Kadir Jasin’s conspiracy theory about Pemuda and the 3 Tan Sris

August 1, 2016 at 3:42 pm 40 comments

The NST‘s ex-boss Datuk Kadir is correct to sniff something suspicious brewing behind the scenes.

Get further details at his blog The Scribe @ today’s entry ‘Lambat nafi perkuat teori konspirasi‘.


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Meanwhile, old conspiracies where top American officials misled and continue misleading the world …

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  • 1. tehtarik  |  August 1, 2016 at 4:13 pm

    Poor Datuk Seri Mappadulung Daeng Mattimung Karaeng Sanrobone.
    Orang umno yang sendiri buat polis report dan memberontak. Nanti polis kalau buka fail, semua tahi terkeluar. Hancurlah Datuk Seri Mappadulung Daeng Mattimung Karaeng Sanrobone.

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    • 2. Helen Ang  |  August 1, 2016 at 4:32 pm

      You mean Pemuda Umno making police report.

      So, in a match-up between Khairy and Najib, who do you think plays politics better?

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      • 3. 916Malaysia  |  August 1, 2016 at 5:02 pm

        You should read RPK Helen. The old man is being outplayed yet he still thinks he can unseat Najib. Not that I support Najib but this is getting pretty exciting by the day. Najib will lead BN into GE14. Don’t worry. Hajib has what we Chinese say Fate is on his side. You can throw everything at him and he will still survive.

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      • 4. tehtarik  |  August 1, 2016 at 5:08 pm

        Personally, i think Datuk Seri Mappadulung Daeng Mattimung Karaeng Sanrobone is shrewd politically.
        No doubt about that.

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        • 5. shrewd and screwed up  |  August 2, 2016 at 11:49 am

          Question: What do you get if you cross Islam and Capitalism?

          Answer:
          (1) No more jokes about “donations” seriously …
          (2) IM4U and Nothing2Hide
          (3) Tabung Haji becomes my “Capital”
          (4) Moderate Islam with Liberal Accounting

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  • 6. Kineas1067  |  August 1, 2016 at 4:35 pm

    Note that the Umno Youth guy was pretty selective in his police report.

    Apart from naming 3 Malaysian personalities for alleged offences, he did not take opportunity to name the US Attorney-General, the US DOJ and the FBI in his report. Even though they were all present at that press conference. And even if, according to his report, they allegedly received “classified information” from Malaysian sources, which they used as a basis for further investigations.

    If he had done so, that would have placed the RMP in an untenable position of having to investigate the US A-G, the US DOJ and the FBI, failing which the report would have to be disregarded and dismissed.

    Which wouldn’t do, would it?

    So, just maybe, this Umno Youth guy received some pretty savvy advice what to include in his report and what to leave out.

    Which leaves fans of conspiracy theories salivating…

    While ordinary Malaysians are getting real work done.

    Meanwhile, a certain Brisbane-based lawyer has gone public with some interesting legal arguments.

    Will he be given an opportunity to put these to the test in a Malaysian or US court of law?

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    • 7. Kineas1067  |  August 2, 2016 at 4:31 pm

      According to Rocky Bru, it appears that the police have closed this case because it seems that the relevant evidence wasn’t provided to support the police report.

      Or, maybe, the Brumeister got it wrong.

      Let’s wait for the next act in this saga….

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  • 8. Mulan  |  August 1, 2016 at 5:06 pm

    Some news from Indonesia
    http://en.tempo.co/read/news/2016/07/30/055791853/7-Worship-Houses-in-Tanjung-Balai-Burned

    “7 Worship Houses in Tanjung Balai Burned
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    TEMPO.CO, Tanjung Balai, North Sumatra – Two monasteries and five temples located in Tanjung Balai, Medan, North Sumatra, were burned by an angry mob. This incident was triggered by a misunderstanding.

    The incident eventually got all under control at around 03:30 WIB, after the Police mediate with the mob and kept on urging them to go home.

    According to Tanjung Balai Police Chief, Adjunct Commissioner Ayep Wahyu Gunawan, the incident started yesterday, July 29, 2016, around 17:55 Western Indonesia Time (WIB). A woman with with the initials `M` felt disturbed by the sound of Adzan (calling of prayer) from a mosque, which is located in front of her house, and complained about it.

    M and the people at the mosque then quarreled; the police and the urban village authorities immediately tried to mediate them.”

