Attn PAU: “These scumbags are bold because Umno is too lembut”

December 9, 2015 at 6:52 pm 31 comments

By Shamshul Anuar

So get even. No need for Umno leaders to get mad. Just get even. Just turn the tables.

Susah ke?

May I offer a list of things to do?

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Things that Umno must do:

1) Keep on reminding that Kit Siang has been there for more than 40 years as Setiausaha Agung DAP. When he was not the secretary general, he elevated the post of Chairman to that ‘executive chairman’.

2) Keep on saying sentences like ~ “Kalau tak menipu bukan DAP namanya”, “Kalau tak rasis, bukanlah DAP namanya”.

Hannah Yeoh keeps on saying Umno is “wicked”, day in day out. Why not Umno leaders like Rahman Dahlan turn the tables and say, “Hannah perempuan gila”.

3) Use media to whack DAP. How about asking non-stop during prime time (like Berita) on Penang reclamation. Bring on the issue daily. Interview fishermen. Interview NGOs. Interview people on street.

4) Show the list of donors to DAP and PKR. Umno knows how to get the facts. Use it.

5) Rafizi said he was joking when he accused Rosmah of buying RM24 million ring. Why can’t Najib use this admission to nail Rafizi?

If I were to be the PM, I would swear in masjid Pandan. I would challenge Rafizi to swear too. And I would say should Rafizi refuse to swear too, I would take it he lied. Make it a national issue.

THESE SCUMBAGS ARE BOLD because Umno is ‘too lembut’. Be firm and half of the battle is won.

Comment originally @ 2015/12/09 at 6:18 pm

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  • 1. truth  |  December 9, 2015 at 9:17 pm

    Perhimpunan Agong UMNO semalam. Betul ke DS Najib cakap “isu 1MDB, orang kampung tak kisah” ?
    How did he know ? not a wise statement / assumption.

    These days ‘orang kampung’ know how different it is between ’48 juta’ and ’48 bilion’. Why do they still support Najib ?
    Because they are less liberal, firmly holding onto religion and culture values.

    48 billion means bankcrupt

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  • 2. Tebing Tinggi II  |  December 9, 2015 at 9:58 pm

    And Malaysia will join the TPPA and be beholden to the US. Blame that on the “scumbags” too.

    Oh, yes – why not blame them for the weak ringgit, the 30 billion shortfall in government finances next year, oil prices that are in the pits, GST, the lousy education system etc?

    Or for “entrenched patronage” and the institutionalisation of racial and religious politics?

    Why not go the whole hundred yards as far as the “scumbags” are concerned?

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  • 3. Surrhead  |  December 10, 2015 at 12:56 pm

    The difference between umno supporters and smart people are that umno supporters wants umno to hang on to power and keep on cheating and lying to the nation.

    Smart people wants a clean gov where it works for the people and practices accountability.

    What is happening to our GST collection???
    Why are prices of everything is going up??

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    • 4. Helen Ang  |  December 10, 2015 at 3:35 pm

      Brainwashed cult members think they’re voting for clean, transparent and accountable when the ‘D’ in the party name actually stands for ‘dajjal’.

      re: “Why are prices of everything is going up??”

      You mean like Penang property prices?

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      • 5. Surrhead  |  December 10, 2015 at 3:51 pm

        I am not like you, i don’t buy property everyday……i buy household goods, susu for anak, change worn car parts, service kereta and the normal etc.

        Do you know Nestle’s baby grains has risen from RM8 plus to RM12 plus? i am assuming you don’t have a baby now, so you wouldn’t know…we shall not go to the milk powders’ pricing….

        SO, what is happening to our GST collection??

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        • 6. Helen Ang  |  December 10, 2015 at 4:03 pm

          Ordinary people (first-time wannabe house owners) cannot afford to even buy starter homes.

          You’re obviously unaware of the many Malay and Indian kampungs demolished in Penang so that the DAP’s best friend (property developers) can rake in the moolah.

          Penang has the distinction of Botak Hills due to the greed of the state government in cahoots with property developers.

