10 photos of The Dictator’s kaki ampu bodek

December 28, 2015 at 7:50 pm 32 comments

Ahmad Maslan and Khairy Jamaluddin are two sides of the same coin. Both are braggart poseurs.

The main difference between them is that the former constantly puts his foot in mouth (latest stint under the spotlight, here) while the latter strives to be politically correct by swaying like lalang to public sentiment.

Umno is going to suffer in GE14 from having such self-referential cabinet ministers who are (a) so divorced from the ground, and (b) lacking in genuity and firm leadership. They just make the grassroots meluat.

BELOW: (a) Mr CPGA 3.85 circumambulated cucumber slices around the wok, now how real is that?

while (b) Mr Oxford Philosophy-Politics-and-Economics bachelor degree (one year’s worth of study in each discipline, eh?) is even smarter … pandai bodek

(a)

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(b) Look at KJ’s face after his strenuous ampu exercise

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KJ

DAP are two-faced fakers

KJ’s latest grabbing of the headlines is over the Israeli windsurfers visa controversy and choosing to go with the tide of popular Malay opinion.

Taking the opposite stance is Perak DAP economic development bureau chief Chong Zhemin. See, ‘KJ slammed for “unsporting” barring of Israeli windsurfers‘ (Malaysiakini, 26 Dec 2015).

BELOW: Oxford snorts

Khairy snorts

DAP evangelista play kissy-kissy with Palestine supporters

DAP however failed stick to its guns after a backlash from the Malay public whom the party is desperately courting.

Dapsy Perak chief Howard Lee quickly backpedaled by saying that Chong Zhemin was merely voicing his own personal opinion – see, ‘Israel: Kenyataan Chong bukan pendirian Dapsy’ (FMT, 27 Dec 2015).

It is nonetheless Chong’s statement (not Lee’s) that is representative of how the voter base of the evangelical party, i.e. the Christian Zionists and the Chinese, truly feel about the Israel-Palestinian issue.

BELOW: MCA’s relationship with Umno

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In politics, hypocrisy is the main job requirement

“Ketua Penerangan Pemuda PAS, Ahmad Fadhli Shaari berkata, kenyataan Chong itu merupakan gambaran sikap sebenar DAP yang pro-Israel.” See, ‘Isu Palestin: DAP tunjuk sikap sebenar’ (Sinar Harian, 27 Dec 2015)

Chong is an ex-lecturer of the MCA university Utar.

Imagine that! MCA providing cushy jobs to the DAP hardcore in its companies and businesses. Incidentally, DAP Serdang evangelista MP Ong Kian Ming was also previously attached to the MCA think-tank.

Like I’ve been saying, MCA is incubating the next generation of DAP activists and politicians while nourishing the scissorati.

BELOW: Tip of the day on how to butter your boss

Colour-blind Hannah the ultimate brown noser

Up and coming divas must know how to ampu bodek the party No.1. in order for their political career to get a rocket boost.

@hannahyeoh shows how it’s done in her tweet (above) about spending hours listening to Chairman Kim share his precious thoughts. I hope Hannah remembered to bring her tablet along for taking notes.

BELOW: “Gathering of brilliant minds”, konon — Hannah Yeoh laying it thick

The notebook

~ Kim photo gallery

His retinue of note takers is more in DAP style than Umno’s as the PPTA is too tidak apa to bother

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Buffet! Hannah Chinny-Chin-Chin would be thrilled

Additional note:

Chong Zhemin has retracted his original statement

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  • 1. shamshul anuar  |  December 28, 2015 at 8:20 pm

    Helen,

    As for your claim that MCA is incubating DAPsters, you are spot on. How UMNO pretends everything is OK with regards to its ties with MCA is beyond my comprehension.

    I still try to grasp the idea of giving ministerial posts to MCA despite MCA members themselves voted Ghani Othman out. I still cant understand the need for Najib to please the Chinese when almost entire Chinese population voted DAP in. And why the need to reward the very race that wants you (Najib) or UMNO dead.

    Ahmad Maslan and Khairi being out of touch of reality is another matter. Their big boss(Najib) too is another problem. He simply refuses to accept reality that Chinese will no longer vote BN or UMNO or MCA. The fact that BN won in Teluk Intan was simply due to DAP’s putting a Malay candidate while BN offered a Chinese candidate.

    Najib appears to be at loss. He is unable to grasp the concerns of Malay community. In Teluk air Tawar, Pulau Pinang, Malays are very upset with “pembangunan” in the air force base. they know that “pembangunan” means the change in demography. The current Malay majority is likely to become Malay minority constituent.

