What can Johor Umno give Johor PAS?

January 4, 2016 at 11:10 am 34 comments

Short answer: The MCA seats to contest

Blogs which have “got fascinating charts and graphs” love to analyze data — work which the blog admins obviously enjoy doing.

Regression lines can be predictive, i.e. using the existing statistical model to predict an anticipated outcome. Input the ‘x’ figure, and the graph will tell you what ‘y’ figure is most likely.

Example, if the Parliament seat has 55 percent Chinese voters, how much of the total votes is the DAP candidate going to obtain?

Although I’ve got no formula for the following forecast but I do predict that the hardcore Protun votes are lost to Umno-BN for GE14 just as the Chinese votes already have been 95 percent lost.


My write-up above answers the question tossed by Annie @ http://lifeofaannie.blogspot.my/2016/01/what-can-johor-umno-gives-to-johor-pas.html

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  • 1. tebing tinggi  |  January 4, 2016 at 12:21 pm

    UMNO will bungkus in the coming GE ,that for sure , PAS will be the leading party that represent the Malays .

    Who PAS will teams with to form the next government ,it’s all up to them ,because they are the leader then ,probably DAP will be a better choice for them ,for better Malaysian image .

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  • 3. drinho  |  January 4, 2016 at 6:20 pm

    re: Short answer: The MCA seats to contest

    You sure love to see a unity between Umno and PAS. Do you realise the amount of obstacles involved? Eg. “give MCA seats to PAS”. This is a thorny issue. No way a political party in BN will agree to this. MCA at most will agree to give way to other BN component parties. But not to a party outside of BN.

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    • 4. Helen Ang  |  January 4, 2016 at 7:47 pm

      A tacit understanding will do.

      MCA can still contest on BN ticket. PAS stand under its own bulan logo.

      But if Umno does not send its machinery to the ground during the campaign period, the Malay pro-government voters will take the hint.

      After PAS wins its clutch of MCA seats, PAS can sit at the negotiating table with Umno.

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      • 5. drinho  |  January 5, 2016 at 8:45 am

        re: tacit understanding

        Will tacit understanding result into something substantial? Tacit vs Official Endorsement.

        What we see now are tacit indications like:-

        1. Najib/Hadi sharing same stage in same colour attire;
        2. Leaders from both sides issued friendly statements like ‘Malay Unity’, ‘no problem working together’ etc.

        Politics are very much like business. Consensus have to be agreed and duly endorsed in order to strike a deal. Have we not seen the breakdown of Pakatan Rakyat? We know that this loose coalition will not work due to lack of official framework that binds each member party.

        For Umno, they require not only the endorsement of Umno itself but also the agreement of other BN component parties. Apparently, each component party has veto power when it comes to admission of new component members. That is why IPF failed to be admitted into BN due to objections from MIC. IPF remains outside of the ruling coalition but BN-friendly.

        For PAS, they will want to see their Kelantan Hudud bill approved at Parliament level and implemented at state level. Already we see top PAS leaders like Tuan Ibrahim, VP Iskandar and Ulama chief Mahfodz rejecting unity. Mahfodz stated clearly that hudud is a precondition for unity.

        This very much like NATO (No Action Talk Only). If really sincere to unite, both Najib and Hadi should start formal negotiation. Lay out the terms and implement it. Let the public know the outcome and progress. Stop beating around the bush.

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        • 6. Helen Ang  |  January 5, 2016 at 10:34 am

          re: “Apparently, each component party has veto power when it comes to admission of new component members”

          Apparently so. MCA will likely object to PAS’s entry. Therefore, Big Brother will have to choose between the two.

          re: “VP Iskandar and Ulama chief Mahfodz rejecting unity.”

          VP Iskandar – Parti Islam enggan lagi jadi kuda tunggangan puak rasis dan cauvinis DAP, see Ismaweb.

          re: “Mahfodz stated clearly that hudud is a precondition for unity.”

          Did he state a timeframe? :)

          re: “This very much like NATO (No Action Talk Only). If really sincere to unite, both Najib and Hadi should start formal negotiation. Lay out the terms and implement it. Let the public know the outcome and progress. Stop beating around the bush.”

          Why should it be formalized before GE14? They can always do it after the election when both sides can lay their cards on the table.

