31 October 2020

Kaki demo Keris Kontot & Bulan dah kena mandi Bunga...

 Kalu DAP yang saman YDPA habis terbang tengkolok 
keris kayu,serban dan selendang lebai semua...

Satu dunia salah faham dgn tweet Dr.M yang berkata 
"org islam ada hak utk rasa marah dan bunuh rakyat france". 
hinggakan tweetnya digantung oleh Twitter...
Dr.M says muslims have right to
 'Kill millions of French people'...

Former Malaysian leader Mahathir Mohamad launched into a shocking late-night Twitter tirade on Thursday when he said Muslims had the right "to kill millions of French people" as the publications of cartoons depicting the Prophet Muhammad has led to deadly violence in France and protests across the Islamic world. Read his blog posting MISREPRESENTED CONTEXT .

His words came the same day that a knife-wielding attacker killed three people at a church in the seaside French city of Nice, beheading one of the victims. The killings followed the murder of a school teacher on Oct. 16 in a northern Paris suburb, who was beheaded after showing cartoons published in the satirical Charlie Hebdo magazine to students in his class in a lecture on freedom of expression. Protests erupted and boycotts against French goods were announced in several Muslim countries.

In a Twitter thread titled "RESPECT OTHERS", the outspoken, 95-year-old statesman poured fuel on the fiery debate. "While I believe in the freedom of expression, I do not think it includes insulting other people," Mahathir said. "In Malaysia, where there are people of many different races and religions, we have avoided serious conflicts between races because we are conscious of the need to be sensitive to the sensitivities of others." 
Mahathir then went on to criticize French President Emmanuel Macron's handling of the controversy. "Macron is not showing that he is civilised. He is very primitive in blaming the religion of Islam and Muslims for the killing of the insulting school teacher. It is not in keeping with the teachings of Islam," Mahathir said, before launching into the most outrageous remark of all: "Muslims have a right to be angry and to kill millions of French people for the massacres of the past. The French in the course of their history have killed millions of people. Many were Muslims." 

But while he did not approve of the killings, he said that the Muslims "had the right to punish the French".

"By and large the Muslims have not applied the "eye for an eye" law. Muslims don't. The French shouldn't. Instead the French should teach their people to respect other people's feelings," Mahathir said. 
Lebai Hadi kata perlunya boikot barang Perancis.
Tapi gomen pintu belakang yang lebai anggotai itu kata NO!!!...

Twitter initially declined to remove the offending tweets but did so hours later following a furious reaction from the French government, who called for Mahathir's account to be suspended. Twitter later told the AFP news agency that it was because the comments "violated official policy regarding glorification of violence."

Responding to the outcry, he claimed his words were taken out of context and that he was "disgusted with attempts to misrepresent" them.

Mahathir served as prime minister of Muslim-majority Malaysia twice, from 1981 to 2003 and again from 2018 to 2020. He has a long history of making inflammatory, bigoted and anti-Semitic remarks. In a book published in 1970 titled "The Malay Dilemma," he addressed the problem of racial harmony in Malaysia, arguing in favor of Malay Muslims and saying that they were the rightful owners of Malaya and their population had been marginalized. Heather Chen,Vice

Row with France - why is Dr.M 
so full of hate?...

What will many of our elite Malaysians do in the wake of the call to boycott French products because of the warning against radical Muslims by French President Emmanuel Macron?

Will a former self-styled "First Lady of Malaysia" (Flom) ditch her prized collection of multi million-ringgit Hermès Birkin bags? Will our 'tai-tais' (ladies who lunch) stop using French perfumes and cosmetics?

When travel restrictions are lifted and the jet set can indulge in a bit of retail therapy in the shopping capitals of the world, will they refuse to travel if the aeroplane is an Airbus A380? Will some Malays stop their debauched partying on the Riviera?

If the French successfully develop a vaccine for Covid-19, will the Muslims reject the treatment?

Religious extremists only want to spread hatred, and violence is a means to an end, but who would have thought that former PM, Dr Mahathir Mohamad, a nonagenarian, and a family man, would actually tweet words that encourage more violence?

