Mukhriz’s situation chance for Najib to be war general

January 22, 2016 at 11:17 am 45 comments

When PKR ousted Khalid Ibrahim as Selangor Menteri Besar, it was wholly a party decision.

Members of the public were not consulted despite that the corporate Tan Sri was more popular with us Selangorians than Azmin, and we had rejected PKR’s choice of Wan Azizah.

Poll below taken in the week of 6 Aug 2014:

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Mukhriz Mahathir claims that 95 percent of Kedahans support him as the state menteri besar.

Well, 96 percent of the 2,441 poll respondents above had supported Khalid as Selangor MB too … but no dice.

Politics has its own procedures and protocol.

Traditionally the party liaison chairman (pengerusi perhubungan) is the also the Menteri Besar of an Umno state. It is the prerogative of the Umno president to appoint his man to this post.

Vote of ‘no confidence’ can be taken

Mukhriz was reported yesterday to have said, “This is not a question of 14 people not having confidence in me”, referring to the other 14 Umno Kedah division chiefs (his own division Jerlun is the 15th).

“What is important is that the two million Kedahans are behind me,” Mahathir’s son was quoted as saying by the NST.

Actually in this matter, it is the 36 Kedah Aduns who are more important. Excluding, Mukhriz himself, Umno has 18 YBs.

Kedah requires 19 for a simple majority in the Dewan.

Mukhriz shouldn’t forget that his father recently backed the opposition’s vote of ‘no confidence’ in Parliament on Budget 2016. If the motion had been successfully carried, it would have shut down the government (Najib’s administration).

Follow due process. Just put it to the vote when the Kedah assembly convenes.

Kedah

What they (Dapsters + Protuns) do to people

Asyik nak kenakan orang jer. Their spin is sickening.

Protuns pun pakai hentam kromo.

For example, Mohd Johari Baharum is Umno’s Kubang Pasu MP while Jamil Khir Baharom is Umno’s Jerai MP and at the same time a cabinet minister.

The Protuns wanna slag one of them tapi terpalit the other fella pula due to mixing up both the Baharum/Baharom Kedah MPs.

On the question of who is bullying whom, I’d say the Protuns are bullying the Projibs just like evangelistas are bullying Muslims in Malaysia.

You might ask, how is it possible that a minority can bully the majority? Urm, look at the map below. All the countries shaded green have a Muslim-majority population.

Israel is surrounded by a sea of Arabs and other Muslims. Tapi si Zionis agresif bukan kepalang, kan?

Israel

Protun hand in glove with Chinese ultra

Calvin Sankaran commented @ 2016/01/22 at 9:58 am,

“I find it ironic about the DAP leaders shedding crocodile tears over JPA scholarship. For decades they have been accusing the govt of wasting billions on this and demanding it to be scrapped. But now they suddenly have grown so tender-hearted and weeping with sadness.”

Yup, the Dapsters dissed JPA scholarships when it was Malay students getting them in the pre-bangsa Anak Malaysia days.

Now you have Madame Achy Breaky Heart – see tweet below – sniffling in public like she previously did over the dunno-who, dunno-where “injured & dead children”.

Since politics is the art of the possible, we’ve had PAS breaking away from its GE12 and GE13 compact with DAP while Protuns are venturing to fill the gap.

Tomorrow the Dapsters and the Protuns will rally shoulder-to-shoulder against the TPPA. Earlier Tun attended the Bersih 4.0 street demo.

Politics make strange bedfellows indeed

Suddenly it is the DAP and their chameleon supporters who have become staunch Mukhriz defenders. Since in the evangelical party it’s everything for the sake of expediency and not on principle, we should not be surprised, I suppose.

Another development is the DAP cybertroopers – faking themselves as Malays – infesting the Protun blogs where they’re given the platform to wave their “Mana RM2.6 bilion?” and “1MDB hilang xyz bilion” placards.

Fakers abound in the Protun sites.

BELOW: Cytro masquerading as ‘AkuMelayu’ but gives Allah the salawat instead of the correct “subhanahu wa ta’ala (swt)” salutation

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BELOW: A cytro using the moniker “Umno portal” but talking about how his “red wine” is ready in front of the TV to enjoy bad news on Najib

These sneaky bastards are so pandai to pretend (and like a certain Protun blogger too).

You all know that Dapsters are vicious. Flocking together with them, Protuns risk venomous contamination through osmosis.

Likewise the evangelistas are sneaky bastards who fitnah without batting an eyelid. While PAS has turned against them, the Protuns are becoming more like them of late.

Soon some Protuns will become indistinguishable from Dapsters.

DrM Claire

Sarawak Report editor Clare Rewcastle

Siding with Tun equals empowering the neo-Zionists

Overall, the Projibs are more reasonable people. They’ve not lost sight of the big picture, which is that the relentless attacks by Tun and his gang on Najib and Umno is hurting the BN.

Tun and Protuns, on the other hand, are putting themselves on the same page and in the same cyberspace quadrant as the Dapster-evangelistas.

In many controversial issues, you’ll find Dapsters and Protuns on the same side.

