All you Tun supporters, read this!

September 18, 2015 at 1:30 pm 47 comments

It’s an article by Matthias Chang who is Tun’s former political secretary.

Chang has been photographed in the European capitals with Khairuddin Abu Hassan recently making police reports against 1MDB.

Now what do you think Tun is up to – what the ex-premier is up to wrt the sitting PM is public knowledge but what are his other plots – and more specifically, what are Tun’s future plans for Umno?

Read Matthias Chang to find out. Click on PDF below.

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  • 1. AK47  |  September 18, 2015 at 1:38 pm

    Ms H. I think it is good, very good to have a lady as our national leader. What do you think ? This leader will have no negative or extraneous thoughts eg. karaoke, 19 hole golf, jet-setting etc. The perfect person to fit the 3 Golden Attributes to be a Leader :-

    1. Commonsense
    2. Ability to think out of the Box
    3. Compassion

    And we make it to the Guiness Book of Records which we love !

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    • 2. Helen Ang  |  September 18, 2015 at 1:40 pm

      Are you proposing Marina Mahathir?

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      • 3. Platea480  |  September 18, 2015 at 1:49 pm

        Why not?

        But I think #AK47 is referring to Rafidah.

        She will, like Malcolm Turnbull in Australia, have a laser focus on what is wrong with the economy and how it can be fixed.

        And she will have little patience with notions of “dignity” and such because these don’t pay the bills and put food on the table.

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        • 4. Melayu Malaysia  |  September 18, 2015 at 2:17 pm

          Rafidah has a baggage to carry forward, forever. Dig up and you will discover… Also involve son-in-law….

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          • 5. Platea480  |  September 18, 2015 at 4:28 pm

            And who doesn’t have “baggage”?

            Does everyone in the political process come to the table with “clean hands” and a “clear conscience”?

            As the Christian Bible says – let him who is without sin be the first to cast the stone.

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            • 6. Helen Ang  |  September 18, 2015 at 4:45 pm

              re: “Does everyone in the political process come to the table with ‘clean hands’ and a ‘clear conscience’?”

              Hannah Yeoh claims she does.

              re: “As the Christian Bible says – let him who is without sin be the first to cast the stone.”

              And thus because Hannah is so clean and pure, she has two bags full of stones to cast at the sinners.

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              • 7. AK47  |  September 18, 2015 at 6:07 pm

                Ms H. How come this plumb pimply Hainanese lady was rejected by Australia and the rest of the World accepted ? What is it we do not know ?

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        • 8. AK47  |  September 18, 2015 at 5:59 pm

          Platea480. A certain Lady will bring honours dignity and respectability to all Malaysians, Malays, Chinese, Indians and all. Guess who ?

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      • 9. AK47  |  September 18, 2015 at 5:58 pm

        Ms H, You got Marina on your mind ? Sorry, No ! One more try please !

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  • 10. AYAH  |  September 18, 2015 at 2:54 pm

    Political realignments? Endless configurations? That will be fine to explore.

    But keep the toxic DAP out of the configuration. Unless of course the racist old apek and son and their controlling cohorts are gone. Too much of LKY’s venom is still around in the blood of the racist old apek!

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    • 11. Helen Ang  |  September 18, 2015 at 3:07 pm

      Ayah,

      The bipolar political powers are Umno and DAP. If Umno goes down, it will be DAP that goes up. No two ways about it.

      Tun wants to sink Najib, that’s for sure. The next question is: Is Tun willing for Umno-BN to sink along together just so as to get rid of Najib and other Umno nasties like KJ, Nazri, etc (I’m mentioning the names that Tun possibly dislikes).

      How sure is Tun that when Najib and Umno fall, the powers replacing them (Zaid? and some other names I have in mind but won’t mention for the time being) will be fully in control? Or will these post-Umno Melayus just become puppets and proxies of DAP?

      Tun is 90 years ago. If he carries this upheaval now, there’s no guarantee that he will be around long enough to ensure that the succession he has in mind (I’m not referring to Mukhriz, just speaking in general) will proceed as planned?

      I believe that if the chaos Tun envisions – this is a natural progression from his incessant attacks on the PM – does indeed materialize, it will be the DAP that succeeds in grabbing control during the power vacuum.

      Tun’s bold move is simply too risky.

