UPDATED: Heh-heh-heh, look who are Tun’s biggest fans today

February 6, 2016 at 3:11 pm 75 comments

Updated: 8.12 am on Feb 15

Dr M becomes patron of anti-Najib movement

BELOW: A Dapster operative masquerading as Tun fan in Annie the Protun’s blog

Screencapped from http://lifeofaannie.blogspot.com/2016/02/annie-now-dap-cybertrooperyea-right.html

RBA charade as Protun


Original posting below:

All the Facebook screenshots below are taken from today’s FMT article ‘Mahathir seeking a scapegoat for his grand failures’ where the ex-premier is being criticized by Communications Minister Salleh Said Keruak.

Now check out the fake profiles of the Facebookers in the FMT conversation thread.

The earliest or first comment to hentam Najib comes from one ‘Amarjeet Singh’ but fails to link to his Facebook account. Amarjeet’s avatar does not look like a Punjabi face. It looks like a Mat Salleh from a magazine photo or some promo material.

Aside from Amarjeet, a few other commenters on the FMT article above about Tun did not provide active FB links either, such as Kian Kian who said “Najib’s name is tainted with scandals”.

Another guy Mak Yoon Nam called Najib “AhCheatKo” but his FB link is not available as well.

Amargeet Singh

Essentially the article by the Minister Salleh Keruak is critical of Tun whereas the mostly Chinese and RBA commenters are defending Tun.

Next in the line of Tun defenders is one Facebooker calling himself ‘Nawab Wee‘  whose FB looks like a dummy account. No favourites, no activities, no avatar picture or photo even – see screenshot below.

This dude Nawab Wee makes for a ‘bizarre’ fan (usually it’s the Melayu tua who are pentaksub Mahathir). He said in a one-liner,

“The only thing that Tun fails is in choosing his successor. Otherwise he’s the MAN.”

BELOW: Nawab Wee’s Facebook profile — blank

Nawab Wee

Another Facebooker ‘oldayz.cuisine‘ also does not show any history of FB activity.

This fella called the Communications Minister “an ignorant fool“, “sub standard, idiotic, ignorant people” and called Najib “the Circus Ring Master” who is Salleh Said Keruak’s “Small kahuna Boss!”

He told the Minister, “If you do not have anything intelligent to say then just shut up!!”

oldayz.cuisine’ is a rude and abusive netizen. Now who are the most foul-mouthed people online? Semua orang pun tahu, kan?

oldayz.cuisine comment

BELOW: Facebook profile — blank

Ol'dayz Cuisine

Then there’s this comment supposedly coming from one ‘Zack Mohd’ but his avatar is a photo of movie star Tom Cruise. This ‘Zack’ has also very little personal history in the FB profile.

Zack is an RBA you can smell from a mile away from his bad language and talking points. Also note that the word “rakyat” or “the people” are favourites yang tak lekang dari bibir Firsters yang begitu berkobar-kobar semangat dan jiwa kenegaraan mereka.

The purported ‘Zack Mohd’ said:

“A very shit article that worth the toilet bowl from a paid brainless UMNO lembu trying to divert attention from billions stolen from rakyat. If nothing is wrong with 1MDB, why Gani Patail,Muhiyuddin,Shafie & Mukhriz sacked? Why SRC Directors went into hiding? Why Najadi & Kevin was murdered? Mana 2.6b?”

Zack Mohd

Then you have a Facebooker calling himself Subspan Raman, which sounds like an Indian name. His favourite is DAP senior politician Teng Chang Khim, hahaha.

Subspan Raman

Che Azemi Shamsuddin – describing himself in biodata as “Managing Director at Self-Employed” – made the following comment:

Salleh, don’t take us as fools, go tell that to your constituency..maybe they will believe u, ass hole.”

Che Azemi

This Che Azemi called Minister Salleh Keruak an “asshole”.

Below is the FB profile of Che Azemi Shamsuddin who apparently is a K-Pop fan, likes Japanese anime, Chinese movies and Harry Potter. His favourite sports personalities are Nicol David and Lee Chong Wei.

In case you’re adding 2 and 2 to make 5, the answer is ‘No’.

Disclaimer: Annie’s name is not Che Azemi Shamsuddin. And the guy in the photo is not Annie the blogger despite their common love for K-Pop, Japanese anime and Chinese movies.

Nonetheless, their similarity in taste does indicate that the Protun Malay male blogger is rather Dapsterish.

Annie himself has also slammed Salleh Said Keruak in his blog. Annie called the Minister a “vicious attack dog” for the same sin of criticizing Tun.

Che Azemi Facebook

The RBAs are crawling everywhere. Their hangout nowadays includes the Protun blogs.

Some of you may have noticed that Life of Annie is no longer attracting many Malay commenters. Well, that’s what happens when Annie allows DAP cytros to hijack the popular platform that he built.


Related reading:

Kenapa ada Melayu yang mahu lebih ‘Cina’ dari Cina?


The Anon and the Alphabet Soup stalkers who repeat ad nauseum their inventive lies about me (and which Annie is willing to publish in his blog) have taken over Annie’s comment space. Likewise DAP and Daspters will take over Malaysia with the collusion of the Protuns.

Or else why do you think that Grandpapa Dapster and his cyber hit squads have suddenly become Tun’s loudest cheerleaders?

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  • 1. anonymous  |  February 6, 2016 at 4:00 pm

    Now Anwar Ibrahim is as good as forgotten. They have found a new figure to hide behind and launch attacks from and to take the hits for them. And take the hits Dr Mahathir’s camp will. Has the Rubicon been crossed?Is there no way to reach an understanding and reconcile?If this goes on, it will end badly for Dr Mahathir. Anwar at least had the advantage of age when he fell from grace.

    BTW a prosperous and peaceful Chinese New Year to you. Please don’t be disheartened and carry on.

    This is not related, but do you read any detective novels?The villain in Keigo Higashino’s novel Malice is quite a devious character. Might remind you of some people.

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  • 2. Qalam Qabut  |  February 6, 2016 at 4:48 pm

    adehhh… nampaknya aku pun termasuk dalam kategori RBA. To a lesser degree, a Protun kot?

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    • 3. Helen Ang  |  February 6, 2016 at 4:53 pm

      No lah, you’re not RBA.

      But I hope you’re not a hardcore Protun.

      Tun will lose to Najib – that’s the battle.

      Not sure if Najib can win the war – GE14. It depends on the economy. If Malays no job, saddled with high cost of living, etc, then the DAP hate bait will work.

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      • 4. What Is This  |  February 6, 2016 at 5:04 pm

        The economy will not play the decisive role in determinig the outcome of the next GE. It’s the percertion that Najib is involved in the various ‘scandals’ that is pivotal.

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      • 5. Anonymous  |  February 7, 2016 at 1:58 am

        There will be no longer GE 14 in 2018 as the world will turn upside down; plan by the elites into One World Government by then.Turning point to look shall be Obama will be the last POTUS.We shall enter into tribulation period waiting for savour to save mankind.What has been foretold by earlier prophets; John, Ezeikel, Jeremiah, Isaih & Daniel will come true in our time.

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      • 7. Qalam Qabut  |  February 7, 2016 at 12:38 pm

        No, I am not a hardcore Protun. I respect dia as a great statesman, even now. Tapi tak semestinya I kena setuju semua yg dia buat. Bangkang dan benci dengan sesetengah tindak tanduknya pun ada. Tapi I tak benci hingga nak korek semua salah silap dia dan buat perbandingan dengan Najib. Tun boleh buat kenapa Najib tak boleh, walhal apa yg Tun buat lebih teruk lagi… That’s not my way. Ambil yang elok untuk jadi teladan, yg tak elok buat sempadan, supaya kita boleh jadi lebih baik dari dia.

