Najib cannot avoid or delay the necessary war

August 10, 2015 at 1:50 am 125 comments

Finally, and at long last, the PM has openly acknowledged how destructive and deadly the Dapsters are.

Very slow on the uptake is Najib Razak. Baru sekarang ada hasrat nak ambil tindakan walhal wabak ini sepatutnya dihapuskan sejak dari awal-awal lagi.

We the victims (I’m referring to the 10 percent Chinese who voted BN in GE13) have been the target of vicious attack by the DAP rabid venomous mob for years on end now.

We feel let down and betrayed that all this while the BN – Umno with its ample resources and MCA with its media empire – have allowed the Dapsters to run riot terrorizing the cyber/countryside ever since the DAP’s ascendency in 2008.

Worse still is the Api Dalam Sekam MCA whose Gunting Dalam Lipatan-Nest of Evangelistas are supporting and promoting the DAP’s evangelical Christians.


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Dear Mr Prime Minister,

Jangan cakap tak serupa bikin lagi, sir.

If you declare war against the Red Bean Army, just do it!

No retreat. No surrender. Alang-alang menyeluk pekasam biar sampai ke pangkal lengan.

Wipe out this scourge!

Najib: “Umno perlu keyboard warriors untuk tangkis persepsi negatif”

If Umno keyboard warriors wanna confront the Red Beanies, they should go to Annie and Rocky’s blogs which are infested by Dapsters.

I believe Rocky, for one, would not mind reinforcements to restore some balance of a fight in his comments section that is currently so lopsided even the blog host himself is continually bashed by his own pro-DAP readers.

The Umno keyboard warriors are also welcome to come to my blog and face-off the Beanies (though very few are here) in the comments section.

Umno keyboard warriors

The sneaky bastards are beyond creepy

The oppo cybertroopers are crafty chameleons, just like their Jerusubang icons who masquerade in tudung while visiting mosques. These cyber operatives have no qualms in taking on fake Malay and Muslim IDs online.

Here’s one example (below) of the cytro sneaky bastards in action:

Obviously Mr.F is trying too hard.

His use of casual BM and short-form spelling is so strained that it works to the opposite effect of calling attention to the actual or ‘real’ ethnicity of the posturing author.

Below is another sample of Mr.F’s handiwork:

Art of War: Know your enemy

I hope the Umno keyboard warriors will look and learn from the above. Realise how immeasurably sneaky they are.

Always remember that these people do not have and nor do they observe any boundaries in their action. Their capacity to fitnah and putar-belit is boundless.

Below is one cytro calling himself “AkuMelayu” but praising Allah with the salutation “s.a.w” instead of correctly, swt. Of course he’s not a Malay.

Se-sneaky sneaky nya tupai melompat

… they will trip and make mistakes.

Below is another cytro calling himself ‘Umno portal’ and claiming to be an Umno member but letting slip that he enjoys sipping red wine.

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If Umno doesn’t start fighting back, be prepared to lose Putrajaya

They’re everywhere these camouflaged RBAs and spreading all kinds of slander and the ones creating the most insidious fitnah are the DAP evangelistas.

And then there is ‘Azhar‘ whom 83 percent of my poll respondents – see below – believe is not a Malay even though he pretends to be one online when making all his pro-opposition comments.

Note: The poll below ran for 24 hours

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Najib the War General

I’m all for Najib Razak recruiting an Umno cyber army to battle the DAP who are no longer communists in the jungle armed with rifles and bayonets. Instead the Dapsters are waging a war of attrition in the concrete jungle armed with digital devices.

To battle the dajjal, PM must go all out and cannot afford to adopt only half-measures.

The DAP has no mercy and will show Umno none. This is the most important lesson that Najib’s war cabinet should internalize.

There is no avoiding war; it can only be postponed to the advantage of others.” – Niccolo Machiavelli

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  • 1. RINA  |  August 10, 2015 at 2:12 am

    DAP and their NGOs like Bersih and clowns like Ambiga are slowly polluting the minds of our generations, kesian kat depa being encouraged by the oldies to behave like idiots demonstrating on the streets.

    Mujuq Hindraf dah sedaq diri! Lets watch another video here;

    Ayoyo ama aci. Tengok video2 Bersih, Hindraf muka lopong2 kasi putus harapan masa depan Negara ini, elok lagi kita kasi anak2 muda kita tengok muka2 yang boleh memberi semangat.

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    • 2. grkumar  |  August 10, 2015 at 5:21 am

      I think we are all reacting a bit too quickly. A noisy but small group are making it sound like there is an army out there at our doorstep. The wolf in truth at the door is the cat trying to come in.

      Anwar’s most prolific and devoted backer is a banker and chairman of a multi level marketing organization whose tactics Hannah Yeoh employs.

      They are loud, brash, persistent and irritating but they remain a small and vocal lot. If thats their best then there is not much to fear except time itself.

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  • 3. allabih  |  August 10, 2015 at 6:19 am

    Not only u need warriors but u neef tool to do it. u need sophisticated software. That is if u are serious.

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    • 4. Helen Ang  |  August 10, 2015 at 6:45 am

      The tools can be supplied.

      Am just wondering how many of Umno’s 3 million members – to whom the Prez appealed – would care to sign up. Unlike Sekolah Demokrasi DAP, Umno has not been working hard enough to brainwash the youngsters.

      Umno is at heart more democratic (I call it ‘tidak apa’) whereas the DAP is communistic/fascist in indoctrinating it cadres – nowadays using the slick evangelical methodology.

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      • 5. RINA  |  August 10, 2015 at 7:36 am

        Brainwash the youngsters to produce more Alvivi sex couples and Namawesss? Even that Dyana, lain macam saja budak tu? Macam rag doll kena baling sana sini macam tak ada otak, suruh masuk election pi berlakon bertanding macam wayang aje.

        Isssh cannot imagine, habis rosak generasi masa depan Negara ini!

        Ayuh kita lupa lembek2 lopong tu semua mai kita tengok oghang lain ajaq youngsters depa macam mana;

        https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Zy_mfRkf8Vo

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        • 6. Helen Ang  |  August 10, 2015 at 7:42 am

          So cute :)

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          • 7. RINA  |  August 10, 2015 at 8:02 am

            Bila cakap pasai DAP red beans army pun tak boleh kenang leader depa macam siHannah. Punya la megah duk ajak warga Subang tangkap tikus?? Isssh cannot imagine someone like her being elected!

            Sambil Hannah ketuai barisan pasukan menangkap tikus dia mai kita tengok oghang lain dok buat apa demi Negara mereka yang tercinta;

            https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=3cbMLeeV1ww

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        • 8. Miltiades  |  August 10, 2015 at 1:45 pm

          Ooh, Rina – please don’t try to impress us with what passes for logic!

          Do tell us – did you get a graduate diploma in ICT? Are you au fait with the operations of social media? Have you thought through the implications of an information economy, data analytics and big data?

          I think not, lah…..

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          • 9. RINA  |  August 10, 2015 at 4:22 pm

            Miltiades,

            ….operations of social media? Have you thought through the implications of an information economy, data analytics and big data….

            So you are implying you ni tau semua diatas dan cerdik pandai? Amboi otak you sehati, Hannah, Namewee dan Alwin Tan.

            Hope muka tak lopong juga ya..

            https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=6T4MClfHOiY

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            • 10. Leonidasthespartan  |  August 10, 2015 at 4:44 pm

              Heh, heh – why so defensive, Rina?

              Rebut #Miltiades on the facts. Not by using snide putdowns which are ambivalently neither here nor there.

              Maybe you don’t have the industry “know-how” to counter the points raised. Maybe you don’t give a flying fig about big data, data analytics and the information economy. Maybe, from your perspective, ignorance is bliss.

              So, how would YOU counter the “sneaky cybertroopers”? By taking an axe to the Internet? Or by aiming a howitzer at the websites and servers? Or by petitioning the government to put up an “Information firewall” like China is doing?

              Do share with us the fruits of your intellectual forays into the nitty gritty of social media and the Internet.

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              • 11. islam1st  |  August 10, 2015 at 9:55 pm

                ‘Maybe, from your perspective, ignorance is bliss.’

                You guys just can’t tahan isn’t it? Sebab Rina Melayu je, dia kena label kat atas kan? Korang Cina semua pandai2 kan?!