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    • 9. Surrhead  |  August 1, 2016 at 6:02 pm

      “In the mediation, said Ayep, someone spread a false information via a broadcast in an instant messenger service. The message broadcasted through the social media stated that the mosque was prohibited to sound any Adzan. That message ultimately made some people in Tanjung Balai went on a rampage.”

      something like our low yat theft case – where they needed a group of stupids to gather and create chaos….

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      • 10. Helen Ang  |  August 1, 2016 at 10:32 pm

        re: “someone spread a false information via a broadcast in an instant messenger service”

        I hope Malaysians will critically sift whatever they read on soc-med and don’t simply believe malicious lies being spread by opposition troublemakers.

        Similarly readers must always sift whatever they read on the lying blog Life of Annie which is operated by that fraudster ass-ass (the initials of his name).

        Don’t simply believe all the nasty lies he can concoct without even batting an eyelid.

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        • 11. 916Malaysia  |  August 1, 2016 at 10:57 pm

          People want fantasy stuff so anything that is out of this world people will believe them. That fraud is a very good storyteller.

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          • 12. Helen Ang  |  August 1, 2016 at 11:15 pm

            re: “People want fantasy stuff so anything that is out of this world people will believe them. That fraud is a very good storyteller.”

            Yes he is. A coyly crafted (largely fake) story invented for every occasion.

            But delusional is also very dangerous because he is depending on RBA to help him sustain the illusion.

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        • 13. Kineas1067  |  August 2, 2016 at 9:11 am

          So, why don’t you disclose his or her real name & let us be the judge of what he or she posts?

          Unless you think that our judgements are not to be trusted?

          Or because you are wary of any legal repercussions if you do a “naming & shaming”?

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          • 14. Helen Ang  |  August 2, 2016 at 10:02 am

            Annie chooses duplicity by hiding his identity and lying about his line of work, on top of creating an opposite gender alter ego, plus crafting a fictitious persona, a fake Chinese side of maternal family and imaginary conversations with “friends” who are actually himself.

            And it is Annie who is afraid of “legal repercussions” by banning my name to be mentioned outright in his blog although he nonetheless liberally dog whistles the RBA to smear me through vile nicknames and sniper slander.

            Not only that, Annie has been actively blocking comments that challenge his masquerade (told to me by my readers whose comments failed to pass Annie’s moderation).

            I, on the other hand, have openly and emphatically proclaimed Annie to be a liar and a fraud.

            If he’s not, then he can easily out himself – e.g. by publishing a selfie photo pictured beside his “blogging captain” – and prove that my claims about him (pretending to be a ‘her’) are not true.

            In any case, his name has already been revealed in SAA’s blog, and is an open secret in blogosphere, among the media fraternity and in the political circles.

            If I’m not telling the truth, there would surely have been a backlash against me by the other Malay bloggers. They’re a thick band of brothers.

            Instead it is Annie’s name that has been kicked off the pro-Umno blogroll(s) but at the same time newly added to the Protun blogrolls.

            As for being shamed, it’s happening now only that you don’t realise it. People around him feel geli when they see this squat, middle-aged man with hidung senduk trying to pass himself off as a young and slender awek cun.

            It’s equally clear that Annie has been fabricating a lot of malicious lies. What is astounding is how he is able to concoct the most vicious false stories without compunction.

            Those in the know wrt Annie’s real identity are jijik too at his deceit in copiously using those photos of China girls (sourced from the Internet) and encouraging his gullible readers to think that the pictures are him.

            re: [your question] “Unless you think that our judgements are not to be trusted?”

            It took PAS seven years to finally admit that they were duped by the DAP evangelistas.

            I believe that Annie’s former female readers have seen through his sham despite the RBAs backing the sick charade to the hilt. Male readers have a poor judgment.

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            • 15. Setem  |  August 2, 2016 at 11:46 am

              quote,”In any case, his name has already been revealed in SAA’s blog, and is an open secret in blogosphere, among the media fraternity and in the political circles.”unquote.

              Helen, SAA regularly removes his blog postings after a few days of postings. So there is no way to verify your claim that SAA had published Annie’s true identity.

              Why couldn’t you do reveal the identity of Annie in your blog? If you really want to help those people reading Annie’s blow who you alleged have been duped by Annie, what’s preventing you from exposing the real identity of Annie?

              Until you can prove beyond any reasonable doubt that Annie is not what she is, my view is that you are throwing fitnahs at Annie in your blog. And I find it very jijik reading fitnahs from bloggers who disdain fitnahs blog postings. Hypocrisy of the highest degree, much like DAPricks politicans.