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          • 7. drinho  |  January 5, 2016 at 12:42 pm

            re: MCA will likely object to PAS’s entry.

            Not only MCA. Other parties as well. Anyway, a single objection will do.

            re: Big Brother will have to choose between the two.

            If any party in BN objects, Umno can either work with PAS unofficially (outside of BN platform) or quit BN and form an official alliance with PAS.

            re: Parti Islam enggan lagi jadi kuda tunggangan puak rasis dan cauvinis DAP

            The fact that PR broke up says it all. I am referring to Iskandar’s statement as below:-
            http://www.themalaymailonline.com/malaysia/article/pas-ready-to-work-with-umno-dream-on-pas-vp-tells-najib

            PAS breaking with PR does not equate working with Umno.

            re: Did he state a timeframe?

            He did not. Pas Kelantan has done its part to pass the hudud bill at state assembly with the support of Umno Kelantan. Ball is in Umno now to approve the same at Parliament. Despite no timeframe given, judging from the lack of progress of the hudud matter at Parliament I would say Umno has no sincerity to approve the hudud bill. Pas would not be so ignorant to realise this.

            re: Why should it be formalized before GE14?

            No one will know the result of GE14. But looking at the current scenario:-

            1. Chinese voters rejected BN;
            2. Najib embroiled in issues like 1MDB, donation, rising cost of living etc;
            3. PAS broke-up from PR and remain as a lone ranger with no clear ally (neither in BN nor PH).

            Politically speaking, isn’t it better to firm up Umno-Pas unity now to better prepare for GE14?

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            • 8. islam1st  |  January 5, 2016 at 1:06 pm

              Haha butthurt at work!

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              • 9. drinho  |  January 5, 2016 at 6:40 pm

                Why? You ‘butthurted’? My points too strong till you cannot rebut?

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              • 10. drinho  |  January 6, 2016 at 1:26 pm

                Helen & islam1st,

                http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/malaysia/article/yes-to-helping-no-to-joining-bn-says-pas-shura-council

                Looks like formal/official cooperation between Umno and Pas will not happen.

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                • 11. Helen Ang  |  January 6, 2016 at 1:40 pm

                  re: “Looks like formal/official cooperation between Umno and Pas will not happen.”

                  Belum nikah. Ada kahwin?

                  I can’t find this story out in the other portals as yet. And it’s T-M-I that you’re quoting. Perhaps we should compare with how Utusan is reporting it (kalau ada).

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                  • 12. Helen Ang  |  January 6, 2016 at 2:01 pm

                    Update:

                    Found this, http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/325629

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                  • 13. drinho  |  January 6, 2016 at 2:16 pm

                    re: Belum nikah. Ada kahwin?

                    Let me use your analogy of a romance relationship. A married guy (Umno married to BN parties) and a single girl (PAS) dated. The guy proposed. The girl refused. The wives of the guy also objected. Girl said happy with merely dating and not wanting to bring relationship to the next level. Over the long term, what will happen to this romance?

                    Guy will stay put with his existing marriage (i.e. Umno stay in BN) Girl will find herself alone due to her lack of commitment (i.e. Pas is neither in BN nor PH).

                    Whether in business or politics, if there is no formal/official cooperation that bind the parties the existing informal/friendly relationship will not sustain. Why would Umno want to jeopardise its relationship in BN by continuing flirting with PAS knowing well that the latter is not committed?

                    Even PH has learn the lesson from PR. PH will sign a binding agreement to formalise the pact.

                    http://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/nation/2016/01/05/pakatan-parties-to-sign-binding-coalition-pact/

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                    • 14. Helen Ang  |  January 6, 2016 at 2:27 pm

                      ,)

                      Two year period of courtship. Lepas 2018, Umno kirim rombongan dengan lima dulang hantaran.

  • 15. Setem  |  January 4, 2016 at 10:38 pm

    Helen – The comment below from Annie’s blog (link below). It could be true, you know.

    Quote,”Annie, if we think outside the box isn’t it possible that the unnamed blogger is perhaps one of those secretly working against the BN (by pretending to be against DAP etc)? It’s reverse psychology, no? The more she rants and raves the more she puts off people who may be sitting on the fence or who may have voted for the opposition previously because they were so unhappy about some issues.

