Loose Lips Sink Ships

LGE should learn to do this more often

There is a saying “loose lips sink ships”. Perhaps Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng should better start being acquainted with the phrase.

The idiom definition for the phrase says to have loose lips means to have a big mouth, susceptible to talking about everything and everyone.

Sinking ships refers to anything from small acquaintances to long and hearty relationships (with friends or a significant other). So when one says loose lips sink ships, one is basically saying if you can’t shut up, you are going to end hurting people, usually psychologically or emotionally.

And that was exactly what has happened when Guan Eng threatened to stop allocations for schools which subscribe to Utusan Malaysia and Berita Harian.

This is a serious remark, coming from the head of the state, and it is no joke or laughing matter to utter those words and then claim either you have been misquoted or that it was made in jest.

Guan Eng must remind himself that he is no longer the Opposition head when he makes remarks or comments on issues as he is now the Chief Minister.

After the March 2008 general election, he is still caught in a “transitional” problem of adjusting himself to be the administrator of a state and no longer a mere leader of a political party.

The DAP secretary-general was quoted by Sin Chew Daily as saying that schools in Penang should not continue subscribing the two Malay dailies, otherwise the state government would stop allocating funds to them.

He made the remark when speaking to 84 representatives from various schools.

He was quoted as saying “Schools must not subscribe to Utusan Malaysia. If they insist on doing so, there will be no allocation for you all next year.”

“I am serious. Do not subscribe to Utusan and Berita Harian,” he was quoted as saying.

It is very obvious that Guan Eng’s remarks tantamount to threatening the schools concerned.

The threats are uncalled for. It smacks of racism and high handedness. It is unbecoming as a Chief Minister to hurl threats to schools who subscribes to the two newspapers of their choice.

Just because he is the Chief Minister, he can’t go around imposing his likes and dislikes onto others.

Perhaps he should sponsor copies of other Malays newspapers he deemed fit rather than to threaten schools into submitting to his request.

If he has any issues with the two newspapers, he should fight his own battle, and not get schools involved. This is getting a bit way too far.

He should leave politics within the perimeters of the political front and not politicize issues and bringing it to the doorsteps of the education arena.

Politics should be set aside for the larger interest of education and it should not be allowed to fester within the educational premises.

Guan Eng’s threats run contrary to the freedom of speech as advocated by the Opposition.

In disbursing government allocation, Guan Eng should be sincere about it and not use it to force the political ideologies on schools.

It is worse still and unacceptable when he threatens schools into submitting to his wishes and fancies.

Disbursing of funds should be carried out in all sincerity without imposing conditions or using strong arm tactics.

Guan Eng, it is no joke or laughing matter when you open your mouth and say that you would stop allocation to schools.

Buck up and grow up.

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107 Responses to Loose Lips Sink Ships

  1. Aidil Yunus says:

    I give you guys five ringgit if you guys can guess correctly the top five unrelated issues DAPtroopers are going to say over and over in here to divert the issue above.

    • Anonymas says:

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      • anon says:

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        • Aspan says:

          Chua Soi Lek semasa berada di Johor Bahru semalam telah menzahirkan perasaan kecewa beliau kerana kaum Cina tidak menyokong MCA sedangkan MCA telah begitu banyak berjasa kepada bangsanya selama ini. Orang Cina katanya, memilih untuk memberikan pujian dan sokongan terhadap pembangkang yang kata beliau tidak ada jasa kepada negara selama ini.

          Bagi saya, Chua Soi Lek (CSL) begitu naïf pandangannya terhadap politik dan sejarah yang melatar belakangkan keadaan ini. Pada asasnya orang Cina memang sudah lama tidak menyokong PERIKATAN dan seterusnya selepas Perikatan di ambil alih oleh BN pada tahun 1974 dahulu. Orang Cina hanya memberikan sokongan terhadap parti kerajaan semasa pilihanraya 1955 sehingga PRU 1965 sahaja.

          Semasa hendak mencapai kemerdekaan dahulu parti Perikatan ditubuhkan yang terdiri dari Umno yang mewakili orang Melayu, MCA yang mewakili orang Cina dan MIC yang mewakili kaum India. Pergabungan ketiga-tiga parti inilah yang membawa kepada kemerdekaan yang dipimpin oleh Umno pada tahun 1957 dahulu.

          Dalam lain-lain perkataan, semua kaum telah berjasa untuk mendapatkan tarikh pengisytiharan Kemerdekaan itu, iaitu pada 31hb Ogos 1957 dahulu dan Perikatanlah yang telah menyudahkan kerja-kerja perjuang Kemerdekaan sebelum wujudnya Umno dahulu. Sebelum wujudnya Umno, gerakan untuk mencapai kemerdekaan telah bermula dan kita tidak boleh melupakan nama-nama seperti Pak Sako, Ahmad Boestamam dan lain-lain yang ramai itu.

          Mari kita pendekkan cerita. Daripada PRU yang pertama lagi MCA merupakan rakan kongsi Umno dan MIC yang telah bekerja keras untuk memberikan sokongan kepada Perikatan dan dalam PRU itu Perikatan telah memenangi 51 kerusi dari 52 yang dipertandingkan. Calon Perikatan tunggal yang kalah ialah Hj Sulaiman Palestin. MCA juga telah mendapat sokongan semua kaum Cina dan didalam pilihanraya 1959 dan 1965 kaum Cina masih memberikan sokongan kuat kepada Perikatan. Semasa itu kaum Cina lah yang telah memberikan sokongan kepada MCA sehinggakan Perikatan mendapat kerusi terbanyak di Parlimen.

          Parti-parti dalam Perikatan ini mempunyai keahlian yang berdasarkan kepada kaum. Matlamatnya ialah untuk Umno mendapatkan sokongan orang Melayu, MCA dari sokongan kaum Cina dan MIC untuk mendapatkan sokongan dari kaum India. Formula ini telah berjaya untuk mendapatkan kemenangan yang besar kepada Perikatan.

          Umno bertanding dikawsan-kawasan Melayu dan MCA bertanding dikawasan-kawasan bandar yang kebanyakkan pengundinya dari kaum Cina, MIC walaupun tidak ada tempat yang mempunyai pengundi kaum India terbesar tetapi telah diberikan beberapa kerusi yang bercampur-campur komposisi kaumnya. Itulah formula dan resipi kejayaan Perikatan semasa itu.

