DAP leaders brazenly baiting Najib

October 24, 2016 at 10:05 am 22 comments

What’s the difference between dokong and duku langsat? It seems dokong is actually duku langsat.

What’s the difference between duku and langsat then?

  • Duku is more thick-skinned than langsat.

What’s the difference between pulasan and rambutan?

  • Pulasan is more thick-skinned than rambutan.

rambutan

What’s the difference between Hannah Yeoh and Jamal Sekinchan?

  • Hannah Yeoh is more thick-skinned than Jamal Sekinchan.

Hannah, who has been called “DAP SuperCyber Bully” (similar to Jamal’s label as a “gangster”) is really one thick-skinned politician.

Her own application for PR (permanent residence) in Australia was once rejected.

However when she became a Yang Berhormat in PR (Pakatan Rakyat), she discouraged young Malaysians from emigrating and instead asked them to remain in the country so that they can vote a change of government.

hannah jeling 1

Face of a bully

Hannah benefited lots when DAP won Selangor

The greater the DAP’s success in the elections, the more the benefits gained by Hannah personally. Can you imagine the durian runtuh for Madame Speaker should there really be a change of federal government?

Think the rewards that Hannah will get once her evangelical party occupies Putrajaya!

No wonder Hannah is thick-skinned enough to discourage youths from leaving Malaysia so that Pakatan can become the new government through the Gen Y votes. Her exhortation to dissuade the youngsters is despite the fact that she herself had tried – unsuccessfully – to emigrate.

jamal

Face of Merah

Hannah will benefit even more if DAP wins Putrajaya

The gold and the glory that Hannah Yeoh stood to gain together with DAP’s power grab influenced her to urge youths to do something (i.e. remain in Malaysia rather than emigrate) contrary to what she herself had done wearing the same shoes in Tasmania.

Selalu cakap tak serupa bikin.

Azira Aziz, Hannah’s senior aide at the time, was arrested by police (pix below) for taking part in a #TangkapNajib protest. Hannah talks a good game but it is her macai-macai who do the dirty.

KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA - 2015/08/01: A protester was detained by Malaysian police during the

Hannah encouraged the public to participate in the Bersih 4.0 demo even though she herself did not wear a Bersih T-shirt during the rally.

And now we’re going to have Bersih 5.0 that is being backed by some members of the clergy. Some members of church groups were DAP activists in the last election. The evangelical Christians are very political.

Hannah is one of Bersih 5.0’s staunchest promoters

The previous Bersih rallies were most useful in channeling electoral support for the opposition parties and helped immensely in Pakatan’s massive GE12 and GE13 wins.

So it comes as no surprise that evangelista leader Hannah is today the biggest cheerleader for Bersih 5.0.

At present, we have a situation where Jamal has promised that his Red Shirts will counterstrike should the Bersih street march still proceed on Nov 19.

On the opposite side, we have self-serving politicians like Hannah who is rallying the public to oppose the Prime Minister.

hannahyeoh

DAP politicians hankering for Najib’s ouster

The Yellow Shirts desiring to topple the PM are mainly DAP people who have been brainwashed by politicians like Hannah and her ilk. Their taking to the streets for Bersih, especially churchgoers in organized busloads, is a result of the DAP propaganda to remove the Najib government.

For its role in pushing the ideology of anarchy, DAP bears half the responsibility for the skirmishes and scuffles that are now occurring between the Yellow and Red Shirts.

DAP idealogues, such as Hannah who are high profile and have a wide reach on social media, are particularly culpable in radicalizing the Dapsters.

Should the skirmishes and scuffles start turning into more serious clashes, it must not be only Jamal alone who is handcuffed by police.

The authorities know who are the Baling Batu Sorok Tangan masterminds goading the Yellow Shirts into a physical confrontation with the Red Shirts.

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  • 1. tehtarik  |  October 24, 2016 at 5:03 pm

    Aiyo, Hundraf supporting PH now.
    Shame.

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  • 2. RD.  |  October 24, 2016 at 5:57 pm

    Its very sad for kleptocratic UMNO-Najib.

