Lord Zoid and Traders of the Last Hope

July 31, 2015 at 9:26 am 34 comments

‘They’ lie too much and all the time. It’s already second nature to them.

(1) They said Zeti had a heart attack.

Not true.

(2) They said Zeti quit as Bank Negara governor.

Not true.

3. They said Zeti is being probed by the police.

Not true.

4. They said the 1MDB files were reduced to ashes when fire broke out in Bukit Aman.

Not true.

5. They said the Negeri Sembilan MB called for Najib’s arrest.

Not true.

6. They said the AG was in the midst of preparing a charge sheet against Najib.

Not true.

7. They promised Justo they’d pay him $2 million for his stolen e-mail.

Not true. They just took what he offered and then cheated him by not paying. There no honour among crooks.

Aren’t you gobsmacked at their vast capacity for cheating and lying? Naaaah, we shouldn’t be anymore. Sudah terang lagi bersuluh the kind of people they are.

They come from planet Zoid. That’s why their thinking is alien to human morality.

Planet Zoid

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34 Comments Add your own

  • 1. calvinsankaran  |  July 31, 2015 at 9:39 am

    They hated Ghani (AG) for “persecuting” Anwar and Muhyiddin for his “racist” “Malay First” statement. They despised Mahatir and branded his as Mamak and dictator. But now all of them are heroes !

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    • 2. Helen Ang  |  July 31, 2015 at 10:00 am

      They’re a bunch steeped in hypocrisy and double standards. They can make 180-degree turn without blinking an eye, and then turn around again and call YOU names.

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      • 3. Survivor  |  July 31, 2015 at 10:20 am

        They have a gift for doublespeak and doublethink. You just have to really sit still and admire this amazing gift that they have. But as one friend of mine say, their minds are all f***** up at the same time.

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  • 4. Orang Perlis  |  July 31, 2015 at 9:53 am

    To be fair Helen, everything except #6, are all petty rumours going tru chatrooms et al. I saw those and I didnt think much of them either,

    No 6 is a bit special. My own analysis is that the new AG was scrambling for a response , judging by the tweets and reading between the lines.

    No 6 boils down to he said she said. And it will be interesting to see how this pans out.

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    • 5. Helen Ang  |  July 31, 2015 at 9:58 am

      False rumours are deliberate fabrications.

      Dah menjadi darah daging dan sebati dengan jiwa kelompok ni untuk senantiasa merekayasa dan menabur fitnah.

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  • 6. AE  |  July 31, 2015 at 10:13 am

    Kiri kanan depan belakang semua kena tipu, tgk movie kena tipu, tgk dokumentari kena tipu, tengok berita tv kena tipu, baca suratkhabar kena tipu, baca blog kena tipu, apatah lagi borak kat kedai kopi. Paling best bila dengar orang kata “kalau mereka(the source) tipu, jadi tipulah saya”. I think i’ll just talk to my cats from now on…..unless they really are the overlords of this world and have been “tipu”ing me for free food and shelter all this while. Mental la macam ni wei.

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  • 11. Melayu Malaysia  |  July 31, 2015 at 10:21 am

    Many are confused with all the “stores” heard and whispered but one factor remains…. Najib is definitely in a position where he can’t hide, can’t run and can’t move.

    He remains confused as well and perhaps his thinking is a little ( may be more) shattered.

    Many remain unconvinced and our political landscape will undergo a huge overhaul. Still, BN will lose votes but PAS may gain at UMNO/BN expense.

    Trust is too precious to be kicked around. Once broken, it is gone, forever.

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  • 12. Helen's fan  |  July 31, 2015 at 10:42 am

    Gani Patail was fired because he and Muhyiddin form the Task Force without prior approval from the cabinet and in advance before the bom by Mahathir (WSJ article on USD700 mil in Najib account).

