Revealed: The Corporate Cronies of DAP in Penang: IJM Land Berhad – Part 1

1Source: DAP Insider

IJM Land Berhad has been a major developer in Penang for a long time and the political tsunami of March 8, 2008 caught it by surprise when the BN administration led by Gerakan Chief Minister Koh Tsu Koon was toppled by DAP in the General Election and Lim Guan Eng was swept into the Chief Minister’s seat in Penang.

IJM Land Berhad had many applications for property development in Penang which were pending approval by the Penang State Government. The most ambitious project was the Penang Waterfront project planned by IJM to be built over 152 acres of reclaimed land. This huge tract of reclaimed land was the result of the Jelutong Expressway (Federal Route 3113) which is a coastal expressway that connects the Penang Bridge to George Town, Penang. It is today part of the Tun Dr Lim Chong Eu Expressway, which runs for 17.84 km from the Prangin Road Ghaut junction to Batu Maung intersection.

2Hectares of land were reclaimed for the construction of this expressway. Phase I of the Jelutong Expressway was completed in 2003 while Phase II was completed and opened in July, 2006.

One component of the development plans for the Penang Waterfront Project was a super high-rise condominium project called The Light Point – with proposed plan for 56 storeys – that will make it the highest ever residential project in Penang and the second highest building in Penang (after KOMTAR which is 65 storeys). It was designed to be the iconic building in Penang – designed like a light house to be seen even from afar. The project is part of a larger, more comprehensive mixed development spanning 152 acres on the Eastern coastline of Penang Island known as THE LIGHT Waterfront Penang. The entire development includes the construction of hotels, shopping malls, MICE, Cultural Centre, IT Hub, Office space and a seven acre landscaped seafront park.

Since there is now a new administration in Penang, IJM Land Berhad sent its Managing Director Datuk Soam Heng Choon and Dato Teh Kean Ming, the then Managing Director of IJM Properties Sdn Bhd to pay a courtesy call on Lim Guan Eng who is the new Penang Chief Minister and seek reassurance that their development projects will remain on track without changes. The meeting took place in April 2008.

3It was a cordial meeting and understandably, the two gentlemen from a major corporation asked Lim if there was anything that they can do to assist him in developing Penang or any donations that they can make to help the construction of a new DAP Headquarters building in Penang. Guan Eng’s reply was quick and to the point – yes apparently the DAP would like to have a new HQ building so as to reflect their status as the ruling party in Penang. As such, he would be most happy to accept a RM3 million donation towards the construction of the new State HQ in Rangoon Road. This can be paid into the DAP Penang Building Fund. Datuk Soam and Dato Teh was shocked by such a blatant request but nonetheless kept their composure and indicated to Chief Minister Guan Eng that they will certainly make a donation but will need to discuss the exact amount with their Board of Directors.

Over the next two weeks, the Board of Directors of IJM Land Berhad met and the “request” for donation of RM3 million to DAP Penang Building Fund was discussed and a decision was made that a donation of RM1.5 million was to be made instead of RM3 million. The said sum of RM1.5 million was then subsequently paid into the DAP Penang Building Fund account and Guan Eng was informed of it by IJM.

Within 3 months, IJM Land Berhad received approval for their development project and to their shock, the approval for the LIGHT POINT project was slashed down from 56 storeys to only 28 storeys. Datuk Soam immediately sought a meeting with CM Guan Eng to clarify and seek an explanation.


The explanation from CM Guan Eng was very simple – the request was for a donation of RM3 million but only half of it which is only RM1.5 million was received, so likewise the approval was for “half” of what was applied – 28 storeys only instead of 56 storeys. It is simple mathematics.



From Left to right: Teh Kean Ming, Lim Guan Eng & Soam Heng Choon

From Left to right: Teh Kean Ming, Lim Guan Eng & Soam Heng Choon

Datuk Soam had no choice but to accept this as an expensive lesson from Guan Eng and over the next few years, he learnt how to do business with Guan Eng in Penang. Today, save for that hiccup in 2008, IJM Land remained as one of the biggest developers in Penang and continues to focus on its iconic waterfront project in Penang, known as The Light Waterfront. It has launched its first phase consisting of three residential projects called The Light Linear, The Light Point and The Light Collection. Phase two comprises a mixed development including a hotel, corporate park, office towers and business hotel, fashion mall and waterfront dining and entertainment district. Its third phase, according to the master plan, is a sea front park.

The whole waterfront project spans a total of 152-acres and will be developed over the next 12 to 15 years via Jelutong Development Sdn Bhd, a subsidiary of IJM Properties Sdn Bhd.

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281 Responses to Revealed: The Corporate Cronies of DAP in Penang: IJM Land Berhad – Part 1

  1. ray says:

    Bribe comes in many names – donation, goodwill, derma, sedekah, duit kopi ……..

    • daud says:

      One way of beating the phantom votes is calling all our relatives, neighbours n friends to come out to votes on the polling day. We should fight with massive votes to overwhelm the dirty electoral roll for a better Malaysia. All should raise to the occasion for this coming 13GE being touted as the mother of all elections.

      • Anwar Kong Kek Kuat says:

        Oh yes, the phantom votes caused the states of Penang, Selangor, Perak, Kedah and Kelantan to fall to the unholy alliance of Pakatan Rakyat at the 12th GE in 2008!!!!

        • Anonymas says:

          I remember the incident in Marang where a bus full of PLKN trainees were pelted with rocks because PAS members thought they were phantom voters. ICs were confiscated, drivers were punched.

          Those are people’s children! Mati anak orang, dah la belum dapat result SPM.

        • Steve Yaman says:

          The illegal immigrant issues are now the centre of discussions and grapevines nationwide in view of the upcoming 13th general election since the issues have affected the results of the past general elections in Malaysia, particularly in Sabah.

          Looking back in history, although Filipino immigrants in Sabah had ancestral links dating back to the period before the independence of Malaysia, the major issue on the Malaysian identity cards given to them dates back to the era of Mustapha Harun as the third chief minister of Sabah.

          In the 1970’s, Filipino refugees from Mindanao began arriving in Sabah as a result of the Moro insurgency taking place in the region.

          These refugees had arrived in droves and more than 73,000 Filipinos were granted refugees status from 1976 to 1985.

          Of the 73,000 Filipino refugees in Sabah, 33,019 had been issued with the refugee card (IMM13) according to Moktar Yassin, the secretary of Home Affairs and Research office in the Sabah Chief Minister’s Department (JKM).

          A total of about 325,000 illegal immigrants were detected and documented through census between 1987 and 1992 according to Abdul Ja’afar Alip, former head of settlement unit in the Chief Minister’s Department.

          Sabah’s population leapt in 1991. A population census, carried out in 1991, showed that Sabah’s demography had changed drastically with huge increase in its population according to Prof Rangit Singh.

          The census reported the population of Sabah to be 1.7 million and out of this total there were 423,000 non-citizens. But just who these non-citizens are, were not disclosed in the census.

          According to Prof Ranjit in the 1891 census, the population of then North Borneo was 67,000 people comprising 34,000 (50.7%) Dusuns, 11,000 (16.4%) Bajaus, 3,005 (4.5%) Bruneians, 3,700 (5.5%) Suluks, 7,000 (10.4%) Chinese, and 8,295 (12.4%) others, while there were no figures for the Muruts and Orang Sungais.

          In the 1970 census, Sabah’s population was 651,000 with 183,000 (28.1%) Dusuns, 30,000 (4.6%) Muruts, 77,000 (11.9%) Bajaus, 28,000 (4.3%) Melayu Brunei, 10,000 (1.5%) Suluks, 17,000 (2.6%) Orang Sungais, 138,000 (21.2%) Chinese, and 168,000 (25.8%) were others.

          The 127,949 identity cards issued in the state from 1979 to 1996 were believed to be questionable according to Roslan Alias, the head of the National Registration Department (NRD) Sabah and Sarawak Special Unit assistant, and of the total, 91,656 were cancelled after their issuance was deemed “unsystematic”.

          During the January 2013 RCI hearing and as reported in the newspaper, Ramli Kamarudin, former director of the state NRD, said immigrants were recruited as phantom voters during the 1994 state election.

          According to him, he was instructed to issue temporary identity card (IC) receipts to immigrants to allow them to vote in the election.

          He said the instruction came directly from deputy director -eneral of NRD and the then-deputy home affairs minister Megat Junid.

          He said between 200 and 400 of these temporary receipts were used by non-citizens to vote in each of the five or six constituencies involved.

          He explained that the temporary documents had an expiry period of only three months and no application for ICs were filed prior to their issuance and therefore they could not be used for issuance of ICs.

          He disclosed that the state Election Commission director, Wan Ahmad Wan Omar, had handed to NRD personnel a name list of 16,000 names and that the state NRD director, Ramli Kamarudin, had verbally instructed them to do the changes to those in possession of the JPN1/9 and JPN1/11 documents (JPN1/9 is the temporary receipt issued for application of an identity card while JPN1/11 is issued for a lost identity card).

          Former premier Dr Mahathir Mohamad has been accused of spearheading the so-called ‘Project IC’, in which citizenships were allegedly given to immigrants in exchange for their votes.

          Mahathir admitted that citizenships were given to foreigners in Sabah, but stressed that it was “within the law”.

          Filipino refugees given ICs met all requirements said Mahathir. He admitted that during his tenure, he had given citizenship to Filipino refugees in Sabah who were able to meet all the requirements and that these identity cards were handed out legally.

          But he did not know if the former deputy home affairs minister Magat Junid Megat Ayub had ordered them to be issued on purpose ahead of the state election.

          The late former deputy home affairs minister Megat Junid Megat Ayub was accused of ordering the national registration department (NRD)’s Sabah branch to issue temporary documents to allow immigrants to vote in a 1994 state election.

          On Jan 17, 2013, Prime Minister Najib Razak said that there is nothing wrong in handing out citizenships to foreigners as long as the law is followed, amidst revelations by former government officials that identity cards had been given to illegal immigrants to vote in the Sabah state election in 1994.

          The Election Commission had instructed the NRD to change the names of 16,000 immigrants in Sabah and to give them identity cards.

          Former Sabah NRD deputy director Mohd Nasir Sugip, who worked in Sabah NRD from 1992 to 1994, told the RCI that the then-Sabah EC director, Wan Ahmad Wan Yusof, had ordered Sabah NRD to change the names of Indonesian and Filipino immigrants to increase the number of Muslim voters in Sabah.

          These illegal immigrants are becoming Malaysian as “new bumiputera” with native rights especially those who are Muslims.

          The issues have now come to light and are being discussed in the open by Malaysians all over the country.

          Citizenship and ownership of MyKad is the sovereign right of all Malaysians.

          There are so many original native Malaysians especially in the rural remote part of Sabah and Sarawak who have neither birth certificates nor identity cards or MyKad until today.

          They are poor rural folk and they cannot afford to travel the rough terrain to go to the towns or city to register themselves for their MyKad.

          For a native Malaysian to get a MyKad, he has to get the card clinic, birth certificate, parents’ marriage certificate and their MyKads, village head certification, etc before he can get near to his MyKad. What is the government doing about this?

          Why is it so easy for illegal immigrants without any proper document to become a “new bumiputera”?

          These new bumiputera have been given not only blue identity cards or MyKads but also the right to vote in elections and to own land including native title land.

          We cannot blame the illegal immigrants or Penduduk Tanpa Izin (PTI) because they were given the right to have MyKad by the Malaysian BN government and also the right to vote (with incentives) in elections.

          Anybody in their right mind would gladly accept citizenship and voting rights for free plus “goodies”.

          Malaysians are now smacked in the middle of this very big controversy dangerously close to the 13th general election.

          Is the government really doing anything or is this just more “lip service” like the other past RCIs?

          The saying goes “Power corrupts, and absolute power corrupts absolutely”.

          The Malaysian people will have to decide their own fate for the coming general elections. It is now time to decide the fate of our future and the future of our generations.

          Do you want to flog your future and have more of the BN government management or do you want to change the managers?

          • Anonymous says:

            20 years ago, the former Prime Minister of Malaysia, Mahathir Mohamad, was systematically granting of citizenship to illegal immigrants by giving them identity documents in Sabah.

            This so called Project IC a.k.a Project M is to alter the demographic pattern of Sabah to make it more favorable to the ruling government, namely Barisan National. There are at least 1,500,000 “Project IC citizens” in Malaysia by 2012.

            In other words, our fate is now decided by someone who does not belong to here. Our government “help” them to gain citizenship, and they “help” the ruling party to win the election. Najib is doing the same thing now! What is the point to have election then? Where is our right to choose our future? How can we accept all these unscrupulous actions of BN government that would destroy democracy?

            Change now, save Malaysia. Please Share this video to your family members and friends:


          • Servant of God says:


            Easier to digest: PR cannot live without lying, blaming others for their own shortcomings. Claim to be clean, even more corrupt than incumbents.

            Reject PR. Vote BN.

          • Anonymous says:

            Steve Yaman,

            You got a blinkered view of the Sabh IC issue, haven’t you? You blinkered yourself to suit your own beliefs?

            Didn’t you read the testimony of one of those arrested and ISA-ed for manufacturing and selling fake ICs – including several former state National Registration Department (NRD) officers, “admitting to selling the documents on their own accord and not under orders from any quarter. ” Here’s one NST news report on the RCI testimony:

            NO ORDERS GIVEN: Those who issued ICs to foreigners in Sabah did it for money, RCI told

            KOTA KINABALU: THOSE behind the issuance of Malaysian identity documents to foreigners in Sabah were doing it solely for the money and not under instructions from anyone, the Royal Commission of Inquiry was told yesterday.

            Several former state National Registration Department (NRD) officers admitted to selling the documents on their own accord and not under orders from any quarter.

            Sarawak Special Branch head Datuk Ibrahim Zakaria, who took the stand as the 33rd witness, testified that in 1996, he had been tasked to interview former Internal Security Act (ISA) detainee Datuk Abdul Rauf Sani, who had served as Sabah NRD director from 1990 to 1992.
            “He (Rauf) had admitted to issuing 6,305 identity cards to foreigners and had collected RM167,300 from it. He also admitted to doing so for personal profit and on his own will without instructions from any quarter.”

