The PM’s learning curve

February 5, 2016 at 10:18 pm 22 comments

BELOW: Last year’s CNY photo … his gong xi clasp was rather clueless. Look at the position of his fingers — wrong.

2015

Najib gong xi 1

BELOW: This year’s CNY … much improved.

2016

Najib Razak Tahun Baru Cina 2016

Methinks the PM has learned, unlearned and relearned. If he had not, he’d not have managed to remain standing through all the mega attempts to unseat him.

My wish is the same, i.e. that he shall become a war general who will draw a line in the sand. Enough is enough.

And no more 1Malaysia, for Zeus’ sake. Send that misbegotten idea to the landfill, please.

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  • 1. kampong lad  |  February 6, 2016 at 12:30 am

    Kong He Fatt Choy to Helen Ang & all the visitors.

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  • 2. helang  |  February 6, 2016 at 6:46 am

    Are you sure about najib helen???? The misdeeds are all real and not a spin.

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    • 3. Helen Ang  |  February 6, 2016 at 8:56 am

      Helang,

      I’ve been thinking… ‘Dajjal’ is not a strong enough word to describe the DAP. They’re syaitan.

      Think what they do to people. Seriously. The Bintang Lima have inherited the saka of the Bintang Tiga – memang buas.

      Google “Chew Mei Fun” in my blog and see how they Dapsters kenakan dia. Insofar as politicians go, YB Chew (below) is one of the most ethical, hardworking and nicest ones around.

      To put it simply, the DAP are destroyers. They’ve now got a fortress in the north. China/Chinese are buying land in the south. Jerusubangites are a majority in the Klang Valley cities. They want to take over the country.

      Notice that not a single one of the Ketua Bahagian Umno (selain daripada Mukhriz, Muhyiddin, etc) have sanggah Najib. The party is behind him.

      At this point, it’s clear that it is Najib and nobody else who’s going to be the BN chairman leading the ruling party into the GE14 war. Tun is not going to be heading the BN’s efforts against Pakatan-New Hope. If anything, he’s indirectly benefiting the opposition.

      If Najib is willing to be a war general, then we should rally behind him to crush the DAP. We’re in keadaan Darurat II. Earlier, the Darurat One was 1948-60.

      With the Isis/Daesh thing going on in the Middle East, the Christians think Islam is evil. DAP is very anti-Islam. Out of their total 142 YBs, there are two Muslim DAP reps. See, statistics don’t lie. But DAP lies all the time, like when they proclaim that their party is multiracial.

      As for the donations, think about it this way. If Najib had not had a war chest in 2013, we might have already lost Putrajaya to the opposition in GE13.

      MCA and their Chinese tycoons’ funding (which traditionally funded BN) had already swung to the other side. The Chinese were so confident that their tsunami, UBAH, “ini kali lah” was going to work, and Putrajaya was already in their hand.

      Zam (Zainuddin Maidin), who has his sources, blogged that the J-Star newsroom were so jubilant after Pakatan did so well in Penang, Selangor, Johor … the Nest of Evangelistas reeled in shock when Pakatan didn’t prevail after all.

      Malaysia has a population of 30 million. China has a population of 1,300,000,000 (1.3 billion).

      The current advantage in numbers that the Malays possess is nothing compared to how quickly Malaysia’s demography can be UBAH-ed once the country’s doors are open to immigration and China nationals are imported.

      Sekali you lose the federal government to DAP, habis lah.

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      • 4. What Is This  |  February 6, 2016 at 9:29 am

        China nationals are not interested in migrating to Malaysia. They have no reason to migrate to this country even if the doors are wide open. You obviously have no experience dealing with the PRC Chinese or have any interaction with them. I do however know PRC people living in Malaysia. They invest in our real estate because the price is right and they make a profit. Go around KL. Look at those high rise residences. Most are empty, nobody stays in those places. It’s used by PRC nationals to park their money. The moment the price is right they sell them and move on to other investments. Unlike previous migrants from China, these PRC nationals are very wealthy and they are here to make money. They stay elsewhere, occasionally they come to look at their investments and then move on. They are investors. The same is true in Johor and Penang. They park their money in real estate, flip it over several times, make a huge profit and move to other locations. Live in Malaysia ? Forget it. They live elsewhere, where their money is safe from predatory regimes, regimes like this BN one. Singapore is their prefered destination, the language is not an obstacle and what more, the environment is clean and street protest is strictly forbidden. They feel safe. Oh, some may say they invested in Bandar Malaysia and Edra Global. So ? They hold the assets, milk it for all the profit, then sell them to other investors willing to pay the asking price, then they move on. Malays have no reason to worry about PRC nationals coming to Malaysia in large numbers. It’s make believe. Won’t happen. On another note, wealthy Malaysian Chinese are busy making their exits from Malaysia. You Malays are safe. The educated ones are also exiting Malaysia too. Go to UK, Australia, see so many Malaysian Chinese students there. You can relax a bit. The so called 1 million overseas Malaysian Chinese, they are not a threat to Malays. Despite DAP efforts to entice them, it’s not delivering the results. So where does that leave us ? A small minority making loud noises but nothing happens.