    How do you sure that he will not fabricate documents [deleted]

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  • 13. The International Jew  |  July 31, 2015 at 11:10 am

    What do you make of this ?

    http://www.themalaymailonline.com/malaysia/article/malays-set-to-be-kingmakers-as-malay-majority-seats-mushroom-says-politweet

    Reply
    • 14. AE  |  July 31, 2015 at 11:21 am

      Always been and always will be. King aspirants take note who you really need to appease.

      Reply
    • 15. Helen Ang  |  July 31, 2015 at 11:46 am

      Yes, I’ve read the article earlier and was thinking of giving an ulasan.

      The young Malay votes in the urban areas are crucial, and Politweet is quite correct that they’re the ‘kingmakers’.

      In order to win these Malay votes, I foresee the chameleon DAP amping up their slick charade. Peddling J-Juice and expanding their costume wardrobe of tudung, maybe even incl. jubah and kopiah “ini kali”.

      As to their inroads into the social media, remember the evangelistas are the dominant and most ruthless and at the same time sneakiest group in social media. Nowadays their RBA even menyamar as Malays and Muslims in Facebook and the blogs. Dema kelompok yang tak kenal batasan – beringatlah kalian kepada surah 2:120.

      I already see the Malay apologists carrying water for the evangelistas.

      Since the DAP evangelistas have a tremendous amount of resources at their command today – S’gor is the richest stata and Penang is among the higest income per capita – and not to mention they’ve got Si Gunting snipping away in the lipatan.

      I see a redoubled, retripled effort in cheap gimmicks (as below) taking advantage of the Malay tendency to bersangka baik.

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      • 16. kampong lad  |  July 31, 2015 at 12:10 pm

        belia & beliawanis melayu yg layak mengundi, berapa % dah daftar kalau dibandingkan dgn their chinese counterpart. as far as i know yg layak tapi tak daftar. they have missed 2 or 3 pru already. jenis tak kisah masih belambak. bising tepi jalan saja tau.

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        • 17. Helen Ang  |  July 31, 2015 at 12:20 pm

          Kan DAP sememangnya giat mendaftar golongan belia?

          Evangelista dan Dyana,Rara,Syerleena, dll semua boleh tolong daftarkan bebudak Melayu di kawasan-kawasan kerusi harapan DAP nanti.

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        • 18. RINA  |  July 31, 2015 at 4:43 pm

          kampong lad,

          Kita sbgai org tua mereka perlu beri kesedaran kepada mereka. Tolong bantu mereka daftar.

          Many have no idea where to register etc.

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      • 19. RINA  |  July 31, 2015 at 4:15 pm

        One point DAP tak ambil kira is PATRIOTISM.

        Dari kalangan Bumiputra..kesetiaan kepada Bangsa, Agama dan Negara memang dah sedia tertanam dalam jiwa.

        Mereka yang terpesong sikit2 tu mungkin ada, pasai syiok cepat boleh jadi kaya, pi mana saja tak payah bawa dompet..

        BTW itu Aci Ambiga dok cakap pasai road demonstration? Ini sikit2 macam kes mendiang Karpal Singh kat Perak dulu.

        DYMM Agong dah kenan/consented on the removal of some Menteris and appointment of some new Menteris, is she trying to challange Agong’s decision?

        Kasi hantar pulau POTA saja orang macam ini. Biaq filipino/Indon pirates kidnap them, baru depa akan tau langit tinggi atau rendah!

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  • 20. Mulan Malaysia  |  July 31, 2015 at 11:20 am

    Just when you think The Edge has gone away…. the resurrection.
    http://www.thesundaily.my/news/1505629

    PETALING JAYA: Readers of The Edge publications can now virtually put their hands on The Edge’s newspapers after the media company launched its digital replacement today.

    The digital replacement can be subscribed through their website at http://subscribe.theedgemarkets.com, for a subscription fee of RM30 or more, for three months.

    With the current laws on publications, publications like the Edge are hard to kill. The government may restrict the print version but the internet is open. I know that Sarawak Report now distributes on Facebook – since I saw a few of my FB friends sharing and commenting their articles.