            Ibrahim, who was then with Bukit Aman Special Branch, added that Rauf was detained under the ISA for illegally issuing identity cards.

            Rauf had told the inquiry that blue identity cards were issued to increase the number of Muslim voters in Sabah.

            He had said the immigrants issued with identity cards were taught how to vote in elections, or risked having their documents withdrawn.

            Intelligence Technical Unit staff officer of the Kelantan police headquarters, Deputy Superintendent Badaruddin Ismail, told the panel that another ex-Sabah NRD director, Ramli Kamaruddin, had admitted to giving 16,000 receipts known as JPN 1/9 (temporary identity documents) and JPN 1/11 (temporary documents to indicate the holder of an identity document that was reported lost) to foreigners.

            Badaruddin told the the panel that during his interview with the former ISA detainee, Ramli had charged RM250 for each receipt and had received more than RM1 million from it.

            Ramli had also said that he did not receive any instruction from anyone, including government leaders, to issue the temporary identity documents to foreigners from 1993 to 1995.

            Badaruddin told the inquiry that Ramli had distributed the money among subordinates involved in the scam and had used it for his own use.

          • The Real Rakyat says:

            Steve Yaman,

            Ever heard of profiteering??…..The fellas involved did it fr money nothing more and nothing less…..and you believe instead the words of conman and cheats??… wonder you get screwed everytime…..

      • Anonymous says:

        I too agree that the legit voters must come out strongly come the 13thGE so that the BN will win convincingly. then there will be no more excuses for PR to say the elections are not free and fair. people ! come out forcefully and vote for BN !

        • Wong Sai Kee says:

          Can somebody cross check with the voting records to confirm that all these “illegal Malaysians” voted in the General Elections upon being issued with the ics/receipts? If it can be confirmed that they voted, then we can strongly deduced that such ics/receipts were issued with the purpose of cheating during the GE.

          • Anonymous says:

            Those issued with genuine ICs processed according to procedures, based on a minimum 12 years permanent residency, would have been valid voters.

            Those who bought fake ICs and ICs issued specifically for sale by crooked officers in the National Registration Dept Sabah (see my comment 2 comments above this) would have their ICs cancelled after the arrest and detention under ISA of those involved.

            Those receipts that pertained to the Muslim Filipino refugees would not have entitled them to Blue ICs and the right to vote.

            But anyone willing to check with the voting records is welcome to do so and let us know the results of the checking.

      • Fazli says:

        According to political sources, a survey conducted by a special government intelligence unit showed Najib’s Umno-Barisan Nasional coalition trailing far behind the Pakatan Rakyat led by Anwar Ibrahim with only 98 seats to the Opposition’s 124.

        Anwar and PR are expected to win 10 seats in the Federal Territories, 10 in Johor, 11 in Kedah, 12 in Kelantan, 18 in Perak, 17 in Selangor, 1 in Terengganu, 1 in Malacca, 3 in Negeri Sembilan, 5 in Pahang, 0 in Perlis and a total of 25 in Sabah and Sarawak.

        • Guan Chen says:

          Lu bodoh ka Fazli…

        • Anonymous says:

          Hahaha, hihihi, hohoho. Must be a big joke.

          Merdeka Centre survey ha? You dunno that Merdeka Centre is Anwar’s so-called survey or research organization, ha?

          Political sources means PR sources, ha? Of course they’ll say Anwar is loved by everybody, those PAS delagates to the 2012 Muktamar who shouted wanting Hadi as PM have all now embraced Anwar, and the Lebais and Ulamas even kissed Anwar on the lips.

          And the DAP disgruntled members have now kissed Lim Guan Eng and spurned the ROS for taking action on their reports regarding the CEC election, issit? The PR component parties have kissed one another on the seats grabbing attempts by DAP ha?

          The “special government intelligence unit” is under PR Selangor, ha? The one previously headed by the Rafizi bloke ah? The bloke who got charged in court under banking secrecy and related laws ah?

          You must be joking, man.

        • Fakin' Fake Calvin says:

          25 in Sabah & Sarawak? Can’t say I can feel the pulse amongst the voters in Sabah but to win more than 10 parliamentary seats in Sarawak is wishful thinking. But then again, what are PR if not Kings of wishful thinking?

          • The Real Rakyat says:


            Didn’t the Sarawak elections done already rite??….Then what is this talk on Sarawak??….Tidur ke this fellas??

          • Fakin' Fake Calvin says:

            TRR, state election kowtim already. Parliamentary Sarawak has 31 seats. Opposition won 1 in the last GE – Bandar Kuching & won another, Sibu in a by election. Wanna win more than 10? Go ahead, dreams are free…

        • AnonKL says:

          ‘According to political sources’……hahahaha…..sources from the butt of the butt-man ka?

        • Anonymas says:

          “Anwar and PR are expected to win 10 seats in the Federal Territories”

          No, taking to account that he’s losing support even in his home seat Permatang Pauh and the vendetta between Azmin Ali and Khalid Ibrahim…that seems unlikely. Moreover, the saying :Manifesto bukan Janji: has pissed off many Selangor residents, they want to kick Khalid Flintstone out.

          PAS Terengganu also refused to let PKR to contest in Terengganu seats, saying “Ukur baju di badan sendiri”. His liberal thoughts is incompatible with devout Terengganuians.

          In Sabah and Sarawak? No chance.

        • The Real Rakyat says:


          If so confident can win…may I suggest that PR first dissolve all the states under them and do it now??…I mean why wait any longer you guys have been harping that you will win since 2008!!…why wait just dissolve now!! Then at least you will finally find out whether your surveys by Anwar Research Co is accurate no??

        • Kelepuk says:


          Setakat bercakap jer. Babi pun boleh terbang

      • Malaysian Abroad says:

        2 party system is good for the nation and people….No fighting will be no progress…Do you think you can get RM500 every year if BN win big big in 2008 GE ??? Think about it !

        • JasOne says:

          Vice versa. Can Pakatan won 5 states if the electoral rolls is dirty. Please don’t blame your father for pregnanting your mother but your mother who open her legs lol

        • Anonymous says:

          You claim to be a Malaysian abroad (which I doubt – you could be in Pulau Jerjak, Penang), have you not read about the US 2 party system makig shit of the economic situation is US?

          Until the country, dubbed as the strongest economy in the world, was heading for the “fiscal cliff”? Obama, despite having won a 2nd term, fighting with Congress until his hair turned grey sommore?

          Wat are you talk, man? Read more lah. Don’t just read Malaysian Oppo news.

      • JasTen says:

        We already expected Mahathir to panic if PR comes into power. He and all the corrupted BN and their cronies are shitting in their pants. We can be very sure that when PR comes into power, all these corrupted baggars will flee Malaysia immediately just like how they cleared the state gov office in Penang and Selangor leaving no trace of all their corruptions….ABU…UBAH

        • Anonymous says:

          Hahaha “just like how they cleared the state gov office in Penang and Selangor leaving no trace of all their corruptions”.

          The extent you blokes go to try and gain support is often mind bogling. Aiseh, Justbluff, you comment in the Oppo blogs like MI, MK, MC lah. Sure you’ll get tens of “I agree”, “I support you” there. Here you get “Shit to you” from us. Coz we have brains, lorr.

          Yes, the rakyat have been talking ABU…UBAH in Selangor, Kedah, Penang etc. They can’t stand the PR nonsense, showing the same weaknesses that they accuse others of in just 1 year of rule. They say PR is no alternative to BN at all.

          • anon says:

            yes ubah in penang, selangor kedah and kelantan

            ubah to betterness

            we need water, recreational land, forest to remain intact for us rakyat and generations to come.

            they are a worser alternative many many many times over.

            We need no rhetorics and blame game

        • ray says:

          ABU = Allah Bless UMNO
          UBAH = Ular Balik Alam Haiwan

      • Sugumaran says:

        Is the Indian community is happy with BN’s various initiatives?

        Just look at the few major Indian functions funded and attended by Najib:

        •Indian New Year celebration in 2011 at Mines, Seri Kembangan (RM3 million)
        •Ponggal celebration at Klang in 2012 (RM3 million)
        •Thaipusam 2012 (RM2 million)
        •Musical Night at Stadium Malawati, by an Indian NGO (RM350,000, the attendance was 2,000)
        •IPF gathering at Semenyih (RM1 million)
        •Thaipusam 2013 (RM1 million)
        •Ponggal festival 2013 (RM3 million)

        Despite millions being poured into these functions, how many poor Indians benefited from this? Nobody dares answer this, because even Najib doesn’t have a clue.

        Worse still, there were also allegations that the funds were misused by certain leaders.

        • Anonymous says:

          wow ! your make believe lies skills have improved vastly. oh guess what, those amount spent are not government money. they are money from the private sector. even this you have got it all wrong. you don’t know how to count what ?

      • Anonymous says:



    • ddd says:

      Amaz ing the amount of shite umnos spewing without a shred a proof.

      • A says:

        You hitting at the Sh’ite faction of Islam ha? Watch out. Iran is ruled by Sh’ite. Iraq, too has many of them. They might blast you to pieces, you know.

        Iran has been building nuclear capability. Of course the Jews accuse them of building nuclear weapons. Which Israel already got. US sent a second-hand nuclear reactor to the Zionist Israel several decades ago.

        How? Out of topic but I put out a lot of facts, don’t I?

      • The Real Rakyat says:


        KACHINGGG!!!! 50 sen for you!! comment also no shred of proof yet ask people for proof??….sounds stupid or you mmg stooopid??….see how I intentionally mispelt the word??

    • Awang BN says:

      This video pokes fun at Project IC showing Bangladeshis waving MyKads, with Najib’s infamous “You help me, I help you” quote played repeatedly:

  2. I.D.A says:

    Sememangnya kerajaan PR sekarang ada kelemahan dan kekurangan.
    Itu pasti. Siapa boleh beri jaminan jika BN membentuk kerajaan semula masalah akan selesai…. tak ada rasuah, nepotisme,kronisme, murtad atau pendek cerita rakyat akan hidup mewah,semua kebajikan terjaga…
    Sudah diberi peluang memerintah sejak kemerdekaan, akan tetapi masih ada rakyat Malaysia yang hidup tanpa tenaga asas. Itulah kehebatan BN.

    • Anonymous says:

      Aiseh, impostor IDA,

      Kamu kata, “Sememangnya kerajaan PR sekarang ada kelemahan dan kekurangan.” Mana tentu ada “kerajaan PR akan datang”? 1-2 tahun dah tunjuk kelemahan, bila lebih, sampah pun tak di angkat, air pun takda di beberapa tempat di Selangor.

      Bukannya kerajaan PR ada “kekurangan” – sebenarnya ada berbagai penipuan, janji tak di tepati, kerajaan PR Selangor pun kena saman, contohnya oleh single mothers.

      Bila BN membentuk kerajaan semula, banyak masalah akan selesai, masalah sampah dan air akan di hapuskan scepat mungkin – nyata rekod baik BN dalam hal ini dah 55 tahun di berbagai negeri.

      Pasal rasuah, nepotisme, kronisme, Pakatan Rakyat merintah 1-2 tahun pun dah tunjuk ada buat. Tengoklah Talamgate, jawatan dan kerusi Parlimen/DUN yang keluarga Lim dan Karpal dapat, kroni kroni Anwar di beri jawatan di sana sini. Khalid Ibrahim pulak biarkan Gereja Methodis Damansara Utama cuba murtadkan 12 wanita Islam lk 1 tahun lalu.

      Apa kamu nak mengarut cakap “masih ada rakyat Malaysia yang hidup tanpa tenaga asas” marahkan BN pulak. Rakyat Selangor, negeri yang paling maju di bawah pemerintahan BN sejak berpuluh tahun, sekarang pungut sampah pun masih jadi masalah, air pun takda di beberapa daerah. Ramai rakyat Selangor dah meluat nengok kerajaan Pakatan Rakyat.

      • Zaid says:

        There are marked increase of dubious voters in these Pakatan Rakyat-held parliamentary seats:

        1. Kuala Selangor 10,083 (PAS MP Dzulkefly Ahmad)

        2. Selayang 16,189 (PKR MP William Leong)

        3. Gombak 15,467 (PKR MP Azmin Ali)

        4. Hulu Langat 23,334 (PAS MP Che Rosli Che Mat)

        5. Serdang 23,748 (DAP MP Teo Nie Ching)

        6. Puchong 19,772 (DAP MP Gobind Singh Deo)

        7. Kelana Jaya 13,714 (PKR MP Loh Gwo Burne)

        8. Subang 27,765 (PKR MP R Sivarasa)

        9. Shah Alam 15,417 (PAS MP Khalid Samad)

        10.Kapar 21,606 (PKR MP S Manikavasagam)

        11.Klang 11,702 (DAP MP Charles Santiago)

        12.Kota Raja 22,256 (PAS MP Siti Mariah Mahmud)

        13.Kuala Langat 17,172 (PKR MP Abdullah Sani)

        This underhand operation to negate the vote of genuine Malaysian citizens reveals the desperation of those who want to win at all costs so much so that they are willing to sell out the nation’s rights.

        • Anonymous says:

          this is just another revelation of the desperation the opposition is facing in winning the general elections. when the tide is turning, these opposition hacks can only shout “phantom voters” without saying where these phantom voters came from. when people are desperate, all they do is hurl accusations, just like what the opposition is doing.

          • Anonymous says:

            In order to overcome the dirty act by BN, all Malaysian MUST come out and vote to ensure PR win in the coming election. BN now is same like a person that get the last stage of cancer, going to die soon…He will try all kind of method to cure his illness.

            All Malaysian please wait up, if we want a better future in our lovely country, we got to make sure BN die piece fully !!!

            Alhamdulilah !!!

          • Anonymous says:

            Hahaha Anon 11:39 am, you got certificate in foot reflexology ha? How come you want to diagnose cancer and stuff?

            Pakatan Rakyat is full of blokes like you. Even in the party leadership. How to vote PR? Mati lah negara. Ya Allah, jangan lah Pakatan yang selalu berfitnah. (Ada rhyme sikit tak saya punya do’a?)

