15 July 2019

Jangan terlalu mudah menunding jari...


1. Rabu 10hb Julai adalah hari ulangtahun kelahiran Tun Mahathir Mohamad yang ke 94 dan secara kebetulan hari ini Khamis, 11hb Julai adalah tarikh lahir saya dan esok Jumaat, giliran Tun Dr. Siti Hasmah yang ke 93 pula.

2. Sebelum melelapkan mata malam nanti, bawalah berfikir secara rasional dan tanpa dipengaruhi perasaan emosi, apakah faedah atau untungnya orang tua berusia 94 tahun ini perolehi, jika sekiranya bangsanya bersatu dan kuat?

3. Majoriti rakyat percaya dan cukup yakin persetujuan Tun menerima jawatan Perdana Menteri buat kali ke-2 pada usia 93 tahun adalah semata - mata bagi menyelamatkan negara dari terus hancur.

4. Sedarkah kita 60% dari kira - kira 30 juta rakyat negara ini terdiri dari Bangsa Melayu?

5. Namun hakikatnya Melayu sudah tidak bersatu; ia berpecah kepada 6 parti siasah dan tidak menghairankan jika ia akan terus berpecah lagi.

6. Hobi perpecahan ini tidak berlaku di kalangan masyarakat Tionghua.

7. Mengimbau kembali sejarah, bagi membebaskan rakyat Persekutuan Tanah Melayu dari terus dipulas oleh penjajah British, lebih 40 Persatuan Melayu telah sanggup mengenepikan fahaman dan kepentingan masing - masing.

8. Akhirnya pada 11hb Mei 1946 pengorbanan mereka itu berhasil apabila mereka sepakat untuk duduk di bawah satu payung bernama Pertubuhan Kebangsaan Melayu Bersatu atau PEKEMBAR yang lebih dikenali dengan panggilan nama Inggerisnya UMNO (United Malay National Organisation).


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9. Tanpa mengenepikan sifat dan sikap mementingkan diri, sudah pasti kita terus berada di telunjuk penjajah.

10. 'Bulat Air Kerana Pembentong, Bulat Manusia Kerana Muafakat’.

11. Selagi lidi tidak disatu dan diikat, selagi itulah ia senang dipatah - patahkan ; namun setelah disatu dan diikat dengan rapi serta kuat, ia akan menjadi penyapu yang boleh membantu kerja-kerja pembersihan.

12. Bertolak dari prinsip itulah akhirnya penjajah British TERPAKSA tunduk kepada tuntutan orang Melayu - mahukan KEMERDEKAAN!

13. Justeru, tepat jam 12.00 tengah malam pada 31hb Ogos 1957, rakyat menitiskan air mata kegembiraan melihat buat pertama kalinya bendera negara kita sendiri dikibarkan bagi menggantikan bendera Union Jack.

14. Jika lebih 40 Persatuan Melayu sanggup mengenepikan ego dan kepentingan diri dan Persatuan masing - masing demi Kemerdekaan Persekutuan Tanah Melayu, mengapa hari ini kita hanya pandai menyalak tapi tidak sanggup mengikut jejak langkah mereka dahulu demi kepentingan bangsa kita sendiri untuk kini dan masa depan seterusnya?

15. Realitinya perpecahan juga berlaku di antara mereka di dalam parti - parti tersebut.

16. Orang Melayu khasnya di kalangan orang muda sudah mual dan muak dengan pertelagahan dan permainan dan taktik kotor mereka yang memperalatkan bangsa dan agama semata - mata untuk kepentingan diri.


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17. Hadaplah cermin, renung dan tanya diri sendiri apakah kita ini suci dan tidak pernah melakukan sebarang kesalahan; apakah kita suci dan maksum seperti bayi yang baru dilahirkan?

18. Tak perlu kita salahkan orang lain bagi menutup kelemahan dan kegagalan kita sendiri.

19. MEMANG SENANG MENCARI KESALAHAN ORANG LAIN DARIPADA MENGAKU KESALAHAN SENDIRI.

20. Jika kita benar - benar ikhlas cintakan bangsa sendiri , maka 'Lupakan Yang Keruh Ambillah Yang Jernih'.

21. Ingatlah setiap kali kita menuding jari, ada tiga jari lagi yang menuding diri kita sendiri.

22. SEMOGA KIAMBANG BERTAUT SELEPAS BIDUK BERLALU.

23. Inilah harapan dan usaha murni terakhir Tun Dr. Mahathir SEBELUM meninggalkan kita bangsa Melayu buat selama - lamanya.

24. Sebaik - baik amalan ialah memaafkan sesiapa sahaja sebelum orang berkenaan memohon maaf dari kita.

25. Jadilah Bangsa yang bersatu, di segani dan bangsa yang boleh dipercayai dan dipandang tinggi BUKANNYA bangsa yang sibuk becakaran sesama sendiri dan dipandang hina dan keji. - Tamrin Tun Ghafar

Jawatan dan kuasa boleh 
menghancur apa saja... 

Azmin Ali setuju pandangan Mukhriz Mahathir mengenai peralihan kuasa di antara Mahathir dengan Anwar tidak ditentukan tempohnya. Azmin memberi alasan, Mahathir memerlukan masa untuk memulihkan ekonomi negara.

Azmin fikir soal ekonomi negara ini hanya Mahathir sahaja yang tahu memulih dan membangunkan. Di sini saya nampak Azmin sokong Mahathir terus menjadi PM adalah demi kepentingannya. Selagi Mahathir jadi PM, maka kes "samburit" membabitkannya selamat.

Ketua Polis Negara juga akan memperpanjangkan hasil siasatan dan tidak akan mengumumkan selagi tidak ada green light daripada Mahathir. Segala-galanya ditangan Mahathir.

Apabila Azmin tidak akur dengan tempoh peralihan kuasa yang sudah dikonsensuskan ini bermakna hubungan politik kawan dan adik abang beliau dengan Anwar sudah hancur. Azmin perlahan-lahan merasakan diri lebih mampu dan berpeluang untuk jadi PM berbanding dengan Anwar.

Satu perkara saya nak sebut di sini angan-angan Azmin untuk jadi PM bukan gampang seperti dinyanyikan. Ia lebih sulit berbanding dengan Anwar. Orang atau pihak yang akan menghalangnya nanti ialah DAP dan sebahagian ahli parlimen daripada Umno yang berpihak kepada Zahid Hamidi yang mana mereka akan lebih simpatis dengan Anwar.

