06 June 2020

Mampukah PH menang PRU15...

Saksikan video di bawah ini,Nurul Hidayah, pegawai YB@SyedSaddiq dikasari, diherdik, dipanggil bodoh dan babi oleh pegawai SPRM semlm. Beliau dipanggil sbg saksi bukan suspek. Siasatan SPRM tlh berubah sekelip mata. Bayangkan ini anak perempuan anda. Kita semua masih belum lupa kes Beng Hock dan Sarbani Mohamed. Harap SPRM boleh perjelaskan sikap samseng ini segera. Rakyat perlu tahu jika sikap baharu ini turut digunapakai ketika soal siasat Najib Razak dulu?
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Watch Siti Nurul Hidayah above, personal assistant of Syed Saddiq, speak on #MACC officers alleged threats against her -confiscated her mobile phone, threw the phone at her, used curse words, threatened to slap her, kicked her chair,  switched off the lights during questioning etc... MACC officers called me pig, threatened to slap me, says Syed Saddiq’s aide. WTF SPRM?? Back to square one...

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E-wallet RM30 curi data rakyat E-wallet RM50 tak curi data rakyat kah? 
Kalu E-wallet takut terdedah data peribadi.Tukar la kpd E-Wallaun, baru Islamik.

PKR lost one MP tonight , Lubuk Antu, Sarawak turned independent and pledged full  support for PM Muhyiddin and GPS led Sarawak state government led by Abang Jo. Who’s next ? Lubuk Antu tu asalnya Bebas. Takat MP Lubuk Antu tu u-turn apa laa sgt. Baru Bian tu dulu berapa kali dia sain SD dalam sehari, ingat tak? Sama laa dgn GPS & WARISAN. Kejap sokong Anwar, kejap sokong Tun, kejap sokong Muhyiddin. Pening habis kita dibuatnya ... - f/bk


Muhyiddin Yassin - Najib Razak and Zahid Hamidi Threaten 15th General Election
Backdoor Government About To Collapse – Crooked Najib and Zahid Threaten To Pull Out Support...

Two of the country’s biggest crooks – Najib Razak and Zahid Hamidi – are tag-team again. After speculations that both were fighting tooth and nail to become the next prime minister, it appears that the former PM and the former Deputy PM have reached a consensus. Regardless who will become the next PM, it’s nightmare to the national coffers – and PM Muhyiddin.

“We are ready for GE15. Are you ready to be with us?” – screamed a Facebook post blasted by UMNO president Zahid Hamidi yesterday (June 3). Apparently, the disgraced thief who is facing record 87 charges related to money laundering, corruption and criminal breach of trust (CBT) did not appear to be worried at all, unlike the time when Pakatan Harapan was the government.

But Zahid isn’t the only one who has been grinning from ear to ear ever since Muhyiddin Yassin betrayed the voters and his own government by forming a new backdoor government with the corrupt UMNO party. Najib Razak, who is facing corruption and money laundering charges involving RM2.3 billion of 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) funds, is equally overjoyed.

Both Najib and Zahid hope to return to the corridors of power as prime minister and deputy prime minister – again. It doesn’t matter who becomes the No.1 or No.2. But based on popularity and intellectual, common sense says Zahid is too dumb to lead the country. It would be quite torturing to hear the Java-immigrant speaks his classical English on the international stage.

The fact that Zahid posted his naughty message about UMNO’s readiness for the 15th General Election after a visit by Najib to his home on Tuesday (June 2) night suggests that the 3-month-old Muhyiddin government could come to an abrupt end, potentially making the traitor Muhyiddin the shortest serving prime minister in the history of the country.

Unless Muhyiddin is part of Najib and Zahid’s plan for the so-called snap election, the backdoor prime minister is toast. Fighting with Mahathir for the control of Bersatu (PPBM) party, Mr. Muhyiddin is leading a very unstable government with razor-thin support of merely 112 MPs – only 1 majority in the 222-seat Parliament after Sri Gading MP Shahruddin Md Salleh defected to Mahathir’s camp today.
Najib Razak vs Mahathir Mohamad

Obviously Muhyiddin’s balls are in the hands of UMNO, the biggest ally in a loosely glued Perikatan Nasional government, a coalition which is not even legally registered. And now Najib and Zahid have warned their puppet – Prime Minister Muhyiddin – that his balls would be squeezed or crushed if he tries to be funny and refuses to do as told.

The message from Zahid’s Facebook post was simple – if Najib does not get a favourable result from his current corruption trials, all bets are off. Because Najib’s trial is about to conclude, any sign that he would potentially be sent to jail will similarly apply to Zahid. Hence, both crooks agreed to unite and sent an ultimatum – free Najib or UMNO will pull out of Muhyiddin’s government.

Actually, a simple withdrawal of support from only Najib and Zahid, resulting in a loss of 2 votes, is sufficient to see the collapse of Muhyiddin government. The Zahid’s seemingly victorious message was also meant for Mahathir. If the 94-year-old former PM continues his huffing and puffing to blow Muhyiddin’s “straw house” down, Mahathir will get nothing if a snap election is called.

That explains why following Zahid’s message, Najib immediately whined, moaned and bitched about a general election, even though it is not a mandatory. Like how Agong (King) was misled to believe that Muhyiddin had the number, which he most likely didn’t have, the king can actually repeat the process of finding a new prime minister – without dissolving the Parliament.

But Najib deliberately put words in Agong’s mouth that a snap election must be called in the event that Muhyddin lost his majority. The King will look incredibly foolish and biased – even racist – if he listens to Najib and refuses to appoint a new prime minister (from multiracial Opposition) but had gladly appointed Muhyiddin as the new prime minister of a “Malay-only” Perikatan Nasional government.