                Berak basuh ke tak ni??

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                • 12. Leonidasthespartan  |  August 11, 2015 at 2:26 pm

                  Hahaha….inferiority complexes running again?

                  Weren’t you bested by the Rithmatist into abject retreat some time ago?

                  So much so that you were reduced to spluttering inanities?

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                  • 13. islam1st  |  August 11, 2015 at 8:07 pm

                    Oh really? WHEN??

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                    • 14. Leonidasthespartan  |  August 12, 2015 at 4:34 pm

                      Many times, bro.

                      Why revisit history?

                      Unless u are a glutton for punishment?

                    • 15. islam1st  |  August 12, 2015 at 9:38 pm

                      ‘Why revisit history?’

                      Nice try. You brought it up la. Sneaky bastards!

              • 16. wawe  |  August 11, 2015 at 3:58 am

                Hahaha, using big jargons, now, to ridicule others. Such techniques are oso boring and cliche, when inappropriately utilised. Wrong place, wrong time. Try harder, somewhere else.

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              • 17. RINA  |  August 12, 2015 at 11:07 pm

                Tak payah kelentong banyak2 dgn saya. You people tak cerdik tak rajin dan bohong saja.

                Whatever you read kutip sana sini and parrot around, pandai ciplak, clone, tiru2 kerja orang saja. Own effort mana tau buat apa2.

                Imagine Alvin Tan, a scholarship holder, a law student.. finally sekadar pandai tayang burung pendek aje..and the girl guna facilities FOC tunjuk pepet dia… Hahaha

                Lucu la kamu semua, tak habis2 perasan..

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          • 18. AE  |  August 11, 2015 at 1:14 am

            What are you trying to impress us with? Big words? ICT jargon? Or your faux french parfait au lait?

            Do we need diplomas to comment on a blog? What is your qualification then? Post a pix of your degree here.

            All you seem to do is belittling people. You dont give any valid pro or con to the subject matter. Ipso facto, you dont matter…not here.

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            • 19. Leonidasthespartan  |  August 11, 2015 at 2:24 pm

              What pro or con are you talking about?

              That of first mover advantage in harnessing the power and ubiquitous reach (more big words, yah) of social media and the Internet?

              If the Oppo latched on to them first, why blame them?

              As for ICT jargon, isn’t ICT what drives much of modern commerce, industry and government these days?

              Otherwise why would the government bother to set up the MSC and put in place a bunch of policies and initiatives to promote it?

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              • 20. AE  |  August 11, 2015 at 7:16 pm

                Semak la kau ni. Berbual takde hala tuju. Mana scan diploma ict kau? Ada ke tak. Resit marina sands mana? Setakat berborak takde bijik butir, takde bukti lebih baik senyap, cakap bukan main besar…apa pun tarak. Kau ni orang malaysia yang tak layak nak migrate sebab miskin dan takde useful skill. Aku tau sebab kau cerita saja lebih. Ntah ntah passport nak pegi singapore pun takde. Jgn layan la dia ni helen. Biar dia menyalak sorang sorang….leonidas konon…puii

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                • 21. islam1st  |  August 11, 2015 at 8:09 pm

                  ‘Kau ni orang malaysia yang tak layak nak migrate sebab miskin dan takde useful skill.’

                  Tu yang butthurt tak habis2!

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      • 22. shamshul anuar  |  August 10, 2015 at 8:08 am

        Helen,

        As I said earlier, actually for UMNO to counter DAP is not difficult. Is it a matter of “nak atau tidak”. It is a matter of facing reality or pretending everything is under control.

        One example would be the manipulation on what Idris Jusoh said. He, being the Minister of education said that he cant stop if people want to educate their children outside of mainstream government schools. But he would strive to improve the government schools.

        WHAT REPORTED WAS “idris asking those who do not trust govt schools to leave Malaysia”.

        Luckily Idris took the time to clarify. I was hoping that Idris would initiate legal proceeding. I would want to believe that such misreporting is intentional. I would love to see TV1, YV2, TV3 published exactly what Idris said and compare with what reported.

        I would love to see Idris to take more effort to know who made the intentional misrepresentation. i would love to see TV1 , Tv2, TV3 or PMO to chide the person PUBLICLY.

        Why not show the world her background. WHat is her address. Put her father’s name too. Let the father whack her daughter for “fitnah”.

        Haul her to court.

        THAT IS THE WAY.

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        • 23. Helen Ang  |  August 10, 2015 at 8:25 am

          re: “WHAT REPORTED WAS “idris asking those who do not trust govt schools to leave Malaysia”.

          TMI ke yang buat?

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          • 24. The Dictator  |  August 10, 2015 at 10:10 am

            Hard to say though. Last time I made a comment someone accused me of doing a ad hominem attack. That’s what they are really adept at. Once the truth is out, they will turn their attention on something else. As for the fitnah/slander portal, no surprises. Their rai·son d’ê·tre is well, fitnahlah. What else ?

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            • 25. shamshul anuar  |  August 10, 2015 at 8:01 pm

              The dictator,

              So punish them dearly for slandering.

              I am puzzled that Najib had not detained Rafizi. Rafizi openly said in court that he was joking with regards to RM24 million ringgit ring.

              Try saying that in USA. In no time FBI will haul you. Say that in singapore and you end up in ISA . In saudi arabia you may lose your head, LITERALLY.

              Show them you are in charge. Give the message that “it ain’t worth it to mess up with me”.

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              • 26. Leonidasthespartan  |  August 12, 2015 at 4:32 pm

                The FBI? It has bigger concerns with domestic terrorism, organised crime, money laundering, cyber-terrorism etc. Not with the peccadilloes of US politicians.

                Perhaps u need a crash course in how the US law enforcement system works.

                In Singapore, if u made such statements, u would be sued for defamation. Not using the ISA – recently much used for nabbing IS supporters and sympathisers.

                Saudi Arabia has Syariah Law. Enough said.

                Do u have any more logical examples with which to regale us?

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        • 27. Oren ganu  |  August 10, 2015 at 4:40 pm

          This Idris Jusoh pun bukan betul tadbirannya masa di Trengganu – dia biadab dengan Sultan Mizan. Orang kampung kenal dengan cara bawakan cowboy dia bila masuk kampung desa.

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          • 28. islam1st  |  August 10, 2015 at 9:55 pm

            RBA!

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          • 29. wawe  |  August 11, 2015 at 4:08 am

            Itu cerita lama, entah ya entah tidak. Rba and the geng ni suka baling batu sembunyi tangan. Tak baik tau, face to face la, kalau berani.
            Dia orang ni juga selalu membabi buta beri remark, unsubstantiated selalu nya. Dalam sepuluh mungkin satu jer betul. Itu pon, may be jer. Maaf la ye. Sekadar menyatakan fakta yang selalu disembunyikan oleh rbeannies.

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      • 30. Miltiades  |  August 10, 2015 at 1:41 pm

        Maybe they should start by introducing computer programming and ICT as compulsory subjects in the Sekolah Kebangsaan!

        Can the government persuade the likes of Facebook, Twitter and Google to base some of their servers in Malaysia, instead of locating them in Singapore?

        But then you would have to give them an ironclad guarantee that their operations would not be censored or restricted.

        Has the government got the stomach for this? Even the Chinese “Great Wall” restricting access to the Internet can be breached.

        So, what “muscle” can the government summon?

        The keyboard warriors who emote here are hopelessly short of solutions.

        Hence their impotent anger……

        And Helen’s ranting – because the free-for-all that is the Internet and social media is indifferent to her “”rantings” that come across as “childish tantrums”.

        Lol……

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        • 31. Helen Ang  |  August 10, 2015 at 2:27 pm

          Your obsession and worship of Singapore is hilarious – macam budak mengidam yang kempunan. Nanti islam1st akan bertanya lagi – dah koyak paspot Malaysia lu ke belum? Hu hu hu …

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          • 32. Leonidasthespartan  |  August 10, 2015 at 2:35 pm

            Oh, I don’t know. They (Singapore) seem to have done quite well for themselves.

            At least, there’s no water rationing in the little red dot. Unlike in some districts in Johor. Which is not a laughing matter.