    You are the better blogger.”unQuote.

    http://lifeofaannie.blogspot.my/2016/01/what-can-johor-umno-gives-to-johor-pas.html

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    • 16. Helen Ang  |  January 4, 2016 at 11:38 pm

      Dear Setem,

      I’d like to credit you with better intelligence.

      (1) Credibility

      My blog: I use my name and as well, my identity is publicly known.

      Life of Annie: Anon although of course I know Annie’s identity as do the other bloggers, as does Norman Fernandez the Johor politician and quite a number of other people in politics. If you don’t know Annie’s identity, then you’re not as savvy as you believe yourself to be.

      Has any of you readers seen Annie’s photograph? What do you know of Annie? Do you know who is Annie’s employer or Annie’s line of work?

      On the other hand, if you do know Annie’s identity, then I don’t see for a minute how you can think that Annie is more credible than me.

      (2) Look at respective content

      I’ve been maintaining my usual style – bar charts, line graphs, tables and data.

      I’ve been writing about PAS – most recently about PAS’s complaints about the DAP bullying in Penang, about Dr Zuhdi and about the unity efforts.

      Annie? Annie has been badmouthing me, no? And making accusations that I’m “angry” at Annie for praising Tun as the “handsome old man”. Isn’t that ridiculous?! I think Tun is handsome too but what has that got to do with serious politics?

      In the past few days, Annie has dedicated about seven articles responding to me despite claiming to be in “hibernation”. Let me ask you Setem, you do just swallow blindly everything that is told to you without cross-checking with the actual scenario?

      Q: Has Annie been “hibernating” as Annie claimed or is Annie hyper-actively blogging?

      Has Annie been truthful on this simple claim?

      (3) Look at the commenters

      You know as well as I do which of the commentors who have flooded Annie’s blog to bash me are the evangelistas and the Dapsters/RBA as well as the Komtar operatives..

      Some of their nicks (like Gladiator) must be familiar to you. Or even if they changed their nicks (e.g.’salamis’ in Annie’s blog used to be ‘kineas’ and ‘rithmatist’ when commenting in my blog), you can still recognise them.

      They are obviously pro-oppo. Hence Annie’s blog is a platform for pro-oppo and rabidly anti-government (largely anti-Najib) views. Not true, meh?

      My blogs is a platform for pro-BN views, even among the Chinese and Indian readers who comment.

      So whose content is more pro-BN?

      (4) Viciousness and venom

      Look through the past week’s output in my blog. Has any of my readers said anything nasty about Annie? Not a single one!

      Compare what Annie’s readers have been saying about me. It’s a deluge of fitnah, curses, expletives and name-calling and resembles the typical pro-oppo message boards.

      Some of the Annie commenters claimed they don’t want to come here b’cos they expect I wouldn’t let through/publish negative remarks about myself. Let me ask you this Setem. You’ve been commenting in my blog several years now. Have I ever blocked or censored your comment even one single time?

      (4) Cakap ada serupa bikin?

      Annie put out three reminders pretending to ask readers not to post any nasty remarks about me. That’s showboating like Hannah Yeoh’s perennial “heartbreak” and “heartache” over public tragedies.

      But what does Annie actually do?

      Annie directed readers to a very vicious hate site hating on me. The specific article that Annie linked is an epic rant foaming and frothing at the mouth, no? (Helen “bitch”, “thug”). It featured a photo of Isis cutting the throats of a row of men kneeling.

      You think that was a “nice” thing for Annie to do?

      (5) The bottomline

      One of us is Protun and the other is Projib.

      The Projibs want unity with PAS. The Protuns, I don’t reckon so because Tun and PAS could never see eye to eye, and during his time Umno and PAS.

      You copypasted: “the unnamed blogger is perhaps one of those secretly working against the BN (by pretending to be against DAP etc)?”

      Tolong lah guna otak hang sikit.

      I’m promoting unity with PAS. Do you think this ‘perpaduan Melayu’ development is good or bad for BN?

      Annie, on the other hand, is defending Tun.

      He is the man willing to see Umno deregistered if that can bring down Najib. He backed the ‘No Confidence’ motion on the Budget to shut down the government. He attended the Bersih rally to oust Najib. If Najib is toppled, the BN administration collapses and BN is out of government (we may need to call a snap election).