Najib argued that even if opposition Pakatan Harapan (PH) has enough MPs, the number would be small hence a snap election is necessary. But if the King were to act according to Najib’s advice, the monarch has to explain why Muhyiddin can be appointed as a new PM when he had the support of only 113 MPs, but PH cannot snatch back its government if it also has 113 MPs.
Najib Razak Praying - 1MDB - Handcuffs

Interestingly, the message – “We are ready for GE15” – suspiciously appeared to suggest the idea of a snap election came from only Zahid and Najib. Would it not be more appropriate to post the message as “UMNO is ready for GE15”? Who is Najib, a party advisor, to decide on behalf of UMNO without any involvement from UMNO Deputy President Mohamad Hasan, who has been silent so far?

More importantly, PAS president Hadi Awang was not present in Zahid’s luxury home during the announcement of a potential election. Hadi’s silence, despite his promotion as Special Envoy to the Middle East with ministerial rank, is absolutely breathtaking. The old rivalry for influence among the Malay grassroots at village level seems to have started between UMNO and PAS.

Both UMNO and PAS are trying to cover the bad bloods from spilling out on the streets over battle to put their own people as village heads, an important position to influence Malay voters in rural area. Therefore, it’s safe to say that Najib and Zahid are the only two crooks anxious to have a general election in the middle of the current Covid-19 pandemic.
Zahid Hamidi and Najib Razak - Solemn

Besides, judging by the number of promotions accorded to UMNO warlords and big guns to GLCs (government-linked companies), and even governorship of Malacca (Melaka), the de-facto federal government appears to be UMNO, not Muhyiddin’s party. Yes, Najib and Zahid were in fact extremely desperate when they threatened to pull out, unless given a get out of jail free cards.

Najib and Zahid were betting the coward prime minister can be intimidated and cowed to throw away their criminal charges. Both crooks were encouraged by the High Court’s refusal to hear a senior lawyer’s revision application against a Sessions Court’s decision to discharge Najib’s stepson, Riza Aziz, over money laundering involving US$248 million linked to 1MDB funds.

Muhyiddin is left with very little choice but to quietly interfere to free Najib Razak. However, freeing Najib does not guarantee that the thief will not pull out of the “temporary” backdoor government anyway. As mentioned, unless Muhyiddin is part of Najib and Zahid’s grand plan to advise the King to dissolve the Parliament, the backdoor prime minister is game over.

Get real, unless Muhyiddin is willing to create more than 112 ministries for every single MP in his camp, the defections would continue. His government is as strong as only 72 ministers in his Cabinet. In theory, the remaining 40 MPs who are not currently a minister may switch sides. What the Opposition needs to do is to offer a full ministership to any of the 40 MPs. Mr. Prime Minister Muhyiddin is in deep shit!! - FT


05 June 2020

Letak jawatan sebagai Menteri JKR saja,bukan join PH...

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Pada puak2 yg plan nak angkat  Dr.M as PM9 tu.. korang yakin ke puak2 ni 
takkan khianat berkali-kali? Nak lompat atau tidak? Inilah soalan buat katak ni...

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Cerita Anuar Musa Bagi lesen Penjaja kepada peniaga Jalanan, tengok gambar Anuar Musa, teringat Nasi lemak Anak Dara dulu.. Bagaimana Azmin sebagai MB Selangor turun..bagi lesen kat Anak dara tu..Tapi tak tahulah apa cerita anak dara tu skrg.. entah masih dara ker tidak.. Walaupun Anuar Musa buat tu aku anggap Propaganda Politik sebagaimana Azmin dulu.. Tapi itulah Politik..hakikatnya kita kena terima... - f/bk

Sultan tidak boleh membubarkan Dewan Undang Negeri

1. Only a very stupid (sorry) or insane person would admit that he's plotting against someone.

2. Ahmad Zahid Hamidi may not have the IQ of Ahmad Maslan aka CGPA 3.85, but he's not stupid to tell the whole world that he's plotting against anyone.

3. If he owns up to plotting against Muhyiddin Mohd Yassin, then it's no longer a plot. It becomes an action plan.

4. On the other hand, if Ahmad Zahid feels that Muhyiddin needs a strong mandate, which he does not now have because he came in through the back door, then the implication is he will help him to secure it.

5. This would add further credence to the speculation that Muhyiddin might be rejoining Umno or Bersatu would be accepted into the Muafakat Nasional, and would even lead the Umno-Pas coalition.

6. It is widely known in the Bersatu circles that Muhyiddin had boasted that, as the Prime Minister, he could easily foresake Bersatu and form a new party.

7. Having Muhyiddin as an ally is already benefiting Umno with juicy cabinet posts and GLC appointments.

8. Since both Mohd Najib Abdul Razak and Ahmad Zahid could be found guilty of the crimes for which they are now being tried, having a friendly PM might help.

9. On the other hand, while Mohd Najib and Ahmad Zahid might not be plotting to overthrow Muhyiddin, others in Umno may have their own game plan. - a.kadir jasin


04 June 2020

RM58 juta kpd UTAR milik MCA,macai2 & lobai2 sonyap...

Al Fadzil Tn. Guru Ustaz Hj. Wee Ka Siong adalah seorang ulamak suci bagi Perikatan Nasional. Segala tindak tanduknya pasti direstui oleh para pejuang bangsa dan agama seperti Umno dan Pas. Jangan tak tau woii walaun2 dan macai2 semua.!!! - f/bk

Musang berbulu ayam 
siap siaga untuk PRU15...