    The current ADUN and MP are from UMNO. Why cant Najib just listens to them.

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    • 2. I Am Woman  |  December 28, 2015 at 8:51 pm

      Najib does not appear to be at loss. Najib Is Lost. He lives in “kayangan” totally disconnected from the masses and then he appoints people like Ahmad Maslan and KJ who live just a step below his kayangan.

      Penang. I think Umno has given up Penang to Dap for sure. They are not even even to try to fight for it. Look at Umno Penang, with “nenek” leading the fight and without any support from Umno central. It’s pathetic.

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      • 3. Helen Ang  |  December 28, 2015 at 9:38 pm

        re: “Najib does not appear to be at loss. Najib Is Lost.”

        I disagree. For the last 40 years, PAS and Umno have been mortal enemies. Now for the first time since Tun Razak’s era, PAS and Umno are no longer at loggerheads but finding common ground.

        This perpaduan Melayu that is developing has Najib to thank for. Muhyiddin, Zahid, Hisham and Anifah (I’m leaving out Shafie Apdal ‘cos he’s history) would not be able to swing it.

        Tun and PAS are like oil and water whereas Najib has struck up a good rapport with the PAS leaders who count.

        The PAS-Umno cooperation for GE14 will happen. This needs Najib to pull off and see through. Without Malay unity, BN will be dead in the water, esp. with Sarawak kini kian meragam.

        re: “He lives in “kayangan” totally disconnected from the masses”

        Unfortunately he’s a bangsawan and there is also The Missus. But the flip side is his noblesse oblige, which is a good trait. We need a war general – the is the most important and paramount trait. Hopefully, the ‘Iron’ vein will be tempered by aristocratic velvet.

        You think Muhyiddin is connected to the masses, meh? If he were, the grassroots support for him would not be so tepid.

        Zahid is popular with the ground, granted, but he will not hold up in the international/diplomatic arena as well as Najib with his polished, plummy English accent.

        Hisham? I don’t think you can un’see’ (once seen) his collection of photos with KJ.

        re: “and then he appoints people like Ahmad Maslan and KJ who live just a step below his kayangan”

        Hahahaha. He has no choice but to appoint KJ ‘cos KJ is Youth Chief. Recall that he did not appoint KJ the first time around in his (Najib’s) debut cabinet.

        But his recent appointments are satisfactory, no? Appointing Ustaz Nasha was a stroke of genius. We like Rahman Dahlan as Strategic Comms Director. His fellow Kota Beluder SSK is okay as well.

        Mahdzir Khalid is a good man to have. Maybe he’ll rise some more. But for now at least it looks like he has a sensible head on his shoulder and doesn’t flip-flop.

        re: “I think Umno has given up Penang to DAP for sure.”

        This is the dictate of demography. Wait patiently for the birth rate to take effect.

        re: “They are not even even to try to fight for it.”

        You must ask Mulan to tell you more about the Penang Chinese mentality.

        re: “Look at Umno Penang, with ‘nenek’ leading the fight and without any support from Umno central. It’s pathetic.”

        There will be a Kedah green contagion in future once the PAS-Umno pact proceeds apace. Keep the bigger picture and loner term perspective in mind.

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        • 4. I Am Woman  |  December 28, 2015 at 10:09 pm

          You know, as much as we would like to see the Pas and Umno Malays bersatu, I’m still not confident we will see it in time for the next GE. But stranger things have happened.

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          • 5. Helen Ang  |  December 28, 2015 at 10:25 pm

            Such a tie-up will certainly change our political dynamics in a big way.

            PAS has probably realised that Umno is nowhere near being Syaitan Besar with the DAP evangelistas now in the picture.

            Remember not too long ago, the timbalan ketua Dewan Ulama said, https://helenang.wordpress.com/2015/06/04/dewan-ulama-pas-cina-dap-rata-rata-kristian-lawan-hukum-allah/

            This realisation is beginning to sink in.

            There’s been significant changes in PAS since the Erdogans were booted out. For one, Ustaz Tantawi is now info chief. But more importantly, Zuhdi Marsuki is the PAS research centre’s new operations director. He’s the man to watch for the direction that PAS is headed.

            Another mover and shaker is Nik Abduh who appears to be pro-UG.

            Also, you can suss this out yourself but I’ve been told that Haron Din has got a big, soft spot for the PM.