          Tetapi keadaan berubah dan pada PRU 1969 kaum Cina telah menarik sokongan dari MCA dan telah menjejaskan prestasi Perikatan dan dalam pilihanraya itu Perikatan terutamanya MCA telah kehilangan banyak kerusi dan kaum Cina telah mengalih sokongan mereka kepada parti yang baru iaitu parti Gerakan yang baru ditubuhkan oleh Syed Husin Al-Atas dan Gerakan telah mendapat kuasa untuk membentuk kerajaan Pulau Pinang.

          DAP telah mendapat beberapa kawasan ditengah-tengah bandar di Lembah Kelang dan Lembah Kinta. Kota Melaka telah dimenangi oleh DAP dengan calonnya Lim Kit Siang. PAS juga telah menambah beberapa kerusi termasuk kerusi Kota Setar di Kedah yang telah menewaskan Dr Mahathir Mohammad, calon Perikatan semasa itu.

          Selepas PRU inilah MCA tidak lagi mendapat sokongan sepenuhnya dari kaum Cina. Ini yang Chua Soi Lek mesti ingat supaya tidak mengumpat kaumnya dengan sewenang-wenangnya. Semasa itu Soi Lek belum pun wujud dalam politik MCA di mana-mana peringkat sekali pun.

          Hasil dari pertumpahan darah diantara kaum pada 13 Mai 1969, 3 hari selepas pilihanraya itu, negara telah mengisytiharkan penubuhan Majlis Tindakan Negara (MAGERAN) dan Parlimen telah digantung. Tun Abd Razak selaku Timbalam PM semasa itu, telah menjadi Pengarah MAGERAN yang diperuntukkan oleh Ordinan Dharurat. Kuasa sepenuhnya ada pada Tun Razak dan beliau mula melaksanakan tugas untuk menggubal daar-dasar baru dengan matlamat yang satu’ iaitu perpaduan nasional.

          Banyak dasar-dasar bary digubal untuk mencapai perpaduan nasional itu tetapi kita hanya sentuh tentang politik yang berkaitan rapat dengan matlamat perpaduan nasional tadi. Tu Razak telah memanggil kesemua parti politik untuk bergabung dibawah apa yang kita sekarang kenali sebagai Barisan Nasional (BN) Di semanjung parti Gerakan bersetuju untuk menyertai BN untuk bersama Umno, MCA, MIC supaya tidak banyak pertentangan di antara parti-parti dalam negara ini, kerana pertentangan parti itu bermakna pertentangan diantara kaum.

          Justru untuk menjaga representasi dalam kerajaan MCA terpaksa dibela oleh Umno (orang Melayu) dengan memberikan pemimpin-pemimpin tertinggi MCA turun bertanding dikawasan yang majoriti pengundinya orang Melayu. BN tidak mahu pemimpin-pemimpin utama MCA kecundang kerana kaum Cina mempunyai pilihan seperti DAP sebagai wadah perjuangan mereka.

          Itu sebabnya kita perhatikan Presiden MCA bertanding dikawasan Labis dan MIC bertanding dikawasan Segamat, Johor. Pemimpin-pemimpin besar MCA tidak bertanding dikawasan majoriti pengundi dari kaumnya sendiri. Oleh itu Soi Lek mesti faham yang MCA selama ini hanya boleh selamat dikawasan majoriti pengundinya dari kaum Melayu. Penolakan kaum Cina terhadap MCA memang sudah lama. Kalau tidak masakan pemimpin-pemimpin utama parti itu hanya bertanding dikawasan majoriti pengundi dari kaum Melayu.

          Rungutan Soi Lek itu agak tidak tepat. Beliau bersungut seolah-olah selama ini orang Cina memberikan sokongan padu kepada MCA sedangkan yang bersatu padu memberikan sokongan kepada MCA adalah kaum Melayu. Hanaya segelintiran kaum Cina yang menyokong parti itu selama ini bertindak menarik sokongan terhadap MCA sekarang ini.

          Apabila orang Melayu sudah ramai yang menolak UMNO maka MCA juga mendapat tempiasnya maka MCA pada hari ini hanya menunggu masa untuk pecah belah dan akan kecundang di dalam PRU yang akan datang ini. Tuduhan MCA yang ramai diantara calon-calonnya tewas dalam PRU yang lalu adalah oleh kerana Umno itu ada asasnya. Itulah sebabnya ada suara-suara dalam MCA sendiri mahukan MCA tidak lagi menjadi sebahagian dari BN.

          Yang MCA patut marahkan ialah Umno kerana jika Umno kecundang kali ini maka MCA akan terkubur dalam politik negara. Sekarang trend yang ada ialah rakyat berbilang kaum sekarang sudah letih dengan isu perkauman yang dimainkan oleh Umno dan juga MCA. Mereka tahu sentimen perkauman yang diperbesarkan oleh Umno atau MCA itu hanyalah sebagai taktik menakut-nakutkan orang Melayu dan Cina yang jika BN kalah maka akan timbul huru hara dan jelas isu itu tidak termakan oleh rakyat sekarang ini.

          Rakyat mahukan perpaduan diantara kaum, maka mana-mana pihak yang memainkan isu perkauman secara automatik ditolak oleh rakyat. Rakyat berbilang kaum tidak mahu lagi bergaduh diantara mereka semata-mata kerana di hangatkan oleh parti-parti dalam BN.

          Rakyat berbilang kaum kini mahu bersatu tetapi mereka mahu bersatu diluar BN. Itu pun sebabnya parti-parti dalam PR mendapat sokongan kerana ‘attribute’nya sebagai parti-parti berbilang kaum.

          CSL patut memahami yang orang Cina bukannya tidak sayang kepada MCA tetapi mereka lebih sayangkan perpaduan yang hanya boleh dirasai diluar BN. Selagi mereka menyokong BN selagi itulah lagu-lagu lama yang bersifat rasis itu berkumandang dimainkan oleh Umno dan MCA. Itu sebabnya orang Cina memberikan sokongan padu kepada DAP kerana sifat DAP sebagai parti berbilang kaum.

          Orang Cina telah mengambil keputusan untuk menyokong pihak yang tidak memainkan isu perkauman dan agama lagi. CSL sepatutnya melakukan introspeksi dirinya sendiri dan cari jalan untuk membetulkannya walaupu kita tahu jawapannya yang sebenarnya; MCA seperti Umno tidak mungkin berubah.

          Nampaknya biarlah rakyat yang melakukan perubahan tu.

