Siding with Tun means you support the opposition

March 1, 2016 at 1:13 am 123 comments

“Did anyone ever believe that they would live to see Dr Mahathir share the same platform as his political nemesis … Lim Kit Siang?” — this question is re-posted in Grandpapa Dapster’s blog.

Well, yes. That’s what I’ve been saying in effect for quite some time already, i.e. Tun has been indirectly empowering the DAP.

Protuns are already in cahoots with the Chinese ultras and ugly Dapsters. So there.

BELOW: Tun pictured yesterday with the evangelistas’ favourite politician Mujahid Yusof and his fellow PAN Parliamentarians. PKR’s Tian Chua is far left in the photo.

Tun PAN

Annuar: Tun won’t blanch at handing M’sia to opposition

Umno info chief Annuar Musa said Tun is willing to “paralyze and kill” the party just to fulfill his personal vendetta of finishing off Najib.

The BN Back Benchers Club (BNBBC) website reported:

“Tun Mahathir sanggup memberi ‘hadiah’ kepada PAS (Kelantan), PKR (Selangor) dan DAP (Pulau Pinang) asal beliau dapat menewaskan musuhnya.

“Dalam kata lain sejarah membuktikan Tun Mahathir tidak teragak-agak ‘menghadiahkan’ pembangkang kuasa dan kerajaan asalkan beliau berjaya menewaskan dan menyingkirkan orang yang tidak disukainya.

“Itulah Tun Mahathir dalam lipatan sejarah perjuangannya. To fail is never an option…..,” kata Annuar.

Is Tun going to collude with the opposition?

Yes.

Dr Mahathir, who is no longer an Umno member, told the press conference yesterday that

“he agreed with opposition parties PKR, Parti Amanah Negara and DAP on the need to remove Mr Najib Razak as prime minister and would set up a core group to achieve this objective”. — ‘Dr Mahathir to set up core group to oust Najib’ (Today Online, 29 Feb 2016)

Tun also said “the party [Umno] should be voted out of power” – see video below – if it continues to be led by Najib.

Protuns drifted to Dark Side and becoming Dapsterish

It’s almost certain that Najib will lead Umno and BN into GE14.

This being so, Tun will do his utmost to see to it that Umno-BN is voted out of power in 2018 (or when the general election is held).

What happens when Protuns are willing to collaborate with Dapsters? You can preview their viciousness in Life of Annie. Some of these malicious Malay rejects are willing to sink to the gutter level of the Dapsters who are their new comrades in arms.

Projib bloggers have been thrown off the blogroll of the Protuns. These Protuns have made it clear that anyone who is not with them is considered to be against them.

The dividing line is irrevocably drawn in the sand.

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  • 1. siri  |  March 1, 2016 at 2:42 am

    Cik Helen ooi sekarang ini waktunya semua orang sedang beri perhatian sepakan tendangang penalti ke gol Najib mereka-mereka yang mengambil sepakan itu dah meletakan siapa siapa untuk tendangang itu samada projib kah mendapat tendangang terbanyak ataupun protun pokok nya mereka-mereka dah ketepikan hal-hal perjuangan masing-masing,nasihat ini kepada pemakan dedak jugak jangan ambil terlalu banyak nanti tersedak pulak.

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    • 2. Helen Ang  |  March 1, 2016 at 2:58 am

      Sebab tulah orang rasa jengkel dengan Protun yang menyangka diri terlalu suci.

      Perangai tak ubah macam Dapster – menghina, mengejek, memomok dan menuduh.

      Jangan terikut-ikut Dapster yang asyik menipu, membohong dan memfitnah sudah.

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    • 3. Akim  |  March 1, 2016 at 6:05 pm

      Makan dedak ke, minum racun rumput akibat gugup air ketum ke, masih belom tahu lagi. Yang nyata ia lah Tun kata Najib ada sebut “Cash Is King” dan itu pendirian dia.

      RM2.6 bilion dah di akui masuk ekaun peribadi, RM2.03 bilion di pulangkan takda bukti. Kalau Projib ada dapat dari situ, hala ke air ketum dan racun rumput le.

      Aku tak setuju kata kata “Siding with Tun means you support the opposition”. Menyebelahi Tun boleh ha nya setakat mendapatkan UMNO gantikan Najib. Tun setuju dengan Pembangkang, itu lain cerita.

      Kalau tidak, boleh juga di katakan sesiapa yang menyebelahi Najib mahu negara ini lintang pukang. Sebab, kalau Najib di biarkan merintah hingga PRU14, UMNO/BN akan kalah, DAP akan sampai ke Putrajaya, negara akan lintang pukang.

      .

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    • 4. Setem  |  March 2, 2016 at 1:04 pm

      “Siding with Tun means you support the opposition”.

      Hahaha.

      So, “Siding with Najib means you are under his payroll?”.

      or “Siding with Najib means you are an idiotic loyal supporter (Najib values loyalty over brains)?”.

      or “Siding with Najib means you won’t blog about 1MDB, for fear of being labeled “bangang”?”.

      Helen, your opinion is much like the DAPSTERs laaa…

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  • 5. siri  |  March 1, 2016 at 3:31 am

    Projib tidak cerdik sebab tu selalu kena herdik macam ayam kalah sabung dan bakal sedikit demi sedikit akan hilang paruh untuk pertandingan PRU 14

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    • 6. Aku Melayu  |  March 1, 2016 at 10:02 pm

      Kalau projib tidak cerdik, dah lama dah Najib tersungkur. Najib is now stronger than ever, thanks to his bloggers especially RPK , Rocky Bru and of course Helen. Mahathir is no more relevant in Malaysian politics. Let him quit UMNO and never ever rejoin UMNO. Good riddance to bad rubbish! Menyampah!

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      • 7. What Is This  |  March 2, 2016 at 8:39 am

        But orang protun ni they just don’t get it. Terlalu emotional. Bila dah kena usik terus bangang. Protun ni bagaikan sampah.

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  • 8. zakir  |  March 1, 2016 at 4:15 am

    “These Protuns have made it clear that anyone who is not with them is considered to be against them.”

    Err, bukan Najib ke yg start dulu? Sape yg against dia sume kene tendang dah (Muhyiddin, Shafie Apdal, Mukhriz even ex-AG, Gani Patail)

    In any organization there are always be people who are against you. But if you are really the so-called ‘pemimpin berjiwa besar’, why did you take such action towards people who are only questioning of what had happened to the so-called ‘strategic investment company’? When something fishy had happened, of course people will ask about it. But then again, you treat the people who are questioning you as a threat, and take such a drastic action towards them without proper and logic reason. Just spin as if they are in the wrong to question you and made a blatant statement to make them look as they are conspiring something against you.

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    • 9. Akim  |  March 1, 2016 at 7:22 am

      The relevant clause must be emphasised and repeated again and again – “people .. are only questioning what had happened to the so-called ‘strategic investment company’”.

      Imagine, up to now the Final Report by the Auditor General has not been tabled. The PAC Chairman giving lame excuses like the PAC members are overseas. What cookledeglook. As if they don’t know that 1MDB and the RM2.6 billion are matters of national interest. Nincompoops, are they?

      One can imagine the headaches the AuG must have been having when auditing – the Swiss AG has announced investigations on bank accounts believed to be connected with 1MDB. And the Singapore Monetary Authority has frozen bank accounts believed to belong to an !MDB subsidiary. He has to take into account of all those, causing headaches on how to record them in his Final Report.

      For all these (and more in my other comment), Tun’s agreeing with the Opposition to remove Najib from the post of PM is well justified.

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    • 10. tebing tinggi  |  March 1, 2016 at 7:51 am

      En Zakir,

      You are absolutely right,
      What sort of leaders ,who cannot be question and everybody must two’s the line and anybody who question them are consider going against .
      In Malaysia ,we only herd DAP are doing that and now UMNO is doing it too .

      A dear leader who cannot be question ,’what does it mean ?’.

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    • 11. shamshul anuar  |  March 1, 2016 at 8:12 am

      Zakir,

      Muhyiddin, being then the 2 man in the government hierarchy had all the privillege of getting the info needed right from the horse’s mouth. Yet, he went around casting doubt on his own head of government.

      Muhyiddin has the right to disagree. But the tradition dictates that if a person cant stomach it, by all mean resign. Najib does not need DAP to topple UMNO. Muhyiddin is doing the job. Though I am not that happy with Najib, I can understand why Najib had to remove Muhyiddin.

      Apa bukti yg Muhyiddin ada yg 1mDB ni satu penipuan ?

      Bring all the facts. Do not just give general statements taht open to divergent interpretation.

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      • 12. Qalam Qabut  |  March 1, 2016 at 9:59 am

        OIC…

        So dia ada segala peluang utk perbetulkan kesesatan AhJib No.1. So AhJib terus sesat dan Muhyiddin terkeluar dari hiraki. Elok jugak tu, Muhyiddin tak pandai dan tak layak jadi pengganti AhJib.

        Lagipun Azalina ada cakap Muhyiddin bersekongkol dgn Gani Patail nak rampas kuasa dari AhJib. Memang Muhyiddin bodoh. Tak sekongkol pun tak apa, senyum2 dan tunggu saja, biar orang lain yg bising utk turunkan AhJib dari takhta. Sahih dia jadi waris tunggal. Tak pandai jugak Muhyiddin ni. Ayam terlepas, tangan bau taik.