On this Mukhriz issue, the pro-oppo media have gone on a propaganda blitz to do damage control for the embattled MB. It’s the oppo who are cheering loudest for the Kedah Umno (Team B) MB.

The key lies in what course of action PAS will be taking as they have eight Kedah Aduns or occupy a full quarter of the Dewan.

I predict that PAS will buck the opposition trend as they in the Selangor MB tussle.

DAP will kacau daun and thus Tun will find himself inadvertently one half of the odd couple with the evangelical party. Bagai isi dengan kuku. How freaky.

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Following Tun’s own logic, Mukhriz should quit Little hand grenades exploding in the house

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  • 1. abdul rahman noor  |  January 22, 2016 at 12:47 pm

    the power of incumbency is very telling. unfortunately a wounded general who is himself fighting 4 his political survival has little option.
    I can confidently say that his lieutenants r equally clueless.

    I notice that ds zahid ; ds hishamuddin n kj r all relatively quite. WHY?
    my take is that ds zahid is d most powerful warlord in UMNO now.

    if these 3 UMNO personalities decide 2 put national interest above all then we may c a drastic change in d political scenario.

    wil they do it? well only GOD knows.

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    • 2. Helen Ang  |  January 22, 2016 at 4:28 pm

      re: “a wounded general who is himself fighting 4 his political survival has little option”

      If he were not wounded, not fighting for his political survival and still has many options, then he would not need to be a war general.

      Battling the dajjals, Malaysia needs a war general. Just like Beijing rolling the tanks into Tiananmen. Those people don’t understand any other language except the language of force.

      re: “I can confidently say that his lieutenants r equally clueless.”

      I like the Kota Beluders.

      re: “I notice that ds zahid ; ds hishamuddin n kj r all relatively quite. WHY?
      my take is that ds zahid is d most powerful warlord in UMNO now. if these 3 UMNO personalities decide 2 put national interest above all then we may c a drastic change in d political scenario.”

      You mentioned KJ and Hisham? I think better let Umno Sabah play a bigger role. They have the most branches and the second most number of party members after Johor.

      re: “wil they do it? well only GOD knows.”

      No thanks. Don’t want KJ. Let’s have Anifah Aman.

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      • 3. abdul rahman noor  |  January 22, 2016 at 8:49 pm

        all leaders must be n effective war general 24/7.

        we r talking abt real politics here. these 3 r holding powerful n influential positions in UMNO.

        that is why I was made 2 understand that najib’s people r constantly watching zahid’s movement.
        fyi no matter what ,TRUTH will eventually prevail. n i think we r not very far away from it.

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        • 4. Helen Ang  |  January 22, 2016 at 9:05 pm

          Truth is subjective.

          Najib will prevail.

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          • 5. abdul rahman noor  |  January 22, 2016 at 10:55 pm

            agree! but if he runs away from it than he wil perish.

            my take is that truth can never b subjective . 4 example : rm 42 mill was deposited in my account n there is this paper trail. u can deny its source but u cannot deny d money ever visited yr account. period.

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  • 6. zofries  |  January 22, 2016 at 1:24 pm

    “Overall, the Projibs are more reasonable people. They’ve not lost sight of the big picture, which is that the relentless attacks by Tun and his gang on Najib and Umno is hurting the BN.”

    You are hilarious, really, Helen.

    Let’s inject some truth serum here:

    “Overall, the Projibs are more realistic people. They’ve not lost sight of the big opportunity, which is that an internationally & locally tainted Najib with a 23% approval rating is a superb money-making opportunity, because he’ll desperately throw public cash to anyone who can promise to repair his lack of image, and the 77 million he wasted on the APCO Jews for PR is nothing compared to what he’ll splash out now (screw the economy and rakyat jelata).”

    More accurate, lah.

    If the BN has any sense, they would remove this terminally-tainted idiot and replace him with someone less incompetent and soiled. Throw out about 75% of the Cabinet with him, too.

    That alone would improve their chances hugely.

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    • 7. Helen Ang  |  January 22, 2016 at 4:50 pm

      re: “Let’s inject some truth serum here”

      You’re just peddling your J-Juice.

      re: “an internationally & locally tainted Najib with a 23% approval rating”

      You people are champions at throwing mud. That’s why his ratings dropped.

      re: “because he’ll desperately throw public cash to anyone who can promise to repair his lack of image”

      No need. I hope the PM will learn from Beijing and treat you people like how China constrains its subversives.

      Or another example, how the China provincial governments have demolished hundreds of churches and removed thousands of crosses from church rooftops in the past couple of years alone.

      It’s clear that China considers the born again churches hotbeds of subversion.

      re: “and the 77 million he wasted on the APCO Jews for PR is nothing compared to what he’ll splash out now (screw the economy and rakyat jelata).”

      You’re trying too hard to deflect. I believe it is the DAP that’s desperately fending off rumour about the party’s ties to the Israel.

      re: “More accurate, lah.”

      See Dr Zuhdi in court.

      re: “If the BN has any sense, they would remove this terminally-tainted idiot and replace him with someone less incompetent and soiled.”