            Btw – why don’t you highlight the fact that the PM and his wife were among the attendees at Singapore’s National Day Parade yesterday?

            As was the Sultan of Johor and his son the Tunku Makhota.

            Are you saying that they too are “obsessed” with Singapore?

            Hahaha….

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            • 33. Helen Ang  |  August 10, 2015 at 2:39 pm

              The PM and his wife were the VIP guests at the S’pore national day. Were you a VIP invitee to any of the official celebration programmes?

              Kah kah kah kah … you’re can keep on obsessing and maybe the Singaporeans will pay attention to you and give you the treatment they accorded to PM and his wife.

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              • 34. Leonidasthespartan  |  August 10, 2015 at 3:57 pm

                “THE VIP guests” at the Singapore NDP?

                Wah, the way you wrote, it’s as if they were the only VIPs (of note) at the occasion.

                I wonder how you missed out the Sultan of Brunei, the Prime Ministers of Vietnam, Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, the Indonesian V-P, the Chinese V-P, the Deputy PMs of Japan and Australia, the Johor Sultan and the Johor Crown Prince (from a photo in the Singapore Straits Times)?

                A deliberate omission?

                And, no, I wasn’t a “VIP invitee”. But I had a nice overview of the fireworks from a 50th floor room at the Marina Bay Sands Hotel. With room service and all.

                And, also, I don’t need to keep on “obsessing”. This being Singapore, things work….lol.

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                • 35. Helen Ang  |  August 10, 2015 at 4:06 pm

                  If you try hard enough, you might be included among the Malaysian PM, the Sultan of Brunei, the PMs of Vietnam, Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, the Indonesian V-P, the Chinese V-P, the Deputy PMs of Japan and Australia, the Johor Sultan and TMJ for Singapore’s 60th anniversary Independence celebration.

                  And I promise I will not omit your name from the rollcall of honoured VIPs.

                  re: “And, also, I don’t need to keep on ‘obsessing’.”

                  Oh. Let’s see when it is before you feel that unbearable itch to bring up S’pore again. I don’t figure I have too long to wait.

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                  • 36. Leonidasthespartan  |  August 10, 2015 at 4:53 pm

                    Whatever works, Helen.

                    In this case, Singapore.

                    From the publicity it is getting, it’s not doing too bad a job.

                    Unlike, say, Malaysia, which seems to be losing the “PR battle” by repeated “flip flopping”.

                    And that brings us back to what set you off on this thread.

                    Which is that the Oppo and their supporters are winning the “cyber war” hands down.

                    An instance of meritocracy prevailing over fuddy-duddy old-fashioned thinking or a case of the informationally more agile outmanoeuvring the less capable?

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                    • 37. Helen Ang  |  August 10, 2015 at 5:07 pm

                      re: “From the publicity it is getting, it’s not doing too bad a job.”

                      It’s your obsession. And as I predicted, I don’t even have to wait till tomorrow before your compulsion to say something/anything about S’pore grips you.

                      re: “Unlike, say, Malaysia, which seems to be losing the ‘PR battle’ by repeated ‘flip flopping’.”

                      Unfortunately yes.

                      re: “And that brings us back to what set you off on this thread. Which is that the Oppo and their supporters are winning the ‘cyber war’ hands down.”

                      Again, sadly true.

                      re: “An instance of meritocracy prevailing over fuddy-duddy old-fashioned thinking or a case of the informationally more agile outmanoeuvring the less capable?”

                      The upshot is that the Dapster-evangelistas possess a sneakiness and viciousness which other decent people/groups anywhere else in the world are hard-pressed to match, that’s all. There’s no pride to be taken in being ultra kiasu sneaky and vicious.

                    • 38. wawe  |  August 11, 2015 at 5:50 am

                      Cyber war won? the makciks in the kampong don’t give a hoot about this war. nevertheless they are the ones who fill up the ballot boxes.

                • 39. RINA  |  August 10, 2015 at 4:43 pm

                  Leonidasthespartan,

                  National anthem ‘maju Singapura’ depa nyanyi you boleh dengaq from your room ke?

                  Mahal tau hotel kat situ, doksah dok kelentong – You tengah service the 50th floor guest kan?

                  Tak payah dok buat perangai lopong sekadar pandai bohong aje ya.

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                  • 40. islam1st  |  August 10, 2015 at 10:02 pm

                    ‘Leonidasthespartan’

                    Helen, dia ni dengan seekoq lagi kat atas tu, kawan lama kita si Rithmatist tu ka? Dah tukaq ‘kulit’??

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                  • 41. Leonidasthespartan  |  August 11, 2015 at 2:34 pm

                    Why, Rina – I do declare, your asinine comments surpass all understanding.

                    And at 1 Singapore Dollar fetching 2.85 Ringgit, who’s complaining?

                    Not the Singaporeans, for sure. Not the expats who live and work in Singapore.

                    It’s “Majulah Singapura”, in case you didn’t know. And it mentions “Semangat yang baru”. A sentiment that Singaporean Malay-Muslims subscribe to.

                    That must be gall and wormwood to you and your ilk.

                    And what better way to get a rise out of Helen than to post about Singapore?

                    Hahaha.

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                    • 42. Helen Ang  |  August 11, 2015 at 2:45 pm

                      re: “And what better way to get a rise out of Helen than to post about Singapore?”

                      If I cared, I’d blog about Singapore. As it is, I don’t blog about S’pore. You’re just syok sendiri.

                • 43. AE  |  August 11, 2015 at 12:58 am

                  Leonidasthespartan….nice handle but wasted on someone like you.

                  I wonder why singaporeans care so much about helen ang? What is it with her that beholden you lot so much? Is the singaporeans salary is so much that you all can take time during working hours to give comments on her blog? Is your bosses that stupid to let their worker to waste time reading up on helen ang blog and thinking up ways to counter her articles? My singapore have gone a long way since.

                  Are u sure u were in the marina sands? 50th floor? Room service? I dont think you can afford it being on RBA salary…share with us malaysians the nice overview you had of the fireworks. You did snap some pictures right? Some pics of champange bottle perhaps? Or the hooker you paid for that night? Wait….i think a snapshot of the hotel reciept is good enough. If you dont have it then why dont you confess that you are just a stupid RBA that had been paid a pittance to snark in helen ang blog because you dont have a job and need some pocket money…did you get paid by wordcount? Tak perlu pura pura jadi org singapore la wei. Marina sands konon. Pasir utk taik kucing pun tak tentu mampu.

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                  • 44. Leonidasthespartan  |  August 11, 2015 at 5:25 pm

                    Maybe I am not a Singaporean. That’s for you to fathom. I could be an Aussie, a Filipino or a Brit. Or even a Malaysian….lol.

                    I don’t restrict my comments to Helen’s blog (lest she has delusions of grandeur..hahaha). But it’s oddly satisfying to take to task her views about Red Beaners, J Stars, evangelistas and the other targets of her vituperative posts.

                    MBS? Check? Hotel room? Check? Paid for in Sing Dollars? Check? Champagne? Nope – I don’t drink. High-priced hookers? Sorry, bro – I don’t share your predilections.

                    Next…

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                    • 45. AE  |  August 11, 2015 at 7:19 pm

                      Next you can change your handle and try again migrate wannabe….no money, no skill no PR. Can ask hannah yeoh. She got real life experience.

                    • 46. Leonidasthespartan  |  August 12, 2015 at 4:39 pm

                      Capital flight? Itu pun boleh.

                      Migrate? Sure. Wanna join me in exploring the flesh pots of the West with wine, women & song?

                      Skills? Mosey up US$5 million & one can apply for Aussie or US PR.

                      That also u don’t know, ah?

                      Very “tempurung” life there, bro….

                    • 47. islam1st  |  August 12, 2015 at 9:41 pm

                      ‘Migrate? Sure. Wanna join me in exploring the flesh pots of the West with wine, women & song?’

                      Okay stop beating around the bush already. KAD PENGENALAN DAH KOYAK KE BELUM???

            • 48. islam1st  |  August 10, 2015 at 9:58 pm

              ‘(Singapore) seem to have done quite well for themselves.’

              Haiya kawan, itu pulau kecik saja wor. Olang pun tak lamai maa. Galuk2 pun talak bolek. Sini lamai sukak galuk2 maa. Macam mana nak maju!