        Oklah, Kita tunggu Zahid jadi PM. Adik dia pun dah tak sabar2 nak bantu Malaysia dapatkan tenaga buruh yg murah. Senang sikit orang Malaysia yg kaya tapi malas ni ada bibik dan babu nak di suruh buat itu ini.

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      • 13. Dr Abdollah Salleh  |  March 1, 2016 at 5:02 pm

        “….getting the info needed right from the horse’s mouth…” Which horse? He confessed that all that he knew he got from the Edge.

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        • 14. shamshul anuar  |  March 1, 2016 at 10:45 pm

          Dr abdollah Salleh,

          That is my point. As the no 2 man, he can simply direct Arul Kanda to explain from A to Z on 1MDB.

          Bank Negara once issued a statement that it was notified by the Saudi donor on the donation. MUhyidin can simply use his position to ascertain the truth. He has direct access to top Saudi officials.

          Muhyidin was no 2 guy. Surely he realised how much money UMNO needs to fend off attacks from PKR, DAP. Surely, he “SHOULD” be interested on accusation that Israel donated RM1.2 billion to DAP. I am sure anyone who donates to DAP not out of love but to topple UMNO

          Surely he must understand how political party needs fund. Surely he understands that the only reason why DAP rejects any law on political funding as it does not want its source of fund revealed.

          Surely Muhyiddin knows that Tun too was once reviled by Western media for his refusal to adopt blindly to western values. Now Tun is heralded as a saviour. Even if Muhyiddin takes over, he too will be reviled as simply he is a Malay, Muslim. To them, Muhyiddin commits a sin already a Muslim is not supposed to lead. He is expected to be like Mohd Sabu, much liked but known as a court jester.

          No doubt 1mdb is far from perfect. But certainly not as portrayed by DAP or Rafizi.

          The worst thing to have is UMNO having two “nakhoda” . That is enough to make DAP takes over Putrajaya.

          Muhyiddin will enter a phase where he will realise he too will be discarded by DAP or those loving it when he (Muhyiddin) outlives his usefulness. And that is a tragedy.

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          • 15. Akim  |  March 2, 2016 at 8:01 am

            Saying Muhyiddin “can simply direct Arul Kanda to explain from A to Z on 1MDB” shows ignorance of the fact that 1MDB has been Najib’s pet project, many matters kept close to his chest, even Mohd Bakke resigned as Chairman twice over the Management not following the Board’s instructions yet Najib let things as they were.

            What “MUhyidin can simply use his position to ascertain the truth”? And what direct access he has to top Saudi officials? Meaning he can just pick up the phone and ask questions that would embarrass his boss, the PM?

            And who says he is not interested in the “accusation that Israel donated RM1.2 billion to DAP”? As it is an “accusation”, has it been proven? So UMNO must find more billions to fight DAP on the basis of that accusation? What about the statements that the RM2.6 billion was for fighting Al Qaeda, and ISIS? Find RM10 billion?

            Saying “mdb is far from perfect” is blinkering one’s eyes. No doubt DAP’s or Rafizi’s portrayal is unacceptable but with so many questions remaining unanswered and even the Swiss AG is investigating Swiss bank accounts he believed to be connected with IMDB and Spore has closed bank accounts belonging to one 1MDB subsidiary, there are even independent foreign sources of information on 1MDB’s rut .

            UMNO having two “nakhoda”? If so, remove the one that has brought about a situation that might enable DAP to take over Putrajaya.

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    • 16. Abdullah  |  March 1, 2016 at 8:19 am

      Once two men got involved in a dispute over some inheritance. They were next of kin and both laid claim to a fertile and valuable plot of land. They each forwarded all sorts of evidence – some explicit, others vague, and some were outright unlawful! In order to fight their case, these two people were presenting proofs which they privately doubted.

      The Prophet (s.a.w.) was the authority, judge, and enforcement agency through whom the law were upheld in the Muslim community. The disputants sought him out for a settlement. The Prophet (s.a.w.) eventually handed out a decision which favoured one party over the other – he was awarded a larger tract of the disputed parcel of land. However, it was obvious to everyone present that both the relatives were dissatisfied with the settlement. So the Prophet (s.a.w.) taught this lesson to the the people:

      “You have come to complain about this matter to me. Each party claims his own rights. I am only a human being placed in a position to judge over your case as fairly as possible. I have for evidence nothing beyond what you have put in front of me. Perhaps one of you has what seems like the stronger and clearer proofs over the other. Consequently, I examine your arguments and evidence based on my limited knowledge, and I make a decision in your favour. However, the truth of your claims and the knowledge of its applicability lies entirely with you. And Allah knows all secret and hidden things. Therefore, I say to the one to whom I award this disputed piece of earth, that if he’s aware his brother has the greater right to it, then he should refrain from accepting it. Because in truth, I have given him but a piece of burning ember from hell! It shall be strung around his neck as proof of his deception and as requital for his sin on the Day of Judgement!”

      The Prophet’s words gripped the hearts of the two men with terror. Both the dissatisfied one who had gotten more and the one with less who thought he was cheated, soberly examined themselves. It was not the time for speculation – transient gains must not destroy their eternal fortunes – the Messenger of Allah had pronounced sentence over them! It was too terrible a suffering to bear on Judgement Day, for fighting over something not right.

      Eventually both the men owned up: “My brother has a greater right over my share!” They weren’t putting up a show in front of the Prophet. He told them, “If you are assured, first divide the estate into two equal halves. Then negotiate with mutual respect between yourselves until you agree that justice has prevailed in your settlement. Rest content with what Allah has apportioned to you and be pleased that your brother has received his rights.”

      Wouldn’t it be excellent if every judge were to emulate the Prophet by reading the above edict after giving his verdict in any legal case? Know that no judicial decision nor official proclamation and certainly no dictator’s decree, could ever create truth from falsehood. The Prophet has this counsel for his ummah:

      “Virtue will never disappear and sins are never forgotten. The Glorious One Who cherishes everybody never wanes. So do what you will, but rest assured that you will be held accountable for your actions.”

      Source:
      Dr. Abdul Hamid al-Hashimi : Ar-Rasuul al-Ar’abi al-Murabbi

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      • 17. truth  |  March 1, 2016 at 7:06 pm

        jazakaAllahukhairan

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    • 18. calvinsankaran  |  March 1, 2016 at 9:46 am

      Perhaps you missed reading news for several months so your view point has massive holes in it.

      Helen here has been highlighting for months that Najib been too nice to the rabid dogs of RBA/Pakatoons and UMNO rebels. In fact even Pakatoons have been making fun of Najib saying that he has no testicular guts (to put it politically correct and keep it family friendly). Even I was frustrated with him at that time for not responding to these attacks.

      The whole charade not started by Najib but the combination of PH supporters and Tun’s loyalists using 1MDB as the vehicle to attack and remove Najib.

      All along Najib did not respond to all these attacks, even when his No 2 started sniping and supporting the rebels.

      However only when they went to the WSJ and started the coup by colluding with MACC did Najib started his counterattack. And in one fell swoop he removed all those conspirators (well, almost all).

      You can read Helen’s previous posts to refresh your memory. No leader in the world would allow his deputy to publically criticise him or allow senior government official work with Opposition to remove his from power.

      I don’t think Najib has any issues with people criticising him but attempting to frame and remove him is totally unacceptable.

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      • 19. HOLY SMOKES  |  March 1, 2016 at 10:11 am

        “I don’t think Najib has any issues with people criticising him but attempting to frame and remove him is totally unacceptable.”

        Najib has no issues with criticism? People framing hjm?
        It’s obvious what leadership criteria is more than acceptable to you.

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  • 20. grkumar  |  March 1, 2016 at 4:58 am

    Statutory senility begins at retirement age (65 in most countries). When one reaches the age of 80, the statute gets left behind and only senility is left to travel to its final destination. Dr. Mahathir a man who was conned by his social butterfly daughter Marina allowed himself to be dragged by the emotional nose ring (like that worn by a bull to the slaughter) by the woman into the cess pit of politics for his new baptism.

    He has certainly not come out smelling like roses.

    I feel terribly sad for the man who ought to have gone out to pasture with dignity intact and remained there till Lord Murugan calls.

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    • 21. calvinsankaran  |  March 1, 2016 at 9:48 am

      God help Malaysia when people like Tun and LKS get together to “save” the nation. Of all 25 millions Malaysians, I can’t think of 2 people who are less qualified than these 2 grandpas.

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      • 22. Orang Perlis  |  March 1, 2016 at 10:30 am

        Oh you two Uncles…tak habis2 dgn narrow view hangpa

        here’s a low down for you uncles, who, clearly in your heart, think there is nothing absolutely WRONG with your dear Leader Najib and there is absolutely NOTHING hanky panky about 1MDB:

        There are some of us who in neither camp. There are some of us who have fought the pakatan led gov in selangor, who have traded barbed words when UMNO still held selangor, who are not taksub to either madey or ahjibgor.

        some of us see the wrong in this whole saga. but doesnt mean we are in either camp. You guy on the other hand, are no different from the protuns or pakatans or dap…unable to critisize independently.,,,

        so please lah….just because some of us want Njaib out does not mean we belong to any camp….