Kalau pun ia disokong oleh puak-puak Hadi ia masih belum mencukupi. Dan halangan paling besar buat Azmin ialah rakyat. Saya yakin 70% rakyat lebih sedia untuk melihat Anwar hadi PM berbanding dengan Azmin. Malahan Azmin berada dibawah Najib. Jika diadakan undian antara Anwar, Najib dan Azmin, Azmin akan jatuh di nombor tiga. - MSO

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Mahathir-Anwar Power Transition - 
Its all about who will be the next DPM...

Anwar Ibrahim’s ambition to become the 5th Prime Minister of Malaysia was crushed when then-PM Mahathir Mohamad sacked him in 1998. Mr. Anwar, who served as the deputy prime minister from 1993 to 1998 under Dr. Mahathir, was declared not fit to be the next premier for corrupt practices and sodomy – allegations that many believed was politically motivated.

Mr. Anwar was jailed in April 1999 anyway. Crying injustice over his sacking, he kick started “Reformasi”, a protest movement that began in September 1998 and spread like wildfire throughout the country. As the momentum started to build, a new multiracial-based party – Parti Keadilan Nasional or National Justice Party (KEADILAN) – was formed in 1999.

On 3 August 2003, KEADILAN merged with Parti Rakyat Malaysia (PRM) to become the current party – Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) or People’s Justice Party. While Anwar was locked behind bars, his wife, Wan Azizah led the party and increased its parliamentary representation from one seat to 31 seats in the 2008 General Election.

Upon his release in 2004, Anwar became the opposition de-facto leader who was instrumental in the formation of the now-defunct Pakatan Rakyat coalition. The new formidable opposition coalition would build the critical foundation leading to the ultimate defeat of the once invincible ruling Barisan Nasional government in 2018, which had ruled since independence in 1957.

In the same year that Anwar began a 5-year prison sentence in 2015, after a second sodomy conviction was upheld under Najib administration, Pakatan Rakyat was dissolved and a new opposition coalition – Pakatan Harapan (Alliance of Hope) – was formed. Armed with 50 parliamentary seats won in the May 2018 general election, PKR is today the biggest party in the ruling coalition.

So, today’s Anwar is a different animal from 1998’s Anwar. Back then, prior to his sacking, Anwar was seen as an arrogant, corrupt, power-crazy, impatient – even a racist and an extremist – UMNO leader. More importantly, he was kicked out of UMNO with nothing but the shirt on his back. But he refused to go down tamely and fought for over 20 years to make a comeback.

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Mahathir and Anwar

That probably explains why Mahathir said he trusts in Anwar’s capability of leading the Pakatan Harapan (PH) coalition due to his history of leading the now-defunct Pakatan Rakyat. The prime minister said in an interview in April – “He left UMNO and he was able to bring DAP, PAS even, and his party together, so he has leadership qualities.”

In the same interview with the New Straits Times, Mahathir also revealed why Anwar is a more “acceptable” leader than former PM Najib – “I think that to have Anwar replace a person like Najib is more acceptable than to have Najib carry on, so I decided that I would work with Anwar … between Najib and Anwar, I think Najib is a worse leader than Anwar. Najib is the worst leader!”

Hence, to suggest that the 94-year-old Mahathir will not hand over his power to Anwar, as consistently trumpeted by the opposition and Anwar haters, is quite silly. It’s even sillier to suggest that Mahathir is more willing to partner with UMNO and PAS for the sake of Malay unity than to honour his promise of power transition to Anwar, especially now that Najib has returned as UMNO adviser.

Exactly to whom should Mahathir pass the baton if he forms an alliance with enemies like UMNO or PAS, knowing very well that not only Najib is enjoying his life a free man, he is also more popular now than when he was the prime minister? It would be back to the square one, risking Najib becoming premier again, if Mahathir breaks his promise on the power transition plan.

Even if Mahathir wanted to perform another sodomy stunt on Anwar just to stop his former deputy from taking over the premiership, he can’t. As mentioned, today’s Anwar is different from 1998’s Anwar. Today’s Anwar has in his possession 50 parliamentary seats. Even if his deputy president Azmin Ali defects to Mahathir’s camp, he could do very little damage considering his homosexual scandal.


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 Anwar  and Muhyiddin Yassin

In the name of friendship, comradeship and principle, DAP, with 42 parliamentary seats, would most likely throw their support behind Anwar if Mahathir goes rogue and betrays the existing coalition. In the same breath, the friendship between Lim Guan Eng and Mohamad “Mat” Sabu would probably see Amanah (11 parliamentary seats) swings its support for Anwar too.

But why can’t Mahathir set a date to ensure a smooth transition to Anwar, and eliminate dangerous rumours and speculations once and for all? It’s all about the post of deputy prime minister, traditionally second-in-command who would become the next prime minister. It’s a public knowledge that Deputy PM Wan Azizah is just warming up the seat for her husband, Anwar Ibrahim.

Wan Azizah’s role is extremely critical in the event unexpected misfortune happens to the 94-year-old prime minister. While Mahathir has repeated himself until foaming at the mouth that Anwar will take over once he steps down eventually, what is unknown is who will be crowned as the deputy prime minister. For obvious reason, it cannot be an ethnic Chinese from DAP.

Multiracial Chinese-majority DAP, however, has a stabilizing role of safeguarding the status quo that neither Mahathir nor Anwar will go ballistic and start a nuclear war against each other, similar to the dramatic escalation between Donald Trump and Kim Jong-Un. That’s why the opposition repeatedly stirs up racial and religion sentiments among the Malays that the Muslims and Malay Rulers have lost power to DAP.

To ensure stability, the next second-in-command has to come from Mahathir’s party, PPBM (Bersatu). The ideal plan is to rotate the prime minister and the deputy prime minister among PKR and Bersatu leaders. So, when Anwar becomes the PM, his deputy must be someone from ally Bersatu. And once Anwar steps down, the next premier will come from Bersatu and the deputy post goes to PKR.

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Anwar and Mukhriz Mahathir

The problem with Bersatu is it seriously lacks talents. That’s understandable as the party was founded only in September 7, 2016, as compared to 20-year-old PKR. In fact, Azmin Ali was meant to be groomed as the next deputy PM, and not PM, once he defects to Mahathir’s camp. Mahathir had never hinted in any way that Azmin is to succeed him as the next PM.