Adakah Umno/BN sudah bersedia menjatuhkan kerajaan Melayu-Islam Perikatan Nasional pimpinan Muhyiddin Mohd Yassin bagi memaksa PRU ke-15 diadakan lebih awal? Bubarkan Parlimen dan adakan pilihan raya umum lebih awal adalah mantera Umno.

Atau adakah kedua-dua mereka hendak membayangkan dan meyakinkan penyokong bahawa mereka akan lepas kes jenayah di Mahkamah? Umno/BN tidak rugi apa-apa. 

Mereka kalah PRU ke-14 tapi Muhyiddin pungut mereka dari pinggiran politik dan anugerahkan mereka jawatan Menteri, Menteri Besar dan GLC.

Muhyiddin memberi mereka kuasa eksekutif dan sekali gus mengiktiraf Muafakat Nasional Umno-Pas. Dengan kekuatan jawatan Menteri, Menteri Besar dan GLC yang Muhyiddin berikan itu, Umno dan Pas kini mempunyai kekuatan menentukan kekal atau jatuh kerajaan Perikatan Nasional.

Dalam bahasa yang mudah, Muhyiddin dan feksyennya dalam Bersatu bergantung hayat kepada Umno dan Pas. Mampukah Bersatu feksyen Muhyiddin menentang Pakatan Harapan dan Muafakat Nasional dalam PRU akan datang? - a.kadir jasin

Bila kaki rembat dan sakau berasa dirinya mulia dan yang paling kesian bila Parlimen bubar adalah Menteri2 dari geng lebai.Bukan setakat golden handshake tak dpt, pencen Menteri dan MP (utk kali pertama jadi MP) pun tak dpt! Kalu depa menang semua kes terhadap Zahid dan Najib bakal digugurkan dan disimpan dalam arkib negara untuk NFA...Ini psy war jer...rilek la merak kayangan.- f/bk

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Big questions waiting for answers...

We know that a few days ago former Umno president Datuk Seri Najib Razak met current Umno president Datuk Seri Ahmad Zahid Hamidi at the latter's residence. And they talked. What did they talk about? I don't know. Could it be that Najib was lobbying for his son to be the Umno candidate to contest the Chini by-election on July 4? Maybe, but I can't say for sure.

But somehow Zahid saw it right to post on Facebook photos of him meeting Najib and entourage. That's not all. As we know, he also proudly proclaimed "Kami sudah siap untuk PRU15. Adakah anda semua sudah bersedia bersama kami?" Or "We are ready for GE15. Are you all ready to be with us?"

By "kami" or "we" was Zahid talking about himself and Najib and their people? It's a no-brainer Umno has its share of factions despite the public show of unity. Or was Zahid as president talking in the name of Umno to say that his entire party is ready for polls?

The general consensus among political observers, commentators and analysts is that Zahid was referring to Umno the party. And when he posed the question "are you ready to be with us", was he referring to Umno members and supporters, or the rakyat generally? Never mind that. Let's move on to the big questions. When he said general election 15, was he talking of a snap election or the GE15 which is supposed to beheld some three years from now?

Head of Research at Ilham Center Professor Dr Yusri Ibrahim says chances of election be called anytime soon are slim. Elections, Yusri reminds us, can only be called when the prime minister seek the consent of the Yang di-Pertuan Agong to dissolve the Parliament. Considering the precarious situation the Perikatan Nasional government is in right now, it is most unlikely that prime minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin would advise the King to dissolve the Parliament for a snap election,says Yusri. True.

However, snap election could be a possibility if Pakatan Harapan and allies, or the Umno-PAS pact move against Muhyiddin who currently holds a razor thin majority in the Parliament. Anyway, whether a snap election now or election three years from now, Umno has declared earlier that it would have no qualms to field its candidates against Muhyiddin's Bersatu in seats Umno considers its "traditionally". This they say despite being part of the Muhyiddin administration.

Datuk A Kadir Jasin, Bersatu supreme council member aligned to Tun Mahathir Mohamad, has an interesting poser – "Is Umno-BN ready to topple the Malay-Muslim Perikatan Nasional led by Muhyiddin to force GE15 to be held earlier?" Judging from what Zahid said, it is not wrong to say that he and Najib want to be involved, or put it simply both want to contest GE15 snap or otherwise. But how about the court charges they are now facing?

I agree with Kadir in asking this: "Are the two of them foreshadowing and assuring their supporters that they would be freed of their criminal cases in court?" as reported by MalaysiaKini.. That to me is a very big question. Zahid sounded confident when he announced Umno's readiness to face election. But the thing is, Umno as well PAS had "clamored" for snap elections even during the Pakatan Harapan rule, saying their pact known as Muafakat Nasional will win to rule Malaysia.

First of all. they had pointed to the seats won by Pakatan Harapan in GE14 by slim margins. As Umno and PAS see it, the combined votes won by both parties were more than the votes obtained by Harapan in winning the seats. So, they say in the next election the same number of votes will be given to just Umno or PAS as only either of them will be contesting. Hence, that would be enough for Muafakat Nasional to win those seats.

But Ilham Center CEO Azlan Zainal has often told me it is not as simple as that. A lot of things need to be considered, including issues of the day, the candidates, locations,demographics and what not. "It's not like transferring of fund via online banking," he told me months ago. Still Umno and, to an extent, PAS have always said they are confident of winning when they contest as one entity, i.e. Muafakat Nasional. But there are many problems to be faced, and they know it.

A big issue will be the allocation of seats, and who to contest where. The seats Umno and PAS are targeting are the same seats they have contested in every election, but against each other! Come next election they will have to make big sacrifices in letting go of their so-called traditional seats. While the incumbents would most likely be allowed to take another shot in defending their respective seats, problems will arise in seats where both Umno and PAS claim they can win.