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        • 23. I Am Woman  |  March 1, 2016 at 3:02 pm

          Finally, someone I can wholeheartedly agree with. If we look at the issues, the main being 1MDB and donations, can we really in all honesty accept that there is nothing legally or ethically wrong committed by the PM? If TDM did the same, I (& even some of the so called Pro-Tun) would be asking the same questions.

          You know what a challenge it is going to be at GE14? If Najib still heads Umno, then to vote BN is to agree that Najib is in the right, but he’s not. To vote PH is to vote in DAP, which is a slap in the face to all my kin who fought for independence and against the communists. Latest Malay dilemma.

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      • 24. RD.  |  March 1, 2016 at 11:52 am

        Blame everybody else but not Najib and his wife and RM2 million in her personal bank account. Does anybody realized that the last straw that broke Dr.M’s back was that irrational 1MDB’ s RM42 billions debt (++ including interest), lost of Rakyat’s assest/Prime Land due to its rationalization plan. Then, the exorbitant among of money that goes into Najib’s personal bank account, of which he and his brown-noser first denied?

        Therefore its Najib that is making ‘ProTun’ behave like Daddy-Anak- Party. Take-away Najib, problem solved.

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      • 25. What Is This  |  March 1, 2016 at 3:32 pm

        That 91 year old senior citizen is doing all this not bacause he wants to safe Malaysia. Rather he is doing all this to safe himself and his family. Think about this. Do you think Najib is sitting still ? Of course not, Najib clearly has ordered Apandi to do some investigating on that old man and his cronies. His sons became rich yet they have never disclosed how they got rich. Where and how did they get all the money ? As for that other senior citizen, he’s practically intoxicated by the successes of the previous 2 general elections that he now feels that the keys to Putrajaya is now within his grasp that working with that 91 year old man will hasten the whole process so now he’s jumping eagerly into bed with him. Both have become delusional with age.

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        • 26. I Am Woman  |  March 2, 2016 at 8:33 am

          His sons got rich the same way as other ministers’s sons or family members got rich – patronage. When your parent(s) are rich, influential, businesses lined up to sign you up on their management or board of directors, just to be seen as aligned to the government of the day.

          Once you have a foot in and if you are smart and hardworking, then that patronage can be use as leverage to take you higher.

          Look at Nazir Razak. Look at Pak Lah’s son. Look at Ling Liong Sik’s son. Anwar’s family. They all started with a patron.

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          • 27. What Is This  |  March 2, 2016 at 2:11 pm

            So who’s the patron of the old man’s sons ? Nazir worked his way through CIMB, Sleppy Doll’s son worked his way through Scomi but the old man’s sons ? How many years did they spend working their way up ? How many years ? LLS’s sons likewise spent years working their way up. Anwar’s family ? His family is just like that of the old man’s. And both are not pure Malay looking from the paternal side. That really says a lot of Anwar and the old man.

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            • 28. Helen Ang  |  March 2, 2016 at 2:23 pm

              re: “LLS’s sons likewise spent years working their way up?”

              Maybe two or three years.

              Kit Siang had previously made a report to the anti-corruption agency on the “RM1.2 billion corporate wealth” of Ling Hee Leong.

              Hee Leong is the son of Tun Mahathir crony Ling Liong Sik. He was reportedly a billionaire by the age of 27.

              http://blog.limkitsiang.com/2008/02/23/ling-hee-leong-what-has-happened-to-my-11-year-old-aca-report-over-his-rm12-billion-corporate-wealth/comment-page-1/

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              • 29. What Is This  |  March 2, 2016 at 3:14 pm

                So ? All those people did indeed spend years working their way up ? What about the old man’s sons ? How many years did they spend to work their way up ? When asked, all his supporters did was to point fingers at Najib and co. If his sons did indeed accumulate their wealth legally then pray tell, how many years did they spend to accumulate the said wealth ?

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                • 30. kiasu  |  March 2, 2016 at 9:26 pm

                  How many years for Reza Aziz?

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                  • 31. What Is This  |  March 3, 2016 at 3:36 pm

                    How many years for you to become kiasu ? Typical loser barking here and there when you are bankrupt of issues.

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                    • 32. kiasu  |  March 4, 2016 at 7:23 pm

                      I asked a straight forward question on Reza Aziz and all you can is a personal attack on me? Typical loser barking here and there? Show me where i bark here or there? Bankrupt of issues???your reply says it all about yourself dude, you yang bankrupt of issues and can only go on personal attack.

                      Tak boleh jawab psl Reza Aziz, diam je lah dude.

      • 33. grkumar  |  March 1, 2016 at 7:02 pm

        Politics does make very strange bedfellows indeed.

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    • 34. Akim  |  March 1, 2016 at 12:05 pm

      Statutory senility begins at retirement age? As defined by politicians? Not by others. Though the clinical definition of senility also includes those in their 40s. Which probably includes you.

      My father at 83 years old has no sign of senility. Tun at 90 hasn’t, too. He resigned UMNO, again. of his own accord, remember? He didn’t forget his membership card and got accused as no longer being a member!

      Sorry for you, he is a Malay and a Muslim – not Lord Murugan but Allah has control on him.

      Btw, have you people heard about commitment to what one believes in? In this case in the removal of Najib as PM.Which I agree and support.

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      • 35. grkumar  |  March 2, 2016 at 4:56 am

        When you take literally metaphors you need psychiatric help and not retirement. And whether you want to adopt him as a Malay because he is Muslim (a statutory definition and not a biological fact) or a Malayalee which he is is another matter and don’t let me dissuade you is your business. Perhaps your father is senile but your own condition does not allow you to see that.

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        • 36. Akim  |  March 2, 2016 at 8:43 am

          Saying “Statutory senility begins at retirement age (65 in most countries)” is a metaphor ? Then, why use the word “statutory”, which means “enacted by statute” or law? You taking your pills?

          Tun is “a Malay because he is Muslim (a statutory definition and not a biological fact)”? You never read or simply ignore the fact that his mother is Malay and he is only 25% Indian – what “not a biological fact” you talkin’ about, man? Do take your pills.

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          • 37. grkumar  |  March 2, 2016 at 7:41 pm

            His father is all Indian. That necessarily makes him Indian. But not if he chooses to be otherwise. There are already 1.25 billion Indians doing nicely and if one wants to cop out it makes little difference.

            Why use the word statutory? because it is choice. I have choice. It appears to be anathema to your thinking and well only you can correct that position.

            A Malay is not a Muslim. A Muslim can be Malay. No amount of trying to alter the course of mankind will help you by enacting statute that changes that position.

            Being Muslim is subscribing to the faith of Islam. Being a Malay is a fact of your genes. Its your race.

            If one has to accept your definitions I pity the Palestinians because it is people like you, Muslims that justify the European settlers identifying as “Jews” because they subscribe to that faith and turning it into a race as well.

            Faham genius?

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        • 38. What Is This  |  March 2, 2016 at 8:44 am

          The fact that the said person is a fake Malay is an open secret but for a particular ethnic group to embrace the said person as one of their own really says a lot about the mental faculty of that ethnic group.

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          • 39. Akim  |  March 2, 2016 at 4:05 pm

            You have no clue about the definition of a Malay under the Constitution. You have no brain not to know that Tin Dr Mahathir is 75% Malay from his mother’s and his father’s mother’s side.

            “The mental faculty of that ethnic group”? What about yours? Have you read the following c&p?

            “You people keep making fun of the Malays, mamaks, etc, what about you Chinese? What’s the equivalent to call you all also having mixed blood? Now, now, don’t say you people are pure Chinese.

            Here is what Professor C.P. Fitzgerald says in his book, “A Short Cultural History of China” (600+ pages) – he lived in China for 5 years to research and gather material for that book:

            The phrase “origin of the Chinese people” is in itself misleading.

            1. Chinese culture took root in the plains of Manchuria, a foreign country until after World War II

            2. The northern provinces have always to some degree been mixed with “peoples from the Mongolian steppes”

            3. The southern and central provinces of China were, before the northerners moved southwards, “covered” by non-Chinese, the Miao, small in size and who the Chinese were contemptuous of.

            4. The south was originally occupied by “aboriginal tribes”. The ancestors of most of the migrants to Malaya/ sia came from the south. The Professor said, “A large proportion of the population of the south calling itself ‘Chinese’ is in fact descended from one or other of the aboriginal races” – page 6. Many living in the interior, in the hills and the highlands. Even in modern times, in Yunnan and Kueichou, tribesmen number half the population.

            The southerners comprise the following major groups:

            a. Fukienese, “a separate stock, mixed with immigrants from the north and the Yangtze Valley” and speaking “a peculiar dialect”.

            b. Cantonese, also speak a somewhat alien language, a form of old Chinese – the south was colonized by the northerners, colonization completed in the 7th Century – some 800 years after China was formed as a political entity by Chin Shih Huang Di.

            c. Hakkas, of Kuantung province, known as “guest families” – they speak a peculiar dialect, despised by the Cantonese and do not inter marry. These people were said to have come from the north, running away from frequent Mongol invasions that culminated in the conquest of China by Genghis Khan in the 13th Century.

