1strategy to help save Najib

August 13, 2015 at 1:53 am 41 comments

Najib’s 1Malaysia is as muddled as Tun Dol’s Islam Hadhari.

Really dunno why he’s still diligently, dutifully but more rather religiously wearing the 1Malaysia pin daily. Even until today. What a masochist!

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The Chinese spit on his 1Malaysia.

The Indians are less than lukewarm.

Sarawak wants more autonomy and parochialism is growing stronger each day among Sarawakians.

Some Sabahans are dreaming of secession.

So who is the 1Malaysia really for, and in what way does adhering to it benefit Najib?

1Malaysia DAP

Not only is Najib failing to draw support from the ethnic minorities with this 1Malaysia thingy, he’s also at the same time increasing the ire of the Malays at him. For them, 1Malaysia or Malaysian First (whichever one its called) is merely being exploited by the DAP as a means to label the Malays “racist”,

e.g. Muhyiddin’s purported declaration of ‘Malay First’ is sooo “racist”, konon.

The fundamental question then to ask is what does Najib get in return for his continued loyalty to 1Malaysia?

Hannah What kind of 1Malaysia Prime Minister

Answer: Not only does Najib fail to gain anything, he’s further bleeding Malay support.

Most recently in a nationwide survey:

More Malays say they are Muslim first: Malaysian poll‘ (The Straits Times, 12 Aug 2015)

Asked if they see themselves as Malaysian, Malay or Muslim first, about 60 percent of Merdeka Center poll respondents chose Muslim. In other words, six out of every 10 Malays see themselves as Muslim First.

Only 27 percent of Malays regard themselves as Malaysian First, the Merdeka Center opinion survey found.

To remain in power Najib requires solid backing from Umno – you know, the parti M-E-L-A-Y-U dulu, kini dan selamanya.

Today there are deep pockets of dissent and the disaffection against Najib may still continue to spread.

Hannah Twitter No cross on Christmas Day

In the name of 1Malaysia, the DAP evangelistas are pushing and provoking. See @hannahyeoh tweet above.

Umno itself has never been receptive to 1Malaysia. Tell me, which one of Najib’s cabinet colleagues has ever promoted 1Malaysia ardently or with any vigour and conviction? How many BN politicians can define the concept with any clarity?

What Umno has to sell to its members is that the party cares about protecting Malay interests. Whereas the Chinese will rationalize that 1Malaysia requires doing away with Article 153 – which is indeed a logical supposition of the concept.

Ergo, 1Malaysia does not only not serve Malay interest but is instead detrimental to it.

NajibLoves1Malaysia

Umno wants Ketuanan Melayu. That’s why the division chairmen almost unanimously agitated for the Sedition Act to be retained.

The Umno chiefs wish to firewall the Malay Special Position and all that Article 153 entails (quotas, preferences, permits, etc).

They do not wish for the monarchy (Raja-Raja Melayu), which represents Malay sovereignty and Islam, which defines the Malay individual under Article 160 to be questioned by the non-Malays either. The Sedition Act protects all the aforesaid matters from being challenged. Hence we can conclude that Umno prioritizes Ketuanan Melayu.

Ketuanan Melayu and 1Malaysia are, however, opposing ideas and even mutually exclusive.

The upshot is that Najib desperately needs solid support from Umno to safeguard his position, which at the present appears precarious. So Najib should strive to get on Umno’s good side or failing that, at least minimize the aggravations.

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1Malaysia is one of the items that alienates the Umno grassroots. It is an irritating thorn in the flesh they have had to put up with only because the party president has a yen to “transform” and liberalize our country.

But at this point when so many quarters are baying for Najib’s blood, don’t you think he should just give 1Malaysia a rest already?

Nobody else is going to help him, you know, except Umno. His party is the last buffer which stands between him and the “Get Najib” forces that want to depose him.

Well, okay, Najib may be able to entice a degree of PAS support. In which case, Najib should remember that 1Malaysia is no great shakes with PAS. The Islamist party is only a slightly less Melayu than Umno.

The PAS people’s self-identification is likely in the following order: Muslim first, Malay second, Malaysian third because the ummah is global and universal in nature under the roof of Dar al-Islam.

Recall the Merdeka Center poll results released two days ago – Six out of every 10 Malays see themselves as Muslim First. Consequently, we can take it that the majority of Umno and PAS people are these Muslims First.

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I really don’t want to be rude but for the sake of the BN’s fortunes in GE14 as well as for Najib’s political survival, I need to say this – With the PM, his 1Malaysia brainchild is symbolized by a raised index finger.

His political opponents, though, will not raise their index finger for 1Malaysia. You know as well as I do which finger of their hand it is they will point.

For BN’s sake, will one of the PM’s confidantes please, please advise him to ditch 1Malaysia to save (or at least extend) his precious political life. Dismantle the 1Malaysia programmes. Call it Kedai Rakyat Malaysia, Klinik Rakyat Malaysia etc but rebrand by getting rid of the numeral ‘1’.

Junking 1Malaysia will go some ways toward assuaging the Umno annoyance and angst at him. Trust me on this one.

Related:

•  Scrap 1Malaysia already! It reminds angry M’sians of 1MDB (2 Aug 2015)

  Put 1Malaysia out of its misery, please (26 Nov 2014)

•  ‘1Malaysia’ dibakul-sampahkan? (23 Dec 2013)

•  Akhirnya tamat juga riwayat 1Malaysia (22 Dec 2013)

•  Nasib presiden yang sanggah parti (3 Nov 2014)

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  • 1. RINA  |  August 13, 2015 at 5:36 am

    http://teresakok.com/2015/08/12/teresa-accuses-ismail-sabri-of-proposing-racial-segregation/

    Kartun la Amoy tua DAP ni. Tengok tu Cik Helen, tiba2 dia sokong pula 1Malaysia Najib. Sampai mengacum suruh Najib pecat Sabri! Takde kerja lain asyik ‘oppose’ saja.

    Hal SJKC tak pula suruh pecat MCA, Dong Dong dan Apek Ahso DAP!

    Anyway I sokong 2000% adakan kat bangunan MARA. Selesa keluarga nak shopping2 sana, tranquil, friendly faces, peaceful tak busuk hamis and no kalut2 makluk around.

    Even ada Premeira Hotel kat bangunan tu, letih2 shopping boleh naik rehat, bersolat dan lepak2 dengan keluarga and friends. Yes, turn this into family and friends shopping area.

    Tiap enam bulan ratusan ribu anak2 kita akan masuk IPTA/IPTS maka akan jadi lebih meriahlah kawasan situ.