          • ray says:

            “Itu pun sebabnya parti-parti dalam PR mendapat sokongan kerana ‘attribute’nya sebagai parti-parti berbilang kaum.”

            Ini adalah satu penipuan besar ataupun hayalan disiang hari.

            DAP bersifat perkauman cina, PAS bersifat negara Islam/Hudud dan PKR bersifat keluarga anugerah tuhan mengamuk sebab dipecat.

            Mana ada sifat berbilang kaum, malah manifesto berlainan ini bercanggah di antara satu dengan yang lain.

            Yang menyatukan ketiga tiga parti ini adalah hasrat dengki dan iri hati mereka pada UMNO/BN.

          • andi says:

            aidil i got 1 here for you, will find other 4, man this is easy just read the comment and you find it already…so predictable this pakatan haram

    • cikgu says:

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      altantuya
      sharizat
      mahathir
      kerry

      • agung says:

        how about if the site owner permanently accumulate a list on this site on their issues regularly nagged on? ie broken record/true lies list.

        And do a contrasting list of what they have done internationally and locally for rakyat(in error or otherwise-like collection of sampah, underhand change of councillors, rising vice, water issue blackmail,developer,talk bad of own country while at foreign land and others debacle) and/or not done(as promised).
        …..and pair up with what BN has done in recent time and over the 50+ years in charge(both internationally and locally) for rakyat and our children in the future.

        Believe that this list will spur up the objectively and rationality in all of us.

        • anung says:

          correction: the nick should be as anung and not as agung -
          typo error.

        • Bicara Kampus says:

          The progressive forces, whether in Pakatan or in the NGOs at large, have not really had a chance to undo 30 years of poisons inserted into the body politic by the fascist wing of UMNO as epitomised by the devil incarnate, one Mahashitto. And as symbolised by that hate organisation that he encouraged, the Biro Tata Negara. The destiny of this land will always be determined by the Malays. That is fine, as long as the non-Malays are prescient enough to encourage and lend support to all Malaysians to forster an inclusive and progressive society. The current democratic Indonesian situation, whilst not perfect, is indicative that Malaysia too can be progressive despite the racists.

          • andi says:

            dear bicara kampus

            I would like to remind you that within 30 years anwar ibrahim was in that UMNO and what he do to reinforce what ever he said today????

            Please stop blaming other for non matured minded like you, as if a few camping of biro tata negara will brainwash all the rakyat like what pakatan haram do every weekend ceramah menghasut, memaki, memfitnah.

            by the way no thanks to you pakatan haram now days transparency and integrity means the opposite when it used by you guys pakatan haram

          • anung says:

            So long as one does not behave like kacang lupakan kulit, and simply call people by funny and undeserving names without any logical rationale nor any sensibility all just for the sake of gaining power, Malaysia will be peaceful and prosperous.

            Jom kita kerja kuat untuk majukan diri sendiri dan bangsa. Lihat dan kaji sendiri. Jangan termakan racun dan disuap fitnah orang orang tertentu yang hanya bekerja overtime siarkan fitnah (supaya kejahatannya dilupakan) hendakkan takhta politik dan bukan untuk memperjuangkan kepentingan rakyat.

      • Hussin Rahman says:

        fuck you, as if the pakatan leaders are without sins and faults. the pakatan leaders and followers are worse than pigs.

      • Hussin Rahman says:

        fuck you…arse hole!

    • Kill Toyol says:

      Momok
      Jangan Pandang Belakang
      Khurafuck
      Zombi Kampung Pisang
      Pontianak Harum Sundal Malam

      - semuanya tak dasyak dari umno!

      • andi says:

        that’s rite everything from umno, then when insaf go to pas, masuk syurga, blame everything to umno YEAH takbir takbir
        AGAMA MANA KO BELAJAR PUN AKU TAK TAU KEJA NAK MENYALAHKAN ORANG LAIN SAHAJA

    • Anonymous says:

      If you are not happy, go syiok sendiri with your proton preve.

  2. Aidil Yunus says:

    By the way it is small amount of reward because even ten years old kids can give a good guess hahaha….

    • Anonymas says:

      Heh, you don’t have to. Seeing them chimping around in the comment section is a reward in its own right

      • anon says:

        good idea by the way…
        Like a broken record…..
        .
        .
        add:FGVH

      • safiyya says:

        A Painful Joke
        BN GOVT IS LIKE A CONDOM

        THE BN GOVERNMENT’S NEW SYMBOL IS THAT OF A CONDOM, because it more accurately reflects the government’s political stance….

        A condom allows for inflation, halts production, destroys the next generation, protects a bunch of dicks, and gives you a sense of security while you’re actually being screwed!

        Damn, it just doesn’t get more accurate than that!

        • ray says:

          Studies into the effectiveness of condoms have shown that if a latex condom is used correctly every time you have sex, this is highly effective in providing protection against HIV.

          In addition, correct and consistent use of latex condoms can reduce the risk of other STDs, including chlamydia, genital herpes, gonorrhea and syphilis, including unwanted pregnancy.

          http://www.avert.org/condoms.htm

          P.S. Therefore UMNO is protection against social diseases such as DAP, PAS and PKR. India and China also manufacture these products.

        • andi says:

          well thanks to ray for answering this, i just would like add in, at least we are trying to preventing all negative aspects that going to destroy our nation not like some one we know talk about building up the nation, but the next thing fly oversea condemn every single thing about malaysia, and then proud to be called malaysia. my middle finger to you traitor

          • anon says:

            agreed, andi

            likewise, when anything Malaysian is launched, they first they do is condemn and find fault.

            The first they did was to switch the state official car to something else from proton.

            born here, live here, breed here, sleep here, eat here. Hence the heart and pride should be here (not flying overseas 20 hours a day /5 days a week doing what one would wonder).

  3. Well 7 says:

    LG Eng is a totally different person from what he was before 2008. He knows that the majority of Penangites supported him for his “heroism” in fighting the Federal govt and of course for making issues and turning them against the BN govt. He has become the untouchable and thus become so cocky. He now behaves like a godfather where he can condemn others but not the other way round. He is suffering from ASS i.e. ATTENTION SEEKING SYNDROME, always asking for press release for little things. His famous CATs call is now replaced with GAG orders so as to stop people from knowing the truth and for DAP members to shut up or be kicked out. That’s what competency, accountability and transparency is all about, LG Eng’s bluff.