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      • 12. Helen Ang  |  September 18, 2015 at 3:27 pm

        CORRECTION TYPOS:

        re: “Tun is 90 years ago. If he carries this upheaval now”

        Tun is 90 years OLD. If he carries OUT this upheaval now…

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      • 13. Nenek Kampung  |  September 18, 2015 at 4:24 pm

        Dear Helen,

        Read Matthias Chang’s article. Hmm, He spoke so highly of his boss. Painting him to be a super human of the century….. From what I see, the man that I used to ‘sanjung’ has reduced himself to a child who will stop at nothing to get what he wants. Even at the expanse of causing destruction to the country…….

        Sentence 68 from Surah 36-Yasin…” And to whom We grant long life We reverse in creation ( In his physical and mental capacity); so will they not understand…”

        What with all those around him, who have scores to settle with PM prompting him on, I am sad to see the replay of how the late Tunku Abdul Rahman being used by the so called friends of his…

        Nenek Kampung

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        • 14. Helen Ang  |  September 18, 2015 at 4:49 pm

          Nek,

          You’re right about “what with all those around him, who have scores to settle with PM prompting him on”.

          Sadly both Tun and Najib suffer from the punahsihat keliling pinggang.

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          • 15. Helen Ang  |  September 18, 2015 at 4:52 pm

            One difference.

            Najib’s consultants are paid in the whopping billions such as the originators of Pemandu whereas Tun probably gets free advice.

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            • 16. tebing tinggi  |  September 18, 2015 at 9:24 pm

              Wow !!!, billion and billion on consultant , what is understood he the first PM had a paid consultant .

              What are senior officers and all other government portfolios doing ?.

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      • 17. Platea480  |  September 18, 2015 at 4:25 pm

        Well, if (and that’s a very big “if”), if the DAP or a coalition including the DAP comes into power through free and fair elections, shouldn’t that be treated an admirable exercise of democracy and the ” first past the post” voting system?

        Where is the “risk” in that?

        Are you saying that Malaysians can’t be trusted to exercise their democratic franchise for the benefit of the country?

        Of course, there may be “vested interests” who would be downright unwilling to have their business dealings, contracts etc exposed to public scrutiny.

        Are you saying that these “vested interests” should be “protected” for the “greater good”?

        Are you saying that the “confluence” of race and religion in the country takes precedence over issues such as transparency, good governance and anti-corruption?

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        • 18. Helen Ang  |  September 18, 2015 at 5:05 pm

          re: “shouldn’t that be treated an admirable exercise of democracy and the ‘first past the post’ voting system?”

          The oppo do not endorse the Westminster system and keep harping with their black propaganda that BN is a “minority government”, which is an abuse of the term.

          re: “Where is the ‘risk’ in that?”

          Karpal Singh famously said “over my dead body” for Malaysia to become an Islamic state. Similarly there are too many Malays who say the same about the DAP becoming our country’s rulers.

          And like DAP Johor former deputy chairman Norman Fernandez said, some Malays will shed blood rather than allow the Chinese to seize power. You’ll have to ask Mr Fernandez whether he means it metaphorically or how literally.

          re: “Are you saying that Malaysians can’t be trusted to exercise their democratic franchise for the benefit of the country?”

          How democratic was the engineering of the Kajang by-election? If the oppo supporters opposed such unethical political machinations, they should have boycotted the by-election on principle. They didn’t. They still handed Wan Azizah a win.

          re: “Of course, there may be ‘vested interests’ who would be downright unwilling to have their business dealings, contracts etc exposed to public scrutiny.”

          Yes, like how the DAP refuses to divulge who and how much political funding they received from the big developers.

          re: “Are you saying that these ‘vested interests’ should be “protected” for the ‘greater good’?”

          I thought Najib was playing chicken with the DAP? They make public the names and amount given by their political funders, and Najib gives the name of his Arab donor.

          re: “Are you saying that the ‘confluence’ of race and religion in the country takes precedence over issues such as transparency, good governance and anti-corruption?”

          I say DAP’s transparency cry, DAP’s good governance brag and DAP’s anti-corruption exhortation are the purest bullshit.

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          • 19. islam1st  |  September 18, 2015 at 7:05 pm

            ‘I say DAP’s transparency cry, DAP’s good governance brag and DAP’s anti-corruption exhortation are the purest bullshit.’

            TEPAT SEKALI!

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      • 20. AK47  |  September 18, 2015 at 6:04 pm

        Ms H. I certify that TDM is hale and hearty. Once I hailed a Chinaman that he would live up to 99. He did’nt smile. Quickly, I said, ‘ Sorry ! Up to 100 ! He was all smiles. But unfortunately, this friend of mine was too calculating and did some zany things. He died age 72 ! He did his physical best to better his rival LKY. Man proposes. God disposes !