      Is this a pro-BN course of action?

      He slammed the MACC, Attorney-General, Auditor-General, Bank Negara and police for not doing their jobs satisfactorily because Najib has not been charged as yet. Whatever. But at the same time, he has also been undermining public trust in all these institutions of government. Perasan tak?

      His henchmen Khairuddin and Matthias have been trotting the globe making reports and urging foreign interference. Another of his close aide is apparently implicated with Justo.

      He is not interested in listening to any explanation from Arul Kanda. He just keeps recycling his allegations and making damaging insinuations and outright misrepresenting the actual facts. His story about the 1MDB debts bounces from amount RMx billion to RMy billion to RMz billion.

      Annie having truck with the “Chinese ultra” shuzheng is like Tun having truck with LKS who has in recent days become Tun’s loudest cheerleader, e.g. wanting Tun to head the unelected tribunal after Najib is undemocratically hounded out of office.

      Annie is promoting hate against me just like the Protuns are promoting hate against Najib.

      Do you see any of Tun’s previously staunch supporters now supporting him anymore? Big Dog? A Voice? Rocky? Now Tun’s new fan club are the Dapsters.

      I’ve written you a lengthy explanation, Setem. Now you owe me one.

      What do you mean by copypasting the paragraph below (pls explain):

      “The more she rants and raves the more she puts off people who may be sitting on the fence or who may have voted for the opposition previously because they were so unhappy about some issues.”

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      • 17. zofreis  |  January 4, 2016 at 11:57 pm

        Your defensive self-obsession, fei chye. What is wrong with you? You must have been the fat ugly girl in whatever SJK(C) you crawled out of – the unpopular one that no-one spoke to? How sad to be reduced to a bitter spinster a half-century later. It shows.

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        • 18. Helen Ang  |  January 5, 2016 at 12:18 am

          re: “You must have been the fat ugly girl in whatever SJK(C) you crawled out of – the unpopular one that no-one spoke to?”

          On the contrary, I was a school prefect, house captain (one of the four sports houses going by colour Red/Blue/Green/Yellow) and I represented my university in the swimming team.

          I also passed five levels of recreational ice-skating: Pre-Alpha / Alpha / Beta / Gamma / Delta.

          I believe my early life physical training is what gives me the stamina today to continue blogging while fending off vicious twits like yourself.

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          • 19. zofreis  |  January 5, 2016 at 8:44 am

            “Vicious”? Pot, kettle, black, you know the drill…

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            • 20. Helen Ang  |  January 5, 2016 at 9:19 am

              You’re still here. Hoping to get promotion, is it?

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              • 21. zofreis  |  January 5, 2016 at 11:27 am

                Yes, I’ve already been promoted to Senior Mossad DAP “operative” at Komtar, you’ll be pleased to know : )

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                • 22. Helen Ang  |  January 5, 2016 at 11:32 am

                  Congrats.

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                  • 23. islam1st  |  January 5, 2016 at 12:58 pm

                    At last. Cantik boleh printscreen ni!

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      • 24. zofreis  |  January 4, 2016 at 11:59 pm

        “The more she rants and raves the more she puts off people who may be sitting on the fence or who may have voted for the opposition previously because they were so unhappy about some issues.”

        The simple answer to Setem is that too few people bother reading, and they’re half asleep anyway.

        Kak Heren is no danger to BN, no worries.

        She’s largely irrelevant.

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        • 25. Helen Ang  |  January 5, 2016 at 12:20 am

          Why don’t you let Setem speak for himself.

          And if I’m “largely irrelevant”, why do you still bother to come here to take cheap shots?

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          • 26. zofreis  |  January 5, 2016 at 8:42 am

            Wouldn’t you agree that every shot you have taken against Annie for her completely proper initial post is cheap?

            All you are driven by is your neurotic persecution complex. Everyone that Helen Ang has crossed paths with seems to have wronged her. That’s right. The whole, entire Universe has conspired against one middle-aged Chinese woman in a minor solar system (one of 160 billion) in the Milky Way galaxy.