Yesterday, Mahathir's tweet which said, "Muslims have a right to be angry and to kill millions of French people for the massacres of the past," was initially flagged by Twitter for "glorifying violence", but was finally deleted. Mahathir has supported calls to boycott French products and has called Macron "primitive".

Some Malaysians view Mahathir as a statesman, but he is no statesman. He is only another ego-centric politician, whose dreams of becoming a prime-minister-for-life have come to nought. He only thinks about the next election, but not about creating a Malaysia that is united and rejects extremism in all forms.

Muslims who resort to violent tactics do not know their religion. If they did, they would have known Surah Al-Qasas, 28:551 which says: "And when they hear ill speech, they turn away from it and say, ‘For us are our deeds, and for you are your deeds. Peace will be upon you; we seek not the ignorant.’"

Drawings or writings which are controversial do not give others the right to murder. Killing in the name of any God is wrong.

The people who think that Muslims who use religion as an excuse to kill because of a cartoon or piece of writing, should realise that today, it is a teacher, a church official, or a church-goer. How long before these deranged people attack other Muslims who may be too liberal for their liking, such as LGBTs or those who do not dress conservatively?

Isn't it strange that many Muslims flee their oppressive homelands, risk rough seas, cut-throat human traffickers and travel thousands of miles to reach Christian shores? Once they are given asylum in western countries like France, a number then try to impose their conservative values on a nation which encourages secularism, equality, freedom of expression and tolerates people of other faiths. Why did they even bother to leave their homeland?

Mahathir's supporters glorify him for his developments, like the Twin Towers or that a capital city was created in a former marshland and oil palm estate. The skyscrapers and manufacturing industries are monuments to Mahathir's desire to make Malaysia a developed nation. Sadly, he did not nurture our human capital.

The Malays and Muslims eye the non-Malays and non-Muslims with suspicion. We appear to have lost our humanity and our social and moral values. Instead, we chase money and material goods.

Mahathir cannot get along with his deputies, has great difficulty in grooming a successor, and tries his best to mould Malaysia into his vision of a nation. He has failed in all of these, and his Vision 2020 lies dead in the gutter. He can't give a talk at universities, like Oxford or Cambridge, without causing controversy with his racist remarks.

His pet project, Proton, has been taken over by the People's Republic of China (PRC). For decades we told him, and his successors, to stop the political meddling in Malaysia Airlines (MAS). Ironically, the Covid pandemic finally grounded MAS, where we had failed.

Malaysia is a nation in crisis, mainly because of the division started and perpetuated by Mahathir. Successive leaders are no better. They merely perfected his methods and did nothing to unite the nation. Their oft-repeated mantra was that only their party, be it Umno Baru or PAS, can "unite the Malays, and defend Islam." Some of us wrongly believed that Mahathir would right his wrongs after GE14.

Mahathir's contentious tweet, which he made yesterday, was preceded by another which said: "Irrespective of the religion professed, angry people kill. The French in the course of their history has killed millions of people. Many were Muslims."

So, to which period in history is Mahathir referring? Is he urging the modern world to take revenge for what happened centuries ago?

Why does Mahathir want to pick a fight with others? Surely it is time for his children to tell him to retire gracefully, or risk more harm to his already disgraced legacy. - Mariam Mokhtar.mk


29 October 2020

Tak lama lagi jatuh lah...

Bila istana nasihat MP utk sokong Bajet 2021 yg belum dibentang pun, 
adakah itu bermakna sudah takdak lagi kuasa bagi MP pilihan rakyat? 
Bajet gomen pintu belakang boleh ditolak asalkan PH sediakan Bajet Alternatif...
Lets wait and see the fun... - TS

Din juga yang kata dulu bukan gua...- TS
UMNO will push for  parliamentary approval for  Budget 2021 provided it addresses pressing issues including debt moratorium extension,  cash aid for youths who are unemployed etc .  UMNO wants GE15 to be called as soon as Covid-19 is safely under control.What can the PM do to make sure Budget 2021 receives  parliamentary approval if certain UMNO MPs decided to vote against it despite the ex ruling party’s assurance?...

Who Will Be Deputy PM?...