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  • 21. grandmarquis  |  September 18, 2015 at 4:06 pm

    The whole article is a farce. If UMNO is the problem, why in the world you think that removing Najib will solve any problem? Wouldn’t he will be replaced by another UMNO’s leader?

    So, it is not all about UMNO or the country. It is about removing Najib. But the irony is that from many analyst, the reason why TDM wants Najib out is to save UMNO in the next coming election. If Najib remains as PM, many expect the opposition will take putrajaya.

    So if this is about saving the country from the cancerous of UMNO, why trying to keep it in power in the first place? And I remember some of the oppositions said, if they take putrajaya, the first person they will persecute will be, you know who.

    So is it about saving the country from cancer or it is about saving himself?

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    • 22. Orangkampung  |  September 18, 2015 at 4:58 pm

      I think you meant “the first person they will PROSECUTE”, because they will surely persecute all malays particularly Umno.

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      • 23. grandmarquis  |  September 18, 2015 at 5:25 pm

        Yes, the correct word is prosecute and the follow up word is persecute :-D

        thanks for the correction

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      • 24. islam1st  |  September 18, 2015 at 7:07 pm

        ‘because they will surely persecute all malays particularly Umno.’

        Macam yang jadi kat Penang!

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  • 25. Sabbas48  |  September 18, 2015 at 4:20 pm

    Helen,
    I am wondering whether Tun was thinking like what was once the thinking of the late Dato Onn. To open UMNO to non malays and rename it as United Malaysia National Organisation. I think it is high time we Malaysian move forward from race base political parties to non racial base political parties.
    After 50 over years in politicking the Malays, Chinese, Indian and the rest had matured enough to accept each other as one Warga Malaysia and strife forwartd for the better of everyone. Everyone must be proficient in Bahasa. No one should deny the important of one bahasa as the sole identity of Warga Malaysia.
    And lastly and which is very sensitives to the Malays ia not to redicule the religion of Islam. Even if you disagree to some of its practices, don’t try to say anything that might hurt their feeling.
    I hope we Malaysian can share and be successful in moving forward together.

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    • 26. Helen Ang  |  September 18, 2015 at 4:41 pm

      re: “I am wondering whether Tun was thinking like what was once the thinking of the late Dato Onn.”

      But Malaysian First and Bangsa Malaysia is a concept dominated by the DAP with a vengeance.

      If the Malays were to drop racial barriers today, mereka akan ditipu hidup-hidup selain dijajah oleh DAP.

      re: “To open UMNO to non malays and rename it as United Malaysia National Organisation.”

      Najib is Umno president and it’s not like Tun can budge him through an internal coup.

      Tun established Umno Baru and he is the party man with the membership no.00001. Sit Hasmah is member no.00002.

      If they want an overhaul, it has to be Umno Baru Baru.

      re: “I think it is high time we Malaysian move forward from race base political parties to non racial base political parties.”

      But there is no trust. With the anti-Chinese sentiments as expressed in the Red Shirts rally, how is it possible to open up Umno to non-Malays? (essentially Chinese, since mamaks and non-Muslim pribumi already are Umno members).

      re: “After 50 over years in politicking the Malays, Chinese, Indian and the rest had matured enough to accept each other as one Warga Malaysia”

      The ABU campaign is Asal Bukan Umno and seeks to destroy the biggest political party and one that represents the Malays.

      The ABU-ers hate “Umnoputras” – acode word which encompasses the three million Umno members and their dependents (spouses, children) who are deemed to have benefited from Malay privileges. With their kind of attitude, is 1Warga even possible?

      re: “and strife forward for the better of everyone”

      The Dapsters hold up successful S’pore as something more ‘forward’, i.e. advanced/meritocratic. But where will be the Melayu in the (PAP)DAP scheme of things?

      re: “Everyone must be proficient in Bahasa. No one should deny the important of one bahasa as the sole identity of Warga Malaysia.”

      :D Doesn’t your criteria doom the 1Warga aspiration (vis-a-vis reality as it is today among DAP supporters) from the get-go?

      re: “And lastly and which is very sensitives to the Malays ia not to redicule the religion of Islam.”

      The evangelistas are Christian supremacists.

      re: “Even if you disagree to some of its practices, don’t try to say anything that might hurt their feeling.”