      If the DAP is so hard up to get Najib removed, then your party must believe that he’s the stumbling block to your Putrajaya ambition.

      re: “Throw out about 75% of the Cabinet with him, too.”

      Agree that the Youth and Sports Minister be thrown out. No objection if the portfolio given to PAS.

      re: “That alone would improve their chances hugely.”

      Your party is panicking over PAS cosying up with Umno, and indeed you should … tick tock tick tock.

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  • 8. zofries  |  January 22, 2016 at 1:27 pm

    Well done for *finally* getting the point that the KBU are irrelevant to an MB’s legal standing.

    The earlier quiz you dodged:

    a) Assume Umno has 73,000 KBU. All 73,000 hold a press conference in a stadium and announce they have lost confidence in Najib’s leadership. When, legally, does Najib have to resign as PM? (5 markah).

    b) Because Benang Basah (a sore loser) and 14 (??? or was it – some were conned into being there) others expressed an opinion, hence every single ordinary Umno member & Ketua Cawangan in Kedah also has the same opinion. Discuss logical fallacy (5 markah).

    c) The Merdeka Centre shows 23% overall and 31% of Malays in favour of Najib. Without quivering your lower lip and applying the standard Helen Ang Stick Label Evasion Tactic (yes, yes, the Merdeka Centre are Dapster Neo-Zionist Bintang Whatever Evangelistas, yawnnnnnnn), why would grassroots in Kedah be immune from the national trend? Given that Mat Basah & the other crooks in the KBU have a financial interest in seeing Najib stay (do you, as well?) can they be said to express grassroot sentiments? (10 markah.)

    Hmmmmm, OK I’ll give you 3 markah on Question (a) lah. Belatedly.

    If I were PAS, I would either abstain from voting, or push for Mukhriz’s removal.

    The installation of Mat Basah as MB can only strengthen PAS in the next GE. People seem to forget that it was Mukhriz who won Kedah back for BN, not the bunch of failures like Mat Basah in the previous BN. They were as hopeless a bunch of losers as Noh Omar’s Umno in Selangor, before Mukhriz galvanised their victory in Kedah. Great way to repay him, Jibby.

    I don’t think PAS want to discuss with Jamil Khir the finer points of how to songlap money from an Islamic charity so that it can be spent on shopping (at a luxury outlet, pulak) & golf in the US and Paris.

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    • 9. Helen Ang  |  January 22, 2016 at 5:22 pm

      re: “Assume Umno has 73,000 KBU.”

      There are only 191 KBU. Very typical of Dapster to exaggerate and inflate.

      re: “All 73,000 hold a press conference in a stadium and announce they have lost confidence in Najib’s leadership. When, legally, does Najib have to resign as PM?”

      When 13 Umno Teluk Kemang branches, out of a total of 21,245 Umno branches nationwide, held a press conference, the Dapsters+Protuns were quick to say that Najib must resign.

      re: “Because Benang Basah (a sore loser) and 14 (??? or was it – some were conned into being there) others expressed an opinion, hence every single ordinary Umno member & Ketua Cawangan in Kedah also has the same opinion.”

      The opinion of the 14 division chairmen carry the weight of the 1,800 branches under their divisions.

      re: “The Merdeka Centre shows 23% overall and 31% of Malays in favour of Najib. … why would grassroots in Kedah be immune from the national trend?”

      The issue is not about Najib’s popularity. It is about whether Mukhriz commands the confidence of Umno Kedah. The answer is obviously ‘no’.

      re: “Given that Mat Basah & the other crooks in the KBU have a financial interest in seeing Najib stay (do you, as well?) can they be said to express grassroot sentiments?”

      When you talk about crooks, I’m reminded of the Developers Action Party, and I’m sure that your financial interest increases in tandem with the brighter chances of DAP advancing to Putrajaya.

      re: “They were as hopeless a bunch of losers as Noh Omar’s Umno in Selangor”

      If so, then all the better for DAP in GE14, no? Why the sudden concern to have BN showcase the best?

      re: “Great way to repay him, Jibby.”

      Spoken like a cybertrooper.

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  • 10. zofries  |  January 22, 2016 at 1:34 pm

    A “War General” does not resort to underhanded tactics like contriving an excuse to remove Mukhriz simply to whack his father.

    Your “War General” is more of a spineless, shifty-eyed used car salesman carrying a truckload of greedy consultants & bloggers who feed off the public funds the used car salesman so gleefully steals. Pak Lah was never this bad, never mind his 4 predecessors.

    Also, why does your “War General” make a habit of peeing in his pants and running away to hide under the bed in Seri Perdana?

    You make an assurance you’ll explain the 2.6 billion in Parliament, then chicken out and send Zahid to mumble “sub judice”? (it wasn’t sub judice. Fail.)

    And what is it about microphones or open debate that makes your “War General” so terrified? Can’t even show up at something2hide to face a 90-year-old man? Sad. So sad.

    On the plus side, if doctors ever needed a urine sample from Jibby, they could just wring out his underwear, I guess.

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    • 11. Helen Ang  |  January 22, 2016 at 4:38 pm

      re: “A ‘War General’ does not resort to underhanded tactics like contriving an excuse to remove Mukhriz simply to whack his father.”