        Najib akan kalah kalau tak tukar perangai dia. Sama ada dia kalah kepada Tun atau kepada Pakatan Harapan itu tak pasti. Tapi semakin hari hormat rakyat kepada PM Malaysia yg sekor ni semakin terhakis. Wang dan kuasa boleh beli menteri, ketua bahagian, mungkin juga ahli UMNO, tapi tak mungkin boleh beli maruah diri dan kasih dari rakyat. Pemakan dedak ni boleh beri dia menang di PAU, tapi rakyat yg akan tentukan dia tersungkur atau tidak. Kedah dah bertukar ke hitam, Johor menjadi kelabu, Dengar kata Trengganu juga semakin kelabu, bukan sebab benci MB sekarang, bukan kerana pengaruh Mat Said kuat, tapi kerana campurtangan Najib.

        Najib akan bawa UMNO dan BN rebah bersamanya, bukan Tun atau LGE.

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        • 8. Helen Ang  |  February 7, 2016 at 1:29 pm

          re: “Tapi semakin hari hormat rakyat kepada PM Malaysia yg sekor ni semakin terhakis.”

          Pembangkang memainkan peranan besar dalam mengapi-apikan kebencian terhadap Najib, misalnya kempen lakaran badut.

          Pokok-pangkalnya perangai Protun sekarang ala pembangkang.

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          • 9. islam1st  |  February 7, 2016 at 10:53 pm

            ‘Pokok-pangkalnya perangai Protun sekarang ala pembangkang.’

            Helen saya tak setuju. Pembangkang lagi conniving kut, Protuns, kalau pun terma ni betul, adalah daripada keluarga UMNO yang marah kat Najib. Depa tak jahat sangat kut Helen??

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            • 10. Helen Ang  |  February 7, 2016 at 11:50 pm

              Belum lagi sejahat Dapsters.

              Tetapi gejala ini wajar dibantutkan tatkala ia masih rebung.

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          • 11. drinho  |  February 11, 2016 at 9:27 am

            re: Pokok-pangkalnya perangai Protun sekarang ala pembangkang.

            Jangan sekadar tengok perangai Protun/Tun M. Tengok juga intipati isu yang dibangkitkan golongan ini iaitu 1MDB dan derma 2.6 bil.

            Adakah kedua-dua isu ini sengaja dicipta oleh Protun/Tun M untuk menyingkirkan Najib? Ataupun kedua-dua isu ini sememangnya bermasalah sehingga disiasat/diambil tindakan oleh SPRM, PAC dan AG? Malah menjadi sumber berita di peringkat antarabangsa dan menjadi subjek siasatan badan berkuasa negara luar. Tepuk dada (perut) tanya selera (hati).

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            • 12. RINA  |  February 12, 2016 at 1:15 pm

              ..Malah menjadi sumber berita di peringkat antarabangsa dan menjadi subjek siasatan badan berkuasa negara luar….

              Alahai you ni pun kaki percaya bulat2 apa sja berita peringkat antarabangsa! Tak serik ke dengan apa si Bush dengan Blair tu kelentong dunia?

              Dah siasat pasai weapon of mass destruction apahal mereka tak siasat dari mana mai sumber berita tu? Bush dan Blair dok enjoy their life when millions are still dying due to their dirty schemes!

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          • 13. drinho  |  February 11, 2016 at 1:31 pm

            re: Pembangkang memainkan peranan besar dalam mengapi-apikan kebencian terhadap Najib, misalnya kempen lakaran badut.

            Rasanya rakyat lebih marah Najib dengan isu besar/berpanjangan seperti kenaikan kos hidup, GST, ekonomi merudum, skandal 1MDB & derma 2.6 bil berbanding dengan isu kecil/sementara seperti lakaran badut.

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            • 14. Helen Ang  |  February 11, 2016 at 5:28 pm

              Kesan kenaikan kos hidup turut dirasai oleh penduduk di negeri-negeri yang dikuasai Pakatan.

              Sewa atau rumah mampu milik adalah sebahagian besar kos sara hidup. Harga rumah di Pulau Pinang, misalnya, bukan ditentukan oleh kerajaan persekutuan. Ia dipengaruhi faktor-faktor tempatan.

              Begitu juga harga makanan, contohnya yang dijual di gerai dan warong.

              Perihal GST pula, bukannya kalau Pakatan berjaya memerintah di Putrajaya cukai ini akan ditarik balik. Kita sudah boleh lihat Pulau Pinang dan Selangor tidak juga memansuhkan caj di mana perjanjian tol ditandatangani syarikat lebuhraya dengan kerajaan negeri.

              Faktor-faktor yang menghimpit kehidupan awam adalah sama — tak kira sama ada ia BN atau Pakatan yang memegang tampuk kerajaan.

              Yang bezanya RBA jahat menghasut dan menanam rasa benci terhadap kerajaan BN menerusi tipu dan putar-belit mereka.

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              • 15. drinho  |  February 11, 2016 at 8:38 pm

                re: Kesan kenaikan kos hidup turut dirasai oleh penduduk di negeri-negeri yang dikuasai Pakatan.

                Tidak boleh dinafikan.

                re: Harga rumah di Pulau Pinang, misalnya, bukan ditentukan oleh kerajaan persekutuan. Ia dipengaruhi faktor-faktor tempatan.

                Harga rumah LEBIH dipengaruhi kerajaan persekutuan dan bukannya kerajaan negeri. Faktor seperti kadar faedah, jumlah pinjaman maksimum, cukai keuntungan harta tanah, duti pindah hak milik dsb adalah dibawah kerajaan persekutuan. Sama juga untuk lesen pemaju, permit jualan dsb.

                Kerajaan negeri hanya dapat mengawal pelan pembinaan, harga jualan rumah kos rendah, cukai tanah, cukai taksiran, premium tukar penggunaan tanah dsb. Cuba tanya mana-mana pemaju.

                re: harga makanan

                Faktor besar seperti GST, subsidi/harga petrol, elektrik, GST dsb adalah di bawah kuasa siapa?

                Perniagaan warong juga dipengaruhi faktor kerajaan negeri seperti lesen perniagaan, harga air, cukai premis dsb yang impaknya jauh lebih kecil. Cuba tanya mana-mana peniaga warong.

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                • 16. Helen Ang  |  February 11, 2016 at 9:20 pm

                  Jenis pembangunan yang diluluskan untuk tapak perumahan adalah di bawah kawalan kerajaan negeri.

                  Para pemaju di Pulau Pinang kini BFF dengan Ketua Menteri. Sebab tulah, pasca-2008 DAP mula dikenali sebagai Developers Action Party.

                  Industri pemaju hartanah amat lumayan di Pulau Pinang. Tabik DAP!

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                  • 17. drinho  |  February 12, 2016 at 9:03 am

                    re: Jenis pembangunan yang diluluskan untuk tapak perumahan adalah di bawah kawalan kerajaan negeri.

                    Betul. Tapi lesen untuk menjadi pemaju adalah kawalan kerajaan persekutuan. Tiada undang-undang untuk mengawal harga jualan rumah. Yang ada hanya harga rumah kos rendah di bawah kerajaan negeri. Sekiranya ikhlas untuk mengawal harga rumah, undang-undang sedemikian adalah di bawah kawalan kerajaan persekutuan.

                    http://www.sinarharian.com.my/nasional/kerajaan-tiada-kuasa-kawal-harga-rumah-1.332925

                    Mudah untuk kebanyakan orang membuat kesimpulan bahawa harga rumah mahal di Pinang kerana DAP adalah “Developers Action Party”. Namun mereka sekadar ‘arm chair critic’ tanpa memahami intipati isu yang mereka ketengahkan. Adakah mereka ini dari industri perumahan atau pembinaan?

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                    • 18. Helen Ang  |  February 12, 2016 at 9:35 am

                      re: “Adakah mereka ini dari industri perumahan atau pembinaan?”