At the Umno supreme council meeting on Monday, there were apparently calls for a deputy prime minister to be appointed from Umno. Umno supreme council member Datuk Zahidi Zainul Abidin had said the party hoped the request would be considered.

Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia (Bersatu) leaders, at a “hang out” session between leaders and members in the city recently, indicated that it was considering appointing a deputy prime minister from Umno to resolve all internal bickering within the PN administration.

So, who has the complete package? The names that are being bandied about are Foreign Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Hussein, Umno deputy president Datuk Seri Mohamad Hasan and Senior Defence Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri. Sources within the PN revealed that the favourite candidate to hold the post is Hishammuddin but Mohamad, also known as Tok Mat, was a close second.

“All three of them have their strengths, but it looks like Hishammuddin is the favourite right now. Many things are being considered and at the moment, Hishammuddin is the right person for the job. Besides, he has royal backup,” a source claimed. A source claimed Tok Mat, who is Rantau assemblyman, did not have the approval of the majority of Umno supreme council members.

A deputy prime minister’s post could ease the tension both in PN and within Umno itself, according to a party member, adding that perhaps it could also heal the split within Umno which is now divided into a few factions. “But only if it goes to the right person,” the Umno member told the New Straits Times on condition of anonymity.

Based on conversations with the Umno grassroots, it appears that not all party members are keen on having Hishammuddin for the position. Some want the Umno president to be appointed.

“Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi shouldn’t accept the conditions set by PN. The presidency is Umno’s dignity. Don’t throw our dignity away. “It’s either the president becomes the deputy prime minister or no deal,” the Umno member said.

Another Umno grassroots member was of the opinion that the deputy prime minister post should go to either Tok Mat or one of Umno’s vice-presidents such as Ismail Sabri, Datuk Seri Mahdzir Khalid or Datuk Seri Khaled Nordin.

However, despite the insistence of some Umno members who want to see their party president holding a cabinet post, Zahid’s 47 charges involving criminal breach of trust, corruption and money laundering make it difficult for the Bagan Datuk member of parliament to be appointed.

Regardless of who will be selected, it looks like Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin might likely make his decision soon, possibly before the start of the parliamentary session next week. 

Meanwhile,tonight,Umno leaders have began arriving at party headquarters at the Putra World Trade Centre for a supreme council meeting, supposedly to discuss the party’s terms of cooperation with Perikatan Nasional (PN).  This is second time the Umno Supreme Council has convened this week, after a holding a meeting just three days ago. 

During that session, the party decided to continue its cooperation with Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin and his PN government, albeit with refined terms. 

Although Umno has not provided details on today’s meeting, it is believed there will be discussions on conditions for the party to remain in PN, including who among its members should be the candidate for the post of deputy prime minister. – NST/Vibes

The inside story of Zahid’s 
letter to the Agong...

Ahmad Zahid Hamidi’s letter to the Agong, in which the Umno president expressed support for his PKR counterpart Anwar Ibrahim as prime minister, was sent just 48 hours after he met with Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin, an investigation by MalaysiaNow confirms.

What followed were tense gatherings at Muhyiddin’s house as ministers expressed shock and disbelief, and another private confrontation between Muhyiddin and Zahid, where the latter demanded that several of his colleagues in the Cabinet be sacked.

The Oct 11 letter, co-signed by former Umno president Najib Razak, was sent ahead of a royal audience granted to Anwar at Istana Negara on Oct 13, where he was supposed to provide proof of his claim to possessing the majority support of MPs in the Dewan Rakyat.

But two days before that, Zahid had met Muhyiddin at the latter’s residence in Bukit Damansara. During that meeting, Zahid gave his commitment to the prime minister of Umno’s support, at a time when Anwar was predicting the doom and eventual collapse of Muhyiddin’s government.

An insider who revealed details of the meeting to MalaysiaNow said Zahid also went a step further by asking if Muhyiddin’s Bersatu would like to become the third member of Muafakat Nasional. Muafakat Nasional is the charter inked by Umno and PAS during their time in the opposition, a move by the two Malay-based parties to formalise their cooperation after decades of rivalry.

“Yet, 48 hours later, Zahid and Najib sent their letter to Istana Negara expressing their support for Anwar to replace Muhyiddin as prime minister,” the insider told MalaysiaNow. He added that the letter was prepared without the knowledge of any of the Umno Supreme Council members.