              Lagi satu ramai sangat PENGKHIANAT! KO DAH KOYAK I/C KE BELUM????

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            • 49. RINA  |  August 11, 2015 at 12:44 am

              ……….the Sultan of Johor and his son the Tunku Makhota.

              Are you saying that they too are “obsessed” with Singapore?……

              ……They sing their national anthem in “Bahasa Melayu”.
              ……Even all the SAF parade square drill instructions are all in Bahasa Melayu…

              Kalau you cerdik pasai apa in BMelayu? Baca la sejarah.

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              • 50. Leonidasthespartan  |  August 11, 2015 at 5:00 pm

                And your point is…..

                Duh…

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          • 51. wawe  |  August 11, 2015 at 4:13 am

            Teringin nak tengok puak ni koyak passport beramai-ramai kat Tambak johor. jangan lupa inform kita orang. bukan apa, nak join celebrate dan buat kenduri doa selamat.

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            • 52. Setem  |  August 11, 2015 at 9:07 am

              In low yat forum, I always “encouraged” those who claimed to have left Malaysia to “koyak their passports” as soon as they landed at whichever heavenly destinations they chose to be.

              And the responses I got, were downright priceless! At times it is fun to poke them once in a while.

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        • 53. grkumar  |  August 10, 2015 at 6:17 pm

          The fact is that Najib is not as aggressive as he ought to be and ought to have been to nip this thing in the bud. The level of offensive commentary by not just the Hannah Yeoh’s but also the various other blogs online who claim to be advancing the causes of justice, democracy and free speech is now a staple of the opposition.

          DS Najib still has the upper hand if he chooses to exercise it and crack the whip. Defamation suits against a very large number of people including the online media would be a way to go. This is because even if DS Najib did receive 2.6 billion peanuts, no one has by any acceptable legal standard proved that what he received is the result of a corrupt act and or in breach of any existing law.

          He would have a field day suing them because speculation and a belief in something you say which is wrong or unproven but at the same time defamatory of another is actionable and without defence except perhaps the defence of the truth. And unless the case against DS Najib is proved there is no defence of truth.

          There is a well known “journalist” cum “lawyer” parading as a constitutional expert attacking anyone who challenges the veracity and validity of these allegations against DS Najib as being “UMNO Cybertroopers and Bootlickers”. Such is the desperation of the opposition to be believed that they will turn an argument into a quarrel and an insults and name calling fest.

          It is up the current government to censor the media because the media especially the large body of it in opposition hands and in the hands of their supporters practice censorship anyway. No harm done to do away with Facebook or any other social media.

          Man doth not live by social media alone.

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          • 54. Helen Ang  |  August 10, 2015 at 7:14 pm

            re: “The fact is that Najib is not as aggressive as he ought to be and ought to have been to nip this thing in the bud.”

            Agree. Hope he toughens up through sheer force of necessity and starts to chew them up. We want a war general! The lieutenants have already been picked. Methinks ARD and SSK are good choices. Maybe Azalina too.

            Just awaiting the war general to get into shape.

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        • 55. AE  |  August 11, 2015 at 1:30 am

          Hmm still belittling others? Mother father never teach one.

          Why do we need facebook, twitter or google place server in malaysia? Does it hugely contribute to singaporeans gdp? Malaysian still get all that,no servers needed.
          Solution to RBA is easy. Trace them, cuff them and throw in jail. But all these anchovies we dont care especially those who use Anonymous handle to comments in blogs. Not many people read that anyway. I usually scroll through…very tiring to read them coward anon or mili or leo blabs about singapore. I know u all not singaporeans so quit already.

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      • 56. Leonidasthespartan  |  August 10, 2015 at 5:01 pm

        Or just not interested in competition and globalisation?

        Why bother to go out and compete when stuff is handed to you on a plate?

        “Tidak apa-thy” writ large?

        Where are the bright young sparks in Isma and Perkasa? Surely they have the expertise to mix it up in cyberspace with the Oppo?

        Or are they backing down from taking on and mastering cyberspace, thereby ceding victory to the other side through default?

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        • 57. Helen Ang  |  August 10, 2015 at 5:08 pm

          Perkasa are playing kissy-kissy with the Peaceful and Harmonious Christians. Ceding victory to the other side through own goal.

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        • 58. islam1st  |  August 10, 2015 at 10:08 pm

          ‘Or are they backing down from taking on and mastering cyberspace, thereby ceding victory to the other side through default?’

          Brader, lu jangan jadi bodo sangat. Perkasa ngan Isma kerja depa kat cyberspace bukan untuk jilat buntot Najib. So bila Najib nak UMNO lawan kat sosial media dia bukan harap kat Perkasa ngan Isma. Tolong baca sama jangan nak pakai tembak ikut suka kepala lutut hang tu!

          Hang tempak salah tempat! Tu la bodoh sombong ini la jadinya. Kecik2 tak mau… besaq bagi orang susah…

          ‘Why bother to go out and compete when stuff is handed to you on a plate?’

          Awat semua Melayu kat Malaysia goyang kaki, tak pi kerja, MAKAN DUIT CINA SAJA KA??

          Ada statistik?

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          • 59. Leonidasthespartan  |  August 11, 2015 at 5:08 pm

            Ooh….there are exceptions.

            Like those Malaysians (Malays included) who commute daily to work in Singapore.

            I have spoken to some of them. They have my respect and admiration.

            Why? Because they are willing to put with discomfort and hardship on a daily basis to support their families. And because they can compare and contrast Malaysia with Singapore.

            So, who are you running down? Me? I don’t subscribe to your views, so it’s no biggie.

            Statistics? Go and ask the government for them!

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            • 60. islam1st  |  August 11, 2015 at 8:14 pm

              ‘Like those Malaysians (Malays included) who commute daily to work in Singapore.’

              Owhh ony these people kerja and the rest goyang kaki all day long, is it?

              PANDAI LA YIOU! MANA SEKOLA???

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              • 61. Leonidasthespartan  |  August 12, 2015 at 4:17 pm

                U said it, bro.

                Realities biting hard?

                Are u one of the “goyang kaki” tribe, seeing as how everything is made easy for u?

                Take a trip to Singapore and talk to the Malaysian Malays working there.

                That also cannot, ah?

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                • 62. islam1st  |  August 12, 2015 at 9:43 pm

                  ‘Are u one of the “goyang kaki” tribe, seeing as how everything is made easy for u?’

                  Ya lor. I goyang kaki all day, waiting for you and your ancestors to give me makan!

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  • 63. jawab  |  August 10, 2015 at 9:28 am

    I have been living in subang jaya for more than 12 years. Nowadays hannah yeoh and wong chen is everywhere. I never see local rep from mca or umno or mic anymore. I’m not sure whether they are doing nothing, people don’t invite them or not enough publicity.

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    • 64. Helen Ang  |  August 10, 2015 at 10:24 am

      Personality cult.

      If you’re overheard saying something negative in public about their beloved idol, I wonder what the brain-addled, J-Juiced Jerusubangites would do to you.

      Shades of the Third Reich and Fuhrer worship / peer pressure / mind control.

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  • 65. C72  |  August 10, 2015 at 10:03 am

    The RBA is not big but what they’re good at is to “infect” people to do their dirty work for them.

    Actually, the govt doesn’t need its own cybertroopers.. such an exercise will eventually go out of control. What they should do is this: all statements made by ministers et al are either pre prepared or recorded verbatim. Post all of them online, all the time. Any media that even so much as twist, misquote or frame comments out of context – issue show cause or sue.

    Besides, the UMNO cyber trooper army already exists and doing a rather dismal job.

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    • 66. Helen Ang  |  August 10, 2015 at 10:19 am

      Lots of rabid, foaming-at-the-mouth fans severely “infect”ed by one overweight S’gor YB. The hysterical lynch mobs can be traced to the cause (precipitating issue touching on/upsetting the said YB).

      Evangelical churches are the vector.