                      Berapa kerat orang yang cukup modal untuk bergelar ‘pemaju’? 99 peratus daripada kita bukan berada seliga dengan YTL yang berupa big money capitalist.

                      Pokok pangkalnya krisis perumahan mampu milik yang paling ketara kesannya ke atas kehidupan rakyat marhaen berlaku di Pulau Pinang sejak kerajaan negeri diambil alih oleh DAP.

                      Yang semua orang nampak ialah betapa akrabnya hubungan pucuk pimpinan DAP dengan pemaju.

                      Yang DAP selama ini tidak menyokong supaya diwujudkan undang-undang supaya dana politik diisytiharkan dengan telus adalah kerana sumber derma yang diterima oleh parti evangelis itu adalah kelabu.

                    • 19. RINA  |  February 12, 2016 at 1:07 pm

                      ….Adakah mereka ini dari industri perumahan atau pembinaan?…

                      Tu la, asyik flipping bagai nak gila sampai perut buncit harga only warga2 asing spt Apek2 PRC aje mampu beli.. memang terasa la bila introduce langkah2 yg menyekat. Dah hangpa yang greedy2 semua cannot service or secure new loans, itu pun industri hartanah nak marah dgn Najib ke?

                    • 20. drinho  |  February 12, 2016 at 2:13 pm

                      re: Berapa kerat orang yang cukup modal untuk bergelar ‘pemaju’?

                      Adakah perlu untuk menjadi tauke pemaju untuk memahami industri perumahan atau pembinaan? Kalau seseorang itu makan gaji/bekerja di syarikat pemaju/kontraktor, adakah dia tidak boleh faham intipati industri perumahan?

                      re: Yang DAP selama ini tidak menyokong supaya diwujudkan undang-undang supaya dana politik diisytiharkan dengan telus adalah kerana sumber derma yang diterima oleh parti evangelis itu adalah kelabu.

                      Eh? Bukankah saya pernah komen isu ini? Undang2 dana politik adalah di bawah kuasa kerajaan persekutuan. Gubalan akta berkaitan adalah di bawah Parlimen di mana BN/Umno mempunyai majoriti mudah. Tidak perlu majoriti 2/3. Tak kira sama ada DAP sokong ataupun tidak, asalkan ia digubal dan diluluskan Parlimen maka ia adalah undang2 yang sah. Semua rakyat tertakluk kepadanya.

                      Cth Akta Hasutan. Parti pembangkang selama ini menentang. Adakah ini bermaksud kerajaan tidak boleh mendakwa ahli pembangkang untuk kesalahan hasutan hanya kerana mereka tidak menyokong.

                      Beban diletak kepada parti majoriti di Parlimen untuk mengubal undang2. Kalau kamu menyalahkan DAP kerana tidak menyokong undang2 dana politik, kamu sepatutnya lebih menyalahkan BN/Umno kerana tidak menggubal undang2 sedemikian walaupun memiliki majoriti.

                      Between the 2 evils vis-a-vis laws on political funding, DAP is the lesser evil than BN/Umno.

                    • 21. Helen Ang  |  February 12, 2016 at 3:07 pm

                      re: “Tak kira sama ada DAP sokong ataupun tidak, asalkan ia digubal dan diluluskan Parlimen maka ia adalah undang2 yang sah.”

                      Ya le. Tapi pada hakikatnya DAP tidak pernah menaruh minat terhadap undang-undang yang sedemikian meskipun parti itu kuat mencanangkan C.A.T – Accountability & Transparency. DAP cakap tak serupa bikin.

                      re: “Cth Akta Hasutan. Parti pembangkang selama ini menentang. Adakah ini bermaksud kerajaan tidak boleh mendakwa ahli pembangkang untuk kesalahan hasutan hanya kerana mereka tidak menyokong.”

                      Masih menunggu kerajaan mengemukakan dakwaan ke atas TMI berhubung fitnah portal tersebut terhadap Majlis Raja-Raja.

                      re: “Beban diletak kepada parti majoriti di Parlimen untuk mengubal undang2.”

                      Ada undang-undang pun tak pakai. Belum ada caj terhadap TMI lagi.

                      re: “Kalau kamu menyalahkan DAP kerana tidak menyokong undang2 dana politik, kamu sepatutnya lebih menyalahkan BN/Umno kerana tidak menggubal undang2 sedemikian walaupun memiliki majoriti.”

                      Bukan BN yang menggubah cogankata C.A.T.

                      re: “Between the 2 evils vis-a-vis laws on political funding, DAP is the lesser evil than BN/Umno.”

                      DAP is the greatest evil because they are dajjal, which if I’m not mistaken, belongs to the genus of syaitan.

                    • 22. drinho  |  February 12, 2016 at 11:19 pm

                      Rina,

                      re: memang terasa la bila introduce langkah2 yg menyekat.

                      Bagus you masuk sembang. Merujuk kepada “langkah2 yg menyekat” yang you sebut, sila perincikan kepada Helen seperti berikut:-

                      1. apakah langkah2 atau ‘cooling measures’ yang kerajaan perkenalkan untuk mengawal harga harta tanah yang semakin melambung;
                      2. siapakah yang memperkenalkan langkah2 tersebut? Kerajaan persekutuan atau kerajaan negeri.

                      Helen tidak yakin/percaya dengan hujah saya bahawa dasar Kerajaan persekutuan LEBIH mempengaruhi industri hartanah tempatan berbanding dengan dasar kerajaan negeri.

                    • 23. drinho  |  February 12, 2016 at 11:33 pm

                      re: DAP cakap tak serupa bikin

                      Ahli politik memang begitu. Sebab itu mereka dalam politik. Kalau memang cakap serupa bikin, itu bukan politik lah namanya.

                      re: CAT

                      Transparency. Cukuplah sekadar mengikut had undang2. Cth, dana sumbangan politik. Kalau ada undang2 pun, mengapa DAP perlu mengenakan standard ketelusan yang melebihi tuntutan undang2? Cukuplah sekadar ‘comply’. Inikan pula tiada undang2 sedemikian, mengapa DAP perlu transparent?

                      re: Masih menunggu kerajaan mengemukakan dakwaan ke atas TMI berhubung fitnah portal tersebut terhadap Majlis Raja-Raja.

                      You mau tunggu berapa lama lagi? Tak kan you masih tak sedar? Kes hasutan tidak memakan masa lama untuk kes di bawa ke mahkamah. Tak sampai 3-6 bulan dari tarikh kesalahan dilakukan sehingga ke tarikh pendakwaan. Kalau lebih lama, maksudnya tiada kes atau NFA. Sila google siapa Tong Kooi Ong dan bisnes apa yang dia pernah miliki dan sedang miliki. Kesian saya tengok you tunggu.

                      re: Bukan BN yang menggubah cogankata C.A.T.

                      Siapa yang ada majoriti di Parlimen? Bukankah BN juga ada slogan Bersih Cekap AMANAH? You sudah silap target vis-a-vis dana politik. Real test/burden is on the party with majority in Parliament. Not the party that created CAT slogan.

                      Mengapa you lebih rela menyalahkan DAP (CAT slogan) dalam isu dana politik dan tidak menyalahkan BN (majoriti di Parlimen)? Gajah di pelupuk mata tak tampak, semut di seberang lautan tampak. You are missing the bigger picture.

                    • 24. Helen Ang  |  February 13, 2016 at 12:50 am

                      re: “Kalau memang cakap serupa bikin, itu bukan politik lah namanya.”

                      Ramai di kalangan pembangkang menganggap pemimpin mereka suci macam Holy Water. Dan kalau pemimpin tersebut sebelum itu dianggap kotor (contohnya Anwar ketika beliau berada dalam Umno), individu terbabit akan disucikan – yakni, dimandikan dengan Holy Water – sebaik saja dia menyertai Barisan Pakatan.