“Only the two of them knew about it. No one else,” he said.

Shocked Umno ministers

So how did a letter to the palace, sent in secret without anyone’s knowledge, become known to the public? Two days later, on Oct 15, a representative from Istana Negara called on Muhyiddin to give him a copy of Zahid’s letter.

“The letter was prepared without the knowledge of any of the Umno Supreme Council members.”
“That same night, the PM summoned all Umno ministers to his house, where he revealed to them the letter of support for Anwar by Zahid and Najib,” the insider said.

During the meeting, the Umno ministers voiced four demands of Muhyiddin, saying they had come under pressure from party members. “They said the party had not been given the positions it deserved in the government,” an aide who was briefed about the meeting told MalaysiaNow.

“But all of them were shocked upon learning about Zahid’s letter, and said that they had never supported Anwar. They then resolved to bring up the matter to the Umno Supreme Council.”

The next day, the contents of the letter were revealed to MalaysiaNow. Soon, several purported copies of it were making the rounds on social media. The Umno Supreme Council meeting to discuss the revelation was postponed many times. “By this time, Zahid was aware that Umno ministers knew about his letter,” said the insider.

Zahid’s demand: sack Umno ministers

On Oct 17, Muhyiddin, who is Bersatu president, arranged for a meeting with Zahid and PAS president Abdul Hadi Awang to discuss Muafakat Nasional. Also present were Ahmad Maslan, Takiyuddin Hassan and Hamzah Zainuddin, the secretary-generals of Umno, PAS and Bersatu.

During the meeting, Muhyiddin brought up the elephant in the room: Zahid’s letter to the palace. “When the PM produced the letter, Zahid reacted by saying, ‘There’s no need to bring the letter out’.” An aide to Muhyiddin then handed the letter to Hamzah, who showed it to a visibly shocked Hadi.

Zahid demanded that he be appointed as deputy prime minister and listed the names of Umno leaders whom he said should be dropped from the Cabinet. They include Foreign Minister Hishammuddin Hussein, Health Minister Dr Adham Baba, Science, Technology, and Innovation Minister Khairy Jamaluddin, and National Unity Minister Halimah Sadique. These demands further raised temperatures at the meeting. 

‘What do you really want?’ Muhyiddin then questioned Zahid about his intentions and what he wanted.

“Zahid accused the prime minister of breaking his promise,” the insider said.

“Muhyiddin then said he had never promised anything. Zahid said that initially, when Umno supported Bersatu to form the government, it was for Dr Mahathir Mohamad to become the PM, not Muhyiddin.

“Muhyiddin pressed Zahid again about his unhappiness. Zahid replied that as president of Umno, he should have been appointed the deputy prime minister.”

At this point, Hamzah interrupted: “Is it about your case?”

Zahid answered “no”.

“Then what?” Hamzah pressed.

“I’m embarrassed to tell but there are many things that are not right,” Zahid said.

Muhyiddin then told Zahid that he had no say in court matters.

“But as a friend, he said he would pray that Zahid will be acquitted.”

Zahid is facing 47 charges of criminal breach of trust, corruption and money laundering involving funds belonging to his foundation, Yayasan Akalbudi. - malaysianow


27 October 2020

Kisah pop-corn si Lobakman...

Lobakman tuduh bos KKM manipulasi data lebih 1k pasai Din nak mohon darurat.Hari ni kes bertambah lebih 1k lagi,takkan bos KKM manipulasi angka2 tu lagi kot? Nak tanya pasai apa Lobakman sendiri tak report ke balai polis berdekatan?.. Dia konpius kot...

No end to political wrangling, a day after the rulers advice.All eyes on UMNO , if UMNO leave,the PN govt falls and if PM Din resigns,who’s gonna replace him? So many questions yet so few answers...

A Royal Vote Of No Confidence...