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  • 67. jawab  |  August 10, 2015 at 11:16 am

    This happened a couple of years back. I occasionally take bus to work because of parking woes. While at the bus stop, an mpsj hired foreign worker was sweeping and collecting rubbish. Suddenly a chinese auntie whom i have never spoken to but a regular face at the bus stop said that subang jaya is now cleaner thanks to hannah yeoh. I only smiled. Personally i don’t see any difference from lee hwa beng’s time in terms of public cleanliness. Personality cult indeed. The buddhist org in subang jaya is active in charity work, not sure how political they are. The evangelists i think uses more generic names for their work or event, without any strong indications of their faith affiliation.

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    • 68. Helen Ang  |  August 10, 2015 at 11:29 am

      re: “Personally i don’t see any difference from lee hwa beng’s time in terms of public cleanliness.”

      Positive perception among the Chinese is overwhelmingly in favour of the DAP. To extrapolate on your cleanliness/”Bersih” anecdote, even the DAP fart will come out smelling of roses to the Chinese nose.

      At macro (national) level, it doesn’t help that the Umno prez is on the ropes with so much negativity surrounding him.

      But the 90 percent Chinese blind faith bias towards the oppo is a problem esp. now when PAS and Umno are moving closer and closer to unity. We’re creating a combustible socio-political imbalance, particularly when the Chinese have become impervious to reason and logic.

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      • 69. Sarah  |  August 10, 2015 at 1:22 pm

        And no one mentioning how seremban and N.Sembilan getting cleaner and more systematically in rubbish management. Guess you know why is it right? If by BN no credit worth giving. If by PR especially DAP the credit need to be shouting on top of mount Everest

        :dsarah

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      • 70. bnm  |  August 10, 2015 at 1:40 pm

        re: particularly when the Chinese have become impervious to reason and logic.

        Najib’s 2.6 bil is considered as donation by MACC. Teoh Beng Hock was investigated by MACC and died (whether by murder or suicide) for allegedly misuse RM2-3k. Where is the reason and logic in these 2 cases?

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        • 71. Helen Ang  |  August 10, 2015 at 2:32 pm

          No good reason for TBH’s harsh interrogation and his death is tragic. LKS seems to have forgotten this fact.

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          • 72. bnm  |  August 10, 2015 at 7:47 pm

            Sorry. Don’t get your point. If you don’t mind, please clarify.

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            • 73. AE  |  August 11, 2015 at 9:51 am

              Spelling out things for bnm. LKS and DAP were very vocal in TBH case against SPRM. SPRM was like the demon they need to exorcise from this plane of existance.

              But now “solidarity love love muah muah you are the hero of the people please save us” treatment is given by DAP. Same people, same job scope, the only difference is the case they are handling is beneficial to opposition.

              Lim Kit Snake and Democratic Action Phython already forgotten Teoh Beng Whocaresanymore for political mileage and photo op with SPRM. Kinda scary to think of the consequences having such amnesiac serpents ruling over. But 90% chinese is okay with this, reason or not, logic or not.

              Btw declaring derma doesnt stop the investigation unless najib jumps off SPRM office windows.

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  • 74. Mulan Malaysia  |  August 10, 2015 at 12:00 pm

    It is really十面埋伏 for Ajib-ko. You have the DAP, Evangelistas, internal ang mo and now your kissy kissy neighbour.

    K Shanmugam Sc is a present day Singapore minister and he had this nasty posting to celebrate Singapore’s 50th year. He is Minister for Foreign Affairs, Minister for Law.

    “I was in Kuala Lumpur earlier this week for the 48th ASEAN Foreign Ministers’ Meeting and Related Meetings.

    The Meetings were held in Putra World Trade Centre. It is an UMNO building which has a long series of murals capturing parts of Malaysian history.

    These murals are quite famous. One of the murals depicts Mr Lee Kuan Yew and the Separation.

    One of my officers said that in many ways, the mural captures some Malaysian perspective on Singapore.

    The mural shows an angry Tunku pointing a finger, telling Mr Lee to go. The Tunku is portrayed in heroic terms towering over Mr Lee.

    My officer said that Mr Lee was portrayed almost like a devious person, slinking away with Singapore.

    I was not so sure. Another perspective could be that it showed Mr Lee as being scared and worried as he walked away with Singapore, after being booted out.”

    See how he berates our dear Tunku. …”The Tunku is portrayed in heroic terms towering over Mr Lee.My officer said that Mr Lee was portrayed almost like a devious person, slinking away with Singapore.”

    Look at the comments. Even Malaysian berate our country. This makes me pissed.
    “Kalaivaanan Murty Dear Sir,

    I’m a young Malaysian who read about the nations’ history by the textbooks, textbooks with words that was dictated upon us and as the saying goes ‘History is written by winners’ they won and they wrote it. The mural painting is not a Malaysian perspective, its the perspective of a particular party that wrote the history to its advantage. Rational Malaysian will always look up to Singapore as a fine example of good governance and I too have great aspirations to see Malaysia on par with Singapore one fine day. Happy Independence Day to all Singaporeans and enjoy the celebration.”

    Apa nak di kata? To me this Singapore seems like a jilted divorced wife who is out to get her ex hubby. Something like an Alexis Carrington kind of person. But worst of all, even Malaysian help Singapore berate us. You noticed the blame UMNO point of Kalaivaanan Murty .

    十面埋伏

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    • 75. Mulan Malaysia  |  August 10, 2015 at 12:12 pm

      Did you see the flying red rocket in the mural?

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      • 76. Miltiades  |  August 10, 2015 at 1:33 pm

        Well….Najib and Rosmah were in Singapore yesterday to attend the republic’s 50th Anniversary celebrations – the National Day Parade at the Padang.

        Along with a bunch of foreign dignitaries including HRH Sultan of Johor and HRH The Crown Prince of Johor, the Thai PM, Cambodian PM, Sultan of Brunei, the Indonesian V-P, the Australian Deputy PM among others.

        Looks like Singapore has a lot of friends in high places!

        And did you read the messages penned by Najib and Lee Hsien Loong in the Singapore Sunday Times yesterday 9 August?

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        • 77. Helen Ang  |  August 10, 2015 at 2:29 pm

          What has Najib’s visit to Singapore gotta do with the DAP’s Red Bean Army since you appear to be drawing some kind of inference?

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          • 78. Leonidasthespartan  |  August 10, 2015 at 2:44 pm

            The “inference” must be in your imagination.

            What #Miltiades posted was a reported fact.

            Didn’t the Mulan Malaysia character start the comments about Singapore?

            Seems like a major case of “sour grapes” – that Singapore that was asked to leave Malaysia actually succeeded in making it on it’s own.

            More so because Singaporean Malays are no longer looking at Malaysia as a “role model”. That must be tough for the “abangs” to digest that the “adeks” have all grown up and no longer need rights, protection, preferences etc.

            Sticks in your craw, doesn’t it?

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            • 79. Helen Ang  |  August 10, 2015 at 2:53 pm

              re: “What #Miltiades posted was a reported fact.”

              Yes, what you posted about Najib & Wife joining in the S’pore celebration is fact but again, what is the connection between their presence on the island republic and the Red Bean Army which is the subject of this posting?

              You’re just obsessed with Singapore and must compulsively mention the Little Red Dot to make comparisons that are derogatory to M’sia.

              re: “Seems like a major case of “sour grapes” – that Singapore that was asked to leave Malaysia actually succeeded in making it on it’s own.”

              The Malay commenters in my blog don’t obsessively bring up Singapore. But they can all see clearly that you do. Your own personal obsession is tragi-comic to the point that it’s become laughable.

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            • 80. Mulan Malaysia  |  August 10, 2015 at 3:19 pm

              “The mural painting is not a Malaysian perspective, its the perspective of a particular party that wrote the history to its advantage.”

              This makes me sick to the bones. Every opportunity the DAP lovers will berate UMNO. It doesn’t stop and best of all who started this berate on Tunku…. a Singapore minister.

              The hate which is planted on UMNO is now time immemorial. Even Tunku is not spared.

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            • 81. islam1st  |  August 10, 2015 at 10:11 pm

              ‘More so because Singaporean Malays are no longer looking at Malaysia as a “role model”.’

              We don’t give a fuck la brader. Ko butthurt tak habis2 apasal? Babi pet ko mati ke?

              ‘That must be tough for the “abangs” to digest that the “adeks” have all grown up and no longer need rights, protection, preferences etc.’

              Huh? Mabok ke soh hai??

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              • 82. Leonidasthespartan  |  August 11, 2015 at 5:12 pm

                Good to know, bro.