      Does Alvin Tan have a huge fan base among the Chinese youths?

      re: “I hope we Malaysian can share and be successful in moving forward together.”

      Nice of you to say this. Honestly, I touched that you’re positive while I remain negative.

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      • 27. Orangkampung  |  September 18, 2015 at 5:30 pm

        People keep saying we have been merdeka for over 50 years so we should be moving to another plane, like 50 years is some magic number to signify something. Fact is 50 in nation building is not that long for a country like Malaysia that has to pool together all the different ethnicities and throw into that the fact that some group are just too bigheaded to compromise. 50 years is the average age of almost all the Commonwealth countries. Are we doing so badly when compared against all the former British colonies? Are we doing so badly compared to the authoritarian democracy of Singapore?

        You can’t compare Malaysia to Japan, USA or Britain. We can set their democracies as examples or goals. So all these people who yell human rights, freedom, liberties and what not, get real. Within our nation we have this huge gap between the rural and urban culture. We have communities who still do not have piped water (including you Selangor people). We are still putting up infrastructure to provide electricity and access to remote areas. You are talking Jimmy Choo when some group are still walking about without shoes. There is also a gap in education, that’s why it is so easy for people to be influenced through their emotions and pride.

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        • 28. Helen Ang  |  September 18, 2015 at 5:40 pm

          re: “We have communities who still do not have piped water (including you Selangor people).”

          Hahaha. Thanks for the reminder.

          I should change the water stored in the buckets and bottles. Nanti breeding aedes pula.

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        • 29. islam1st  |  September 18, 2015 at 7:43 pm

          ‘People keep saying we have been merdeka for over 50 years so we should be moving to another plane, like 50 years is some magic number to signify something.’

          Exactly. I’m with you on this. After 50 years some already talking about becoming PM, without ever really wanting to work towards becoming one, via pintu belakang, berpakat dan menipu etc.

          50 years is only a generation away. Perhaps Cina truly the tak sabar kakis. Bulldozing into everything and anything that comes their way.

          BM pun macam longkang. Perangai pun masih tongkang. Macam mana nak bersultan dihati?

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          • 30. AK47  |  September 19, 2015 at 12:45 am

            islam1st. Saudara. Our beloved Malaysia is UNIQUE ! We do our own thing with the 3 wonderful ancient civilizations and the bountiful natural resources. The moment we return to NORMALCY, we zoom up to the Moon and the Star unlike the limpid rocket which hung on a piece of cloth since 1966 or 49 years. We are one of the few countries to be this fortunate. We should emulate 850 year old Switzerland and 3,000 year old Japan. And not that tiny isle of BLUFFOLOGISTS, its only natural resource. What we have to learn from them but snide remarks and nothing more !

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            • 31. AK47  |  September 19, 2015 at 12:47 am

              islam1st. Saudara. How many of us realize that we have lived together for hundreds of years in stability, peace and harmony ?

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              • 32. Helen Ang  |  September 19, 2015 at 1:06 am

                That was before the rise and rise of the evangelistas.

                In our years of peaceful co-existence, the suffocating presence of the evangelistas was not felt.

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                • 33. AK47  |  September 19, 2015 at 11:28 am

                  Ms H. The people you speak about are all weak minded and just a phenomenon of today. Tomorrow is another day. As far as I am concern, they can worship anything they like AS LONG AS THEY PAY THE GOVERNMENT TAXES !

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      • 34. AK47  |  September 18, 2015 at 6:24 pm

        Ms H. My view of the Singaporean Trojan Horse DAP is that they are up a pole due to their lack of intellect and being followers of a narcissistic Dictator who actually failed in his undertakings with the Humankind. It is time they do soul searching in line with our National Development and discard in practical politics what Singapore baggage they have and represent. It is silly to keep on talking for 49 years since 1966 and still stuck by doing social welfare work ! This is not meaningful and is only self-service by those in power.