You know it was game over for Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin when Johor Crown Prince Tunku Ismail Sultan Ibrahim expressed his hope that Malaysia will be saved from threats of those who are greedy and power crazy for their personal interests. It was not a normal daily babbling as the remark was made on the same day eight Malay Rulers were about to convene a special meeting.
The crown prince’s father, Sultan Ibrahim of Johor, has great influence over the Malay Rulers. But on Sunday (Oct 25), there was no Conference of Rulers. Instead, it was just an informal get-together of the monarchy to discuss Muhyiddin government’s bizarre proposed declaration of Emergency. The Johor Crown Prince’s statement reflected his father’s opinion, and the result was predictable.
The Sultanate of Johor just needed to ask one simple question to fellow Malay Rulers in the meeting – why neighbouring Singapore, despite its populations of 6 times lesser than Malaysia, did not have to resort to an emergency rule, even though it has more than double of Malaysia’s Coronavirus cases?
In short, before the King Sultan Abdullah, also known as the Yang di-Pertuan Agong, announced the result of the Malay Rulers’ meeting of rejecting the backdoor PM Muhyiddin’s request for a Proclamation of Emergency, the writing was already on the wall. But the prime minister, blinded by his lust for power, was over-confident that he could arm-twist the monarch to give him his new toy.
In fact, Muhyiddin and his power-crazy gang of de-facto Deputy Prime Minister Azmin Ali and Home Minister Hamzah Zainudin were so confident of able to rule like Dictator Adolf Hitler that they had called for a meeting of all state leaders (presumably to brief them of the anticipated state of emergency), only to cancel it abruptly after the monarch denied the dubious request.
Just two days earlier on Friday (Oct 23), the disgraced Muhyiddin secretly and hastily repackaged a nuclear option – State of Emergency – but disguised as a nicely wrapped tool to fight Coronavirus. The real objective, however, was to grab absolute power and run the country without check and balance from the Legislative and Judiciary, two essential branches in democracy.

He wanted to suspend the Parliament before the Budget 2021 day, scheduled to be tabled from Nov 2-6, because he had absolutely no confidence of getting his budget passed. Hanging on a 2-seat-majority – just 113-seat in the 222-seat Parliament – the prime minister was advised that up to 90% chance he would lose the budget, and has to resign thereafter.
If the Parliament is suspended and Mr Muhyiddin is granted the emergency power, he could pass his own budget in his bed. Heck, he could even use the Emergency Ordinance under a Proclamation of Emergency to detain anybody whom he thinks is a threat to his iron throne for up to 60 days without an order of detention, and to be held up to 2 years upon a new order.
So on the same evening (Oct 23), Muhyiddin sped to meet the King with a powerful convoy of 25 high-performance cars on a 206-kilometres journey from Putrajaya to Kuantan, Pahang. The premier brought along top guns like Inspector-General of Police Abdul Hamid Bador and Armed Forces Chief General Affendi Buang – and even Health Director General Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah.

The audience with the Agong (King) was expected to produce quick and positive result on the spot, at least that was what the backdoor government thought. After all, the prime minister had brought along every single tool in his arsenal, including the kitchen sink, to hoodwink Sultan Abdullah that a declaration of emergency was absolutely necessary to combat Covid-19.
The powerful convoy arrived at the palace at 4:40pm and left at 7:10pm. To the backdoor prime minister’s shock and dismay, the Yang di-Pertuan Agong refused to grant his wish there and then. After more than 2 hours, the monarch sent the naughty boy back home – empty-handed. When it was confirmed there would be no press conference that night, it was bad news for Muhyiddin.
Still, some silly pro-Muhyiddin bloggers and propagandists managed to spin and twist that it was good news based on some photos that the convoy was served dinner by Sultan Abdullah. Even MCA propaganda news media – The Star – made U-turns in its news coverage, from “possible” state emergency, to an “expected” declaration of emergency, to “no” emergency that day.

The monarch simply told Muhyiddin’s delegation that he needed to discuss with his royal brothers on Sunday (Oct 25). It was a polite way of rejecting the absurd proposal by passing the ball to the Malay Rulers to avoid dirty political blame game at a later stage. The King was not born yesterday. Muhyiddin’s real intention was so obvious that it was written all over his face.
From praising frontliners over world recognition in fighting Covid-19, to praising himself and his backdoor government for working hard in curbing the pandemic “without politicking”, how could the prime minister suddenly tell the monarch that they are loosing the battle? Exactly how could Muhyiddin say he needed a declaration of emergency now when the pandemic is under control?