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              • 16. Helen Ang  |  August 2, 2016 at 12:30 pm

                re: “Helen, SAA regularly removes his blog postings after a few days of postings. So there is no way to verify your claim that SAA had published Annie’s true identity.”

                Ask him yourself lah. Our Pekan friend Datuk Rahman asked SAA, and was told/informed.

                re: “Why couldn’t you do reveal the identity of Annie in your blog?”

                It’s an open secret and SAA already outed him. Why don’t you test your street cred and dig. After all, it’s widely known and if you’ve got any political chops to speak off, you can easily find out.

                Even if I say, you might not believe me. I’ve said I do not have any PMO handlers and you refuse to take my word and still keep repeating your allegations. With people like you, how to convince?

                re: “If you really want to help those people reading Annie’s blow who you alleged have been duped by Annie, what’s preventing you from exposing the real identity of Annie?”

                What’s to prevent you from exercising your acumen a little bit? Annie claims in his blogspot biodata that’s he’s an “educator” in the “education” field of work. Other bloggers, political operatives and politicians (e.g. Norman Fernandez) say that Annie is an ex-NST reporter.

                Tak kan a simple evaluation like – is Annie’s blog content more consistent with the writings of a journo or more consistent with a teacher/lecturer (chain-smoking, big bike-riding “little lady of the valley) – pun you tak terdaya nak buat sendiri, meh? Waiting to be spoonfed instead of using your critical thinking skills, if any.

                re: “Until you can prove beyond any reasonable doubt that Annie is not what she is”

                Annie is not real. Asking me to prove Annie is like asking Mamat to prove what a hippogriffe is. (A hippogriffe is an imaginary creature in the Harry Potter universe.)

                Why don’t Annie prove himself by publishing a photo together with his blogging captain?

                re: “my view is that you are throwing fitnahs at Annie in your blog.”

                Your views show the character of a Protun. You’re the one continuously throwing fitnah at me.

                And then you choose to champion ‘Annie’ whose name you don’t even know – si Polan(?) binti Si Polan(?). You don’t know what kind of job Annie does. You don’t know where Annie works or where he is working now. You don’t know Annie’s age (20s? 30s? 40s?)

                All you know of Annie is that he claims the cute cartoon is his self-portrait. Dan masih you telan bulat-bulat. Like this die loh if the Protuns take over the gomen from Umno.

                re: “And I find it very jijik reading fitnahs from bloggers who disdain fitnahs blog postings.”

                You are the pemfitnah in repeatedly accusing that I take instructions from my supposed PMO handler without offering a shred of evidence.

                re: “Hypocrisy of the highest degree”

                You ada cermin kat rumah tak?

                re: “much like DAPricks politicans”

                Bukankah ia Protuns yang sekarang bersekongkol dengan DAP?

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            • 17. Kineas1067  |  August 2, 2016 at 1:18 pm

              You are evading the issue.

              If you have been continuously defamed & smeared by “Annie”, why don’t you take legal action against him or her? That’s the test, right – to fight it out in the courts?

              Until then, it is “innocent until proven guilty”. Wasn’t that one of your favourite mantras when commenting on the US DOJ civil action?

              By the same token, how do we know that your real name is “Helen Ang”? Do you have a supporting statutory declaration that says so? Complete with NRIC number, DOB etc?

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              • 18. Helen Ang  |  August 2, 2016 at 2:13 pm

                How can I take legal action if Annie chooses to adopt the sneaky ploy of preempting (banning) my name from being mentioned in his blog but nonetheless constantly dog whistles his RBA collaborators to smear and slander me?

                The difference between Helen (or Joceline) and Annie is that our family calls us by the name and the general public can put the name to a face, and Jos and I have appeared before in formal events.

                Whereas you can only put the name ‘Annie’ (bin/binti apa?) to a cartoon, and ‘Annie’ is not the name by which Rocky or any of the pol-secs, press secs and bloggers call him by.

                The fact that you’re pursuing this line – when an intelligent individual like yourself is surely capable of more critical appraisal – only goes to show how kiasu you (plus some Protuns) really are.

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                • 19. Kineas1067  |  August 2, 2016 at 2:25 pm

                  So, to belabour the point, what is this person’s name?

                  If he or she has already been “outed” by the likes of Rocky & other worthies, then there should be nothing holding you back from naming the name.

                  As for the possibility of legal action, I presume that you have already sought expert advice on what can be done?

                  And the reason I am pursuing this line is that you are making accusations without resorting to legal remedies against him or her and his or her alleged “RBA collaborators”.

                  How very convenient…..

