Tun: “the BN govt may have to resign”

March 7, 2016 at 1:25 am 62 comments

“Well, the first thing is that the BN government may have to resign if Najib is no longer the leader. They need to find another leader,” said Tun Dr Mahathir during his rainbow coalition press conference on Friday (March 4).

If Najib Razak is successfully ousted as Umno president or as Prime Minister, then his administration will have to resign in tandem is what Tun is saying.

Listen to the video below, beginning at minute 59:55, to hear the words straight from the horse’s mouth.

Tun Declaration

Tidak lain dan tidak bukan Tun bersekongkol dengan DAP

Following the Mahathir Declaration, I don’t see how any Protun can still maintain that Dr Mahathir only wants the ouster of Najib without it having any knock-on effect on Umno or BN.

It’s impossible to topple Najib alone and at the same time leave Umno unscathed.

As Tun himself conceded – see video – “the BN government may have to resign if Najib is no longer the leader”. There’s no guarantee that once they agree to step down, the BN will be able to regain Putrajaya under a new leader be it Muhyiddin, Zahid or Hishammuddin.

And for Tun to acknowledge “the BN government may have to resign” indicates that the ex-premier has no scruples about the fall of the present BN administration under Najib. If BN needs to be brought down in order for Najib to be removed, then Tun is quite willing for this to happen.

In fact, Tun is even willing to bersekongkol with the DAP to make it happen.

Two face in one

ABOVE: Two faces in one

Tun and Kit Siang morphing into each other

Nowadays, Tun is beginning to sound like Lim Kit Siang.

The Mahathir Declaration, which Tun publicly read out on Friday, concluded on the following note:

We call upon all Malaysians, irrespective of race, religion, political affiliation, creed or parties, young and old to join us in saving Malaysia from the government headed by Najib, to pave the way for much needed democratic and institutional reforms, and to restore the important principle of the separation of powers among the executive, legislature and judiciary which will ensure the independence, credibility, professionalism and integrity of our national institutions.”

What was spoken by Tun above are actually Lim Kit Siang’s usual and favourite words. Hearing the turn of phrase emanating from Tun is like watching a ventriloquist (Kit Siang) at work.

So now Tun is persuaded to going along the DAP trademark route of “irrespective of race and religion”.

In the short video clip below, you can hear Kit Siang say almost the same thing, i.e.

“that must be our call which must go out from this hall to all Malaysians, 30 million Malaysians, regardless of race, religion, region, politics, individuals to come together to save Malaysia from becoming a failed state and a rogue state”

Kit Siang Declaration

Tun dodged the hard questions

One of the reporters at the Friday event pointed out to Tun that DAP is the strongest opposition party with the most number of Parliament seats in Pakatan Harapan. Logically an opposition win will put the DAP in the driver’s seat.

Tun offered no convincing reply as to this future scenario of DAP becoming numero uno. He could only respond lamely that we cannot hold back DAP from contesting the election — “kalau orang nak sokong, itu dia punya hak dapat sokongan”.

Fixated on his bete noire, Tun repeatedly told the press conference, “We want Najib to be out” / “He should leave now”. Nonetheless, he evaded questions on who is to replace Najib — “itu soal kedua, soal pertama ialah penyingkiran Datuk Seri Najib”

Azmin Ali echoed Tun, saying, “Najib must be removed immediately”.

Azmin, who was seated right beside Tun at the press conference, looks a likely successor in Tun’s books. But if it is Azmin who steps up to the plate, then the Tun-approved next government will be the opposition comprising PKR-DAP-PAN dll.

This means that Tun is throwing Umno under the bus.

sailormoon

Malay moles on the DAP payroll

Some Umno rejects are trying to convince their fellow Malays that they should remain “neutral”. For ordinary Malays to become apathetic fence-sitters (who’re reluctant to take sides) is exactly what the DAP wants.

DAP is confident that 95 percent of the Chinese are already in the bag and rabidly gung ho for the opposition.

On the other hand, with the hate campaign going full swing against Najib, DAP hopes that the eroding support for Umno – led by an unpopular president – will eventually dip below 40 percent. A large scale abstention or revolt by the Malay electorate will hand a close victory to the DAP by default.

These disgruntled Malay moles (unwanted by Umno and turning to cari makan with DAP) are churning out lies and fallacies to lull the Malay community into complacency despite that abata is clearly under attack.

Malay turncoats on the DAP payroll are pushing a disingenuous “non-partisan” propaganda to encourage other Malays to pull back or disengage from the fray. The real purpose of the DAP proxies promoting “neutrality” and “non-partisanship” is to dilute the commitment of the average pro-establishment Malay to the parti Melayu.

Mat Sabu Guan Eng touch sentuh

Neutrality is suicidal when Christian-led opposition already in war mode

Just as how Mat Sabu is a stooge of Lim Guan Eng, the downline likewise comprises emotionally overwrought and mentally unstable Malays who allow themselves to be hijacked by Dapsters to further the DAP cause.

Former Johor DAP deputy chairman Norman Fernandez is someone who is familiar with how his former party plays the game. DAP has tried various sneaky ways and means to hoodwink the Malay public such as wearing tudung, reciting Quranic verses, citing Hadiths and joining the fast during Ramadan.

Their cybertroopers are everywhere in social media masquerading as Malay and Muslim commenters but not always succeeding as they fall short on getting the nuances right. Hence as an alternative to their less-than-successful Chinese cytros, the DAP is roping in real Malays to conduct their Black Ops.

It is for this reason that Norman Fernandez warned the unsuspecting Malay individual against falling prey to “Melayu tipu Melayu“.

The Mahathir Declaration is an open admission that Protuns are hand in glove with the Dapsters. From this moment onwards, pro-establishment Malays must always be wary that peripherally Umno Malays can be working under the DAP directive.