            So, if any of you are referred to as descendants of the hill tribes – Miao (who are aborigines and non-Chinese), or other aborigines of south China, don’t blame me, I’m just a messenger of the news. You can’t also blame Professor Fitzgerald any more because he died some years ago.

            So, how about we refrain from racial profiling and name calling, ha? Still angry with me, wanna call me names? Don’t la, coz you also can be called names.”

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            • 40. What Is This  |  March 2, 2016 at 5:37 pm

              Nice try there, quoting a white man whose description is just as warped as you quoting him. I can call you names too if you’re up for it but then you definition of a Malay is man made, or make believe, a relic of colonialism the white men bequeathed to you. A relic. You understand what a relic is ? Pathetic as always.

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              • 41. Akim  |  March 2, 2016 at 11:53 pm

                You obviously are one of “the descendants of the hill tribes – Miao (who are aborigines and non-Chinese), or other aborigines of south China”. Like Lim Kit Siang and Lim Guan Eng, elsewhere called “ultra kiasu, ungrateful ingrate Cina Bukit”.

                DAP in mentality, don’t like History because it reminds you of your unpalatable past being stateless in this country for nearly 150 years since arriving in Penang during Francis Light times, fighting between the Hokkien and Hakka clans until almost a civil war in Penang. In recent times, opposed History being made compulsory in schools because you don’t want your children to know your ungrateful ingrate despicable deeds like being anti-Malay and anti-Islam, never thankful for having got citizenship right yet questioned the Special Position of the Malays and the Bumiputeras of Sabah and Sarawak and caused the race riots of 1969.

                Subversive and communist minded, supported the Malayan Communist Party, resisted the British, the very people who brought your forefathers as “coolies” to this country. Not liking “the white man” until now, you call world renown Professor CP Fitzgerald as having warped mind just because he wrote the facts of history having spent 5 years in China studying it.

                Not respecting the Constitution of this country, calling the “definition of a Malay is man made .. a relic of colonialism the white men bequeathed to you.” Sounding like a communist, are you related to the communist terrorist leader Chin Peng by blood, still angry that the Police didn’t allow even his ashes brought into this country? And are you out to create racial ill feelings and chaos that you can exploit to your advantage? The Cyber Unit of the Police Force must watch you under the Sedition Act.

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          • 42. grkumar  |  March 2, 2016 at 7:42 pm

            Yes like the pseudo Arabs who won’t name that ethnic group.

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    • 43. Keris  |  March 1, 2016 at 4:13 pm

      Dr. Mahathir is a Muslim. Do not conflate Allah, the One True God on High with your local deity.
      ———
      45. And when Allah Alone is mentioned, the hearts of those who believe not in the Hereafter are filled with disgust and when those (whom they worship) besides Him (false deities) are mentioned, behold, they rejoice!

      46. Say (O Muhammad): “O Allah! Creator of the heavens and the earth! All-Knowing Lord of the Invisible and the Visible. You will judge between your servants about that which they used to differ.”

      47. And those who do evil (the transgressors and idolaters), if they possessed everything on earth and even much more, to offer it (in vain) as ransom for their souls on the Day of Resurrection from its evil retribution, yet something will confront them from Allah, which they could never have foreseen!

      48. And the evils of their deeds will become apparent to them, and they will be encircled by that which they used to mock at!

      (Quran, ch, 39 The Crowds)

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      • 44. grkumar  |  March 2, 2016 at 4:57 am

        The word Allah means God. So whether you like what I said or not (tongue in cheek) it matters little. If I said “pie in the sky” would you really look to the sky for food? get real

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        • 45. Keris  |  March 2, 2016 at 8:48 am

          “You are barking up the wrong tree”: I really don’t mean to call you a dog.

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        • 46. I Am Woman  |  March 2, 2016 at 9:01 am

          Have to correct you.
          Allah is God. It’s a proper name, not just a noun.

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  • 47. RINA  |  March 1, 2016 at 5:16 am

    Oh dear. Is it going to be a repeat when DAP fell in love with Arwah TGNA and MatSabu, all over again is it? Sigh..Penatnya jadi penonton! Hope plots lain sikit this time, dah bosan le kalau;

    Isteri siAnu muka comot
    Anak siPolan tumbuh kepak (Rina dah diberi Tanduk)
    Nenantu siPolan Oxford graduate tak laku
    Prostitutes from Jupiter
    Jumping over dead bodies and so on

    In the meantime dok nunggu nak baham;

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  • 48. Abdul rahman  |  March 1, 2016 at 6:34 am

    In politics there no permanent friends. However i think no outside forces can dethrone ds najib without inside help. Will it happen? Well only time will tell. We are living in interesting times.

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  • 50. Akim  |  March 1, 2016 at 7:05 am

    It must be repeated as often as the allegations against Tun and his supporters are made, that, as per the Today Online quote in the post above, “(TDM) agreed with opposition parties .. on the need to remove Mr Najib Razak as prime minister.”

    Not to remove the UMNO/BN Government.

    That Tun agreed with the Opposition parties merely show the gravity of the situation. The country is in dire straits. Lack of democracy, dictatorial, hiding of dubious and potentially criminal acts, summary dismissal of an Attorney General, the new appointee appearing to have conveniently declared no criminal wrong doings on the RM2.6 billion despite the Bank Negara reports and the SPRM findings, sudden transfers of senior Police and SPRM officers, the sacking of the DPM and a senior Minister from the cabinet, the summary suspension of Muhyiddin from the UMNO Deputy President post, and a host of other non-regular acts.

    The 1MDB and the RM2.6 billion are clearly scandalous. Someone has prepared a list of 40 questions (Questionable Answers, they are called) on the RM2.6 billion. Potentially criminal from the perspectives of the rules and regulations of Bank Negara, Election Commission (amounts spent on elections), Registrar of Societies (reporting of funds received for the party), Inland Revenue Dept (tax declaration), etc.

    Najib has made Malaysia being laughed at and ridiculed internationally, starting from the Sarawak Report articles on the 1MDB, catching international attention when published by WSJ and NYT.

    The rakyat/ voters have been asking those 40 Questions and more endlessly. UMNO/BN will lose PRU14 if Najib is not replaced. Tun agreeing with the Opposition parties is to drive home that very serious need to replace Najib.

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    • 51. Helen Ang  |  March 1, 2016 at 9:41 am

      re: “(TDM) agreed with opposition parties .. on the need to remove Mr Najib Razak as prime minister. Not to remove the Umno/BN Government.”

      Tun said Umno should be voted out if the party continues to be led by Najib – see video clip of his press conference in my article above.

      Najib will continue leading Umno, and Tun will continue his campaign for the Malays to vote out Umno.

      re: “Tun agreeing with the Opposition parties is to drive home that very serious need to replace Najib.”

      Najib will not be kicked out by the Ketua-Ketua Bahagian Umno.

      Bottomline: Tun agrees with the opposition and Tun is now working with the opposition – see above photo of him with the oppo MPs yesterday.

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      • 52. tebing tinggi  |  March 1, 2016 at 6:48 pm

        As I say earlier , “ini kali bolih ubah” but I never agreed Tun and DAP have the same goal , but since Najib hijack UMNO to become his defend shield ,what choice does Tun have .

        I am sure UMNO will still around after PRU14 with the same president ,( UMNO tak bungkus begitu cepat ,only BN is gone) but someone else is showing the way to govern .

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    • 53. drinho  |  March 2, 2016 at 11:31 am

      Akim,

      Not to forget the RM42 mil from SRC deposited into Najib’s personal account. While we can accept the confirmation by AG on the RM2.6 bil (i.e. a donation from Arab royals and its subsequent refund of unused portion), we have no explanation on this RM42 mil. What we know is the said amount is from SRC and banked-into Najib’s account.

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  • 54. Akim  |  March 1, 2016 at 7:54 am

    Al Jazeera has just announced on their network Tun’s resignation from UMNO because of Najib’s mismanagement. That piece of news goes the world over.

    And Malaysia’s name is dirtied further. Tun dirties it? Nonsense. He is merely reacting to Najib’s ill doings. And not doings.

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    • 55. calvinsankaran  |  March 1, 2016 at 9:52 am

      Do you think those foreigners give a shit about Tun or his resigning from UMNO? I think you still have the worldview that the universe revolves around your demigod.

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      • 56. Deva Holier than thou  |  March 1, 2016 at 10:48 am

        Adi Sankaracarya was one day walking along a street in Varanasi, with several disciples. Taking pity on an old scholar rapt in reciting grammatical rules, Sankaracarya advised him not to waste time on grammar at his age but to turn his mind within for truth. Sankara is said to have sung twelve verses there and then followed by contributions from his disciples; themes that say: “Wealth often brings fears along with it, and family affection will not grant you salvation.” The great sayings of India will not save you either, even though some may point to the Way.

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      • 58. Akim  |  March 1, 2016 at 11:44 am

        We don’t believe in demigods, quarter gods or one third gods like you and your kind do.

        But don’t you be a shit god for saying foreigners don’t listen to Aljazeera news.

        Goodness gracious me (said Peter Sellers), sometimes it’s a relief shitting a commenter in kind. I certainly like to relieve myself on a rude bloke.

        Have a good day, everybody else.

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  • 59. Qalam Qabut  |  March 1, 2016 at 8:03 am

    Aku peduli apa. Aku menyebelahi Tun. DAP tak akan dapat undi aku, no way!