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    • 21. Helen Ang  |  July 31, 2015 at 11:50 am

      re: “my FB friends sharing and commenting their articles”

      The evangelistas have got a stranglehold on social and online media, and fitnah and putar-belit of course.

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      • 22. The Rithmatist  |  July 31, 2015 at 12:26 pm

        It’s a pity that the government and the BN parties didn’t see the social media revolution coming.

        Didn’t they have highly-paid consultants and IT mavens to advise them?

        Or were they “snookered” into thinking that the same trite arguments and views would gain traction with the “digital generation” who are comfortable with social media, who practically live their lives on social media and who have limited attention spans? And who are not buying into the agendas of mainstream political parties?

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        • 23. Helen Ang  |  July 31, 2015 at 1:16 pm

          No doubt about it. DAP is winning the digital media war hands down.

          Their cadres are cyber-terrorizing the ‘countryside’ imposing their fascist Firster dogma. They forget that the natives ultimately won the Emergency (1948-1960).

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          • 24. The Rithmatist  |  July 31, 2015 at 3:13 pm

            That was in the era of guns and bullets….and when the Communist Party of Malaya was a known and easily identifiable enemy.

            And let it not be forgotten that the “natives” won that war with substantial help from the Commonwealth forces, specifically the British, Australians, New Zealanders and Fijians. Not forgetting, of course, the Gurkhas.

            Fast forward to now and Malaysia seems to be BFF with China. A China which is ruled by the Communist Party in absolute dominance. How times have changed.

            Of course, this is where Helen will trot out her standard disclaimer that geopolitical developments aren’t her area of expertise (though as a trained journalist, one would expect her to have more than a cursory interest in economics and geopolitics).

            As for the “digital media war”, whose fault is it that the BN government was apparently caught flatfooted and unprepared?

            I would have thought that the people who came up with the idea of the Multimedia Super Corridor and those who were/are tasked with it’s implementation and development would have been better aware of developments in the ICT industry.

            Apparently they were not. And if that is the case, whose fault is it?

            As for the claims of “cyber-terrorism” and how it purportedly affects the “countryside” – I would have thought that near-universal education at preschool, primary, secondary and tertiary levels would have produced a younger generation who would be comfortable navigating in a digital world.

            And if they are not, and if they can be easily led “astray” by those pushing their “fascist Firster dogma”, do we blame the national education system as being irrelevant?

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            • 25. Helen Ang  |  July 31, 2015 at 4:17 pm

              “…the Communist Party of Malaya was a known and easily identifiable enemy”

              Evangelistas are the new commies. How else do you explain the cross phobia and the Malays feeling under siege?

              re: “Malaysia seems to be BFF with China. A China which is ruled by the Communist Party in absolute dominance”

              Since China has a phobia of the evangelistas, don’t be surprised if it rubs on on new BFF Malaysia. Who know, both countries might be exchanging intelligence even as we speak and conducting some kind of joint prevention campaign.

              re: “though as a trained journalist, one would expect her to have more than a cursory interest in economics and geopolitics”

              Unlike you, I don’t feel compelled to blog about the beheadings in Syria or the bankruptcy in Greece.

              re: “I would have thought that the people who came up with the idea of the Multimedia Super Corridor and those who were/are tasked with it’s implementation and development would have been better aware of developments in the ICT industry.”

              It’s not the technology that Umno fails to anticipate. It’s the level of viciousness possessed by the Dapsters and sneakiness of the evangelistas that Umno is unprepared for.

              re: “a younger generation who would be comfortable navigating in a digital world”

              Perhaps 1Sekolah Untuk Semua will level the playing field.

              re: “And if they are not, and if they can be easily led ‘astray’ by those pushing their ‘fascist Firster dogma’, do we blame the national education system as being irrelevant?”

              To borrow from the DAP, our national education system is too “divisive”. A tough new Education Minister will start planning how to put all Malaysian children under one roof.