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    • 2. Helen Ang  |  August 13, 2015 at 8:43 am

      Memang betul DAP pandai menggunakan 1Malaysia sebagai alasan untuk menekan orang Melayu, kononnya perbuatan Si Polan sasaran mereka tidak menepati cita-cita dan matlamat rancangan keterangkuman (inclusive) Najib tu.

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      • 3. shamshul anuar  |  August 13, 2015 at 2:01 pm

        Helen,

        In crude language, Najib is clueless. Najib is unable to separate genuine advices from insulting comments.

        Najib instead of strengthening UMNO is making malays angry at the party. Najib reminds me of Empress dowager. She simply refused to accept reality that China was then in need of reform.

        Najib is so cool. Perhaps too cool. As if he has no problem with people insulting him, his wife, malays, Islam.

        For reason only known to him, he prefers to take advices from the very people who wish UMNO dead. The last Cabinet reshuffle I must say is very good to MCA. MCA was rewarded with extra ministerial post.

        Bertuahnya orang Cina. Melayu yg dok sokong UMNO dipandang sebelah mata

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        • 4. Helen Ang  |  August 13, 2015 at 2:08 pm

          re: “MCA was rewarded with extra ministerial post.”

          1+1 actually. Dapat tambahan satu jawatan Menteri dan satu jawatan Timbalan Menteri. MIC hilang satu portfolio bila presidennya Palanivel disisih.

          re: “Melayu yg dok sokong Umno dipandang sebelah mata.”

          That’s why his support within the Umno grassroots is also wavering dangerously. Tun tried to warn him about this aspect, several times. Tak nak dengar nasihat Tun. Lebih peka kepada nasihat konsetan.

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          • 5. Jade Emperor  |  August 13, 2015 at 4:47 pm

            The sagacity of the Malay heritage he has abandoned. He and his clique will now negotiate politics left and right to maintain a power front for themselves. This charade will debilitate national solidarity and governmental functioning.

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            • 6. Helen Ang  |  August 13, 2015 at 5:05 pm

              re: “He and his clique will now negotiate politics left and right to maintain a power front for themselves.”

              I suppose so.

              But if Najib is toppled, it will set off a chain reaction. You see, it will not be an internal (party) putsch. Tun and Muhyiddin have already shown that they’re unable to muster enough support to oust Najib from within.

              If Najib falls, it will be through pressure from the oppo combined with Umno ‘rebels’ plus Malay ground dissatisfaction.

              The oppo, as you’re aware, don’t care if they create chaos. If they have a hand in deposing Najib, then they will get to call the shots on the developments thereafter. Malays fighting among yourselves will only disunite and weaken yourselves.

              This is opening up a vulnerable front which the DAP – the second power in Malaysia after Umno – will take advantage of to consolidate their foothold and UBAH the power structures. Like the Pandora’s Box metaphor, once Najib is taken down, it’ll be a free for all with the Malay dominoes collapsing.

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          • 7. shamshul anuar  |  August 13, 2015 at 5:43 pm

            Helen,

            My wish is that Malays reject Najib but spare UMNO. But that is wishful thinking.

            My UMNO Youth friend from bahagian Seputeh told me of fiery UMNO bahagian Seputeh meeting. The mood is that UMNO is reaching breaking point.

            Only the legendary “kesabaran” stops them from asking Majib to resign.

            How lucky Najib is. all the mess take place right in he middle of PR break up.

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            • 8. Helen Ang  |  August 13, 2015 at 6:13 pm

              re: “The mood is that UMNO is reaching breaking point.”

              Can pls elaborate: What’s meant by breaking point? Internal? And if the point is reached, then Umno members will demand Najib to resign?

              Or is it a revolt against the party top leadership, such as against the ‘contracts’-me-me-me warlords and their flashy, road-hogging SUVs, MPVs and personalized number plates like ‘KJ10Q’ ?

              Or getting fed-up with Umno overall for not delivering up to expectations, and not keeping up with the times (peredaran zaman)?

              Or giving up hope that Umno is able to deal with the present political situation of the DAP being strongly on the offensive?

              Or despairing that Umno can skilfully chart the course and steer the ship of the country (economic challenges, TPPA, globalization and all that)?

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              • 9. shamshul anuar  |  August 14, 2015 at 12:06 am

                Helen,

                “…reaching breaking point”.

                Means UMNO members too have had enough. They feel overwhelmed with stories of RM24 million ring, 1MDB, Tun’s relentless attack, unflattering gossiping on Datin Rosmah, Muhyiddin’s displeasure on 1MDB among others. They are unable to defend UMNO as some of the stories like 1MDB is too complicated.

                But the anger against Najib.is real. They are upset that Najib is unable to realise that BN is actually an UMNO Government. They are upset that failures like MCA still rewarded with Ministerial post.

                The displeasure is not much on Ketua Bahagian. But the real underlying cause of the gloomy mood is taht for the first time in UMNO’s history, the possibility of losing political,power is real. Even when UMNO was split right to the middle over Semangat 46 or creation of PKR, it still reigned supreme in Malay politics.

                THERE IS ONE INTERESTING ANALYSIS.

                My UMNO friend from Seputeh told me that UMNO should realise that PAS is getting stronger after it cleans out PAS from “parasites”.

                Annuar Musa according to my friend did a good job by explaining on1MDB. My friend said he wonders why on earth Najib does not authorise Annuar Musa to speak to kampung folk on 1MDB.

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                • 10. Helen Ang  |  August 14, 2015 at 12:48 am

                  re: “Means Umno members too have had enough.”

                  Umno Cheras boss Syed Ali alHabshee has urged to fight back and focus on who the real enemy is – DAP (evangelistas).

                  re: “They feel overwhelmed with stories of RM24 million ring”

                  Story is not true. Rosmah sued Rafizi and in his ‘defence’, he said he was only joking.

                  re: “1MDB”

                  There are positive facets to it, for example, 1MDB has succeeded in recovering control of the power generation sector which was privatized by Tun to his cronies. Call it re-nationalizing an important strategic and national interest sector.

                  Also due to (or thanks to) 1MDB’s present ownership of the IPPs that it take over at the lowest bids, our electricity tariff for domestic consumption had been capped instead of consumers having to experience a price hike. Two of the power plants bought by 1MDB accepted a renewal of their tariff in 2014 at low rates.