      What about Tun whacking Rosmah, Riza Aziz’s movie, Nooryana’s wedding? Don’t think they’re Umno members or politicians.

      Mukhriz is Umno and politician.

      re: “Your ‘War General’ is more of a spineless, shifty-eyed used car salesman carrying a truckload of greedy consultants & bloggers who feed off the public funds the used car salesman so gleefully steals.”

      You appear to be talking about your Dear Leader in Komtar who’s an ex-jailbird and former ISA detainee.

      BN politicians use Proton Perdana. It is Lim Guan Eng who’s using a Mercedes bought dodgy at discounted rate.

      re: “Also, why does your ‘War General’ make a habit of peeing in his pants and running away to hide under the bed in Seri Perdana?”

      Your cybertrooper stench is audible.

      re: “You make an assurance you’ll explain the 2.6 billion in Parliament, then chicken out and send Zahid to mumble ‘sub judice’? (it wasn’t sub judice. Fail.)”

      You’re the one who’s repetitive like a broken record.

      re: “And what is it about microphones or open debate that makes your ‘War General’ so terrified? Can’t even show up at something2hide to face a 90-year-old man? Sad. So sad.”

      I see that the Israelis gave you Goebbels training.

      re: “On the plus side, if doctors ever needed a urine sample from Jibby, they could just wring out his underwear, I guess.”

      Spoken like a Dapster.

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  • 12. I Am Woman  |  January 22, 2016 at 1:39 pm

    “Tomorrow the Dapsters and the Protuns will rally shoulder-to-shoulder against the TPPA.”

    I have to point out, TPPA is not about being proTun or proJib. TPPA when implemented will have affect the economy of the country. It’s the extent of its reach that is dividing the people.

    ISMA has been very, very vocal about its disagreement with TPPA and has been very active in informing the people about how they think TPPA will affect the nation particularly the position of the Malays and Islam. And Bersih only announced last week that they are joining, therefore hijacking the event and turning this into a political standoff with the government.

    The concerns that ISMA raised are real. The replies that the govt gave are “feel good” factors, not really addressing the issues raised. But the truth is no one knows for sure since the Agreement itself is a secret document. The Agreement has not been made public in any of the countries that will become signatories to it.

    And on the subject of Mukhriz, I’m waiting for the constitution to play its role. For your sake, I hope Najib has not overplayed his hand in getting Mukhriz to step down.

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    • 13. Helen Ang  |  January 22, 2016 at 4:13 pm

      re: “TPPA will affect the nation particularly the position of the Malays”

      Malaysia is exempted and allowed to maintain ethnic quota.

      re: “The Agreement has not been made public in any of the countries that will become signatories to it.”

      The PDF, http://fta.miti.gov.my/index.php/pages/view/267

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      • 14. I Am Woman  |  January 22, 2016 at 6:34 pm

        All right, all the signatories have released the agreements. But the concerns are real.

        This is from the US, the people’s views.
        http://www.citizen.org/TPP

        on the ethinc quota, I won’t be too sure about it. Here’s a look at the future. In 2003, AmBank sold off its Life insurance arm to MetLife of the US. Walk through that company now and you will wonder what country you’re in. That ethnic quota couldn’t be regulated well even before. It’s going to be one of those on paper it’s there but irl it’s ignored.

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        • 15. Helen Ang  |  January 22, 2016 at 6:44 pm

          It was Pemandu that got us into TPPA, wasn’t it?

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          • 16. Spectre  |  January 22, 2016 at 7:19 pm

            The TPP will also affect the Malays. There is a chapter on Investor State Dispute Settlement. This ISDS allows for foreign investors, corporations to challenge the government on policies deemed as against the interests of the investors and corporations. The special privilege of the Malays is one such example where foreign investors and corporations can take the Malaysian government to an international arbitral tribunal and if the government is found to have violated the rights of said investors and corporations, the policies favoring Malays will have to be altered. I don’t think you and many people here understand what ISDS really is. All this assurances that Malay privileges will not be affected is just another lie to make sure the Malays do not oppose the TPP. Since the TPP will be signed in NZ next month, if people do not fight it the game is over.

            TPP will be signed in Auckland next month.

            http://www.radionz.co.nz/news/political/294596/tpp-will-be-signed-in-auckland-next-month

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          • 17. I Am Woman  |  January 22, 2016 at 7:37 pm

            Not sure. They do not seem to want to take credit for it. But the negotiations have always been handled by MITI since Malaysia first set at the table in 2010.

            Look, the TPP is not the worst agreement and I hold the view that the men (and women) in MITI are knowledgeable and patriotic enough not to sell out the country. But there is a certain naivete in Malaysians, particularly Malays and especially among those who never went through the hardships of WW2, 13/5 and PKM insurgency.

            The intentions maybe good but are we as a nation ready? Also, that naivete is what is going to tie us to an agreement that will in effect bind us to the whims of America, not just any America but the big, bad, ruthless and profiteering corporate America that are causing even the everyday Americans to cry foul.