Lots of give-and-take would be needed. Up till now Umno and PAS seem to be sweeping the problem under the carpet, perhaps adopting the "we will cross the bridge when we come to it" attitude. But Umno and PAS had their chance of putting this to test when political observers suggested they accommodate each other for exco positions in states which they were ruling. Like in PAS-held Kelantan and Terengganu. and Umno-BN's Pahang and Perlis. This was following the results of GE14. But the suggestions by analysts were ignored.

Now there is a suggestion made by Ilham Center's Yusri that Umno make way for PAS to contest the Chini by-election to prove its sincerity and appreciation for PAS' contributions to Umno. It is almost certain that Umno will win the Chini seat. But Umno is said to be considering Datuk Nizar Najib,son of former PM Najib, to contest the seat.

There are many more problems which the two parties need to iron out in facing the next election. Hence, I ask if the show of confidence is genuine or merely a case of bravado. Then there's the question of non-Malay Muslim votes. To state the obvious, a political coalition can only win the election in Malaysia with the support of all people of different races, communities and religions. A strong support of Malays and non-Malays is of utmost importance.

Umno and PAS know this. On their own to win non-Malay votes is very hard, if not impossible. They will have to bank on MCA and MIC to deliver the non-Malay votes. No easy feat considering the state of affairs in both parties and also on how Umno and PAS have hurt the feelings of non-Malays in the past and even not too long ago.

I'll end with this. During the political coup in February, Gabungan Parti Sarawak's Tan Sri James Masing was on record saying GPS was more comfortable working with PAS than DAP. A few weeks ago, he was also on record saying he was doubting PAS' sincerity when the party suggested the federal government suspend the production and sale of liquors to prevent drunk driving. - Mohsin Abdullah,sinchewdaily

Desperation Hits PN With Election Talk...

Former premier Najib Abdul Razak has .. said Umno is prepared in the event Parliament is dissolved if Pakatan Harapan only manages to secure a slim majority with “bought” MPs.

What better admission than this sudden talk of an election that PN has failed to achieve its back door coup through its own strategy of bought MPs? These two pampered political warlords know that ‘PM8′ cannot command a majority, even after the three month breather provided by the Covid pandemic during which they have handed out jobs and bribes to anyone who will take them.

Both these desperadoes have scores of charges against them for vast amounts of graft and abuse of office and they plainly don’t want to swap their Italian furnished palaces for reflection in a spartan cell.

There is likely not to even be time to ‘plea bargain’ their way out of those charges before PN falls, so today they embarked on this last desperate gambit to engineer an untimely election instead. And naturally they did so with a level of cheek and double standards to leave honest folk gasping breathless.

Thus, whilst it was fine for PN to claim a working majority with at the best 2 MPs, Najib today announced such an arrangement would be intolerable if the shoe was on the other foot. In the process he of course is admitting that defections are making certain the balance will be the other way with a PH advantage. So, now he says this slim majority is no longer ‘workable’ and is ‘unstable’.

He wants the Agong to ‘use his wisdom’ and call and election unless the ‘slim majority’ belongs to PN. With even more brass neck he accuses PH of seeking to “buy” the defecting MPs who have become increasingly sick of the lies, the graft and infighting under PN. This from a bunch of conspirators who have been embarrassingly recorded in flagrante delicto describing this very process of buying MPs as their own key strategy for luring them away from the parties they were elected to represent at the last election.

MPs returning to Harapan will be returning to what their voters wanted. Meanwhile, these two UMNO kleptocrats appear to think they have stirred up sufficient trouble, strife and hatred in Malaysia over the past two years that voters will give up all hopes of reform and vote their thieving parties back. More to the point, what other options do they have besides one last gamble with an election now that their coup has cratered? - Sarawak Report


03 June 2020

Din's grand scheme of things...

Rentetan kisah Kerajaan tebuk atap ...

Perjelasan Tun M berkaitan gambar yang viral...

In the scheme of things...

"In the scheme of things" adalah helah yang digunakan oleh Muhyiddin Mohd Yassin untuk mengkhianati mandat 9 Mei 2018. Frasa itu juga digunakan bagi memberi suapan kepada ahli Dewan Rakyat dan ahli Dewan Undangan Negeri dari parti-parti yang bergabung dalam pakatan tidak berdaftar - Perikatan Nasional.

Ia juga digunakan untuk menipu ahli Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia (Bersatu) bahawa walaupun Bersatu keluar PH ia akan terus memerintah dan mengetuai kerajaan. 

Mengapakah Muhyiddin, Presiden Parti Melayu-Bumiputera, menggunakan ungkapan bahasa Inggeris untuk meyakinkan atau mengelirukan ahli Majlis Pimpinan Tertinggi partinya sendiri?

Salah satu sebabnya adalah orang Melayu mudah teruja dengan istilah dan ungkapan dalam bahasa yang mereka tidak fahami, khususnya Inggeris dan Arab. Dalam bahasa Melayu, the scheme of things bermaksud "cara bagaimana sesuatu perkara diatur atau berlaku dalam sesuatu keadaan tertentu."
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Dalam pengertian Muhyiddin, ini termasuklah menyogok ahli Dewan Rakyat Umno (dan yang lain) supaya masuk Bersatu atau menyokong Perikatan Nasional dengan melantik mereka menjadi menteri atau diberikan jawatan dalam GLC. 

Maka "in the scheme of things" Muhyiddin itu jelas wujud unsur sogokan yang dalam undang-undang rasuah adalah satu kesalahan.