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62 Comments Add your own

  • 1. MeorUSA  |  March 7, 2016 at 2:18 am

    “Nowadays, Tun is beginning to sound like Lim Kit Siang.”
    May I add if Lim Kit Siang also beginning to sound like Tun,…Emmm….we don’t need UMNO or DAP.
    I am for it.

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    • 2. Zack  |  March 7, 2016 at 8:44 am

      Lol. Another naive statement. Speak for yourself lah. Don’t need to use “we”.
      This LKS speaks with a forked tongue. Just as Mahathir. Munafik.

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      • 3. MeorUSA  |  March 7, 2016 at 9:44 am

        Lol…censorship.Politician do what they do best.We here to bring the “malu aku” one down.

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      • 4. Hussin abdulRahman  |  March 8, 2016 at 9:10 am

        I am writing a book titled 100 toxic Malaysians…look like I have to include several more names following the latest happenings.

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  • 5. IT.Scheiss  |  March 7, 2016 at 4:00 am

    “that must be our call which must go out from this hall to all Malaysians, 30 million Malaysians, regardless of race, religion, region, politics, individuals to come together to save Malaysia from becoming a failed state and a rogue state”

    It will be interesting to see how the 30 million Malaysian voters (minus those under 21) will actually vote in the 14th GE, especially those in rural constituencies who so fare have delivered the seats in parliament for UMNO.

    Until then, I’d rather not spend too much time and energy on speculation over the outcome.

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  • 6. Akim  |  March 7, 2016 at 7:33 am

    The video acoustic is lousy, so I will depend on Helen’s interpretation on what Tun Dr Mahathir said at the Deklarasi Rakyat.

    “Well, the first thing is that the BN government may have to resign if Najib is no longer the leader. They need to find another leader,” Tun said, in answer to a media question. Note, it’s an impromptu answer, not a pre-planned and deliberate proposal.

    The operative words are “the BN government may have to resign”. Those words are emphatically tentative, not bearing such mandatory words as “shall” or “must” resign. It certainly connotes the idea that, if and when Najib falls, it’ll no longer be a Najib Government.

    The possible scenario will be: Najib withdraws due to relentless public pressure and a new UMNO leader will take over from Najib, refuses to advise the YDP Agong to call for general elections (the only method of possibly making the UMNO/BN government go) and continue with the UMNO/BN government. I’d certainly like that.

    The other possible scenario is: Najib is removed by UMNO. But when doing so, his replacement must be announced, he will call on the YDP Agong for the royal assent and is officially appointed as PM and the UMNO/BN government continues. I’d like that, too.

    Yet another possible scenario: Chaos erupts as a result of the endless public pressure … I don’t even want to discuss that as it’d be seditious to do so. And I believe the Police will be able to handle the situation, assisted by the Military if necessary.

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    • 7. Mat Bonk  |  March 7, 2016 at 9:26 am

      Which is the correct answer? The one hat you subscribe to?

      Is there marking scheme of what constitute the correct answer?

      Mat Bonk

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    • 8. Mat Bonk  |  March 7, 2016 at 9:32 am

      Think, think. When Mahadir resign, BN resign? When Badawi took over?

      Think, think again… When Khalid resign, Azmin took over, Fuckatan resign?

      Errr… fresh one. When Mukhriz resign, Bashah took over… BN resign….

      Or… Adnan Satem took over ftom Taib Mahmood… BN resign deh???

      Mat Bonk

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      • 9. Helen Ang  |  March 7, 2016 at 9:44 am

        Don’t be disingenuous. All of the above were peaceful power transitions.

        Najib has no intention of resigning. You wanna share us how the oppo is going to make Najib quit? Through agitating an Arab Spring uprising, is it?

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  • 10. beastofburden  |  March 7, 2016 at 7:42 am

    It would never have come to this if Najib had given the correct answers from the beginning.

    Instead of giving rubbish answers over and over that has no value and trying to make fools of everyone.

    Everything is hearsay, nothing has been substantiated .

    Great example would be the PAC, now the investigation is under OSA.

    The answers Najib and his coterie have given is easy to understand if you are 5 to 7 years old, they will be able to telan bulat bulat no questions asked,

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    • 11. tebing tinggi  |  March 7, 2016 at 4:23 pm

      Cant expect much , Tun wont have to go that far ,if the system is running well .

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  • 12. RINA  |  March 7, 2016 at 8:03 am

    Same old old faces, same old old stories, same old old tunes, same old old plots. Haiyaaa.

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    • 13. Akim  |  March 7, 2016 at 9:32 am

      Our English Teacher, when angry, told us, “Little amuses the nuisance. What more the fool.”

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      • 14. Afin  |  March 7, 2016 at 10:32 am

        Our philosophy professor, when angry, told us, “We can easily forgive a child who is afraid of the dark; the real tragedy of life is when men are afraid of the light.”.

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        • 15. Akim  |  March 7, 2016 at 12:04 pm

          And they use the Official Secrets Act to prevent us from seeing the light.

          Like the Auditor General’s comments on 1MDB accounts that one is not sure whether even MPs can read them.

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          • 16. Afin  |  March 7, 2016 at 8:10 pm

            I repeat, we can easily forgive a child who is afraid of the dark; the real tragedy of life is when men are afraid of the light.

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  • 17. Akim  |  March 7, 2016 at 9:19 am

    “There’s no guarantee that once they agree to step down, the BN will be able to regain Putrajaya under a new leader be it Muhyiddin, Zahid or Hishammuddin.” –

    My opinion is that “they” won’t agree to step down just like that and hand over the government to others. But, with relentless pressure, Najib’s name blackened by the 1MDB and RM2.6 billion unresolved issues, all sorts of accusations thrown at him, UMNO’s prospect of winning PRU14 dimming by the day, “they” might ask Najib to step down and and ask a replacement to seek an audience with YDP Agong with UMNO’s mandate to ask for the royal assent and official appointment as PM. Hence, the issue of BN regaining Putrajaya does not arise. Who the replacement will be is immaterial at this stage.