  4. Anonymas says:

    Stupid, he probly havent read Utusan before. The political and pro-malay content is just 10% roughly, like on the 4th to 5th page. The other content are religious articles, educational pullouts (which are useful), opinions, entertainment news (Gossip sections!) and soccer news

    • HM, syd says:

      To be able to read Utusan Malaysia or Berita Harian, one has to have the command of Bahasa Malaysia – an ability which LGE does not hold. If Malaysia were to adopt the same requirement per US, UK or Australia in having to master the language of the land prior to obtaining citizenships, LGE will still be holding his application form..:-)

      HM, syd

      • belang says:

        Cant agree more on this with you…

        • anon says:

          Scary to imagine, with the current mushrooming of chinese schools, strengthened by their bold kind in using politics as a stepping stone towards an obvious aim, come 10-30 years later, the malay language authority may be undermined and replaced , racial cooperation and rojak culture uniqueness of our beloved country may be the thing of the past and racial divide may occur, all because of the greediness of their forefathers in power struggle for a selected few by all means necessary instead of using a win-win approach for all.

          • andi says:

            aihhhhh wonder where is samad said stand in this issue though, last time i check he was so strongly unsupport this ppsmi, wonder what will he said to this LGE now.

      • Ali Din says:

        Cuma orang yang main batu api minat baca utusan!

    • Ccscsc says:

      This is funny. Really funny.

  5. afiq says:

    True, probably the best DAP has to offer as a leader and no surprises but a complete ASSHOLE.

    WORLD!!! please look at the most racist leader Malaysia has ever seen ( and plenty more in the making by DAP)

    • Hussin Rahman says:

      This is the racist leader whom the PAS leaders and supporters look up to. They must be the dumbest Malaysians for not seeing what LGE truly is….a racist mad for power.

    • belang says:

      Well what can you say, he is the CM beloved by most chinese and hated by all malays ( I mean real malay, because pas has this symptom of identity crisis). His own statue of Guan Beng should be built by penangite and place it side by side the Kuan Yin at Air Itam so that DAP cybertroopers can pay homage and burn stick for him.

    • Utusan Benar says:

      If truth be told, UMNO is not earnestly defending or promoting Islam as the footing to build a strong Malay race and a just multi-racial Malaysia. The Malays today perceive UMNO synonymous to a corrupt political party. And the nonchalant attitude of UMNO-led government thus far on all forms of bribery and corruption in the country has eroded Malay support for UMNO.

      The Malays today are well-informed and they are mindful that bribery and unbridled corruption at all levels – within UMNO, the administration and the social and economic sectors – has been going on for too long and the momentum started to worsen from the early eighties onwards.

      This awful culture has now become a way of politics and governance by UMNO despite owning to the Malays all along the fact that they are the “defenders” of Islam. And some bigots among them even go to the extent of preaching to the rural Malays that the non-Muslims are a “threat” to Islam.

      But the Malays in general are aware that this scheme is only imaginary in nature – intentionally created by UMNO to deceive the rural Malays for votes.

      Many references to corruption

      The Malays are more apprehensive that bribery and corruption contradict the precepts of the very religion UMNO claim to defend. In fact, the Scriptures of major religions overtly denounce the act of bribery and corruption.

      The Quran says: “And O my people! Give full measure and weight in justice and reduce not the things that are due to the people, and do not commit mischief in the land, causing corruption. (11:85)

      It is not only the Quran which deals with corruption amongst many other social, political, economic and religious aspects of human behaviour and conduct. The Bible too has many references to corruption, and among them it says:

      “Being slaves of corruption they will not even call their corrupt ideas, habits and actions as evil and will finally perish in their own corruption, depravity and bondage (2.Peter 2-19)

      Rig-Veda (1-104-3) refers to corruption as “misappropriation of public funds, taking bribe for money belonging to the state and trusts and when the individual’s action results in the reduction of state revenue or the revenue of the institution where he or she is a trustee.”

      Indubitably, Islam – the religion Malays profess – promotes high morality and denounces bribery and corruption for the benefit of humankind. Furthermore, Islamic teachings oblige all Muslims to enjoin justice and good deeds, and to oppose bribery, corruption and abuse of power. Islam in essence advocates social justice to all and sundry and abhor individuals that when given the role to govern abuse their rights at the expense of the wellbeing of the masses.

      Using Islam merely to achieve their political goals

      UMNO would not stop chanting to the poor Malays that they are the only “shield” that could defend Islam in this country when in reality they are embroiled in corruption – a debauchery that is evidently espoused in the Quran. The Malays seldom hear religious figures under UMNO’s payroll talk on bribery and corruption or give constructive counselling to UMNO leaders and cronies who are involved in this scourge. They are more programmed to sing praises for UMNO even when their conscience tells them that it is irreligious to remain silent in the face of immorality.

      UMNO and its supporters cannot claim to be the defender of Islam if bribery and corruption is overlooked but becomes an integral part its political system. UMNO is perceptibly using Islam to achieve their political goals. They have failed to rein in corruption and mere rhetoric on Islam is only to lull the less educated and poor Malays and make them loyal to them. This is feudalism working at its best.

      However, the majority educated and truly religious Malays are cognisant of the fact that in the absence of awareness of the Creator and moral values, it will be a liability to the nation and its people in the long run. They are concerned that bribery and corruption if not cramped will destroy a nation and make it go insolvent.

      A mere lip service

      As Malaysia has already been declared as an “Islamic state” by UMNO, rightfully they should be seen as the advocate of Islamic ideals by becoming an exemplary model to the society. Unfortunately, it has not. PAS or Opposition bashing for UMNO’s own weaknesses and shortcomings is not the approach to prove that they are more Islamic than the other Malay-dominated political parties in the country. The Malays can always be represented by PAS or PKR in the absence of UMNO.

      When UMNO has all the political clout to be more Islamic by virtue of them having power in governance of the country, they are not seriously into it for some self-serving reasons. UMNO has been known for its rhetoric on Islam – a mere a lip service to dupe and win over Malay votes. The truth is UMNO has been indifferent to venality causing corruption to creep into all levels of the society for the past 55 years.

      Malaysia under UMNO has been perceived as corrupt to a serious level. UMNO has been perceived as a political entity that is not seriously engaged in fighting against corruption. Rampant bribery and corruption under UMNO has resulted in the country’s lower economic growth and increase in government borrowing internally and externally. This scary phenomenon has deterred investment in the country as businessmen consider corruption in the form of bribes as an additional tax – an extra burden on them.