          On a smaller scale (but same principle of being accountable for money collection), what’s happened to all the 20sen collected for each plastic bag in plastic-free Penang?

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          • 7. Mulan  |  December 10, 2015 at 4:48 pm

            On a smaller scale (but same principle of being accountable for money collection), what’s happened to all the 20sen collected for each plastic bag in plastic-free Penang?

            You forgot the cukai katil and water surcharge.

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            • 8. Hawkeye  |  December 10, 2015 at 5:19 pm

              “what’s happened to all the 20sen collected for each plastic bag in plastic-free Penang?”

              ….And Selangor too!

              Bukan itu sahaja. Embi sudah tukar, tapi kualiti jalan makin lama makin ke longkang. Lubang sana sini mengalahkan remaja berjerawat terlebih hormon! PBT Selangor tidur ke?

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          • 9. Surrhead  |  December 10, 2015 at 4:54 pm

            As i have said earlier, i don’t buy properties everyday or annually. There are low-cost houses in penang….http://www.themalaymailonline.com/malaysia/article/low-cost-home-owners-in-penang-warned-not-to-rent-out-units

            on the 20sen plastic bag issue, i am assuming you are playing dumb. everybody knows the charge is to get people to bring their own bags, where it should reduce plastic bag usage. and the 20sen is charged by the vendor, not the gov.

            What is happening to our GST collection?
            is someone in power using GST collection to cover up the debt churned by 1mdb?
            do u know that umno sold IPP that was previously owned by fellow Malaysians to Edra China?? looks like China will be making money off Malaysians forever. Umno’s way of doing business is baffling indeed. And yet some people wants umno to stay in power….

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            • 10. Helen Ang  |  December 10, 2015 at 5:26 pm

              re: “As i have said earlier, i don’t buy properties every day or annually.”

              Who does? The majority of Average Joes buy one (or two) properties in their lifetime. The problem is that young families nowadays, esp. in Penang, cannot afford to buy a first home.

              re: “There are low-cost houses in Penang….”

              And a waiting list of 25,065. Err, do you suspect that DAP cronies will get first dibs?

              re: “on the 20sen plastic bag issue, i am assuming you are playing dumb. … and the 20sen is charged by the vendor, not the gov.”

              The revenue goes to the Penang and Selangor governments.

              “George Town: After years of silence, the DAP-led state government finally revealed the amount of money it had collected from the 20 sen non-plastic bag initiative and this was only done after a group of 30 people staged a protest at Komtar yesterday.” – http://www.malaysiandigest.com/news/193751-no-plastic-bag-campaign-dap-reveals-where-the-20-sen-went-folowing-protest.html

              Why are you not interested in holding your political party (the side you support) more accountable?

              re: “What is happening to our GST collection?”

              I’m not a Pemandu staff. In fact, I’ve called several times for Pemandu to be dissolved.

              re: “Is someone in power using GST collection to cover up the debt churned by 1mdb?”

              Please give us the link where this is reported.

              re: “do u know that umno sold IPP that was previously owned by fellow Malaysians to Edra China??”

              It was Tun who privatized the energy sector.

              re: “looks like China will be making money off Malaysians forever”

              Okay, so China is becoming big and strong everywhere. That should make the diaspora happy and lansi.

              re: “Umno’s way of doing business is baffling indeed.”

              Will DAP’s way of doing business be any better? Did they conduct their party election more transparently than Umno did? What about the “blame it on Excel fiasco”?

              re: “And yet some people wants Umno to stay in power….”

              Because we do not want the DAP to come to power. It’s a very straightforward ‘Either … Or’ equation.

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              • 11. Surrhead  |  December 10, 2015 at 5:43 pm

                well, looks like your priorities differs than mine…..i harp on everyday issues and you hoodwink with non issues….good luck hoodwinking……

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                • 12. Helen Ang  |  December 10, 2015 at 5:47 pm

                  You seem to be visiting my blog every day. What non-issues do you come here for?

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                  • 13. Surrhead  |  December 10, 2015 at 6:13 pm

                    just out check out the your hoodwinking manner and the gullibles

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                    • 14. Helen Ang  |  December 10, 2015 at 6:15 pm

                      Spoken like one of them.