                      Pihak pembangkang dan para penyokong mereka adalah hipokrit tegar.

                      re: “mengapa DAP perlu mengenakan standard ketelusan yang melebihi tuntutan undang … mengapa DAP perlu transparent?”

                      Sebab DAP berkempen atas landasan dirinya ‘Bersih’ berbanding Umno yang kotor. DAP yang sering menuduh Umno “rasuah”.

                      re: Masih menunggu kerajaan mengemukakan dakwaan ke atas TMI berhubung fitnah portal tersebut terhadap Majlis Raja-Raja.

                      re: “Kesian saya tengok you tunggu.”

                      Memang :( harapan yang sia-sia. Patut dan betul kalau Gani Patail disarakan awal-awal lagi.

                      re: “Bukankah BN juga ada slogan Bersih Cekap AMANAH?”

                      Tu zaman Tun. Dr Mahathir pemimpin Machiavellian, dua kali lima dengan DAP dari segi taktik.

                      re: “Not the party that created CAT slogan.”

                      BN used to get the Chinese funders via MCA. Now it is DAP who has the Chinese big money behind it. Umno and DAP should play chicken on this challenge of disclosure viz. political funding. Umno can always say “Arab donors”. Who will DAP name if compelled?

                      re: “Mengapa you lebih rela menyalahkan DAP (CAT slogan) dalam isu dana politik dan tidak menyalahkan BN (majoriti di Parlimen)?”

                      Sebab DAP dajjal.

                      re: “Gajah di pelupuk mata tak tampak”

                      Umno bukan gajah. Ia fat cat.

                      re: “semut di seberang lautan tampak”

                      Baik dan perlu dajjal DAP itu dikenali.

                      re: “You are missing the bigger picture.”

                      Big picture: Paling tidak apa complacent fat cat vs dajjal-syaitan.

                    • 25. RINA  |  February 13, 2016 at 12:54 pm

                      drinho
                      http://www.forbes.com/sites/kenrapoza/2015/07/20/what-will-become-of-chinas-ghost-cities/#3d7a16df751b

                      Four years ago my sista wanted to buy a property in Penang.. Haiya, she was grumbling, payah nak dapat even a unit, all snapped up! Everywhere “SOLD”. Told me her Apek staff even secured 5units, siap one for each of his kids.

                      So sekarang apa problems developers yang you dok kalut ni? Sudah talak pembeli ke? Dulu kami mau beli pun talak kasi. Manyak sombong.

                      Apasal sikalang tiba2 mau malah sama Najib pula?

                    • 26. drinho  |  February 15, 2016 at 6:38 pm

                      re: Sebab DAP berkempen atas landasan dirinya ‘Bersih’ berbanding Umno yang kotor. DAP yang sering menuduh Umno “rasuah”.

                      Adakah masih wujud istilah rasuah? Selepas kes derma Najib, semua pemberi rasuah dan penerima suapan boleh melabel wang sebagai derma politik.

                      re: Patut dan betul kalau Gani Patail disarakan awal-awal lagi

                      Pemegang jawatan datang and pergi. Tapi pejabat AG masih ada. Kalau AG baru Apandi boleh melepaskan pendakwaan hasutan terhadap Azmi dan Teresa Kok serta tidak mendakwa Najib untuk derma 2.6 bil, mengapa dia tidak melihat semula kes hasutan TMI terhadap MRR?

                      re: Who will DAP name if compelled?

                      Why bother to reveal names in the absence of any laws? Najib didn’t reveal until exposed by WSJ. Burden is on the party with majority in Parliament to enact laws. Not on the party that shouted CAT slogans. After all, CAT is limited to DAP Penang due to its dominance there. Not DAP National or the Selangor or Kelantan Governments. How do you expect DAP Pinang (with its limited no. of MPs) to enact laws on political donation?

                    • 27. Helen Ang  |  February 15, 2016 at 7:11 pm

                      “Adakah masih wujud istilah rasuah? Selepas kes derma Najib, semua pemberi rasuah dan penerima suapan boleh melabel wang sebagai derma politik.”

                      Tidak dibuktikan bahawa ada terdapat apa-apa unsur ‘rasuah’ berhubungkait dengan derma yang diterima Najib.

                      Seterusnya, penjawat am yang disuap adalah jelas perkara lain dan asing. Penjawat am bukan ahli politik, dan maka dengan itu imbuhan yang diterimanya tidak boleh diistilahkan sebagai ‘derma politik’.

                      NGO-NGO pembangkang, umpamanya Bersih, mengambil sumbangan wang daripada yayasan Amerika Syarikat. Ini satu bentuk ‘derma’ juga.

                      re: “mengapa dia tidak melihat semula kes hasutan TMI terhadap MRR?”

                      Harap-harap begitulah.

                      re: “Who will DAP name if compelled?” / “Why bother to reveal names in the absence of any laws?”

                      Ditto. There is an absence of law to make Najib name his Saudi donor.

                      re: “CAT is limited to DAP Penang due to its dominance there. Not DAP National or the Selangor”

                      I agree. DAP Selangor is neither accountable nor transparent. In fact, the MACC was investigating half a dozen DAP Aduns – including Hannah Yeoh – until TBH’s sudden death threw everything into disarray.

                      re: “How do you expect DAP Pinang (with its limited no. of MPs) to enact laws on political donation?”

                      Can, if they really want. Like Hadi Awang tabling a private member’s bill on hudud, on behalf of the Kelantan state government.

                    • 28. drinho  |  February 16, 2016 at 9:22 am

                      re: Tidak dibuktikan bahawa ada terdapat apa-apa unsur ‘rasuah’ berhubungkait dengan derma yang diterima Najib.

                      Sebab itu, SPRM menyarankan pendakwaan di bawah salah guna atau pecah amanah dan bukannya rasuah. Memang susah nak bukti elemen rasuah. Sebab itu, mulai sekarang semua orang boleh guna alasan ‘derma politik’ ataupun ‘derma’ dalam bentuk lain.

                      re: Penjawat am

                      Adakah jawatan PM itu bukan ‘penjawat am’?

                      re: NGO-NGO pembangkang, umpamanya Bersih

                      Adakah duit itu masuk akaun peribadi pemimpin NGO/parti pembangkang berkenaan? Adakah duit yang tidak digunakan dipulangkan kepada penderma?

                      re: Harap-harap begitulah.

                      Ok lah. Kalau itu macam, nampak gaya you kena tunggu la lagi.

                      re: Ditto. There is an absence of law to make Najib name his Saudi donor.

                      Of course. Even new Umno info chief Annuar Musa said RM2.6 bil donation is not enough for election. Looks like more donation is required.

                      re: Hadi Awang tabling a private member’s bill on hudud

                      What is the progress of this bill? Husam Musa is already seeking explanation due to its long delay (or lack of progress) to the extend of being hauled up to the PAS disciplinary committee for criticising Hadi. Latest progress, Deputy Minister Asyraf Wajdi said hudud is not suitable.

                      http://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/nation/2016/02/14/govt-man-nows-not-time-for-hudud/

                      How many Private Member’s Bill that you have seen being debated and pass in Parliament?

                      Case in point, DAP did try to implement local council election in Penang and brought the case all the way up to Federal Court but failed. What else DAP can do? Another Private Member’s Bill which will eventually end up futile like Hadi’s?

                    • 29. Helen Ang  |  February 16, 2016 at 9:54 am

                      re: “Sebab itu, SPRM menyarankan pendakwaan di bawah salah guna atau pecah amanah dan bukannya rasuah.”

                      The contribution received was a ‘donation’. There is no CBT.

                      re: “Sebab itu, mulai sekarang semua orang boleh guna alasan ‘derma politik’ ataupun ‘derma’ dalam bentuk lain.”