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              • 26. islam1st  |  August 1, 2015 at 9:44 pm

                ‘Fast forward to now and Malaysia seems to be BFF with China. A China which is ruled by the Communist Party in absolute dominance. How times have changed.’

                Alahai bodonye ko ni? Kat Singapore diaorang tak ajar ke yang Malaysia dah lama ada bilateral ties dengan China?

                Malaysia is the first ASEAN countries yang recognise China kut. China forever grateful for that. Tu cara orang yang tau kenang budi.

                Rithmatist cer ko baca ni, kut2 pandai sikit. Tapi makan pun kena jaga juga le yer…

                ‘On 31 May 1974, in the Chinese People’s Great Hall, two leaders changed the course of history for Malaysia and China’s bilateral relationship. The late Tun Abdul Razak Hussein, Malaysia’s second Prime Minister and father of current Prime Minister Datuk Sri Najib Tun Razak, and Premier Zhou (Chou), signed the communiqué on the establishment of diplomatic relationship between Malaysia and China. Thus began a new chapter in our bilateral relations. Malaysia became the first member country of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations, ASEAN, to normalize relationship with China.’

                http://my.china-embassy.org/eng/sbgx/t1158491.htm

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    • 27. RINA  |  July 31, 2015 at 4:21 pm

      Internet open tapi mudah sikit nak kawal.

      Rekod2 subscribers dan yang kasi komen melampau senang sikit nak pantau dan 24/7 boleh cekop mereka kan?

      Reply
  • 28. nizam  |  July 31, 2015 at 12:32 pm

    Opposition memang banyak main silap mata.

    Dalam masa yang sama, kita tidak boleh memaafkan Najib.

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  • 29. AC-DC  |  July 31, 2015 at 3:48 pm

    They said there was something fishy about PKFZ. True

    They said something fishy was being brewed by Jho Low. True

    They said something is wrong about 1MDB. Now it looks like it, since Najib is being pretty sneaky and shifty lately.

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    • 30. RINA  |  July 31, 2015 at 4:31 pm

      AC-DC
      Alaaa. Nak audit akaun syarikat you pun akan mengambil masa lama, inikan pula 1MDB yang bersangkutan dengan angka lebih RM42b. Audit investigations faham2 saja la, akan berhadapan dengan macam2 jenis kaki pembelit.

      Tengok itu Swiss thief cakap, nak bayaq USD2m itu pun macam2 cara depa belit so as not to leave any documentary trails. Last2 ada confess memang niat tak mau bayaq. Niat tak mau bayaq pun tak pasti betoi atau confession berbelit2 juga?

      Haiyaaa. Kes Anwar-Saiful belit sana sini took them how long to finally send Anwar to SG Buluh?

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      • 31. Orang Perlis  |  July 31, 2015 at 4:49 pm

        so kesimpulanya, hangpa sokong Najib ke tak ni ? :)

        For me personally, next GE, pi mampuih la BN….

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        • 32. RINA  |  August 1, 2015 at 12:52 am

          Orang Perlis.

          Saya tak sokong dia bukan pasai 1MDB or the USD700m. Tu semua masih dalam siasatan.

          Tak sokong dia pasai dia biaq ‘pengmali2’ naik kepala, itu saja. Bila depa herdik, hina dan belittle ‘Melayu’ bermakna mereka menghina Agong dan Sultan2 Melayu kita termasuk toknek moyang saya dari darah keturunan Melayu.

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  • 33. Mujahid  |  August 1, 2015 at 9:02 pm

    DAP is sneaky, no doubt, and I would never vote for them. But this new 21st Century Umno is not making any friends, either. I have voted BN for the past 4 elections. Not going to do it again if the wife and her clueless ass is still at the helm, leading a pack of headless donkeys braying from their behinds.

    My vote in GE14 will go to PAS.

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    • 34. kiasu  |  August 2, 2015 at 12:16 pm

      This is exactly the current mood on most Malays on the ground. In fact, most grassroot Umno members are likely to do the same, either temporarily until Najib is finished, or permanently.

      Reply

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