The Incredible Tokong!

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Tokong Must Be Blind!

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Who Is The Malay Extremist?

A reminder to the DAP and the RBA who keeps insisting that UMNO calls Chinese or Indians pendatang.

It is actually PERKASA who called Chinese and Indians as pendatang and the persons who called to burn bibles previously.

PERKASA’s official name is Pertubuhan PRIBUMI Perkasa Melaysia.

The patron of PERKASA is Tun Mahathir, who is now the Chairman of Parti PRIBUMI Bersatu Malaysia.

The first annual general meeting of PERKASA was held in Mac 2010 and was officially opened by Tun Mahathir while Mukhriz also attended.

PERKASA was never a part of UMNO or BN. And today, PERKASA still stands with Mahathir.

All DAP or RBA should be reminded that Tun Mahathir and PERKASA are now with your Pakatan Harapan. Tun Mahathir is also now the Chairman of Pakatan now.

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How They Hatch A Plot

List of Americans and Malaysians involved in DoJ announcement

THE THIRD FORCE

Following is the list of persons involved one way or the other in bringing to fruition the 15th of June 2017 announcement by the United States (US) Department of Justice (DoJ). The announcement, made by acting US attorney for the Central District of California, Sandra R. Brown, pertained the filing of a civil lawsuit seeking the forfeiture and recovery of assets worth approximately USD540 million.

This article is the 16th in an ongoing series (listed below) dedicated to laying bare a global elitist complicity to impose a remote form of jurisdiction over Southeast Asian economies. An upcoming article, due Wednesday, will reveal the extent of a conspiracy involving key American intelligence officers and former Malaysian premier Dr. Mahathir Mohamad to plan, execute and blow up the announcement.

THE LIST OF PERPETRATORS

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When Death Is Used Politically – You’re A Sick Man, Gobind!

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Tokong’s Blame List

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Most Power Crazy CM In Malaysia!

POSITIONS HELD BY INCOMPETENT ME , LIM GUAN ENG IN PENANG

  1. Ketua Menteri Negeri Pulau Pinang
  2. Ahli Parlimen Bagan
  3. Ahli Dewan Undangan Negeri Air Putih
  4. Chief Minister Incorporated
  5. Pengerusi Penang Development Corporation
  6. Pengerusi Penang Hill Corporation
  7. Pengerusi PBA Holdings Berhad
  8. Pengerusi Perbadanan Bekalan Air Pulau Pinang
  9. Pengerusi Penang Global Tourism
  10. Pengerusi BPO Premier Sdn Bhd
  11. Pengerusi Premier Horizon Ventures Sdn Bhd
  12. Pengerusi Penang Convention & Exhibition Bureau
  13. Pengerusi George Town World Heritage Inc.
  14. Pengerusi Lembaga Muzium Negeri Pulau Pinang
  15. Pengerusi Lembaga Invest-in Penang Berhad
  16. Pengerusi Penang Science Cluster
  17. Pengerusi Penang Stem Sdn Bhd
  18. Pengerusi Penang Future Foundation
  19. Pengerusi Lembaga Pengarah Penang Institute
  20. Pengerusi PYDC Strategies Sdn Bhd
  21. Pengerusi PDC Telecommunications Services Sdn Bhd
  22. Pengerusi Penang Tech Centre Berhad
  23. Pengerusi PGC Strategies Berhad
  24. Pengerusi Penang Chinese Temples Endowment Exco Committee
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How To Trust Tokong ?

Idealistic promise, bitter reality of Penang CMI

On April 20th 2009, Penang Chief Minister said that the Penang state government is proposing to set up an agency — the Chief Minister Incorporated (CMI) — which will give the state government more clout to protect and preserve the state’s heritage, in line with George Town’s inscription as a Unesco World Heritage site.

Lim Guan Eng said the main focus of CMI would be heritage.

However in May 2017,after being hammered for CMI selling RM156 million of state land in Peel Avenue without open tender at allegedly below market prices, LIm Guan Eng was accused of being the sole person in charge of approving this deal since he is Chief Minister and the sale was signed by Chief Minister Incorporated (CMI).

Guan Eng defended himself by saying that CMI) enables the Penang government to engage in commercial land transactions,

“The state can only grant TOL (temporary occupancy license) annually or lease the land for 99 years, seeking a full one-shot payment,” Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng said today.

“In the case of Island Hospital, they have not even secured the license from the Federal Government for its hospital project to pay the state the full RM156 million for the land.

“So, we dealt through the CMI.” said Lim Guan Eng.

So, looks like the real purpose of passing the CMI bill and setting-up CMI in 2009 was not heritage-related but to enable Penang Govt to engage in commercial sales of state land with flexible payment terms via direct negotiations.

Lim Guan Eng continued to deny it was a one-person decision and for the past few days had asked Gerakan to show proof.

So, today Gerakan showed proof by showing the Chief Minister Incorporated Enactment 2009 passed by the DAP Penang Govt in 2009 where Sections 3 and 4 grants the chief minister the sole authority to enter into contracts, acquire, hold or enjoy movable or immovable properties, sell, mortgage or dispose them.

Looks like Penang people got cheated in 2009 by an idealistic promise and then kena later on when the brutal reality is finally revealed.

Syabas Penang!

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