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            • 18. Spectre  |  January 22, 2016 at 7:56 pm

              Look, the people at MITI didn’t go into the negotiations with any slightest hint of naivete. Even Mustapha himself admitted that the TPP will benefit big Malaysian corporations seeing that these corporations have invested billions in overseas markets. By saying this so openly, he also exposed the fact that Malaysia’s participation in the TPP is to help big Malaysian corporations like CIMB and Maybank reap the benefits of ‘free trade’. In the process, Malaysia’s SMEs which form the backbone of our economy is sacrificed so that a minority benefits. There was no naivete in the first place. I think you’re still trying to console yourself that the people at MITI went into the TPP with good intentions when in fact it was all about serving big corporate interests.

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              • 19. I Am Woman  |  January 22, 2016 at 10:51 pm

                They did go in with good intentions, that I have no doubt. That’s how all these policymakers work. They will have an idea or be given an idea, work on it and convinced themselves of the good that will come out of it. Then they commissioned a study into the proposal and highlight all the pros and find excuses for the cons. And it’s just too bad that sometimes the ideas come from big bad corporate. And that is the gullible part.

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  • 20. RD.  |  January 22, 2016 at 2:36 pm

    Kalau dah begini caranya UMNO ‘mentafsirkan’ perlembagaan Party, lebih baik Dato Mukhriz kowtim dengan 5 @ lebih ADUN yang sehati-sejiwa dengannya, kemudian istihar BEBAS dan berunding dengan PAS untuk tubuh ‘Kerajaan Bebas’ di Kedah. PAS sekarang ini, tidak terikat dengan mana-mana pihak. ‘Ada’kan jawatan MB2 dan jika PAS izinkan, Mukhriz boleh terus menjadi MB sehingga PRU14.* Harap-harap, tak lama lagi.

    *(Itu pun jika Najib aka MKN tidak istihar darurat atas alasan ‘ancaman IS’ dan PRU tertangguh, sampai tak-tahu-bila. Kalau ikut kelaziman: PAU, laporan AG & PAC, nak saman SR/WSJ…juga boleh tangguh-tangguh)

    Mukhriz & geng tak perlu istihat keluar UMNO pun. Katakan bahawa mereka masih sayang pada Party, tapi tiada pilihan dan terpaksa ‘BEBAS’ demi Bangsa, Agama & Negara dan mereka masih mahu berbaik-baik dengan UMNO dan juga PAS. Biarkan saja SUA UMNO pecah-kepala fikir & buat keputusan dan keluarkan kenyataan bangang seperti biasa.
    Lagi pun, kroni-kroni ‘Cash is King’ yang mulakan tindakan gelojoh & tamak-haloba, mahu merampas jawatan MB Kedah. Lebih-kurang sama dengan langkah Kajang yang dilakukan peliwat dengan niat merampas jawatan MB Selangor dari Khalid Ibrahim. Mungkin kerana Mukhriz ‘kedekut’ dan kroni Ahmad Bashah tak boleh ‘cari-makan’ di Kedah. Kalau Bashah jadi MB, sudah tentu kroni-kroninya ‘kenyang’. Maka gemuklah ‘perut’ mereka seperti di PWTC, yang kebanyakannya gemuk-gemuk belaka.

    Berbalik kepada ‘Kerajaan BEBAS(KB)’ Kedah, antara Geng Mukhriz dan PAS:-
    Ia adalah cara dan kaedah terbaik, demi menjimatkan WANG & tidak buang-masa Rakyat. Jika DUN dibubar dalam keadaan ekonomi yang meleset sekarang, sudah tentu banyak WANG dan masa dibazirkan untuk berkempen-politik yang sudah tentu memecah-belahkan lagi perhubungan-kaum yand sudah teruk. Daripada membuang-masa dan WANG, lebih baik KB terus berbakti kepada Rakyat Kedah. Secepat mungkin, hentikan berpolitik sepanjang-masa demi ‘tempolok’ ahli-politik semata-mata.

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  • 21. siri  |  January 22, 2016 at 3:25 pm

    Re: In many controversial issues, you’ll find Dapsters and Protuns on the same side.
    What worries you Helen you never speak up about this economic situation so bad in history of this country except on political issues only seolah-olah nak selamatkan Najib dari mati lemas

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    • 22. Helen Ang  |  January 22, 2016 at 4:03 pm

      Last year I complained that the price of kuaci (my makanan ruji) naik mendadak dari RM2.50 ke RM3.50 pasca GST, see https://helenang.wordpress.com/2015/05/01/kuaci/

      I ran a survey on mamak shop price increase. See, https://helenang.wordpress.com/2015/07/02/tinjauan-pendapat-harga-makanan-kedai-mamak/

      I’m shocked at how steeply the price of groceries has gone up. I agree with regular commenter drinho that the price of tinned sardines today is just gila.

      re: “What worries you Helen”

      DAP will take power.

      re: “you never speak up about this economic situation so bad in history of this country”

      I’m worried that the rising cost of living and unemployment will cost BN to lose power due to backlash over inflation.

      re: “except on political issues only seolah-olah nak selamatkan Najib dari mati lemas”

      I’m worried that if Najib sinks, BN will sink along with him. Then it will be DAP sitting in Putrajaya.