                  Btw, the “kiasu” label is much appreciated..lol.

                  It’s better than being labelled as a “tidak apa slacker”, don’t you think?

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                  • 20. Helen Ang  |  August 2, 2016 at 3:12 pm

                    Annie’s real name is ass-ass (his initials).

                    All will be unraveled in due course because setinggi-tingginya tupai melompat, akhirnya akan jatuh ke tanah juga.

                    In the meantime, his bad actions will ripple because as I’ve said, the people around him feel lgeli when they now full well that he’s a man who’s stooping very low to try and convince bylying.

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                    • 21. Kineas1067  |  August 2, 2016 at 4:49 pm

                      “in due course”? When will that be? In parallel with the long-running saga that is 1MDB?

                      Why don’t you just out him or her right now? Instead of playing guessing games with his or her initials?

                      Unless you have lingering apprehensions about the consequences should you choose to do so?

                    • 22. Helen Ang  |  August 2, 2016 at 4:57 pm

                      I’ve already stated plainly that Annie is a liar. He can always out himself to prove that he’s not.

          • 23. Setem  |  August 2, 2016 at 11:54 am

            quote,”Unless you think that our judgments are not to be trusted?” unquote.

            Helen has the tendency to generalize people of whom she thinks are incapable of making their own judgments over blog postings they read in the internet. She’s much like certain politicians who think Malaysians are incapable of thinking for themselves that she must die die stress to them on how and what to think about issues at hand. An example is how she die die wants to tell people that Annie is a fraud without providing any proof, whatsoever. It’s similar to some politicians telling the people to trust what they are being told and not to ask for proof or justification on what are being told to them. In short they treat the people like zombies.

            I find Helen, like other dimmed-wit pemakan dedak politicans, sometimes can be bloody arrogant. Sometimes she reminds me of Theresa Kok, the woman DAP politician that Helen herself despises.

            Helen, your “kepala” semakin besar laaa…

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            • 24. Helen Ang  |  August 2, 2016 at 12:41 pm

              re: “An example is how she die die wants to tell people that Annie is a fraud without providing any proof, whatsoever.”

              Annie is not an issue where I’m forcing my political opinion on my readers. Life of Annie is smearing me on a daily basis. So it’s personal matter.

              re: “It’s similar to some politicians telling the people to trust what they are being told and not to ask for proof or justification on what are being told to them. In short they treat the people like zombies.”

              Everyone knows that it’s the DAP hardcore followers who are zombies. Now everybody knows that Tun’s diehard supporters are equally zombies.

              re: “I find Helen, like other dimmed-wit pemakan dedak politicans, sometimes can be bloody arrogant.”

              I find that some Protuns dah lah sombong, bodoh pulak.

              re: “Sometimes she reminds me of Theresa Kok, the woman DAP politician that Helen herself despises.”

              Another false assumption on your part. Any regular reader of my blog is aware that I very, very rarely ever mention Teresa.

              re: “Helen, your “kepala” semakin besar laaa…”

              Otak puak Protun wajar diletak ‘center’ sikit b’cos you all pentaksub tahap mengancam.

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  • 25. Orang Perlis  |  August 2, 2016 at 10:25 am

    To be honest Helen, i personally feel Annie does not pose much of an issue.

    I mean, as you’ve said, the “crowd” attracts a lot of DAP fans, so technically the circus remains in the same scene. “Preaching” to the converted, so to speak.

    Im more concerned ( and disgusted ) that our Bernama now chose to , on two recent occasions:

    1) To quote an anonymous Blogger/Facebook account as a “think piece”. ie Lim Sian See

    2) Out of the blue, quoting a prominent ( who later many found out was anything but!) lawyer in, of all places, Brisbane, on the DOJ issue.

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    • 26. Helen Ang  |  August 2, 2016 at 10:44 am

      re: “To be honest Helen, i personally feel Annie does not pose much of an issue.”

      It’s interesting to see the outcome of a collaboration between Protun and Dapster. The Protun blogger is clearly being handled by the RBA lieutenant.

      So although Tun is a forceful personality, nonetheless, the distribution of power in the political structure as is means that his new party will be subservient to the opposition taiko DAP.

      re: “I mean, as you’ve said, the ‘crowd’ attracts a lot of DAP fans, so technically the circus remains in the same scene. ‘Preaching’ to the converted, so to speak.”

      Correct. RBA and Dapsters aside, Annie’s blog is a good study of what kind of (very few, very rare) Malay is willing to be in cahoots with DAP. My observation: The Malay poseurs who like to imagine themselves as liberal and cosmopolitan.