            The thing about the PAS ulamas is that they’ve got their own internal logic and are impervious to pressures by the social media.

            TMI and its ilk can be all the sound and fury they can muster (in favour of PAN) but you can trust that the Majlis Syura cannot be budged once the course is set.

            There is huge disconnect between the propaganda fed to the Chinese 95 percent masses and Firsters compared to the reality of Malay politics. The PAS ulama and leaders don’t give a rat’s ass for the opinion of the voices which dominate the English-language national discourse.

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            • 6. shamshul anuar  |  December 28, 2015 at 10:59 pm

              Helen,

              As for cooperation( or at the very least dropping the hostility) between PAS and UMNO, I am not that enthusiastic.

              Though those Malays who are concern about Malays welcome that development, I must say that the path forward is very challenging. No doubt those worshipping DAP are already booted out in the recent muktamar. But decade old antagonism against UMNO is still there.

              But a positive development should be appreciated. I believe partly PAS begin to realise how ruthless DAP is. The tahaluf siyasi has become “bahalul” siyasi. PAS learnt the hard way.

              Actually I begin to sense that PR( or whatever remains of it) is worried. THey(mainly from DAP, PKR) are concerned as the Malays though are upset with UMNO still are not “embracing” PR.

              Previously, PAS gives the Malay character to PR. Without PAS, PR is almost entirely a non malay affair. Those Malays who won on pKR ticket are actually won on PAS support. PKR does not have credible Malay supports.

              As for UMNO, may its president realise that the way to deal with DAP is through decisiveness. No two way about it.

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              • 7. islam1st  |  December 29, 2015 at 11:19 pm

                ‘Without PAS, PR is almost entirely a non malay affair. ‘

                Although Amanah had tried very-very hard.

                ‘Amanah ingin mengucapkan tahniah kepada DAP atas penarikan balik kenyataan peribadi yang dikeluarkan seorang pimpinan DAP Perak berhubung penyekatan kemasukan atlet Israel ke Malaysia.

                Kesanggupan pimpinan DAP Perak untuk menarik balik kenyataan tersebut memperlihatkan sensitiviti mereka terhadap perasaan ummat Islam di negara ini. Sikap DAP ini jauh berbeza dengan sikap Umno BN yang pernah menjemput pasukan kriket Israel ke Malaysia pada tahun 1997 dan membenarkan kemasukan atlet Muay Thai Israel pada tahun 2011.
                – See more at: http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/rencana/article/tahniah-dap-atas-penarikan-balik-kenyataan-peribadi-ahli-amanah#sthash.I41Ad6y5.dpuf

                Wueekkk!! Nak Muntah la bang Mat Sabu woiii!

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    • 8. kampong lad  |  December 28, 2015 at 8:54 pm

      i said it before & nak ulang, ulang & ulang; antara kelemahan orang melayu, baik tak kena tempat & garang (cenge) pun salah tempat.

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    • 9. ebyre  |  January 10, 2016 at 9:41 am

      Spot on Shamshul Anuar and you’re absolute right. It seems MCA is working hand in hand with DAP..and UMNO seems not to bother.Like racun makan badan. Najib on the contrary is useless leader who will listen to his inner circle only, out of touch with grassroot. He gives every chance for Chinese voters to annihaliate UMNO in coming PRU and his accomodative stance isn’t giving any benefit to UMNO/BN. He seems to be making lot of enemies within and without. He has to mend his ways and preceptions of the Malays/bumi majority. His too confidence stance isn’t what UMNO’s grassroot have right now. Syok sendiri syndrome engulfing him right now. Pathetic behaviour.

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  • 10. I Am Woman  |  December 28, 2015 at 8:43 pm

    Quite a few issues on one post. I’m going to comment on KJ and Israel.

    Not cool, man. I will say he failed in handling that issue.
    It’s a world event which I assumed was not planned and organized overnight. His ministry should have settled Israeli’s participation issue way before and not wait till the last hour to set terms.

    It’s this kind of handling of issues that brings bad press on Malaysia.

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    • 11. Helen Ang  |  December 28, 2015 at 9:46 pm

      I agree. Malaysia should not have hosted if we’re going to bar (block/make it difficult for) the defending or world champions (Israel) from competing.

      Not allowing their national anthem to be played should they win gold is petty.

      Malaysia has certainly got our right to maintain our position on Israel and Palestine but politics should not have interfered with sports.

      If Malaysia wishes to hold this political position, then don’t host the international sports event, that’s all, especially when the eventual winner loses legitimacy with this bureaucratic ‘disqualification’ of the defending champs.

