Pendedahan berkaitan Pas sedang berpakat dengan Umno semakin panas apabila wujud satu taklimat mengenai perkara itu secara tertutup dan sulit.
Naib Presiden AMANAH, Husam Musa berkata beliau memiliki rakaman taklimat berkenaan dan bersedia mengeluarkannya apabila hampir pilihan raya.
“Saya ada rakaman itu dan pemimpin itu akan tahu saya benar-benar memilikinya.
“Ini kerana pemimpin berkenaan menyebut dalam rakaman itu kalau ada sesiapa bocorkan dia akan disumpah jadi abu,” katanya ketika berucap merasmikan Bilik Operasi Pilihan Raya Pakatan Harapan (PH) Dun Kadok malam tadi.
Dari rakaman itu katanya dapatlah diketahui bahawa Pas sudah bekerjasama dengan Umno.
“Pas sudah ambil duit Umno.
“Termasuk dalam pilihan raya negeri Sarawak, ambil duit daripada Umno,” katanya.
Mengulas pengakuan Presiden Pas bahawa ada “taawun” dengan Umno beliau berkata, ia merujuk kerjasama dalam pilihan raya.
“Caranya adalah Pas bertanding tiga penjuru supaya menang Umno.
“Perkara ini tentu tidak akan diberitahu kepada pengikut bawahan.
“Ini yang orang Pas wajib tahu dan saya wajib sampaikan,” katanya.
Beliau seterusnya mencabar pimpinan berkenaan yang kini tahu ancaman “sumpah jadi abu” ada di tangan beliau menafikan perkara itu.
“Sila buat penafian kalau perkara ini tidak benar.
“Jika jelas perkara ini benar, pilihan raya ini hanya ada dua pilihan antara PH dan Barisan Nasional (BN).
“Ini kerana menyokong Pas dalam pilihan raya ini hanya bertujuan memenangkan BN,” katannya.
Beliau turut mempertikaikan kenyataan presiden Pas, Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang yang berkata parti itu bertanding untuk menyelesaikan masalah-masalah negara.
“Melalui wawancara dalam akhbar mingguan beliau kata bertanding nak selesai masalah negara.
“Tolong selesai masalah Kelantan dululah,”katanya.
Yang terbaru katanya, pelbagai masalah timbul dalam pengurusan Ladang Rakyat.
“Ladang Rakyat melalui koperasinya yang menguruskan dana ahlinya dari golongan miskin membeli sebuah setesen minyak di Tunjong.
“Akibat salah urus, setesen itu telah terhenti operasi hampir setahun.
“Apa yang malang apabila perkara ini didedahkan oleh satu bloh, mereka boleh jawab, apa masalahnya kalau tak operasi,” katanya.
Sikap seperti ini kata beliau telah menyebabkan kerugian demi kerugian kepada wang rakyat.
“Telah banyak yang telah saya dedahkan, dan banyak lagi yang cuba disembunyikan.
“Kalau mengurus Kelantan penuh dengan kegagalan bagaimana nak janjikan untuk selesaikan masalah negara,” soalnya. - malaysiadateline
Pakatan Harapan saman ROS...
Sabotaging Hishamuddin Hussein Onn
UMNO Will Lose Johor?...
I think Java Man's boys are trying to sabotage Hishamuddin Hussein Onn. Watch your back bro. These are village boys. Depa type 'foot rap' play ball time. They can really sabotage you.
The UMNO boys are not worried about the General elections. They are more concerned with the UMNO party elections (due after the elections). After kicking out Muhyiddin, Hishamuddin Onn is now UMNO's head honcho in Johor. Hishamuddin is slotted to occupy the PM's post (in a perfect UMNO world).
Hence Jawa Man's boys are on the lookout for Hisham. If UMNO / BN loses Johor in the coming GE, it will be kaputs for Hishamuddin Onn. He will be kicked out of the race for no. 1 position.
Then Java Man can be in position to become PM. As the stomach churns.
The more 'feet on the ground' approach is the fact that in GE13 in 2013, the Opposition won 18 out of 56 State Assembly seats in Johor. This was unprecedented. In previous elections the Opposition held 10 seats or so in Johor. UMNO just barely maintained the 2/3 majority in the Johor State Assembly.
If the Opposition wins just 11 more seats, then UMNO will lose Johor.
Here is another fact. In 2013 the figures show that 83 of all Johor Malay voters voted for UMNO / BN. Despite the solid support, UMNO / BN lost 18 State seats. Now according to this survey above the Johor Malay support for UMNO / BN is down to 58%!
I think UMNO's goat is going to get cooked in Johor.
Here is my reading ok.
Only 19% of Chinese (the smallest number) are not happy with the higher cost of living because they can cope better. They can generate income. Many are business people or self employed where they can pass through the higher costs.
24% of Malays are unhappy with the higher cost of living obviously because they are in the lower income. The BR1M recipients.
18% Chinese are unhappy with corruption versus only 5% of Malays because the Chinese (being the business class) suffer more corruption than the Malays (who are usually wage earners).