      DAP is dajjal.

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      • 23. shamshul anuar  |  January 22, 2016 at 5:57 pm

        Helen,

        “…I ‘m worried that if Najib…..”.

        Many (including those in UMNO) ignore the fact that actually Najib is not the real target. UMNO and whatever it represents(the Malay political power) is the real target.

        Only morons would want to believe that the attack on Najib will stop if he resigns. In fact the opposite is the truth. Should Najib walk into the trap(by resigning), DAP, Rafizi will have a field day . They will go around town saying Najib resignation is an admission of guilt.

        They will press the new PM to crucify Najib.

        The thing about those who keep on complaining about price increases is that they seldom want to change. they whacked Ahmad Maslan for suggesting extra effort to increase income. what Ahmad Maslan said make sense.

        No doubt the complaint on price increase has its legitimacy. But who controls the food chain? We complain that the price of teh tarik increases. Yet we act as if we will die if we dot not patronise places that charge exorbitantly.

        The attitude must change. There is limits on how a government can act. Beyond that we as the consumers must act. Boycott these establishments. No doubt government agencies must weed out “lintah darat”who manipulates prices. But we too must act.

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        • 24. Darman Marwan  |  January 22, 2016 at 8:28 pm

          I beg to differ. UMNO being the target because of Najib. If Najib resigns and he is charged in an open court, what issues can be used by the opposition?? UMNO has taken action against Najib!!!

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          • 25. Helen Ang  |  January 22, 2016 at 8:38 pm

            re: “what issues can be used by the opposition??”

            Oppo will say Umno is corrupt. And that the charges prove this beyond a doubt.

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            • 26. HY  |  January 23, 2016 at 8:47 am

              umno is not corrupt?

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              • 27. islam1st  |  January 25, 2016 at 12:22 am

                UMNO is as clean as DAP!

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      • 28. Spectre  |  January 22, 2016 at 7:24 pm

        Once the TPP is implemented, the economic situation will deteriorate and BN is bust. ISDS, intellectual property rights protection, environmental safeguards, labor rights, once they are in force will hammer the Malaysian economy into pieces.

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  • 29. pengundi hantu  |  January 22, 2016 at 4:13 pm

    Untuk tahu betul ke Najib dan BN masih dapat sokongan rakyat, saya tetap kata Mukhriz patut bubarkan DUN KEDAH. Let us test the market. Nak tunggu PRU14 lambat sangat. Inilah masanya, protun ambil peluang untuk membuktikan sejauh mana rakayat dah bencikan Najib, UMNO/BN.
    Tak payahlah cari alasan tak mahu bazirkan duit rakyat.
    Memang dah banyak duit rakyat dibazirkan.
    Lagipun cuma pilianraya DUN KEDAH bukan satu Malaysia.

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    • 30. Helen Ang  |  January 22, 2016 at 5:07 pm

      re: “protun ambil peluang untuk membuktikan sejauh mana rakayat dah bencikan Najib, UMNO/BN”

      Itulah. Kenapa Protun mahu mempupuk kebencian?

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      • 31. pengundi hantu  |  January 22, 2016 at 5:41 pm

        U are way out……….I am not talking about memupuk kebencian.
        I am talking about proving your point that NAJIB & UMNO/BN is still in demand. There’s no way of proving it except through vote. So, Mukhriz patut bubarkan Dun Kedah. Biar rakyat yang tentukan, siapa mereka mahu berkuasa bukan saja di Kedah but also the whole of Malaysia.
        Saya sudah bosan dengan cakap-cakap seolah-olah Najib masih jadi pilihan utama rakyat Malaysia. Nak tunggu PRU14 lambat sangat. Buat Pilihanraya Dun Kedah sebagai kayu ukur. Untung sabut, timbul. Untung batu tenggelam.
        Ada berani………..???????

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        • 32. HY  |  January 23, 2016 at 8:51 am

          “Ada berani………..???????” – ni ko kena tanja mahathir dan anak, ada berani? apa lagi tunggu?

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          • 33. pengundi hantu  |  January 23, 2016 at 12:19 pm

            Tunggu lepas perhimpunan TPPA…………HAHAHA.
            Long live Mukhriz!
            Long live Tun Dr.M.
            Mong live LLS………………..terus berjuang.
            Kebenaran akan muncul juga

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  • 34. Darman Marwan  |  January 22, 2016 at 5:21 pm

    Could you Helen give us the reasons why so many rakyat want DSNajib to step down? Helen, in the JVC between 1MDB and Petrosaudi, 1MDB had raised cash of USD1.83 bilion.. Could you tell me how did 1MDB derive this amount? When 1MDB converted the USD1.83 bilion into loan or invest,ent to Petrosaudi, did 1MDB obtain prior approval from BNM?? Projibs are bullying us!!

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    • 35. Helen Ang  |  January 22, 2016 at 5:34 pm

      re: “Could you Helen give us the reasons why so many rakyat want DSNajib to step down?”