    When Haji Hadi had stopped being chummy with DAP, Bersih had became an all-Chinese affair and that does not bode well for a harmonious multi-racial Malaysia. That was also when & why Baju Merah came to prominence, rendering Bersih, somewhat… timid and docile.
    After-all… most of Bersih demands have been obeyed or agreed to by UMNO-Najib, i.e… abolishing ISA & EO, use of indelible ink and even… to the extent of doing away with the Sedition Act.

    If not because of:-

    – Jho Low and 1MDB’s debt. (Billions not accounted for)
    – RM2.6 Billion in Najib personal account (RM2 million in Rosmah’s and her extravagant lifestyle)
    – DoJ civil complaint. (Kleptocracy Asset Recovery Initiative)
    – stifling of judiciary & legislative by the executive.
    – expulsion of dissident. (Muhyiddin, Mukhriz & Shafie Afdal)
    – UMNO split-up into Bersatu.
    – New NSC
    – allegation of Haji Hadi received RM90 millions and PAS being chummy with UMNO-Najib and … debate on Hadi’s Act 355

    Bersih would no longer have traction.

    Therefore, it was Najib’s dubious middleman Jho Low and 1MDB’s debt that have… sort-of… united Malaysian against UMNO-Najib. Even PAS supporters have been known to join the recent Bersih rally. And that was why Haji Hadi dare not… openly declared support for UMNO-Najib.
    I just hope… PAS would not split further… enactment 355, notwithstanding…. hence, reviving Bersih 5 even further.

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    • 3. shamshul anuar  |  October 24, 2016 at 8:30 pm

      RD,

      United Malaysians?

      BERSIH is mainly a Chinese affair waging war against a sovereign nation.

      As for enactment 355, if my memory serves me well, Chinese whole heartedly voted for PAS.

      As for Muhyiddin’s expulsion, he deserved it.

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      • 4. Orang Perlis  |  October 25, 2016 at 5:53 pm

        Interesting Shamsul.

        Now what do you think of DS Husni then?

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        • 5. 916Malaysia  |  October 26, 2016 at 11:41 am

          Ask Husni’s son, the young tycoon lol

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          • 6. RINA  |  October 26, 2016 at 4:13 pm

            916Malaysia

            Read someplace billion ringgit project JUST got axed few days back…betoi ke “nama yang terpampang dlm document berkaitan projek tu” anak kepada HUSNI?

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            • 7. 916Malaysia  |  October 26, 2016 at 6:04 pm

              Sebab itulah kena tanya anak Husni lol

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        • 8. shamshul anuar  |  November 13, 2016 at 4:14 pm

          Orang Perlis,

          May i remind you that the appointment of cabinet Ministers are exclusively the right of the Prime Minister.

          Husni resigned as he refused offer to lead another Ministry.

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          • 9. drinho  |  November 14, 2016 at 2:28 pm

            SA,

            re: May i remind you that the appointment of cabinet Ministers are exclusively the right of the Prime Minister.

            I beg to differ. The allocation of cabinet posts are given to the respective BN component parties. President of each parties will nominate their candidate for the allocated cabinet posts. Eg. MCA is given the post of MITI Minister II. If MCA President decides to nominate Ong Ka Chuan, Najib can’t nominate some one else.

            Practically speaking, Najib has no exclusive rights. He could have his way for Umno’s appointment but not for other BN parties.

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            • 10. Helen Ang  |  November 14, 2016 at 11:23 pm

              It is the PM’s prerogative whether to even give MCA any ministerial portfolio or not. If he chooses not to give, then all of the MCA leaders – be it Liow, Wee or Ong – have got no ‘spoils’ to fight over. The point is moot.

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              • 11. drinho  |  November 15, 2016 at 9:25 am

                Helen, you have poor understanding of the political dynamics of BN. Cabinet post are determined via consensus at BN level. Not PM’s sole personal prerogative. Remember MCA once threatened/resolved not to join cabinet if the party loses in election? MCA did lost in election and back-tracked on that resolution. Ended up joining cabinet with the allocated post. Such posts are already allocated to MCA. Depends on MCA whether to take it or not.