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    • 35. Surrhead  |  September 18, 2015 at 5:54 pm

      Sabbas48……..so far, only you have given a very thoughtful suggestion on improvising our nation’s spirit positively. umno survives using race and religion as tool. HA knows that. Umno, being the lead party, should really moot this action so that others follow – and Malaysia would be a better place….and if umno does that, DAP will lose it’s crowd

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      • 36. islam1st  |  September 18, 2015 at 7:27 pm

        ‘umno survives using race and religion’

        And DAP doesn’t?? Hahaha

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        • 37. AK47  |  September 19, 2015 at 11:16 am

          islam1st. The Singaporean Trojan Horse DAP’s political philosophy is the same as the PAP, the Godless Ultra Communist Political and Social Philosophy imposed on the citizens by the Apparatchiks aka Meritocrats created by the Dictator Lee Kuan Yew (1959-2015). If the Dictator is proven to be obsessed with Power and Nepotism, his reputation and credibility fall. And so does the DAP which linked its destiny on the goody goody of the Dictator because the intellect of the leadership is so-so. This is why they never succeed in out-maneuvering their rivals and always end up quarrelling and calling names. It’s not politics ! Malaysia practises the Free Malaysian Style Democracy with Open Capitalist Characteristics and a Malay Bias with our loyalty and devotion (for centuries) towards the Yang Di Pertuan Agong and the Royal Sultans and our cherished Consitution. It is the political system which is most important and not the Constitution because elected digits mann it. If they become recalcitratant, the checks and balances in our Political System should be able to remove them.

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        • 38. AK47  |  September 19, 2015 at 3:01 pm

          islam1st. Without the crooked conman and Dictator, the Singaporean Trojan Horse DAP is weak. You may observe that all dictatorships collapse soon after the departure of the Dictator eg. Hitler, Mussolini, Franco, Stalin, Mao, Tito, etc. Within 100 days of the departure of the Dictator, Singapore permitted the import of an additional 2,000 pigs daily from Sarawak over and above the 5,000 pigs daily imported from Batam and elsewhere by siblings and otthers. This is a fact since 1997 after the banning of pigs from the Peninsula. Money Money Money.

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    • 39. AK47  |  September 18, 2015 at 6:17 pm

      Sabbas48. Let us face the facts. The Japanese can work together if you look at their environment which forced them to do so eg. bleak landscape, tsunamis, earthquakes, floods etc. The Chinese are all individualists living in a huge country China. When the Emperor is a nice guy and appreciates the fine arts, the whole country is in turmoil. But the Emperor who chops a few heads then the country is in peace and harmony. Chinamen could only be control by authoritarian measures or leave them to do their own thing like the British but firm if they break the laws. The Malays have traditionally banded together for centuries under a leader, Sultan who if wise and strong, we have the Empires of Melaka and Sri Patani. If the Sultan is weak and fun loving, creepy crawlies like the Portuguese, the Dutch, and the British will soon be in the istana ! And the Malays confused and leaderless ! This is the true history of Tanah Melayu !

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      • 40. islam1st  |  September 18, 2015 at 7:30 pm

        ‘If the Sultan is weak and fun loving, creepy crawlies like the Portuguese, the Dutch, and the British will soon be in the istana !’

        ‘Chinamen could only be control by authoritarian measures’

        How true!

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        • 41. AK47  |  September 19, 2015 at 12:40 am

          islam1st. Saudara. Thanks ! Facts are facts. We are all the same underneath the skin !

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          • 42. HY  |  September 19, 2015 at 8:47 am

            fact my kok. the only thing u babble all this while is spore, lky, spore. lky, spore, lky. what else u know us chinese?

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            • 43. The Dictator  |  September 19, 2015 at 9:46 am

              Ah yes. The self hating “Chinese” is here again babbling. After going missing for a certain period of time, he is here again as though to make a point. But his comment is as pathetic as ever. Just like the one who shares the same initial as him. Loud mouth, what a loud mouth.

              What is truly funny is that now he is saying ‘what else u know us chinese’ as if he is a Chinese. Pathetic. Truly pathetic. For those who buy into the DAP’s brand of politic, they have no right whatsoever to identify themselves as “Chinese” but I doubt this person understand any of this.

              Pathetic trash.

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              • 44. AK47  |  September 19, 2015 at 11:07 am

                The Dictator. Fortunately all Chinese like all Malays and all Indians are sane unlike this gobbledygook Chinaman [deleted]

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              • 45. AK47  |  September 19, 2015 at 2:56 pm

                The Dictator. I have never been afraid of trash who use bad words. Thanks !

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            • 46. AK47  |  September 19, 2015 at 11:05 am

              HY. I know a lot about you jealous Chinaman worshipper of your god with feet of clay. Stop you nonsense once and for all. If you have nothing worthwhile to present go and fly kites ! What Chinese are you ?

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              • 47. What Is This  |  September 19, 2015 at 11:33 am

                HY cannot understand what you are saying. He lives in wonderland where denial is the way of life.

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