    They cannot expect the 1MDB and RM2.6 billion issues resolved just like that. The PAC Chairman can’t even decide what report to present to Parliament. At first implied the entire Auditor General’s Final Report cannot be tabled as it’s under the Official Secrets Act. Then the Deputy Home Minister said only the “attachments to the Report” are classified and not for public knowledge.

    But isn’t that utterly unwitting? (I am straining to avoid the word often used to describe follies). In all honesty, can anyone expect the public to believe that Najib or the Government has nothing to hide by making the Auditor General’s comments secret? Do they think the rakyat is unclever? How absurd. Ludicrous.

    The 1MDB and RM2.6 billion issues will go on and on until Najib resigns or is replaced by UMNO. What Tun has done was to make more and more of the rakyat aware of the issues. Whether in Machiavellian ways or not is not the issue. So long as the laws are not broken. And he has dozens of lawyers ready to represent him in case he is accused of breaking the laws – five of them were beside him when the Police interviewed him recently.

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    • 18. Helen Ang  |  March 7, 2016 at 10:09 am

      re: “Najib’s name blackened by the 1MDB and RM2.6 billion unresolved issues”

      The RM2.6b issue is already resolved. AG said case closed. The donation was provided by a Saudi royal. Saudi Arabia has not denied Najib’s story and only very recently the Kingdom hosted Najib.

      If Najib was telling lies about the donation, there would have been a diplomatic row between Saudi Arabia and Malaysia.

      re: “all sorts of accusations thrown at him”

      That’s what the oppo do best.

      All sorts of accusations thrown at me too. If one were to believe the accusations, then you must think that I’m a fire-breathing winged monster with two horns and a spiked tail. These oppo people can simply and concoct lies without batting an eyelid.

      re: “Umno’s prospect of winning PRU14 dimming by the day, ‘they’ might ask Najib to step down

      (1) Neither Umno nor BN are going to ask Najib to step down

      (2) The opposition, needless to say, has been asking Najib to step down but he is not compelled to listen to them

      They can try to force him to do so. I’d like to know how. The only way seems to be to spark chaos and anarchy – which the opposition is not averse to doing.

      re: “They cannot expect the 1MDB and RM2.6 billion issues resolved just like that.”

      The donation issue is case closed. The 1MDB issue will soon be case closed after the Auditor-General’s and the PAC reports are examined.

      re: “Then the Deputy Home Minister said only the ‘attachments to the Report’ are classified and not for public knowledge.”

      Before Najib came to power, and before there was any 1MDB, a number of government documents were restricted access. This is par fo”r the course.

      re: In all honesty, can anyone expect the public to believe that Najib or the Government has nothing to hide by making the Auditor General’s comments secret?”

      The public is being bombarded by a stream of lies from the opposition.

      re: “Do they think the rakyat is unclever?”

      I think readers who continue to be hoodwinked by Annie Anakin are most certainly “unclever”. There are too many gullible people out there.

      re: “The 1MDB and RM2.6 billion issues will go on and on”

      Like how Chua Soi Lek’s sex video controversy went on and on, because the opposition is using it to create a ruckus.

      re: “until Najib resigns or is replaced by UMNO”

      The oppo will not drop their 1MDB and RM2.6 billion soundbites even with Najib out of the picture. They will gleefully use both cases to keep hammering home that Umno is “corrupt” and say that’s why the party president had to resign in shame or else he’d be arrested by Interpol.

      re: “What Tun has done was to make more and more of the rakyat aware of the issues.”

      Tun has misinformed the rakyat like how the billions “debt” and “losses” figures he cited keeps changing from time to time.

      re: “Whether in Machiavellian ways or not is not the issue.”

      Yes it is. Machiavelli is as Machiavelli does. It’s no wonder that the fraudulent and lying Protuns are willing to bersekongkol dengan those Dapster liars and frauds.

      re: “So long as the laws are not broken.”

      No law has been broken either by Najib’s acceptance of the big donation.

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      • 19. Afin  |  March 7, 2016 at 10:26 am

        “If Najib was telling lies about the donation, there would have been a diplomatic row between Saudi Arabia and Malaysia.”

        Well said. I am amazed by how some people are refusing to see this.

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        • 20. shamshul anuar  |  March 7, 2016 at 1:45 pm

          Afin,

          Najib is the PM. He is the head of a government. He would not have simply quoted a Saudi Arabian as a donor if that is not the truth. Certainly if that is not the case, Saudi Arabia will send a diplomatic note

          Deep down in my heart, I believe Najib is telling the truth. I do not think Saudi Arabia would want to receive him if he lies. It will affect bilateral ties.

          After all, why are there morons who still want to believe words from “pembangkang?”. remember sept 16, 2008?

          Why on earth UMNO MPs then who locked horns and won the election (AND THE ELECTION WAS RECOGNISED B Y THE WORLD) wanted to switch side. Siapa yg bodoh nak buat kerja gila tu?

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          • 21. tebing tinggi  |  March 7, 2016 at 4:29 pm

            At the current situation ,anything goes ,my friend .

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          • 22. Setem  |  March 8, 2016 at 5:21 pm

            quote,”Deep down in my heart, I believe Najib is telling the truth”unquote.

            I tried very hard to give Najib the benefit of the doubt over the 1MDB fiasco, but I no longer believe in him.

            BBC said that Dr M is trying to save MALAYSIA from its PM. It’s hard not to agree with BBC.

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            • 23. Helen Ang  |  March 8, 2016 at 6:35 pm

              Setem,

              I believe the die is cast.