It was the foolish and impatient Azmin who thought he was the best invention since sliced bread. After the explosive homosexual video clips, there’s no way to promote Azmin as the deputy PM representing Bersatu, let alone the next prime minister. The battle for the position of deputy PM has gotten clearer and interesting with the remarks from Mukhriz in an interview with the Nikkei Asian Review.

PM Mahathir’s son Mukhriz Mahathir told all and sundry that there is no agreed timeframe of two years for his father to pass on the prime minister post to PM-in-waiting Anwar Ibrahim. So, while both Mahathir and Anwar had an agreement on the succession plan, the 2-year timeframe for the handover did not exist. More importantly, Mukhriz said his father should be given time to fix Malaysia’s economic and financial issues.

In the same interview with Nikkei, the Mahathir’s son also said he is prepared to follow in his father’s footsteps. Why did he say that? Clearly, Mukhriz was trying to buy time when he claimed the non-existence 2-year power transition timeframe. He needed time to consolidate his power in order to be appointed as the deputy prime minister to continue the Mahathir Dynasty.

That explains why Mukhriz Mahathir proposed earlier this month for the top three positions in the party – chairman, president and deputy president – to be uncontested in the coming (PPBM or Bersatu) party polls. Conveniently, Mukhriz is the deputy president while his father is the chairman and Muhyiddin Yassin is the president. He also said that the “one member one vote” system could be reviewed.


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Muhyiddin Yassin and Mukhriz Mahathir

Like UMNO’s existing structure where its president is chosen from 191 division chiefs, Mahathir and his fifth child Mukhriz wanted to ultimately replicate the same model into their party Bersatu. Such model will create the corrupt warlord system, but it’s easier to control (or rather bribe) 191 warlords than to buy votes from hundreds of thousands or millions of party members.

Interestingly, Mukhriz claims that while he is not really ambitious to become the next prime minister after Anwar, he remains open if opportunity arises. His message was clear – that Anwar must support him as the next deputy prime minister if Anwar wants a smooth power transition from his father Mahathir. But the problem with Mukhriz is his lack of experience and popularity.

Born with a silver spoon like Najib Razak, everything that Mukhriz has today was being given on a silver platter by virtue of him being the son of Mahathir Mohamad. Even as the chief minister of a small state Kedah, his achievement has been average at best. In the dog-eat-dog Malay politics, it would be a miracle if Mukhriz could without his daddy’s watch and protection.

Alternatively, Anwar could appoint Muhyiddin as his deputy prime minister, with Minister Mentor Mahathir monitoring from behind the scene. Assuming Mahathir agrees to pass his baton and the PH government could get two-thirds Parliament majority to limit the premier’s tenure to 2 terms (max 10 years) by next year, the year would be 2030 when PM Anwar steps down.

In 2030, Muhyiddin will be 82 years old, if he could outlive his pancreatic cancer cells. At 64 years old, Mukhriz could still comfortably take over from Anwar. But most likely Muhyiddin could babysit Mukhriz for 1 term before retires for good, paving the way for the son of Mahathir to assume the role as deputy prime minister in 2025, at a healthy age of 59 years old.

Of course, if Muhyiddin doesn’t mind, the country can always have two deputy prime ministers in the form of Muhyiddin and Mukhriz, just so that Mahathir can have a peace of mind that his son is being taken care of. Mukhriz will have 10 years to learn the rope, and hopefully he will not become as corrupt as Najib, since the son of Mahathir was already a very wealthy man today. - FT

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Atuk kayuh basikal...

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Tuduhan pengkafiran PAShadi sehingga terjadi solat 2 imam, nikah 2 kali, tak makan 
sembelihan orang UMNO itu bukan rekaan, tapi benar2 berlaku dan saksinya masih hidup...

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cheers.

13 July 2019

Din jadi TPM untuk Anwar...


Dalam teori peralihan kuasa antara Mahathir kepada Anwar Ibrahim, nama Azmin Ali tidak dimaktubkan sebagai Timbalan Perdana Menteri. Sebaliknya Muhyiddin dinamakan sebagai TPM. Demikian teori peralihan ciptaan Husam Musa.

Husam mengemukakan teori, sekiranya Anwar menjadi PM, Muhyiddin Yassin adalah tokoh berpengalaman sebagai timbalannya. 

Kewujudan Muhyiddin itu dalam konsep persilangan di antara pemimpin Bersatu dengan Keadilan dengan mengambil kira amalan kini PM daripada Bersatu sementara timbalan daripada Keadilan, Wan Azizah.



Menurut Husam sebaiknya kalau PM daripada Keadilan maka timbalannya perlulah daripada Bersatu.

Jelas di sini nama Azmin yang digegerkan sebagai TPM atau PM langsung tidak terlukis dalam teori berkenaan.

Apakah Husam mencampak keluar nama Azmin kerana isu video lucah Haziq, atau pun ada hambatan lain, seperti ketidak mampuan Azmin dan kegagalannya mempamerkan dirinya sebagai pemimpin disukai ramai. - MSO 

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Pecah tembelang lagi Najib...

Kali ini saksi dari bekas Pengerusi KWAP yang juga bekas Ketua Setiausaha Perbendaharaan Kementerian Kewangan bagitahu mahkamah..

Bahawa semua wang yang dipinjam dari KWAP RM4 bilion langsung tidak digunakan untuk sebarang projek sepertimana mereka janji dahulu iaitu antara alasan nak pinjam duit KWAP RM4 bilion itu adalah untuk digunakan kepada projek2 kerajaan dalam negara dan pelaburan di luar negara.

Duit RM4 bilion dah lesap habis digunakan. Projek dan pelaburan entah ada atau tidak ditipunya. 

Akhirnya tak mampu nak bayar balik hutang RM4 bilion.. Najib mintak lagi buat hutang dari kerajaan beratus2 juta ringgit sebab nak bayar hutang balik kepada KWAP.
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HABIS TU RM4 BILION TU DAH LESAP PERGI MANA ?

Najib guna duit SRC US$130,625 (RM533,028) utk bayar kad kredit 'bershopping' bersama Rosmah di butik Chanel, Hawaii dulu tu salah satu 'pelaburan SRC' ke luar negara jugak ka ??!

MANA NAK LARI NAJIB !!!.. 

Makin lama Najib dibicara makin banyak pekung Najib terbongkar. - f/bk

Ahmad Mazlan disekolahkan Guan Eng kerana cuba memutarbelitkan fakta.
Azmin under siege...