More importantly, the government has not exhausted all the options to contain the pandemic that it deserves to deploy the nuclear option. That explains why King Sultan Abdullah said he felt there was no need to declare a state of emergency to help authorities fight Covid-19, arguing that Muhyiddin’s administration had so far done a good job of battling the deadly pandemic.

The royal statement was actually mocking the Muhyiddin government as well as lecturing the prime minister not to insult the monarch and people’s intelligence. Amusingly, the premier took it as a compliment at face value and expressed his thanks to the Yang di-Pertuan Agong for his confidence in the government’s ability to address the Covid-19 crisis.
Not only had been Muhyiddin politically ill-advised by his trusted lieutenants Azmin and Hamzah, he was also legally ill-advised by his handpicked Attorney General Idrus Harun. The PM thought it was a done deal because the incompetent Idrus thought the King must obediently act according to the Cabinet’s advice based on Article 40 and Article 150 of the Federal Constitution.
The clueless A.G. Idrus had no idea that there are 13 sub-articles built within Article 150 of the Federal Constitution to provide checks and balances, as lectured by former Attorney General Tommy Thomas. The Agong must satisfy that a “grave” emergency exists – whereby national security, economic life or public order is threatened – before the Article 150 can come into play.

It seemed the King and the Malay Rulers fully agreed with Thomas that when it suits the Muhyiddin government, it would brag about how well they fought and controlled the Coronavirus, but when the same regime is on the brink of collapse – it would sing the apocalypse song. There was no compelling justification at all to declare a nationwide emergency.
Crucially, there were wide protests from the both sides of the political divide against giving an absolute power to the power-hungry regime. Supposedly ally UMNO lawmaker Tengku Razaleigh warned an emergency declaration may be the “final nail in the coffin” for the country’s economy, arguing he cannot see any honest basis for such a request but can only suspect non-honourable motives behind it.
Mahathir Mohamad, a twice prime minister, argued there was no justification for an emergency because there were no riots or violence, and no breakdown in law and order. Like Razaleigh, Mahathir said if Muhyiddin gets his wish, not only it cannot do more to stop the pandemic, but instead the stock market will collapse and investors will flee.

Among all, the Sultans were very worried about a collapse of business, economy, stock market and whatnot. The Malay Rulers understood very well that when things go south, which is almost a certainty, the Monarchy Institution will be blamed by 33-million angry people for recklessly and irresponsibly granting absolute power to the Perikatan Nasional regime.
The ongoing Thailand protests by young people against Prime Minister Prayut Chan-O-Cha and their own King have sent shivers down the spine of the Malay Rulers. The student-led mass demonstration had forced the Thai government, with tail between legs, revoked an earlier emergency decree. Why should the Agong protect Muhyiddin, whose request for the emergency is proof he had already lost majority support in the Parliament?
There was another perplexing problem – Muhyiddin’s gang bulldozed for the emergency powers, despite disagreement from ally UMNO. Naturally, whispers of an emergency rule had reached the King before even the prime minister’s powerful convoy started their journey. The Agong was well-prepared – Muhyiddin’s ill-conceived and evil plan was DOA (dead on arrival). - FT


26 October 2020

Darurat - Rejected!!!!...

Sekarang Din dah mula ketaq lutut. Dia tetap kena bentang Bajet 2020 dan kena menghadapi pengundian di Parlimen. Ahli2 Parlimen pula mengikut Perlembagaan Persekutuan berhak utk menolak Bajet jika mereka rasa tak puas hati.Din juga mungkin menghadapi VoNC atau VoC di Parlimen bagi menentukan keabsahan jawatan PM,sekiranya Speaker membenarkannya. Kalu Din kalah dalam undian itu maka that's the end of the road baginya.

Oleh itu terpulang kpd MP2 utk nyatakan pendirian masing. Mau tak mau Din has to face the music lah. Ku Li dari awai2 lagi dah nyatakan keenganannya utk sokong Din,bermakna majoriti Din dah kurang satu. Jadi dari menanggong malu eloklah Din letak jawatan cara terhormat daripada  malu ditewaskan di Parlimen. - TS

Bukan Ketua Kampung atau 
Pegawai Daerah yang reject tau...