Ia juga salah dari segi moral dan amalan demokrasi kerana telah mengkhianati dan mensabotaj mandat rakyat jelata dalam Pilihan Raya Umum ke-14 yang memberi kemenangan kepada PH-Warisan. - a.kadir jasin

"Siap, jaga kau! (You watch out!)"

Deputy Works Minister Datuk Dr Shahruddin Md Salleh yesterday confirmed his support for the Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad faction and urged the “original warriors” of Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia (Bersatu) to also the future of the party.

In a statement confirming his departure from the camp of embattled Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin to support Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad and the Pakatan Harapan coalition, Shahruddin also stated that should he be required to resign from his positions should he be required to do so as a result of this.

This brings to six, the number of Bersatu MPs confirmed to be on Dr Mahathir’s camp, alligned to the Pakatan Harapan opposition coalition, as rumours build up over an impending counter-coup that would see the coalition return to power.

“I want to see Bersatu strong and stable. My love for Bersatu overcomes my love for Tun Dr Mahathir and Muhyiddin. Bersatu should not become irrelevant and the founding members who were genuinely with the struggle sidelined,” said Shahruddin.

Shahruddin echoed a growing concerns among the Bersatu grassroots about the party’s future as part of the loose Perikatan Nasional coalition, which Umno and PAS are set to abandon come the 15th general elections.

“I asked myself, does PN even exist as as a valid organisaion, complete with its own constitution and ROS (Registrar of Societies) registration? To my knowledge, Pakatan Harapan (PH) is legally certified by the ROS,” said Shahruddin.

The Sri Gading member of parliament, who was also Deputy Federal Territories Minister under the previous Pakatan Harapan government, questioned the decision making of Bersatu MPs, particularly those involved in the foundation of the party, who had followed the route taken by Muhyiddin’s camp.

“To me, PN is just a name of a body formed by members of parliament who agree with Muhyiddin as Prime Minister.

“It is not a coalition of parties. Moreover, I have not seen, studied or debated any PN constitution which has been brought to a general assembly or at least a leadership council. And have we agreed there for Bersatu to join PN?” quipped Shahruddin.

“Dr Mahathir did not agree to this, thus can this be defined as him joining the opposition?” asked Shahruddin, pointing to the clauses by which Dr Mahathir and four other Bersatu MPs were sacked from the party last week.

Shahruddin added that he did not want to see Bersatu weaked through divisions and infighting.

“We can “pengsan” (faint) if we read the ongoing debates on social media. We are exposing each other’s faults and turning them into content that goes viral, without any shame. Where did we learn this culture?” said Shahruddin.

“I love Bersatu too much. How difficult it was to build Bersatu, the struggle against Barisan Nasional, going here and there with Dr Mahathir, Muhyiddin and friends in the “1.0 version”, he added, pointing to the Bersatu members prior to the 14th general election.

Following Pakatan Harapan’s triumph in the 14th general elections, 15 MP had crossed over to join Bersatu in the ruling coalition from Umno, while another 10 rogue PKR MPs on the Azmin Ali camp are said to have joined the party following the crossover which resulted in the political coup which saw Muhyiddin rise to Prime Minister on March 1.

“I was then Jorak assemblyman and the secretary general, going up and down carrying out party duties and in the Pagoh constituency. Sleeping in the car at RnR’s was normal. Then there was the campaigning, the roadshows, only Allah knows the joys and despairs we went through.
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“Tun Dr Mahathir and Tun Dr Siti Hasmah were so committed in campaigning – here and there, to the North, South, East and West, thousands attended. We won. We formed the government!

“The majority of those who joined Bersatu was because of Tun Dr Mahathir. Not because of my name, Shahruddin. Nobody knows me. Just an assemblyman, not even an EXCO. Not even remembered in BN. Tun’s contributions are as large and as hefty as the earth. Without Tun, Bersatu will be gone.”

“If I have to resign as Deputy Works Minister, I shall resign, for the sake of strengthening Bersatu, so that my focus can be directed towards Bersatu.”

“As the first secretary general, I know the division chiefs, Srikandi and Armada. I will urge the members down there to stop the infighting which will only weaken Bersatu. There are those who are fed up, want to leave Bersatu. I say to them, don’t do that. Unite,” Shahruddin wrote.

“If I have to leave my friends in PN and return to PH and there is an assurance that Bersatu will be stronger and lives on, thus I am ready to do so.

“Can any of you give me a sincere answer. I am now Sri Gading MP. Is it PN or PH that will provide an easy passage, without debate, to accept a Bersatu candidate to contest the Sri Gading parliamentary seat in GE15? That is also the answer to the basic question of whether Bersatu is safer within PN or PH.” - talkedabout

A salute to Sharuddin...

I like the statement of Sri Gading Member of Parliament, Sharuddin Md Salleh saying that he loves his party more than he loves Dr Mahathir and Muhyiddin. That's the nature of a true warrior with principles.

He certainly does not like the other Bersatu MPs who like the 'lalang' weed blowing in the wind, especially those previously in Umno who then switched to Bersatu, and in Bersatu formed clicks and 501 gang.

They are actually more despicable than a bad-tempered dog, or striped tailed lizard, curling up in a chair in search of one or two positions. They should be punished in the next general election. - mso


02 June 2020

Makin manjadi2 dengan pemandu mabuk..

Dalam kejadian jam 1.30 pagi itu, mangsa dikenali sebagai Mohamed Zaili Mohamed berusia 44 tahun disahkan meninggal dunia di lokasi kejadian akibat cedera parah di kepala.