        • Fakin' Fake Calvin says:

          Thought that PR is at the forefront of voters registration? And do enlighten us on how do you classify a voter as dubious & how to determine if one is legit? All in all, it just seems that PR are getting their excuses ready upfront. Lose & it’s the phantom voter’s fault. Win & it is a show of the people’s maturity/support/awakening *,

          * delete whichever not applicable or add your own word

          • Kuda Kepang says:

            Untuk mengelakkan kehancuran dasar dan salah laku daripada terdedah, Mahathir terpaksa menggunakan politik perkauman yang menjadi kegemarannya.Dia terpaksa meyakinkan orang Melayu bahawa apa yang telah dilakukannya adalah perlu untuk kepentingan mereka. Dia menyimpanhabuan yang besar untuk dirinya dan memberi cebisan kecil untuk meyakinkan orang Melayu bahawa persengketaan terhadap kaum-kaum lain adalah benar.Orang bukan Melayu perlu disekat. Oleh itu, peruntukan bajet untuk rancangan seperti BTN atau Biro Tata Negara di mana graduan Melayu dan penjawat awam secara terbuka dipupuk untuk menjadi curiga terhadap kaum-kaum lain.

            Tetapi tidak semua orang Melayu terpengaruh. Ajaran itu menyalahi Islam dan juga terhadap nilai-nilai kemanusiaan sejagat. Kaum Melayu berada dalam keadaan keliru, manakala orang bukan Melayu sama sekali diketepikan.

          • Servant of God says:

            Kuda Kepang,

            The real racists and bigots are DAP. Remember the election of their central committee (CEC), they proved to be uber-racists?

            Remember that out of the 8 Malays who contested, not one of them was appointed to the CEC?

            So despite being a so-called multiracial party, only the Chinese were represented in the CEC.
            OK lah, what to do, the selection was based on merit as perceived by the members.

            But then, why was Zairil then appointed to CEC? Was this to show the presence of a Malay in the CEC? But that’s racism man, and DAP says it is not racist.

            So if it isn’t racism, why did you raise a person whom your members considered as unfit to lead them?

            Then how many weeks later, only then you say the results were tallied wrongly. It took so long? Why? You people don’t know how to use computers haa? My Excel works fine lehhhh… I find your excuses impossible to follow.

            So, DAP, are you racist, unfit to lead, or just technically incompetent?

            So there you have it, Kuda Kepang, just in case you forgot about what a massive letdown PR and DAP are. You’re welcome.

            Reject PR! Let’s choose BN!

          • Lau says:

            DAP CEC election – the laughing stock of the year.
            A party which couldn’t even handle a mini election of around 2000 voters.

        • Anonymas says:

          “they are willing to sell out the nation’s rights”

          Just like how Selangor MB is willing to sell sand to Singaporean companies and PKNS to non-Malay companies?

          Awww yeah. Right on, baby. (sarcasm)

          • Neutral says:

            So look who is racist. Now PKNS can only sell to Malay companies. Later will say all GLC cannot deal with non Malay companies.
            Perkosa minded BN!

          • anon says:

            we must relook at the original manifesto or intention establishing PKNS then we can see what is happening
            whether it has been changed for the worse

            why it is termed as selling out

          • Anonymous says:

            neutral oh neutral. all you can think of is perkosa. just like Anuwar. the thing with Anuwar is he perkosa the lubang bontot. and you ? you perkosa what ?

    • Anonymous says:

      you are devoid of ideas ? all you do is hijack other people’s nicks. pity you. your lot are bollocks !

      • Kuda Kepang says:

        Contractors and suppliers to the National Service programme knew who is the sole beneficiary of the project. Every project initiated by Rosmah Mansor which must be approved by her husband will ultimately make her richer by hundreds of million ringgit. Rosmah Mansor’s yearly income or revenue from dealings with Mindef and the PM’s Department is more than the top three privately owned corporations in Malaysia .

    • LineClear says:

      “Sudah diberi peluang memerintah sejak kemerdekaan, akan tetapi masih ada rakyat Malaysia yang hidup tanpa tenaga asas”

      nampak sangat pembohong mcm Tokong CAT, LGE

      • Just an old timer says:

        What the writer said was correct, correct, correct. Being a hardcore gov supporter, I can vouch for that! See around you, so many living quarters and commercials establishment being built around the country, yet, not one has the basic ‘tenaga asas’ though I must admit I still cannot comprehend what ‘tenaga asas’ that fella was typing about?
        Must be written by a conk without a tonk, is he/she?

  3. funniman says:

    The title is wrong. It should not be “DAP cronies”. It should be “the strong arm tactics and dealings of DAP” as IJM Land had no choice but to comply with LGE’s demands.

    Datuk Soam is a well known supporter of BN during the days of Seremban 2 project or earlier in 1995. RBLand or Road Builders known in those days were formed by a group of exGenerals of the Armed Forces.

    • Anonymous says:

      It should be “Lim Guan Eng Grabbed IJM Directors’ Balls Kaw Kaw”.

      Imagine, the Limmy bloke saying, “the request was for a donation of RM3 million but only half of it which is only RM1.5 million was received, so likewise the approval was for “half” of what was applied – 28 storeys only instead of 56 storeys. It is simple mathematics.”


    • Garrett says:

      Right you are! IJM has no choice but to give in to DAP’s demands. Hardly a crony.

    • Servant of God says:


      You are right bro. IJM was put in a corner. What to do?

  4. Zaki says:

    Hope MACC fellas are reading this blog…

    • I.D.A says:

      Indeed yes. SPRM should open file for investigation. At the same time at least we can revisit the Musa Aman file, make a comparison and clear Musa’s name once and for all. After all, it is ” only ” Rm40 million to his personal account.

      • Anonymous says:

        Yes, also Anwar Ibrahim’s accounts (very many), those belonging to the receipients of the kickbacks from Selangor Talamgate, sand permit, sand sales etc, the Perak DAP Nga and Ngeh’s accounts that DAP member themselves were shocked to learn about – from cheapskate corruption called Tailorgate to RM tens of millions investment on 10,000 acres Kelantan PAS land given to make them agree to PAS Nizar becoming Perak Menteri Besar Sekejap in 2008.

        And not to forget the DAP Penang receipients of the RM20-30 million commission from Lim Guan Eng sales of 100+ acres of prime land at Bayan Mutiara. And the RM1 billion Turn-Key sPICE Project. And Nik Aziz’s family members owning bungalows and expensive cars. Even Nik Aziz accepted RM500,000 Haji package for him, his family and Personal Assistant from a Kelantan government contractor.

        • I.D.A says:

          I totally agree with you, sir!
          It would be very disappointing if SPRM can’t build a single case from all these allegations.
          They are either incompetent, or simply, stupid and wasting taxpayers money only.

        • Neutral says:

          So should they check PM’s account into Scorpene deal, Dr M Proton deal, BN cheap land deals and that Umno wanita land deal and etc etc etc.

          • Anonymous says:

            If you crack this fellow’s head, split it into two, you’d find no brains inside. Calling himself neutral what a shit.

          • Anonymous says:

            and we should ask Anwar about his relationship with Shamsidar.

          • The Real Rakyat says:


            so which is it now najib took a commision of 500 mil or 1 bil??if really 1 bil please i would also like to own a submarine since unlike normal purchases where the buyer pays the seller in this case the seller paid the buyer instead so at least i can be a billionaire instantly plus i have my own sub to boot!!

      • Anonymous says:

        It is the urban Malay like me that deny UMNO, the Chinese community is only a minor of 25% of total population, what can this people do. It just don’t add up. The Indian community is ever divided between supporting pakatan and BN, which is nothing wrong.

        So, don’t push the blame to the Chinese community when the government failed on its own merit ground.

        As a Malay I am fuming mad with instant citizen given to so many foreigners, so do I as Malaysian. Its like giving out Malaysia just for political powers, a practice been perfect by Tun M, continue further as the corridor of political power axis.

        • Servant of God says:

          What are you talking about? Do you see Filipinos in the Dewan Rakyat right now? Do you?

          These Filipinos, are they taking away your jobs? Are they taking up all the houses in your area that you have to pay thousands of ringgit just to live under a bridge?

          Are they receiving welfare cheques from the government that they’re eating into your hard-earned tax money?

          Did they take away your seat in a university that you had to sell body and sould to get your degree abroad?

          Which of these did they do to you? Please share with me, because I’m confused with your claims. How did these people wrong you, direct or indirectly through BN?

          Seriously, please tell me. I want to understand, because right now you’re not making any sense.

          • Neutral says:

            Those Filipinos have Malay name. They become citizen of Malaysia. They will compete with locals for jobs and business. Their children will compete for places in schools. They will send their money back to their kampongs in Phillipines.
            The Chinese do not have much problem as they are already competing with Bumis for years. It is the Malays that have to compete with them as many have Malay names. They will get what special social contracts the Bumis are getting.
            For starters, the IC problem is in Sabah. Later if uncheck, the problem will spread to Malaysia and Banglas, Nepalese and Myanmars will too have blue ICs and Malay names as they too are Muslims.
            Think about it.

          • Servant of God says:

            Wehh, are you really Malaysian or not? Do you really know the reality of getting a job in Malaysia?

            If you have a degree in Malaysia and you’re open to learning things, how difficult is it to get a job? Don’t bullshit me, I frequently talk to recruiting managers and ask their companies want. As long as you have the papers and you have a good attitude, there’s no problem laa.

            In fact, there are many people with just diploma and SPM who have proven themselves and were appointed from the clerical to the executive level.

            Other than that, what jobs are you complaining about? Locals don’t want dirty jobs, even in Sabah. I’ve been there, I know.

            So what are you talking about? What jobs? Tanam jagung? Tend to fish ponds? Scrub toilets? What jobs?

            You said their children compete for places in school? Woii bangang! You show me one Malaysian child who was denied schooling in favour of other kids. Show me just one, you bastard. JUST ONE.

            “Later if uncheck”? Screw you laa. You accuse, but you just allude to proof instead of giving actual proof. You and your party memang useless laa.

            Reject PR!

        • anon says:

          thats what they do well
          creating an axis of discontent over empty issues
          using the new media creatively

          just to win votes
          as they have done nothing for us
          in the past
          even for those states won by accident

          we need actual service
          and good nation development internal and externally
          not ceramah or slander 24-7

        • Anonymous says:

          Anonymous at 3:53 pm,

          Urban Malay like you that deny UMNO are only a handful. Those so-called Anwaristas. Frustrated and losers because always biting the hand that feeds you, like Anwar Al Juburi (pangkat Mat Sabu beri).

          I even doubt you are a Malay. Asking people “don’t push the blame to the Chinese community” when blokes like Lim Kit Siang and the DAP have been anti-Malay and anti-Islam since DAP’s inception. Wanting equality without even acknowledging the Special Position of the Malay and the Bumiputeras of Sabah and Sarawak. Ungkitting it such that it led to the race riots of 1969. Just google “13 May 1969: A Tragedy, by National Operations Council, October 1969” and you’ll find detailed accounts of what DAP did that caused the riots.

          You bullshit about the so-called “instant citizen given to so many foreigners … a practice been perfect by Tun M”. Read the news reports on the Sabah RCI. Those who testified included the ones who were arrested and ISA-ed for producing fake ICs and issuing ICs “without instruction from anybody” but entirely on their own accord, selling them to make money for their own personal use.

  5. Zaid says:

    If we follow the actions and thinking of Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad and his supporters, then we must rectify the “errors’ of the past, even if it means violating established principles of the Constitution, laws and good governance.

    According to them, bringing in more Muslims into Sabah in the 1990s and making them citizens was not a cynical move to help the ruling coalition win elections (although that was the immediate benefit), but to correct the mistakes of history. Simply put, the country needed to have more Muslims – even if they were foreigners from the Philippines, Pakistan or Indonesia – because Tunku Abdul Rahman “gave away” citizenship to the Chinese and Indians as part of the Merdeka agreement. Dr M somehow blames the Tunku for making citizenship “easier” for non-Malays, which he believes justifies his call for a Royal Commission of Inquiry into Tunku’s decision 60 years ago.

    His ranting could be ignored if it weren’t for the fact that it’s dangerous. Dr M destroyed UMNO when it did his bidding and we must not allow him to destroy the country too. To advocate reviewing all past policies and disowning our former leaders’ great sacrifices is highly irresponsible. The country’s design and constitutional make-up is not like the latest Proton model for him to change at whim. Our heritage and history are ours, not his. He has lost all sense of proportion in trying to gain traction for his wayward political views to change the outcome of the General Election.

    Dr M was a member of the Alliance, which agreed to adopt the principle of “jus soli” in granting citizenship to non-Malays. It was a social contract that the Malay Rulers agreed to, and which the rakyat also supported, as evidenced by the Alliance’s overwhelming victories in the 1955 and 1959 elections. Yet Dr M has no compunction ridiculing our pioneering leaders’ great effort to forge a nation. He is bent on making race a divisive issue in this General Election and he will destroy this country if his views are not accepted.

    So let’s make this General Election a referendum on the man himself. If we reject him, as we must, then we can only do so by rejecting the Barisan Nasional. The eunuchs in the BN are all scared of him. I urge Malaysians to show their revulsion for this man and his ideas by rejecting the BN once and for all. We cannot solve today’s problems by harping on the past. We have to live with the past, and not find excuses when we are unable to govern well now. We solve problems by working together, by adopting peaceful means and by having big-hearted leaders like the Tunku. The revisionists of our history have to be put in their proper places.

    • Pakatan Puak Pembohong says:

      so now you copy and past the real Zaid Ibrahim’s letter. geez is that all you can come out with ? you cannot do your own thinking ?

    • Anonymas says:

      “bringing in more Muslims into Sabah in the 1990s and making them citizens was not a cynical move to help the ruling coalition win elections ”

      Are you saying that the non muslims in Sabah have no voice of their own? They were the ones who voted for BN since Barisan Alternative did jack shit to improve their quality of life nor have a strong manifesto. A lot of non-Malay parties were also part of the BN coalition which ensured that they are properly represented. No big deal.