    Tapi yang masuk sebelah AhJib terang2 dah korup. Kalau tak kurap di poket, sekurang2nya kurap di otak. Kalau kita sokong, bantu dan ampu orang yg buat jahat, dosa tau!

    Ingat… Allah yg maha AGUNG. Bukan AhJib. Bukan jugak Tun M.

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    • 60. Akim  |  March 1, 2016 at 12:23 pm

      Aku jugak menyebelahi Tun. DAP boleh naik tongkang, pigi tonggang langgang, lintang pukang, biar jin dan jembalang kena kongkang.

      Kalau nak bersama dapatkan Najib di gantikan, ok. Kalau DAP nak gunakan peluang itu untuk jatuhkan gomen UMNO/BN, aku tak sokong.

      Kalau betul Tun kata biar UMNO kalah dia dah tak member pun, aku tak kisah. Aku rasa itu semua cara dia nakkan Najib di gantikan. The end justifies the means? Machiavelli-ism? Lantak lah. Yg penting Najib di ganti kalau tak UMNO/BN lingkup di PRU14. Itu aku tak mau. Aku akan terus kata begitu, pudarkan hujah hujah yang merentang kepercayaan aku.

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    • 61. Mad Hatter  |  March 1, 2016 at 2:04 pm

      ” Kalau kita sokong, bantu dan ampu orang yg buat jahat, dosa tau!”

      Hmmm….. good point.

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  • 62. ph  |  March 1, 2016 at 8:14 am

    Tun will be a spent force after DAP wins over Putrajaya.

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    • 63. calvinsankaran  |  March 1, 2016 at 9:53 am

      Spent force? I would think he’ll be retired to Hilton Sg Buluh if DAP wins. Probably the same suite that Anwar currently resides in.

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      • 64. Akim  |  March 1, 2016 at 12:09 pm

        Yeah, same for Najib. That’s why it’d be prudent for him to negotiate terms with one who’d likely be allowed to take over running the country after he resigns, choose any country to live in, including where his anak tiri has bought tons of properties.

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      • 65. What Is This  |  March 1, 2016 at 3:37 pm

        Hilton Sg Buloh ? Why not Shangri La Sg Buloh ? Anwat will probably ask the old man this question “What took you so long to join me ?”.

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      • 66. Kineas1067  |  March 1, 2016 at 3:47 pm

        Pithy!

        Hahaha….

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  • 67. RINA  |  March 1, 2016 at 8:16 am

    Selingan.

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  • 68. Bakar  |  March 1, 2016 at 8:35 am

    “Alif min nun wau” tu sakes kata Sudin dlam cerita Pendekar Bujang Lapok semalam di TV 2.

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  • 69. calvinsankaran  |  March 1, 2016 at 9:50 am

    I think the current situation is that Protuns and Pakatoons are one and the same breed when it comes to viciousness and desperation.

    So, we can group then under a new breed called Pakatuns.

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    • 70. Akim  |  March 1, 2016 at 12:14 pm

      So shallow your thinking, eh? Didn’t read the news for years? DAP and all have been called Pakatuns since before PRU13, aneh.

      viciousness and desperation? Summarily dismissing Gani Pattail, new appointee conveniently declared no wrong doing by Najib, immediate transfers of Police and PSRM senior officers, bla bla bla

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    • 71. RINA  |  March 1, 2016 at 1:12 pm

      Pattern sama, desperation too obvious yeah, name calling, character assasinations, you stupid, he stupid, she stupid bla bla same old stuff repeated all over again.

      Ramai sekadar Sarawak Report kata, WSJ kata, Muhyiddin kata, Mat Salleh tu ini kata, Apek tu ini kata. Kalau menuduh apa susah sangat ni? Bawa bukti sekali otherwise bukan setakat budak tabika, parrot pun boleh kita latih to membebel same words siang dan malam. Bunyi macam ni;

      Tweet tweet tweet 1MDB, 2.6billion..1MDB, 2.6billion
      Tweet tweet tweet 1MDB, 2.6billion..1MDB, 2.6billion
      Tweet tweet tweet 1MDB, 2.6billion..1MDB, 2.6billion
      Tweet tweet tweet 1MDB, 2.6billion..1MDB, 2.6billion

      Penat dengaq tau. No bukti means FITNAH! As simple as that. Apa yang dok melilau sana sini bagi sendiri jadi kalut ni?

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      • 72. Mad Hatter  |  March 2, 2016 at 2:02 am

        Bukti bertimbun, hang sengaja tak nampak, membuta kerana takut

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        • 73. RINA  |  March 2, 2016 at 7:23 am

          Sekadar repeat membebel apa oghang itu ini kata, even a parrot pun boleh buat;

          Kamu sendiri dah confirm tengok documents tu dengan kepala mata sendiri ke? Post aje semua bukti yang ada kat sini. Share la kat sini pasai ramai tak pernah tengok.

          Get any lawyer to certify those documents dulu ya, takmau loklaq tunjuk gambaq2 fotoshop, ones like Tian Chua gedik tunjuk sedunia dulu.

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      • 74. drinho  |  March 2, 2016 at 8:50 am

        re: No bukti means FITNAH!

        Itu pasal Najib kena saman WSJ. Sampai sekarang dia membisu. Apa yang Ahjib takut ni? WSJ cuma syarikat media di US. Bukan suruh Ahjib saman kerajaan US.

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        • 75. RINA  |  March 2, 2016 at 2:53 pm

          drinho you tak dengaq ke apa Akim kata? You kata Najib tak kata (membisu) tapi macam Akim kata komen komen yg tak betul dia kata dia jawab hanya utk menunjukkan penulis mengarut dan otak nya kecil dan biasa nya tak di jawab, tak kisah jika penulis nya kecik hati dan, jika dia perempuan, merasa “fury like a woman scorned.”

          WSJ mesti dengaq President Bush depa kata ada toyol toyol sedang manufacture weapon of mass destruction tapi oghang Saddam dan investigator kata takde toyol takde weapon of mass destruction dan WSJ pun tak kata apa apa pon.

          Hal President Negara mereka sendiri nampak toyol pun WSJ tak kata apa apa pon tapi apahal kalut sangat dengan PM Malaysia ni?

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          • 76. drinho  |  March 2, 2016 at 7:03 pm

            Najib kena bersihkan nama dia dan Msia dengan menyaman WSJ. Tak boleh biarkan saja. Ini soal kedaulatan dan campur tangan media asing. Kalau TMI boleh kena ban, apasal WSJ tak kena apa2 tindakan?

            Selaku PM, dia ada segala sumber dan kepakaran untuk saman WSJ. Kos guaman gomen bayar. Tak payah guna duit poket Najib.

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      • 77. I Am Woman  |  March 2, 2016 at 2:07 pm

        Bukti PM menerima wang yang jelas diterangkan oleh Peguam Negara, tetapi dikatakan tiada kesalahan jenayah.

        “Saya berpuas hati bahawa keterangan saksi-saksi dan dokumen-dokumen sokongan yang dikemukakan oleh SPRM kepada saya menunjukkan bahawa dana yang dimasukkan ke dalam akaun PM berjumlah USD681 juta (RM2.08 bilion) adalah merupakan sumbangan peribadi kepada PM daripada keluarga diraja Arab Saudi dan telah diberikan kepada beliau tanpa sebarang balasan.” – kenyataan Peguam Negara seperti yang dilaporkan oleh Astro Awani (http://www.astroawani.com/berita-malaysia/tiada-kesalahan-jenayah-dilakukan-najib-berhubung-kes-src-rm2-6-bilion-peguam-negara-91403)

        Garis Panduan pemberian dan penerimaan hadiah dalam Perkhidmatan Awam –
        http://www.moa.gov.my/documents/10157/956589ef-85c7-4969-a94f-8fdf1dac3811

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        • 78. Helen Ang  |  March 2, 2016 at 2:16 pm

          re: “Garis Panduan pemberian dan penerimaan hadiah dalam Perkhidmatan Awam”

          The PM is not a ‘civil servant’.

          The Penal Code (Section 21) provides a definition of ‘civil servant’. PM’s job description does not fit the bill.

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          • 79. I Am Woman  |  March 2, 2016 at 5:11 pm

            He’s not but he is the leader of the government. Shouldn’t he be better than the ones he lead in the administration?

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            • 80. Helen Ang  |  March 2, 2016 at 5:23 pm

              ‘Exceptionalism’? Because we’re living in times of Darurat II where we’re under threat by Bintang Lima in the same way that Malaya was threatened by Bintang Tiga during the Emergency (1948-60).

              Definition:

              “Exceptionalism is the perception that a country, society, institution, movement, or time period is ‘exceptional’ (i.e., unusual or extraordinary) in some way and thus does not need to conform to normal rules or general principles.”

              The DAP is not a mortal enemy. They’re syaitan. How to fight them on Queensbury rules and best behaviour?

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  • 81. Mulan  |  March 1, 2016 at 11:00 am

    I am wondering what would be the cabinet line up with the new opposition.
    Mahathir and Anwar kiss and make up. Hmmm.
    Would Anwar take the DPM position and let Mahathir or Mukriz take the PM seat? Or to please the “liberals” let Marina take the PM seat and while Nurul take the running mate seat. And Kit Siang take the token Chinese role.
    It would be certainly sleeping with bed bugs – Pakatan ver. 3.0.