                It’s so easy to get you riled up. Must be the weak spots showing.

                Anyway, keep at it, bro.

                And keep on hoping that there will always be people willing to believe Malaysia’s “value proposition”.

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                • 83. islam1st  |  August 11, 2015 at 8:17 pm

                  ‘And keep on hoping that there will always be people willing to believe Malaysia’s “value proposition”.’

                  And why not? YOU PEOPLE ARE STILL AROUND WHAT?

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                  • 84. Leonidasthespartan  |  August 12, 2015 at 4:19 pm

                    Yes, but maybe no capital flight.

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        • 85. shamshul anuar  |  August 10, 2015 at 4:01 pm

          Miltiades,

          Many foreign dignataries attended Malaysia 50’s independent birthday bash too.

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  • 86. AK47  |  August 10, 2015 at 12:43 pm

    Ms H. The best the Gomen can do is to be fair to all. TAX THE RM 2 INCORPORATED CHURCHES ESTBLISHED AFTER 1970 BUT NOT THOSE WHICH WERE INCORPORATED BEFORE THIS DATE. PLUS GST AS WELL. And tax these RM 2 incorporated churches RETROSPECTIVELY TO 1970 AS WELL. Plenty of MONEY MONEY MONEY HERE.

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    • 87. bnm  |  August 10, 2015 at 1:40 pm

      What about Najib’s 2.6 bil donation?

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      • 88. AK47  |  August 10, 2015 at 8:04 pm

        bnm. These fake evangelists are just making MONEY MONEY MONEY and should be taxed. I had a sister-in-law who formed her own RM 2 incorporated church and made millions of ringgits which she invested in London properties. She was only a hair-rinser in an Imbi Road hair salon from Bentong, Pahang. I have a cousin who is head abbess of a temple and rides in a golden Mercedes. What say you bnm ?

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        • 89. bnm  |  August 11, 2015 at 8:33 am

          Authorities should go and hunt for all these RM2 church. Lack of action indicates the inefficiency of the authorities. In fact, you can do your part as responsible Msian. Gather evidence, photos etc and hand it over to authorities.

          Now what about Najib’s RM2.6 bil?

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          • 90. Helen Ang  |  August 11, 2015 at 10:17 am

            re: “Now what about Najib’s RM2.6 bil?”

            Tax it, ha ha. (Just kidding)

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            • 91. bnm  |  August 11, 2015 at 6:50 pm

              re: Tax it…..

              Not a tax expert. There may be a basis to tax donation money that went into personal account as income tax. Read Tun M’s link:

              http://chedet.cc/?p=1817

              Assuming the tax treatment is the same, Najib could have committed a tax crime. What say you?

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  • 95. Sarah  |  August 10, 2015 at 1:14 pm

    Helen,

    The way I see it, this people’s always have a guts to trying to justify their conducts. When you catch them they will change their tune. Usually by deamining a person personality or simply call other persons macai or penjilat.

    Now supporters and non supporters of government whose being tired of politics 24/7 in their fb and tweet, fight back.

    They’re comments like “I’m not a government supporters and why you calling me macai just because I’m giving credit for something worth mentioning doing by government”. This type of people’s growing in such a fast-paced that it is alarming to some quarters.

    Believes it when I told you, in the FB right now, they’re are two doctors whom for a reasons just because they’re supporters of government getting famous. Their posting at some point will go viral. They also bashing a political figures whom they see as wasting a public funds. Oh and one of them really have a hate relationship with maza whom he see as pengadu domba but still receiving salary from government.

    Their posting was interesting and highlights what government has done and at the same times doing a good job in bashing a PR supporters whom they view as RIP.

    this type of professional whom going into FB simply because they’re tired of what they see as the injustice to PM. They acknowledged he is not perfect but they see the alternative is worst. They are the mid 30 and early 40 people’s.

    This two doctors getting a lot of supporters. And not surprising come from professional.

    as such, You’ll see a report of FB is not the in’s trend right now. When more and more this silence voice entering the game, I’m not shocked when one of this day they’ll announce that the youngsters not interested in FB anymore.

    :psarah

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    • 96. C72  |  August 10, 2015 at 3:10 pm

      It’s true, FB is not as popular with the younger generation now that their parents and grandparents are on it too. Now it is Instagram , Snapchat and Vimeo … Youtube is having a resurgence. Twitter is slowing down in terms of new sign ups.

      On FB, people like LSS, WANMZ (we are not Malaysian zombies) and Saiful Baharom are gaining traction against the wild accusations and emotional political spin. But they still have a relatively small audience …

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      • 97. HH  |  August 10, 2015 at 7:35 pm

        Sarah

        The crux of the argument here is not ‘vocal’ political supporters but those who receive renumeration for peddling certain narratives sanctioned by their paymaster to the public.

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        • 98. Helen Ang  |  August 10, 2015 at 8:10 pm

          Since you’re making the comment in my blog, why don’t you name names instead of making sly insinuations. I dare you. Otherwise you’re proven the sneaky bastard I’ve said that you are.

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          • 99. HH  |  August 10, 2015 at 9:07 pm

            Do cybertroopers/RBA/paid commentators have names or a face to boot?

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  • 100. tiredofhypocrites  |  August 10, 2015 at 2:08 pm

    With all the allegations hanging over his head, the serious loss of credibility locally….this is what he has come up with to distract the attention of the Malaysian public? Well done, Najib!

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  • 101. musangking  |  August 10, 2015 at 7:01 pm

    Dear Helan,

    I’m jaded by al-jibby. Nowadays, I switch channels everytime i see his face on tv so that i dont have to hear his swindling voice. You see, i had such high hopes for him when he entered office but since then, generally all of his policies have failed miserably. Not even a shadow of a star, out of 5.

    Governance, accountibility & transparency? Ask the transferred -retransferred MACC officers.
    1msia? Lowyat.
    pr1ma? Does anybody know how many houses have actually been built & received ccc’s?
    permata & its 700mil budget? I have yet to see even its signboard.
    1m4u? Car number plates? Really??
    1mdb? Dont even wanna go there.. today stock market & ringgit continue downward spiral i heard.

    I’ve always considered myself right-of-centre & have tirelessly supporting the establishment, warts & all. Not because they’re angels but better the devil you know then the bigger nastier devil that you dont. So, GE13 was a near miss.

    But this time around, if al-jibby is still being proped-up by his 1mdb kitchen cabinet & ayam-4u warlords, GE14 will be a foregone conclusion. You know the facts & figures; 2% swing of middle-malay votes will translate into a simple majority for the oppo.

    I get tired looking at these snivelling warlords & their utterly nonsensical public comments. Some of them dont have a single clue as to how far they’re detached from the makcik selling kueh at pasar malam that voted for them. Someone should remind them, but apprently none did.

    I dont know how they can look at themselves in the mirror every day and continue defending the indefensible.

    Its an arduous mental exercise, this. Mentally preparing for the day when even level-headed Malays, out of spite, vote the opposition just to kick out al-jibby & his entourage. You know the Malays, marahkan nyamuk, bakar rumah sendiri.

    Call me fatalistic, but unless a miracle happens, maybe you should start too. Me, im still jaded.

    Rgds.

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    • 102. Helen Ang  |  August 10, 2015 at 8:25 pm

      Dear musangking,

      re: “You see, i had such high hopes for him when he entered office but since then, generally all of his policies have failed miserably.”

      So did Hindraf in placing their hopes on the MoU-blueprint. But thus far, they’ve not hit out at Najib despite practically everybody doing so at this juncture. We can try to rise above our personal disappointments.

      re: “today stock market & ringgit continue downward spiral i heard.”

      I read that other currencies have also dropped against the dollar. Aussie dollar is one.

      re: “Not because they’re angels but better the devil you know then the bigger nastier devil that you dont.”

      The bigger nastier devil is also the sneaky bastard.

      re: “So, GE13 was a near miss.”

      If Najib had not raised the ample funds, BN could have lost GE13. “Donations” should be a collective responsibility of all contesting MPs and not just Najib alone, don’t you think?

      re: “You know the facts & figures; 2% swing of middle-malay votes will translate into a simple majority for the oppo.”

