Zam: “Laporan apa pun rakyat tak percaya”

July 10, 2015 at 10:56 pm 32 comments

Yup, the opposition has been wildly successful in sowing distrust of the institutions of state.

They have also killed our natural sense of goodwill (sifat cenderong untuk berbaik sangka).

They are dajjal spreading fitnah all the time so that Malaysia has now become an Orwellian inversion where the warped Dapsters believe something that is grey to be pitch black because their pandai putar evangelista leaders tell them so.

The Dapster evangelista world is a simple dichotomy of black and white. If you’re with them, you’re conferred a halo and a bersih glow. If you’re against them, then you must be walking on the Dark Side and serving Evil.

If you’re wondering why there is so little goodwill left today, blame them. They are the ones who destroyed our society’s trust.


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  • 1. alfie  |  July 10, 2015 at 11:14 pm

    Cant blame the public. The position of the PM is highly respected but once if the public caught PM lying not once or twice WHATEVER he says after that the public are skeptical in nature

    • 2. Helen Ang  |  July 10, 2015 at 11:21 pm

      They are so power hungry that they’re trying their most sneaky to undermine not only the position of the PM but other authorities like Bank Negara Governor, Auditor General, Attorney General and IGP.

      What has the PM lied about? It seems he has been very careful in his coded phrasing, “I want to reiterate that I have never taken 1MDB funds for personal gain”. Heh ,)

      • 3. alfie  |  July 11, 2015 at 1:07 am

        He has lied that the CASH was in the Singapore Bank. He lied saying anything above 50M is opposed by BNM when he is the Finance Minister too. He and Kak Ros lied about knowing JHLow. His macai Azeez Putra also lied in his twitter on behalf of PM that TH was not involved in the 1MDB fiasco. They were very secrective about their daughter’s LAVISH wedding,hoping peasants like us don’t get to see IT.

        • 4. Helen Ang  |  July 11, 2015 at 1:35 am

          re: “He has lied that the CASH was in the Singapore Bank.”

          Urm, wasn’t it Arul Kanda who said? See,

          re: “He lied saying anything above 50M is opposed by BNM when he is the Finance Minister too.”


          “Bank Negara had stated previously that all investments exceeding RM50 million … require its approval.” @

          It’s indeed a central bank regulation and not the Finance Minister’s prerogative, kan?

          re: “He and Kak Ros lied about knowing JHLow.”


          re: ‘His macai Azeez Putra also lied in his twitter on behalf of PM that TH was not involved in the 1MDB fiasco.”

          Thanks for the reminder. Yeah, KHAIRY‘S macai Azeez Putera fudged. Tu lah. Kan dia Umno Youth appointee? This is the problem when the gomen lantik pengarah GLC ikut isyarat kabel tapi yang nyata kurang layak atau sama sekali tidak layak.

          re: “They were very secrective about their daughter’s LAVISH wedding,hoping peasants like us don’t get to see IT.”

          Wedding planner the mother of the bride, and not the father. Okay, poor excuse – I admit :D Memang cukup sakit hati. This culture of ostentation, especially among the Umno VVIPs, is such a big turn-off. But DAP is fast catching up, y’know.

          DAP Taiping MP, the evangelista David Nga Kor Ming’s opulent new house dubbed ‘The White House’ was viral in the social media not too long ago. It took Umno more than 50 years to reach this stage.

          It took the DAP Johnny Come Latelies only five years (counting from 2008) to embody demigods of Prosperity.


          • 5. alfie  |  July 11, 2015 at 2:15 am

            Kalau mcm tu Helen,recap sekali lagi,PM hires LIARs to run 1MDB. On BNM ruling,he should have included Bank Governer title for himself as its even powerful then PM authority.

            As for Azeez Putra,he twitt even without thinking in the 1st place and then made correction,clearly a foot soldier rather than a thinker mentality!

            As for the DAPs,they are emulating what UMNO have been practising. Two wrongs don’t make it right or in this case ‘2 WONGS dont make it right’!

            • 6. Helen Ang  |  July 11, 2015 at 6:26 am

              re: “Kalau mcm tu Helen,recap sekali lagi,PM hires LIARs to run 1MDB.”

              Not sure if that’s being fair to the current 1MDB management spokesman.

              re: “On BNM ruling,he should have included Bank Governer title for himself as its even powerful then PM authority.”