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    • 82. calvinsankaran  |  March 2, 2016 at 9:24 am

      Interesting thought…me think Anwar would want to be the Big Kahuna and pass the DPM role to Mukriz. I guess DPM2 will be LGE and DPM3 would be some poor Indian making up the numbers adnd DPM5 & 6 will be equally clueless folks from Sabah and Sarawak maing ip the numbers.

      I think irrespective of who is the PM, the real power will be with LGE. He’ll call the shots as he controls the vote bank and the funds to grease the party machinery.

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      • 83. Akim  |  March 2, 2016 at 3:45 pm

        You forgot DPM 8.9, 10 to 20. Banana Republic kind of thinking, are you? Giving away senior political posts based on convenience, eh? Utter rubbish.

        And saying “clueless folks from Sabah and Sarawak”? You’d better thank your lucky star that they no longer practice some of their hunting skills, otherwise your head would be shrunk and displayed as a souvenir in some long house.

        The real power will be Guan Eng? Dream on, man. Even we Protuns would not allow that, what more the Projibs and the PAS people who have been bullied, kicked about by the Tongkang fellow until they made a resolution at their Muktamar that was a huge kick in DAP and Guan Eng’s ass.

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        • 84. Helen Ang  |  March 2, 2016 at 4:49 pm

          Akim,

          I’d have to agree with commenter ‘WiT’ about “giving away senior political posts (DPM3, DPM4, DPM5) based on convenience, eh?

          The BN states, as far as I’m aware with the exception of Sabah, do not have the post of Timbalan Menteri Besar and Deputy Chief Minister.

          In Penang, there is not only one but TWO Deputy Chief Ministers. Both the DCM posts are allotted according to race.

          Guan Eng has laready kicked out two of his Malay DCMs. In the eight years that DAP has ruled Penang, the state is looking at its third(!) Malay DCM.

          And DAP is very racist. Guan Eng has absolute power. His deputies are only ethnic window dressing. P. Ramasamy has been filling the Indian DCM quota from Day 1.

          With the two earlier Malay DCMs being kicked out, Ramasamy has seniority over the current Malay DCM.

          Yet in Penang, the DCM (I) position is reserved for the Malay guy while the Indian guy remains as DCM (II) due to his ethnic glass ceiling. i.e. Ramasamy is never going to be promoted to DCM (I) while however junior the next Malay nominee is, this fourth (or fifth) Malay guy will nonetheless still get the DCM (I) post in DAP-Penang.

          Given the DAP’s history of political garnishing, WiT’s prediction that a DAP-led federal government will create new positions according to ethnic quota – say PM Malay, DPM Chinese DAP, Vice PMs Indian, Iban and Kadazan – is not far off the mark.

          After all, DAP had demanded that Azmin Ali create a new and totally redundant post of Selangor Deputy Speaker (II) as a reward for the evangelical party’s backing of the Kajang Move.

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          • 85. What Is This  |  March 2, 2016 at 5:43 pm

            I didn’t say that Helen. Calvin said that. You need to get some rest otherwise how are you supposed to fight these Pakatuns ? But I agree that under this DAP led gov everything under the sky is possible including posts for just about anyone. Why not a Deputy Chief Minister post for the Thais ? They are found in Kedah and Penang in considerable number too. Better still a law minister in the PMO for each ethnic group. That will surely appease just about anyone.

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            • 86. Helen Ang  |  March 2, 2016 at 5:53 pm

              Sorry. Lost in ‘translation’/thread.

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  • 87. Zack  |  March 1, 2016 at 11:36 am

    Indeed you are correct about Tun and his macais, Helen! Good riddance.
    Dia dah 3 kali keluar UMNO. Kalau cerai ni maksudnya dah jatuh talak 3. Kalau nak kawen balik kena guna cina buta. Haha.
    Maksudnya kalau nak masuk UMNO balik nanti dia kena buat parti baru dulu.:)

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    • 88. Helen Ang  |  March 1, 2016 at 8:41 pm

      re: “jatuh talak 3. Kalau nak kawen balik kena guna cina buta. Haha.”

      Hahaha. Cina apek Grandpapa tu.

      re: “Maksudnya kalau nak masuk UMNO balik nanti dia kena buat parti baru dulu.”

      ROTFL

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  • 89. RD.  |  March 1, 2016 at 11:46 am

    Demi 1MDB, Najib akan merosakkan imej Islam dengan lebih teruk lagi.

    Baru-baru ini di Sarawak, dia telah berjanji bahawa Yayasan-1MDB akan menaja 150 (Imam la kot) untuk Umrah atau Haji.

    Saya syorkan Mufti-Mufti atau Majlis Raja-Raja, batalkan cadangan ini. Apakah tujuan sebenar 1MDB menaja? Untuk buktikan bahawa 1MDB mendapat untung dari menjual harta-pusaka Rakyat?
    Untuk memperbaiki emej 1MDB, dimata Rakyat beragama Islam dengan ‘merasuah’ 150 orang, termasuk kaum keluarga mereka?
    Afdal ke, hantar Rakyat pergi Haji, guna WANG Rakyat dengan berhutang atas nama Rakyat?

    1MDB ditubuhkan dengan berhutang dan Rakyat yang menanggung hutang itu. Nak bayar interest keatas hutang pun terpaksa berhutang lagi, dari mana datang WANG untuk menaja 150 pergi Umrah/Haji. 1MDB bukan berhutang dengan Baitulmal, TH, Yapiem atau Lembaga Zakat. Oleh yang demikian, Rakyat bukan beragama Islam juga punyai hak, atas apa yang 1MDB gunakan WANG hutang itu.

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  • 90. Melayu Malaysia  |  March 1, 2016 at 4:42 pm

    Tun resigning (or leaving UMNO) did not create a big impact. The newspapers are kind of silently polite.

    Tun M wanted to end it this way, i.e not an UMNO member. Hence the record in one day and out the next. Just like fashion. So let it be and let us all move on.

    Us ordinary joes and janes, will live till our time is up. And we will not wake up richer when the next politician leave the party. We still have to wake up early and look for our rezeki.

    After this, can anybody trust the Mahathir clan anymore? Surprisingly, eminent daughter is rather quiet in all this rumble.

    Let the ride into the sunset, billions in the bank (combine). Melayu tidak akan lupa apa Che Det dah buat…. Tun yang sudah lupa, atau pura pura lupa….

    Still, thank you for the 22 years of leadership. Good or bad you were our PM

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  • 91. abdullah  |  March 1, 2016 at 6:55 pm

    Kak Helen,

    Jika akak ingat ini adalah war of perception, sekali lagi akak tersilap.

    Bush Junior dulu pernah berkata “You are either with us or you are against us in the fight against terror, there’s no in between” dalam hujah songsangnya untuk axis of evil, dan sekarang tentera2 cyber Ahjib Ngor ingin menggunakan pendekatan yang serupa.

    Hakikatnya, Tun yang berjaya dalam UBAH dari ABU kepada Asal Bukan Najib.

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    • 92. Helen Ang  |  March 1, 2016 at 8:22 pm

      Tun yang melancarkan perang ke atas Umno, bekas partinya.

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      • 93. tebing tinggi  |  March 1, 2016 at 10:26 pm

        Should we blamed others to show that we are in the right direction ,blamed game are very fond be played by the opposition .

        Nobody in the right mind would like to burned their own house ,unless the house is badly infested ,or the big snake inside is dangerous for the whole kampong does make it wise to burned the house .

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        • 94. Helen Ang  |  March 2, 2016 at 4:18 am

          Betul lah tu. Tun marahkan nyamuk, bakar kelambu.

          Tun nekad bakar rumah (Umno) hanya kerana mahu usir Najib.

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  • 95. truth  |  March 1, 2016 at 7:18 pm

    Abu al-‘Abbas ‘Abdullah bin ‘Abbas(ra) reports:
    “One day I was riding (a horse/camel) behind the Prophet, peace and blessings be upon him, when he said, ‘Young man, I will teach you some words. Be mindful of God, and He will take care of you. Be mindful of Him, and you shall find Him at your side. If you ask, ask of God. If you need help, seek it from God. Know that if the whole world were to gather together in order to help you, they would not be able to help you except if God had written so. And if the whole world were to gather together in order to harm you, they would not harm you except if God had written so. The pens have been lifted, and the pages are dry.’ ”

    DS NAJIB SHLD NOT LOOK TO HIS RIGHT OR LEFT FOR ANYONE’S HELP, INSTEAD HE SHOULD LOOK STRAIGHT FOR ALLAH’S HELP.

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    • 96. Abdullah  |  March 1, 2016 at 10:16 pm

      Shouldn’t we be worried about our ultimate destination at this late stage in life?