      Termakan dakyah DAP. The oppo is a politics of hate tsunami.

      re: “Helen, in the JVC between 1MDB and Petrosaudi, 1MDB had raised cash of USD1.83 bilion.. Could you tell me how did 1MDB derive this amount?”

      Would you mind reading Lim Sian See or Arul Kanda, pls?

      re: “When 1MDB converted the USD1.83 bilion into loan or invest,ent to Petrosaudi, did 1MDB obtain prior approval from BNM??”

      What did Zeti say about this?

      re: “Projibs are bullying us!!”

      I don’t think so. Projibs are on the defensive. Protuns are on the offensive.

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      • 36. Darman Marwan  |  January 22, 2016 at 9:13 pm

        I had asked LSS on this and his answer was usd1.83bilion originated from Sukuk of RM5 bilion (previously under TIA) but LSS never post the answer and touched on this matter bcos he was not honest. You may refer to LSS thread few months back. Could you plse post me Arul’s answer, if any. Ha ha ha. .. you are not being honest too, Helen. Ambank paid RM450 milion to BNM.

        LSS could not answer the Sukuk or iMTN of RM5 bilion.
        It seems Projibs and you Helen are bullying us. It is not about defensive or offensive but between right and wrong. And you are totally wrong Helen.

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        • 37. Helen Ang  |  January 22, 2016 at 9:33 pm

          re: “LSS could not answer the Sukuk or iMTN of RM5 bilion.”

          If LSS could not answer to your satisfaction, what do you expect of me? I’m not following the 1MDB saga and neither am I blogging on it.

          re: “It seems Projibs and you Helen are bullying us.”

          You’re the bully. You just made a false accusation that I blocked your comment.

          re: “It is not about defensive or offensive but between right and wrong.”

          What self-righteous bunkum. This is what the Protuns and the Dapsters have in common.

          re: “And you are totally wrong Helen.”

          Hahahaha.

          Tun appointed Musa Hitam as DPM. Ooops. On second thoughts, maybe Tun made a mistake.

          After that, Tun appointed Ghabar Baba. Wrong choice ‘cos the man is not PM material.

          Then Tun appointed Anwar. Big mistake.

          Tun elevated Sleepy Dollah as PM. It was such a huge error of judgment that Tun felt compelled to quit as an Umno member in protest.

          Then Tun helped Najib become PM. Now Tun decides that was a wrong decision too.

          Not too long ago, he half-heartedly half-endorsed Muhyiddin as the replacement PM. Guess what? TSMY has been sent into political oblivion.

          Who has been wrong, wrong, wrong, wrong, wrong and wrong again?

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  • 39. aku  |  January 22, 2016 at 6:24 pm

    hi kak helen,
    can see right now why you are mati-matian defending DSNajib and the gang..now we can see which side are you..surely can see you have no more riwayat Mama Dapster to tell us..pity you..please being atas pagar on what really happen in our coubtry now..what i can see ‘Kedah coupe’ more like wayang Tamil where to wait sang “Hero” turun padang untuk jernihkan keadaan..my guess is right because DSNajib, he’s at Kedah now…tapi this Tamil’s hero unfortunately not in dark color..sorry kak helen..thanks anyway.

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    • 40. one bugis play bangsat  |  January 22, 2016 at 7:02 pm

      Bogeys bangsawan fits into villain’s role and leaves people wondering who’s hero.

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  • 41. I Am Woman  |  January 22, 2016 at 7:52 pm

    Helen, you have been writing about proTun and proJib for a while now. Now this is my view on the whole situation.

    There are some Malays who are not members of Umno (like me) but who have supported the party throughout and who have stood up for Umno more because we see Dap as the alternative and we do not want to be ruled by the Lim family.

    We seem to be proTun mainly because some of the things that involved Najib is beyond our ideas of how a leader should be. That doesn’t mean we are anti Umno.

    You asked who’s going to be next if Najib steps down. Shamsul above stated “Only morons would want to believe that the attack on Najib will stop if he resigns.” Well, we are not morons. Of course the attacks will never stop until they rule Putrajaya then they will stop all discussions. Period. You know that; I know that. The Lims talk big about free speech but only when it doesn’t affect them.

    But coming back to the PM, it will be easier to fight against the dapsters without Najib’s baggage. And at this point most people are willing to go with TSMY or even Zahid if he can hold the party together.

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    • 42. Helen Ang  |  January 22, 2016 at 8:37 pm

      re: “some of the things that involved Najib is beyond our ideas of how a leader should be”

      Actually I like Mukhriz – image-wise – for being low key, non controversial and no scandal (as far as I’m aware). But I don’t think a leader like him is up to fighting DAP. The opposition’s political arena is a killing field; nice guys will be slaughtered.

      For me, the No.1 priority must be that the BN leader is able to hold the fort and not let Putrajaya slip into DAP hands. To defeat DAP requires a hardliner.

      re: “But coming back to the PM, it will be easier to fight against the dapsters without Najib’s baggage.”

      I agree with Shamshul Anuar on this. Whether Najib is Umno president any longer or not, the oppo will not stop exploiting, manipulating and lying about his issues.