                      Only if the recipient is a ‘politician’. If you bribe a traffic cop, that’s not political funding.

                      re: “Adakah jawatan PM itu bukan ‘penjawat am’?”

                      No. He’s not.

                      A ‘public servant’ is defined under the Penal Code, Section 21, which says —

                      “The words “public servant” denote a person falling under any of the descriptions hereinafter following: (a) … to (j) …

                      Persons falling under any of the above descriptions are public servants, whether appointed by the Government or not.

                      Whenever the words “public servant” occur, they shall be understood of every person who is in actual possession of the situation of a public servant, whatever legal defect there may be in his right to hold that situation.

                      The job of PM does not fall within the descriptions (a) to (j).

                      re: “Adakah duit itu masuk akaun peribadi pemimpin NGO/parti pembangkang berkenaan? Adakah duit yang tidak digunakan dipulangkan kepada penderma?”

                      Did Bersih return their millions to the Yellow Shirts who donated?

                      re: “Kalau itu macam, nampak gaya you kena tunggu la lagi.”

                      Sabar itu separuh daripada iman.

                      re: “Looks like more donation is required.”

                      Hahaha. Tun Mahathir claimed he spent less than RM50 million to win five general elections, i.e. one election under Tun only cost the BN RM10m. Tun pandai kelentong, kan?

                      http://english.astroawani.com/malaysia-news/i-spent-less-rm50-million-win-five-general-elections-tun-m-69179

                      re: “How many Private Member’s Bill that you have seen being debated and pass in Parliament?”

                      You can check the official Parliament website listing to see whether Sungai Siput MP Dr Jeyakumar’s private bill on “Social Inclusion” was debated or not.

                      re: “DAP did try to implement local council election in Penang and brought the case all the way up to Federal Court but failed. What else DAP can do?”

                      On a separate and unrelated matter, DAP can try being less slanderous.

                      re: “Another Private Member’s Bill which will eventually end up futile like Hadi’s?”

                      Hadi’s bill is still going through the process. You can’t say for sure until there’s some sort of formal rejection by the Speaker.

                    • 30. drinho  |  February 16, 2016 at 10:20 am

                      re: There is no CBT.

                      a) Donation deposited into personal account and not Umno’s party account.
                      b) Donation not reflected in Umno’s financial statement.
                      c) Receipt and refund of donation not endorsed by the Supreme Council of Umno (evidenced by the lack of knowledge by Muhyiddin, he was the deputy president back then).

                      re: Only if the recipient is a ‘politician’

                      Did I not say ‘derma dalam bentuk lain’. I mean other than political purpose. Najib’s donation is meant for BN to win the GE13. This is actually a consideration for receiving the donation, yet AG said no proof wrong doing. Next time, you can ‘donate’ to a traffic police not to give you a saman. The act of not giving you a saman does not amount to consideration that will render your donation as a form of bribery. Anyone can ‘give and receive donation’ not necessarily in political funding form as the element of consideration is no longer relevant.

                      re: Did Bersih return their millions to the Yellow Shirts who donated?

                      What for? Giver never expect their donation to be refunded in the event of non-utilisation. When you donate to a charity, do you demand refund for the unutilised portion?

                      re: Hadi’s bill is still going through the process. You can’t say for sure until there’s some sort of formal rejection by the Speaker.

                      No progress means rejection la. Paham-paham saja la. Together with the latest statement from Asyraf Wajdi. Bear in mind, Kelantan wanted to implement hudud way back in 1993. Already 23 years. Even Nik Aziz had died.

                      re: Can, if they really want.

                      What for? If you know well your private member’s bill is going to be futile, why bother filing it? It will cause you embarrassment. Hadi now is embarrassed. The support given by Umno Kelantan in DUN did not translate into similar support by Umno National in Parliament.

                    • 31. Helen Ang  |  February 16, 2016 at 1:34 pm

                      re: “Donation deposited into personal account and not Umno’s party account.”

                      Neither was all the money channelled to Dr Mahathir when he was Umno president. But tradition aside, it’s possible that just as there is no law as yet to cover political funding, similarly there is/could be at present a lacuna in Umno’s written protocols wrt this element of sourcing funds for the party.

                      re: “Next time, you can ‘donate’ to a traffic police not to give you a saman. The act of not giving you a saman does not amount to consideration that will render your donation as a form of bribery.”

                      No lah. You’re stretching it. I think we have to acknowledge realpolitik that political donations are a grey area even in the developed countries.

                      re: “What for? Giver never expect their donation to be refunded in the event of non-utilisation. When you donate to a charity, do you demand refund for the unutilised portion?”

                      So they’re not that Bersih after all.

                      re: “No progress means rejection la. Paham-paham saja la. Together with the latest statement from Asyraf Wajdi. Bear in mind, Kelantan wanted to implement hudud way back in 1993. Already 23 years. Even Nik Aziz had died.”

                      To ‘counter’ Asyraf Wajdi, the timing might be more opportune in the future when the Muslim population of Malaysia reaches 85-90 percent.

                      re: “Hadi now is embarrassed. The support given by Umno Kelantan in DUN did not translate into similar support by Umno National in Parliament.”

                      It was put to the show of hands in Kelantan. It is yet to be voted on in Dewan Rakyat.

                      And you shouldn’t presume to speak for the PAS president as in “Hadi now is embarrassed”. Rephrasing – ‘It is (seems to be) causing some embarrassment to Hadi’ – would be less third person speaker/narrator omniscient.

      • 32. Anon  |  February 14, 2016 at 9:39 am

        Not sure Najib will win the battle, more so the war, Helen.

        The RM2.6 billion and he 1MDB will not go away as easily as hoped. The PPO (2 organizations) are asking AG Apandi to review his decision, former AG Abu Talib Othman – Apandi’s boss for 10 years in AGC before) has come out with stinging comments and replies to Apandi’s statements.

        The Swiss AG is investigating on the Swiss bank accounts believed linked to 1MDB and Spore has frozen bank accounts that are related to 1MDB there.

        The Auditor General has apparently been grappling with how to conclude with the so many loose ends, investigations not yet ended, how to treat matters like the frozen bank accounts. The Final Report has been postponed from end of last year to January and now to end February.

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        • 33. Helen Ang  |  February 14, 2016 at 12:09 pm

          Dear Anon,

          I’d appreciate if you could, in future, pls use a moniker. I’m taking Datuk Kadir and Datuk Ahiruddin aka Rocky’s cue on requiring that commenters have a ‘name’.

          (1) “The RM2.6 billion will not go away as easily as hoped”

          Needless to say, the opposition will continue to harp on it until GE14 and beyond, like how they would not let go of Dr Chua’s sex tape.

          Pro-establishment people, however, are willing to move on in light of the opposition – particularly DAP and PKR – receiving mega ‘donations’ too, as well as funding from abroad.

          (2) “1MDB will not go away as easily as hoped”

          Under Arul Kanda and the ‘rationalization’ plan, the issue is dying down. Although there are still outstanding details yet to be cleared up, nobody believes wholesale anymore Tun Mahathir’s version that RM42 billion “disappeared” into thin air.

          re: “The PPO (2 organizations) are asking AG Apandi to review his decision”

          They can ask but the AG’s office is very powerful.