                  It was a conscious decision by the government to maintain the low tariff when taking over the plants, although the govt could have gotten greater profits for itself had it decided to raise the rates – albeit such a rise would have resulted in us (the public) having to pay more for our energy use.

                  re: “Tun’s relentless attack”

                  The problem here is with Tun. The Umno members should tell him to desist.

                  re: “unflattering gossiping on Datin Rosmah”

                  Janganlah asyik sangat bergosip/dengar gosip dan mengumpat. Kan lebih baik bermuhasabah diri dan tumpukan perhatian kepada solat dan buat kerja-kerja amal?

                  re: “Muhyiddin’s displeasure on 1MDB among others”

                  He was the second-most important man in Cabinet. He has to take collective responsibility. And if Najib had not done the fundraising, were the displeased Umno warlords and other BN candidates going to run their campaigns through unpaid volunteers?

                  re: “They are unable to defend UMNO as some of the stories like 1MDB is too complicated.”

                  (a) Then don’t defend. Turn the tables and ‘attack’. Just mock the accusers/political opponents that 1MDB is also too complicated for them (Pakatoons) to understand as well.

                  (2) And if the Pakatoons still insist that they understand 1MDB, then the Umno members should ask the Pakatoons to explain. And keep asking lots of questions, and ask for clarification and verification. That should tie up the smart alecs into knots because they’re just only parroting the DAP-PKR soundbites anyway.

                  re: “But the anger against Najib is real.”

                  I understand.

                  re: “They are upset that Najib is unable to realise that BN is actually an Umno Government. They are upset that failures like MCA still rewarded with Ministerial post.”

                  Methinks Najib was crunching the numbers. If a vote of ‘No Confidence’ had been called and the Umno rebels joined forces with the opposition, then PM would have needed the MCA votes to be on his side. Hence he sweetened the MCA with the 1+1 carrots during the cabinet reshuffle.

                  re: “But the real underlying cause of the gloomy mood is that for the first time in Umno’s history, the possibility of losing political power is real.”

                  Yes. So please FOCUS. True, BN may lose Putrajaya to the DAP and the evangelistas will be the power in the country.

                  When the Christians succeeded in converting Roman emperor Constantine to Christianity, that kickstarted the process of Christianizing the Roman empire. Then Christianity spread to the rest of Europe and thereafter covered half the world.

                  Umno’s tidak apa-thy is going to cause this land to be lost to the DAP evangelistas. Padan muka!

                  re: “Even when Umno was split right to the middle over Semangat 46 or creation of PKR, it still reigned supreme in Malay politics.”

                  That’s because KuLi’s S46 was never as vicious and as sneaky as DAP 2.0.

                  re: “… Umno should realise that PAS is getting stronger after it cleans out PAS from ‘parasites’.”

                  I agree with your Umno friend from Seputeh’s analysis.

                  re: “Annuar Musa according to my friend did a good job by explaining on 1MDB. My friend said he wonders why on earth Najib does not authorise Annuar Musa to speak to kampung folk on 1MDB.”

                  Clueless.

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                  • 11. shamshul anuar  |  August 14, 2015 at 7:09 am

                    Helen,

                    “…breaking point”.

                    Also means that Najib is testing the UMNO members to the limit. Your responses show that solutions are actually staring at us.

                    But the gloomy outlook and feeling of being overwhelmed are resulted by them(UMNO members) thinking why on earth Najib simply refuse to act the way any common sense dictated. The felling of helplessness is not because they cant think of solutions or airing the suggestions. The breaking point is when they question why cant Najib take their advices.

                    A case in point would have been thr RM24 million ring. rafizi admitted that it was a joke. Yet, it never was a big talking point in public. WHY CANT Najib though sheer influence he has as the PM uses media to highlight that Rafizi was lying.

                    This is a form of effective attack. It would turn the table to rafizi beautifully.

                    TAPI NAJIB ADA KISAH KE.

                    You said about “tidak apa parti”. You are right.

                    “Najib nak tunggu UMNO tumbang baru nak bertindak ke?’

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  • 12. bnm  |  August 13, 2015 at 8:40 am

    What is the gist of 1Malaysia? It seems like a slogan for branding purpose. 1MDB, BR1M, PR1MA etc.

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    • 13. Orangkampung  |  August 13, 2015 at 8:58 am

      That’s why no one has any respect for it. 1malaysia was not well explained when it was first introduced. Now every group is using 1Malaysia to suit their own agenda.

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      • 14. Helen Ang  |  August 13, 2015 at 9:03 am

        With 1Malaysia, the numeral ‘1’ is put in front.

        With Malaysian 1st, the numeral ‘1’ is put at the back.

        DAP is simply hijacking the former to suit their own evangelical agenda.

        1Malaysia is like a suicide weapon – senjata yang akan makan Najib.

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        • 15. bnm  |  August 13, 2015 at 1:52 pm

          re: Malaysian 1st

          Though this term came before 1Malaysia? Najib was made PM in 2009. DAP has been shouting Malaysian 1st way before that. If there is any hijack, should it be Najib was the one that committed the hijack?

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          • 16. Helen Ang  |  August 13, 2015 at 2:00 pm

            re: “should it be Najib was the one that committed the hijack?”

            Possible.

            However, Najib as PM has institutionalized the slogan, i.e. with logo, airtime, campaign, songs, brick and mortar (the 1Malaysia convenience stores, 1Malaysia clinics etc).

            As for “hijacking”, the DAP evangelistas – Guan Eng, Teresa, Hannah, etc – are going on the tack that the BN has promised 1Malaysia/Malaysian First (in the DAP assumption, 1Malaysia infers race inclusivity) but why is the government doing this and that (whines about Christian persecution, unequal treatment etc as exemplified in @hannahyeoh’s tweet above).

            In short, the DAP gang are investing their own meaning of “equality” (inclusivity) into 1Malaysia which Najib may not have promised, such as negating the implication of Malay Special Position.

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            • 17. Mulan Malaysia  |  August 13, 2015 at 2:57 pm

              “In short, the DAP gang are investing their own meaning of “equality” (inclusivity) into 1Malaysia which Najib may not have promised, such as negating the implication of Malay Special Position”

              I wonder whether the Chinese (esp DAPsters) actually understand what they watch on TVB. They assume that Malay is all about UMNO and to break up UMNO, PAS etc they weaken the Malay spirit. Please note that the Malay word for Government is kerajaan (like in the Chinese word country guo国 there is a Monarch 王). The leader of the government is the Raja thus KeRAJAan.