Ketua Jabatan Siasatan dan Penguatkuasaan Trafik (JSPT) Kuala Lumpur, Asisten Komisioner Zulkefly Yahya, berkata kemalangan dipercayai berlaku apabila motosikal jenis Honda EX5 ditunggang mangsa dirempuh Nissan Grand Livina dipandu suspek berusia 21 tahun dari arah belakang.

Katanya, ketika itu, mangsa dalam perjalanan pulang ke rumahnya di Bukit Antarabangsa, dekat Ampang selepas menghantar makanan yang dijual isterinya.

"Akibat rempuhan itu, mangsa tercampak ke sebelah kiri bahu jalan, manakala motosikalnya diseret sejauh kira-kira dua kilometer dari lokasi kejadian.

"Suspek memberhentikan kenderaannya di bawah jejantas Stesen Transit Aliran Ringan (LRT) Titiwangsa dekat kawasan itu setelah ditahan orang awam.

"Suspek kemudian dibawa ke Balai Trafik Jalan Tun H S Lee dan keputusan saringan ujian mendapati kandungan positif alkohol dalam pernafasan lelaki berkenaan," katanya dalam satu kenyataan, hari ini.

Habis2 sangat suspek akan kena denda dan dijailkan 2 - 3 tahun,lepaih tu dia akan buat benda yang sama. Setakat cakap nak ubah undang2 itu dan ini hanya retorik saja,,,apakah tidak dari zaman regim BN...PH dan PN hanya berkokok berdrai2 tapi juboq penuh tahi...

Bagi aku biaq nyawa di bayaq dengan nyawa...mungkin pemandu mabuk ini akan sedaq sikit. Setakat denda 2-3 ribu,lokap 2-3 tahun tak jadi apa2!!!

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1. Rupa-rupanya ramai juga orang Malaysia yang sanggup menerima pemimpin yang telah curi berbillion duit Kerajaan.

2. Di antara mereka ialah pemimpin dan ahli Parti Bersatu yang dahulu menyertai Bersatu konon kerana berhasrat menjatuhkan Perdana Menteri yang curi berbillion duit Kerajaan.

3. Mereka bekerjasama dengan parti pembangkang dahulu yang mempunyai tujuan yang sama. Dan rakyat pun beri kemenangan kepada mereka kerana percaya keikhlasan janji parti-parti ini sertai pemimpin mereka.

4. Apabila menang Presiden Parti Bersatu rancang bersama parti yang kalah untuk keluar dari Kerajaan Pakatan Harapan supaya jatuhlah Kerajaan Pakatan Harapan.

5. Dengan sokongan pemimpin pencuri, Presiden Bersatu menjadi Perdana Menteri gabungan bersama parti yang kalah yang diberi nama Perikatan Nasional.

6. Apa kata pemimpin lain dalam Bersatu. Apakah mereka sanggup menerima pencuri sebagai pemimpin.

7. Okaylah – asal dapat nikmat.

8. Apa jadi kepada ikrar dahulu untuk lawan dan jatuhkan pemimpin kleptokrat?

9. Oh. Itu ikrar sahaja untuk dapat sokongan pengundi. Sekarang sudah dapat lupakan sahaja.

10. Dengan ini Bersatu akan hancur!! Dengan itu perjuangan untuk selamatkan orang Melayu dari pemimpin kleptokrat jadi apa?

11. Itu masalah Bersatulah. Asalkan kita dapat nikmat okaylah.

12. Di masa hadapan orang tidak lagi akan percaya kita – tak apakah?

13. Itu masa depan.

14. Demikian sikap beberapa pemimpin dan ahli Bersatu. - chedet

The case for the third force...

The purging of Dr Mahathir Mohamad, his son and their key followers by Bersatu is a positive political development for this country. Whether they intend to form another party or to fight back from within the Bersatu structure, that should not be our business with which to bother.

Dr Mahathir’s power base is shrinking and to get back into the game he needs allies. For PH, this is the time to shut the door on him for good. Regardless of the circumstances or scenario, Mahathir and Bersatu should not be allowed back. There is simply too much venomous and filthy Umno DNA in them that could potentially further contaminate the coalition.

The recent collapse of the PH government was a blessing in disguise. The traitors and double dealers have been identified. To ordinary people, we have learnt a great deal about the extent of greed of our political leaders have for power, their hypocrisy and their incompetence. Take note of these party hopping personalities and remember: never ever trust and vote for them again. Never.

While the character, agenda and the incompetency of the PN government are well known to us, it is good to remember that PH was also not a trustworthy and credible government either. In certain areas, they were also following the same guileful paths taken by the previous BN government.

The promised reforms were not forthcoming. Except during the initial period of their administration when we were elated by a few false starts, the reform agenda appeared to have been thrown by the wayside. 

Dr Mahathir’s failure to ratify the Icerd and the Rome Statute, his willingness to sit on the same stage and sing the same song with Umno and PAS; and the racially biased and incompetent decisions made by Bersatu cabinet ministers, which could have been copied straight from the Umno playbook, demonstrated well enough that Umno DNA runs deep within Bersatu.

Not to mention of the now dust-gathering IRC report that failed to see the light of the day, of the no longer heard of Parliamentary Committee for the selection of top public service positions, the IPCMC and the RCI for the Judiciary; to name a few. How about the failure to move ahead with the investigations of the mess created by the BN government in dealing with some controversial issues that hint of their abuse of power?

Bersatu arguably was the main stumbling block and reason for PH reform failure. The breaking up of the PH coalition and the subsequent formation of Muhyuddin-led PN backdoor government was undoubtedly and primarily due to the duplicitous and power-hungry frogs that jumped with him and Mohamed Azmin Ali to the other side.