      It is even more disgraceful for the DAP to be unable to stick to principle. This bowing and scraping for popularity with the Malay voters at the expense of principle is exactly DAP 2.0 evangelista. Sneaky scumbags.

      What DISGUSTING hypocrites. Just like all their tudung- and songkok-wearing.

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      • 12. I Am Woman  |  December 28, 2015 at 10:17 pm

        You’re right about Dap. They should have stuck with Chong. But here you see the Dapster machinery at work. They have made a stand to win over Malay voters, even at the expense of principle and now we can see most of their supporters will toe the party line and if they can’t abandon their principle, they will refrain from commenting.

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        • 13. Helen Ang  |  December 28, 2015 at 10:28 pm

          Or they will do the “Bak Kut Teh is not pork” thing that they’re so good at.

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      • 14. islam1st  |  December 29, 2015 at 11:23 pm

        ‘Malaysia has certainly got our right to maintain our position on Israel and Palestine but politics should not have interfered with sports.’

        I disagree Helen. Semua benda yang libatkan manusia, akan mahu atau tidak melibatkan politik. We have every right to dictates the two Israeli on do’s and don’t. Tak boleh ikut, boleh blah maa!

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        • 15. Helen Ang  |  December 29, 2015 at 11:33 pm

          re: “Tak boleh ikut, boleh blah maa!”

          I disagree, islam1st. If Malaysia is unable to be sporting in conducting a sports tournament, then we should not have hosted it and deprived the Israeli teenagers from defending their world titles.

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          • 16. islam1st  |  December 29, 2015 at 11:37 pm

            ‘deprived the Israeli teenagers from defending their world titles.’

            Those two got to learn, if they haven’t already, that lives isn’t fair at all. Ask the Palestinian teens if they must!

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            • 17. Helen Ang  |  December 30, 2015 at 12:14 am

              Life may not be fair but sports competitions are supposed to be as fair as possible. That’s the Olympic spirit.

              Berlin Olympics 1936

              “It took a lot of courage for him to befriend me in front of Hitler… You can melt down all the medals and cups I have and they wouldn’t be a plating on the 24-karat friendship I felt for Lutz Long at that moment. Hitler must have gone crazy watching us embrace. The sad part of the story is I never saw Long again. He was killed in World War II.” – Jesse Ownes

              Black American sprinter Jesse Owens won the 100m, 200m and 100m X 4 relay golds. He also won the long jump gold.

              Each athlete had 3 jumps in the qualifying round. Owens fouled two of his attempts. “One was just a practice run where he continued down the runway into the pit, but German officials didn’t buy it and counted it as a jump.” – source

              In the second, Owens fell short of the required distance by three inches. With one last try, if Owens fouled again, he wouldn’t have made it to the finals. Guess who helped him?

              His stiffest competitor, the German long jumper Luz Long. His rival advised Owens to take off from half a foot behind the board to ensure that he would not be fouled for over-stepping. See ‘A True Sportsman’ (Google Books)

              Urban legend: Long was so sporting that he even placed his towel at the point at which Owens should launch himself. The video below of old b&w footage shows Long being the first to congratulate Owens.

              If Long had prayed for Owens to be disqualified instead of helping him, there was a good chance that Long himself could have won that long jump gold.

              There have been hundreds of long jump medalists in the Olympics. Luz Long stands out and is remembered for his sporting spirit. Even the name of gold medalists would not come to public mind.

              Malaysia will stand out for our bad sportsmanship in this windsurfing fiasco.

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  • 18. Chris  |  December 28, 2015 at 9:27 pm

    “Whereas it appeareth that even if certain forms of government are better calculated than others to protect individuals in the free exercise of their natural rights, and are at the same time themselves better guarded against degeneracy, yet experience hath shewn, that even under the best forms (of government), those entrusted with power have, in time, and by slow operations, perverted it into tyranny. And it is believed that the most effectual means of preventing this would be, to illuminate, as far as practicable, the minds of the people at large, …. whence it becomes expedient for promoting the publick happiness that those persons – whom nature hath endowed with genius and virtue – should be rendered by liberal education worthy to receive, and able to guard the sacred deposit of the rights and liberties of their fellow citizens, and that they should be called to that charge without regard to wealth, birth or accidental condition of circumstance.”
    – President Thomas Jefferson (1801-09)

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    • 19. Helen Ang  |  December 28, 2015 at 9:54 pm

      re: “those entrusted with power have, in time, and by slow operations, perverted it into tyranny.”