              Like in the Emperor shows, the courtiers and officials are representatives of the monarch and they can be replaced. Najib, Anwar and Hadi are representatives and can be replaced. Najib is not the keRAJAan per se, neither is Lim Guan Eng, the great leader of Penang.

              Remember the MB of Perak from PAS. Even though DAP won more sits, PAS fielded their MB as in the constitutional sense the MB is a person who works for the rakyat representing the monarch.

              153(1) It shall be the responsibility of the Yang di-Pertuan Agong to safeguard the special position of the Malays and natives of any of
              the States of Sabah and Sarawak and the legitimate interests of other communities in accordance with the provisions of this Article.

              http://www.akademijcorp.com.my/userFiles/file/Perlembagaan-dan-Kontrak-Sosial-Malaysia.pdf

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              • 18. bnm  |  August 13, 2015 at 3:54 pm

                re: The leader of the government is the Raja thus KeRAJAan.

                Your analogy lack legal basis.

                Agung: Ketua Negara, role is ceremonial & symbolic
                PM/Cabinet: Ketua Kerajaan, role is executive

                Both can be replaced. Role of Agung is rotational. Not hereditary. Agung must act on the PM’s advice. Not the other way round. In fact, the FedCon has been amended. Royal immunity was removed. Royal Assent to approve laws was removed. Agung can now delay laws for 30 days. Thereafter, the law automatically validates irrespective of Royal Assent.

                Have you seen the powers of PM being weakened? Look at 2.6 bil donation. PM can manipulate 2.6 bil of bribery/corruption as donation.

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                • 19. Helen Ang  |  August 13, 2015 at 4:16 pm

                  re: “PM can manipulate 2.6 bil of bribery/corruption as donation.”

                  Pls specify which law says a ‘donation’ (albeit it’s a very, very big one) to an individual is corruption.

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                  • 20. bnm  |  August 13, 2015 at 6:26 pm

                    re: Pls specify which law says a ‘donation’ (albeit it’s a very, very big one) to an individual is corruption.

                    Legally, I have to concede. No such law indeed.

                    Perception wise, Najib is losing. Unidentified foreign donor, unknown purpose, unknown balance, unknown usage, bank-in to personal account vs party account and unknown if donor paid tax to LHDN. Again, anyone is entitled to his/her opinion. Maybe you perceive the donation as ‘perfectly ok’?

                    BTW, DAP dinner attended by 3000 people only managed to collect donation of RM120k, i.e average RM40 per pax. I assume DAP would need to bear the cost of dinner. So the net donation is less than RM120k.

                    http://www.themalaymailonline.com/malaysia/article/dap-brings-home-donations-of-over-rm120000-in-1mdb-themed-fundraiser

                    Even a begger needs to put in effort to beg or get donation. Wondering what efforts Najib put in to get that 2.6 bil donation?

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                    • 21. Helen Ang  |  August 13, 2015 at 7:06 pm

                      re: “Perception wise, Najib is losing.”

                      Yes lor. It’s what I’ve been grumbling about the last 4 years ever since I started blogging in end-July 2011.

                      e.g. Those people spinning the disinformation have gone to the extent of spreading the rumour that Zeti had a heart attack. That’s so jahat b’cos some elderly relatives or other may have gotten a bad shock hearing the news before they verified that it’s untrue.

                      I’ve also been complaining about the smear campaign against me, which equates to the oppo operatives deliberately fabricating outright lies so that there will be a negative perception hovering over my reputation. It took PAS almost 7 years to wise up to the DAP and parting of ways.

                      This is a write-up worth reading on how the inept and clueless Umno lost the current perception battle, http://anotherbrickinwall.blogspot.com/2015/08/indecision-and-overkill-of-macc.html

                      re: “Unidentified foreign donor”

                      Ditto donations to Bersih. And the typical denial, denial and fudging.

                      re: “unknown purpose”

                      Thought it was for GE13 or GE14 on the part of the recipient? On the intent of the mysterious donor – dunno.

                      re: “unknown balance”

                      Tun seems to know.

                      re: “unknown usage”

                      Same with the DAP. Rahman Dahlan the Housing Minister has alleged that DAP got big cash infusions from property developers. So far DAP has not refuted him.

                      re: “bank-in to personal account vs party account”

                      I’m not deflecting to whitewash Najib okay, I’m just countering you. Anwar tak buat ke? Kit Siang (to a lesser amount) tak buat ke?

                      PKR has had enough money to run their election campaigns over the last 1-and-1/2 decades. Wan Azizah’s MP salary tak mampu menampung that kind of expenditure plus Anwar no active income (in Sg Buloh jail). PKR has had big funders.

                      Even their PKR headquarters rent – sponsored by Datuk *** **** *** reportedly – in Tropicana gave rise to some kind of scandal.

                      And then the chief accuser himself – Tun Mahathir. Same party lah. What about Umno’s funding during his and Sleepy Dollah’s time?

                      re: “and unknown if donor paid tax to LHDN”

                      DAP reps can ask for clarification on this in Parliament from the Minister whose Ministry is in charge of the income tax dept.

                      re: “Again, anyone is entitled to his/her opinion. Maybe you perceive the donation as ‘perfectly ok’?”

                      Haven’t you noticed? Moralizing is not my speciality. It is the DAP evangelistas who preach… all the time. Me? I try to explore realpolitik. I’m still learning. What I’ve learned is that there are layers and more hidden layers.

                      And as I’ve said before, oppo supporters believe that you are choosing between Good (DAP) and Evil (Umno). BN supporters are more pragmatic and realise that our option is picking between the lesser of two evils.

                      re: “So the net donation is less than RM120k.”

                      But the DAP’s fortunes have improved. The Chinese tycoons have deserted MCA and switched camps.

                      re: “Wondering what efforts Najib put in to get that 2.6 bil donation?”

                      The story the establishment is selling is ‘Islamic solidarity’/brotherhood and that the oil-rich countries want to ensure stability in the Muslim world. They don’t want us to go the way of the Arab Spring.

                      What’s true is that Malaysia – even since the Tunku’s days – is genuinely respected in the OIC.

                    • 22. bnm  |  August 13, 2015 at 10:01 pm

                      Is it reasonable to compare Najib’s 2.6 bil donation vs Bersih/LKS/Bersih/Wan Azizah etc donation?

                      Facts are so different:

                      1. The exposure on Najib came from WSJ, a foreign entity. Initially, Najib denied ‘kaw kaw’. Only to be compelled to admit as donation. Is there any accusation against Bersih/LKS/Bersih/Wan Azizah thus far (whether from a local or foreign person/entity)? If yes, what is the outcome of investigation? Did MACC cleared them like how Najib was cleared?