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        • 5. Helen Ang  |  February 6, 2016 at 9:34 am

          Singapore uses Republic of China labour as blue collar workers. They already have PR there, kan?

          In Jerusubang, the China nationals are working in the massage centres and as GROs. You can also see them trading in the pasar malam and wet markets.

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          • 6. HY  |  February 6, 2016 at 10:05 am

            helen, tbh, I dun even think many malay would subscribe to yr logic, its so flaw n emotional.

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            • 7. Helen Ang  |  February 6, 2016 at 10:37 am

              re: “it’s so flaw[ed] n emotional”

              Which part?

              The communist insurgency is a historical fact. Emergency (1948-60), fact. The Bintang Tiga tried to take over Malaya. Fact. They were armed and they killed civilians. Fact. They were buas. Fact.

              “In Johore, guerrillas shot dead a Chinese squatter, hacked his wife to death with a parang, set their hut alight and threw their eight-year-old daughter into the flames.

              “In Perak, Chin Peng’s men hammered a nail through a Chinese girl’s head.

              “At Pantai Seremban, two young men were battered to death by guerrillas wielding cangkuls.

              “Even captured guerrillas admitted that the tortures were ‘too horrible for description’, while a late 1952 police report noted that this ‘senseless cruelty’ was typical of ‘hundreds of similar incidents’ throughout the country.”

              – Assoc. Prof. Kumar Ramakrishna of Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies) – source here

              The Bintang Tiga had rifles and they used bullets to kill. The Bintang Lima control the media and social media, and they use fitnah to character assassinate.

              Does DAP want to take over Putrajaya? Yes.

              Kit Siang has said this openly and many times. Lim Guan Eng has also said this in his messages to the party. Liew Chin Tong has said this in his taklimat to party members, and covered by the press.

              Who is being emotional? The 95 percent Chinese vigilantes who beat up Bangla-looking men on 5 May 2013 as suspected phantom voters or me? The “ini kali lah” rhetoric is not emotional? The mega rallies were not emotional?

              The stepping on Najib’s portrait and all the other things they did at the Bersih 4.0 rally was not emotional?

              It is the Umno complacency that is flawed. They were dazed by the gelombang makkal sakti in 2008 that cost BN five states, including the most developed one with the biggest population. And now DAP plans to put up its puppet Malay as Selangor MB by the next election.

              Umno had still not recovered from its complacency when the Chinese tsunami hit him in 2013 and swept away the Malacca Umno MB.

              DAP is trying to lull the Malays into complacency with its mantra, “we’re only a quarter of the population”, “there are only “13 percent Chinese-majority seats” (NOT TRUE, as I’ve explained) and of course the “we’re meek and mild, only nine percent”.

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              • 8. HY  |  February 6, 2016 at 11:00 am

                “b3” – okay, apart from turning back the clock 50 years, how might you propose this be done today? u mean malay like mahathir, jmd, and yr so call protun here that comment in yr blog would all suddenly become a dap puppet? y not u ask them?

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                • 9. Helen Ang  |  February 6, 2016 at 11:35 am

                  Enemy of my enemy is my friend.

                  Protuns and Dapsters have recently become unholy allies because they both have the same enemy – Najib.

                  While Tun is not embracing Kit Siang, LKS on the other hand, has warmly embraced Tun. He wants Tun to head the RCI on 1MDB.

                  LKS wants Tun to head the Council of Elders/tribunal to rule in the interim while Najib temporarily steps down for the 1MDB probe.

                  He pleaded with any Protun MPs to vote with the opposition in the Parliamentary motion to defeat Najib’s Budget 2016.

                  The DAP has continually, since last year, offered to work with Tun and Protuns, and most recently after the Mukhriz ouster.

                  Tun has been snubbing the DAP overtures. So he’s got no intention of being a DAP puppet.

                  But what the Protuns are doing is the same as what the Dapsters are doing, i.e. attacking the Umno president, the BN administration, the arms of government and eroding Islamic public institutions like Tabung Haji and Jakim.

                  Tun and DAP are attacking the AG and PAC.

                  Niat sama. Cara sama. Matlamat sama – bermati-matian nak jatuhkan Najib.

                  When Najib goes down, his whole Cabinet will go down with him. Don’t think that Najib’s reputation can be destroyed alone in isolation and not affecting the credibility of Umno and BN.

                  When the Malays hate Umno enough, DAP will reap its harvest.