Several days ago, Azmin Ali was greeted with boos while delivering a speech during the Felda Settlers' Day in his capacity as economic affairs minister. The situation came as a big embarrassment for Prime Minister Tun Mahathir Mohamad and other cabinet members present at the event. I have no idea what Mahathir would think and whether his support for Azmin would be shaken.

Sure enough Azmin was not booed squarely because of the sex video scandal, as it could be due to the Felda settlers' frustration with the PH government. Whatever reason for the outburst, it has already dealt an additional blow on Azmin, putting him in a very unfavourable situation.

As the economic affairs minister, Azmin's performance is hardly encouraging. In a sluggish national economy, his lacklustre performance has made him a liability for the PH government. Political observers discover that Azmin has spent more time and effort in his ministry and public affairs only after the sex video scandal came into light.

On a personal front, Azmin and his camp have reiterated that he is innocent and has been framed by other people in the sex video scandal. However, they have failed to convince the public that he was not guy in the video. Actually no one is bothered so much about whether Azmin has been framed because in the cognition of many, this has become very much an integral part of Malaysia's political game. As long as he cannot prove his innocence, his eligibility as a political leader will come under public scepticism. 


The same charges were hurled at Anwar Ibrahim 20 years ago. The difference is that the public were overwhelmingly supporting Anwar back then, seeing him as the impersonation of justice in confronting the power to be. And because of popular support, Anwar had been able to go on fighting with Mahathir and subsequently Najib, at times even initiating massive rallies in support of him. By comparison, Azmin looks so much more helpless and lonely save the staunch backing from Mahathir and his own camp.

Azmin's destiny to a very large extent depends on the outcome of police investigation. The longer the delay, the more difficult for him to get back to the normal political track. As if that is not enough, Azmin's rivals do not seem to contented just that. Haziq claimed that they not only had sex in Sandakan but elsewhere in the country, including luxurious hotels in Kuching and Kuala Lumpur, and that he would show the videos if necessary.

Unhappy with the much delayed police investigation, Umno's Lokman vowed to take the video overseas for expert verification. Time is not on Azmin or Mahathir's side. Azmin is no longer the most ideal candidate to succeed Mahathir, nor the best ally to fight Mahathir's rivals.

The prime minister has called for a grand unity among the Malays by accommodating Umno and PAS members. Does this announcement hint that the PM is about to abandon Azmin and is trying to get the support from outside PH to firm up his rule?

Azmin is now under siege, and he only has three options now: to stay in PKR, but his strength will be continually eroded and he will lose his dominance in the party; to join PPBM, but the scandal-tainted leader may not be welcome by everyone in the party; or to form a new party, which some say is what Azmin is actively doing now.

The question is: will he get enough supporters to go through the thick and thin with him and start everything afresh? - sinchewdaily

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Lokasi tak dinyatakan; seorang lelaki yang menunggang motor terserempak dengan sekawan gajah dan terpaksa meninggalkan motornya tak sempat bertongkat. Oleh para gajah berkenaan, seekor kepala gajah menyapanya dengan lemah lembut membelai belalai di motornya.

Agaknya gajah tu kata "awat hang biaq sampai motor tergolek ni, kami tak jahat aih.. kami lalu sini ja.."

Oleh kerana panik tak tahu buat apa dah, beliau merayu dan memohon maaf. Gajah akhirnya menerima permintaan lelaki berkenaan dan berlalu dari lokasi tanpa lelaki itu diapa-apakan.

Yang anehnya sempat pula membernya amik gambar kawan yg dah nak tekencing-kencing tu...- f/bk

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Ustaz Nik Omar dihalang memberi kuliah di sebuah masjid di Dungun..tapi lebai2 PAS bebas berkuliah di mana2 masjid di Gombak.. Dengan Ustaz Nik Omar pun kerajaan Trengganu takut ke? Boddo punya kerajaang..


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cheers.

12 July 2019

Antara Kes Rogol Dan Kes Semburit...

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Exco Perak Paul Yong Choo Kiong terus ditangkap polis dan disiasat apabila pembantunya buat laporan polis kononnya dia dicabul dan dirogol oleh Exco daripada DAP itu.

Sebaik dibuat laporan polis, polis pun tangkap dan siasatan. Pergilah Paul ke balai polis dan ditahan dalam lokap. Maka kecurlah seluruh dunia.

Setelah disiasat polis, Paul pun dibebaskan. Selepas bebas beliau menafikan dia tidak pun merogol pembantu rumahnya. itu.

Nasib Paul tidak sebaik nasib Timbalan Presiden Keadilan, Azmin Ali yang juga telah dilaporkan sebagai menjadi pasangan homoseksual kepada seorang jantan lain. Polis tidak segera pun tangkap dan siasatnya. Dia bebas bergerak ke mana-mana, termasuk jumpa ulama dan Mufti.

Apakah kerana Paul, berbangsa Cina dan daripada DAP pula maka dia siasat segera manakala kerana Timbalan Presiden itu daripada Keadilan dan kebetulan pula berbangsa Cina, pernah didendangkan sebagai anak angkat Dr Mahathir maka ia tidak diperapa-apakah?

Saya tidak faham macam mana keadilan dan kebebasan diamalkan dalam negara ini. Cuma teringat kepada sepatah kata-kata bekas PM Abdullah Badawi setelah menjadi PM, katanya: Selepas jadi PM baru saya tahu kuasa PM sangat luas dan boleh melakukan apa-apa yang dia hendakinya. Cis. - MSO

Bersama Menteri Pertahanan 

Menteri Pengakutan vs PAS...

Najib Razak and Zahid Hamidi - Crooks Laughing
 Najib and Zahid May Be Plotting How 
To Strip And Plunder UMNO Assets...

When Mahathir Mohamad openly invited all Malay parties, including the UMNO, to join his party PPBM (Bersatu) under the pretext of Malay unity, it raises eyebrows. To the people who had shed sweat, tears and probably even blood bringing down the corrupt and toxic UMNO last May General Election, the prime minister’s invitation was seen as a betrayal of the highest degree.

For a while, Ahmad Zahid Hamidi, the UMNO president who suddenly made an unexpected but shameless comeback from his so-called garden leaves, thought that Mahathir’s invitation was like a gift from the God. Could it mean his prayers have been answered and his record 87 corruption charges would be dropped and he gets to walk away scot free if he joins the old man’s party?