                      2. Najib is PM. Others are holding public interest/office way less importance or influence than Najib. Is it reasonable to apply the same standards of accountability on both? BTW, you must have noticed that PR governments in Selangor and Penang made it mandatory for Exco to declare their wealth and income in every new term. The PDF summary can be found online. Even Rafizi did the same but ironically his challenger Umno Cheras Division Chief Syed Ali Alhabshee.

                      Link: http://www.themalaymailonline.com/malaysia/article/pkrs-rafizi-reveals-rm1.6m-net-worth

                      re: DAP got big cash infusions from property developers.

                      re: Anwar tak buat ke? Kit Siang (to a lesser amount) tak buat ke?

                      re: PKR has had big funders.

                      re: The Chinese tycoons have deserted MCA and switched camps.

                      Who is the whistleblower? Any police reports? Any document leaked? Any investigation?

                      Looking at how Najib chopping people, we know he controls all the authorities like PDRM, MACC, BNM, AG and Judiciary. I don’t recall any PR/Bersih people being charged and convicted for bribery/corruption. Mostly are for sedition and illegal demo.

                      re: What’s true is that Malaysia – even since the Tunku’s days – is genuinely respected in the OIC.

                      Will such respect translate to 2.6 bil donation?

                    • 23. Helen Ang  |  August 13, 2015 at 11:06 pm

                      re: “Is it reasonable to compare Najib’s 2.6 bil donation vs Bersih/LKS/Bersih/Wan Azizah etc donation?”

                      We are comparing political funding between party A (Umno) and parties B, C, D etc.

                      re: “The exposure on Najib came from WSJ, a foreign entity.”

                      WSJ wes fed leaks by local officials – BNM (?), MACC (?) The publication’s expose hinged on the investigation papers that its reporters were purportedly shown.

                      re: “Initially, Najib denied ‘kaw kaw’.”

                      He did not deny. He hedged, framing it (his words) very carefully that the money was not for his personal use.

                      re: “Is there any accusation against Bersih/LKS/Bersih/Wan Azizah thus far (whether from a local or foreign person/entity)?”

                      Bersih – yes. Ambiga admitted that the S’gor govt gave some money. Maria admitted to receiving funds from Open Society (Soros) and an arm of the NED. Not criminal what the “donations”.

                      Wan Azizah-PKR … if they have assets and expenditure beyond their visible income, then they’re already liable to corruption investigations.

                      LKS – DAP said that their donors don’t want to be known for fear of reprisal.

                      re: “Najib is PM.”

                      The Dapsters should show some decorum in treating the high office he holds with a modicum of respect.

                      re: “Is it reasonable to apply the same standards of accountability on both?”

                      Okay. You said it. I shall remember to invoke the Double Standards defence next time.

                      re: “BTW, you must have noticed that PR governments in Selangor and Penang made it mandatory for Exco to declare their wealth and income in every new term.”

                      Aiyah, if Umno can be accused of using proxies and nominees, why can’t the Pakatan YBs? Isn’t the most recent rumour that Tony Pua’s wealth has been salted away overseas under his wife’s name?

                      re: “Who is the whistleblower? Any police reports? Any document leaked? Any investigation?”

                      Anwar’s case lots of ‘white noise’. But perhaps Umno has its own reasons for refraining from opening the can of worms.

                      As for the Chinese tycoon and property developer funders, well, if Najib’s donor has committed no crime, then neither have the tycoons and developers.

                      re: “Looking at how Najib chopping people, we know he controls all the authorities like PDRM, MACC, BNM, AG and Judiciary.”

                      That’s a very serious accusation you’re making against all these institutions and officials. Let’s take BNM. Zeti has just said that she is respecting the confidentiality provided for under banking laws and acting within the regulations. Are you alleging that she is controlled by Najib?

                      re: “I don’t recall any PR/Bersih people being charged and convicted for bribery/corruption.”

                      But neither are the Umno-BN people being charged.

                      re: “What’s true is that Malaysia – even since the Tunku’s days – is genuinely respected in the OIC.” / “Will such respect translate to 2.6 bil donation?”

                      Dunno, I’m not a Muslim. Would you willingly do some of the things that Muslims do, such as pray 5 times a day and fast from dawn to dusk?

                      If you can’t put yourself in a Muslim’s shoes in the matter of religious obligations, can you then fathom what a Muslim will or will not do for charity?

                    • 24. bnm  |  August 14, 2015 at 9:16 am

                      re: We are comparing political funding between party A (Umno) and parties B, C, D etc.

                      Let us do a simple comparison.

                      Umno/Najib’s 2.6 bil vs DAP (eg. the recent dinner)

                      1. Donor: Najib’s 2.6 bil-no idea (kononnya from Middle East / DAP-the attendees of dinner
                      2. Amount: 2.6 bil / 120k
                      3. Purpose: Not clear (kononnya for election) / usual fund raising
                      4. Cost/Effort required: Not clear / organising dinner
                      5. Deposited into: Najib’s personal account / No idea
                      6. Disclosure: WSJ leaks / self-disclosure

                      Looking at the metrics above, I just want to focus on the first & second i.e. donor and amount. For Najib, the donor is unknown (kononnya from Middle East) and the amount is too big. Don’t you find it ‘worrying’ that a PM of a nation received such a big donation from a foreign person for national election purpose?

                      People can allege that Opposition and Bersih were involved in such funding/donation. But so far, is there any:-

                      1. leakage of documents to show such donation?;
                      2. police report?;
                      3. outcome of investigation?;
                      4. prosecution?;
                      5. conviction?;

                      All I heard so far is verbal allegations without proof.

                      re: Wan Azizah-PKR … if they have assets and expenditure beyond their visible income, then they’re already liable to corruption investigations.

                      re: Isn’t the most recent rumour that Tony Pua’s wealth has been salted away overseas under his wife’s name?

                      What is the proof and outcome of investigations?

                      re: That’s a very serious accusation you’re making against all these institutions and officials. (in relation to chiefs of PDRM, MACC, BNM and AG)

                      By law, PM appoints the respective chief. As such, Najib does exercise ‘control’ over these chiefs. He can chop any of them just like what we have seen. What is wrong with my ‘serious accusation’?

                      re: But neither are the Umno-BN people being charged.

                      Khir Toyo, PKFZ, NFC scandals etc. PAC having majority BN members have decided to call 1MDB for enquiry. Did PAC called anyone related to Opposition or Bersih for enquiry?

                      re: I shall remember to invoke the Double Standards defence next time.