          Former de facto Law Minister Zaid Ibrahim has complained that the AG is, arguably, among the most powerful individuals in the country. When Zaid was in the Cabinet, he was interested/concerned about pruning the AG’s powers.

          re: “former AG Abu Talib Othman – Apandi’s boss for 10 years in AGC before) has come out with stinging comments and replies to Apandi’s statements”

          Operative word, “former”. Like how Tun is the ‘former’ premier while Najib is the sitting PM, and we’ve seen how their power play has shaped up. Real power is vested in the incumbent. Abu Talib may criticize loudly from the sidelines. Apandi can shrug it off.

          re: “The Swiss AG is investigating on the Swiss bank accounts believed linked to 1MDB”

          Swiss AG has issued statement that Najib is not under investigation.

          re: “and Spore has frozen bank accounts that are related to 1MDB there”

          The account of a “private banker” (he’s Singaporean?) has been frozen. His name, according to news reports, is Yak Yew Chee. The money in YYC’s a/c is presumbly his (YYC’s) own cash. He is not a member of the 1MDB board of directors.

          re: “The Auditor General has apparently been grappling with how to conclude with the so many loose ends”

          Why don’t you wait to read his report (if made public), rather than making your own assumptions.

          re: “investigations not yet ended”

          PAC appears to be wrapping up.

          re: “how to treat matters like the frozen bank accounts”

          The frozen account, apparently, belongs to a “private banker” who to all intents and purposes is a Singaporean. Which other account has been frozen and where?

          re: “The Final Report has been postponed from end of last year to January and now to end February.”

          The DAP’s controversial party election was held in December 2012, where Zairil Khir Johari was given a boost into the Top 20 (qualifying him as elected exco) due to a supposed “technical glitch” in the Excel spreadsheet.

          It’s been 3-and-1/2 years and the ROS is still not satisfied that the anomaly (or cheating) in the DAP election 2012 has been properly remedied.

          If the oppo supporters do not make a fuss about the DAP ‘final’ report on Excel error and its closure, I do not see why gomen supporters might want to tear their hair out if the 1MDB report is postponed from December 2015 to February or March (or later) 2016.

          In fact, PAC looks about to file its report. It is the oppo that doesn’t want PAC to bookend the matter and instead wants PAC to drag it on further.

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  • 34. ahbokbakar  |  February 6, 2016 at 4:52 pm

    It is your right to get wet

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  • 35. nurul afifah  |  February 6, 2016 at 4:52 pm

    you’re being biased choosing the comments in FB to condem tun mahathir? for what?? you moron. be my guest to check my FB profile and i want to see how would judge me as a people.my fb profile nurul afifah. and i can assure you it’s not fake.

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    • 36. rockdude  |  February 6, 2016 at 7:11 pm

      your link please

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    • 37. Zack  |  February 6, 2016 at 7:26 pm

      Kenapa marah-marah ni makcik? Apa yang biasnya?

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  • 38. CikKiah57  |  February 6, 2016 at 6:55 pm

    Penting sangat ke Tun takda peminat or ramai peminat………????
    Tun M akan jadi CALON DALAM PRU14 ke……?????

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  • 39. grkumar  |  February 6, 2016 at 7:15 pm

    I think Dr. Mahathir is aware now that inspite of all the achievement of his, he is still vulnerable. There are skeletons in his closet as some say, but members of his extended family are not as close and loyal to him as one would expect. He no longer has the power that once gripped the nation and a people who did his every bidding.

    Many of the corporate titans who once were at his feet no longer feel that sense of loyalty towards him especially under fire. Easy come easy go.

    He is under considerable pressure in the ring so to speak with a formidable foe in Najib. TDM has unfortunately polarized the Malays like no one has before. Najib’s task is to keep them together come what may and he may well achieve that objective.

    Mahathir’s children beginning with his imbeccile of a daughter Marina whose only claim to fame is being Mahathir’s daughter have let him down by being Mahathir’s children instead of being themselves.

    What the opposition in nearly 20 years were unable to do to him (destroy his credibility), he has now achieved himself with the aid of his children.

    Sad

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    • 40. What Is This  |  February 6, 2016 at 8:02 pm

      “When a person leaves, the tea gets cold”

      The tea here refers to power. Some people just don’t get it. They are no longer in office, yet they still think they hold sway over people. They put certain people in positions so that they can wield power from behind the scenes. The man has had his time. It is better that he stops his charade before someone, some people tell him that ‘the tea has gone cold’ and therefore the time has come to make a new cup of ‘tea’. As far as achievements go, he has nothing to show for despite serving as PM for over 20 years. What legacy ? Islamization of Malaysia through Anwar Ibrahim, privatization of public assets enriching his cronies, a broken higher educational system producing worthless graduates through PTPTN that allowed below average kids to enter university, the list goes on. A total failure.

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      • 41. grkumar  |  February 6, 2016 at 8:37 pm

        As to your criticisms of his achievements I beg to differ. The education system is broke because parents throw money at tertiary and secondary education they earn through the two parent working affordability of sending children to the UK, US and Australia where they willingly accept students as long as they have the money to get in.

        Education begins and ends at home. The academic orientation, the new rich buy for their kids they believe educates them. Wrong.
        As for the tea getting cold I like the analogy and see it has some application to the situation with Dr. Mahathir. To deny he had done anything in 20 years is plain idiocy driven by hatred and not the facts.

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        • 42. Keris  |  February 11, 2016 at 11:32 am

          Muslim education, natural sciences and religious wise, have been derailed in the 20th century by significantly wayward interpretations of the scriptures and politically-motivated propaganda.

          Sufi Sheikh Abdul Aziz Fredericks:
          “Educating Children: Classical advice for modern times.”

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          • 43. grkumar  |  February 11, 2016 at 8:30 pm

            Which branch of Islam do you or your source refer to? Tort, contracts, alimony, maintenance, equity and trusts as well as the prerogative of mercy are but few of the areas of law we have adopted over the centuries that were handed to the west by Islam. These are legal concepts derived from early Islamic jurisprudence.

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            • 44. Keris  |  February 12, 2016 at 10:10 am

              Sir, I subscribe to the classical creed that has been established in the Nusantara for centuries (before the religio-political upheavals of the last 100 years) as stated herein:

              In the Name of Allah Most Compassionate & Merciful
              Salutations be upon Master Muhammad, sent as a mercy to the worlds, light upon light, key to the door of felicities, and upon his family, and companions – peace and blessings to all.

              http://muslimcanada.org/creed_haddad.html

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              • 45. grkumar  |  February 12, 2016 at 11:46 am

                Peace to you too bro. But what is peace?

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                • 46. Keris  |  February 12, 2016 at 3:55 pm

                  Chiefly, self-knowledge and the love of the All-Merciful and serving humanity.

                  From `Umar r.a.: The Messenger of Allah s.a.w. said: “There are people among the servants of Allah who are neither prophets nor martyrs; yet the prophets and martyrs will admire them on the Day of Resurrection as to their rank before Allah Most High.” Some people asked: “Tell us, Messenger of Allah, who are they?” He replied: “They are those who love one another in the spirit of Allah, although there is no mutual kinship nor exchange of property between them. I swear by Allah, their faces will glow and they will be immersed in light. They will have no fear when other souls will fear, and they will not grieve when other souls will grieve. He then recited the Qur’anic verse: “Behold! Indeed, for the friends of Allah: no fear is upon them, neither shall they grieve.”
                  (Abu Dawud 3520)

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        • 47. Kung  |  February 11, 2016 at 5:52 pm

          Actually, that is quite true among the Chinese nowadays, even with the reasoning that too few places in tertiary are available for non-bumis. Education is primarily to make money and more of materialistic life where possible.
          How many families in Penang for example, study and teach the children Tao Te Ching? If you are Chinese then you ought to know this great heritage of religious philosophy.

          [Chap. 33]
          Knowing others is wisdom;
          Knowing the self is enlightenment.
          Mastering others requires force;
          Mastering the self requires strength;
          He who knows he has enough is rich.
          Perseverance is a sign of will power.
          He who stays where he is endures.
          To die but not to perish is to be eternally present.

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          • 48. grkumar  |  February 11, 2016 at 8:27 pm

            To be rich is glorious!!