      It doesn’t help that Tun is the wrecking ball who is being very destructive of Najib-Umno and hence of the BN’s chances in the next election.

      re: “I get tired looking at these snivelling warlords & their utterly nonsensical public comments.”

      The oppo warlords are worse. How about Nga – the DAP Perak warlord, and Teresa the Dragon Lady?

      re: “Some of them dont have a single clue as to how far they’re detached from the makcik selling kueh at pasar malam that voted for them.”

      None of the BN Yang Berhormats can be as detached as Zaid Ibrahim from the makcik selling kueh at pasar malam.

      re: “I dont know how they can look at themselves in the mirror every day and continue defending the indefensible.”

      They did with Anwar’s Sept 16 enticement to crossover.

      re: It’s an arduous mental exercise, this. Mentally preparing for the day when even level-headed Malays, out of spite, vote the opposition just to kick out al-jibby & his entourage.”

      That would be disastrous. I assure you the Lim Dynasty would be much worse.

      re: “You know the Malays, marahkan nyamuk, bakar rumah sendiri.”

      Then you’ll be driven out of your land, like the Malays on Penang island.

      re: “Call me fatalistic, but unless a miracle happens, maybe you should start too.”

      You know me. I swim hard against the tide :D

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  • 103. HH  |  August 10, 2015 at 7:20 pm

    It seems astroturfing is illegal and Samsung was penalized by the Taiwan court for paid comments bad mouthing their competitors.

    http://abcnews.go.com/Technology/samsung-fined-paying-people-criticize-htcs-products/story?id=20671547

    Paid political apologists are not good news. It does not matter which side are doing their bidding, it benefits not the ordinary masses.

    Companies/political parties deploy paid opinions as their stratagem to influence and shape public opinions are in essence singling out the public as schmucks. Those who opined it is fair game because it is ‘my side’ doing it are erroneously identifying themselves as complacent collaborators lending justification for companies/political parties to impede voices of genuine commentators.

    The authorities should look into allegations of such practices. Attempting to win the battle of low is not the answer.

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    • 104. Helen Ang  |  August 10, 2015 at 7:35 pm

      I think you are very low (opportunistic) to ride on populist hate sentiments of the moment, including riding the tide against me and my admittedly unpopular views.

      And I’m way too classy to deflect your cheap shots back at you. I think you’ve revealed your nature quite enough already all by yourself – very RBA-ish like I pointed out in this very post with the example of “Mr.F” in the article above. Only I’m nice enough to add the caveat for everyone’s info that you’re not RBA.

      In fact, I’m even willing to grant that you’re a “voice of the genuine commentator” for the other side (evangelistas) who has been allowed to remark unimpeded in my blog. Cheers and God Bless.

      Next time you have an opinion contrary to the oppo mainstream, try tweeting @hannahyeoh.

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      • 105. HH  |  August 10, 2015 at 9:01 pm

        Why would I holding a contrarian view on paid-commentators be construed as a personal attack on you?

        I don’t like the notion of people being paid to influence the masses. That is just me.

        Your views, regardless if it is mainstream or otherwise are yours. This is afterall your blog.

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        • 106. Helen Ang  |  August 10, 2015 at 9:35 pm

          Fine, if you choose to prudently sidestep.

          I can’t vouch for everyone who comments here and I don’t wanna make accusations except for the occasional and blatant RBAs which I try to crosscheck as best I can.

          Generally, I accept that the vast majority who comment here are genuine and some are a great help to me b’cos obviously I alone can’t read and monitor everything that crops up daily.

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      • 107. AC-DC  |  August 12, 2015 at 1:31 pm

        “And I’m way too classy to…”

        Look at the conceited self-praise emanating from this one.

        Umno already has a multimillion ringgit armada of paid bloggers, and social media hacks at its disposal, not to mention the might of the mainstream newspapers and television. But the bloggers and social media activists have been largely ineffectual, to the point their leader even branded them as ‘bangang’.

        And now there is a clear split in Umno with the Najib camp to one side, and Mahathir’s camp on the other. To his credit, the Tun has his own army of supporters within Umno who are short of worshipping the ground he walked on.

        Amusing that we are now seeing commenters being accused of being a so-called Red Bean operative, including Malay ones. Perhaps Najib needs a Witchfinder General on his propaganda team to randomly accuse critics of being Red Bean operatives. Let us see how long it will be before people such as Syed Akbar Ali are accused of being a non-Muslim Red Bean agent.

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        • 108. Helen Ang  |  August 12, 2015 at 3:35 pm

          You’re being very muddled, like ais kacang all mixed up.

          My stand is clear. Previously we had to choose (if we wanted to vote). I chose BN.

          Now we have to choose again. I choose Najib. I’d already said this before TSMY was sacked, see https://helenang.wordpress.com/2015/07/27/my-ten-either-or-choices/ Deal with with.

          If you wanna call me “conceited”, that’s your prerogative. It’s not libellous. I don’t, at least, go around calling other people “low class”.

          As for SAA, he was the blogger that the Umno prez had in mind when he blurted out “bangang”. We in the bloggers circle know this and SAA himself has admitted to it.

          Najib vented “bangang” because he thought/was under the impression that SAA was on the PMO (or Umno) payroll. SAA has denied this. I believe him.

          So quit with the HH-ish insinuations already. I don’t recall that I’ve ever called you a “sneaky bastard” as yet. Don’t make me start … you’re better than that. Stay classy, will ya?

          Btw, I don’t think you’re an evangelista or a Dapster either (so I hope that you won’t absorb their despicable traits). You’re just a troll – most annoyingly trolling my blog.

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        • 109. AC-DC  |  August 12, 2015 at 4:35 pm

          “Now we have to choose again. I choose Najib. I’d already said this before TSMY was sacked, see https://helenang.wordpress.com/2015/07/27/my-ten-either-or-choices/ Deal with with.”

          Deal with it, you mean?

          Previously you were quite supportive of Mahathir, Mukhriz, and to an extent, Muhiyiddin. Then all in a quick matter of months, switch sides to Najib. Ignore the 1MDB fiasco, ignore the questionable donations of RM2.6 billion in his own personal account, just keep calm, and carry on bashing the DAP and other phantom enemies.

          “I don’t, at least, go around calling other people “low class”.”

          You do call them ‘bastards’ and other names.

          “As for SAA, he was the blogger that the Umno prez had in mind when he blurted out “bangang”. We in the bloggers circle know this and SAA himself has admitted to it.

          Najib vented “bangang” because he thought/was under the impression that SAA was on the PMO (or Umno) payroll. SAA has denied this. I believe him.”

          Just to clarify, Najib mentioned “bloggers” (plural) not “blogger” during that infamous “bangang” speech. So if Syed Akbar was a target in Najib’s public outburst, he was not the only one.

          In fact you were also miffed at the speech. For instance…

          https://helenang.wordpress.com/2014/11/30/panglima-perang-yang-tembak-laskarnya-sendiri/

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          • 110. Helen Ang  |  August 12, 2015 at 6:10 pm

            re: “Previously you were quite supportive of Mahathir”

            Yup. Thought he was the only person in the whole country capable of stopping the DAP juggernaut. But today, LKS wants to make Tun the DAP’s new BFF.

            re: “Mukhriz”

            Still am. You didn’t notice meh, that I put Mukhriz at the top of my sidebar only just a couple of days ago.

            re: “and to an extent, Muhiyiddin”

            I’m not a Firster. There’s no reason for me to get hysterical and scream that he’s a “Malay First”. Plus TSMY is anti-PPSMI and so am I.

            re: “Then all in a quick matter of months, switch sides to Najib.”

            Yup. I switched to Najib.

            It may be the rebellion that will last only “a quick matter of months”. I’m betting that Najib will lead BN into 2018. So I’m taking the long view and thinking of the years ahead when I shall still be relevant and remain in the game.

            But if the rebels and the oppo should win, then my gamble would have been a misplaced bet. We shall see. However, I was right in my last call that the Erdogans would be wiped out in the PAS election. I pride myself that I have a stronger grasp of realpolitik. That’s why I’m the writer and you’re my reader.

            re: “Ignore the 1MDB fiasco”

            Aiyah, aren’t you the one always complaining that I’m so boring and one-track – always writing repetitively only about You-Know-Who and recycling You-Know-What stories. If it’s already acknowledged by all you detractors that I’m single-minded and ignoring everything except my favourite bugbears, then what is so unusual for me to ignore 1MDB?