      The country’s fiscal debt

      Malaysia’s ranking on Transparency International’s Corruption Perception Index (CPI) recently dashed to the 60th position, with a poor score of 4.3 in 2011. Besides fiscal debts of RM456.1 billion, the country has been lumbered with RM116.76 billion in contingent liability, spread between loans guaranteed as public debt at RM109.14 billion and off-shore loans at RM7.62 billion.

      The country’s fiscal debt was RM146 billion in 2002, RM242 billion in 2006 and now RM456.1 billion at the end of 2011. This is an increase of almost 100 percent within the last five years. The loans taken by statutory bodies and corporatised entities rose to RM116.76 billion in 2011 from RM84.3 billion in 2009. These loans will have to be repaid with public funds should the borrowers default. In the event the RM116.76 billion could not be paid by statutory and corporatised bodies, the Federal government will be further saddled with debt.

      The RM976.7 million public fund given to concessionaire Maju Holdings in the controversial sale of Kuala Lumpur-Putrajaya Highway (MEX) to EP Manufacturing Berhad has not been recovered. The write-off of RM589 million owed by former MAS chairman Tajudin Ramli to Danaharta despite being ordered to pay by the High Court in 2009 is another case in point. All these have incurred the wrath of the people.

      Petronas had allocated RM431 billion to the government since its inception in 1974 – RM236 billion from the amount was given to the government between 2006 and 2009, during the premiership of Abdullah Ahmad Badawi. The government has failed to use the funds to generate new sources of income. No one knows, except for a few UMNO leaders, where all the money has gone to.

      A RM12 billion dent

      UMNO gave the nation a RM12 billion dent thanks to the corrupt and conspiratorial ways of its politicians who ran the Port Klang Free Zone (PKFZ). The National Feedlot Corporation (NFC) is hit by scandals and another RM250million will be put to waste. Lack of integrity among UMNO politicians have caused the country billions of ringgit – from bribery, dishonesty, cronyism, incompetence, lack of transparency, corruption, bailouts, non-performing loans, over spending of taxpayer’s hard-earned money and to the raping and tearing of the forests for timber by those politically connected.

      In the past 10 years, Malaysia has lost a shocking RM1.08 trillion (US$338 billion) in illicit outflows – the fourth highest in the developing world. If this illicit outflow of money were an indication of the scale of corruption then Malaysia must have the most corrupt set of leaders in Southeast Asia, who are also the 4th most corrupt in the world – “stockpiling” what they have pillaged overseas.

      The Global Financial Integrity (GFI) reported in January that RM930 billion flowed out of Malaysia from 2000 to 2008, growing to RM218 billion per year from an initial RM71 billion in that period. Malaysia lost RM150 billion in illicit outflows in 2009.

      UMNO prefers to remain silent on all these issues for fear that they will lose power if all those scoundrels and miscreants involved are hunted down and hauled to court. With UMNO’s indifference in attitude, corruption has hit every sphere of Malaysian life and in the equation here corruption is affecting the poor Malaysians most.

      Majority suffer in poverty

      When many efficient governments in developed and developing countries are seriously engaged in wars against corruption UMNO is dragging its feet to do the same. Corruption has caused illegal gains of wealth at the expense of the nation and its people. It has made a few become rich and the silent majority suffer in poverty.

      Widespread corruption under UMNO has adversely affected the Malaysian economy in many ways. It has reduced government revenues that can be used for better use for infrastructure development. It has also increased poverty in the country and left the poor with less government expenditure on public goods and higher tax burden.

      Thus, Islam to UMNO has only become a convenient vehicle to delude the poor Malays into supporting them in elections. The gist of Islam has never been part of UMNO’s psyche, only the form of Islam is exploited for political gains. In other words, UMNO has not adopted Islam as the way of governance to check on bribery and corruption that is affecting the poor.

      With bribery and corruption rearing its hideous head, UMNO has been unmindful of the need to emphasise on accountability to ensure fairness, honesty, equity, justice and efficiency in governance. Accountability is another fundamental value in Islamic teachings. And this value is so universal in nature that the menace of bribery and corruption can be accordingly cramped if it is sincerely subscribed to by Muslims and non-Muslims in the country.

      UMNO has failed to make the poor Malays understand this point: In Islam, there is no immunity against evil deeds, that all forms of injustice are against the religion and there must be complete accountability in governance. Unfortunately, UMNO’s approach to politics is stale and fossilised. For this reason, the party that takes over UMNO would have to promote a much more congenial environment to discard cronyism and monopoly, promote a healthy competition, simplify policymaking and the delivery system and increase the people’s awareness on the needs for competence, accountability and transparency (CAT) in governance in order to stamp out bribery and corruption.

      UMNO is spreading a materialistic spirit

      UMNO is actually spreading a materialistic spirit that keeps on breeding corruption and this has damaged the ingenious and healthy entrepreneurial spirit of the Malays. More’s the pity, under UMNO the economies are oftentimes tainted by political manipulation.

      It is true that Islam encourages private enterprise, but Islam at the same time emphasises a leading and effective public sector that is free of bribery and corrupt practices. Islam is for good and effective governance, which protects the weak and controls the strong. Without a trustworthy public sector and dependable politicians the weak are left prey to the whims of the profit-oriented entrepreneurs.

      Islam seeks social justice for all – Muslims and non-Muslims. Why must UMNO make the Malays fear PAS then? PAS brand of Islam is not alike those practised in the wild terrains of some backward Muslim countries. Unfortunately, Islamic values are not even appreciated by UMNO. For instance, the country has a surplus of zakat money but the money is kept within the wealthy organisations and not carried to the underprivileged and the needy. As a consequence, the majority of Malays have remained poor at the expense of the rich for the past almost six decades.

      Rational religious leaders in UMNO are supposed to address social problems and raise their voices against injustice, the corrupt government and red-tape practices but, regrettably, they prefer to remain silent and not to engage in these “sensitive” elements for fear that they will be reproached.

      Divergent to Islamic edicts and precepts, UMNO just cannot accept plurality in politics; agree to take a two-party system, practice free and honest elections, build an independent judiciary system, anti-corruption body and the Police. UMNO has failed to open the door for free press, fair media coverage and dissemination of information and transparency in their delivery system.

      UMNO has failed the poor Malays

      Bribery and corruption in the country has led to lower economic growth. A few corrupt leaders and their cronies in the present generation are going to enjoy more than needed, while future generations will be left with nothing.