      That post of yours shows that you have no knowledge or understanding of the social strata and demography of Sabah and Sarawak.

      • Neutral says:

        I think you have problem. Non Malays have voice out long ago but since most of the elected representatives are all from BN, and media blackout, nothing came out. At that time, if there is any complains, ISA will silent them as in Ops Lalang.
        But of course the Opposition are much divided. If not, Dr M will retire much earlier.

    • Anonymous says:

      Dulu masa kecil, masa Allahyarham Tan Sri P.Ramlee, saya ingat semua kaum hidup dengan bahagia dan harmoni. Semakin lama Mahathir hidup and semakin lama UMNO/BN memerintah, semakin banyak provokasi perkauman dan juga semakin ramai PATI diberi IC.

      • Servant of God says:

        Kamu ingat kamu seorang yang ada memori?

        Aku membesar dengan kawan berbilang bangsa dan agama. Tapi bila DAP dan PKR mendapat kuasa, habis ramai orang diracun pemikiran mereka oleh dua parti keparat ini!

        • anon says:

          exactly SOG

          the children is our future generation
          hence the divide may go worse in generations to come
          assisted by the political racun to win votes

        • Lim Lynn says:

          You not the only one have seen PKR PAS DAP messing up with our childhood memories. They been poisoning Malaysians with using propaganda and destroy laid back most Saturday afternoon with riots filled protest after Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad sack Anwar Ibrahim and put him in prison.

        • Lau says:

          Well said.

  6. Nasarudin says:

    BN record of wastage:

    1. The Bank Bumiputra twin scandals in the early 1980s saw US$1 billion (RM3.2 billion in 2008 ringgit)

    2. The Maminco attempt to corner the world tin market in the 1980s is believed to have cost some US$500 million. (RM1.6 billion)

    3. Betting in foreign exchange futures cost Bank Negara Malaysia RM30 billion in the 1990s.

    4. Perwaja Steel resulted in losses of US$800 million (RM2.56 billion). Eric Chia, was charged with corruption for allegedly steering US$20 million (RM64 million) to a Hong Kong-based company

    5. Use of RM10 billion public funds in the Valuecap Sdn. Bhd. operation to shore up the stock market

    6. Banking scandal of RM700 million losses in Bank Islam

    7. The sale of M.V. Agusta by Proton for one Euro making a loss of €75.99 million (RM 348 million)

    8. Wang Ehsan from oil royalty on Terengganu RM7.4 billion from 2004 – 2007

    9. For the past 10 years since Philharmonic Orchestra was established, this orchestra has swallowed a total of RM500 million

    10. In Advisors Fees, Mahathir was paid RM180,000, Shahrizat Abdul Jalil (women and social development affairs) RM404,726 and Abdul Hamid Othman (religious) RM549,675 per annum

    11. The government has spent a total of RM3.2 billion in teaching Maths and Science in English over the past five years. Out of the amount, the government paid a whopping RM2.21 billion for the purchase of information and computer technology (ICT) equipments which it is unable to give a breakdown.

    12. The commission paid for purchase of jets and submarines to two private companies Perimeker Sdn Bhd and IMT Defence Sdn Bhd amounted to RM910 million.

    13. RM300 million to compensate Gerbang Perdana for the RM1.1 billion “Crooked Scenic Half-Bridge”

    14. RM1.3 billion have been wasted building the white elephant Customs, Immigration and Quarantine (CIQ) facilities on cancellation of the Malaysia-Singapore scenic bridge

    15. RM 100 million on renovation of Parliament building and leaks

    16. National Astronaut Programme – RM 40 million

    17. National Service Training Programme – yearly an estimate of RM 500 million

    18. Eye on Malaysia – RM 30 million and another RM5.7 million of free ticket

    19. RM 4.63 billion, ’soft-loan’ to PKFZ

    20. RM 2.4 million on indelible ink

    21. Samy announced in September 2006 that the government paid compensation amounting to RM 38.5 billion to the highway companies. RM 380 million windfalls for 9 toll concessionaires earned solely from the toll hike in 2008 alone.

    22. RM32 million timber export kickbacks involving companies connected to Sarawak Chief Minister and his family.

    Bailouts –
    23. Two bailouts of Malaysia Airline System RM7.9 billion

    24. Putra transport system, which cost RM4.486 billion

    25. STAR-LRT bailout costing RM3.256 billion

    26. National Sewerage System costing RM192.54 million

    27. Seremban-Port Dickson Highway costing RM142 million

    28. Kuching Prison costing RM135 million

    29. Kajian Makanan dan Gunaan Orang Islam costing RM8.3 million.

    30. Le Tour de Langkawi costing RM 3.5 Million

    31. Wholesale distribution of tens of millions of shares in Bursa Malaysia under guise of NEP to cronies, children and relatives of BN leaders and Ministers worth billions of ringgits.

    32. APs scandal had been going on year-after-year going back for more than three decades, involving a total mind-boggling sum of tens of billions of ringgits

    33. Alienation of tens of thousands of hectares of commercial lands and forestry concessions to children and relatives of BN leaders and Ministers worth tens of billions of ringgits

    34. Travel around Malaysia and see for yourself how many white elephants like majestic arches, roads paved with fanciful bricks, designer lamp posts, clock towers, Municipal Council buildings that looks more like Istanas, extravagant places of worship, refurbishment of residences of VIPs, abandoned or under-utilised government sports complexes and buildings, etc! Combined they could easily amount to the hundreds of billions of ringgits!

    35. Wastages and forward trading of Petronas oil in the 1990s based on the low price of oil then. Since the accounts of Petronas are for the eyes of Prime Minister only, we have absolutely no idea of the amount. Whatever amount, you bet it is COLLOSSAL!

    • LineClear says:

      please give the record of Useful Usage also. 🙂 It will triple the list above.

    • Guan Chen says:

      nasarudin bodoh. kote kecil

    • Anonymas says:

      Takde kena mengena dengan artikel. Malah separuh daripada apa yang kau sebut tu berlaku di zaman Anwar Ibrahim menjadi menteri Kewangan (1990-an). Semua keuntungan, inflasi dan pembaziran pada masa itu, masuk poket dia dowh.

      Setiap project dia ambil keuntungan beberapa peratus, dengan tak malunya. Terang benderang, walaupun di hadapan Dr Mahathir. Macam kucing belaan yang curi ikan yang dimasak untuk makan nasi!

      • Anonymous says:

        Penjangak, penyamun keturunan kongsi gelap dan gengster mana dia pedulikan out of topic ke tidak.

        Jadi, bila dia keluar aje, kita bantai le. Mana yang sesuai, kita halau. Kalau tak, kita songket bontot dia. Dengan kata kata. Kalau boleh, dengan ……… ok ok le, aku tak cakap sehabisnya niat aku.

        Aku pun kena keluor ni plak. Alamak, dah sedap sedap nibai …….

        • Mansur says:

          Hey, 12.37pm, ape ni? Nak cakap pun ade kelas lah sikit mamat. Mulut kau bagai taik kuching. Busuk namanya.

          • A says:

            Hei Pak Dogo Mansur,

            Kau ada kelas ke? Kelas pariah ke? Apasal nak ngata orang tak kasi isi sikit? Cakap kosong aje. Nanti orang kata kau bodoh, nak marah pulak. Tak senonoh punya maanusia.

      • Neutral says:

        Yeah, kalau tak sedap rasa, kata tak ikut artikel. Kemudian kata semua masuk poket Anwar. Tapi yang kaya tu Dr M, Daim, Taib Mahmud dan cabinet BN.
        BN troopers oh BN troopers

        • Servant of God says:

          PR troopers oh PR troopers.

          So quick of you to forget that PR YBs who used to be middle class are now driving luxury cars and living in luxury houses.

          PR troopers, oh PR troopers, who selective your views are.

    • Pakatan Puak Pembohong says:

      1. The Bank Bumiputra twin scandals in the early 1980s saw US$1 billion (RM3.2 billion in 2008 ringgit).
      so tell us then, who were the public figures involved in the scandal ? you can’t eh ? I know you can’t name the people because the cases were never proven in the courts.

      2. The Maminco attempt to corner the world tin market in the 1980s is believed to have cost some US$500 million. (RM1.6 billion).
      that was not unusual. in fact governments the world over engaged in such activities. just look at the US Federal Reserve. they too were, and are still involved in money printing operations to manipulate the global financial systems.

      3. Betting in foreign exchange futures cost Bank Negara Malaysia RM30 billion in the 1990s.
      there must be records of the years. so could you please tell us which years ? again you can’t because you are just speculating based on hearsay.

      4. Perwaja Steel resulted in losses of US$800 million (RM2.56 billion). Eric Chia, was charged with corruption for allegedly steering US$20 million (RM64 million) to a Hong Kong-based company.
      so the guy Eric Chia was charged. that’s what we call accountability, unlike the RM75 billion project in Penang where the CM said he knew nothing of it but had to backtracked after one of his exco members said the project is under consideration.

      5. Use of RM10 billion public funds in the Valuecap Sdn. Bhd. operation to shore up the stock market.
      again governments the world over do that. in the Eurozone, they initiated the Long Term Refinancing Operation to shore up fragile banks that have difficulties with financing their operations.

      6. Banking scandal of RM700 million losses in Bank Islam.
      normal there. nobody can predict the outcome of loans gone sour. market volatility. so again your so called scandal is based of speculation that originated from hearsay.

      7. The sale of M.V. Agusta by Proton for one Euro making a loss of €75.99 million (RM 348 million).
      well, American heavy equipment manufacturer Caterpillar had to write off US$500 million due to irregularities when they purchased the Chinese equipment manufacturer Siwei for US$680 million. so are you implying that every time a company makes a loss, there’s corruption ? again you are spreading malice.

      8. Wang Ehsan from oil royalty on Terengganu RM7.4 billion from 2004 – 2007.
      read the Petroleum Development Act of 1974. don’t just spread malice. but then again, opposition people are good at spreading malice so………

      9. For the past 10 years since Philharmonic Orchestra was established, this orchestra has swallowed a total of RM500 million.
      this is an intangible investment. you don’t recoup what you have invested simply because its a form of public service, social service.

      10. In Advisors Fees, Mahathir was paid RM180,000, Shahrizat Abdul Jalil (women and social development affairs) RM404,726 and Abdul Hamid Othman (religious) RM549,675 per annum.
      that’s the market rate. there are those paid much more than the 3 persons mentioned for doing nothing. just ask Teresa Kok and the other elected reps of the DAP in Selangor.

      11. The government has spent a total of RM3.2 billion in teaching Maths and Science in English over the past five years. Out of the amount, the government paid a whopping RM2.21 billion for the purchase of information and computer technology (ICT) equipments which it is unable to give a breakdown.
      again you are spreading lies. you want a breakdown, go get copies of the Federal Government’s budget report over those 5 years.

      12. The commission paid for purchase of jets and submarines to two private companies Perimeker Sdn Bhd and IMT Defence Sdn Bhd amounted to RM910 million.
      this is normal procedure. you pay them because you need people with the know how to do the work. but then I seriously doubt the figure of RM910 million.

      13. RM300 million to compensate Gerbang Perdana for the RM1.1 billion “Crooked Scenic Half-Bridge”.
      the Government never paid the RM300 million. Samy Vellu himself said the government will not entertain the company’s claims without documented proof.

      14. RM1.3 billion have been wasted building the white elephant Customs, Immigration and Quarantine (CIQ) facilities on cancellation of the Malaysia-Singapore scenic bridge.
      the project was cancelled after the Singapore government came out with extra demands for air space use for their military aircraft and selling them sands. those demands were not included when both governments agreed to build the scenic bridge. any responsible government would not entertain such demands as those of Singapore’s. better to scrap the project than surrendering partial sovereignty.

      15. RM 100 million on renovation of Parliament building and leaks.
      buildings need concurrent maintenance. without maintenance, they will simple become prone to accidents. normal there. what wastage ?

      16. National Astronaut Programme – RM 40 million.
      those space tourists paid US25 million just to experience the travel to space. we paid RM40 million and we were allowed to carried out experiments.

      17. National Service Training Programme – yearly an estimate of RM 500 million.
      don’t just say you “estimate”. give precise numbers, or else don’t just speculate. but then people like you……………

      18. Eye on Malaysia – RM 30 million and another RM5.7 million of free ticket.
      are you sure about this ? don’t just “estimate”.

      19. RM 4.63 billion, ’soft-loan’ to PKFZ.
      the court is hearing the case. that’s accountability. the same can’t be said of the Penang state government and their relationship with property developers.

      20. RM 2.4 million on indelible ink.
      this is funny. you wanted indelible ink and now you’re saying this is wastage ? very funny !

      21. Samy announced in September 2006 that the government paid compensation amounting to RM 38.5 billion to the highway companies. RM 380 million windfalls for 9 toll concessionaires earned solely from the toll hike in 2008 alone.
      you want free pass without thinking “where are we going to find the money for maintenance so that the roads, highways will stay in good shape, thus making driving safer for everyone”. you think everything is free eh ?

      22. RM32 million timber export kickbacks involving companies connected to Sarawak Chief Minister and his family.
      again this is bonkers, speculation. give names. you can’t eh ?

      23. Two bailouts of Malaysia Airline System RM7.9 billion.
      well Japan bailed out one of their airlines in 2010. what are you going to say about that ?

      24. Putra transport system, which cost RM4.486 billion.
      you complain about the government not providing public transport. if the government didn’t bail out the system, who’s going to provide the public service to the public ? you ?

      25. STAR-LRT bailout costing RM3.256 billion.
      same reply as the above.

      26. National Sewerage System costing RM192.54 million.
      same reply as number 24.

      27. Seremban-Port Dickson Highway costing RM142 million.
      same reply as the above.

      28. Kuching Prison costing RM135 million.
      so if its not the government’s job, who’s going to do it ? you ?

      29. Kajian Makanan dan Gunaan Orang Islam costing RM8.3 million.
      now you have to drag in religious issues. this only goes to show that you are utterly incapable of rational debate.