                      Eg. all other things being equal, thief A that stole RM1 mil should be punished harsher than thief B that stole RM10k. The same offense has different levels of severity that should be reflected accordingly in punishment.

                      Same analogy for political funding. Looking at the facts of Najib’s 2.6 bil donation and his status as PM, obviously he should be subjected to a higher level of scrutiny/disclosure against eg. DAP dinner fund raising.

                    • 25. Helen Ang  |  August 14, 2015 at 11:44 am

                      re: We are comparing political funding between party A (Umno) and parties B, C, D etc.

                      re: “Disclosure: WSJ leaks / self-disclosure”

                      Aiyah, don’t think you should set that much store on the “self-disclosure” lah. It’s quite obvious that Tony has cherrypicked a ‘safe’ example at this particular point in time to one upmanship Najib-Umno.

                      re: “Don’t you find it ‘worrying’ that a PM of a nation received such a big donation from a foreign person for national election purpose?”

                      Who is the person?

                      re: “People can allege that Opposition and Bersih were involved in such funding/donation. But so far, is there any:- leakage of documents to show such donation?”

                      Will you pls discipline yourself to read carefully before you shoot off a comment? I already said Ambiga and Maria Chin admitted to receiving the funding from S’gor govt, Soros’ Open Society and one of the NED arms.

                      re: “police report”

                      http://ww1.utusan.com.my/utusan/info.asp?y=2011&dt=0705&pub=Utusan_Malaysia&sec=Jenayah&pg=je_07.htm

                      re: “outcome of investigation?; prosecution?; conviction?”

                      Well, if Bersih or whatever oppo figure/entity had gotten off from the investigation without being prosecuted or convicted, then don’t do a Chicken Little and squawk that the sky is falling should Najib/Arul Kanda similarly NFA.

                      re: “All I heard so far is verbal allegations without proof.”

                      So far same with 1MDB at this juncture (until the authorities release the results of their investigations). Verbal allegations without proof is fine with the oppo who viral the news, such as the RM2m injection into Rosmah’s a/c.

                      Apparently that was just prior to her daughter’s lavish wedding. What proof is that the isteri Orang Kaya Indera Shahbandar is unable to raise a seven-digit figure for the Society Wedding of the Year? Even the wedding of local celebrities can reach a cost of million and above after the couple secures sponsorship (talking about the entertainment industry).

                      As for “all I heard so far is verbal allegations without proof”, this sentence perfectly describes the malicious insinuations by commenter AC-DC against me. “Verbal allegations without proof” is the life blood of DAP supporters.

                      re: “What is the proof and outcome of investigations?”

                      Same with Najib’s received donation. So far no proof and no news of outcome of the investigations but that hasn’t stopped the oppo from going to town and making as if a scandal apocalypse is upon us.

                      You see, the difference is that I’m not making an issue out of the donations to PKR. The first time I’ve brought it up is here in response to this, our exchange thread.

                      I’ve however not blogged about PKR donots before. It’s different with you lot. The entire unhinged opposition mob (e.g. the feral hyenas who slagged Zeti yesterday in the mKini readers comment section after the portal maliciously misrepresented what she said – read here).

                      Truly, the behaviour of the Dapsters is utterly unhinged.

                      re: “By law, PM appoints the respective chief.”

                      You’re wrong. The MACC chief and the AG answer only to the Agong. They don’t answer to the PM. The process to summarily sack an AG is the same like that required to sack a Federal Court judge. It requires a tribunal of his peers (the AG is considered at par with the most senior judges).

                      re: “As such, Najib does exercise ‘control’ over these chiefs.”

                      In the case of the MACC chief and AG, he does not. Their roles are governed by the Constitution, not by the chief executive. It took an Act of Parliament to establish the MACC.

                      re: “He can chop any of them just like what we have seen. What is wrong with my ‘serious accusation’?”

                      If he ‘retired’ the AG earlier than expected, then the AG must be vulnerable to pressure to be made to go. Like I said, to sack the AG requires the same exacting process as to sack a Federal Court judge. And as you know, the three arms (Judiciary, Legislative, Executive) are separate (“doctrine of the separation of powers”).

                      re: “Khir Toyo, PKFZ, NFC scandals etc.”

                      KT – Still awaiting final word from the court; PKFZ – Dr Ling Liong Sik was acquitted; NFC – Still awaiting trial. You’re jumping the gun. And in any case, we were talking about being charged over dubious income/financial gain (‘donations’), no? and not the long history of corruption cases since 1957.

                      re: “PAC having majority BN members have decided to call 1MDB for enquiry. Did PAC called anyone related to Opposition or Bersih for enquiry?”

                      Thought you said it is not illegal for a person/entity to receive ‘donations’. So why would Bersih be called for an enquiry? Bersih however should be arrested by police if they try to topple the government.

                      re: “The same offense has different levels of severity that should be reflected accordingly in punishment.”

                      Actually with the opposition, if their people do it, it’s all fine and dandy, justifiable and they will defend the indefensible. But if the BN were to do it, then it’s criminal.

                      One example, when Anwar tried to get frogs to cross over in his Sept 16 caper in 2008, Hannah Yeoh and the rest came up with all kinds of contorted reasoning to justify the Pakatan attempt to buy MPs.

                      But when the BN did it in Perak, the oppo wanted the frogs to be boiled alive.

                      re: “Same analogy for political funding. Looking at the facts of Najib’s 2.6 bil donation and his status as PM, obviously he should be subjected to a higher level of scrutiny/disclosure against eg. DAP dinner fund raising.”

                      Aiyoh, Arul Kanda just said that never in the history of Malaysia had any company been subjected to this level of investigation like 1MDB. I would also add that never has a Malaysian company been confronted with this kind of national mass hysteria.

                    • 26. bnm  |  August 14, 2015 at 2:09 pm

                      re: It’s quite obvious that Tony has cherrypicked a ‘safe’ example at this particular point in time to one upmanship Najib-Umno.

                      At least DAP has an example. What about BN or Najib? Any disclosure they made thus far?

                      re: I already said Ambiga and Maria Chin admitted to receiving the funding from S’gor govt, Soros’ Open Society and one of the NED arms.

                      Sure. At least we have self disclosure and identity of donor. Vs Najib, there is no self disclosure donor identity. So, who you think should have higher standard of scrutiny/disclosure? Bersih or Najib?

                      re: Who is the person?