              Like I’ve been saying for quite awhile already: We all gotta pick our side.

              For better or for worse, we have to see things through right to the bitter end with the side that we’ve chosen. The Projibs have obviously appraised that PM is the lesser of the two ‘evils’.

              The future is Tanah Melayu, Bumi Islam. This is the side that has got the moral legitimacy in claiming this land. Like Japan Japanese, Korea Korean, China Chinese, India Indian.

              DAP’s Firsters are really fish out of water here: Nak cakap bahasa Melayu pun pelat atau langsung tak reti apatah lagi menghalusi budaya setempat dan adab Nusantara.

              If they win, they will reshape Malaysia in their own image – our country will become Chinese (+ evangelical) like Singapore.

              Najib is the best person to make perpaduan ummah happen. The natives – like the Fijians – will not let DAP acquire federal power. Biar langkah mayat dulu.

              Tun is now bersekongkol dengan DAP. Tun is morally on the wrong side.

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              • 24. Helen Ang  |  March 8, 2016 at 7:26 pm

                ADD / CLARIFY:

                “fish out of water” … the better terminology is “alien”

                Not speaking the language, not understanding the national culture, not fitting in with the majority population makes the Malaysian Chinese like newly landed aliens (immigrants)

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              • 25. Akim  |  March 8, 2016 at 8:32 pm

                Agree with you fully regarding DAP, Helen. The DAP people are really alien.

                Not respecting the Constitution, the highest set of laws in the country – from which all other laws emanate – they deserve to be told to migrate. Prominent personalities in the country have also said words to that effect.

                Many have migrated, yet many won’t, many can’t afford the costs. So, we keep telling them to conform, respect and abide by the Constitution fully. Those who refuse after endless calls, advice and exhortations, we just whack them verbally and tell them to scram as and when necessary.

                But Tun using them to get Najib resign or be replaced, is justifiable because if Najib remains until PRU14, UMNO/BN will lose and DAP gets to Putrajaya with others. From that perspective, Najib is the greater evil.

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                • 26. HY  |  March 8, 2016 at 8:55 pm

                  very funny la read both side. umno fight among themselves blame dap pula. mahathir work with dap pun bolih justifiable, dun know laugh or cry. but i am thrilled n excited to see mahathir join us.

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              • 27. Setem  |  March 8, 2016 at 9:05 pm

                I don’t share your belief that Najib is the only UMNO politician who can counter DAP threat.

                I believe if Najib were to be replaced by Zahid, tomorrow, UMNO as a party could still kick DAP butt with not much trouble.

                I believe DAP will self destruct one of these days. Mark my words.

                But Najib has lost the credibility. You go and ask non partisan Malay professionals how they feel about Najib, you will be surprised how poor Najib is in their eyes. Dare to put up a poll in your blog about Najib popularity to test my theory?

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      • 28. Akim  |  March 7, 2016 at 10:59 am

        The above can be argued till the cock crows. But one fact sticks out like a sore thumb from the RM2.6 billion issue –

        The Saudi Foreign Minister, a career diplomat, his previous post being Saudi Ambassador to the US, clearly said it was NOT a “donation” and it was an “investment” from an Arab individual.

        Being trusted by the Saudi King to be his Foreign Minister, how can there be “a diplomatic row between Saudi Arabia and Malaysia” as a result of the Foreign Minister denying that it was not a “donation” from an Arab royal family.

        It can also be counter-argued: Najib went to Saudi Arabia to make amends, kow tow or show respect, courtesy or whatever in diplomatic parlance, to the Saudi King. Relations back to normal, if it was not before that.

        After Gani Pattail was “summarily” removed from office, the new AG appeared to have conveniently said no wrong doing on the RM2.6 billion. Yet the Swiss Attorney General announced investigations on billion dollars in Swiss bank accounts said to be connected with 1MDB and Spore froze bank accounts connected with an 1MDB subsidiary, reviving talk of the RM2.6 billion and RM42 million in Najib’s accounts coming from 1MDB. How can it be “case closed” for the RM2.6 billion?

        And SPRM has said they are continuing their investigations after the PPO last meeting stating they may do so.

        The 1MDB resolved? With the PAC in a limbo? More to say, another time.

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        • 29. Helen Ang  |  March 7, 2016 at 11:12 am

          re: “The Saudi Foreign Minister … clearly said it was NOT a ‘donation’ and it was an ‘investment’ from an Arab individual.”

          He did not CLEARLY say so. Nor did he claim it as a fact. He said he “thinks” / “believes” it was a donation.

          Quote NYT report:

          In Saudi Arabia, Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir said that he accepted the attorney general’s opinion that there had been no wrongdoing, but he also said that he did not think that the money had come from the Saudi government or that it was a political donation.

          “It is a private Saudi citizen, I believe, and the funds went to an investment in Malaysia,” he said in an interview on Thursday.

          http://www.nytimes.com/2016/02/06/world/asia/malaysia-najib-razak-saudi-donation-1mdb.html

          re: “It can also be counter-argued: Najib went to Saudi Arabia to make amends, kow tow or show respect, courtesy or whatever in diplomatic parlance, to the Saudi King.”

          Of course anyone can argue it any way.

          e.g.

          When Menate Steak Hub stepped forward to clarify that the RM20,000 dinner bill for wagyu beef (purportedly consumed by Najib and Rosman) was a fake viralled by mischief makers over social media, the Dapsters quickly counter argued that the restaurant was ashamed for its product to be associated with the PM.

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          • 30. Nikki Ho  |  March 7, 2016 at 4:37 pm

            hi helen, this people wont take u seriusly. until vomit blood also cant

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          • 31. albert  |  March 7, 2016 at 7:21 pm

            About the interpretation this statement:
            “In Saudi Arabia, Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir said that he accepted the attorney general’s opinion that there had been no wrongdoing, but he also said that he did not think that the money had come from the Saudi government or that it was a political donation.”