            The Star mistreated poor Hewen. By extension, the MCA mistreated poor Hewen. Fatty Yeoh mistreated poor Hewen, or is the object of some jealousy or weird fantasy. Perkasa mistreated poor Hewen (OK, maybe.) The police mistreated poor Hewen. And on it goes.

            None of your motives as a writer are sincere. You are driven mainly by neurotic revenge fantasies and personal bitterness. (See, even an anonymous DAP-Mossad-Illuminati-Komtar-Zionist internet troll can tell uncomfortable truths. Wow!)

            Annie is sincere (sometimes painfully so, but still.) She’s genuinely interested in her home state. (It’s my home state as well.)

            So your comments on her were unwarranted.

            You should have seen it as a genuine difference of opinions, and let it go.

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            • 27. Helen Ang  |  January 5, 2016 at 10:22 am

              re: “Wouldn’t you agree that every shot you have taken against Annie for her completely proper initial post is cheap?”

              What is cheap is Annie putting up three reminders, pretending to be nice, and asking readers not to post any “nasty remarks” about me (itu yang Annie cakap) and then opening up the blog platform for Mossadites like you (nih yang Annie bikin) to train your Israeli-issue uzi on me.

              re: “All you are driven by is your neurotic persecution complex.”

              The neurotic persecution complex is suffered by the “only nine percent” who insist that the UiTM seminars were anti-them and for the purpose of “bashing” them.

              re: “Everyone that Helen Ang has crossed paths with seems to have wronged her.”

              One example – below – of ingrained persecution complex, always feeling that they’ve been “wronged” and their “turning the other cheek” self-righteous coping mechanism.

              re: “The whole, entire Universe has conspired against one middle-aged Chinese woman in a minor solar system (one of 160 billion) in the Milky Way galaxy.”

              I’ve never filed a police report against anybody. On the other hand, your lot have filed stacks and stacks of police reports alleging that speakers at a university forum are “conspiring” against your meek and mild, “only 9 percent” community.

              re: “The Star mistreated poor Hewen.”

              Not at all. I left the company some 15 years ago. (And btw, I notice that you planted this insinuation in Annie’s blog too. Rajinnya. I hope your bosses are noticing your diligent output.)

              re: “By extension, the MCA mistreated poor Hewen.”

              Nope. The MCA mistreated the pro-gomen Malay voters. MCA got their seats on Malay votes but are looking after the interests of the Dapster demography.

              re: “Fatty Yeoh mistreated poor Hewen”

              She is the Face of Evangelism. As the poster girl of the movement, I believe she more than deserves every inch of space that I’ve given her.

              re: “or is the object of some jealousy or weird fantasy”

              Credit where credit is due. If Hannah Yeoh is willing to put on tudung and naik turun masjid dengan begitu rajinnya, then we can’t begrudge her the avid following she has harvested from the surau.

              JAIS and MAIS however may be interested on the ingredients of HY’s success.

              re: “Perkasa mistreated poor Hewen (OK, maybe.)”

              Perkasa are not ultra kiasu like the vicious Dapsters. They’ve got the Umno PPTA (biarkan lah) genes and did not bother to follow up.

              This is why I’m convinced that it takes PAS to fight DAP and Umno is not up to the task.

              re: “The police mistreated poor Hewen.”

              I had a good lawyer by my side. He’s Surendran (today an appointed vice president of PKR.)

              re: “None of your motives as a writer are sincere.”

              Motives are subjective. Judging by content, I’m factual and I do not defame – Hannah Yeoh has not sued or lodged any police report against me (although she has filed several against Umno bloggers and other Facebookers).

              re: “You are driven mainly by neurotic revenge fantasies and personal bitterness.”

              Accuse, accuse, accuse. My content speaks for itself. Data is neutral and factual.

              As for “revenge fantasies”, have you heard what the Dapsters said they want to do to Najib, Rosmah (and Tun too, lest he forgets) the minute they take over Putrajaya?

              “Personal bitterness” – hey, I’m not the one incessantly complaining that I’m a second-class citizen and having my PR application rejected by Tasmania.

              It must be a bitter pill to swallow to be told that you’re not good enough to reside permanently in a developed Western country among fellow Christians.

              re: “(See, even an anonymous DAP-Mossad-Illuminati-Komtar-Zionist internet troll can tell uncomfortable truths. Wow!)”