Zahid probably had slapped his face a couple of times in disbelief over the offer. Even his colleague, Khairy Jamaluddin, son-in-law of former PM Abdullah Badawi, has advised his party UMNO to give a serious thought to the invitation to join hands with rival Bersatu. Khairy too believed the offer was too good to be ignored. Clearly, life as an opposition is too tough after ruling the country for 61 years.

The next warlord who was equally excited to the extent he almost orgasm at the proposal was Hishammuddin Hussein, the cousin of former PM Najib Razak. He too said UMNO’s top leaders should not dismiss any chance of a new political cooperation if it can unite their race, even though his reason to join Mahathir is to gain immunity from prosecution over past corruptions.

But Zahid Hamidi figured he had to play hard to get. After all, his party has 37 MPs, more than Mahathir’s party which possesses only 26 MPs. It probably crossed Zahid’s mind that he might not be accepted. But if Mahathir wants to acquire UMNO, it has to be sold as a complete package. Hence, the UMNO president rejected the prime minister’s invitation.


 Najib Razak - Malu Apa Bossku - Why The Shame Boss
Najib Razak - Malu Apa Bossku

The 93-year-old Mahathir later made an incredible clarification. His invitation apparently was for “members” of other Malay-based parties – not the Malay parties. So, Zahid’s illusion, and Najib’s for that matter, that the ruling Pakatan Harapan (PH) coalition would be enlarged to accept UMNO as a new component for the sake of Malay unity was crushed.

To be fair, everyone had the perception that Mahathir’s offer was for Malay parties, including UMNO Malay nationalist party and PAS Islamist party, to join the ruling Pakatan Harapan coalition. Perhaps the premier was a bit senile. But it’s also absolutely possible that the old fox was testing the water, having fun watching crook like Zahid Hamidi squirming and begging to be invited.

Essentially, Mahathir’s clarification that UMNO as a party cannot join Pakatan closes the door for big time crooks like Najib Razak, Zahid Hamidi, Tengku Adnan and Abdul Azeez Abdul Rahim, just to name a few, from any immunity deal. The line has been drawn. Those crooks can never be forgiven as long as Mahathir sits on the throne.

Two days ago (July 9), out of the blue, ex-PM Najib was appointed chairman of Barisan Nasional (BN) advisory board, whatever that means. His appointment was unanimously agreed upon by the BN Supreme Council. The funny thing about welcoming the crook back to BN is that there was previously no advisory board. The post was created specially for Najib.

Exactly what can Najib advise the BN now when the same coalition was defeated under the leadership of the same man in the May 9th General Election last year? If he is such a gem, he should not have had stepped down as UMNO president after BN’s defeat in the 14th General Election. It’s an educated guess that both Najib and Zahid had planned to make the comeback together.

Khairy, probably the smartest man left in UMNO, said he was not happy with the return of his former boss Najib. He had earlier expressed his displeasure at the comeback of Zahid too. Hishammuddin has opted to play safe, offering neither support nor objection to the return of his cousin. Surprisingly, the biggest critic came from Nazri Aziz, once the biggest supporter of Najib in his 1MDB scandal.


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Khairy and Nazri Aziz

Nazri said – “Who did we lose under (in the last general election)? What kind of advice can he give us? I think it is regressive.” Does the appointment of Najib as UMNO adviser prove that neither the leaderships of acting president Mohamed Hasan nor president Zahid Hamidi were effective, despite the trumpeted propaganda that UMNO and PAS alliance will crush the current government?

On the surface, Najib’s comeback looks positive. Like a white knight in shining armour, he could inject his fund – “Malu Apa Bossku (Why The Shame, Boss) moniker” – into UMNO and rejuvenate the almost bankrupt corrupt party. But if even his cheerleader Nazri could smell a rat with the return of his former boss, the crooked Najib is definitely up to something not good.

The last time Najib modified the constitution of SRC International Sdn. Bhd., a subsidiary of 1MDB, at an extraordinary general meeting (EGM) to make him the “adviser emeritus” of the company, he controlled the company and ordered retirement fund KWAP to loan RM4 billion to SRC, a company known as “Najib’s company”.

Yes, Najib’s express appointment as the adviser to UMNO, a non-existent position previously, has very little to do with strengthening the party. It was actually a humiliation to UMNO Council of Advisors chairman Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah, who was surprised at Najib’s appointment. Effectively, Najib’s new role as an adviser will make Razaleigh’s role redundant and obsolete.

It’s both entertaining and amusing that the foolish Razaleigh has thrown his support behind Najib, not realising that the crook has come back to plunder the party’s coffers. Coincidentally, all the crooks – Najib Razak, Zahid Hamidi and Tengku Adnan – are part of the roundtable plotting how to strip UMNO assets as the party faces the prospect of de-registration.


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Tengku Adnan, Zahid Hamidi and Najib Razak

It was reported that UMNO once has assets totalling RM100 billion under proxies, trustees and nominees. UMNO president and its treasurer, who happens to be Zahid Hamidi and Tengku Adnan respectively, are a handful of leaders currently possessed the information of all the asset holders. However, the dumb Zahid probably was clueless as to how to recover the assets.

That explains the real reason as to why Zahid suddenly made a comeback from his garden leave, and the sudden appointment of Najib as BN adviser. Obviously, Najib cannot be made the UMNO Council of Advisors chairman since Razaleigh occupies the position. If there’s one man who can plunder and steal UMNO’s remaining assets, that man has to be Najib Razak.

Mr Treasurer Tengku Adnan was tasked with tracking down UMNO’s cash and property since last October. By now, he should have a list of assets belonging to the party. Sure, over the time, not all of the RM100 billion can be recovered. But there should be billions worth of assets left. Recently, UMNO sold its 123 million shares in Media Prima Bhd for RM73.81 million.

UMNO secretary-general Annuar Musa has announced that the party will sell more assets to boost its finance and cash-flow. UMNO members should start tracking where that money is being parked. Facing the likelihood of being declared illegal, Najib’s wide experience in money laundering is definitely useful in advising how to transfer cash out of UMNO to unknown entities.

To fight the present government, UMNO and BN need truckloads of money to mobilize its supporters. Selling assets for cash is one thing. Siphoning them for the rainy day is another thing. The very fact that Najib’s appointment was done with such secrecy, so much so that even Razaleigh was kept in the dark, speaks volumes that the crook’s mission isn’t just to blow his horn about “Bossku”. - FT


Dr.M jelaskan mengapa orang Melayu perlu bersatu di bawah PPBM, dan juga mencelah jawapan Anwar Ibrahim sama ada beliau akan menukar dasar selepas mengambil alih kuasa.