            Don’t tell me that you’re gonna complain how I’ve ignored climate change and global warming, while the other fella complains I ignore Syria and Greece.

            re: “ignore the questionable donations of RM2.6 billion in his own personal account”

            It’s likely frozen in a S’pore bank. What else you want me to say?

            re: “just keep calm”

            I deserve many kudos for my calm and collected-ness and strong self-discipline.

            re: “and carry on bashing the DAP”

            Urm, it’s Perkasa Week and no bashing, only fluttering pink hearts and mushy love songs.

            re: “and other phantom enemies”

            RBAs are real. https://helenang.wordpress.com/2015/08/11/dap-super-cyberbully/#comment-156241

            Med Chang is a real person. She used to work in the Star Media Group. You can see her photo in the DAP website.

            re: “You do call them ‘bastards’ and other names.”

            I call them SNEAKY BASTARDS.

            re: “Just to clarify, Najib mentioned ‘bloggers’ (plural) not ‘blogger’ during that infamous ‘bangang’ speech. So if Syed Akbar was a target in Najib’s public outburst, he was not the only one.”

            He probably thinks AKJ is too, and shouldn’t be “anti” given the Datuk’s career background. PM is quite clueless.

            re: “In fact you were also miffed at the speech. For instance… https://helenang.wordpress.com/2014/11/30/panglima-perang-yang-tembak-laskarnya-sendiri/

            Yup. My post is/was self-explanatory. The ‘war general’ hurt the feelings of a lot of his troops – the Malay pro-establishment blogosphere and Facebook warriors were upset and demoralized across the board.

            I’ve already said: Tun commands devoted loyalty (as a comparison). At the rate Najib was shooting at his own men, come 2018 he’ll be charging into the battlefield and when he turns around, he will find that there are no foot soldiers behind him.

            But I didn’t anticipate the current 1MDB saga. Hence sooner than I expected or anticipated, the Umno prez is now finding himself lacking troops and faring badly in the war of perception altho’ the reality is that things are not as bad as the critics are portraying it to be.

            The doomsday spin on rinngit currency slide is one example. Emo people will support Tun and the oppo. The calmer people will remain more collected. Unfortunately herd instinct tends to favour panic.

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  • 111. Rania  |  August 10, 2015 at 10:17 pm

    Najib nak lawan RBA atau nak senyapkan kritikan ke atas dirinya sendiri di alam maya?

    Jika sebelum ni bertalu2 serangan ke atas UMNO & BN dijalankan, Najib hanya bersikap “tak apa”, tetapi sekarang bila kedudukan sendiri makin rapuh, baru terkial2 untuk ‘menentang RBA’.

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    • 112. Helen Ang  |  August 10, 2015 at 10:48 pm

      I agree with your assessment Rania but we shan’t look a gift horse in the mouth. I’m very glad that he finally declared war on the RBA pabila terkena batang hidung sendiri dan setelah sekian lama bersikap acuh tak acuh.

      On a personal level, you can guess how happy I am that he’s ordered Umno to attack the Dapsters, right. I mean for years I’ve been shouting in the wind.

      But Najib must remember that The J-Star Nest of Evangelistas is even more lethal than the Red Beanies. I hope anyone reading this with cables to the top will remind the powers that be.

      I repeat: The two-faced EvangeliSTAR is a bigger threat to Najib, Umno and the BN than the DAP cybertroopers. Very important. Pls take note!

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      • 113. C72  |  August 11, 2015 at 11:42 am

        The Star is a big money generator for BN. They are willing to let it continue its charade of seeming “neutral/pro-urban/pro-oppo” as long as the advertising dollars keep rolling in.

        Blinded by materialism.

        Come to think of it, it’s quite amusing … The chattering classes are enthralled by the Star and its stable of tweeting twits generating headlines and anger in equal measures but in the end, these haters are giving money to whom? The MCA! Who is most likely laughing all the way to the bank.

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  • 114. grkumar  |  August 11, 2015 at 10:59 am

    The tax laws and corporations act has to be revised to ensure charities or charitable institutions who are given tax free status are real. There is a definition for real in this sense. They ought to have a qualified pastor not some Jinjang otr Thumby with a flair for shouting to people already distressed with their lot in life. It ought to demand regular detailed returns which these churches do not provide. They provide broad brush returns doctored y accountants whoa ct irresponsibly for a fee in assisting with the fraud.

    In the US and other western countries there is an abundance of documented evidence of their frauds, their sleight of hand tricks in “curing people” from incurable diseases, in providing social services “for free” which should read “for fee” and regular audits ought to be conducted on each of these churches 20 years old and younger.

    The older churches and the more established ones are in fact assisting authorities in the US, Britain, Canada and Australia to uot these frauds. Benni Hin stands atop this mess of rogues.

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    • 115. HH  |  August 11, 2015 at 1:27 pm

      Gkumar

      What you are advocating has already been covered by the existing law governing Malaysian churches. The required conditions imposed on the churches are no different from those asked for in the running of a Sendirian Berhad company.

      As for insinuations of wrong doing, churches are held just as accountable by the authorities as any private owned companies. There is definitely no double standard nor latitude accorded to these religious institutions on basis of their so-called higher calling. ROS has the authority to scrutinize church records and unless there are irregularities and charges pressed, there is no basis for anyone to allege otherwise.

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      • 116. islam1st  |  August 11, 2015 at 8:20 pm

        Yes meh? Sekali ROS mahu datang, sekali sudah riuh sekampung! Siap suruh ROS bagi sebab kenapa nak datang melawat. Waah banyak besar itu kepala??

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        • 117. HH  |  August 11, 2015 at 9:54 pm

          Islam1st

          What give rise to your mocking skeptism justice will not be served?

          You assuming certain dereliction on the part of the authorities or the lack of faith in our current due process?

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          • 118. AE  |  August 11, 2015 at 11:09 pm

            I assume it is a dereliction on the part of the church and the church’s lack of faith in the current due process.

            In view of our zeal for transparent political funding, we should also give MACC power to verify religious body accounts. We wouldn’t want any pop star rising from donation to church or temple like your home country CHC. Or foreign donation with strings attached.

            Quite sure MACC would need a dedicated dept for this. A large one perhaps.

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            • 119. HH  |  August 12, 2015 at 10:48 am

              AE

              Quote: I assume it is a dereliction on the part of the church and the church’s lack of faith in the current due process.

              Your hasty presumption of dereliction on the part of the church needs to be substantiated with something more than just your appeal to emotions.

              Quote: In view of our zeal for transparent political funding, we should also give MACC power to verify religious body accounts.

              Any indication relevant Governmental watchdog on dodgy political fundings giving preferential treatment to religious bodies? Don’t think so.

              As for your concern pop careers being funded by religious institutions, well, it is something the general public need not stress themselves with as no public fund were used.

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  • 122. Muhammad Muhammad  |  August 11, 2015 at 12:51 pm

    Can anyone remember the Fall of Melaka?

    We had superior numbers and firepower. We fell because we had traitors from within conspiring with the enemy who make it seem as though the threat is bigger than it really is. That is called, psychological warfare. Do not be afraid. Be brave and take the fight to their citadels of lies.

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    • 123. Leonidasthespartan  |  August 12, 2015 at 4:24 pm

      Who were the “traitors” then?

      Didn’t the Portuguese have ships, guns and armour?

      Maybe u are reading from a different version of history. One that has been “edited” to be “politically correct”.

      And who ceded the Straits Settlements to the British? More “traitors”?

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      • 124. islam1st  |  August 12, 2015 at 9:48 pm

        ‘One that has been “edited” to be “politically correct”.’

        And yours not? Put some link here PLEASEEEEEE. Kami nak jugak!

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  • 125. wawe  |  August 12, 2015 at 10:05 pm

    There is no such thing as an edited version of history except those written by the outsiders. You may have attained your historical information from that kind of earlier unsubstantiated write-ups.

    If you have not been updated, do access some of the latest substantiated historical facts which could be cross-referred to the research teams from local as well as established foreign universities. Unless of course you prefer to hold on to the earlier version of history for your own political preference.

    Reply

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