      Islam to UMNO, for that matter, is only a gizmo to lull the poor Malays that all is honky dory with the government. UMNO does not seem to subscribe to the basis of Islamic value in assuring accountability of those cronies given huge government projects, fighting corruption and financial leakages. UMNO does not seem to have the moral courage to make use of their political power to rein in all the corrupt individuals. UMNO has also failed to inculcate in its governance the elements of honesty and integrity. UMNO seems not to know that Islam is totally repugnant to bribery and corruption. UMNO has thus failed to take a spiritual approach to stop the blight that is destroying the country.

      What more, UMNO has speciously, or to all appearances, claimed to the poor Malays that they are the saviour of Islam. If truth be told, UMNO has failed the poor Malays.

      • ray says:

        Wow, what a nic “Utusan Benar”. It should have been “Ugutan Besar”.

        So this is the TEMPLATE for brainwashing the Malay Muslims in Malaysia to reject UMNO.

        Much effort has been extended to quote the Quran, the morality issues and the guilt trips.

        What is missing is the BLACK SONGKOK to be worn by Lim Guan Eng as he goes around the kampung as he dispense the Salaam loudly for all to be “impressed”.

        P.S. This is year 2012, not the fifties.

      • ray says:

        Quote: “It has made a few become rich and the silent majority suffer in poverty.”

        Yup righto, the few chinese become billionaires while the majority bumiputeras, not filthy rich, are resented for the NEP proactive policies.

      • anon says:

        How about tailorgate or selling land cheaply
        Can the above be benar?

      • andi says:

        well well i wonder if this can be said to the kelantan government i mean there already ruling 25 years that country i dint see any improvement i guess it true that most of the leader quote utusan benar

        “The Malays today are well-informed and they are mindful that bribery and unbridled corruption at all levels – within UMNO, the administration and the social and economic sectors – has been going on for too long and the momentum started to worsen from the early eighties onwards.”

        if this can be said to umno why not kelantan???quoting “The Quran says: “And O my people! Give full measure and weight in justice and reduce not the things that are due to the people, and do not commit mischief in the land, causing corruption. (11:85)”

        FYI this verse is not only for umno, it is also for other muslim that goes for pkr and pas, proof to rakyat that the pakatan leader is honest and true to the rakyat..i dare utusan benar

        oh cammon u must be joking umno “Using Islam merely to achieve their political goals” last i checked it was the DAP that goes to surau2 to give ceramah even though they dont have right to stand there in the mimbar act like imam to give ceramah and for 25 years pas has been lying about islam state suddenly change to negara kebajikan oh please lah utusan benar why the spin here ?????

        for you comment “A mere lip service” show us that buku jingga is being implement at all 4 state pakatan haram govern….walk the talk please….

        wow “The country’s fiscal debt”
        The RM976.7 million public fund given to concessionaire Maju Holdings in the controversial sale of Kuala Lumpur-Putrajaya Highway (MEX) to EP Manufacturing Berhad has not been recovered. The write-off of RM589 million owed by former MAS chairman Tajudin Ramli to Danaharta despite being ordered to pay by the High Court in 2009 is another case in point. All these have incurred the wrath of the people.

        Petronas had allocated RM431 billion to the government since its inception in 1974 – RM236 billion from the amount was given to the government between 2006 and 2009, during the premiership of Abdullah Ahmad Badawi. The government has failed to use the funds to generate new sources of income. No one knows, except for a few UMNO leaders, where all the money has gone to.

        you are so left behind lah tuan/puan, we malaysia have settled our debt with world bank tau. You pakatan haram have the guts to declare where you get you fund or not??again walk the talk lah bro…

        i just dont undertand how blind you can be “Majority suffer in poverty” show me 1 state under BN that live and rank as the same as KELANTAN..and please stop bad mouth islam in you comment.

        UMNO is spreading a materialistic spirit
        “Islam seeks social justice for all – Muslims and non-Muslims. Why must UMNO make the Malays fear PAS then? PAS brand of Islam is not alike ”

        show me 1 verse in quran that give you the right to make ceramah and menghina memfitnah orang lain tanpa bukti, give me 1 verse of quran saying that it is ok to lie for politic reason and it is ok not to ask forginess after you make the wrong the aqusation, give me 1 verse of alquran saying when you are wearing turban means you have the right to make any claim/fatwa as long you see it is fit to you..

        “UMNO has failed the poor Malays” how about you change it to “pakatan haram has failed to manifest all their promise to malays”

  6. Hussin Rahman says:

    LGE is a man with loose screws in his head. Does he own the schools?

    • Le Lutte Finale says:

      When people complain about high housing costs and lack of affordable housing in Penang the standard reply is that Pakatan is not in charge of the federal government, so state government’s hands are tied but in this case can threaten schools.

      DAP is becoming an “MCA Baru” by pandering to the property developer capitalists, rather than to the people and ignoring environmental and ecological concerns.

      The positive thing to do is not to pull allocations from schools which subscribe to Utusan & Berita Harian but to include BM version of Rocket in the subscriptions list. How about that MCA Baru?

    • Sufiah UK says:

      Malaysians have high expectations of Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak announcing the long-awaited minimum monthly wage of RM 1,100 (inclusive of allowances) on May Day. Even though the Prime Minister was forced to do so to counter Pakatan Rakyat’s demands to face the coming general elections, DAP would welcome any announcement by the Prime Minister of RM 1,100 monthly minimum wage, inclusive of allowances.

      However the minimum wage alone will not bring about a higher standard of living nor economic growth but may instead bring about inflation. To bring about economic prosperity and a higher standard of living requires a RM 1,100 minimum wage to be accompanied by the 3 measures of accelerated structural reforms in our economy, create more higher productivity jobs, and increasing women participation in the workforce.

      Malaysian is in sore need of structural economic reforms to make our us more competitive, transparent, efficient as well as reduce leakages caused by wastage and corruption. Structural economic reforms such as open competitive tenders, full disclosure of contracts and personal assets of Ministers as well as a performance-based delivery system must carried out.

      Creating more higher productivity jobs depends on how excellent our education system and its ability to build more human talents. The denial syndrome by Education Minister Tan Sri Muhyidin Yassin that Malaysian education system is in crisis is only surpassed by his false sense of hubris that our education system is superior to Germany, United Kingdom and United States. Unless we can inject merit and performance back into our education system, Malaysia risks being left behind by neighbouring countries such as Thailand, Indonesia and Vietnam.

      Increasing women participation in the work force may be facilitated by a minimum wage. However, expanding and deepening women’s participation to higher levels of expertise can only be achieved when there is no gender discrimination in salaries and promotion opportunities.