However, Dr Mahathir and Anwar Ibrahim are to be blamed equally. It was their incessant power struggle that created a schism exploited by Umno and PAS to ingeniously rattle and break up the coalition.

Muhyuddin and Azmin merely saw and grabbed the opportunity, to their advantage. With razor thin majority, propped up by disparate coalition partners that are ever ready to stab him in the back; and the need to consistently buy support to prop up his government, Muhyuddin is standing on a fragile platform.

There is arguably no future for this coalition in the next general election. Unless Umno and PAS as two major partners are willing to play second fiddle to Muhyiddin’s Bersatu and continue to endorse him as PM. A highly unlikely scenario given the presence of cash flushed, power hungry, big wig Umno warlords waiting in the wings.

It must be remembered that to some of these warlords, their party’s relative standing and their positions in the government are crucial factors that might determine where they would eventually go after the election. Given this scenario, the possible outcome of GE15 would most likely be uncertain. The election could narrowly go either way and a hung parliament would be a possibility. However, it will also present to the people the opportunity to press for real reform to be implemented. We can no longer afford another false start.

In the election, PN or whatever coalition that would emerge would most likely be playing the usual 3R card to win the Malay votes, especially among Umno and PAS supporters. PH on the other hand would most likely stick to the reform agenda. A convenient theme that worked for them well in the past, despite the lack of specific pronunciation of what it is and how it is going to be achieved, or whether they have the intention to execute it at all.

Both coalitions will be going into battle with heavy baggage on their backs. A post Covid-19 economic environment and how the economic downturn is handled by the PN government will considerably influence the voters voting preference.
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For PN, the traditional handing out of goodies for votes and the nurturing of renter mentality may no longer be possible with empty coffers and lower oil prices. Potentially, the 3R card may be placed on the table as a desperate but dangerous option.

For ordinary people in the streets who are seeking the reform agenda, we have no choice but to choose the lesser of the two devils. Fortunately our choice is much easier as both are the devils we know. However, a well-known ground rule is never to trust these devils.

Having experienced and discovered for ourselves the level of integrity that most of our politicians possess, their propensity to jump at every possible opportunity to grab power and positions, their forked tongue promises and their chameleon like appearance, we have no choice but accept the fact that the future of this country is a serious issue that cannot be left to the politicians alone. This applies to politicians from both sides of the divide.

In the last election, we made a colossal mistake of throwing our support behind a political coalition that eventually let us down. We had no leverage to fall back on and once they were in power, we were abandoned and they naturally set their own agenda to prevail.

For the coming election, there has been plenty of talk of the possibility of establishing a non-political people-centric third force that will provide check and balance to the ruling government, with the leverage to tilt the political balance and most importantly, incorruptible and sincere to the reform agenda.

In this regard, we cannot leave things to chance. The third force must be properly organised. With its grand strategy and detailed plan clearly outlined. The preparation must start now with involvement by the civil society groups and individuals that are concerned with the future of this country. Would the rakyat care to get onboard? – Lt Col Ahmad Ghazali Abu-Hassan,Malaysian Insight


01 June 2020

Jawatan Menteri & GLC - satu untuk kau,satu untuk aku...

Puak2 sembab dgn semburit yg berapa kerat tu boleh "buli" parti melayu keris telanjang dlm meeting mereka. Mereka perlekehkan pmimpin2 parti keris telanjang dgn kata2 cukup umpan mereka dgn beberapa menteri dan jawatan dlm GLC, itu sudah cukup, kata sembab. Kemudian mereka ramai2 ketawa berdekah-dekah..-f/bk

Din confident jer yg Bersatu akan ada "Upper hand" dan UMNO tak boleh demand? Biaq betoi? No wonder Tun M tak setuju. Otak Yiddin ni kira habih "meta" habih cerdik sampai tinggai hampeh kot? Cuba dengaq ni, payah gak nak faham, dengaq ulangkali.Aku pun belum cukup "khatam" tapi bolehlah faham. 

Rakaman audio yang tular dikatakan mesyuarat Bersatu dimana suara lelaki berbicara itu Muhyiddin Yassin, yang mengemukakan cadangan untuk menarik ahli parlimen Umno menyertai Bersatu dan jika Bersatu (beliau) dapat membentuk kerajaan mereka akan dihadiahkan dengan jawatan ia merupakan satu perancangan jahat dan keji.

Dalam rakaman audio itu suara seperti mirip suara Muhyiddin itu menyebut, kalau dijanjikan apa-apa jawatan kepada mereka, (MP Umno) mereka tidak akan berpaling tadah dan terus menyokong Bersatu. Mengambil kira sumber berkenaan, terdapat 13 ahli parlimen Umno yang telah meninggalkan parti berkenaan menyertai Bersatu. Mereka itu adalah:

1. Hamzah Zainuddin (Larut).
2. Mustapa Mohamed (Jeli).
3. Ikmal Hisham Abdul Aziz (Tanah Merah).
4. Rosol Wahid (Hulu Terengganu).
5. Shabuddin Yahya (Tasek Gelugur).
6. Noor Azmi Ghazali (Bagan Serai).
7. Mohd Faslah Mohd Fakeh (Sabak Bernam).
8. Mas Ermieyati Samsudin (Masjid Tanah).
9. Dr Abdul Latif Ahmad (Mersing).
10. Abdul Rahim Bakri (Kudat).
11. Azizah Mat Dom (Sepitang).
12. Ronald Kiandee (Baluran).
13. Zakaria Idris (Libaran).