                Another proof is the private members bill of Hadi, dubbed Hudud Bill. Umno has agreed to support the Bill. But all other BN parties, from MCA all the way to Sarawak state BN parties have expressed objection. If Najib really have prerogative to appoint cabinet ministers consisting of non-Umno parties, why he didn’t use his prerogative to instruct the ministers from non-Umno parties to support the Bill or they will be sacked? After all, these ministers are top leaders in the BN parties. They in turn can instruct their MPs in their respective parties to support the Bill.

                Liow and Subra have made statements like “I will resign if Hudud Bill is passed”. If Najib really have prerogative to appoint ministers, Najib should be the one telling off Liow and Subra “If you don’t support Hudud Bill, you will be sacked as ministers”. The fact that Liow/Subra can make threats to resign and not Najib who issue threats to sack shows that PM has no prerogative. Such prerogative is conceptual, but in political reality cabinet appointment is a consensus of the BN parties.

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                • 12. Helen Ang  |  November 15, 2016 at 9:59 am

                  re: “Cabinet post are determined via consensus at BN level. Not PM’s sole personal prerogative.”

                  Who told you?

                  re: “Remember MCA once threatened/resolved not to join cabinet if the party loses in election? MCA did lost in election and back-tracked on that resolution. Ended up joining cabinet with the allocated post.”

                  MCA muka tebal. Kata tak dikota.

                  re: “Such posts are already allocated to MCA.”

                  Najib bagi muka jer.

                  re: “If Najib really have prerogative to appoint cabinet ministers consisting of non-Umno parties, why he didn’t use his prerogative to instruct the ministers from non-Umno parties to support the Bill or they will be sacked?”

                  How do you know he didn’t?

                  re: “The fact that Liow/Subra can make threats to resign and not Najib who issue threats to sack shows that PM has no prerogative.”

                  Let Liow resign. Or is he going to backtrack like he did on CSL’s resolution to stay out of cabinet?

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                  • 13. drinho  |  November 15, 2016 at 11:33 am

                    re: How do you know he didn’t?

                    I have no idea what transpired behind closed doors. As far as news reports are concerned, Najib has not publicly instruct cabinet ministers to support the Bill or face sacking. But for sure, Liow and Subra together with other MPs from BN parties (I am not listing them here) have openly objected to the Bill. Take note that they have not retracted their objections. As such, safe to assume that they still maintain their objection on the Bill.

                    If Najib had told them to support the Bill whether in private or public, surely they will retract their objections which were recorded by the press.

                    Liow was brave enough to openly reject the Bill during the recently concluded MCA AGM right in front of Najib.

                    https://www.malaysiakini.com/news/362722

                    If Najib really have absolute prerogative to appoint ministers, shouldn’t Liow be sacked immediately?

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                    • 14. Helen Ang  |  November 15, 2016 at 11:39 am

                      Your updates noted.

                      re: “If Najib really have absolute prerogative to appoint ministers, shouldn’t Liow be sacked immediately?”

                      Why put the cart before the horse?

                      Liow said he would quit the cabinet if bill is passed.

                      It might actually take the form of Jamil Khir Baharom’s bill tabled on behalf of the gomen. So Liow still got room to wriggle.

                    • 15. drinho  |  November 15, 2016 at 5:53 pm

                      re: Why put the cart before the horse?

                      Assume you are a boss. You have many staffs. One staff told you that he will not obey your instruction. Will you sack him immediately or wait for him to show his disobedience then only you sack him?

                      re: Liow said he would quit the cabinet if bill is passed.

                      There is a difference between a superior (Najib) sacking a subordinate (Liow) vs self resignation. If Najib is determined to see the Bill being passed to uphold syariah courts, he should immediately sack dissenting cabinet members now. Appoint new ministers that will toe the line and put the Bill to vote for eventual approval.