      The ‘danger’ is in bridging the Protuns with the DAP-ed oppo. The Protuns might be able to unlock some of Umno’s fixed deposit.

      re: “To quote an anonymous Blogger/Facebook account as a “think piece”. ie Lim Sian See”

      LSS is known by reputation as the “presidential blogger”. So I’m guessing Bernama is convinced by his bona fide.

      re: “Out of the blue, quoting a prominent ( who later many found out was anything but!) lawyer in, of all places, Brisbane, on the DOJ issue.”

      In, of all places, Brisbane… LOL. They (lawyers) are everywhere! Even in Alaska.

      Why do you say he’s not prominent?

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      • 27. Kineas1067  |  August 2, 2016 at 1:24 pm

        Dunno, lah. Is this lawyer listed among the lawyers who are members of the Australian Bar and who are currently practising law in Australia?

        As to whether he is “prominent” or not, his curriculum vitae and track record should be in the public domain, especially if he is a member of a law practice in Queensland.

        Much like the database maintained by the Malaysian Bar.

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        • 28. Helen Ang  |  August 2, 2016 at 1:59 pm

          re: “Dunno, lah. Is this lawyer listed among the lawyers who are members of the Australian Bar and who are currently practising law in Australia?”

          Unlike the fictitious ‘Annie’, the lawyer’s full name is given — Quentin Rozario. It is within the means of our Malaysian media to check.

          re: “As to whether he is ‘prominent’ or not, his curriculum vitae and track record should be in the public domain, especially if he is a member of a law practice in Queensland.”

          Of course. Rather than casting vague aspersions on him, why don’t you just run a search.

          Btw, Sarawak Report did not rebut the case law that Mr Rozario brought up nor the points of law that he raised. Instead the porta merely called him names and threw ridicule.

          Remind me again why I dislike the opposition…

          re: “Much like the database maintained by the Malaysian Bar.”

          Ya lor. So do your homework or hold your peace.

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          • 29. RINA  |  August 2, 2016 at 3:30 pm

            Kekekeke

            Tak lama lagi segala cerita peribadi Quentin Rozario, bini, anak, menantu, anak tiri, kucing semua akan keluaq.

            Klo dia ada facebook silap2 dah pun dihujani dengan komen2 seperti, bitch, bastard, moron, bodoh and pemakan dedak (bukan padi tapi wheat) and all the lucah2 words and @&#%¶Π#* names they can think of for him.

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            • 30. Helen Ang  |  August 2, 2016 at 3:38 pm

              Absolutely, Rina. They simply say.

              They even allege that he represented Sirul. I’m aghast at how they have no qualms at all in fabricating any kind of story to shoot the messenger.

              They are truly a deranged bunch. Betoi-betoi dajjal.

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            • 31. Kineas1067  |  August 2, 2016 at 4:42 pm

              No mention of “prostitutes”, Kak?

              My, my – you seem to be slipping in your denunciations.

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  • 32. Kineas1067  |  August 2, 2016 at 2:48 pm

    Done. None the wiser….

    “Din Merican” had some pithy comments in his blog, though……

    I don’t see why the Sarawak Report should rebut the case law cited by Mr Rozario. Or the points he raised.

    The test is what will transpire in the US courts when the DOJ action is heard.

    At which time Mr R can make a bravura appearance, should he chose to do so. Assuming, of course, that he is qualified to practise law in the US.

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    • 33. Helen Ang  |  August 2, 2016 at 3:29 pm

      Gila the smear comments about QR @ Din Merican’s.

      One commenter — https://dinmerican.wordpress.com/2016/08/01/quintin-rozario-paid-spinner-or-top-lawyer-in-brisbane/#comment-272012

      — mentioned that QR’s alma mater had the highest number of on-campus sex assault. What has this got to do with his points about DoJ when the guy probably graduated from that uni decades ago?

      Pakatan supporters are rabid and carrying out a hatchet job. I’m as disgusted with their comments on QR as I was previously at their comments about Joceline Tan.

      They are demented. We really cannot afford to let our country fall into the hands of this kind of people.

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      • 34. RINA  |  August 2, 2016 at 3:32 pm

        Owh, I just commented few minutes ago on this…laaa aa dah ada pun, lajunya. Kekekeke

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      • 35. Kineas1067  |  August 2, 2016 at 4:40 pm

        I am sure that an experienced lawyer like QR can stand up for himself and defend himself. Even go on the offensive, if he is so inclined.