Perdana Menteri, Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin, dilaporkan memanggil menteri kabinet ke rumahnya malam ini bagi membincangkan keputusan Yang Di-Pertuan Agong menolak cadangan kabinet untuk mengisytiharkan darurat.

Menurut sumber, Muhyiddin mempertimbangkan peletakan jawatan dan mahu berbincang dengan anggota kabinet secara tidak rasmi.

Turut kelihatan di kediaman Perdana Menteri ialah Ketua Setiausaha Negara (KSN), Tan Sri Mohd Zuki Ali, dan Peguam Negara, Tan Sri Idrus Harun. 

Petang tadi Seri Paduka Baginda Yang di-Pertuan Agong Al-Sultan Abdullah Ri’ayatuddin Al-Mustafa Billah Shah menolak cadangan kerajaan untuk melaksanakan Darurat mengikut Perkara 150(1) Perlembagaan Persekutuan. 

Dalam keadaan biasa, Perdana Menteri secara moral perlu mempertimbangkan untuk melepas jawatan.- suara tv

Muhyiddin wants to resign, say sources...

Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin is contemplating stepping down as prime minister after failing to convince the Yang di-Pertuan Agong to put the country under emergency rule. Since the royal snub this evening, ministers and Bersatu leaders were seen arriving in droves at Muhyiddin’s house in Bukit Damansara here.

Ministers, as well as MPs, some of whom were teary-eyed, gathered at the prime minister’s residence to convince him not to resign. Leading the group are International Trade and Industry Minister Datuk Seri Mohamed Azmin Ali and Home Minister Datuk Seri Hamzah Zainudin.

“It seems that the defeat might have taken a toll on Muhyiddin, and some are saying that he wants to do the right thing and resign, but is asked to stay on by Azmin and others,” said one.

Muhyiddin on Friday presented to the Agong a proposal to put the country under emergency law. But in a dramatic turn of events, the king today rejected Muhyiddin’s ambition, and instead, told the country’s politicians to stop politicking and focus on combating Covid-19 and reviving the economy.

A senior Bersatu member told The Vibes that some of them were summoned to Muhyiddin’s house. Another member said it was inevitable that Muhyiddin would want to resign, having been defeated in his attempt to call for a state of emergency.

“There is also the question as to whether he has the numbers to support him in Parliament. This, compounded by the decision of the Agong, makes him feel unable to carry out his duties as prime minister.”

Leaders’ cars were seen leaving Muhyiddin’s house around 11.20pm. In a brief statement tonight, Muhyiddin said he respects the Agong’s decision not to declare an emergency.

“The cabinet will discuss His Majesty’s decree further. The main concern of the cabinet and government is to shield the rakyat from the Covid-19 pandemic.

“I appreciate His Majesty’s trust in my government and accept his advice to ensure this government remains stable.” – The Vibes

Meanwhile,several opposition MPs have hailed Yang di-Pertuan Agong Sultan Abdullah Sultan Ahmad Shah's decision not to accede to Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin's request to declare a state of emergency.The move has also found some praise from parties within Muhyiddin's own government. PKR's Pasir Gudang MP Hassan Abdul Karim(above) that by convention, the king has to act on the advice of the prime minister.

"However, the Yang di-Pertuan Agong courageously rejected the prime minister's request for an emergency as the ruler understands that in Article 150 of the Federal Constitution, the prerogative to declare an emergency lies with the Agong.

"After consulting with the Malay rulers, he found that the conditions required to declare an emergency was not fulfilled. In other words, he was not satisfied.

"Based on the tradition and practice of parliamentary democracy and a constitutional monarchy, I am of the view that that the Agong's rejection is a slap in the prime minister and Perikatan Nasional government's face.

"The honourable thing to do now is for Muhyiddin to resign as prime minister," he said in a statement today.

DAP's Iskandar Puteri MP Lim Kit Siang thanked the king for his decision. 'The system of constitutional monarchy has proven that it is an important bulwark of parliamentary democracy in Malaysia," he said.