    • 15. calvinsankaran  |  December 10, 2015 at 3:44 pm

      You mean DAP don’t want to hang on to power? Is that why LKS been in control of DAP like since forever ? And that LGE elected himself as the CM without any vote? And Tony and Hannah head DAP Selangor despite not getting the highest votes?

      GST collection – GST is only 6% but the unscrupulous traders (almost all of whom are DAP supporters) increased the prices of goods by several times the GST rate.

      Prices are going up because ringgit has fallen? Blame Tony Pua and PH leaders who sabotaged the currency by spreading false and doctored info about 1MDB.

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      • 16. Surrhead  |  December 10, 2015 at 5:25 pm

        aiyaa…… calvin. umno@bn has been ruling all the while. It is umno’s responsibility to see that Malaysians live well. Thus, umno has to bear the brunt of it’s shortcomings….is that so hard to comprehend? And i still don’t see the logic on how DAP will run Malaysia while competing for 80plus seats only…somebody is fooling you since you are an easy take…..

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  • 17. calvinsankaran  |  December 10, 2015 at 1:40 pm

    “If Umno is rejected in the next general election, the country’s Malays and Muslims will be at the hands of a DAP-dominated federal opposition coalition that is anti-Islam and anti-Malay, Datuk Seri Najib Razak warned today” ====> Now this is more like it….bravo….way to go !

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    • 18. Helen Ang  |  December 10, 2015 at 3:31 pm

      Exactly!

      Such a simple message. Just hammer it home.

      Tambah sikit: Bukan sekadar anti Islam tetapi munafik lagi. Boleh ugut nak buat laporan polis neh.

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    • 19. anonymous  |  December 10, 2015 at 4:46 pm

      I think the Malays have got the idea already, with the treatment of DAP towards PAS and PKR.

      The problem is the Malays are still very much divided even in UMNO itself.

      Reply
  • 20. Kineas1067  |  December 10, 2015 at 4:26 pm

    So, the whole concept of democracy and being voted peacefully into power through the ballot box is flawed?

    Or that Malaysia is a “special case” where the norms of parliamentary democracy aren’t applicable?

    You can’t have it both ways. No matter how many contortions you go through.

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    • 21. Mulan  |  December 10, 2015 at 5:11 pm

      “So, the whole concept of democracy and being voted peacefully into power through the ballot box is flawed? ”

      So you are bringing up the Banglasia story again isn’t it?

      I wonder whether Microsoft Excel fook-up is definitely a case of proper ballot box management.

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      • 22. Kineas1067  |  December 11, 2015 at 1:26 pm

        Urm, you really are confused, aren’t you?

        In a parliamentary democracy, with the vote being secret and all and with “first past the post”, are you faulting the voters who have chosen to vote for DAP candidates?

        If voters vote for Umno candidates, are they to be praised for their choice?

        What’s the “Banglasia story” got to do with it?

        Unless you know something that the rest of us don’t?

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        • 23. Mulan Malaysia  |  December 11, 2015 at 10:32 pm

          “Unless you know something that the rest of us don’t?”
          I know how to use Excel and you don’t.

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  • 24. Mulan  |  December 10, 2015 at 4:38 pm

    “Use media to whack DAP. How about asking non-stop during prime time (like Berita) on Penang reclamation. Bring on the issue daily. Interview fishermen. Interview NGOs. Interview people on street.”

    Here is new modal to whack DAP Penang apart from Doggate scandal. The one brewing…. the heritage building issue.

    http://www.themalaymailonline.com/malaysia/article/department-faults-penang-for-unprotected-heritage-sites-in-state
    “GEORGE TOWN, Dec 8 ― Delays by the Penang government prevented 18 sites and buildings identified here as heritage sites from being gazetted as such, said National Heritage Department commissioner Dr Zainah Ibrahim.