              If I’m not mistaken, the RM50 million cap was established during Tun’s time.

              re: “As for Azeez Putra,he twitt even without thinking in the 1st place and then made correction …”

              Tweeting without thinking – well, he’s a politician. It goes with the job. But at least he made the correction. Some politicians like @hannahyeoh for instance have deleted their tweets when caught out. Furthermore, when they’re questioned, the block the asker(s).

              re: “As for the DAPs,they are emulating what UMNO have been practising. Two wrongs don’t make it right or in this case ‘2 WONGS dont make it right’!”

              Emulating, and bettering, Umno in double quick time. Kan orang Cina selalu mendadik dada mengaku diri lebih cekap, berkeupayaan dan berkesan?

              • 7. Nenek Kampung  |  July 11, 2015 at 9:33 am

                Dear Helen,

                Thanks for the quick but power packed rebuttals.
                I salute you for that….

                Lately, I am rather depressed by the ‘Jump on the wagon’ mentality….. Everyone but some who are internet savy, is out for a part in the ‘killing’ of the day without giving a 2nd thought to the facts let alone the truth….

                Don’t they see how events are unfolding one after another in the grand scheme of destruction ? It could have started on a personal nature that snowballed into a devastating national destruction.

                What saddened me most is, looks like the great schemer whom I have respected throughout my adult life, has resorted to using the tactic he once loathed…. Involving foreigners, foreign medias n foreign powers in the kill. All because he found the present target is not an easy ‘prey’ unlike the previous one….

                Does he n his foot soldiers think that they will go down in history as the heroes of the century ? I think they will most likely be remembered as the ‘Abu Lahabs’ of Malaysian history….

                As for those political opportunists n those who claimed to be ‘clean’, as usual, are seizing the golden opportunity in cheering on the feud. If they really love Malaysia, I don’t think they would have the heart to see the younger generatio picking up the pieces…..

                In my humble way, I prayed that Allah SWT / God will show them the way in time to prevent the dreaded, ‘Menang jadi arang; Kalah jadi abu’ ending.

                As for you, Helen, please keep up your good work. I thank you and I pray your good health an perseverance. God bless.

                Nenek Kampung who love Malaysia dearly.

                • 8. Helen Ang  |  July 11, 2015 at 10:11 am

                  Thank you.

      • 9. The Dictator  |  July 11, 2015 at 10:03 am

        Destroying state institutions serves their causes. I m not a bit surprised that they are now attacking such said state institutions. After all the very purpose of destroying state institutions is to leave the people with nowhere to turn to but to those saboteurs.

        If the man still has on ounce of guts left in him he should do a Harry Lee and sue the daylights out of those who are attacking him with lies and insinuations. Better yet open those old files from the 1980s and 1990s when a certain old man was in power and investigate him for the ‘abuse’ of state power and resources. I for one would want to see how the old man is going to respond when the guns are trained on him.

        The PM should launch a full scale war on that old man and those out to kill him. Trying to talk to his detractors is a loser’s strategy. I m not a fan of Ah Jib but he at least is the least ‘corrupt’. We should not expect people in government to be ‘free’ from corrupt practices. Nor should we demand that they be saints. That’s not what government is about. If you want morality, go somewhere else.

        • 10. MCA.8481  |  July 11, 2015 at 2:43 pm

          Paklah and co once tried to dig those files and sniff but unable to find any evident of the so called tun m’s mismanage. Ajib knew this too.

  • 11. Lousy.Engineer  |  July 10, 2015 at 11:34 pm

    Why you quote Zam? He belongs to Team-Mahathir, so he’s somewhat temporarily align with the oppo. need to hear more from Team-Najib

    • 12. Helen Ang  |  July 11, 2015 at 12:12 am

      I give him his due credit. He’s got a nose for sniffing the ground sentiments.

      He was a cadet reporter from a young age and worked his way up the career ladder. It’s his lifetime exposure as a journo that gives him a wealth of experience. Even today he likes to tell that he prefers sitting in the warong and talking to ordinary people minus the protocol.

      Dunno if you’ve noticed but Zam is an agenda setter. Maklumlah … bekas Menteri Penerangan.

  • 13. sirimuda  |  July 10, 2015 at 11:47 pm

    He chided to say no course of action to take against him like in to say Teoh Beng Hock was not the culprit that to his death till today was not due to though it was a missadventure as what the opposition belief

    • 14. Helen Ang  |  July 11, 2015 at 12:16 am

      Who do you mean by ‘he’ (“He chided …”)?

  • 15. kluangman  |  July 10, 2015 at 11:55 pm

    Tun Musa adalah seorang yang agak rapat dengan Najib dan selalu bertentang kata dengan Mahathir akhirnya menghidu satu permasalahan utama sehingga terpacul meminta Najib bercuti sebagai satu dari tiga pilihan.