Lim said all Malaysians, including MPs, should now unite to an “all-of-government” and “whole-of-society” war against the third wave of the Covid-19 epidemic in the country. - mk


24 October 2020

Darurat kena kat dia...ptuiiiih !!!!!

Toksah bubaq Parlimen,darurat dah cukup, 
janji aku masih kekal PM...

Kerajaan haram PN cuba utk menutup kelemahan mereka dlm menangani pandemik Covid 19 dengan mengisytiharkan 'darurat'. Perkara itu diputuskan dalam mesyuarat khas hari ini yang dipengerusikan oleh PM Muhyiddin Yassin di Putrajaya. Mereka bukan saja gagal dlm mengawal pertambahan angka covid, malah gagal dlm menguruskan ekonomi negara... 

Kalu pasai Covid19?  Itu bukan alasan untuk declare darurat kerana negara2 lain dalam dunia ini juga alami masalah yg sama, seperti India,Brazil,Jepun,Amerika Syarikat dan negara2 Eropah, cuma mereka dapat tangani dengan telus dan cekap.  Pokoknya gomen kita tak cekap dan tak telus, itu saja. Sebenaqnya Din dah hilang majoriti di Parlimen dengan deklarasi darurat akan membolehkan Bajet 2021 dilakukan tanpa kelulusan Parlimen. 

BSKL merudum teruk...

Darurat politik akan memberi impak buruk terhadap ekonomi; hilang kepercayaan pelabur antarabangsa dan pasaran saham yang tak stabil,,seperti pasaran saham hari ini yang menunjukkan reaksi secara negatif. Din kenalah terima hakikat bahawa dia dah hilang majoriti kat Parlimen,letak jawatan dan berundur secara terhormat.  Semoga YDPA akan buat keputusan yang betul dan adil... Malangnya, doa Din dah tak makbul !!! - TS

Media Statement from Ketua Pembangkang..
SINI dan SINI...

Najib robbed our money and
Din robbed the people’s mandate...

Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin will not make any live announcements tonight, the media was informed. This is after he met the Yang di-Pertuan Agong over the implementation of an "emergency".

However, it is not clear if there will be a statement forthcoming from the prime minister. It also understands that there will also likely be no statement from the palace tonight.

If a declaration of emergency also involved proroguing Parliament, then Muhyiddin will not have to put Budget 2021 to a vote on Nov 17 or face a possible no-confidence vote.

Muhyiddin had an audience with the Yang di-Pertuan Agong at the Istana Abdulaziz in Kuantan, Pahang. The audience is to communicate the cabinet decision to propose the "dissolution of the Dewan Rakyat". 

"His Majesty is expected to meet his brother rulers soon to get their views too but suffice to say, they will support any decision made by the King," a source told the daily. - mk

Malaysia Political Emergency...

The Cabinet Special Meeting which ended just now is said to be proposing the dissolution of the Dewan Rakyat and the ‘Political Emergency’ to the Yang Di Pertuan Agong to overcome political instability and avoid more conflicts in the next parliamentary session.

In a situation where the government has only 113 members of the Dewan Rakyat, the position of the Prime Minister, Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin is expected to always be the bet of other politicians. The Cabinet is said to have suggested that Muhyiddin present this proposal for the consideration of the Yang Di-Pertuan Agong.

Based on the current Covid-19 pandemic, the cabinet is said to be discussing the possibility of Tuanku considering a proposal to suspend Parliament and conduct an ‘administrative emergency’ for 6 months before the general election. The presence of the Commander of the Armed Forces, Gen Tan Sri Affendi Buang, in a special cabinet meeting today is said to be to get feedback on possible administrative emergencies.

This further strengthens the assumption that Tuanku Agong will consider the emergency as a temporary measure to stabilize the country’s politics. If this happens Tuanku Agong will take over the administration of the country with the advice of the emergency cabinet. It can be an existing cabinet or a new cabinet.

This declaration of emergency allows the government to incur emergency expenses without the need for Parliamentary approval. The current government is said to believe that the 2021 Budget to be tabled this November will not pass due to lack of majority support.

At the same time, this political emergency does not involve the government of the Malaysian Armed Forces like a security emergency. -SuaraTV