      As Shamshul commented, Najib is not the “real target”. It’s just ABU. Even if today Umno puts up Dato’ Onn Ja’afar, the Dapsters will create fitnah against him same as they’re tarnishing Tun Razak’s reputation.

      Shamshul also predicts that “they will press the new PM to crucify Najib”. I agree with Shamshul yet again.

      If whoever takes over Umno initiates investigative proceedings against Najib, this will be taken as an ‘admission’ of guilt and Najib’s departure under a cloud will be taken as a taint on the BN.

      We’ve seen how the Sarawak Report can simply create a bare-faced lie about MACC recommending 37 charges against Najib and conjure up another story that Najib is negotiating an exit to a third country.

      They’re that kind of people. Kalau sehari tak tipu atau bohong, semacam ada yang tak kena.

      Furthermore, since the DAP are so eager for Najib to go, then his leaving must be to their advantage.

      re: “And at this point most people are willing to go with TSMY or even Zahid if he can hold the party together.”

      (i) Najib easily brushed TSMY aside (sacked as DPM and cabinet minister) and ‘gagged’ him (denied of platform at PAU).

      If TSMY is no match for Najib, then how can he match up to the DAP neo-Zionists?

      (ii) DAP evangelistas are the sneakiest of bastards. I don’t see how sledgehammer Zahid will be able to go toe-to-toe with them.

      And it’s not a case of merely holding Umno together. The BN has to be held together as well and PAS needs to be brought on board.

      Najib is the best bridge to PAS. The parti Islam did not thaw for any other Umno leader.

      PAS is better equipped to battle the DAP. Fight fire with fire. DAP’s political Christianity needs to be neutralized with political Islam.

      Umno does not have the arsenal or the ‘right’ mindset and attitude to challenge DAP.

      Fortunately PAS does. Dr Zuhdi’s allegation on the Israel ties of the evangelical party, and Hadi’s khutbah Jumaat on dangerous Christians (two strikes within a month) really set the cat among the pigeons – which is something Umno is unable to accomplish.

      But we need Najib for the hook-up with PAS to happen.

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  • 43. Darman Marwan  |  January 22, 2016 at 8:23 pm

    You are totally wrong and living in a denial world. There are Protun and antiNajib. I am an antiNajib not Protun. You, Helen behavesl like Dapster by simply accusing Protun ” memupuk kebencian”. Selama ini kamu Helen tibai dan memburuk-burukkan Dapsters, hannah yeoh etc. sebab mahu menimbulkan kebencian terhadap mereka ke?
    Tak sangka, kamu pun lebih teruk dari Dapster. Why did you block my earlier posting?? Can you answer the 1MDB scandal??

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    • 44. Helen Ang  |  January 22, 2016 at 9:02 pm

      re: “You, Helen behaves like Dapster by simply accusing Protun ‘memupuk kebencian’.”

      Of course the Protun memupuk kebencian. Tun said that once Najib stepped outside Malaysian boundaries, our PM will be arrested by Interpol. What kind of rumour-mongering is that?

      Tun also supported the Bersih rally to remove Najib through street anarchy. Bersih 4.0 was one big hate fest against Najib. The antics of the Yellow Shirts were recorded on film and video.

      Protuns foment hate for Najib, dan Umno yang kena tempias.

      You all are bullying and terrorizing anyone who wants the status quo maintained (which also means Najib retained) through all your nasty smears (name-calling “pemakan dedak”, dibeli etc), just like how Mao Zedong’s Red Army terrorized all who did not submit to his Little Red Book communist ideology.

      Today, anyone who’s Projib is being demonized as unethical, unprincipled, blah, blah, blah. As if only the Dapsters and the Protuns are principled in their political beliefs.

      re: “Selama ini kamu Helen tibai dan memburuk-burukkan Dapsters, hannah yeoh etc. sebab mahu menimbulkan kebencian terhadap mereka ke?”

      Where I got buruk-burukkan Dapster? I’m merely spelling out exactly what it is they did and continue doing.

      And if I’ve ever said anything untrue about HY, she can sue me in court for defamation. Or since she’s so trigger-happy with making police reports (which she has done against Umno bloggers and Malay Facebookers), she would have done it long ago if I had told lies like the Protun masquerade blogger.

      re: “Why did you block my earlier posting?? Can you answer the 1MDB scandal??”

      Hullo. There you go, making false accusation. You’ve just proven your niat busuk dan jahat. Not only did your comment appear, I replied you at 5.34pm (see screenshot below).

      Your comment @ 5.21pm, https://helenang.wordpress.com/2016/01/22/mukhrizs-situation-chance-for-najib-to-be-war-general/#comment-167366

      My response – https://helenang.wordpress.com/2016/01/22/mukhrizs-situation-chance-for-najib-to-be-war-general/#comment-167374

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  • 45. I Am Woman  |  January 22, 2016 at 9:15 pm

    As an aside, I jumped over to LKS blog for my daily entertainment, and I am not disappointed.

    I thought he would be all gung-ho over the Kedah saga, but no. He went with this article instead. =))
    http://blog.limkitsiang.com/2016/01/22/is-there-ever-a-positive-side-to-beauty-pageants/

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