      Malaysians hope that the Prime Minister will not disappoint them and take the first step of announcing the minimum wage on 1 May 2012 before undertaking the 3 above measures.

  7. ray says:

    Surely he can be charged for making that threat. What’s more, any print that is in Bahasa Malaysia is constitutionally and legally viable.

    Only one other linguistic medium, English should be allowed for international communication.

  8. Korean Fan says:

    I believe the issue is not just as simple as racism. It can be translated into a form of threat, blackmail and abuse of power. Someone in the public service using his authority to allocate funding as a threat to dictate what the school (a public entity) can do or cannot according to his own political or personal vendetta. This is utterly an abuse of power. Imagine if the police says if you buy Harakah, I will not respond to your call if you have emergency, or a doctor in public hospital says I will not treat you if you buy Utusan.

    I suggest Utusan and BH to take legal action against this LGE for abusing his power.

  9. chewal says:

    Lim Guan Eng is the father of hypocrisy.

  10. Wat Saman says:

    The Umno agenda seems to be pulling the Nation into a “them and us” situation with all the divisive elements Jati and Perkasa, fully state funded on an march to be exclusive Malay/ Muslim dominated society. The world is marching full steam ahead of us and we cannot live so isolated without a reality check. We cannot live beyond our means and continue to be debt-ridden to the point of bankruptcy just to facilitate the political corruption of Najib/Umno and their cronies handing out hugely unrealistic contracts. There may be some differences amongst us but the central theme has to be to get the Nation back on track. Only PR can even attempt to do this and the coalition should include all well intentioned organisations including NGO’s, political parties and individuals.

    • anon says:

      Hi wat saman
      there you go.
      the opposition songs

      song 1: division tactic by UMNO.
      Actually who are the one who actually sings such songs since a very long time ago.
      Who are the ones whom insists on separating the young pupils of different races and devoiding them of knowing each other’s cultures and friendship. You have to bend bamboo since young, you know. When old they will not mix freely anymore. Hence long term everybody loses.
      And also who just enjoys boiling up issues, no matter how not relevant.

      song2 : Only PR can steer better
      BN has 50+ years good track record. We are we now? How affluent have we become? People in Klang Valley can afford to have 1am costly supper almost every weekend. Recall in 1998 we almost crashed if not for our BN leaders. Our country is respectable now among Asians.

      Try examining the condition of states won by the opposition. What has happened or where are they heading. Who are they fighting for?Rakyat or their own interest. Rakyat needs water and playground/field amenities but see how they play the water issue in Selangor risking statewide shortage and note also how rampant commercialisation is on track as though there is no tomorrow.

      Track record counts.
      Do we want to gamble away everything just for a few rhetorics from a smooth talker.

    • Mohd Husni Hussain says:

      DAP sokong sekolah cina. Itu separating bebudak ikut kaum, them and us. Bodoh kau mat saman tak makan saman.

    • andi says:

      thats right SOKONG SEKOLAH 1MALAYSIA i dare you wat saman, how do you aspect pr can get the nation back on track, while they cannot manage sampah for the whole selangor, pakatan coalition dont even slightest effort to register their coalition, reject 1 or 2 time then give reason conspiracy by bn..the best thing they can make up.

  11. Ku Percaya says:

    Tarikh: 17.04.2012
    Waktu: 8pm
    Tempat: KL Selangor Chinese Assembly Hall
    Malam Pelancaran Lagu Tema PRU-13 DAP

    Jom ramai-ramai pergi support!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MrJA0KDVf_A

    • ray says:

      Hey, was this the song earlier reserved for Siti Nurhaliza? If she had performed, there would definitely be more impact. At least her performance would be more interesting than just a pack of uniformed supporters waving flags.

  12. Adnan UiTM says:

    Hanya kerajaan zalim enggan menerima pandangan dan tuntutan mahasiswa termasuk memansuh Perbadanan Tabung Pendidikan Tinggi Nasional (PTPTN) dan pendidikan percuma hingga memaksa mereka turun ke jalan raya. Mahasiswa terpaksa turun ke jalan raya bagi menyuarakan tuntutan ekoran keengganan Datuk Seri Najib Razak menerima pandangan mereka. Kalau untuk kroni, pentadbiran Umno BN sanggup berhabis berbilion ringgit sedangkan nikmatnya hanya dirasai segelintir individu berkepentingan. Tiada alasan untuk tidak memberi dana khas untuk pendidikan percuma.

    • mashita says:

      They are standing up and voicing what they felt is wrong and bad policies by BN and BN should sit down and discuss with them rather them just say they are stupid and BN is clever, right? Where is the way of BN that they preach long long time ago?

      All study and no play only make a dumb student. BN has creat two generation of students using unconstitutional law to look inward and selfish in their outlook in life.

    • Korean Fan says:

      Hanya kerajaan yang bodoh aje yang akan mendengar tuntutan tidak munasabah yang diperalatkan oleh orang politik. Apa kata lepas ni mahasiswa tu minta kerajaan hapuskan system CGPA supaya semua mahasiswa dapat kelas 1. Alasannya ialah kalau kita bahagikan pelajar kepada kelas nanti yang dapat kelas rendah tu tak dapat kerja.

      Lepas tu apa pulak, semua rakyat minta kerajaan bagi 2000 sebulan secara percuma. Kalau kerajaan tak dengar, maka mereka turun ke jalan dan anggap kerajaan zalim.

      Kalau tengok muka-muka yang berdemo tu, balik-balik geng geng Adam Adli jugak. Kalau dah diri tu rela dijadikan alat pembangkang, maka jangan salahkan orang bila kerajaan tak nak dengar.

      Akhir sekali, hanya mahasiswa yang bodoh aje yang sibuk berpolitik sewaktu belajar dan yang pandai tu rajin-rajin belajar.

    • ZooL says:

      woi adnan, ipta kat m’sia ni mak pak hang yang punya ka? semua nak free. semua nak spoon-fed. buat malu melayu. yang tuntut nak free semua melayu. dulu marah kat mahathir sebab bagi tongkat kat melayu, sekarang dok melalak mintak tilam bantai free. Muka free muka keji!

      kerajaan dah bagi subsidi untuk pendidikan tinggi pun dah kira bagus. Ni la bangsa tak reti bersyukur.