              CHECKLIST

              anon – tick
              DAP – tick
              Mossad – better word, Mossadite?
              Illuminati – dunno
              Komtar – tick
              Zionist – tick
              Internet troll – most definitely

              re: “Annie is sincere”

              Yes, I will grant that. And I notice that you’ve been trotting out this motif in your planted comments @ Life of Annie. You’re really one of the most hardworking. Dapat bonus?

              re: “(sometimes painfully so, but still.)”

              In talking about “period pains” and the “bastard” DAP ex-bf?

              re: “She’s genuinely interested in her home state. (It’s my home state as well.)”

              Fair enough. I suppose this was why I got into Annie’s crosshairs. The ‘We Johoreans know best’ touchiness was pricked.

              re: “So your comments on her were unwarranted.”

              Not at all. Annie’s three ‘Be Nice’ reminders were cheap. Like I said, an insincere showboating gesture when Annie was perfectly willing to allow you Komtar boys target practice.

              re: “You should have seen it as a genuine difference of opinions, and let it go.”

              It is Annie who should have have seen it as a genuine difference of opinion, and let it go, especially after making the announcement on the same in ‘What can Umno Johor gives (sic) to PAS Johor?’ instead of still continuing with the Superman vs Batman video.

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              • 28. zofreis  |  January 5, 2016 at 11:33 am

                Wrong again.

                (You really do make a habit of being wrong, don’t you?) I have never written a single negative thing about you on Annie’s blog (out of respect for her wishes) – I’m doing it all at the source, right here.

                See?

                Anyway, it’s far more entertaining watching an ancient Ah Soh performing contortions to get back onto her Cliche Boxes. How fatty Yeoh screenshots got into this is beyond me, but then you are a 4-trick pony, right? And I notice you’ve now accused me of being a Christian. I hate to say “I told you so”, but….

                LOL…..so, so predictable.

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                • 29. Helen Ang  |  January 5, 2016 at 12:08 pm

                  re: “I have never written a single negative thing about you on Annie’s blog”

                  Your boss tried to sell me the Penang Bridge the other day.

                  re: “And I notice you’ve now accused me of being a Christian. I hate to say “I told you so”, but….”

                  Not you. My comment – “It must be a bitter pill to swallow to be told that you’re not good enough to reside permanently in a developed Western country among fellow Christians” – was meant for the PR applicant who famously failed to continue her residence in Tasmania.

                  But if the cap also fits you, go ahead and wear it with pride.

                  re: “LOL…..so, so predictable.”

                  LOL, what a careless reader you are. Next time concentrate and read with mindfulness.

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    • 30. Helen Ang  |  January 5, 2016 at 1:48 am

      Setem,

      I believe ‘zofreis’ wrote the false flag statement above. He used this phrase @ Annie’s: “You are the better blogger.”

      Over here in my blog, he commented @ 2016/01/04 at 11:50 pm more or less same intent.

      He’s batu api trying to laga-lagakan the Protun & Projib bloggers. You, unfortunately, took his bait.

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      • 31. zofreis  |  January 5, 2016 at 8:26 am

        Nope, and nope. You do jump to conclusions a bit too easily, I think.

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        • 32. Helen Ang  |  January 5, 2016 at 9:21 am

          In denial and in denial and more in denial. Touched a nerve, have I?

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          • 33. zofreis  |  January 5, 2016 at 11:38 am

            Touched my funny bone, yes. Thanks. You should never change, Helen. Failed human being is what suits you best.

            PS: Again, I wasn’t lying. The “you are the better blogger” comment did not come from me. Wrong again. Nothing I have said so far is a lie. Nothing. And yet, you’ve now invented an identity for me as a DAP Christian, simply because your neurons can’t cope with anything else.

            So who’s being fictional – you or me?

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            • 34. Helen Ang  |  January 5, 2016 at 12:01 pm

              Okay, maybe you’re not a Christian. Noted.

              re: “Nothing I have said so far is a lie. Nothing.”

              You lied about my age.

              re: “So who’s being fictional – you or me?”

              My identity can be publicly confirmed. You cybertroopers are like your chameleon bosses. Tudung in surau one day, Christian Zionist the next.

              Reply

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