    Bercuti menyelesaikan 1001 perkara untuk kembali berkuasa dengan lebih bersih, reborn.

    Itupun kalau Najib percaya diri sendiri seperti yang selalu dilaungkannya, kebenaran akan menyusul juga.

    Kalau tanpa tindakan yang berani dan bijak, bagaimana kebenaran akan muncul.

    • 16. Helen Ang  |  July 11, 2015 at 12:18 am

    • 17. Rosli  |  July 13, 2015 at 12:19 am

      Orang lama mcm pak zam ni bukan cakap kosong.. nasihat utk cuti ini amat bernas utk kebaikan semua

  • 18. Azman Jusoh  |  July 11, 2015 at 1:01 am

    Kalau benar…sah…sahih…biarlah semua orang tak percaya pun.Allah kan ada.

    • 19. alfie  |  July 11, 2015 at 1:10 am

      Allah SWT pun dah tak sokong pasangan suami isteri ni! Takbirr!!

  • 20. Azman Jusoh  |  July 11, 2015 at 1:02 am

    Hai Zainuddin Mydin…awak gila talak ke..??

  • 21. mohd farizan bin johari  |  July 11, 2015 at 1:23 am

    Zainuddin Mydin…u dok diam-diam.
    Masa u dah berlalu.

  • 22. Jade Emperor  |  July 11, 2015 at 1:50 am

    When the elephant goes on a rampage it is futile to plead it stop its destruction. When a man has abandoned his dignity he resorts to the next deception to cover up his last lie.

  • 23. Tok Perak  |  July 11, 2015 at 9:58 am

    I like your fighting spirit, Helen. This ‘ALFIE’ is truly DAJJAL on earth.

    • 24. Helen Ang  |  July 11, 2015 at 10:08 am

      No lah, Tok. Alfie’s alright in my books.

  • 25. C72  |  July 11, 2015 at 2:21 pm

    I keep getting the sense that this is an elaborate trap. The ones winning the perception battle now are the ones who are going to lose the entire war.

    Right now, everyone is enthralled by the spectacle, but behind the scenes there can be plots within plots within plots.

    Remember the saying Give them enough rope and they will hang themselves? The noose will tighten one day.

  • 26. Setem  |  July 11, 2015 at 5:15 pm

    I feel what Zam’s saying; the issues plaguing Najib are so convoluted that it isn’t easy to filter out the true ones amongst the fake ones.

    But Najib has lost my support when 1MDB (he) messed with my life time savings in Tabung Haji. Before that I was willing to give him the benefit of the doubt. Most non-UMNO Malays fence sitters and non-enemies of BN dumped UMNO the minute it was reported that THaji was dragged in to save the troubled 1MDB.

    Muhyiddin needs to step up and take over the premiership.

    Najib has to go.

    • 27. islam1st  |  July 12, 2015 at 3:39 am

      ‘Muhyiddin needs to step up and take over the premiership.

      Najib has to go.’

      Saya ‘non-UMNO Malays fence sitters’ dan saya setuju dengan pandangan Setem.

  • 28. Setem  |  July 11, 2015 at 5:18 pm

    Helen, would you put up a poll asking your readers whether Najib should stay or should go or commit harakiri, for all the current scandals engulfing 1MDB and his apparent lack of leadership?

  • 30. wawe  |  July 12, 2015 at 1:17 pm

    Laporan dan news mana pon dah tak boleh pakai. Ni pihak mana ntah nk mengugut najib, dah jadi anti-climax. too much of everything spoils the mood. kalau satu isu jer to be pursued, minat jugak nak follow. Ni dah berlambak2, anti-dose.

  • 31. sayangmahathir  |  July 13, 2015 at 12:57 am

    Cuti adalah yang terbaik. Mungkin dalam tempoh cuti tak ada harga barang naik…Dah tak tahan dah dengan kos hidup ni..

  • 32. Younger But Wiser  |  July 13, 2015 at 12:40 pm

    Puak-puak anti Najib ni nak sangat Najib bercuti kerana dalam situasi sekarang mereka tahu mereka tak akan mampu kalahkan Najib kerana senjata mereka selama ini sekadar penipuan dan pembohongan semata-mata. Penipuan dan pembohongan tak akan mampu bertahan lama, jadi sebelum kebenaran terserlah Najip patut ditekan habis-habisan agar bercuti.


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