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Yang di-Pertuan Agong dan Raja Permaisuri Agong berkenan menganjurkan 
sambutan hari jadi secara mengejut untuk Dr.M di Istana Negara

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11 July 2019

UMNO lantik penyamun lagi...

Hujan naik ke langit. Beruk, ungka, biawak dan babi montel geleng kepala kerana masyarakat mereka pun tahu tindakan UMNO membunuh harapan rakyat menyokong parti yang uzur itu. Tidak pernah dengar manusia siuman yang punya otak melantik penyamun jadi pemimpin parti dan seorang maharaja penyamun menjadi pengerusi lembaga penasihat parti.

Hari ini UMNO mencipta sejarah paling bodoh di alam buana memilih dua manusia yang menunggu masa untuk disintuklimau dan mandi bunga oleh pejat, lipas, cicak dan mengkarong di Sg Buloh.


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Apakah para pemimpin dan ahli UMNO dikuasai iblis dan syaitan memilih pemimpin yang dibebani berpuluh tuduhan rasuah, salahguna kuasa, korup, pengubahan wang haram sebagai pemimpin parti? Apakah mereka fikir berjuta rakyat Malaysia bodoh, dunggu kaldai, lembu dan kerbau akan menyokong parti yang dipimpin para perompak, maharaja koruptor itu?

Nampaknya ahli-ahli UMNO buta matahati dan tidak insaf terhadap penentangan rakyat terhadap para lanun, perompak, pembelit, penipu dan puak munafiq yang menguasai parti itu hingga UMNO/BN ditendang rakyat dari Putrajaya pada PRU 14. 


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Muka-muka perompak yang sama kembali berkuasa sekarang. Mungkin Allah hendak menunjukkan sekali lagi manusia mungkar, super munafiq ini akan dilaknati, dan UMNO akan kecundang sekali lagi kalau mereka tidak kembali ke jalan yang lurus.

UMNO sudah hilang sakral keramatnya. Hilang maruah, hargadiri, kredibiliti dan semangat perjuangannya sebagai pembela rakyat, agama dan tanahair tercinta. Masa depan UMNO semakin gelap, pudar nur keimanan pimpinannya, dan ia akan terus menyalak gunung namun sia-sia sahaja. Ia memilih para pemimpin Melayu yang bangsatkan Melayu maka UMNO akan menjadi parti bangsat yang akan ditolak oleh orang Melayu kelak. - Yahaya Ismail

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Menteri kenakan MP dari PAS - 
di zaman UMNO 30%,di zaman PH 40%

MP Rantau Panjang (Pas) YB Siti Zailah Yusuf  tanya soalan kepada YB Anyhony Loke (Menteri Pangangkutan) berkaitan pembinaan ECRL melibatkan kawasan beliau terutamanya, beliau menuduh kerajaan PH menganaktirikan kerajaan Kelantan. Megapa kuota bumiputra hanya 40% sahaja? soal beliau.

Dengan selamba menteri jawab, " Mengapa dulu tidak tanya kerajaan Bn tentang perkara ini? Dulu zaman Bn hanya dapat 30%. Bawah kerajaan PH, dirunding semula dan dapat dinaikkan dari 30% kepada 40%.. Itu jawapan menteri.

Maka, meyalak habis lebai2 dalam dewan. Marah sungguh mereka kalau sentuh nama Umno/Bn kawan baik mereka itu. Lihat perangai lebai. Zaman Umno, ECRL diwujudkan dan Umno/Bn dah buat macam2 perjanjian yang samasekali tidak menguntungkan rakyat dengan kos yg terlalu tinggi. 


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Bila PH perintah, mahu tidak mahu terpaksa teruskan projek tersebut tetapi banyak rundingan dibuat semula agar kos dapat dikurangkan. 

Kalau zaman Umno mereka runding dapat 30% saja, tetapi zaman PH kita runding dapat 40% untuk kontrak pekerja tempatan, adakah itu maksudnya kerajaan PH menganaktirikan Kelantan dan Umno itu sayang kepada Kelantan? Maka, wajib jatuhkan kerajaan PH dan wajib sokong Umno?

Zaman Umno/Bn, mereka rampas royalti, tapi dizaman PH, kita kembalikan royalti minyak itu adalah tanda kerajaan PH anaktirikan Kelantan dan Umno dulu sayang kepada Kelantan? Maka, jatuh fatwa haram sokong PH dan wajib sokong Umno?

Sebab itu aku kata, lebai memang jual agama... - Wfauzdin NS

At 94,Dr.M has a new goal to 
reunite Malays.But what for?...

As Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad turned 94 on Wednesday, well-wishers marvelled at his political staying power, while analysts wondered what new tricks the elder statesman of Asian politics might have up his sleeve.

Mahathir’s return to the apex of power last year – after a famous election victory over one time protégé Najib Razak – was widely seen as the greatest feat of a political career that stretches back to the 1940s.

That achievement came about because Mahathir quit the United Malays National Organisation (Umno) he had helped build during his first stint as prime minister, from 1981 to 2003, and joined the multiracial opposition he had spent so much of his colourful political life knocking down.

Umno, with its policy of admitting only members who are of Malay or indigenous [bumiputra, or sons of the soil] heritage, had for six decades until last year’s election been the country’s single most important political force – even though it was part of the multiparty Barisan Nasional coalition.

Malays and the indigenous peoples of peninsula Malaysia and Borneo make up about 67 per cent of Malaysia’s 33 million citizens. With Umno out of power, the now ruling Pakatan Harapan coalition includes several parties vying for support from that hefty ethnic vote bank.

Among them is the Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia (PPBM, or Malaysian United Indigenous Party), which Mahathir formed to contest the polls after he split from Umno.

Political analysts say, based on recent intimations by Mahathir, that the veteran politician’s next major political manoeuvre is to reconsolidate – in his favour – Malay support that was splintered by last year’s election.

Umno is a shadow of its previous self, but remains a potent force because its leaders – including the deposed ex-prime minister Najib – continue to use racial rhetoric to shore up support. In terms of size, it remains the country’s biggest Malay party, with three million members.

The Islamist Parti Se-Islam Malaysia (Malaysian Pan-Islamic Party), is also formidable – with about 800,000 members. Both parties form the present-day opposition.