      30. Le Tour de Langkawi costing RM 3.5 Million.
      the sponsors provide the bulk of the funding. this is commercial advertising, to promote tourism. but then again, people like you think everything is free. but then people like you………….

      31. Wholesale distribution of tens of millions of shares in Bursa Malaysia under guise of NEP to cronies, children and relatives of BN leaders and Ministers worth billions of ringgits.
      ask The Butt Man and his Band of Brothers. they too benefited. ask too the PAS people. they too benefited. ask too the Chinese tycoons who acted as the middlemen of the Bumiputra. they too benefited. you have anything to say ? you accused people yet the fingers point back at you.

      32. APs scandal had been going on year-after-year going back for more than three decades, involving a total mind-boggling sum of tens of billions of ringgits.
      same reply as number 31.

      33. Alienation of tens of thousands of hectares of commercial lands and forestry concessions to children and relatives of BN leaders and Ministers worth tens of billions of ringgits.
      same reply as number 31.

      34. Travel around Malaysia and see for yourself how many white elephants like majestic arches, roads paved with fanciful bricks, designer lamp posts, clock towers, Municipal Council buildings that looks more like Istanas, extravagant places of worship, refurbishment of residences of VIPs, abandoned or under-utilised government sports complexes and buildings, etc! Combined they could easily amount to the hundreds of billions of ringgits!
      now you are really devoid of ideas and argument. you can’t come up with coherent facts and you again resort to slanders and malice.

      35. Wastages and forward trading of Petronas oil in the 1990s based on the low price of oil then. Since the accounts of Petronas are for the eyes of Prime Minister only, we have absolutely no idea of the amount. Whatever amount, you bet it is COLLOSSAL!
      again you are speculating. you said you have no idea of the amount, then you contradicted yourself by saying the amount is colossal. you can’t even spell the word colossal correctly. but then again, people like you can’t tell the difference.

    • funniman says:


      You are one guy who is hell bent opposition. You oppose for the sake of opposing. Even your nick sounded like a Muslim, you are one good English educated guy who write proper English. Let’s start without hiding names.

      Just remember this. The Government could have remain status quo and keep all the money in the bank and play safe. No projects, no risks and no gain. It also mean no jobs, no bread and no milk for its people. It also means if we do not try to do things, we move backwards when everyone is moving forward.

      Any business will have losses and profits. If MAS or any GLCs loses money, will you leave it to go bankrupt? If Perwaja does not try to start a steel mill, we will forever depend on Korea, China and South Africa for steel imports. Where is the development of expertise? Likewise for Proton, maybe the quality is not at par but do you close it down just because it is losing money?

      Who are you to say this highway cost so much and that STAR LRT cost that much? Do you know how much is does it cost to cut hills and stabilise coastal terrain? Have you ever driven on Seremban – PD by the highway and compare it to the old way through Mambau / Lukut? You are one guy whom I bet have never taken a LRT before and experience the hardships of a commoner. You have your luxury car to drive around and you do not appreciate the transportation woes for the have nots.

      I have seen guys like you over and over again. You would argue as if everyone owes you a living just because you are educated and able to think rationally.
      Complain you must but after all the complaining, work on it. Do not try to criticize for its sake and to show the world how much you know.

      Have you ever think for a while can you personally change things which you think is wrong and could do better? Or you prefer to be an arm chair critic?

  7. Pakatan Puak Pembohong says:

    as I have said before, The DAP is the Developers’ Associates of Penang. they are there to serve the property developers.

    • Talam Chua says:

      Let’s accept the BR1M, just be smart where to cast your vote. It’s not UMNO/BN money . It’s belong to the taxpayers.

      • Anon says:

        Yes, cast your vote for BN.

        Selangor Pakatan Rakyat promised in their 2008 election manifesto to give single mothers RM100 per month – offering to pay from rakyat’s money also. Even as early as in 2008. But never give until now over 4 years. Now single mothers sue them in court many millions.

        You vote PR, you get promises not kept. Just hope hope hope, get nothing. Even sampah become problem, now no water also, poor housewives every day walk up and down 4 floors to carry water for cooking, bathing babies, washing – so tired cannot carry water for bathing also.

        Never happen during BN rule. So, vote BN not to suffer like above.

      • anon says:

        expected response from PR prone people

        many may not realise that the free money is to stimulate the economy as well.
        try google economic multiplier effect

        btw BN has a choice of not giving at all, don’t they….?
        agree that for some rich PR prone people the money is peanuts, that is their privilege to snigger but for others it means a lot

        • Syahid says:

          I think Bursa KL will appreciate once Pakatan is able to implement more competition into the market. On the other hand, I am even more positive that the ringgit will appreciate against all other major currencies once corruption is eradicated. Imagine the leakage of much need funds is halted compared to the current status of the world’s greatest BOCOR nation today under BN.

          • Anonymous says:

            Bursa KL will implode once Pakatan implement their buku jingga policies.the ringgit will plunge once foreign funds start pulling out when Pakatan leaders feast on GLCs and other state assets. image the leakage that ensures when local funds also head for the exit. yes, Malaysia will not BOCOR. Malaysia will simply go bankrupt.

  8. Jackson Ng says:

    “Mass Resignation in MCA – not reported in The Star
    MCA implodes, a blow to BN

    TWO time bombs have exploded in the MCA in the past two days but the mainstream media, especially MCA’s mouthpiece, The Star, has down played the news.

    About 1,000 MCA members from Penang and Johor have resigned en bloc. They cite the loss of confidence in the party leadership as their reason for quitting.

    The resignations are only the tip of the iceberg and it signals the beginning of the imploding of Barisan Nasional (BN)’s second largest component party.

    According to a few of those who quit, more MCA members nationwide are expected to quit in the run-up to the next general election. The mainstream media are down playing the news because it is a major blow for the MCA and BN’s preparations for the general election widely expected to be called by Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak in February or March.

    Those who quit say they had lost confidence in the MCA leadership because it is led by a scandal-tainted and immoral president, Dr Chua Soi Lek.

    “Whenever he speaks on any issue, it backfires and is a laughing stock of the people or grassroots.

    This is because Chua is in no position to talk about issues on morality and integrity. “We cannot continue to be associated with such a leader and his cronies who are only looking after their own interest and positions,” said a former MCA member who is known to this writer.

    Citing recent events and issues, the former member said: “It is embarrassing to MCA for Chua to talk about freedom of the press and freedom of speech. “What is he talking about when the first thing he (Chua) did when he won the presidency by fluke was to place The Star directly under the control of the party. “The paper is now under the overall control of a panel that includes his son (Tee Yong) as a key member. He also appointed his son in government positions.

    “The MCA leadership is now led by a man who is morally tainted and one who practices nepotism and cronyism to turn the party into his family’s empire,” he added.

    Another former member added: “Just watch how MCA implodes in the run-up to the 13th General Election. At least 30 per cent of its members will eventually abandon the party by polling day.”

    In another development, party insiders say Selangor MCA is in shambles following a fallout between Chua and state MCA chief Donald Lim Siang Chai.

    As the state chief, Lim does not even have the say to decide which seat to contest.

    Lim is said to be eyeing the Selayang parliamentary seat but Chua already has someone else in mind – possibly a woman candidate.

    What is telling is that Lim does not even have the confidence to try and wrest back his former seat – PJ Selatan – where he was beaten by PKR’s Hee Loy Sian by 5,706 votes in 2008.Party insiders say the backdoor Deputy Finance Minister Senator is now desperate and is manoeuvring to get what he wants.

    The insiders say it would be most interesting to see how severely Selangor MCA would be split by the Chua-Lim tussle for control of the state.

    • Guan Chen says:

      jackson bingai. otak di bontot…

    • Anonymous says:

      Wat you talk about “insiders”, Jackson stupid?

      You just talk talk only ha? Where got source of your info? From Lim Guan Eng’s bontot ha?

      Saying “According to a few of those who quit”, “a former member said” and that kind of nonsense. And saying “not reported in the Star” – what rubbish. Who is going to believe you even, if write those on your back side that may be so attractive to Anwar?

      • Calvin Sankaran says:

        Aiyo, what a shame to BN. Malu lah.

        you can keep calling people this and that. At the end of the day, your masters are in such a sorry state. Really pity you, defending your arse like no one’s business.
        What’s more you have to use multiple name to support your own points since none of your comrade except 1 or 2 is supporting you. Thats a real pity for you, bloke ! 🙂

      • Anonymous says:

        If you read The Star adn NST, you will miss the truth that BN does want you to know.

      • Just an old timer says:

        What he meant was, the Malaysian Insider, The Haprak daily, The Malaysian PRCrony, etc..etc.. Those were their bibles..everything but the the truth..every word is a lie….be thankful he didn’t start to really, really shit here….

    • anonymous says:

      sure or not mass resignation

      perhaps maybe mass resignation from PR

      even the immigration letter on the IC thing is non existent

    • Fakin' Fake Calvin says:

      JN, you better not be the JN from St Joe’s Kuching’s class of 95. If you are, shame on you!!!!

  9. Joe Black says:

    Bodoh Ke Kamu Semua Ni??

    IJM Kan Peyokong Kerajaan dengan Chairman Tan Sri Abdul Halim Ali dan KWSP Substantial Shareholder?

    Sekarang IJM Sudah Jadi Substantial Shareholder SCOMI! Jadi Ahli Keluarga UMNO!

    • Anonymas says:

      Walaupun begitu, LGE dengan tak malunya MEMINTA rasuah daripada IJM.

      Siapa lagi bodoh? Kutuk umno, kutuk scomi, kutuk KWSP tapi ‘ngap’ duit mereka. Macam prostitute.

    • Anonymous says:

      Kamu cakap bunyi songsang, melawan arus, kalau kamu nak orang percaya apa kamu kata, sebutkan authority atau kesahihan maklumat yang kau keluarkan tu lah, Mamat.

    • Awie Search says:

      Someone tried to divert our attentions to these and some other serious acts of mischiefs in Sabah by KILLING INOCENT ELEPHANT! If these heartless and ruthless people can do that to animals, they can do worse to us who can judge them by their evil deeds. The Devil really is desperate to cover up its tracks.

      By the way, if those idiots who claimed their sole motivation for selling citizenship to illegal immigrants was money, what is to stop them from claiming so now, also for the money, to protect the masterminds of that sinister Project M? The payoff would be much bigger and lucrative now judging from those big and powerful people mentioned and implicated. These people have the wealth and money to burn to protect their evil hides from being exposed as traitors to Sabah!

    • Kalvin Sankaran says:

      The reality is that while we all want Anwar Ibrahim to be PM, and Pakatan Rakyat to be the government, the odds are in favour of the BN given the dirty polls that will take place.

      What is important is for the rakyat to ensure the BN loses even more parliamentary seats and more states.

      So, even if the BN does win, it will be so shackled at the federal and state levels, that it will have no choice but not to be arrogant anymore.

      God willing, Pakatan will win, PAS checked and confined to the super Malay-majority seats in Kelantan, Kedah and Terengganu and Anwar becomes PM with PKR as government in more states.

      • Anonymous says:

        sejak bila Calvin Sankaran Palsu bertukar menjadi Kalvin Sankaran ? awak dah habis modal ke ?

      • The Real Rakyat says:

        sometimes i do envy you troopers abit. the way you try to convince people to support your cause and try to show like Pakatan is the people’s choice and how it is the underdog is quite admirable really!! but the thing is that you guys always fail to mention your facts are actually cooked numbers, the supposed support is actually wishful thinking, underdog status is rubbish esp with tokong’s bully tactics.

        when are you guys gonna actually man up and start talking straight?? oh wat am i talking about pigs will learn to fly first before actual truth comes out your mouths!!

  10. Anonymas says:

    “U give half donations, so I give you half amount of land-lah. Hahahaaaa…” Half or not, bribery is bribery no matter what. CAT is already eaten by dog.

  11. John the Baptist says:

    Put staunch BN supporter high profile Tan Sri Dato Seri Dr Chan Ah Chye J.P. on the list of having deals with IJM, Talam, RM 10 Billion West Coast Highway and the Selangor Government. Is he biting the BN hand that fed him so rich and fat ?

    • Calvin Sankaran says:

      Oh, Chan Ah Chai a JP? Oh boy, i more respect for the alley cats at the backlane which i hate the most than this BN crony who caused hardship to so many Selangorians who bought his projects under Talam. Goes to show how competent was the BN government then. Semua boleh asalkan ada wang masuk poket.

    • funniman says:

      Chan Ah Chye has no masters. He is only slave to the money god. This guy will suck everyone from BN, PKR, his relatives, his neighbours and everyone he knows. He has no conscience, no guilt, no shame and he think he can take all the money with him when he go to happy land.
      Then he say he is a reborn christian and change his company’s name to Trinity Corporation hoping to hoodwink people further. He isnothing but a snakeoil salesman. Only a stupid man like Khalid would believe him.

  12. Dusunputera says:

    Sabah is obviously the last frontier for the survival of UMNO due to its vast geographical landscape which makes it difficult to locate the illegals who were given Mycards and registered as voters. Unclaimed Mycards in Peninsular Malaysia would be sent to Sabah for recycling and redistributed to illegal immigrants under UMNO’s grand scheme at the expense of Sabahans. Can we imagine a BN government in Sabah which had been fraudulently elected and remained illegally in power since 1990s?

    • Melodi says:

      I hope more malaysians could thik like you. But firstly they must stop reading Utusan or listen to TV3 Buletin 8pm.

    • Anonymous says:

      Aiseh, Mista, did you not read this news item?

      “Circular asking ICs to be sent to Sabah ‘a fake’

      New Straits Times – ‎11 minutes ago‎

      PUTRAJAYA: A circular purportedly issued by the National Registration Department that all identity cards (ICs) not collected for more than 18 months would be disposed of in Sabah is fake.”

      And on the issuing of fake ICs by NRD Sabah, by the ISA-ed officers who did so for personal monetary gain (not under instruction from any body), read the news report I reproduced earlier on here.

      • Anonymous says:

        For goodness sake, these clowns only like to read lies. When the circular prove to be fake, they not interest. That’s why they are so worked up over your expose on DAP doing french kissing with developers.