            Isn’t this sentence interpreted as follows? :
            “…but he also said that he did not think
            1) that the money had come from the Saudi government,
            or
            2) that it was a political donation.”
            (i.e. both are negative)

            Your contention is that he said he “thinks” / “believes” it was a donation, so your interpretation is like this?:
            “…but he also said
            1) that he did not think that the money had come from the Saudi government,
            or
            2) that it was a political donation.”
            (then the “or” does not sound right, should be “and”)

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          • 32. RD.  |  March 7, 2016 at 8:18 pm

            No wonder Najib is fond of visiting Saudi Arabia. Now I know why Najib ‘agreed’ to joint that dubious ‘Coalition of Islamic Nation Against Terrorist’ and why our boys were send for ‘Northern Thunder’ exercise, stealthily.

            To me Najib had made, yet another huge mistake and it will cost him dearly in GE14. Or maybe he had no intention of having it at all. Just because of 1MDB, so it seems.

            Can’t Najib see that the Saudi Arabia is the real terrorist. They heightened the animosity between Sunni & Shias by funding IS to oust Syria’s Hafez Assad, an Alawaite Shia minority government. Unprovoked, they then bombed Yemen, its poorest neighbor, incapable of having its own air-force. Yet the Saudis are staunch ally of the US.

            Razak Baginda, Deepak Carpet, Jho Low and now this mysterious RM2.6 Billion donor. It seems Najib’s penchant for soliciting dubious people, seems to wreak losses for Malaysian.
            Therefore the sooner he go, the better.

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      • 33. Qalam Qabut  |  March 7, 2016 at 11:47 am

        The RM2.6b issue is already resolved. AG said case closed. The donation was provided by a Saudi royal. Saudi Arabia has not denied Najib’s story and only very recently the Kingdom hosted Najib.

        Bagi aku yg bodoh ni, aku setuju apa yg Helen cakap. Semua dah beres. AhJib Go! memang suci dan menyucikan. Tuhan pun memang galakkan orang menderma, takkan orang yg menerima dijatuhkan hukuman salah pulak.

        Dan tak salah jugak untuk AhJib Go! menderma. Yang paling dituntut sekali ialah kepada adik beradik dan sanak saudaranya, kepada orang yg rapat dan hampir dengannya. Tak salah kan? So apa yg nak diheboh dan hairankan. Tak kesahlah jika AhJib Go! nak derma 50 ribu atau sekampit dedak pun. Itu keikhlasan yg dia ada. Tak perlu kita nak tilik niat di hati dia.

        Dan apa salah pulak mereka2 yg terima derma AhJib Go! ini utk kenang dan sanjung budi dia.

        Itu pendapat aku sebagai rakyat yg bodoh. Terima kasih.

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        • 34. Akim  |  March 7, 2016 at 5:55 pm

          Qalam, dulu ada komen kau yg nampak bijak. Kali ini kau kata kau bodoh. Nampak nya kau tak salah. Jangan marah, aku ha nya mengiakan apa yang kau kata. Cakap pasal dedak memang masuk kategori itu.

          Ada masa aku fikir kau menyindir Najib, aku baca semula, nampak nya kau tidak. Walau pun kau panggil dia Ah Jib Gor. Aku pun risau, tak nampak apa yang kau kata Ah Jib Gor suci dan menyucikan. 1MDB tak suci, kalau suci mengapa heboh sampai ke Parlimen?

          Najib mungkin menyucikan – RM2.6 bilion yang masuk ke dlm ekaun peribadi dia lenyap kena cuci. Di katakan RM2.03 bilion di pulangkan. Kita tak nampak pun dia memulangkan. Peguam Negara yang kata begitu pun orang yang dah jadi kontroversi, Boss dia dulu selama 10 tahun, bekas Peguam Negara Abu Talib pun kata cara cara dia buat tak betul.

          Menteri Luar Saudi dah kata RM2.6 bilion itu bukan derma, tapi “pelaburan” seorang individu Arab, perkataan “I believe” yang di gunakan nya itu bukan bermakna dia tak pasti. Itu cara omputih Englaaand cakap. Macam kekadang depa cakap “quite good”, makna nya “good”, kalau kita cepat2 cakap “very good”. Kalau betul derma, dia tak cakap gitu.

          Habih tu, kau ingat yang RM42 million masuk juga ke ekaun peribadi dia tuh, duit apa?

          Tak perlu kita nak tilik niat di hati dia? Bukan niat dia menderma yang rakyat risaukan. Duit halal ke tak yang rakyat bincangkan. Kalau duit dari 1MDB, haram lah tu. Kau pikir le bebaik, tilik punca duit tu, bukan niat dia menderma.

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    • 35. Zack  |  March 7, 2016 at 11:04 am

      Really this “Akim” is a type of gullible pro-Tun that Helen mentioned.
      Will you just wait until MPs read the PAC report before you sentence Najib as guilty?
      Do you think after Najib resign, LKS and Oppo will stop their quest to wrest Putrajaya?
      When Tun declared that he was no longer supported Najib in August 2014 (http://www.themalaysianoutsider.com/malaysia/article/dr-mahathir-withdraws-support-for-najib-government), the reasons were about BR1M, Najib’s poor GE13 performance, the abolishment of the ISA, minimum wage and a host of other things. He never mentioned about 1MDB. So why would all of the sudden, the Deklarasi Rakyat devoted most of the grievances on 1MDB?