                      Kononnya from Middle East.

                      re: Well, if Bersih or whatever oppo figure/entity had gotten off from the investigation without being prosecuted or convicted,

                      Did the authorities announced that Bersih or whatever oppo figure/entity were ‘cleared of any wrong doing’ like how MACC cleared Najib?

                      re: So far same with 1MDB at this juncture (until the authorities release the results of their investigations).

                      I am not claiming to be expert in finance. Just an example. An asset has a fair market value of RM1 mil. A buyer bought it at RM2 mil, i.e. 100% higher. This is what happened to 1MDB’s acquisition of power assets. Not a crime per se for ‘buying expensive’ but a dereliction of duty especially 1MDB’s funds came from taxpayer.

                      re: such as the RM2m injection into Rosmah’s a/c.

                      Thought there were proof and admission?
                      http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/malaysia/article/nazri-defends-rosmah-over-rm2-million-cash-deposits

                      re: You’re wrong. The MACC chief and the AG answer only to the Agong. They don’t answer to the PM.

                      MACC chief and AG were appointed by Agung on the PM’s advice. Agung must appoint as per PM’s recommendation. Agung cannot choose his own candidate. So, effectively PM control’s them. Agung merely formalise the appointment.

                      re: The process to summarily sack an AG is the same like that required to sack a Federal Court judge. It requires a tribunal of his peers

                      That is only applicable to the AG serving the office back in 1963.

                      http://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/nation/2015/07/29/apandi-ganis-termination-in-line-with-constitution/

                      re: It took an Act of Parliament to establish the MACC.

                      Which party has the majority in Parliament to enact the Act?

                      re: In the case of the MACC chief and AG, he does not. Their roles are governed by the Constitution, not by the chief executive.

                      All important public offices are appointment by King on the PM’s advice. King cannot choose his own candidate. We have seen few incidences whereby Sultan of few states refused the PM’s choice of MB. This is at state level. I have not seen the King refuses the PM’s choice of eg cabinet ministers, AG, MACC chief, CJ etc.

                    • 27. Helen Ang  |  August 14, 2015 at 4:29 pm

                      re: “At least DAP has an example. What about BN or Najib?”

                      Why should Najib or BN be made to play the DAP’s game? It’s like if a rotund evangelista carpetbagger decides to disclose her slinky wardrobe on Instagram doesn’t mean I have to follow suit, if you know who I mean.

                      re: “So, who you think should have higher standard of scrutiny/disclosure? Bersih or Najib?”

                      Why should I play your game of comparisons? How about I ask who has the higher standard of probity -Onn Jaafar or Devan Nair? Shrug …

                      re: “Kononnya from Middle East.”

                      Come back when you got a name. Then I can Google the face – see hensem or not.

                      re: “Did the authorities announced that Bersih or whatever oppo figure/entity were ‘cleared of any wrong doing’ like how MACC cleared Najib?”

                      I don’t follow closely 1MDB and I did not follow the Bersih donation flap earlier. You don’t know meh that I’ve been accused by some readers of being a boring, one-topic blogger.

                      re: “Not a crime per se for ‘buying expensive’ but a dereliction of duty especially 1MDB’s funds came from taxpayer.”

                      I read that 1MDB nonetheless still made the lowest bid. Don’t ask me for details as I don’t want to be dragged into researching topics that I don’t blog about. You can check it out yourself.

                      re: “http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/malaysia/article/nazri-defends-rosmah-over-rm2-million-cash-deposits”

                      Your point being? It’s natural that Rosmah has a lot of money?

                      re: “MACC chief and AG were appointed by Agung on the PM’s advice.”

                      “the Attorney-General holds office at the pleasure of the Yang di-Pertuan Agong”, see http://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/nation/2015/07/29/apandi-ganis-termination-in-line-with-constitution/

                      re: “That is only applicable to the AG serving the office back in 1963.”

                      I stand corrected.

                      re: “Which party has the majority in Parliament to enact the Act?”

                      Regardless of Umno’s majority seats in Parliament, the MACC is governed by the Act, not by Umno.

                      re: “I have not seen the King refuses the PM’s choice of eg cabinet ministers, AG, MACC chief, CJ etc.”

                      The AG, MACC chief, CJ are not answerable to the PM. Najib belongs to the Executive branch. The CJ is the Judiciary. The AG and MACC offices are established under provisions of the FedCon. There is a separation of power between the three branches.

                      So Najib is separate from the CJ, AG and MACC chief. The latter hold office at the pleasure of the Yang di-Pertuan Agong, not at the pleasure of the Prime Minister.

                    • 28. bnm  |  August 14, 2015 at 6:32 pm

                      re: So Najib is separate from the CJ, AG and MACC chief. The latter hold office at the pleasure of the Yang di-Pertuan Agong, not at the pleasure of the Prime Minister.

                      Legally yes. Pleasure of King. But King appoints and terminates on the advice of PM. Practically, they serve at the PM’s pleasure. Not the King. You can look at the corp. structure of the government. AG and SPRM is under PM’s Dept. PDRM is under Home Ministry. Only Judiciary is separate from Executive. But, the CJ is appointed by King on the PM’s advice. King cannot cherry pick his own favorite person to be the CJ.

                      Conclusion, the PM controls MACC, PDRM, AG, BNM and judiciary. PM is the de facto head.

                    • 29. Helen Ang  |  August 14, 2015 at 6:46 pm

                      re: “Conclusion, the PM controls MACC, PDRM, AG, BNM and judiciary.”

                      You’re beginning to sound paranoid. Thought it was the Juice who control everything, and the world.

                      The PM’s Dept is very big, y’know. I Googled but couldn’t find anyone/article pinning down the exact number.

                      Actually I might be able give you a close tally if I were willing to sit down a few hours punching a calculator from the raw data but excuse me for not volunteering. Just take my word for it that the PM’s Dept is really big.

                      I doubt the PM micro-manages all the agencies and bodies that come under his department. Are you aware the even TV Al-Hijrah comes under the PM’s Dept?

                    • 30. Helen Ang  |  August 14, 2015 at 6:50 pm

                      What I mean to say is that A-Z agencies are plonked under the PM’s Dept umbrella. I doubt that Najib has any interest in TV Al-Hijrah and nor would he interfere with its management.

                      So I wouldn’t make too much of the fact that X or Y offices are parked in JPM.

              • 31. shamshul anuar  |  August 13, 2015 at 5:50 pm

                Mulan malaysia,

                No doubt Constitution articulates that the yang diPertuan Agung has the duty to defend the position of Islam, specific provisions on Malays and legitimate interests of other communities.