        When confronted with the truth, they cannot defend. Instead point out all the corupts of BN and MCA and Umno. Morons. Two wrongs don’t make a right.

      • Kalvin Sankaran says:

        Umno’s arrogance is being outsourced to Malay rights group Perkasa. Perkasa behaves and speaks things that Umno wants to, but can’t at this moment.

  13. Anonymous says:

    Please watch this excellent video (first shown at Freedom Film Festival 2012) about Project IC in Sabah. Directed by Nadira Ilana.

    Rusuhan Tersembunyi/The Silent Riot
    Now on Youtube.

    What happens after the end of a political reign? After serving two terms as Sabah’s government, Barisan Nasional led Parti Berjaya is unexpectedly toppled by newcomers Parti Bersatu Sabah, with the cooperation of the United Sabah National Organisation. On the night the 1985 state election results are announced, the secret coalition between PBS and USNO falls apart at the seams, leading to an overnight power struggle that takes place at the State Palace. This coup would become the precursor to dramatic demonstrations the following year. An incident that is rarely talked about today — making this — The Silent Riot.

    • Anonymous says:

      It’s not the Silent Riot. It’s the Silent PR Rot.

      You can always dream on, fellas.

      Film actors, producers, singers etc like to dream anyway.

  14. Anonymous says:

    Malaysia is hastily suppressing the right to information and press freedom is getting increasingly limited, according to the Press Freedom Index 2013.
    The index, an initiative by non-profit organisation Reporters Without Borders, showed that Malaysia dropped 23 places to the 145th position in the latest ranking.

    The index measures the degree of freedom journalists, media organisations and netizens enjoy and the continued efforts of authorities to ensure this freedom is not restrained. There are six criteria countries are evaluated on, mainly pluralism, media independence, environment and self-censorship, legislative framework, transparency and infrastructure.

    Based on this, the index placed Malaysia in its worst ever ranking thus far at 145 out of 179 countries. In 2012, the country was ranked at 122.

    Like that how to trust utusan, NST and The Star?

    • funniman says:

      You mean you still read Utusan, NST or STAR?
      What for? You have access to The Malaysian Insider and Malaysia Kini.

      I also have the best of both world. The only difference is I know what is right or wrong, what is bullshit or what is crap. Most importantly is I know who is the trouble maker and who is the instigator.

  15. Malaysian Abroad says:

    I will definitely fly thousands of miles to vote. It sounds surreal. But this is precisely what thousands of Malaysian like me will be doing for the GE13 that will take place within the next 2 to 3 months. An estimated 2 million Malaysian work or live overseas. We plan to motivate 25% of them to literally go the extra mile by returning home to vote. BN has been in power for too long, we want to change how things are run in Malaysia. Politics is about choosing the least of two evils. Since we evolved into a two party system in 2008, we need to put Pakatan in Putrajaya after GE13. Although Pakatan is not 100 percent perfect, it is the only credible alternative for now.

    • funniman says:

      Once a runaway will always be a runaway. If Pakatan is elected, will you return home and work in Malaysia? Stop kidding yourselves. Evil or less evil, after you had casted your vote, you would still be going off leaving the shit to poor men like us in our homeland.

      • Lawak Ke Der? says:

        Najib is in no position to be arrogant as he will out soon enough.

        Please understand he has no mandate as yet and needs to eat humble pie and needs help from Indian voters to win.

        That is the reason why he is celebrating lesser known Pongal everywhere and anywhere to entice Indian votes.

        He cannot be arrogant, but once he wins, he will surely be arrogant.

        • Anonymous says:

          and the Ketua Umum of Pakatan is not even elected by Pakatan or his won party. don’t worry, the elections are coming. soon he won’t have to call himself Ketua Umum. after losing the elections Pakatan will simply fold up and close shop.

    • Servant of God says:

      “BN has been in power for too long, we want to change how things are run in Malaysia.”

      PR has been in power for not even 5 years in select states, and already the states under their control are in a sad condition.

      PR is in no way better than BN.

      Reject PR. Vote BN.

      • Ahmad Sobri says:

        MCA was so comfortable in its seats that it simply forgots about its own countrymen. Power has gone to its head, and it was busy helping itself before their doomsday after PRU13?

        • Anonymous says:

          and the DAP was so comfortable with its seats that it simply forgets that its PKR partners in Penang are calling the CM names. yes power has gone to the heads of the CM of Penang.

    • Anon says:

      I cannot stand stupid comment like Malaysian Abroad – I seen his comment other blogs before. He does not read what Election Commission said. Only about 1,000 out of what he said 2 million Malaysians overseas now registered. Here the link:

      He also does not know EC rules and conditions for overseas voters able to vote. But with his kind of talking, why should I tell him. He talk nuts.

  16. Fakin' Fake Calvin says:

    Is it just me or did this piece by STL touched a raw nerve in Komtar? Normally we’d find about 5 or at most 10% of the comments from Lord Muruguan’s lackeys in the thread. This time round it seems the keyboard warriors are working overtime to deflect the attention from the highlighted issue.

    BTW, did something happen to STL between 5pm & sometime this morning? I kept getting “Bandwidth Limit Exceeded” when trying to access the site.

    • ray says:

      Yes I also got the “Bandwidth Limit Exceeded”. Komtar is really exasperated with STL for hitting the nail right on the head.

      ABU = Allah Bless UMNO
      UBAH = Ular Balik Alam Haiwan

      • Lawak Ke Der? says:

        The current Umno leaders are ignorant, dismissive and indecisive, leadinh to racial vigilantes like Malay rights group Perkasa and Malaysian Islamic and Welfare Association (Pekida) roaming freely to do the dirty job in spurting bigotic venom upon Umno’s opponents.

        • Pakatan Puak Pembohong says:

          and PR has to employ cyber troopers like you to come here and do the dirty. oh now you have finally come up with your own nick. why ? because all those constant hijacking of other people’s nicks have backfired on you ?

    • Anonymous says:

      Me, too.

      But good that they feel the crunch. And it’s crunchy whacking these buggers’ backsides. We just make sure not to touch the holes as they are reserved for Anwar.

    • funniman says:

      Even a friend of mine who is a staunch die hard supporter of Pakatan asked me…
      “Is this not corruption?”

    • Servant of God says:


      You’re right. They came out in droves for this one. I thought it was due to Khalid Ibrahim’s promise of elections, and the pakatoons went into overdrive.

      Rupa2nya their masters were caught in the spotlight…

      • Pakatan Puak Pembohong says:

        so where’s Rainbow ? ha ha ha ! I hope people will continue to dig up the shit. that dimwit CM of Penang can sue anyone for all he cares. he can sue but he can’t stop people from exposing his misdeeds.
        Khalid Ibrahim is almost kaput. with so many lawsuits coming up, let’s see how long he can last. even if he survives the lawsuits, he still has to face The Toilet Man Azmin Ali.

        • Fakin' Fake Calvin says:

          There are no rainbows in the skies for Tokong the Son a.k.a. Lord Muruguan a.k.a. St Guan Eng of Penang… He has to make sacrifices for political expediency masa… At least he had a moment’s pleasure with a lady considering the First Lady he has to face at home.

        • Anonymous says:

          Khalid Ibrahim is so kelang kabut that he’s talking to himself now – wants early elections and Lim Guan Eng said Khalid has not talked to him and pointed out that Penang will follow Parliament dissolution and same time general elections as Parliament.

          He might go cuckoo, that old man.

    • anon says:

      Bravo STL

      good job
      thank you for your expose

      Save Malaysia

    • Ahmad Sobri says:

      Taking pot-shots at Pakatan leaders for the most trivial issues shows how bankrupt of ideas MCA has become. The Chinese are actually shaking their heads in disbelief, whether to laugh or cry at the absurd issues highlighted by their MCA leaders.

      • Pakatan Puak Pembohong says:

        and you had to come here to work on a Saturday to earn your customary 50 cents.

      • The Real Rakyat says:

        ahmad sobri,

        this chinese you speak off are they from dap?? bcoz if thats the case then kawan with only 100k members they can hardly be called the voice of the chinese!!

        i am a chinese and i am shaking my head at you a chinese DAP trooper pretending to be a malay here!!

    • The Real Rakyat says:


      yeah i got that msg too i was wondering maybe STL kena hack or something? but i did read this article earlier at dap insider and was similarly surprised he asked out loud an amount to as we say grease to the cogs of progress. sometimes i also wonder this fellas at PR are educated but yet why are they blind??

      • Fakin' Fake Calvin says:

        Education means nothing if you’re dumb enough to believe all the blatant lies thrown to you. It means nothing when you turn a blind eye to the hypocrisy in front of you. It means nothing if you are ungrateful to those who’ve helped you along the journey to where you are today. It sure as hell means nothing if you think nothing of running people down with character assassination, insinuations etc just to fulfill your selfish heart’s desires.

  17. Anonymous says:

    What LGE does for 3 or 1.5M is corruption.
    There is no other way to put it.

  18. simon says says:

    STL u hit the mother lode with this story. Good job. Can see lots of angry cybertropps try to defend Tokong party.

    Fish rot from the head and that is happen in DAP. From start they ask for money to line party pockets.

    • Anonymous says:

      Maybe lining their own pockets, too.

      Remember Perak DAP Nga and Ngeh. From Tailorgate, suddenly got many million Ringgits to invest in 10,000 acres of land Kelantan gomen gave them for agreeing PAS Nizar become Mnteri Besar Sekejap in 2008.

    • Sufiah says:

      No transformation process can be successful or effective unless we have a free, open and independent media and the present political system continuously reviewed to provide good governance.

      And radical changes must be welcomed to establish a transparent and accountable governance in Malaysia.

      Merely advocating transparent policies, uniting the people to ensure peace and harmony would not suffice. This in essence are mere political slogans which do not possess long term effects.

  19. Mansur says:

    Rm1.5 million vs rm250 scandal? Or multi billion pkfz scandal? Rm40 political fund to musa aman’s account?

    Goes to show how stupid BN people are.
    Again, RM1.5 million is only allegation. Proves that MACC is sleeping or simply, stupid like their masters.

  20. Heaven's Gate says:

    YB Tan Sri Dato Seri Dr Chan Ah Chye, JP, LLD of Talam, Europlus, IJM, RM10 Billion West Coast Highway, Perdana Foundation, etc favourite song is ‘ One for you, and two for me !’

  21. Clear Conscience says:

    I never thought the DAP accepts donations from tycoons. Alamak !

  22. Datuk Aku punya Parti says:

    Malaysian politics is so DIRTY!! Don’t get me wrong the filth is not coming from BN and its satelite parties but coming from PKR!! We got the Kucing Kurap accountant LGodE who likes to boast that his state revenue are increasing by the millions but still the people of Pulau Pinang are nowhere near getting richer by the day, worst still, he like to say that PKR will make Malaysia prosper even more when all I see after PKR has got the 2 richest state in Malaysia is the RINGGIT value going down and down and down and down yearly!!

    Then LGodE also looked down on JB as if its the worst state in crime control and that his state is a safer state. Then, still deny that he ever said it as if there are people out there to sabotage him. This is where it gets cloudy. If he didn’t say such things about JB then why the hell did he apologise? There is a Malay saying that “Berani kerana benar, takut kerana salah” which literally means if he didnt say such things, he shouldnt apologise in the first place.

    Thirdly,I have seen videos of him in walkabouts where simply the people of Pulau Pinang wants to talk things out with him as to why he implement certain policies which might not benefit the people as a whole and his replies are always “You UMNO punya orang tak guna bebual dgn You!!” and of course the people got mad and said “Aku bukan orang UMNO lah, check membership bapak aku, dia orang PKR” but LGodE still insist they are UMNO guys. What kind of leader Malaysia wants to represent them? A good and democratic leader who will listen to its people’s pleas or those of the DICTATORSHIP style? Coz frankly, all I can see is DICTATORSHIP at its BEST here!!

    Also why the hell is LGodE always using UMNO as a platform for his attack? Why didnt he use the word BN like eg, “You orang BN tak guna bebual dgn YOU!!” Why must he attack UMNO only? The answer is because this kucing kurap is a RACIST!! Its as easy as that. He can choose to say BN but he prefer to attack UMNO. UMNO doesnt really run the country, it is BN which makes up of Malay, Chinese and Indian parties which really run the whole country. But he prefer to attack the Malay component of BN only. So I say F**k this guy!! Malaysians shoukd overthrow him for good as he is the only racist idiot who would want to destroy the harmonious unity of Malaysians of all race.

    I love Malaysia just as I love Singapore.

    From your friend across the causeway 🙂

    • Anonymous says:

      where’s the affordable housing promised by the PR government of Penang ?

      • The Real Rakyat says:

        bro anon 11:38

        there is “affordable” housing in penang!! Le God Eng has announced “AFFORDABLE” flats are available at a super “AFFORDABLE” RM 400K!! so i think we need to rush and buy quickly if not the lower income in penang might be rushing to buy and habis all the units i tell you!!

        imagine ONLY RM400K!!! such a great deal indeed!!

    • taichi says:

      taichi master?

  23. Richard the LionHeart says:

    Who bites the hand that fed him ? And laughs at good people behind their backs !

  24. Lion of Singapore says:

    It is better for Singapore to support the BN as led by the UMNO and the 14 component parties. At least, 100% is not anti-Singapore !

    • Ahmad Sobri says:

      Agreed. Easy for Singapore to work with BN since Bn is corrupted and can get their way by bribing Bn leaders. Example BN gave up the prime KTM land in Tanjung Pagar!!!!

      • Anonymous says:

        what a joke. the government never gave that piece of land to Singapore. the government through Khazanah owns 60% of
        M+S Pte Ltd, the joint venture to develop that piece of land. keep on lying. we will continue to rebut you with facts.

      • The Real Rakyat says:

        ahmad sobri

        opps kantoiii

        • Datuk Aku punya Parti says:

          Yes as a Singaporean, I must say whatever Ahmad Sobri said is a lie. I’m a Singaporean and that land which used to be KTM is will now be used for development of a joint venture btw Malaysia and Singapore.