Only 5% of Chinese are unhappy about poor economic management (versus 10% Malays) because the Chinese are independent of the gomen. They dont care as much how the gomen manages the economy. They can manage their own economy without the gomen. More Malays are unhappy because they depend on gomen handouts. Same with peoples' welfare.
7% Chinese are unhappy with "unfairness" (the largest number again) whereas there is no number for the Malays ?? What type of a survey is this?
Chinese want an even playing field.
Malays do not see unfairness because the playing field is tilted in their favor.
Dont forget - in Malaysia it is always race, race, race. Above all else, race, race, race. - ost
Najib’s slow death...
Living under the tawdry and sinking regime of Prime Minister Najib Razak must seem to Malaysians like death by treacle. The mounting litany of shameful episodes that have riven that nation all appear to be traceable to the hapless PM, who is also the head of the dominant political party, the United Malays National Organisation.
Things are so bad that last week the UMNO-owned newspaper, Utusan Malaysia, carried an outrageous editorial that tried to exonerate Najib and shift the blame elsewhere. It failed, of course, because it was arguing against facts that indicate to all Malaysians that Najib is steadily sinking into the treacly pit of corruption and maladministration into which he has plunged his country.
If you think this is over the top, just consider a few of the more damning indictments against the PM and his band of gangsters, cheats and philanderers. First, there are the missing billions of taxpayers’ money. It is hard to truly comprehend the full magnitude of this gigantic, nepotistic malfeasance, and even the illustrious New York Times took three pages to try to do it.
Suffice to say that Najib’s stepson, Riza Aziz, the offspring of the PM’s second wife Rosmah, is the man apparently responsible for most of the woes brought about by this debacle – otherwise known as 1MDB. The initials stand for 1Malaysia Development Berhad, a sovereign wealth fund that has lost billions due to corruption and mismanagement, and is still weighed down by massive nonperforming loans.
The fund appears to be almost entirely controlled by Najib, Aziz and a flamboyant Penang Chinese conman called Jho Low – no relation to Jennifer Lopez, though he mixes with Paris Hilton and other Hollywood starlets.
Why and how? There is no clear answer, except to recall that Najib is under the sway of Rosmah Mansor, a shopaholic wrecking ball, who shrugs off ridicule and ignores how her actions thwart her husband’s premiership. In truth, the personal damage to Najib is piffling compared to the disastrous effect the huge 1MDB losses are having on the already fragile Malaysian economy.
An opposition MP has called the fund fiasco “the mother of the mother of the mother of all scandals in the history of Malaysia”. He may be right. Certainly, there are already worries that if and when 1MDB collapses, the nation’s financial system may take a hit that will dwarf the effect of the Asian Financial Crisis in 1997. And bear in mind that Malaysia’s resource-dependent economy is already in trouble due to the depressed price of its key exports, petroleum oil and palm oil.
Last month, Najib announced US$1.5 billion in spending cuts and said Malaysia’s economic growth would fall from 6 percent to between 4.5pc and 5.5pc this year.The economic woes have been compounded by diminishing political support at home.
In the last general election two years ago, Najib vowed to reverse the drop in votes that his UMNO-led coalition had witnessed under his predecessor, PM Abdullah Badawi. It did not happen. His government ceded even more seats and lost four state assemblies and the overall popular vote to the opposition People’s Alliance, led by Anwar Ibrahim.
Since that chastening experience, Najib has clung onto the UMNO leadership by appeasing his key support base, the nation’s Malay-Muslim majority, and marginalising the minority Chinese and Indian communities. This shocking move was his only option, or else he would have faced the same fate as Abdullah, who was elbowed out after his election failure by UMNO party men.
Concurrently, Najib has reversed his promise to dump the colonial-era Sedition Act, and instead applied it with increasing frequency against oppositionists, lawyers, journalists and academics. Most recently, Anwar has been jailed for five years after a dubious sodomy conviction, while one of the nation’s popular cartoonists has been detained for drawing caricatures that lampoon the farcical Anwar trial.
Not only do these actions signal a premier running scared – as would be expected after the 1MDB catastrophe and his election setback – but they are grotesquely hypocritical. Tarring Anwar with sodomy conveniently distracts attention from the fact that Najib, a notorious philanderer in his early days like most UMNO leaders, may be complicit in the murder of a Mongolian model.
The demise of this woman, the lover of the PM’s closest adviser and many Malaysians suspect also Najib’s mistress, is under investigation due to a $155 million kickback in an intertwined submarine deal negotiated when Najib was defence minister.
All of this led Utusan to issue its absurd editorial that – wait for it – blamed America for the country’s woes. It even accused Washington, which has criticised Anwar’s jailing, of copying the opposition leader’s behaviour.
According to Utusan, “The US wants to ‘sodomise’ our legal and judicial system, even though the majority of Malaysians agree with the court’s decision.” Well, that is a moot point. Certainly the voting pattern suggests most Malaysians would happily accept Anwar as their next PM. - Roger Mitton–Myanmar Times
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Tanda2 besaq PRU14 dah dekat...
Cowlady having a photo session with wife of Israel diplomat.