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      • 36. Akim  |  March 7, 2016 at 11:58 am

        Gullible? And you “naive, overtrusting, overtrustful, easily deceived, easily taken in, exploitable, dupable, impressionable, unsuspecting, unsuspicious, unwary, ingenuous, innocent, inexperienced, unworldly, green”? Hehe

        You wanna wait until PRU14? Until UMNO/BN is doomed? Are you Pakatun? I can assure you that after Najib resigns or gets replaced, the Protuns’ hammering of Najib will greatly reduce, even Tun will speak less of Najib’s wrong doings.

        Tun never mentioned about 1MDB before, so he cannot raise it now and the Deklarasi Rakyat cannot devote on 1MDB? Where got logic? Have you heard this thing called politics that Najib is in now and has been making so many of the rakyat unhappy with 1MDB and the RM2.6 billion?

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      • 37. What Is This  |  March 7, 2016 at 12:25 pm

        This ‘Akim’ is not the gullible Protun type. He is a pemakan dedak. Look at his comments and he’s here practically all the time. You pay him and he shows up for ‘work’.

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        • 38. Akim  |  March 7, 2016 at 2:44 pm

          By the same reasoning, this sad specimen of a thing is a Projib pemakan katak, occasionally paid to show up and work in here.

          Occasionally one feels the urge to sekel kepala the unclever blogger, hehe.

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        • 39. Qalam Qabut  |  March 7, 2016 at 3:25 pm

          He he hehhh… Entahlah siapa yg tabur dedak merata tempat. Tapi aku boleh teka siapa. Kalau korang rasa bukan dia tapi orang lain, silakanlah bagitau aku…

          Akim, macam komen aku jam 11:47 am tadi, aku harap kau fikir baliklah ke mana tujuan kita. Kalau kita rasa kita dijalan yg benar, orang lain pun macam tu jugak. Sebab tu dema mati2 ungkit habis segala kejahatan Tun M. Bukan sebab dema jahat tapi semata2 nak protect and defend AhJib Go!. Dan kita tak boleh salahkan atau kutuk dema. Dua2 pihak nak menegakkan kebenaran yg dipercayai.

          Akim, kamu fikirlah sendiri bagaimana 3 juta ahli UMNO menyokong sebulat suara dan berdiri teguh di belakang AhJib Go. Takkanlah dema nak letak agama ke tepi semata2 nak sokong dia (kalau dia bersalah). Kamu kena ingat, sebagai umat Islam kita kena tegur kesalahan orang, beri kesedaran, tolong perbetulkan kesalahan, kesilapan apa lagi kemungkaran. Tak boleh dgn perbuatan, tak boleh dgn mulut, dengan mata pun jadilah. Tak payah kita nak sebut TSMY, DSSA, DSMM dan dua tiga ekor ikan bilis lagi, dema semua ni ada agenda tersembunyi.

          Kamu boleh bayang ke 3 juta umat UMNO ni boleh bersekongkol dgn AhJib Go! menjahanamkan Malaysia. Ahli UMNO mana mau dituduh bersubahat dengan AhJib Go! yang dah jadi diktator yg berkuku besi. Siapa yg sudi nak bersubahat dgn orang yg sudah gila kuasa, memperalatkan segala jentera kerajaan demi untuk diri, kaum kerabat, dan pemakan dedaknya. Kita tak boleh tuduh macam tu. Mana ada 3 juta ahli UMNO yg sanggup jadi pemakan dedak. Satu orang pun payah nak cari, apa lagi nak mengaku. Semua tuduhan dan fitnah saja.

          Sepertimana kita tak mau dipertanggungjawabkan di akhirat kelak kerana bersekongkol dengan Tun M yg mahazalim suatu masa dulu, umat UMNO ini pun sama juga. Agama adalah setiap detik jantung kita berdegup, politik hanyalah pengisi minda dan perut. Janganlah kita mati ketika bersekongkol dan bersubahat dengan orang yg jahat. Rezeki yg kita bawa balik utk bagi makan anak bini kita tu nak dimasukkan dalam kategori mana. Tak rela aku nak bagi anak bini aku makan dedak yg bertaburan.

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          • 40. Akim  |  March 7, 2016 at 6:27 pm

            Qalam, aku dah jawab komen kau di atas tuh. Cakap pasal dedak memang tak bijak. Sebut aje dedak membayangkan pemikiran bebudak yang komen 1-2 baris di berbagai blog dengan tak kasi fakta, hujah, walau penerangan pun. Beza nya kau ia lah menulis panjang lebar. Tapi takda juga fakta dan hujah yang masuk akal.

            Aku dah fikir ke mana tujuan aku – nakkan Najib undur atau di gantikan. Kalau tak, UMNO/BN akan lingkup di PRU14. Kau pulak, mana tujuan kau? Kau ada tujuan ke selain dari cakap pasal dedak? Kalau nak khutbah pasal agama, cari lah mimbar yang sesuai. Aku minat keadaan politik, tak minat politik PAS, ha nya politik UMNO.

            Alamak, amat tak bijak kau cakap 3 juta ahli UMNO mendiam diri bermakna depa setuju sapenuh nya dgn apa Najib buat dan tak buat. Kau tak baca ke pasal persatuan Ketua Ketua Cawangan. Yang bersuara dah mula banyak, yang tak bersuara pun tak boleh di kira. Aku sendiri kenal 1-2 Ketua Cawangan yang meluat nengok tabiat Najib. Petition “Najib Quit Undur” dah 32,000 yang tanda tangan sekarang, sejak ha nya 2 hari. Tak tau berapa ramai ahli UMNO di antara mereka, gunakan nama dan email lain. Jangan ingat ha nya DAP yang pandai menyamar.

            Kata kata kau “diktator yg berkuku besi .. orang yg sudah gila kuasa, memperalatkan segala jentera kerajaan demi untuk diri, kaum kerabat .. menjahanamkan Malaysia” itu semua sesuai di gunakan untuk Najib. Kaum kerabat dia tuh ia lah bini dia, anak tiri dia – kau tak sedar pun ke yang SEMUA adik adik Najib nafikan legacy of wealth yang Pejabat Najib gunakan bila anak tiri Najib di tegur bila alih2 jadi kaya raya beli beratus juta harta di New York, Los Angeles dll?