    She said the department had identified these buildings and sites of heritage value, located all around Penang, since 2008.”

    http://www.themalaymailonline.com/malaysia/article/activist-booted-from-closed-door-session-at-penang-heritage-conference

    “GEORGE TOWN, Dec 10 — An activist who wanted to raise concerns over heritage issues in George Town was escorted out of a consultancy session at the Unesco conference on heritage site management today despite receiving an invitation to the event from Think City.”

    http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/citynews/georgetown/article/no-ones-watching-heritage-building-owners-do-as-they-please/no-ones-watching-heritage-building-owners-do-as-they-please

    “Lack of enforcement in Unesco World Heritage Site, George Town is emboldening heritage building owners to build and renovate their properties without regard for guidelines and the authorities’ approval, claims non-governmental organisation (GTHA).”

    The Tokong has now new enemies. First the dog and animal lovers, second the environmental conservationists and now the heritage activists.Such achievement in 2015.
    Padan muka if the Unesco status is revoked.

    Only if UMNO is listening!

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    • 25. shamshul anuar  |  December 10, 2015 at 5:08 pm

      Mulan,

      What is required in simply common sense. Unfortunately , common sense is tot that common in UMNO.

      Just be blunt. Say it with conviction. Say it out loud. Cant anyone in UMNO question why only 15 elected CEC members in DAP get to choose the office bearers. Why c ant the delegates numbering more than 1000 chooses the office bearers?

      Why not put the lists of demolished kampungs in Penang for the world to see? and show how come all the demolished kampungs “happen’ to be inhabited by Malays only.

      UMNO masih tk sedar ke yg DAP sedang “berperang” dengannya(UMNO)?

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      • 26. Mulan  |  December 10, 2015 at 5:12 pm

        Cabar UNESCO supaya buat audit di Penang… habis cerita.

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      • 27. Kineas1067  |  December 11, 2015 at 3:17 pm

        It’s called “urban renewal”, btw. A much misunderstood concept, seeing as how KL and JB, for instance, have morphed into “urban sprawls” with the associated problems of traffic congestion, marked income inequalities and a lack of “affordable housing”.

        In fact, as the Singapore Straits Times noted in a report today:

        “Indeed, all is not well financially for the average Malaysian.

        “Last year, average monthly household income was RM4,585 (S$1,508), with the mean household expenditure at RM3,578.

        “Malaysia has the highest household debt in Asia, amounting to 87.9 per cent of the gross domestic product as of December last year.”

        In fact, the PM, in his opening speech at the Umno assembly, acknowledged that housing and cost of living are “huge issues and have become the people’s main worry” (as reported in the paper).

        So, why single out Penang and the state government there?

        Whose fault is it that “average monthly household income was RM4,585” in Malaysia last year? After 50+ years of independence?

        Nobody makes a big song and dance about this, do they?

        Including Helen. But then, as she claims, she is not an expert in finance, development economics, economic restructuring and competitiveness.

        Teflon…

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    • 28. Kineas1067  |  December 11, 2015 at 2:21 pm

      If the electorate is listening…..

      Are you placing Umno on a higher level than the voters in Penang?

      As far as Unesco is concerned, I am sure that they are perfectly capable of monitoring their “heritage sites”.

      Unless you are saying that they are both “blind” and “biased”?

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  • 29. Mulan  |  December 11, 2015 at 4:06 pm

    “Are you placing Umno on a higher level than the voters in Penang? ”

    So there are actually no one who voted for UMNO in Penang. Typical DAP supporter. Always assuming that there is no party except DAP and everyone would only vote DAP.

    At 48 years old, I believe you sudah nyanyuk. There are people who vote for BN in Penang.

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    • 30. Kineas1067  |  December 11, 2015 at 4:42 pm

      Ah, yes. But in a parliamentary democracy, it’s “first past the post” that counts, right?

      And in Penang, the DAP had more of it’s candidates “first past the post” than Umno and the other BN components.

      Do you have a problem with that? Or are you being selectively interpretative?

      As far as “nyanyuk” is concerned, it takes one to recognise one…

      Hahaha…..

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      • 31. Mulan  |  December 11, 2015 at 5:06 pm

        Sorry. Forgot to wish you.

        Reply

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