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            • 49. What Is This  |  February 12, 2016 at 9:19 am

              When Deng said that, he meant that only a select few would be accorded such a luxury. He was way ahead of time. In today’s words, it is the 1 Per Cent people. The rest will continue to stay in their station in life, working, making money, spend the money, in the process making the rich richer. That is how the world works.
              To Kung,
              Chinese people are pragmatic. Education is social mobility, thus resulting in the paper craze we are witnessing today. People want an easy life, the big money, the big toys, that’s what most people want in life. Introspection is not on the agenda, the pursuit of worldly pleasure is.
              He who does not know his heritage is one who has no memory of his past. Happy Chinese New Year.

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              • 50. Kung  |  February 12, 2016 at 11:16 am

                Pragmatism is good. It gives us initiative to do things and creativity. But if we allow the world to loom big in our hearts, then we will lose the important contemplative spirit. And the Chinese sages always warn against that danger.
                Wishing you and your families a happy and fruitful New Year too.

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                • 51. Abdullah  |  February 14, 2016 at 3:58 pm

                  Al-hafiz al-Suyuti relates in Ta’yid al-haqiqa al-`aliyya that Imam al-Shafi`i said:
                  “I accompanied the Sufis and received from them but three words: 1) their statement that time is a sword: if you do not cut it, it will cut you; 2) their statement that if you do not keep your ego busy with truth it will keep you busy with falsehoods; 3) their assertion that deprivation (from material world) is immunity (from sinfulness).

                  The muhaddith al-`Ajluni also relates that Imam Shafi`i said:
                  “Three things in this world have been made lovely to me: 1) avoiding pretension, 2) treating people with kindness, and 3) following the way of tasawwuf (the disciplines of the sages).”

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                  • 52. Keris  |  February 15, 2016 at 8:33 am

                    As to how we should deal with “time” Imam al-Shafi’i is known to have commented about the Quranic surah Al-Asr (Time): “If people will contemplate the meaning of this surah, it should suffice them as guidance towards righteousness.”

                    In the Name of Allah, All-Compassionate & Merciful
                    “By (the passage of) Time, man is in a state of loss; except for those who have faith and do good deeds; and who mutually enjoin one another towards truth and patient equanimity.”

                    It has been reported that whenever any two companions of the Prophet (s.a.w.) met with each other, they never parted ways without first reciting surah Al-’Asr as a reminder before wishing salaams to each other.

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                    • 53. Helen Ang  |  February 15, 2016 at 8:47 am

                      re: “towards truth and patient equanimity”

                      DAP are dajjal. The dajjal is the Great Deceiver. It is full of lies.

                      Dapsters are aggressive, foul-mouthed and abusive … far from “patient equanimity”

                    • 54. Akim  |  February 15, 2016 at 9:07 am

                      Agree that DAP is the Dajjal. But I’m concerned about others who may have so much power that they tend to use it indiscriminately.

                      Overseas, US and the Iraq War is one clear example, causing havoc and untold miseries that linger until now where innocent Iraqi and Syrian locals and refugees suffer endlessly.

                      At home in Malaysia there appears to be the same trend. Gani Pattail was removed from his post without any Tribunal or any form of disciplinary proceeding that the normal senior civil servant gets under long-standing rules and regulations. What more an Attorney General whose post is specifically stated in the Constitution. Sudden and summary dismissal even without a doctor’s certification that his kidney problem does not enable him to perform his duties.

                    • 55. Keris  |  February 15, 2016 at 7:42 pm

                      Certainly, no person is immune from the failing of conceit, greed and back-biting. The most worthwhile jihad is in eradicating such blameworthy tendencies in ourselves by means of spiritual discipline.
                      However, it is singularly important to note that to be a Muslim, having faith and doing good are mutually coupled – as it says in the surah of “Time”. And in many other verses as well:

                      “If you associate others with Allah, (then) surely all your deeds will be rendered vain, and you will certainly be among the losers.” (Quran 39:65)

                      “Those who believe and do good works, their Lord guides them by means of their faith. Rivers will flow beneath them in the Gardens of Paradise.” (Quran 10:9)

                      “Those who believed and did good works, We shall blot out their transgressions and shall reward them according to the best of their past deeds.” (Quran 29:7)

                      This Quranic affirmation is a vindication of the disciples of Jesus the Messiah who never departed from the unitarian understanding of Yahweh Lord Most High, and His injunctions upon those who would believe truly. Namely, true faith must be accompanied by good works.

                      We read in James, 2:14-18:

                      14. “What good is it, my brothers, if a man claims to have faith but has no deeds? Can such faith save him?
                      15. Suppose a brother or sister is without clothes and daily food.
                      16. If one of you says to him, “Go, I wish you well; keep warm and well fed,” but does nothing about his physical needs, what good is it?
                      17. In the same way, faith by itself, if it is not accompanied by action, is dead.
                      18. But someone will say, “You have faith; I have deeds.” Show me your faith without deeds, and I will show you my faith by what I do.” (James 2:14-18)

                      But that is not what Paul of Tarsus taught, as history bears witness. And to this day many people are being persuaded that pointed belief in the power of the sacrificial blood of Jesus’ crucifixion alone, will save their souls from the damnation of their ignorant willfulness and sinful indulgences. And Allah Most Wise sees all things.

                      Bismillahir Rahmanir Rahim

              • 56. grkumar  |  February 12, 2016 at 11:48 am

                And the vast majority to subscribe to and work towards acquisition of those things you mention here are Chinese. So where is the pragmatism? what is so pragmatic about devouring the world’s resources including all its animal and plant life without regard for the environment or the future?

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                • 57. Helen Ang  |  February 12, 2016 at 3:14 pm

                  re: “devouring the world’s resources including all its animal life”

                  So true. Pity the wildlife, exotic and near extinct animals as well as dogs even that meet the Chinese and his bizarre appetite.

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                  • 58. grkumar  |  February 25, 2016 at 8:30 pm

                    To a large extent we are all responsible for it. No one says anything about the breeding of cattle in captivity for white mans meat on the dinner table. They laugh at Hindus for considering animals sacred. Yet they are prepared to ue the most vile language to describe the Chinese preference for monkey, cats and dogs. Thats just because they tend to treat their dogs and cats as substitutes for children,

                    But it all goes further than these superficial criticisms of the Chinese. The Chinese are nothing more than our mirror neurons in action on steroids. We in truth worship everything the Chinese have acquired and achieved in a few decades. Given half the opportunity we would all at some stage like to be like them. Mistresses, second homes,cars furs and all.

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                • 59. What Is This  |  February 12, 2016 at 7:19 pm

                  India is starting to take off economically. With China now shedding labour intensive industries and making the transition to services, all those polluting industries will have to find a new home. They need only to look at India with 1.25 billion people, a vast pool of cheap labor. Then as Indians get wealthier they will consume more. By the time India matches China’s consumption, we will see who is the biggest evil in town. Devouring the world’s resources you say ? Before you aim your cheap shot at China and Chinese people, and when I say Chinese people, better look at your India and Indians. And pragmatic people do not resort to suicide bombings or calling for the heads of people who do not disagree with their views, which is what a certain group of people nowadays are doing with regular frequency.

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                  • 60. grkumar  |  February 13, 2016 at 12:34 am

                    Oooohh a bit touchy now are we? cheap shot? it was France in 1997 that approached the late PM Lee Kuan Yew to try to get the Chinese to control their consumption as it was hurting the price and availability of resources.

                    Let the Indians do what they want to do. Thats their business. We are talking the Chinese here. In any event when did the morals of the Chinese derive from any of the conduct of the Indians (good or bad)? Suicide bombings? beheadings? read the article we wrote about the death of a thousand cuts.

                    Pragmatic people resort to public executions in large stadiums, disappearances, Tien An Mein square tank attacks and arbitrary arrests and kicking to death as they have done in Tibet and in Urumqui.

                    The Indians have already been consuming and polluting their backyard for nearly a century now. How does that justify what the Chinese have been doing?

                    The biggest polluters by their own admission are the US. So no need to fight over that title. The crown is already claimed by the worst.