                And yang Dipertuan Agung can exercise His authority as his government right now cherishes the monarchy system. A new government( meaning the one that topples UMNO if that happens) is not likely to defend the raja raja Melayu.

                In simple term, the first thing to go is raja raja Melayu should they take over. Why in earth they would want to maintain Raja raja Melayu who naturally reminds the world about Malay kingdom.

                Aptly said by Tun in his “Malay dillema”, “…remove the royalty, the last vestige of old Malaya will dissapear”.

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  • 32. Mulan Malaysia  |  August 13, 2015 at 10:57 am

    Do you know the Youth Section of Kuala Lumpur and Selangor Chinese Assembly Hall is organizing civil disobdience against Tenaga?
    http://youth.klscah.org.my/1024

    “Bagaimana?

    1. Bayar bil elektrik anda yang terbaru dengan RM 2.60, tidak kira jumlah yang ternyata dalam bil tersebut.

    2. Anda boleh bayar RM2.60 dengan cara sebagaimana yang anda biasa guna (melalui kaunter atau online), selepas bayar, ambil gambar bil elektrik bersama resit tercetak.

    3. Memuat naik gambil bil elektrik serta resit anda ke Facebook sendiri dan Facebook page”260 Cent To TNB, Say No To 1MDB”, kemudian tag kawan-kawan facebook anda, menyeru mereka menyertai kempen ini. Masuk juga HashTag ‪#‎260cent2tnb‬ ‪#‎saynoto1mdb‬.

    4. Tempoh kempen mulai hari ini sehingga 12hb September 2015. Pihak penganjur akan menghitung jumlah kekurangan aliran tunai TNB daripada pengguna.

    5. Sila memuat naik gambar bil elektrik dan resit anda ke Facebook page” 260 Cent To TNB, Say No To 1MDB”, untuk memudahkan penganjur membuat kiraan yang tepat.”

    As I said the dissent to Ajib-ko is no longer gunting dalam lipatan, this people have taken out the parang.

    Look at the idea about Low Yat 2.
    http://www.ismaweb.net/2015/08/cadangan-ismail-sabri-rasis-teresa-kok/

    “BANGI, Rabu – Ahli Parlimen parti rasis dan cauvinis DAP, Teresa Kok membidas Menteri Kemajuan Luar Bandar dan Wilayah, Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob kerana mencadangkan penubuhan Low Yat 2 yang khusus untuk peniaga alat telekomunikasi berbangsa Melayu dan bumiputera.

    Dalam status terbaru di facebooknya, Teresa mempersoalkan idea Ismail yang dianggapnya berunsur rasis.”

    Wait. Having a Malay telecommunication mall is racist but when Superman Hiew collects money for the Low Yat “heroes” it is justice and against racism. The parang is out.

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    • 33. Orangkampung  |  August 13, 2015 at 11:22 am

      TNB is really efficient in its collection efforts these days. You’re late by a week, they send you notice. You don’t pay, TNB padam. Bila dah gelap nanti, meroyan marah TNB, kutuk TNB. Ini kerja orang jahat, yang memang berniat jahat.

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    • 34. Orangkampung  |  August 13, 2015 at 11:27 am

      Memang cadangan racist. Patutnya MARA kena benarkan bukan Melayu buka kedai situ. Saban setahun naikkan kadar sewa berlipat ganda

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  • 35. Orangkampung  |  August 13, 2015 at 11:39 am

    Lim KS has made a new friend
    http://blog.limkitsiang.com/2015/08/13/i-am-muslim-i-dont-have-a-ticket-to-heaven/

    I’m not going to comment on the content. But this is just one of many articles where Malays are open about the kind of education that we don’t want our children to have. It is one thing to be proud of who you are, it’s another to teach your kids to look down on others.

    Since I have never read any articles about such incidents in Sekolah Jenis Kebangsaan, I guess we can infer that such things do not happen in their schools?

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    • 36. Orang Perlis  |  August 13, 2015 at 1:35 pm

      OrangKampung.

      Dont know about SRJK, but for SK its common. happens to my kids school as well. Happened to my kids as well, and some of my kids classmates asking why my daughter has a chinese friend ( the ratio of Malay: Non Malay in this school is probably 3: 1).

      Suffice to say every day i have to “ünschool” anak2 saya.

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    • 37. RINA  |  August 14, 2015 at 8:23 am

      ……the article on nine year old Alicia who goes to Sekolah Kebangsaan Sri Hartamas came home from school last week and asked her mom if she will end up in hell when she dies.

      Eleven year old Yasmin who goes to Sekolah Kebangsaan Taman Desa………

      The above nine year old and eleven year old school kids must be retarded I suppose? Even the commenter I doubt is a Muslim. Orang Perlis, sejak mereka lahir kat rumah tak dedahkan atau bawa sembang dengan anak2 you pasai Agama kita ke?

      Dulu Convent tiap assembly from 7yrs old mereka akan nyanyikan hymns “come holy ghost”. Tak merepet pula dok balik tanya makayah pasai apa sebelum classes mereka puja hantu?

      Cerita ni direka saja, depa memang kuat hayal dan kelentong. Mungkin have no idea sukatan pelajaran Agama Islam pra sekolah hingga Tahun lima murid kena belajar apa. Tujuan sebenarnya nak mempelekehkan the new Education Minister, Dato’ Seri Mahdzir Khalid.

      Putar belit tak habis2.

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      • 38. islam1st  |  August 15, 2015 at 6:08 am

        ‘Putar belit tak habis2.’

        Kesian kat yang buta dan benak tak habis2.

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  • 39. abdul rahman noor  |  August 13, 2015 at 12:15 pm

    for the Chinese, DO NOT GO AFTER THE RACE BUT RATHER THE PLATFORM.

    I have been propagating this to ds najib’s advisers but to no avail.

    if you succeed in achieving this than the 1malaysia concept will gain traction.

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  • 40. Najib  |  August 14, 2015 at 10:16 pm

    Well I don’t think to dump the chinese is a wise idea. If you are the PM would you do that?

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  • 41. islam1st  |  August 15, 2015 at 6:06 am

    ‘Legally yes. Pleasure of King. But King appoints and terminates on the advice of PM. Practically, they serve at the PM’s pleasure.’

    Apa bnm, lack of legal basis? Argument macam ni ke? Cer baca ni. BM ko ok kan?

    Raja-Raja Melayu bukan simbol ― Shamrahayu A. Aziz

    http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/rencana/article/raja-raja-melayu-bukan-simbol-shamrahayu-a.-aziz

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