      “Two angels will come to him, make him (the deceased) sit up and ask him, ‘Who is your Lord?’ He (the faithful soul) will reply, ‘My Lord is Allah.’ They will then ask, ‘What is your religion?’ and he will reply, ‘My religion is Islam.’ They will ask, ‘Who is the man who was sent among you?’ and he will say, ‘He is the Messenger of Allah.’ They will then ask, ‘What was the source of your knowledge?’ and he will reply, ‘I have read Allah’s Book, believed in it, and declared it to be true.’” (Sahih Bukhari, vol. 2, no.456)

      “Verily, We sent the Scripture down to you in truth, so worship God with sincere devotion.”
      (Qur’an 39:2)

      ———–

      The renowned Sufi, Abu Yazid – may God’s mercy be upon him – mostly went on the hajj pilgrimage on foot. He had completed the hajj 70 times. One day he saw many people on the pilgrim route extremely distressed for lack of water and some were perishing. Then he caught sight of a dog near a well around which the pilgrims were crowded; they were pushing and shoving one another for the water. The dog glanced hopefully at Abu Yazid, and the inspiration came to him: “Get some water for this dog!”

      So he called out, “Who will buy a pious pilgrim a drink of water?”
      But no one paid any attention. He continued: “5 accepted pilgrimages on foot …, 6, … 7?” he kept on counting until he reached 70. Then someone shouted, “I will give it to you!” The thought occurred to Abu Yazid”s mind: “Good for me – I’ve spent 70 pilgrimages on foot for this drink of water!”

      But as he put the bowl of water in front of the dog, it turned its face away! Abu Yazid fell on his face in shame. An inner voice chastised him: “For how long will you say to yourself, ‘I did this and I did that for the sake of Allah? Don’t you see that even a dog doesn’t accept that?’ ”

      Abu Yazid exclaimed, “I truthfully repent, forever do I renounce such thoughts!” At once the dog turned its face into the water and began drinking fervently.

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      • 97. truth  |  March 3, 2016 at 12:07 am

        in the quran Allah SWT says :

        Say: “Verily, my Salah, my sacrifice, my living, and my dying ARE FOR ALLAH, the Lord of all that exists. He has no partner. And of this I have been commanded, and I am the first of the Muslims.”

        So who do you obey and follow, Allah Subhanahu wa Taala and His command or that sufi man ?

        do you deny what Allah has commanded in the quran ?

        i don’t know who this abu yazid is but sufism is a deviant sect. they created lots of innovations of which not the teaching of prophet (s.a.w.) or from quran. in fact their teaching are against the 2 major and only sources of islamic teaching i.e. quran and hadith.

        no one has the right to change what is in the quran or what the Messenger of Allah had taught i.e. hadith. nor anyone has the right to make new things/teachings in islam. After the death of prophet (s.a.w.) revelation had stopped.

        Allah declared in the quran :

        “This day I have perfected for you your religion and completed My favor upon you and have approved for you Islam as religion.”

        as for ijtihad only great ulamas capable of doing it e.g. the 4 imams abu hanifah, as-syafie, malik, ahmad ibn hanbal.

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        • 98. Abdullah  |  March 3, 2016 at 3:20 pm

          Bismillahir Rahmanir Rahim

          “Praise be to the Lord of the Universe,
          Most Compassionate and Merciful,
          Sovereign of the Day of Judgement.
          Thee do we worship, Thine aid do we seek.
          Lead us on the Straight Way.
          The Way upon which Thou has bestowed Thy graces,
          Not that upon which is Thy wrath,
          Nor the ways which lead astray.” (Quran, The Opening)

          *Sufism (tasawwuf) is noble character (akhlaqul karim)
          He who is ahead of you in good character
          Is ahead of you in Sufism*

          Imam Abu Hanifa r.a. once said, “If it were not for two years of my life, I would have perished. For two years I accompanied
          Hazrat (Venerable) Jaffar as-Sadiq r.a. through whom I acquired the spiritual knowledge that made me a knower in the Way (ariffin billah).” [Ad-Durr Al-Mukhthar, Vol. 1]

          It also mentions in the book Ad-Durr Al-Mukhtar that Hazrat Ibn Abidin r.a. reported: “Hazrat Abu Ali Dakkak, one of the Sufi saints, received the teachings of the path from Hazrat Abul Qasim an-Nasarabadi, who received it from Hazrat Shibli, who received it from Hazrat Sari as-Saqati, who received it from Hazrat Maruf al-Kharqi, who received it from Hazrat Dawud at-Tai, who received the knowledge – both the external and internal – from Imam Abu Hanifa who supported the Sufi spiritual path.”
          _____

          Imam Malik r.a. is well-known for his saying:
          “man tasawaffa wa lam yatafaqa faqad tazandaqa, wa man tafaqaha wa lam yatasawaf faqad tafasaq, wa man tasawaffa wa tafaqaha faqad tahaqaq” which means:

          “Whoever studies Tasawwuf (spiritual discipline) without Fiqh (jurisprudence) becomes a heretic (zandaqa), and whoever studies Fiqh without Tasawwuf becomes corrupted (fasaqa), but whoever studies Tasawwuf together with Fiqh will find the Truth and Reality (Haqq) of Islam.”

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  • 99. Lousy.Engineer  |  March 1, 2016 at 9:42 pm

    Did Nazri Aziz just called Dr M “kaki gaduh” (at around 2:24)? Lol

    http://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/videos/2016/03/01/kalau-tun-razak-masih-hidup-mesti-mahathir-ajak-gaduh-nazri/

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  • 100. Equalizer.  |  March 2, 2016 at 12:08 am

    Helen, after reading all the comments above, they are all in one way or the other after arguing, are indicating Tun is very clean, Najib is very clean, TSMY is very clean, LKS is very clean, Anwar is very clean, Tun’s children are very clean, LGE is very clean. So and so is corrupted and therefore must be removed, and after removal some of those above will become ministers.

    We Malaysians are very funny indeed. To me, if you want to remove somebody by accusing him to be corrupted, then well and good BUT he then must be removed by somebody who is clean. CLEAN.

    How can corrupted persons or more corrupted persons go around shouting that he wanted another person he accused being corrupted, to be removed? Think!!!

    We Malaysians have better brains, so think carefully. Don’t be swept by dirty politicians who are full of ulterior motives to take you to hell.

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    • 101. Akim  |  March 2, 2016 at 8:16 am

      Asking “How can corrupted persons .. go around shouting that he wanted another person he accused being corrupted, to be removed?” implies allowing the country to be full of corrupted persons simply because no one can accuse or ask anybody corrupt be removed.

      In the first place there is no proof that those “shouting” against the accused are corrupt.

      Yes, do exercise better thinking and show having better brains. It’s shallow mindedness – and certainly not better brains – to imply that politicians don’t have ulterior motives. All of them have “undisclosed, undivulged, concealed, hidden, covert, secret, personal” motives in one way, at one time, or another, Those are the synonyms for “ulterior”.

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    • 102. What Is This  |  March 2, 2016 at 8:37 am

      I never said Najib and co are clean. In fact on numerous occasions I have pointed out that Najib and co are not clean. The thing with these pro old man people is that they say the old man is clean. I have said before that all you have to do is look at the old man’s record as PM over 22 years. How many of his cronies became rich ? How did his children became rich in just a few years ? These people never said anything. All they do is point at Najib and co and say they are dirty. If the opposition and their supporters are deemed delusional then these pro old man supporters are downright pathetic.

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      • 103. Akim  |  March 2, 2016 at 3:27 pm

        Whether the old man is clean or not does not matter much now. The current problem is Najib being perceived as not clean yet continuing to run the country – the old man is not ruling any more.

        Take a case – or more – against the old man as and when you get the proofs but right now the problem is Najib likely to bring UMNO/BN down at PRU14. But if you are DAP shit kind, of course you’d be gloating. No doubt you’d deny the many allegations of DAP dirty-ness since a long time ago. Ronald Liu spoke publicly about high level money politics putting him out of the Selangor DAP Chief’s post in favour of Teresa Kok. And, in recent times, endless accusations against DAP getting money from Israel, from cronies as land sales commission, profit shares and kickbacks from big projects in Penang.

        Not to digress – where do you put your head to the reports on Chairman Mohd Bakke resigning twice over the mismanagement of 1MDB, belated and half-hearted admission of the RM2.6 billion being in Najib’s personal bank account, no report to UMNO or RoS, and so many other non-regular acts and omissions concerning the 1MDB and RM2.6 billion?

        Are you not worse than pathetic? Blind, deaf, crazy maybe?

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        • 104. What Is This  |  March 2, 2016 at 5:31 pm

          So what you’re saying is that it didn’t matter how dirty the old man was when he was PM ? Like a robber robbing a bank only to realize that someone else did or is doing an even better job robbing banks so the first robber is not as bad as this new robber so therefore dealing with this new robber is the most important thing while the first robber gets to keep his looting ? Is that what you’re saying ? Now come one. Don’t lie. You just admitted that the old man is as dirty as Najib only that it didn’t matter because the past is the past and besides Najib is better than the old man in robbing this country. Right ? Who’s pathetic ?

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          • 105. Akim  |  March 2, 2016 at 6:46 pm

            Getting so petty. And all kinds of stupid interpretations, not accepting or even acknowledging the explanations already made. How to reply to a nitwit like this.