Mereka ini hendaklah dicam dan diingati oleh pengundi di kawasan masing-masing.Tindakan mereka meninggal parti perlu diAJAR secukupnya dengan tidak lagi memberi undi kepada mereka dalam PRU15 akan datang. - mso

Dengaq sampai habis betapa jahatnya Din,Semburit dan geng...

Penjelasan konspirasi Muhyiddin Mohd Yassin, Azmin Ali dan Hamzah Zainuddin serta konco-konco mereka dari Umno dan Pas mengkhianati Mandat 9 Mei 2018. Rayuan dan arahan Dr Mahathir Mohamad dipijak lumat oleh konspirator Langkah Sheraton.

Syed Saddiq Syed Abdul Rahman cabar mereka yang ada rakaman suara sulit mesyuarat Majlis Pimpinan Tertinggi Bersatu 23 Februari agar menyiarkan keseluruhan rakaman demi kebenaran. Ahli Parlimen Muar dan Ketua Armada Bersatu itu mencabar pihak-pihak yang beliau sebut dalam sidang medianya, kalau berani ambil tindakan undang-undang ke atasnya. - a.kadir jasin

Betapa jahat si Hamzah ni...

PPBM secretary-general Hamzah Zainudin once described Muhyiddin Yassin as a “power hungry” leader who wanted to topple Najib Razak’s administration, Muar MP Syed Saddiq Syed Abdul Rahman claimed today.

He said Hamzah, who was then an Umno Supreme Council member, had told him Muhyiddin wanted to become the prime minister just before the last general election.

“That was why he (Muhyiddin) kept on attacking Najib,” he said at a press conference here, adding Hamzah had related this to him.

Din should respond as 
there are graft allegations...

BERSATU youth wing (ARMADA) executive committee member (religious affairs) Abu Hafiz Salleh Hudin has called for Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin to swiftly answer allegations of graft related to a voice recording from the party’s supreme council meeting on February 23 which surfaced yesterday.

The voice recording reveals more excerpts of the Bersatu supreme council meeting on February 23, which led to the party’s controversial exit from the Pakatan Harapan coalition to join forces with 10 rogue PKR members of parliament led by Azmin Ali, Umno-led Barisan Nasional, PAS and GPS in a political coup that resulted in the current Muhyiddin-led Perikatan Nasional ruling ensemble.

Dr Mahathir and four other Bersatu MPs objected to the coup and have remained with Pakatan Harapan on the opposition bloc, forming a split between two factions for control of Bersatu itself.

Abu Hafiz called for Muhyiddin to answer serious allegations that have surfaced from this recording.

“The voice recording points to criminal intent and relates to corrupt offers of positions. It is followed by corresponding actions after PN assumed the government. Does Muhyiddin admit or deny that it is his voice?” asked Abu Hafiz.
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Moga SPRM boleh buka siasatan kpd pemilik suara audio mirip Din ni, sebab janji jawatan utk habuan tebuk atap tu pun termasuk RASUAH jugakan? Berani dia tiru suara Din?

In the two minute and 24 seconds clip (top most clip) which went viral on social media yesterday, a voice resembling that of Bersatu president and Prime Minister Muhyiddin appears to instruct, among others, the expansion of Bersatu via crossovers from Umno, including from former Prime Minister Najib Razak’s camp.

The voice resembling Muhyiddin is heard instructing council members, including allegedly directly addressing the likes of current Home Minister Hamzah Zainuddin, Perak Menteri Besar Ahmad Faizal Azumu (Peja) and Paya Rumput assemblyman Mohd Rafiq Naizamohideen.

“I said there are over 30 Umno currently, can we meet them and say, ‘Hey, we are going to form the government man, why don’t you come and join Bersatu?’. Bersatu is already with 41, add to that 10 from Umno, we are the biggest party,” the voice said.

The voice also appeared to address former Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad, by stating, “I’m sorry to say, you don’t follow, but I thought that could be done.”

But Abu Hafiz’s bone of contention came in the following quote from the video which appears to indicate the enticement of crossovers allegedly and admittedly (by the voice resembling Muhyiddin’s) with offers of ministerial and GLC posts.

“If we take another, another, another, maybe there are among them, moreover if they have certain offers, why not? What is the difference between joining Bersatu and remaining in Umno?

“If we carry out such efforts, maybe some of them will join Bersatu. And there are those who have joined Bersatu. Thus, Bersatu will become an enlarged party. Imagine if 30 come in with us, with the 40 that we have, we are the single largest Malay ruling party in the country. This is the scheme of things.

“Sorry to say brother, Even if I am sick, I do work. Every night I speak to people, ‘Can we not do it?’

“The other day, I spoke to Hamzah, Peja, you can too Rafiq. Talk to one, to three, four, five people.. If you add one, two three… If they know a new government is to be formed, Umno comes in, ‘why don’t you come in now? Why don’t you join us now rather than you join later?’

“I think if we do that, a large number will become members, 10, 20… with Najib and his clan. And we give them positions. If they are not ministers, become chairmen of GLCs.

“At the beginning maybe they don’t want to leave. Rather than stay now and become opposition. They want to be part of the government. “
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The next line rather obviously exposes Dr Mahathir’s opposition towards the move.

“Of course, Tun said to me, No, maybe they will do something. I don’t think they can do something. And everybody follows Najib’s demands. And threaten us, if you don’t give this we will exit en masse.

“It may be possible, but maybe not successful. So, I think don’t make a total conclusion because if it happened and Umno gets the upper hand. Thus the scheme of thing, if we do this it will strengthen Bersatu.

“If Tun calls two or three Umno people, we suggest ‘join now, join now’… If this happens we become the majority. Bigger than any other party there is now. When is the time? This is it…” - talkedabout

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