        I recall that there were some pretty extreme comments in previous threads on your blog about Hannah Y, evangelistas, mega churches, the Catholic Church hierarchy etc – all of which you allowed through.

        So why the outrage over comments about QR?

        Rank hypocrisy or selective dementia?

        Or just SOP a la the Trump campaign?

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        • 36. Helen Ang  |  August 2, 2016 at 4:54 pm

          Show what were the allegedly extreme comments by readers about HY purportedly in my blog. If you fail to provide the urls, I shall take it that you simply say. Typical SOP.

          And the issue is not about whether QR can stand up for himself. It’s about the lynch mob behaviour of the Pakatoons/Pakatuns when they launch their verbal assault on practically anyone who gets in the crosshairs of their Dear Leaders.

          The way they attack people is insane. Same modus operandi ffrom Annie’s blog too.

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          • 37. Kineas1067  |  August 3, 2016 at 2:35 pm

            Go do your own homework. Research your blog archives.

            Like you asked me to do for QR, remember?

            “lynch mobs”? Go ask the African-American community in the US about the bad times in the deep South!

            Btw, I asked in another thread why you have refrained from commenting on the denigration of Tony Fernandes in certain blogs. Isn’t that an example of “lynch mob behaviour”?

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            • 38. Helen Ang  |  August 3, 2016 at 4:06 pm

              re: “Go do your own homework. Research your blog archives.”

              HULLO! You were the one who alleged that there are “some pretty extreme comments in previous threads on [my] blog about Hannah Y, evangelistas, mega churches, the Catholic Church hierarchy etc”.

              (i) You made the accusation. He who asserts must prove.

              (ii) Your allegation covers many topics (Hannah Y, evangelistas, mega churches, etc). Surely from the wide range that you serkap jarang, you can easily come up with a few urls from my blog archives.

              re: “Like you asked me to do for QR, remember?”

              You were badmouthing Quintin Rozario. I correctly asked you to do your homework.

              Why should I do any research when I have no beef with QR?

              re: “lynch mobs? Go ask the African-American community in the US about the bad times in the deep South!”

              Yeah. Our home-grown evangelistas learned well from their Bible Belt spiritual cousins.

              re: “Btw, I asked in another thread why you have refrained from commenting on the denigration of Tony Fernandes in certain blogs. Isn’t that an example of ‘lynch mob behaviour’?”

              In the first place, I’ve not been interested to follow the misadventures of TonyF and in the second place, it’s my opinion that that his business practices menekan orang.

              Show what were the allegedly extreme comments by readers about HY purportedly in my blog. If you fail to provide the urls, I shall take it that you simply say. Typical SOP.

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              • 39. Kineas1067  |  August 5, 2016 at 1:47 pm

                Sad, but that’s your modus operandi. When put on the spot – deny, deny, deny. Or shift the blame. Or find another convenient whipping boy (or girl) to target.

                I’ve said my piece. Deal with it.

                As for QR, he hasn’t surfaced again after voicing a (no doubt meticulously-researched legal opinion). Which hasn’t deterred the US DOJ from pressing ahead with the civil lawsuit, if the reports are correct.

                He can always offer his services pro bono to any interested parties. Let’s see if he does in the spirit of altruistic patriotism.

                Tony Fernandes is eminently capable of fighting his own battles.

                And if the pax numbers on AirAsia and AirAsia X are any indication, the “menekan orang” accusations don’t seem to resonate with the travelling public.

                Now, if you are talking about MAS…….

                Or KLIA/KLIA2.

                Vis-a-vis SIA and Changi Airport.

                But you wouldn’t want to venture there, would you?

                Hahaha…

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                • 40. Helen Ang  |  August 5, 2016 at 3:40 pm

                  re: “Sad, but that’s your modus operandi. When put on the spot – deny, deny, deny. Or shift the blame. ”

                  HULLO! I would have thought you’re better than this. You’re undoubtedly kiasu but don’t let your kiasuism descend into Dapsterism, ya.

                  You were the one who alleged that there are “some pretty extreme comments in previous threads on [my] blog about Hannah Y, evangelistas, mega churches, the Catholic Church hierarchy etc”.

                  (i) You made the accusation. He who asserts must prove.

                  (ii) Your allegation covers many topics (Hannah Y, evangelistas, mega churches, etc). Surely from the wide range that you serkap jarang, you can easily come up with a few urls from my blog archives.

                  Don’t dodge. Don’t shift the goalposts.

                  You made the accusation. Prove it lah. So difficult meh?

                  Reply

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