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          • 10. What Is This  |  February 6, 2016 at 10:07 am

            So ? You think they are going to hand those blue collar workers SG citizenship ? They don’t have PR, I mean the blue collar workers. From what Survivor told me, only the wealthy PRC nationals have SG PR, other than that those other PRC nationals are on employment visas, which in other words the SG gov can expel them on short notice. Republic of China = Taiwan. People’s Republic of China = Mainland China.

            On Jerusubang, those PRC nationals are here because of money. These people are not here long term. Once they made their money, they go somewhere else. I know of a PRC sibling team, they did trading in the pasar malam for about 2 years, and before they left Malaysia, they told me they have made their money, they are going back to China to start their own business. What I m saying is, they are here just for the money. They won’t stay long.

            Nothing to worry about.

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            • 11. Helen Ang  |  February 6, 2016 at 10:17 am

              re: “You think they are going to hand those blue collar workers SG citizenship?”

              There’s the Projek IC in Sabah.

              If DAP is sitting in Putrajaya, do you think they are going to hand those blue collar workers from China a Malaysian citizenship?

              re: The two republics of China

              China will reabsorb Taiwan like it did Hong Kong. China will be the unchallenged Lord of the Pacific Rim.

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              • 12. HY  |  February 6, 2016 at 10:48 am

                first, no one except u believe dap will go to Putrajaya, alone. second, u make it sound as if the non dap, ie umno, pkr, pas, civil servant, police, army, …..r all zombies.

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                • 13. Helen Ang  |  February 6, 2016 at 11:15 am

                  re: “first, no one except u believe dap will go to Putrajaya, alone.”

                  DAP will get to Putrajaya with the help of the Protuns who are attacking Umno from within.

                  And they’re super menghasut the Christian Dayaks.

                  Federal Minister Bernard Dompok lost his seat in the Kadazan-duzun heartland in GE13. Joseph Pairin Kitingan could have lost his Keningau seat if there had not been a three-cornered fight.

                  re: “second, u make it sound as if the non dap, ie umno”

                  Umno has size but Tun is bringing it down from the inside. He wanted Umno de-registered by ROS because Najib did not declare the 2.6 billion donation in the party accounting.

                  re: “pkr”

                  Anwar is in jail. Wan Azizah is not a masterful politician. Nak naik sebagai MB Selangor pun tak jadi. Nurul Izzah is traipsing the globe, including meeting the Sulu “princess” to lobby for daddy’s release.

                  re: “pas”

                  DAP succeeded in sowing discord in PAS by luring away the Erdogans to form a splinter party. The ulamas in PAS are anti-DAP but they’ve been portrayed as Talibans who have an irrational fear of the cross. Hadi Awang is made out to be anti-Christian and they wanted him banned from Sarawak which is a Christian-majority state.

                  re: “civil servant”

                  Which side is MACC on?

                  re: “police”

                  Why is the deputy director of the Special Branch seen as going against his bosses?

                  re: “army, …..r all zombies”

                  I believe some of the Malay readers of a certain Protun blog are zombies, yes. Not using their head to think logically. Driven by hate for Najib.

                  DAP succeeded in its politics of hate among the Chinese. Now the evangelical party is using the same methods on the Malays.

                  They cucuk sana sini masquerading as Malays or using Muslim names to make the community hate Najib and Umno. That’s how DAP attains power. Through hate.

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                • 14. Melayu Malaysia  |  February 6, 2016 at 12:14 pm

                  “second, u make it sound as if the non dap, ie umno, pkr, pas, civil servant, police, army, …..r all zombies.”

                  They are…..

                  Gong Xi Fa Cai, Ms HA …..we will see a lot more monkeys soon

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                  • 15. HY  |  February 6, 2016 at 2:37 pm

                    if u insist. i am fine. perhaps u do self reflection more than the rest.

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              • 16. What Is This  |  February 6, 2016 at 3:02 pm

                I have said this before. Even if you open the doors the PRC nationals will not migrate to Malaysia. They are here only for the money, economics to be precise. The moment they made their money, they will go somewhere else or they return to China. If you have time, go out, go to KL, the greater KL area, try to meet some PRC nationals, talk to them, then you understand why they are here. People come here to do business, to invest, to spend some money. Don’t be emotional. In your view, the DAP will open the doors to allow PRC nationals to come here. So what ? It still is about the willingness of the PRC nationals. And from my own personal experience, my various interactions with them, they are not interested in migrating to Malaysia. They are setting camp in SG. SG is their preferred destination. If people want to make fools of themselves by continuing to say that PRC nationals will migrate to Malaysia in huge numbers, well, that’s their right. The real situation on the ground is totally different. And our very own Malaysian Chinese are exiting this country so this ‘threat’ of a Chinese takeover if DAP captures Malaysia is Alice in Wonderland myth making. Only those Malaysian Chinese who have no hope of migrating to another country buy into the DAP’s sham politics. 95% of Malaysian Chinese voted DAP so what ? of the 95%, how many of them actually comprised of the estimated 1 million Malaysian Chinese now living and working abroad ? Nobody knows the real number. I have even told Malaysian Chinese living and working abroad to forget about 2018. Stay where you are and let the fanatics and the branwashed fight it out, you’re in safe harbor, no need to get yourselves into trouble.