            Aku dah jawab panjang lebar 2 komen kau. Kerana komen2 kau takda fakta, tambahan pula hujah hujah kau ganjil, maaf lah aku takkan jawab lagi di masa akan datang. Nak elakkan bermusuhan antara kita berdua. Kau nampak nya kuat agama, aku respek. Tapi aku tak minat bincang dari segi agama, ha nya dari segi politik.

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    • 41. RINA  |  March 7, 2016 at 1:13 pm

      1MDB, RM2.6b, Sarawak Report, NYT, WSJ, toktua2 pokpek pokpek, wa puk cit tau meh;

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      • 42. ph  |  March 7, 2016 at 8:52 pm

        Akin to kelam kabut…ha ha

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  • 43. Mat Bonk  |  March 7, 2016 at 9:20 am

    Since when BN resign when PM resign?
    When Najib took over from Badwi?
    When Badwi took over from Mahazalim?
    When Mahazalim took over from Hussein Onn?…. etcetra

    And…
    Azmin took over from Khalid? PKR resign?

    Desperate measures call for desperate fatwa to the zombies

    Mat Bonk

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    • 44. Helen Ang  |  March 7, 2016 at 9:36 am

      Tun Hussein Onn voluntarily resigned. He was not forced to do so, and it was done under conditions of peace.

      Dollah Badawi’s resignation was something coerced within Umno.

      Unlike Tun Hussein and Sleepy Dollah, Najib has no intention of resigning. And unlike Khalid Ibrahim who was not PRK president or deputy president or vice president, Najib has the backing of the Umno warlords whereas the former S’gor MB did not have the support of his party.

      Another thing different about Najib’s situation is that Tun is trying to force Najib’s resignation from the outside. Tun is working with the opposition to topple Najib.

      If Najib is successfully toppled, then it would have been the work of the opposition led by Tun who is trying to foment a widespread public hatred for the PM.

      Since the opposition is opposed to the BN, then obviously the oppo wants BN to go at the same time that Najib is brought down. On the other hand, Pak Lah’s resignation was an internal Umno affair and not a direct fight between two coalitions as now.

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  • 45. Onsleuth Amir Yahya  |  March 7, 2016 at 10:39 am

    The PAS seemed too quiet on the matter. Guess it’s hard to choose between enemies. Here in Terengganu it’s like nothing happen. Why bother about about politics, when we too worried about the weather & ocean waves. Anyway this is what DAPster think of recent umrah of Najib, Really rude. https://www.facebook.com/WeFullySupportprdap/photos/a.425317754269272.1073741828.425312047603176/783477565119954/?type=3&comment_id=783693671765010&comment_tracking=%7B%22tn%22%3A%22R9%22%7D

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  • 46. Mulan  |  March 7, 2016 at 11:42 am

    “The Mahathir Declaration is an open admission that Protuns are hand in glove with the Dapsters. From this moment onwards, pro-establishment Malays must always be wary that peripherally Umno Malays can be working under the DAP directive.”

    I don’t think the Malays will be more divided by Tun M. This will improve Malay unity. In the past the DAP and their supporters have called Mahathir “Mamakuthy” – implying Tun’s Indian heritage. In fact this will strengthen further Malay unity – UMNO purging the non Malay/Nusantara elements.
    Worst of all the Chinese will be the bigger losers. The MCA and Gerakan are now totally helpless – other than urging unity etc. DAP will always be remembered as the driver that broke up PAS and the ones who engineered a PAS breakup. You would also notice anti-Tun elements in the DAP and PKR have started speaking out.
    I believe there will be a Malay unity rebirth (with Malays disillussion with Tun) and the break up of Pakatan (with those disiilussion with the Lims, Tun and Anwar flip flop).
    Of all the states in Malaysia, Penang will be the biggest loser. With all the environmental destruction and land sales, the return to the good old days is not possible. One day there will be no land to sell and malls and condos and bald hills can never be reforested. Even if you rebuild the Runnymade, it would be a cheap remake which will only sexual excite the newly rich Chinese.

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  • 47. kampong lad  |  March 7, 2016 at 12:43 pm

    1. maharajah akan terus bertakhta selagi maharani tak keluarkan perintah. apa (deklarasi) rakyat boleh buat, berguling2 diatas jalan atau ikut style thailand & dinegara2 afrika utara? malaysia and those countries are different. will never happen.

    2. berposing didlm kaabah & tayang ke seluruh malaya; what are they trying to prove? apa niat atau muslihat.

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    • 48. tebing tinggi  |  March 7, 2016 at 4:42 pm

      Segala tindakan dilihat penoh dengan muslihat .

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  • 49. Mulan  |  March 7, 2016 at 1:38 pm

    Penang is one of the best places in the world to retire. OK.
    Does LGE or CNN realise that they put the Kek Lok Si Temple to represent Penang?

    It is certainly the best place to retire FOREVER.

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    • 50. Cona  |  March 7, 2016 at 6:23 pm

      Love it when fucking Melayu fighting with each other.

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      • 51. Mulan  |  March 8, 2016 at 11:06 am

        Actually it is Melayu lawan Melayu kacukan India. So Cona you feel shiok is it?