Selamat ulangtahun hari kelahiran Dr.M dan Dr.Hasmah

Last week, Mahathir urged Malay parties to join forces with his PPBM, cautioning that Malay-only parties going it alone would not help the interests of the majority ethnic group. Mahathir said his offer was aimed at unifying the country’s increasingly splintered Malay community so that it can progress economically at a quicker pace.

Malays already benefit from affirmative action following racial violence in the 1960s sparked by a yawning wealth gap between the ethnic group and Malaysia’s wealthier Chinese minority.

“This [invitation to PPBM] is not a racist sentiment,” emphasised Mahathir. “We are just inviting members [to join]. There are already four Malay parties, enough. Malays must learn that politics is a serious matter … if there’s a problem, tell us, do not just start a new party.”

He later walked back his comments somewhat – amid pressure from multiracial coalition partners – but observers said his message to the Malays was clear: let PPBM be the new Umno. Wong Chin Huat, one of the country’s prominent political scientists, told This Week in Asia the prime minister was trying to use one stone “to kill several birds”.

“At the very least, it can sow the seeds of division in Umno. If they do jump over, it may strengthen Bersatu’s position in Pakatan Harapan,” Wong said.

Bersatu at present holds 26 parliamentary seats, making it the second smallest party in Pakatan Harapan. Thirteen of its MPs are ex-Umno lawmakers who crossed aisles after last year’s vote.
Wong and others in the commentariat are convinced, however, that Mahathir’s latest move is not just about hollowing out a deposed political foe.

Rather, they believe Mahathir is upping the ante in his rivalry with an ally, Anwar Ibrahim – leader of the Pakatan Harapan’s biggest party, the Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR, or People’s Justice Party).


Anwar was deputy prime minister to Mahathir during the senior politician’s first stint as prime minister, but the two had a falling out that resulted in Anwar being sacked and subsequently jailed for sodomy and corruption – convictions international rights groups say were trumped up by the then ruling administration.

They patched things up before last year’s election, and as part of an agreement, Mahathir must hand over power to Anwar within two years. The talk among Pakatan Harapan insiders is that Mahathir’s preference is to hand over power to another leader from PKR, the Economic Affairs Minister Azmin Ali, rather than Anwar.

The young minister, formerly chief minister of the state of Selangor, has grabbed headlines recently after allegedly featuring in a series of leaked sex videos. He denies involvement, and claims the videos were doctored to hurt him politically. PKR, which is helmed by Anwar as its president and Azmin as its deputy president, remains the biggest party in the ruling coalition, with 50 seats.

“[Mahathir’s Bersatu] is the party with the least number of seats, so it needs to have leverage to bargain and have its voice heard within Pakatan Harapan,” said Azmil Tayeb, a political scientist with Malaysia’s University of Science.

“Since the coalition gets weak support from Malay voters – still dwindling since the elections – Bersatu can use the ‘Malay unity’ card for leverage. Speculatively, it can also be used to check Anwar’s rise to power within Pakatan Harapan since Mahathir might be able to use the Malay unity card to convince other leaders to back his [preferred successor] instead.”

And Awang Azman Awang Pawi, a politics professor at the University of Malaya, said Mahathir was undoubtedly seeking to ‘defend his position’ amid rising pressure from Anwar’s camp for him to step down.

“Mahathir could have asked the opposition members to join Bersatu, or PKR or Amanah [another party in Pakatan Harapan], not just Bersatu. Clearly there are political motives to strengthen Bersatu so it is no longer a minority party,” he said.



For now, it remains to be seen if Mahathir’s overtures to other Malay parties will strengthen his hand. Moderates within Umno, such as former youth minister Khairy Jamaluddin, have turned down the prime minister’s offer – even though he said he accepted the notion that the Malay ground was too divided.

Others in Umno, such as its president, former deputy prime minister Ahmad Zahid Hamidi – mired in corruption charges like his former boss Najib – has struck back hard at Mahathir’s offer.

Zahid said his party would never work with Bersatu because of its strong ties with the Democratic Action Party, the Chinese-dominated Pakatan Harapan constituent party that has long been vilified by Umno as anti-Malay.

Mahathir, pressed by the media on Monday on his motive behind trying to unite the Malay political ground, had this to say: “We appeal to the Malays to be sensible about politics. You have 10, or 50 parties, for what?” The answer to that rhetorical question may be in Umno’s track record as a near monolithic political voice for the Malays, some observers say.

“The idea of one Malay party is playing politics to rally support and build strength [for Bersatu] … I doubt having a sole Malay party will distribute equally the advantages to all layers of Malay society,” said Kartini Aboo Talib, a professor in policy analysis at the National University of Malaysia.

The Umno-led Barisan Nasional did that “and yet the results scattered spatially and [created] new social hierarchies with significant income gaps,” she said. - scmp

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jgn lupa bank in paling tadak pun RM5k seoqhang...indahnya nikmat berkosa...- f/bk

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10 July 2019

What if all Malay parties joined Bersatu?

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Today Dr. M is 94... Moga2 panjang umur...

Dr Mahathir Mohamad’s latest call for all Malay parties to unite under his party, Bersatu, is yet another attempt to undermine the dominant partner in the Pakatan Harapan coalition, Anwar Ibrahim’s multi-racial PKR, and again raises legitimate questions of whether Mahathir will eventually hand over the reins of power to his anointed successor.

If indeed his aim is to pass power peaceably without any fuss, why is he proposing a deal with other Malay parties, which will change the complexion of the multi-racial Harapan coalition and replace it with one that will be dominated by Malay parties instead?

Let’s see what happens in the extreme and unlikely case that all Malay or Malay-based parties join Bersatu, to illustrate the possible scenarios that could take place. And it’s not a very happy one, laced with all kinds of uncertainties and poisons. 


This table above shows the breakdown of government and opposition MPs according to parties. The two outright Malay parties in the ruling government are Bersatu and Amanah, with PKR, although being a multi-racial party, enjoying significant Malay support. The opposition Malay parties are Umno and PAS, and we could include Sarawak’s GPS which is dominated by PPB with 13 out of 18 seats. GPS is unlikely to join Bersatu, but is likely to support it. 

If Amanah were to join Bersatu, together with Umno and PAS, then Bersatu will command 93 seats (26+11+38+18). If it gets support from GPS’ 18 MPs, then it will control 111 (93+18) seats, exactly half of the parliamentary seats.  With defections from Harapan and/or support from the remaining 10 opposition seats, which include independents, majority control is assured even if PKR and DAP were to leave the Harapan coalition.