        • anonymous says:

          50 sen dah

  25. eagle says:


    Summed up here are the good things the govt has done for us or just simply the good things here in the country for us rakyat to appreciate. Please add on…

    1. Free primary and secondary school
    2. Free text book(on loan)
    3. Free tertiary education(if student is serious and score well)
    4. Free/cheap public healthcare(for everybody irregardless of standard including foreigners)
    5. Cheap KTM/monorail/STAR/PUTRA transport
    6. Cheap tax rate(compared to other countries)
    7. Cheap funding for business (FSMI2, fund for food etc)
    8. Friendly loan structure(CGC assisted guarantee)
    9. Business friendly banking sector(low interest rate past 15 years (since 1997 currency crisis)
    10. Low road tax
    11. Subsidised fuel
    12. Subsidised sugar. flour etc
    13. Peace in the country where even foreigners are flocking in for work
    14. Generosity where even various races are given own school and funded by public money.
    15. Free TV
    16. Nice weather all year round
    17. Cheap and tasty foods, available 24-7, 365
    18. No earthquake, volcano, extreme weathers
    19. Relatively cheap housing
    20. Beautiful natural environment
    21. Friendly govt services, even immigration and police smile at you unlike in other countries.
    22. Cheap utility services.
    23. Many free wifi for public use (eg. KLIA). In Heathrow, you pay.
    24. No VAT (yet?)
    25. Freedom that exceeds other countries. No more ISA.
    27. warm friendly people
    28. great natural landscape
    29. value for money holidays
    30. vast greenery environment friendly
    31. abundance of fruits
    32. multicultural food
    33. free open house all year round
    34. leaders welcome rakyat face2face

    35. Independence of the Judiciary

    36. Cheap rental under KPKT housing scheme for the rakyat(around RM250pm for a 2-3 rooms apartment). As compared to commercial rate, a room itself cost RM300 rental. Low-mid end end apartment RM600+-

    37. Free accommodation and training for the needy under numerous religious agency like JAIS, PERKIM

    38. Courses for the 2nd generation felda settlers, where some are even paid attendance allowance

    39. Widely successful FELDA, RISDA, FELCRA scheme where they have transformed many lives of kampung people upward.

    40. General elections every 4-5 years compared to other countries

    41. Malaysia top 2 champion in badminton and squash in the World. In the World.
    42. Can get legitimate 100% loan financing for car purchase
    43. Cheap subsidised low cost housing for those deserving.
    44. forced savings via EPF and it pays interest of close to double of the 12 months FD rate. Can take out fully some more come retirement(unlike some other country).
    45. Can go anywhere and protest legally within the new law structure
    46. SSPN tax rebate of RM3k to encourage savings for children
    47. EPF monthly withdrawal scheme to assist people in owning first houses.

    Living in Malaysia is nice
    Choose Malaysia, choose BN

    • Anonymous says:

      It’s really hypocritical for Dr Mahathir to try to distance UMNO and himself from the firebrand Ibrahim Ali. Dr Mahathir personally endorses Perkasa and was actually present when the lunatic called for the burning of Bibles. Why didn’t our ex- PM sanction Ali earlier. Now that all right thinking Malaysians and the opposition have expressed their disgust, Dr Mahathir comes up with his comments against burning the Holy Scriptures. This is pure sham and hypocrisy. However, to give him some credit, at least he expresses his resentment against the burning of Bibles, albeit delayed. What is worst is the cowardly silence of our PM and DPM on this issue that has great concerns for Christians in Malaysia. How can the PM call himself a champion of moderation in the global scene?

    • Anonymous says:

      BN does not need the money to buy airtime from any of the television or radio stations to get its messages out to the electorate because it “owns” these stations.

      BN does not pay to advertise in any of the mainstream media. It “owns” these media, too.

      Billboards? Nope. Maybe BN pays for the construction of the board and the artwork but not the rental of space.

      So no television or radio ads to buy, no media ads to buy too, so what does BN do with the cash in hand?

      You must not forget the buntings and the banners, but then how many millions are needed? And that is if they pay the printers at all.

      So what does Umno do with the millions if not billions of ringgits in hand? Two words – money politics.

      And lots of money are needed to win Selangor for Najib. Yes for Najib, not for BN or Umno’s political survival. Money is needed in the billions to bring back Selangor into the fold.

      The sooner Pakatan deals with this reality, the better prepared it will be to face the general election and the state election in Selangor.

      • Anonymous says:

        and for Pakatan to retain Selangor, they have to hire people like you to come here and spread lies to confuse the people. oh RM3 billion in overseas bank accounts help too.

      • Anonymous says:

        Aiseh Anonymous at 11:07 am,

        There’s so much cakap tak serupa bikin, janji tak di tepati, lintang pukang, tunggang langgang in Selangor that the voters are propelled to drop Pakatan and vote BN at PRU13.

        Garbage problem, clogged drains problem, causing flash floods problem, problem of pot holes on roads in housing areas. But worst of all is the no water problem in certain districts. Imagine, housewives in 4 storey walk-up flats in Seri Kembangan, Serdang, Ampang and such areas having to carry pails of water from water tankers up the stairs for bathing their kids, cook and wash clothes. Not enough stamina to carry water to bathe themselves also. Day in and day out fuming mad, vent up feelings and frustrated with Selangor Fuckatan Rakyat gomen.

        And those not affected by water problem talk about Talamgate, PR people making money out of sand mining approvals, stealing sand, cheating on sand quantities etc. Yet others were aghast at UniSel problems the students, contractors, sub-contractors, and suppliers of all kinds of services have to face.

        The Indians curse PR gomen regarding temples relocation even the destruction of a few. The Malays and other Muslims got disgusted with MB Khalid Ibrahim letting go the Methodist Church Damansara Utama attempting to proselytize 12 Muslim women invited to “berbuka puasa during a fasting month in a church”, then apologizing to the Pastor even before the State Religious Dept JAIS completed its investigation report.

        Only the Chinese seem to benefit, with all sorts of massage parlours, refloxology and what have you, unlicensed lodging and gambling houses of all kinds, illegal and backyard factories paying hush hush money but don’t have to put up proper structures for doing business. They benefit a lot because they berani – willing to take risks of being fined, and they don’t get fined because they always “kao tim” with the enforcement officers or have secret societies, thugs and gangsters prowling their areas of operation.

        But not all Chinese benefit or want to partake in such immoral and illegal ways of making money. Most are decent, law abiding and Constitution respecting citizens. These are pro-BN, and the Fuckatan Chinese supporters are lesser in number. Now that the Malays and others in the Klang Valley who voted Fuckatan at PRU12 out of disgust with Tun Dol are now saying they have seen enough of PR and want to get back to voting BN, those ads, campaign tools and paraphernalia are just for the carnival atmosphere not really for winning votes.

        Do you understand?

  26. Anonymous says:

    where’s the Omega watch ? here watch this

  27. Datuk Aku punya Parti says:

    I was so shocked by eagle who said that u can rent a 2-3 room apartment for 250rpm!! That is so cheap!! In Singapore, a one room rental is about 500-800 SGD per month!! Malaysians who hates BN are a crazy bunch!!

    Then you have free tv somemore. In Singapore, we used to pay for a tv license. Ridiculous right? And its for free to air channels!! The PAP decided to scrap it like last year.

    And your petrol is subsidized by govt. What else this PKR goons want? Tak bersyukur sak!! Try living in Singapore lah PKR goons. Talk so much, complain and complain!! And its PKR idiots who hates Singaporeans alot. Not BN people.

    • Anonymous says:

      BN is so compassionate
      That cheap rental also, under the KPKT scheme for the needy
      , when not paid amounting in years were not actively enforced upon, some due compassionate grounds.

      Btw of course there are some who takes advantage, though they have the money….

      Worse still if they are PR slanted.

      Thats why we must practise a thank you culture more and more. That should be our compass.

    • Fakin' Fake Calvin says:

      Here’s a bigger shock. You can actually buy an RPR unit for approximately RM250 per month smack in KL. No doubt it is rather modest in size at around 650 – 700psf but hey, it’s yours. And I have Chinese & Indian friends who got them as well. So race is not a consideration for welfare if you’re genuinely in need of assistance.

      • Anonymous says:

        And political preference is not a factor as well, compared to other states which require being a member of a party first before being accorded basic benefits.

        BN is indeed a magnanimous party.

        Is PR the same ?

        • Anonymous says:

          Is PR a party?
          Since they are not officially registered, with a common agreements in law.

          If one to think, how fragile it is since this coalition with no unifying agreements is seeking Putrajaya, the site which at one time ago, if not mistaken was branded as a waste of money.

  28. Datuk Aku punya Parti says:

    Wow Calvin!! Thats quite an info!! Thanks!! 250 ringgit for an apartment in KL? This is great man!! What else? Please man!!

    • A says:

      Calvin is an impostor, using some one else’s blogging name – he is is a fake. Whatever he says is also fake.

      RM250 may not even get a rumah haram or setingan acomodation in KL. Rumah setingan is practically nor more around.

      • Fakin' Fake Calvin says:

        Brader, Calvin Sankaran is an impostor. Me? Just driving home the point that CS is fake. As for the RPR for approx 250, that’s true. 2 room apartments around 600+ sf. Pretty small & cramped but it is still home for the poor. The apartments are managed & sold by Syarikat Perumahan Negara Bhd.

        Previously, when SPNB gave financing for the units, the monthly repayments are even lower, around 150. This year onwards, SPNB has decided not to provide financing. Instead, financing is now managed by panel banks including CIMB & Maybank thus the higher interest rate & repayment.

      • The Real Rakyat says:


        Calvin Sankaran a Fakin’ Fake Calvin os another fella who is aping tis.monkey using Calvin’s name. but it is true you can get a low cost unit for.just that much after dbkl sewa is only ard rm 124 a month only

  29. Troopers says:

    Yeah, “Clean” DAP? The worst offender is not the previous government who might have taken bribe, its the current DAP that always portray itself as a clean and angelic party.

    • anonymous says:

      rupa rupanya product package dia lagi inferior

      kotak jee cantik dengan bunga bunga

      bukak kotak baru tau…..

      warranty kosong jee

      banyak pandai helah salesman talk

  30. linpehkong says:

    I said it before and I repeat it like a broken record.
    The only difference between BN and the so called opposition in regards to corruption is.
    BN has been in power and yes there are abuses. The opposition did not have the opportunity to steal and be corrupt as yet before 2008. But the minute they are in power – they will be worse and more cunning thieves and more corrupt.
    They have been watching a learning how not to do things in a way that cannot be easily detected by others.
    This expose proves my point.

  31. Kelepuk says:

    Penyokong PR percaya jer yang BN bagi IC kat orang di Sabah untuk dapat undi.

    Baru sehari dua ni aku bancuh sorang. Aku kata alasan bagi kerakyatan untuk suruh orang undi tak masuk akal. Kalau orang orang tu kemudiannya jadi penyokong pembangkang di PRU seterusnya tak kebala. Idea bodoh macam ni sesuai untuk orang bodoh macam Anuwar.

    Pertama: Manalah BN boleh tahu orang tu undi BN semasa pengundian? Orang tu dalam kubikel undi sorang sorang.

    Manalah tau PR dah bagi dorang RM50 untuk undi PR (Perlu di ketahui Anuwar bapak Politik Wang). Dah rugi BN penat penat bagi dorang IC tapi tak tau apa dorang pangkah dalam kubikel.

    Lagi DAP guna tektik lama: Kalau makcik dan pakcik tak suka DAP, pangkah DAP dalam kotak ya!

    Kedua: No. siri kertas undi boleh di kaitkan dengan no IC.
    Kata kawan aku yang PR tu dia pernah jaga tempat mengundi. No siri kertas undi tu boleh di kaitkan dengan No IC. Aku kata jadi? Boleh ke kerajaan bertindak atas orang yang undi pembangkang tu? Pukul? Penjara? Lucut kerakyatan? Dah tentu tak boleh.

    Idea asal saja dah bodoh gila. Patut ke rakyat terima tuduhan yang langsung tak masuk akal.

    Kalau pejabat Pendaftaran ada buat silap siasat dan bawa kemahkamah. Mengapa buat cerita bodoh? sekarang semua ada dalam komputer untuk maklumat kita setiap seorang. Boleh lah kita kata banyak maklumat peribadi kita dah kita serah ke kerajaan.

  32. Anonymous says:

    No trolling for ungrateful dogs which bite the hand that fed them !

  33. Anonymous says:

    Eagle. You are right. The BN did a lot for the country.
    The Singapore Government lost US$108 Billions (RM350 Billions) on Wall Street in October 2008. Not a squeak to ask them to quit. It was an administrative error. No Government quits because of administrative errors concerning money because the mandate was given to Governments by the voters.

    • Mansur says:

      Kerajaan BN memang satu kerajaan yang sangat prihatin sehingga sanggup memberi tanah KTM kepada kerajaan Singapura.

      Tetapi sebelum tu Lee Kuan Yew datang ke KL dan berjumpa dengan Rosmah pada tahun 2009 selepas Najib jadi PM.

      Lee Kuan Yew masa itu membisik kepada Rosmah ” I know what you did last summer, hehe ”

      Cerita seterusnya, tanah KTM dan bangunan di Tanjung Pagar Singapura pun ditukar hak milik kepada kerajaan Singapura.

      • Anonymous says:


        Apa kau merepek ni? Kau pergi kedai kopi lagi ya?

        Orang yang ada sini semua sekolah tinggi. En Mansor kalau nak bercerita tolong bagi fakta.

        Tanah KTMB di Singapura itu di pajakkan kepada Persekutuan Tanah Melayu untuk selama 999 tahun sebagai kegunaan keretapi. Kalau tanah tu tak di gunakan ianya di pulang kembali ke Singapura.

        Oleh itu kata En. Mansur tanah Malaysia. Itu dah salah.

        Pesan saya, tolong lah jangan bawa perbualan kedai kopi di sini. Buat malu dan membodohkan diri sendiri.

        Kalau PR rajin mengapa tak lawan hal ni di Dewan Rakyat? Ke En Mansor lagi pandai dari pemimipin PR?