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  • 52. Dr Abdollah Salleh  |  March 7, 2016 at 6:15 pm

    Helen,
    In a Westminster style democracy, the leader of the party who won the most seats is asked to form the government. He becomes the Prime Minister and has the prerogative of appointing ministers of his cabinet. The cabinet essentially collectively leads the executive arm of the government made up of the civil service, the police and even the army.
    Dato’ Seri Najib is currently the leader of Barisan Nasional. The party can easily replace him with another person who will then request from the Agong to form the government. It is customary for the cabinet to resign en masse to enable the new leader to form the cabinet of his choosing. He may well reappoint the same persons including Najib (in some capacity). There is no need to call for a general election.
    Umno knows this, of course. They have a trump card (which when used will leave the opposition flummoxed). If push leads to shove, Najib will let go and allow someone else to take over the leadership. A change in leadership will not affect life in Malaysia in any big way. As often said we have strong fundamentals, the results of persistent conscientious nation building over the years. It would be difficult to descent to the level of a failed or rouge state. The constitution, laws, regulations, infrastructure, policies are procedure are in place making it easy for any level headed person to take over the leadership. Najib is the leader not the government.
    Now, I am of the opinion that Najib is an exceptional leader and it would be a pity if he has to go. I am also sure that being the patriot and gentlemen that he is, if Najib feels that he is contributing to the problem (even if it is not necessarily his fault), he will pass the baton to another.
    Who? Almost any experienced person within the ruling party. I sat listening to our representatives during the parliamentary sitting for the recent Budget and for rectification of TPPA. I notice that most representatives on the government side are knowledgeable talk sense and sounds capable. For example Dato’ Seri Mustapha Muhammad (to name such a person) can take over anytime, perhaps in a care taker capacity, until the next party elections and the general election and Malaysia will not be the worse for it.

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    • 53. Helen Ang  |  March 7, 2016 at 6:22 pm

      re: “if Najib feels that he is contributing to the problem (even if it is not necessarily his fault), he will pass the baton to another”

      No need. He should stay put. We must not cave in to the bullying by those rabble rousers trying to depose him.

      In fact, the greater the harassment, the deeper we should dig in our heels in defiance. The real problem is ‘them’ – particularly the evangelistas in the DAP.

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    • 54. Akim  |  March 7, 2016 at 6:44 pm

      I fully support the opinion that Tok Pa be the replacement for Najib. He is very level headed, does things without fanfare, not at all populist in nature as well as in political inclinations.

      I can expect him to live up to the UMNO hopes and aspirations per the party aims and objectives, protect Malay rights and privileges, as well as the legitimate interests of the other races.

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      • 55. Helen Ang  |  March 7, 2016 at 6:55 pm

        re: Tok Pa “very level headed” (good), “does things without fanfare” (excellent), “not at all populist in nature” (marvellous), “protect Malay rights and privileges, as well as the legitimate interests of the other races” (okay) BUT …

        … how will he fare as a War General?

        The DAP will shoot to kill any Umno man who comes up. Yes, it’s true that they now want to depose Najib but their overarching aim is to bring down Umno. Remember ABU – Anything But Umno.

        Whether the replacement is Muhyiddin or Zahid or Tok Pa, the DAP’s modus operandi of attack will be the same. They’re flinging mud at Najib because there so happens to be the RM2.6b donation and 1MDB which they can distort.

        If there is no RM2.6b and 1MDB, they will simply find other issues such as against Pak Lah. If there are really no controversial issues involving the Umno president, then the DAP will fabricate lies to smear, say, Tok Pa.

        The problem is not the Umno chief (whoever he may be). The problem is the sifat mendajjal of the DAP. We need a BN chairman who is able to confront the dajjal.

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        • 56. Akim  |  March 7, 2016 at 7:06 pm

          When Najib resigns or gets replaced, no more need for a War General. Things will be back to status quo ante and the DAP may shout and yell their usual stuffs, nobody will give a stuff (to use London Mayor Boris Johnson’s word) to them until their usual huffs and puffs.

          Their noise has significance now simply because Tun is there in their attack formation but the moment Najib is no longer PM, Tun will cease active participation and, if Tok Pa becomes PM, sure Tun will, over time, be back in UMNO.

          Tok Pa appears soft but not the Tun Dol and Najib softie kind, one sleeping on the job, another with the money.

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          • 57. Helen Ang  |  March 7, 2016 at 7:33 pm

            re: “When Najib resigns or gets replaced, no more need for a War General. Things will be back to status quo ante”

            DAP smells blood because never has any Umno PM been so beleaguered. Under Najib, BN lost the popular vote only for the second time (the May 10, 1969 general election being the first).

            Having tasted blood, DAP will go for the kill.

            So no matter who the Umno president is – and even if it’s no longer Najib – DAP will still aim to destroy Umno and take over Putrajaya “ini kali lah”.

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            • 58. tebing tinggi  |  March 7, 2016 at 8:47 pm

              Yeah !, Najib is making the way for ini kali lah , DAP will remember that .

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            • 59. Melayu Malaysia  |  March 7, 2016 at 9:44 pm

              Some people never learn.

              Always the DAP will be at odds with UMNO/BN, no matter who leads UMNO/BN.

              Melayus will ALWAYS be second class in DAP’s eyes.

              Only the blind see otherwise.

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  • 60. truth  |  March 7, 2016 at 6:59 pm

    IMPORTANT NOTICE

    “ I call upon all Malaysians, irrespective of race, religion, political affiliation, creed or parties, young and old to join us in saving Malaysia from tun and his evil friends”.

    i baca article kat atas half way only. tak sempat. will come back and read the rest.

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  • 61. Hussin abdulRahman  |  March 8, 2016 at 9:15 am

    I just hope these mad and power crazy politicians are not committing treason because under Malaysian law, committing treason is punishable by death.

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  • 62. Hussin abdulRahman  |  March 8, 2016 at 9:28 am

    Helen…when Mahathir was PM I never shook his hands though I had several chances to do so. I have shaken hands with Abdullah Badawi and Najib though. Now I know why Allah forbade me from shaking the Tun’s hands.

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