      Yup. In the north. In the state where the cruel massacre of stray dogs recently took place.

      re: “to illuminate, as far as practicable, the minds of the people at large”

      It won’t happen in Sekolah Demokrasi DAP and all those youth camps organized by the evangelista YBs.

      re: “those persons … should be called to that charge without regard to wealth, birth or accidental condition of circumstance”

      Tough. The Bintang Lima hit squads will (character) assassinate them first. Not many people will be willing step into the line of fire. This will require putting up with the ultra kiasu harassment and vicious smear campaigns conducted by the cyber terrorists.

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  • 20. Spectre  |  December 29, 2015 at 12:05 pm

    Khairy Jamaluddin yang Sempoi dan santai di Festiva Belia Putrajaya 2015

    Oh so glamorous !

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    • 21. Helen Ang  |  December 29, 2015 at 1:46 pm

      $ I G H …

      He got a well oiled personal publicity machinery, ya?

      Wonder how Regina gonna prevent him from losing brownie points with her Dapsters over the Israeli athletes flap.

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      • 22. Spectre  |  December 29, 2015 at 3:01 pm

        He’s no different from HY. Whereas HY’s personality cult is creepy despite being furnished with Gucci and Prada, KJ’s personality is all about style. Ah the glamor, so glam. Besides the man is a real hunk, unlike HY whose weight is now a stone or stone north since 2008. l o l !

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        • 23. Helen Ang  |  December 29, 2015 at 3:07 pm

          re: “HY whose weight is now a stone”

          You mean 10 or possibly a dozen stones?

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          • 24. Spectre  |  December 29, 2015 at 5:05 pm

            Most likely 3 stones but who knows, maybe after New Year and Lunar New Year her weight will go north by a stone or 2 again.

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            • 25. Helen Ang  |  December 29, 2015 at 8:38 pm

              Yup. Her weight bounces like a yoyo, identical to DAP politics which retracts and backpedals because they cannot stick to principle.

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              • 26. islam1st  |  December 29, 2015 at 11:26 pm

                lol, korang nakal la!

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                • 27. Helen Ang  |  December 30, 2015 at 12:28 am

                  Spectre and I were not being deliberately nakal. We just used different approaches of measuring to cross purposes.

                  I reckon he meant that Madame’s weight has increased by a stone (14 lbs) or two (28 lbs).

                  I looked at it that her weight is hovering around 10 stones (140 lbs) or a dozen stones (168 lbs).

                  140 lbs (?)

                  168 lbs (?)

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                  • 28. Helen Ang  |  December 30, 2015 at 12:32 am

                    Tambah-tambah lagi, si Puan Speaker orangnya teramat pendek.

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                • 29. Helen Ang  |  December 30, 2015 at 12:34 am

                  Postscript:

                  Her weight during pregnancy must have been 300 lbs!

                  Plump is comel and huggable but Hannah-beached-whale was probably a health risk to her baby.

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  • 30. Setem  |  December 29, 2015 at 1:02 pm

    quote,”Umno is going to suffer in GE14 from having such self-referential cabinet ministers who are (a) so divorced from the ground, and (b) lacking in genuity and firm leadership. They just make the grassroots meluat.”unquote.

    The blame should UMNO suffer in GE14, should be directed to the boss on top, the hopeless, uninspired, tin-kosong UMNO President.

    I find it very intriguing that while you have been careful not to bash Najib in your blogs, you make no bones of your disgusts over some of his cabinet ministers, Helen.

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    • 31. Helen Ang  |  December 29, 2015 at 1:39 pm

      re: “I find it very intriguing that while you have been careful not to bash Najib in your blogs …”

      Unlike you, I do not consider him hopeless, uninspired and tin kosong.

      In fact, he’s the BN’s last hope. Remove him from the equation and the centre will not hold (BN disintegrate). Things will fall apart. The opposition is promoting anarchy, haven’t you noticed?

      Seriously. You think Muhyiddin has the calibre to lead BN to victory over the sneaky DAP?

      Unless you want Putrajaya to fall into the DAP’s hands, what other choice do we have?

      ,

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      • 32. islam1st  |  December 29, 2015 at 11:12 pm

        ‘You think Muhyiddin has the calibre to lead BN to victory over the sneaky DAP?’

        I started to doubt it Helen. All I want now is for the perpaduan ummah to move forward. UMNO intact. Howard Lee may not be happy though!

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