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                • 17. Helen Ang  |  February 6, 2016 at 3:22 pm

                  re: “They are here only for the money”

                  Some things never change.

                  re: “The moment they made their money, they will go somewhere else or they return to China.”

                  Even if they’re here only a week, they can vote if they have citizenship. Robert Kuok is a Malaysian. He resides in Hong Kong.

                  re: “They are setting camp in SG. SG is their preferred destination.”

                  Singaporeans own assets in Johor.

                  re: “If people want to make fools of themselves by continuing to say that PRC nationals will migrate to Malaysia in huge numbers, well, that’s their right.”

                  That’s what Dato’ Onn Jaafar and British historian Arnold Toynbee believed. Both said China wanted to annex Malaya as its 19th/20th province.

                  Didn’t our forefathers who were China nationals migrate to Malaya? We’re living proof of the migration.

                  re: “this ‘threat’ of a Chinese takeover if DAP captures Malaysia is Alice in Wonderland myth making.”

                  Why don’t you check if there are fewer Malays in Penang island today (ratio-wise) compared to before the DAP takeover?

                  re: “Only those Malaysian Chinese who have no hope of migrating to another country buy into the DAP’s sham politics.”

                  Like the bitter and disappointed Hannah Yeoh, you mean?

                  re: “let the fanatics and the brainwashed fight it out”

                  More of them in GE14. You can include the Protun group in their ranks.

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                  • 18. What Is This  |  February 6, 2016 at 3:55 pm

                    Re Some things never change.

                    Yes, that’s true when it comes to money.

                    Re Even if they’re here only a week, they can vote if they have citizenship. Robert Kuok is a Malaysian. He resides in Hong Kong.

                    Look, I have said this many times, if citizenship is what they’re after, Singapore is their primary target. Minimal language barrier, clean environment, a financial safe haven.

                    Re Singaporeans own assets in Johor.

                    Assets make money for them. Like I said, they will milk the assets before selling them to buyers willing to pay the asking price. This is true anywhere, regardless of Singaporeans or PRC nationals owning the assets.

                    Re That’s what Dato’ Onn Jaafar and British historian Arnold Toynbee believed. Both said China wanted to annex Malaya as its 19th/20th province.

                    It didn’t happen so now we are left talking about it only in academic terms

                    Re Didn’t our forefathers who were China nationals migrate to Malaya? We’re living proof of the migration.

                    My grandparents came as merchants before WW2. Those who arrived earlier, the 19th centuries coolies, they didn’t come of their own accord. They were sold into sevitude to work for the white British. I do not deny that our forefathers came to Malaya but look at the circumstances. People sold into servitude hardly qualify as ‘migrants’.

                    Re Why don’t you check if there are fewer Malays in Penang island today (ratio-wise) compared to before the DAP takeover?

                    I don’t have to. This is a well known fact to anyone who has been to Penang Island since DAP took power in 2008. The Malays went to the other side because the cost of living on the island is too prohibitive due to the crazed property market, which is the DAP state gov’s contribution to the people of the island. But Malays are not the only ones being pushed out. Even Chinese and Indians are exiting the island. MNCs too have retrenched.

                    Re Like the bitter and disappointed Hannah Yeoh, you mean?

                    Yes. These are the ones that are causing the problems, bitter and disappointed therefore they go on a rampage all over cyberspace.

                    Re More of them in GE14. You can include the Protun group in their ranks.

                    Just them ? If the gov is still clueless, the Felda settlers will also join these Protuns considering that the snipers have been targeting Felda settlers for quite some time now. If the Felda settlers join in the fray, the gov is toast. I don’t have to remind you of the numerical power these Felda settlers possess.

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                    • 19. Helen Ang  |  February 6, 2016 at 4:07 pm

                      re: “Look, I have said this many times, if citizenship is what they’re after, Singapore is their primary target. Minimal language barrier, clean environment, a financial safe haven.”

                      S’pore might be more stringent. M’sia more lax. DAP was able to do hanky-panky in Perak in the short time that Pakatan was state government.

      • 20. helang  |  February 6, 2016 at 7:13 pm

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        Did it make sense to you when all answers to the 2.6b were all rubbish? Why were they beating around the bush? Why not call a spade a spade?

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        • 21. Helen Ang  |  February 6, 2016 at 7:37 pm

          Pls provide the photo link relevant to the paragraph I deleted, thanks.

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  • 22. Setem  |  February 6, 2016 at 11:09 pm

    Learning curve? Thot his always been flat!

    Reply

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