In the first scenario then, Mahathir’s Bersatu gets control of Parliament with help from GPS and others, leaving PKR and DAP out in the cold because their combined numbers are insufficient to form a majority. The two may well leave Harapan and become the main opposition.

Mahathir’s aim - Malay dominance or ketuanan Melayu - is achieved with power totally in the hands of Malays, and with non-Malays having to depend entirely on the charity of Bersatu for anything they get. Also, that finally secures Mahathir’s position as PM for as long as he wants and is able, and the chance to choose his own successor, because PKR’s and DAP’s influence in the party is no more and the two multi-racial parties are more or less sidelined.

The other scenario is that PKR and DAP choose to remain within the Harapan coalition, but they will be toothless. Considering that, as a minority PM who, at the end of GE14, had just 13 seats before Umno defections swelled it to 26, Mahathir did not give due representation to either PKR or DAP, that situation will worsen.

More importantly, under that scenario, there will be hardly any opposition to speak of, giving the new government more or less unfettered rights to do almost anything, a very dangerous position to be in when you have Mahathir as prime minister.


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The likely situation, however, could still be status quo, given the hostile response from Umno president Ahmad Zahid Hamidi (above), who pointed out that the biggest party is Umno-PAS.

"The Malays do not have to go to PPBM (Bersatu). The biggest Malay party is Umno and PAS. The joint agenda for Umno-PAS is far more important for the unification of the ummah (faithful), and beyond political interests," Ahmad Zahid wrote in a Facebook post.

It may still be possible for crossovers by individual MPs, more likely from Umno rather than PAS. PAS MPs have so far not shown any predilection to move to Bersatu. Such crossovers will help increase Mahathir’s grip within the coalition. But if PKR and DAP stay united within the coalition - an assumption at this stage given Mahathir’s ability to successfully drive wedges between strong allies, e.g. Azmin Ali and Anwar - they can successfully neutralise him, even if all Umno MPs were to cross over.

In such an instance, Bersatu could have as many as 75 MPs (Bersatu 64, with Umno’s 38, and Amanah 11), but still smaller than the PKR-DAP total of 92 (50+42). If it comes to the crunch, the Harapan coalition could force Mahathir to step down, although the outcome is by no means certain. Of course, there are other permutations and combinations possible that are impossible to take into account, but the numbers illustrate some key possibilities.


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If Mahathir is successful, what it will mean is a nullification of the GE14 results, which effectively brought a more multi-racial coalition into power, and therefore offered hope for reconciliation of differences among races instead of an antagonistic relationship previously, where parties such as Umno and PAS painted non-Malays as threats.

If Mahathir is successful, it will be a major step backwards for Malaysia, notwithstanding the fact that we collectively kicked out a kleptocratic government. One wishes that Mahathir would now step away from the scene, since his publicly avowed aim of helping to remove the common enemy, Najib Abdul Razak, has been achieved.

Knowing Mahathir, he won’t do that, which puts Harapan in quite a pickle as to what to do with this recalcitrant old fox who keeps pulling cards from his sleeves to upset the apple (durian?) cart with potentially disastrous consequences.

At some point, Mahathir’s bluff may be called in this constant game of poker, which so far Mahathir is winning. It is difficult to say whether the ultimate results would be calamitous or fortuitous, but it is bound to cause some anxious moments for the rest of us. - P. Gunasegaram

We voted Umno out, but Dr M wants them back in

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Sungguh tak tau malu si Najib ni...

Terkilan dengan sindiran DS Najib Razak, Chef Wan tampil meluahkan rasa geram dengan kenyataan mantan perdana menteri itu yang memutarkan belitkan kenyataanya sebelum ini mengenai anak Felda.

“How sad and stupid apa yang saya tegur disensasikan, disalah tafsir lalu difitnah kan balik supaya i look so bad in the eye of the public. Siapa pulak yg nak kena minta maaf balik kepada siapa ini?”

“Kita jika bodoh sekali mana pun jangan sombong dan sakit hati pada apa yang Allah sudah anugerahkan kepada seseorang itu. They think they can kill my spirit just like that by memutar belit cerita saya? Cakap mcm tak pergi sekolah!”

“Banyak bezanya bila saya katakan sebahagian orang Felda yang malas, suka kahwin isteri lebih dari satu dan tidak bertanggung jawab ke atas welfare and growing up of their kids as to saya kata “Semua orang Felda”!”

“Bila saya kata “Beranak mcm kucing ini” is not to hina orang Felda cuma bahasa gurauan orang Melayu kita made references to “segelintir” lelaki yang kawin tak sudah-sudah tetapi welfare anak dan pelajaran anak tak di jaga”


“Saya nak tanya Najib jika saya ini manusia yang tak baik dan tidak berjaya di dalam kerjaya saya why sent me to assist him and his ministry?”. Menuduh saya Jilat Tun M to receive that anugerah padahal Tun M pun tak tahu saya akan menerima anugerah tu pun!”

“Batu-batu api ni then viral them in social media supaya semua orang yang baca akan percaya bulat-bulat dengan tujuan nak jatuhkan credibility saya sebagai Ikon Felda! Mana yang baca IG saya dari awal akan faham cerita yang sebenarnya”

“Saya pula dijadikan mangsa because they are not happy to see me terima anugerah itu. Macam la saya kebulur sangat nak anugerah itu. Sungguh muka tak tahu malu Najib ni. Kau jahanamkan FELDA sampai fail dah boleh pulak ada hati nak bersuara lagi?”

“Panggil Isa Samad tu esok jugak saya nak serah kan Anugerah Icon FELDA itu kepada beliau dan Najib! Lepas tu boleh pulak solat 5 waktu mengadap Allah. How do all this hippocrite do it?,” tulisnya di Instagram.

Bagaimanapun kenyataan Najib yang dimuat naik di twitter itu sudah dipadamkan. Menurut Chef Wan, tindakan Najib itu berpunca kerana tidak berpuas hati dengan gelaran Ikon Felda yang baru saja diperolehinya. (rtky/w)


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Jabatan Agama Islam masih dikuasai oleh lebai2 bangang pro-pembangkang... 
Story kat SINI dan SINI


Perak exco accused of rape...
Story kat SINI dan SINI  

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Hasil dari DUIT haram BOLEH buat HATI jadi hitam.


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HAPPY 94th BIRTHDAY DR.M...

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