintiff was alleging Zhao’s stare caused him “spiritual damage.”

                Read More : http://www.nst.com.my/node/87805

                Malaysian Muslims patut kempen pandang ke China lepas ni Helen. Kena kiasu sikit!

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  • 44. shamshul anuar  |  July 8, 2015 at 9:56 am

    Helen,

    AlQuran actually reminds Muslims to verify news that they receive. Not to reject or accept outright whatever said.

    And Malay muslims know the quote “Fitnah itu lebih dahsyat dari membunuh”. Unfortunately they only stop at quoting the saying.

    though they know slander is a big sin, they have no qualm in qouting slanders. And worse still they spread it and create more juicy staff.

    Many time I asked my friends who are their source of information. They are not able to say beyond qouting the natural “batu api” like Rafizi or Guan Eng.

    They pounce without giving the accused the chance to explain. The issues involving Tabung Haji deal and MARA are two classic examples. They already made their minds.

    And CHAOS rules as the authority simply refuses to act. were I to be the PM, I would have punished the useless politician who said that UMNO engineered lahad Datu incident. If I have to execute him to send the message across, I will.

    I am prepared to be merciful. But I draw the line.

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    • 45. Helen Ang  |  July 8, 2015 at 11:49 am

      re: “If I have to execute him to send the message across, I will.”

      Jail time will be adequate punishment for the prmfitnah-pemfitnah at TMI. I wonder if the stall (delay in the authorities taking action) is with the police or the AG’s office.

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      • 46. shamshul anuar  |  July 8, 2015 at 6:32 pm

        Helen,

        The power to decide whether to proceed with court action lies with AG’s office.

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        • 47. Helen Ang  |  July 8, 2015 at 7:49 pm

          Assuming that police have forwarded a case.

          I cannot understand why there has been no action taken against TMI. They should be shut down for sedition.

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  • 48. shamshul anuar  |  July 8, 2015 at 10:01 am

    helen,

    “who’s who in UMNO” are reluctant to do away with Najib. Even if Najib resigns, the assault against Najib will only increase.

    PR will has a field day. “Betul la apa kita kata. kalau tidak tak kan Najib resigns”.

    So if Najib is not involved as per the allegation by WSJ, he should remain calm. he should pursue the truth. due WSJ nd those who spread the lies locally too.

    Show no MERCY

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    • 49. i hate n'sync  |  July 8, 2015 at 8:14 pm

      I think this country will survive beyond Najib. It would be a fallacy to assume that the fall of Najib will spell the end of UMNO and BN. UMNO is always stronger than her Presidents and as long as the new leadership understand what it takes to keep the spirit of Perikatan and Barisan Nasional alive, it will be difficult for Pakatan (RIP) to make a further dent.

      As Helen herself noted, DAP maxed out the Chinese votes and Pakatan (RIP) still lost. So PR jadi macam BA, sudah terkubur. As long as BN remains multiracial, UMNO stays strong and the royalty get out of the way, I don’t think DAP, Keadilan or PAS can make much of a headway.

      I believe the Opposition is now very effective in playing up issues on good governance, corruption and minority rights. So the challenge is for UMNO and BN to up the ante and polish their game. Right minded citizens will see through all the political stunts like purported blackouts and Bangladeshi voters, but they will not be able to forgive politicians living large.

      This is a battle of public perception. The sooner the ruling coalition get on the anti-corruption bus, the better it is for everyone. Parti-parti suami, isteri dan ahli keluarga yang sewaktu dengannya belum cukup matang seperti UMNO. Tengok saja MIC dengan succession crisisnya. Tak mustahil yang sama akan berlaku kepada MCA, PKR atau DAP. PAS lagi kukuh daripada parti-parti lain kerana keutuhan ideologinya.

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      • 50. Helen Ang  |  July 8, 2015 at 8:33 pm

        re: “As long as BN remains multiracial”

        I’m afraid Muhyiddin will lose the Indian, Christian and Lain-lain votes. The BN will lose the election unless there’s a unity pact with PAS as well as Perkasa-Isma-Muslim NGOs and the rest of the Malay-Muslim polity moving to the right along with Umno.

        With Najib there’s some hope that he can pull off a precarious balancing act, like the Hindraf rabbit-out-of-the hat he pulled on the eve of GE13. He’s flexible whereas Muhyiddin-Malay-First is rigid.

        Umno won’t be destroyed; it will still be the No.1 party in Parliament in the immediate future (as a single party, it’s far ahead of the rest of the field). But BN may lose, and as you say, on issues of corruption, rent-seeking, patronage, waste and leakages, etc.

        The upshot of the upheavals is greater emphasis on Race and Religion. Umno will be accused of playing the passe ‘R’ cards, which is true to some extent. But it is an ingrained element in our country’s blueprint.

        Article 3 “describes” the situation in Malaya – Islam was the religion of the federation in 1957. It did not “prescribe” something that wasn’t there before. Likewise Article 152 “describes” (states) what was the language spoken in the land.

        DAP’s attempt at “ethnic cleansing” – Hannah and her Firster’s there are no Malays, no Indians too and zero Chinese” is quite unhinged. What will these triumphalists do to the country with federal power in their hand?

        We can already see what they do to people – just look at what the DAP and their oppo cohorts (Tun & gang not excluded) are doing to Najib now.

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        • 51. i hate n'sync  |  July 8, 2015 at 9:08 pm

          I think all UMNO Presidents (and hopefuls) will gain a veneer of multiracialism, regardless of how they actually feel about it. If Muhyiddin makes it, I have no doubt the Chinese son-in-law will be paraded like how Najib’s son who studied mandarin have been so paraded.