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              • 61. HY  |  February 12, 2016 at 4:50 pm

                I think deng said common prosperity. communist use term with great cautious. I feel horrible when people claim chinese is pragmatic, it imply end justify means. n i am not sure if chinese really devour the world resources, per capita base.

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  • 62. norman fernandez  |  February 6, 2016 at 7:16 pm

    Life of Annie has been exposed as being operated by a former Malay Male NST Journalist who has been removed from the company. Claims (s)he is Chinese, Woman (My arse)

    What a fraud he has been fooling the Malays particularly the Haji from Alor Gajah who calls him Adinda.

    We all know his name as ******. *******

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    • 63. hassan said  |  February 6, 2016 at 10:54 pm

      i geli already with annie

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    • 64. Setem  |  February 6, 2016 at 11:24 pm

      Who exposed Annie? Any link?

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  • 65. RINA  |  February 6, 2016 at 8:33 pm

    I am a big fan of TDM but am disappointed of the ways he is going about today. 22yrs as PM Malaysia dah cara dia attack Najib is taking him down to the level Mat Sabu..rasa tak selesa la. What a shame.

    I am not a fan of Najib. Tapi all these attacks on “corrupt” funds being deposited direct into his personal accounts memang tak masuk akal. (Masuk dalam akaun Bank dalam Malaysia pulak tu).

    Being in politics for years, a PM and a Finance Minister only a “bahalol” will do what he is being hotly “accused” of doing. Yang nak tergelak tu DAP. Dulu hegeh2 dengan Anwar dan Arwah Nik Aziz, sekarang hegeh2 dengan TDM pula. Sendirian macam takleh hidup!

    Please la….find some other more convincing excuses to smear Najib’s reputation kalau la nak sangat2 jatuhkan dia.

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    • 66. jawab  |  February 15, 2016 at 2:31 pm

      Najib n geng sendiri salah, cakap pusing keliling. Bila dolak-dalik, orang syak kita tak jujur. Ini persepsi.
      Tapi masalah besar BN : pusing satu Msia, kat kampung pun, semua cakap barang mahal. Melayu pun dah mula marah. Ini realiti.
      BN had many chances since merdeka to create a more transparent governance system, but failed. Instead TDM made the PM post very powerful, hence his futile attempt to oust Najib. I doubt the opposition will amend it either if they win GE.

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  • 67. siri  |  February 6, 2016 at 8:44 pm

    Grkumar
    Re :Najib’s task is to keep them together come what may and he may well achieve that objective.
    He is entice with power but not that brainy enough otherwise he will let loose himself and all this while everything come easy to him ever since his father demise.

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  • 68. RINA  |  February 6, 2016 at 11:18 pm

    My Apek jiran was excitedly relating his CNY shopping experience at one new Megamall last Friday. Dah lupa nama.

    Told me he felt as if he is “Micheal Jackson”…whenever MJ went shopping he wld have the whole place for himself. According to my Apek Jiran, the whole floor was almost empty except for him and his wife!!

    Anyway, to Helen and all the Apeks here,
    “wishing you a very happy and prosperous New Year”.

    I am a Malay but each CNY my kids are the happiest.. dah jadi tradition, akan dapat Angpow packets dari Apek2 jiran sini.

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    • 69. Cina  |  February 7, 2016 at 10:50 am

      Why fucking Melayu want to take angpao from pendatangs?

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      • 70. RINA  |  February 7, 2016 at 4:46 pm

        Itu la sikit2 kita belajar memahami budaya masing2. Hari raya kita buat open house jemput semua. Nak bagi duit raya tak perlu minta nak tengok IC, tak kira anak2 Bumiputra, keturunan pendatang atau PATI semua sure dapat wan. Kenduri kawin pun kita jemput mereka.

        Jadi CNY depa bagi buah kat kita, angpow kat anak2 kita sama2 la rasa budaya masing2. Alahai… My Amah is a Chinese, tiap CNY dia pun mesti kasi angpow sama anak2 saya ma…

        Cina,
        Kamu ni kolot la. Baru mai Malaysia ke? Tak pernah bercampoq dengan bangsa lain ke? Four of my siblings product of SJKC, sejak zaman pak kaduk lagi kalau Hari Raya rumah parents kami penuh dengan classmates, cikgu dan guru2 besaq depa, mesti mai wan.

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        • 71. islam1st  |  February 7, 2016 at 10:56 pm

          Cina baru sampai semalam dengan tongkang!

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  • 72. kampong lad  |  February 7, 2016 at 11:10 am

    orang kampong DAH tau LAMA DAH yg bapak penswastaan buat banyak benda2 negatif dari positif. mengapa bapak transformasi tidak perbetulkan benda2 yg bengkok? contoh; ipp (kenapa masih ujud, cuma tukar tokey) & separation of power. kuasa ada kat dia.

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  • 73. Anon  |  February 14, 2016 at 8:36 am

    2 questions for Helen – your opinion, pls:

    1. Why is there a tendency, even among the apparently well-educated and knowledgeable people, to lump all Pro-Tuns as DAPsters, RBA, etc?

    2. What do you think of the GKCM now that Tun Dr Mahathir has become their patron and called for those concerned in all states to activate GKCM?

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    • 74. Helen Ang  |  February 14, 2016 at 12:30 pm

      re: “Why is there a tendency, even among the apparently well-educated and knowledgeable people, to lump all Pro-Tuns as DAPsters, RBA, etc?”

      Because the RBA are now expediently masquerading as Protuns, such as RBA ‘Cik Kiah’ masquerading as a Malay Muslim to slag Tabung Haji in almost ‘all’ the Malay blogs. See how RBA Mister Alphabet Soup pretend to be a Protun.

      Note: This fella – below – who commented in my blog under the name ‘zofreis’, in Annie’s blog as ‘mdzfrs’ and in Rocky’s and other alpha blogs under different pseudonyms is pretending to be who he’s not and he lies all the time.

      Screenshot from lifeofaannie.blogspot.my Feb 2016 reader comment to article ‘Annie now DAP cybertrooper, yea right’

      ‘zofreis’ claimed in my blog that he’s never commented in Annie’s blog about me, which is not true since the zofreis comments here and the ‘mdzfrs’ comments in Annie’s blog are identical.

      zofreis claimed in my blog that his father was posted to (teach presumably) in ITM Dungun for three years and thus he (zofreis) has lived in Terengganu three years or more. Yet ‘Rusila’ (Hadi Awang’s fortress) didn’t ring a bell at all with the RBA-faking-as-Malay.

      When I remarked something about ‘Rusila’, zofreis misread the word (place name) as “Russia”.

      re: “What do you think of the GKCM now that Tun Dr Mahathir has become their patron and called for those concerned in all states to activate GKCM?”

      It is not Najib that wants to topple Tun from his posts, e.g. Proton advisor and other honorary positions. It is Tun that wants to topple Najib as Umno president.

      If Tun agrees to be the patron of the “shit stirrers” (Ku Nan’s description), then it’s very clear who has been incessantly attacking whom, and who was first to declare war on whom.

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  • 75. kampong lad  |  February 15, 2016 at 7:40 pm

    “shit stirrers” – dia nak jadi bapak kot?

    O mankind! If you are in doubt about the Resurrection, then verily! We have created you from dust (ie Adam), then from a nutfah (a mixture of male and female discharge), then from a thing which clings, then from a lump of flesh, some formed and some unformed, that We make it clear to you. And We cause whom We will to remain in the wombs for an appointed term, then We bring you out as infants, then allow you to grow that you may reach your age of full strength. And among you there is he who dies young, AND AMONG YOU THERE IS HE WHO IS BROUGHT BACK TO FEEBLE OLD AGE, SO THAT HE KNOWS NOTHING AFTER HAVING KNOWN SO MUCH…
    Qur’an 22:5

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