                      By retaining the rebellious ministers in his cabinet, Najib will be embarrassed if the Bill is defeated due to the objections of the MPs aligned to these rebellious ministers. Why would Najib want to take such risk?

                    • 16. Helen Ang  |  November 15, 2016 at 8:09 pm

                      re: “Will you sack him immediately or wait for him to show his disobedience then only you sack him?”

                      Why not give him enough rope to hang himself? If you sack, he might haul you to industrial court.

                      re: “There is a difference between a superior (Najib) sacking a subordinate (Liow) vs self resignation.”

                      You’re the one tying the 355 bill to the PM’s prerogative to appoint ministers. True that Liow made a ‘threat’ but Najib is not showing his hand.

                      re: “If Najib is determined to see the Bill being passed to uphold syariah courts, he should immediately sack dissenting cabinet members now.”

                      I dunno. Is he? Umno never pressed this point the last 60 years.

                      re: “Appoint new ministers that will toe the line and put the Bill to vote for eventual approval.”

                      It is all the MPs who are voting, not members of the cabinet some of whom are senators.

                      re: “By retaining the rebellious ministers in his cabinet, Najib will be embarrassed if the Bill is defeated due to the objections of the MPs aligned to these rebellious ministers. Why would Najib want to take such risk?”

                      Instead of just sacking Liow, why don’t he sack the entire MCA? After all , it is the MPs who vote in the Dewan. They have to follow the BN whip unless given the freedom to vote according to conscience, in which case some PR Muslim MPs might vote ‘Yes’.

                    • 17. drinho  |  November 16, 2016 at 9:19 am

                      re: If you sack, he might haul you to industrial court.

                      Depends. You can terminate his employment contract with immediate effect by paying compensation in lieu of notice as per terms in the said contract. Or you can sack based on insubordination, which is a valid reason in law. Let say he sues you at industrial court, he may or may not win. But if you retain him as staff despite his clear statement that he will not listen to your instruction, you as the boss will have more to lose and risk jeopardise your company.

                      re: You’re the one tying the 355 bill to the PM’s prerogative to appoint ministers.

                      I am just giving an example. How many issues that we have seen BN allows for ‘agree to disagree’. From 1MDB to China diplomacy to TPPA to Bersih, all BN parties adopt the same stand and no dissenting view. That is the BN consensus and if I may extend, the same reflects on the ministers’ (consist of BN parties top leaders) collective responsibility. Any minister that refuses to follow, should either resign (Zaid, Husni) or be dropped/sacked (Muhyiddin, Shafie). Why we don’t see Liow and Subra being sacked or dropped by Najib? Simply because he has no power to determine the candidate of minister posts allocated to MCA and MIC.

                      Anyway, it is about numbers. If BN really has the sufficient number of MPs to ensure the bill is voted ‘yes’, just expedite the proceeding and bring the bill to the sequence in priority rather than putting it the back burner. After all, BN controls the minister in charge or Parliament and the Speaker. Guess we can just wait and wait and wait.

        • 18. Awang Marang  |  November 22, 2016 at 6:00 am

          Ask his rub-a-bontot former PA

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      • 19. Mud slinger wages war  |  November 14, 2016 at 12:22 pm

        “As for Muhyiddin’s expulsion, he deserved it.”

        By whom, with whom, for what did Mr Muhyiddin deserve to be expelled, tuan?

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  • 20. AK47  |  October 24, 2016 at 5:58 pm

    Ms H, I have met some very good Hainanese of the older generation, first class people. But the present lot of Hainanese manifest the worst characteristics one could find because they worship something alien to them.

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  • 21. Indian  |  October 24, 2016 at 6:39 pm

    She reminds me of the recently deceased Hanoi Hannah, another expert at brainwashing, dissuasion, demoralisation and propagating delusion and rebellion.

    Mentality like Vietcong.

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  • 22. akutakdapat  |  November 13, 2016 at 3:36 pm

    one got 2 bags of tapai and one got 2 bird eggs… yet i still hate the word regime they keep using…so here in selangor why not say pakatan harapan regime..harapan my ass…

    Reply

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