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  • 106. RINA  |  March 2, 2016 at 3:16 am

    Dalam blog helen ang ada orang kata dia dengaq Aljazeera kata lepaih WSJ kata macam NYT kata lebih kurang macam Sarawak Report kata yang ada orang lain kata kat satu orang yang kata kat kawan atok dia yang cucu dia dengaq Tony Chua kata Sarawak Report yang kata depa dengaq dari ada oghang kata oghang Swiss bank kata kat oghang Singapore bank yang depa dengaq Sarawak Report kata macam dalam blog2 lain yang kata dia pun dengaq Aljazeera kata lepaih WSJ kata macam NYT kata lebih kurang macam Sarawak Report kata yang ada orang lain kata kat satu orang yang kata kat kawan atok dia yang cucu dia dengaq Tony Chua kata yang Sarawak Report kata depa dengaq dari ada oghang kata oghang Swiss bank kata kat Singapore bank yang depa dengaq Sarawak Report.

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    • 107. Akim  |  March 2, 2016 at 10:58 am

      Komen komen yang bagus, betul dan tidak mengarut saya tak jawab.

      Komen komen yg tak betul, saya beri penerangan dan hujah hujah membetulkan nya. Mana yg mengarut saya jawab hanya utk menunjukkan penulis nya mengarut dan otak nya kecil.

      Biasa nya tak di jawab, tak kisah jika penulis nya kecik hati dan, jika dia perempuan, merasa “fury like a woman scorned.”

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      • 108. Aku Melayu  |  March 2, 2016 at 10:09 pm

        We never say Najib is clean. All politicians are corrupt including the former ‘Good Doctor’. I support Najib because he is the PM . I used to support Mahathir when he was the PM even though everyone knew he was corrupt to the core. If Najib is ousted, who will be taking his place? The dumb looking Moo? The gangster Zahid? The senile Mahathir? Currently we have no one else except Najib. So just cut the crap and let give our undivided support to the current PM, because orang lain bukan saja berkurap tapi juga sudah bernanah!

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        • 109. crappy to the core  |  March 2, 2016 at 11:14 pm

          “I used to support Mahathir when he was the PM even though everyone knew he was corrupt to the core. If Najib is ousted, who will be taking his place?”

          Why don’t you give a trrryyy?

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      • 110. RINA  |  March 2, 2016 at 10:54 pm

        Wow jangan main2 ..”fury like a woman scorned”.

        Dulu Ummi Hafilda Ali wrote a letter to the then Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad to report on the then deputy prime minister’s wrongdoings…

        Hmmm sikalang pula another woman, Ms Rewcastle-Brown dok kata pasai 1MDB including allegations that 2.6b transferred into Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak’s personal accounts.

        Yang lain2 sekadar macam Clover aje…

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        • 111. shamshul anuar  |  March 2, 2016 at 11:58 pm

          Helen,

          Tun is no ordinary politician. He led Malaysia for 22 years. But Tun is like us too, mere mortals.

          As for Islamic tradition(that dictates malay cultures), only Prophet can claim absolute loyalty. And Tun is not the Prophet.

          Many Malays actually are angry at Najib. But that does not mean they are happy to see Tun in alliance with UMNO’s archrival: DAP.

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  • 112. Abangrani Kulup  |  March 3, 2016 at 2:06 am

    politics is just like professional wrestling, sekejap baik orang sorang, sekejap jahat orang boo..but me personally, was once before impressed with mahathir, after listened that his brain is smart like batu cincin, but later after kena tipu and kena kacau sama bangsa mamak, i honestly n personally started to understand who the hell is this mahathir, yeah, mamak yg suka pecah belah melayu…divide n conquer…may be he inherited that from his fore2father whom they had learned from british during colonization of india era….ok la…

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    • 113. truth  |  March 3, 2016 at 6:41 am

      RE : “mamak yg suka pecah belah melayu…divide n conquer…may be he inherited that from his fore2father whom they had learned from british during colonization of india era”

      tak yah la nak menghina bangsa lain. cina ka india ka jepun ka mat saleh ka, Tuhan yg bawak depa mai kat dunia ni hang tak leh nak buat apa. hang tu pun tak mintak kat Tuhan nak mai kat dunia ni dan hang tak dak choice pun nak jadi melayu ka mamak ka africa ka, so awat yg dok racist sgt.

      pasai dok pecah belah masyarakat melayu tak yah dok menyalahkan bangsa lain sgt. sebenaqnya bangsa melayu sendiri yg pecah belah bangsa dia sendiri, tengok kat politik la ni, bangsa melayu yg paling kecoh. kalau bangsa kita ni okay tak gaduh sama sendiri takkan berani aihh bangsa2 lain tu.

      Kadang2 orang melayu memang patut dipanggil bodo.
      ni la kalau nama sj islam tp ajarannya letak kat belakang. ramai yg solat tp bila tanya apa maksud al fatihah, haram tak tau. solat dah berpuluh tahun. surah yg mulia ni 7 ayat pendek sj. kalau nak hapai terjemahan dia ambik brapa minit sj.

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      • 114. Akim  |  March 3, 2016 at 8:44 am

        Hang bodoh sangat ka mengata “orang melayu memang patut dipanggil bodo” walau kadang2 pun? Hang tak belajaq Sejarah ka, tak tau semua bangsa di dunia nih ada baik tak baik nya, ada masa naik maju, ada masa meleret, ada beberapa bangsa yang telah hilang di dunia pun. Hang google lah, boleh tahu lanjut.

        Egyptians dah 5,000 tahun, ha nya boleh tunjuk “relics of antiquity”, Aswan Dam dan tarak apa lain. India pun 4,500 tahun, baru la ni nak naik. China 4,500 thaun jugak, baru 1-2 dekad yg lalu naik ekonomi nya dan sekarang “economic bubble” depa dah mula pecah.

        Hang dan sorang lagi dok keluoq Hadith tak habih2, awat ha? Hangpa tau ka ada lebih 1 juta Hadith – Bukhari saja kumpui lk 600,000 (dia hafal ha nya 200,000), Sayuti, Muslim dll pun kumpui banyak Hadith jugak. Tarak sapa boleh ingat semua Hadith, jadi bila hang gunakan satu satu Hadith, tarak sapa boleh pi cari kesahihan Hadith tuh, jadi mana yang nak tipu, boleh kata saja, bilang itu Hadith.

        Hang tak tau ka ada penjangak Wakil Rakyat DAP boleh menipu samapi baca ayyat Qur’an masa berucap?

        Kan baguih hang coba terekan politikus2 yang buat tak betui sebab dah banyak sangat karenah sumbang depa buat di negara ini walau pun tunjuk warak, pi Umrah dll, mcm Najib dok buat la ni.

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        • 115. truth  |  March 3, 2016 at 2:32 pm

          hadith yg aku quote semua hadith sahih. aku bukan ahli bid’ah. pakai kaut semua x check dulu.

          melayu memang bodo walaupun x semua

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  • 116. Mad Hatter  |  March 3, 2016 at 6:22 am

    So Tun M and Najib are like Stone Cold vs The Rock?

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  • 117. RD.  |  March 3, 2016 at 12:02 pm

    Siding with Najib doesn’t make Helen support Rosmah’s RM2 million in her personal account?

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    • 118. RINA  |  March 3, 2016 at 1:55 pm

      What is RM2m today ma?

      She just buy 2 or 3 properties @RM250 kat Bangsar masa muda2, atau pak mertua, mak mertua dan tokwan mertua kasi wedding gifts (rumah sebiji), goyang kaki aje for her to have RM2m anytime tau.

      Haiyaa.. Sikalang women2 yang Akim kata “fury like a women scorned” yang sekadar dok rumah goyang kaki kami cerdik2 belaka melabur, melabur hartanah aje pun wang boleh melayang2 masuk! Tak payah telioq duit oghang.

      Belajar la sikit how to make easy money. Kalau payah sangat dapat duit diNegara sendiri, hantaq anak2 kerja luaq Negara, Singapore pun dekat.. Bulan2 extra RM10K easy they can buy 2 properties in strategic areas kat Malaysia..

      Tak payah dok nunggu dedak dari TDM atau Najib.

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      • 119. RINA  |  March 3, 2016 at 3:18 pm

        Owh soli, RM250 tak cukup. RM250K baru bole beli rumah kat Bangsar tahun 1980. Beli in the ’80s kat Bangsar hang pi tengok berapa harga sikalang? What is RM250K properties to people like Rosmah?

        Tok Moyang cikHelen pun bole derma puluhan acrea tanah Tanjung kepada charity, masakan tokwan hangpa nak sedekah sebiji rumah kat cucu2 anak menantu tak mampu?

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  • 120. Mad Hatter  |  March 3, 2016 at 1:18 pm

    Future;

    PM – Muhyiddin
    DPM – Mukhriz

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  • 121. Zack  |  March 3, 2016 at 4:53 pm

    Helen,

    You are correct again as Mahathir and Opposition will hold a joint press conference tomorrow. http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/332557

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    • 122. Helen Ang  |  March 3, 2016 at 5:58 pm

      I’m also correct about the Protuns. My latest blog post, freshly pressed —

      https://helenang.wordpress.com/2016/03/03/tun-to-head-easter-sunday-parade/

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      • 123. RINA  |  March 3, 2016 at 6:30 pm

        Alhamdulillah,

        the same old gang are finally meeting up, dengan penuh harapan semoga mesyuarat tersebut akan memberi banyak keinsafan pada diri masing2.

        Hope the meeting room pasang banyak MIRRORs sekeliling. Sambil cakap senang bole cermin diri sendiri.

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