          The possibility of UMNO and PAS collaborating is thin, but this will be about who is influencing who. It will be a disappointment for PAS to collaborate with UMNO on the basis of race (i.e. Malay hegemony) when the former has always championed Islam. The partnership will either lead to ketuanan Melayu or ketuanan Islam, and not both. I don’t think Isma and Perkasa exists separately without a reason, for it is the same dichotomy we are looking at. Whether UMNO becomes a secular (and more capitalist) arm of PAS or PAS becomes a religious (and more welfarist) branch of UMNO remains to be seen.

          Najib’s balancing act is a bit off, just by citing the CNY lion dance ad alone. His advisors are so bad that it makes Pak Lah’s appear ingenuous. The trouble with UMNO is that the party has gotten so used to taking blows (and surviving them) that they forget that there is sometimes a limit when it will not be able to recover from. UMNO roots and clout indeed remain unsurpassed, but it should be obvious that if the BN house is not in order, the general elections will be a really ugly affair. BN has been in power for so long that the component parties no longer know how to play their roles. I look at MCA, MIC, Gerakan and all the mosquito parties and I see hopeless leadership. Good people can only come up when there are opportunities, the next generation of BN component parties have failed to earn their bread. That’s why however much disliked KJ is, he is clearly in the race for UMNO top posts.

          DAP has always sought shelter at the moral high ground, like PKR and PAS. Unfortunately, PKR and DAP leadership are just basically small coterie of family operators. Until DAP shakes off LKS (and his son and ex-political secretaries), it will truly become national.

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          • 52. Helen Ang  |  July 8, 2015 at 9:34 pm

            re: “I think all UMNO Presidents (and hopefuls) will gain a veneer of multiracialism, regardless of how they actually feel about it.”

            On this, Najib is genuine. He’s a cosmopolitan. Imagine Muhyiddin sagging under the weight of the giant Thaipusam garland … naaah.

            Yes, I know politicians go to all lengths yet somehow Najib’s beflowered photo was hilarious but endearing at the same time while I find the photo of Hannah’s posse of interns in their tudung at the mosque to be tremendously off-putting.

            re: “If Muhyiddin makes it, I have no doubt the Chinese son-in-law will be paraded like how Najib’s son who studied mandarin have been so paraded.”

            It’ll cut no ice with the Dapster ABU-ers. Raja Nong Chik has a Chinese wife. He still lost Bangsar (Lembah Pantai). And especially if Najib goes down, the evangelistas would have smelt blood and sniffed success.

            re: “The possibility of UMNO and PAS collaborating is thin, but this will be about who is influencing who.”

            Ideology – PAS will influence Umno.

            I hope PAS will not be influenced by Umno’s overbearing sense of entitlement and “KJ 10 Q”.

            re: “The partnership will either lead to ketuanan Melayu or ketuanan Islam, and not both.”

            Why not? The two Ketuanans not mutually exclusive. And they’re not incompatible either.

            re: “I don’t think Isma and Perkasa exists separately without a reason, for it is the same dichotomy we are looking at. Whether UMNO becomes a secular (and more capitalist) arm of PAS or PAS becomes a religious (and more welfarist) branch of UMNO remains to be seen.”

            Umno is not comfortable with Isma, and Isma is not looking favourably at current developments (1MDB).

            re: “His advisors are so bad that it makes Pak Lah’s appear ingenuous.”

            The overpaid consultants, you mean. Why in the world did he take Heng Seai Kie on board as a ministerial-level advisor? Nothing against her personally but the PM should just allow MCA to find its natural level … like water, and not be still bailing out that bangkai party.

            re: “The trouble with UMNO is that the party has gotten so used to taking blows (and surviving them) that they forget that there is sometimes a limit when it will not be able to recover from.”

            True. This blow that is now sending Umno reeling is being dealt by Tun Mahathir. Only Umno can kil Umno can kill Umno can kill Umno.

            re: “UMNO roots and clout indeed remain unsurpassed, but it should be obvious that if the BN house is not in order, the general elections will be a really ugly affair.”

            Already is. Their (Kit Siang et al) treatment of Najib is very ugly and painful to watch. Like those hyenas tearing into the poor zebra.

            re: “BN has been in power for so long that the component parties no longer know how to play their roles. I look at MCA, MIC, Gerakan and all the mosquito parties and I see hopeless leadership.”

            It would be an act of kindness to bury the MCA. I want the pro-establishment Chinese to be led by a fighter like Wee Choo Keong.

            re: “Good people can only come up when there are opportunities, the next generation of BN component parties have failed to earn their bread.”

            You don’t like Tan Keng Liang, meh? :)

            re: “That’s why however much disliked KJ is, he is clearly in the race for UMNO top posts.”

            John Barthelson writes in Asia Sentinel that KJ will be taken out if Najib sinks. I do not want to see Najib fall but the thought of KJ’s removal is oh so tempting.

            re: “DAP has always sought shelter at the moral high ground”

            Before 2008 and the takeover by the evangelistas. We’re looking at DAP 2.0 now.

            re: “Unfortunately, PKR and DAP leadership are just basically small coterie of family operators.”

            Didn’t I say Grandpapa Dapster, Papa Dapster and Mama Dapster. And their Baby Dapsters like the brood being taken to the masjids and suraus this puasa month.

            re: “Until DAP shakes off LKS (and his son and ex-political secretaries), it will truly become national.”

            Ex-political secretaries – spot on. Don’t forget Hannah’s ex-personal assistants and former MPSJ councillors too.

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