    • Mohd Husni Hussain says:

      Denan, sebab ada ptptn la budak melayu dapat masuk universiti. Bukan mcm abang-abang aku dulu, tak masuk U sbb bapak aku takda duit kerja buruh kasar kau tau. Now anak anak sedaravaku ramai dpt buat matriks, masuk U sbb ada ptptn. Aku galakkan depa belajar dan bayar balik bila dah kerje supaya esok lusa cucu-cucu kami dapat teruskan usaha menngkatkan taraf hidup keluarga

    • Retro Blue says:

      Do you remember the student riot in London in Dec 2010?. They were opposing fee increase for tertiary education. 15,000 pound for a 3 year course. That is cheap comparing to the fee in America, US$50,000 for a 3 year course. In New Zealand, NZ$15,000 for a 3 year Bachelor of Teaching. According to Wikipedia, in Australia some domestic students in full fee courses can obtain a FEE-HELP loan from the Government up to a lifetime limit of AU$112,134 for medicine, dentistry and veterinary science programs and AU$89,706 for all other programs.
      Nothing is free nowadays. We live in a user pay world. Study hard, finish your education and don’t waste your time on street demonstration. Be thankful for the help that you have been given.

  13. HBK says:

    Malaysia memang boleh.!
    Adakah anda pernah dengar perniagaan minyak sawit membawa kerugian.?
    Felda adalah perniagaan terbesar pengeluar minyak sawit di Malaysia, kini ia bukan shj menghadapai kerugian, dimana ia masih berhutang RM4.5 billion dan masih tak mampu bayar hutangnya..

    • HBK Bodoh says:

      Siapa kata rugi? Fakta mana? Laporan mana? Buktikan beb, buktikan…. Kala tadak, lu duduk diam ambik gaji gomen senyap-senyap

      • anon says:

        baby baby baby

        does anybody here knows that felda settlers who are not under 3 year replanting scheme(and drawing monthly loan of RM1k plus for living sustenance minus rental as house is theirs) currently earns around RM5-8k per month from harvesting proceeds.

        Life is good for them. Felda arranges for the harvesting. They the old timers just sit at home and get the monthly bounty.
        Children can opt to work or also sit at home. Aware of the social risks, the govt is focusing on developing them 2nd generation by giving them education, rakan muda, facilities to fill their time productively.

        One does not have to be clever or check their books to know that if Felda can very much afford to pamper the settlers, they ain’t running any losses.

        Sometimes, I do envy the settlers.
        But their early times were tough. No electricity, no road. One has to just try to erect a long oil palm harvesting pole or better still push/roll/carry a ripe fresh fruit bunch to know how much labor they went through.

        This is typical of the oppositeion.
        They just want to racun everything with lies, half lies or true lies. Because they want to benefit from rakyat’s suffering or perceived sufferings and find/cook any issues related herewith. What they should do as a real opposition is to offer/provide better.
        But have we seen any such betterment in the states won?

        Hmm.

      • Zed Zaidi says:

        Tanyalah Aaron Aziz yang bijak itu.

  14. ED says:

    I think rather than a loose lip, LGE has got a shrewd mind.
    Remember when he made some negative comments about Johor and the Ruler of Johor had to intervene? Well even a Standard 3 boy knows how big of an issue it was to be. But then, faster than Superman, came another issue that changed people’s anger towards LGE to sympathy. Yes, people were actually sympathizing when LGE’s sin, ooops.. son was actually implicated in some kinda sexual case with a student from a foreign country. UMNO is said to be behind this. Our ‘Singh Is King’ Karpal was so angry on how LGE’s son has been implicated by UMNO. The community was having pity for LGE and his family for the blow that befallen them.. oowww….
    But i think, and this is my personal opinion, and the magic word here is DIVERSION. Diverting the people’s attention from the issue with people and Ruler of Johor away from LGE, and at the same time gaining some sympathy from the rakyat.

    • anung says:

      Think you are right ED. You are right

      They are masters of sandiwara and wayang kulit.

      This is just like throwing kacang for the innocent birds to makan makan and overlook other important issues. Or makan makan and walking into a booby trap.
      ..
      Question now is there something else quietly happening behind this.
      Close near is the like-a-broken-record Bersih.
      Or election. Or Kedah fiasco and Kelantan/Selangor water.

  15. Benjamin says:

    Is Anwar sincere about giving free education for all? I would like to suggest :-
    1- Anwar can promised that all vernacular school to get 100% government provision
    2- MARA will open to all Malaysian; enrolment to UITM; UniKL; Kolej MARA; Bengkel MARA and all other MARA institution to all Malaysian base on Merit.
    3- All Malaysian will be given equal chance to get scholarship
    4- Race quota to enter college and University to be abolish

    Ada Berani! Actually when he want to abolish PTPTN, he is only trying to limit other race to get government funded loan. The Bumi has the priority to get loan or scholarship from MARA; JPA; Petronas; Yayasan and etc. Now he want to abolish PTPTN that has been helping those other race to get fund to further their studies. He is actually trying to abolish facility that given to us as non Bumi to acces education fund. Celako punya Anwar. Those who who went to demos is actually Rotten undergraduate who has education problem like being suspended; carry papers or scoring very low CGPA. They got the loan and spend like nobody business’s such buying handphone and motorcycle and now unable to finish or excel intheir study. This is the type of people who went the Demo to support the abolishment of PTPTN.

    Stop supporting DAP if they keep quiet on this issue. Where is Guan Eng; Kit Siang and Karpal Singh who always want to champion our non Bumi rights. Go la to ask Anwar to abolish the MARA structure to support his free education for all Malaysian.

    Anwar actually just intend to take away our Non Bumi getting education loan fund la.

    Wake up la

  16. Benjamin says:

    Did anybody see LGE flying in economy class anymore? What a huha when he was soon sitting as CM. Now he seat in Business Or First Class already la.
    What happen to the Pakatan MPs who cycle to parliament last time. Tian Chua as one of them is now drive around in Mercedes E Class.
    We are all Fuck out la bro

  17. Zed Zaidi says:

    why worry about LGE when foreign malays like Aaron Aziz is taking over our jobs in the movies?

    Perkasa is stupid to allow such foreign melayu to compete with us.

  18. Doremi Feringgi says:

    Those hillslope developments in penang were the unfortunate legacy of the previous BN government!!!! Do not blame Pakatan governement.

    • ED says:

      The development in Penang was a legacy of BN Government, being passed on and handled by the economic team of the State and Federal Government. LGE hasn’t done anything extraordinary to boost Penang Economy.

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