        Ni baca faktanya : xttp://

        *Taruk x kat http tu pasal msg nanti lambat keluar kena tapis. Bimbang En. Mansor tak faham lak.

      • Datuk Aku punya Parti says:

        Mansur,kau bodoh eh? Cakap apa nie kau? Itu KTM Singapura kan dorang nak demolish then majukan into a partnership of Singapore and Malaysia nanti boleh buat business. Mana kau baca pasal hal lain lak nie? Kau pergi kedai kopi Pak Leman eh belajar cakap mcm haram jadah nie?

        Instead kau maybe tak tau nie mungkin pasal kau bukan orang warga Singapura. But kasi aku educatekan kau apa kau harus tau. Lee Kuan Yew sebenarnya tau yang Anwar Al Juburi kau tu telah meliwat. And trust me, LKY is a damn serious person. He have his sources punya. Walaupun aku tak suka sangat dgn LKY nie tapi aku trust dia when he meant business like this.

        Then Al Juburi dapat tau then dia threaten untuk sue LKY by saying “LKY, I see you in court”. That was in 2010. Skrg dah dua tahun takde bunyi pun nie Al Juburi. Apasal takut? Takut kalah kes ah tu. BODOH MANSUR!!

        • The Real Rakyat says:


          TABIK SPRING!!! I may not have much affinity for Singaporeans eventhough i spent 4 years dealing with Singaporeans down south years ago but with forward thinking amd actually decent Singaporeans like yourself i have to.just say you are indeed a breath of fresh air!! once again TABIK SPRING!!!

          p.s. please don’t think i’m racist or anything but alot of singaporeans i’ve dealt wit are just plain a**holes even if i’m a chinese fella but just doesn’t speak chinese.

          • Datuk Aku punya Parti says:

            Maaf ye The Real Rakyat, apakah maksud Tabik Spring? I’m new here and I might not know certain loghat or short form Malaysia but I’m learning.

            Anyway, if you guys need any clarification from our Singapore side, I will be there to verify anything just like how I verify how true PKR cyber trooper such as Mansur’s thrash and lies is.

            I love BN and I seriously feel only BN people dont hate Singapore. As for your bad experience with Singaporeans, I think most average Singaporeans are ok but they just dont like foreign workers. That I feel is the PAP’S fault as they let in nearly 2 million foreign workers working in Singapore.

            Then what about the local Singaporean who got no jobs? Thats why I feel its just an angst to see a foreigner working in Singapore. But trust me, most of us are OK people 🙂

            And honestly, atleast BN does not allow a large number of foreigners to work in Singapore. Most Singaporeans felt betrayed by the Singapore government of letting in the ‘invasion’.

    • anonymous says:

      what has PR in Selangor done

      or undone

      lets start with the simple thing like water

  34. JasTen says:

    There are many issues that are dear to the Chinese that a brain-dead MCA cannot comprehend. These issues are staring at the MCA in the face, yet the MCA remains clueless, let alone champion them.

    MCA cannot even dream up a blueprint to upgrade Chinese rights in the country to be on par with the rest of the races.

    To the MCA, meritocracy, equal rights, a level playing field, equal opportunities and freedom of worship are not important enough or worth fighting for. The Chinese are comfortable enough and do not need to enjoy such rights.

    But the MCA insists that Chinese support the MCA unconditionally, and not changing the status quo or making so many unreasonable demands. The Chinese are supposed to swallow their pride and stop fidgeting for change.

    Today, the Chinese feel betrayed by the MCA. To them, the last 50 years have been the dark ages, and many are dying to escape into the light.

    • Anonymous says:

      what took you so long to come here to mislead the readers ? without the MCA, Chinese schools would have long gone. without the MCA, there would be no Rahman College and Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman. what has the DAP done for the Chinese community ? how many Chinese schools have the DAP build for the Chinese community ?
      the MCA had never, have never and will never demand that the Chinese community support them unconditionally. the MCA only ask that the Chinese evaluate their options before they cast their votes.
      it is the DAP that demands that the Chinese support them unconditionally.

      • linpehkong says:

        I absolutely agree with Anon — Tell us what the biaDAP party has done for Malaysian all these while.
        All they have done is complain and cause other races to look at anything MCA has done for the Chinese with suspicion. After the big gain by DAP in the 1969 elections – did DAP managed to set up a U for the Chinese.
        Totally biased and illogical thinking. He better sleep on election day — it will be better for the Chinese.

    • Fakin' Fake Calvin says:

      I’m Chinese & baptised a Catholic since I was an infant. I didn’t get any scholarship despite my results whereas my bumiputera friends got them to take up engineering, medicine etc even with inferior results to mine.

      That didn’t stop me from making the most of my opportunities in this blessed country. Mum & dad were low ranked civil servants who were unable to send me to a private college. In fact, dad even qualified for BR1M as their collective pensions are less than 3k.

      I’ve never felt oppressed on the basis of my race or religion in this country. I also don’t see why the agitation for change as there are more opportunities now for welfare assistance compared to 15 years ago where even PTPTN wasn’t around yet. If you are genuinely poor & in poverty, I don’t see why the government will help you stand on your two feet.

      To say PR will bring a wind of change that will lead to the betterment of our lives is callous & irresponsible. We’ve seen the change brought by PR. The non development of Kelantan for two decades is legendary. The water woes, mismanagement of UNISEL, Talam bailout, illegal sand mining, mushrooming spas & internet gambling centres, waste collection issues etc all happened since PR took over Selangor. Kedah’s woes are well documented to the extent that the MB denies blatant land clearing & even planned to charge for irrigation water to fill the state’s depleting coffers. The pearl of PR’s state, Penang is currently undergoing a wave of uncontrolled development to the detriment of the environment & living quality. Lets no even started on all the fights LGE seems determined to battle with all & sundry against him.

      At the end of it, if I itch for change, I will choose an evolving government. One that is beginning to change. One that is listening to the grassroots. One that is open to changes that were unthinkable in the past. One that is firmly adopting a paradigm shift.

      I won’t vote for one that promises change yet unable to even be flexible in their party dealings. That would be a disaster of epic proportions for the country.

    • The Real Rakyat says:


      so you are saying that DAP will bring change and progress?? YES!! I sokong DAP with my wholeheart and soul!! i worship DAP and kiss the ground that DAP walks on and does its job with such unequalled strength, wisdom and finesse!! no one else can come close to DAP and its just and fair policies! !

      Eh kawan just wanna check ah?? this is DAP as in Developer’s Association of Penang ah?? coz if it was the other one then sorry wrong support club leh!!

    • Anonymous says:

      CSL is desperate. He is getting pessimistic on Barisan’s chances in GE13. Anything that may shove up support is better than none.
      On the contrary, I bet Bursa would do better in the medium term, discounting external factors. Any cleaner and more transparent Government would attract investors naturally.

      Maybe CSL has a big stake in Bursa through his nominees, just like most of his senior colleagues sitting in the Cabinet. They would be the biggest losers, not anyone else.Honestly, I cannot be botherted even if Bursa were to lose 1000 points. Nothing like a healthy correction when the market is propped up by the cronies.

      • Anonymous says:

        you sound desperate. even on a Sunday, you come to the office to work. looks like the workload is getting heavier for you. now you use anonymous as your name. ah you’re running out of names ha ? right ha ?

  35. Benaiki says:

    As the 13th general elections looms, many people are wondering what the impact will be on the financial markets in Malaysia in the event of a Pakatan win. Well, there is no precedent in Malaysia. We never had a change of federal government – one of the very few countries left in the world that hasn’t had a change of government.

    However, we can use precedence from other countries around the region. Let’s look at Indonesia. In 1998, General Suharto was overthrown after 33 years in power. At least a million people went to the streets and demanded his overthrow. The ensuing chaos led to his resignation.

    The Jakarta Composite Index (JKSE) dropped to a low of 245. Five years after his downfall, the JKSE doubled, and another five years later, it reached 900 percent appreciation, and currently it stands at a record high of 1,700 percent appreciation. That means, if you had invested RM10,000 in Jakarta stocks at the height of the revolution, it would be worth RM180,000 today. Not a bad investment.

    Let’s look at Thailand. The Thai SET Stock Index Chart shows that the Index has reached a record 5-year high today and has been climbing consistently for the last 4 years despite the chaos in Bangkok in May 2010 and the subsequent general elections in July 2011, where the Pheu Thai Party defeated the Democrat Party of PM Abhisit.

    Let’s look at Taiwan. In the year 2000, Chen Shui-bian won a historic election in Taiwan, breaking the Kuomintang’s 55-year monopoly on power. In 2004, the pro-Independence Chen stood for re-election. He – and his vice-presidential candidate – were shot during a re-election campaign, at the same time China amassed warships around the islands threatening to attack if the people voted for him. He won anyway.

    The TSEC chart shows that the market reacted to the events but it never fails to bounce back.

    Let’s look at South Korea. In 1980, martial law was declared. This was followed by the Kwangju massacre. By 1997, 1 million people flood the streets to demand General Chun Doo Hwan’s resignation. He eventually did. After he stepped down, President Roh-Tae-woo took over followed by another four presidents. All through this time, the markets were hitting new heights . Today the KOSPI is at a 25-year high.

    So history shows us that revolutions and change of governments presents great ‘buying opportunities’ for stocks. It’s good for the markets and good for investment. Stay tuned for the greatest stock buying opportunity of all time. In Malaysia.

    • Anonymous says:

      you didn’t mention that many lives were lost. the price the Chinese in Indonesia paid for regime change.
      you didn’t mention that families in Korea were wracked by the financial crisis, that Koreans had to surrender their national sovereignty to the International Monetary Fund, that jobs were lost.
      and Taiwan, 8 lost years under Chen Shui Bian. and countless crises with China.
      as for Thailand, now it is virtually a crony state of the Shinawatra family.

      • anonymous says:

        yeah what a lousy rationale ie
        good to let market crash

        whatever it is their own trooper has indeed agreed that the market will crash or chaos should Pakatan takes over…..


  36. Zohara says:

    Many people feared at the time that the so-called 6P Malaysia programme was some kind of voter registration exercise, along the lines of the notoriousProject IC in Sabah.

    Touted as a sudden amnesty by the BN government for illegal foreign workers, the programme (which lasted from July 2011-April 2012) allowed the immigrants to declare themselves and pay a fee for an official permit to stay on for two years.

    However, Sarawak Report has learnt through agents hired to process the permits that the main purpose of the exercise was to raise funds for BN’s election war chest.
    Under the programme over 372,000 foreign workers were rounded up from fields, factories and construction sites and bussed into registration centres. They or their employers were then required to pay up to RM4,000 each for the permits to avoid deportation and the money was specifically required in cash.

    • Anonymous says:

      and Sarawak Report happens to be a pro opposition site. L O L !

    • The Real Rakyat says:


      Hello DAP cybertrooper you mau tipu sape?? i was involved in the 6P program since the beginning you wanna lie to who?? there is no rm6k fee only rm375 (if not mistaken) which is the maximum that can be charged of which the agency gets about half of that amount. i know some agents charged as high as rm 1.5k per head but only the govt share was paid to the govt the rest was pure profit to the agencies. i know of one agency which made a cool.rm1.5mil in profit in just 2 weeks doing this. so really rm4k and all to govt??

      nice story there trooper but it’s so full of holes and leaking badly

  37. Bikin Panas says:

    Bekas pemandu kepada pelakon Zahida Rafik hari ini dipanggil ke Suruhanjaya Pencegahan Rasuah Malaysia (SPRM).

    Beliau yang ditemani Pengerusi Biro Undang-undang PKR Latheefa Koya serta ibu saudaranya, yang juga penyanyi terkenal tahun 1980-an, Dayangku Intan memasuki bangunan SPRM di Putrajaya kira-kira jam 10 pagi.

    Latheefa yang ditemui pemberita di luar bangunan SPRM berkata, beliau percaya Azman dipanggil berhubung kes dakwaannya sebelum ini yang melibatkan Zahida dan Menteri Pembangunan Luar Bandar dan Wilayah Datuk Seri Shafie Apdal.

    “Saya tak tahu kenapa dia dipanggil. Tapi saya percaya benda ni ada kaitan dengan dakwaan dia sebelum ini tentang Shafie dan Zahida. Kena tunggulah,” katanya.

    Pada 16 Mei tahun lalu, Azman dilaporkan mendakwa, beliau pernah menemani Zahida untuk memasukkan duit berjumlah RM1 juta yang didakwa diberikan oleh Shafie.

    Shafie dan Zahida sebelum ini telah menafikan dakwaan Azman dan PKR serta mengugut akan menyaman pihak-pihak yang didakwa cuba menfitnah mereka.

    Sementara itu, Azman bersama Latheefa keluar dari bangunan SPRM kira-kira jam 1.17 tengahari.

    Pada sidang media yang diadakan selepas itu, Latheefa memberitahu, Azman dipanggil ke SPRM sebagai saksi dalam kes melibatkan dakwaan Zahida terhadap bekas pemandunya itu.

    • Anonymous says:

      oi kalau nak orang percaya, sila bagi nama bank dimana duit it dimasukkan. RM1 juta konon. kamu ingat kita semua ni apa ? kalau nak bohong, kalau nak menipu biar pandai sikit. cis !

    • The Real Rakyat says:

      bikin panas,

      you punya story no sense la!! takde bank akan accept cash rm 1 juta WITHOUT verifying from where the source!! amount duit yg byk samada keluar atau masuk akan direkod Bank Negara dan red flag sehingga dpt buktikan bukan illegal money la bangang!! meaning duit masuk tp freeze selagi takde bukti bukan duit haram esp if money is from politician. sbb tu kalau politician nak open account dia classify sbg high risk.customer cautious account opening.

      senang cite la kalau betul cite ni Bank Negara akan ada rekod transaction dia so mana mau lari??

      • anonymous says:

        even 30k deposit punya bank tanya
        must be aware of AMLA – anti money laundering act

        • The Real Rakyat says:

          Anon 2;37

          Yup you are right bro!!…any large amounts of money in or out bank will always question under AMLA….just to ensure not dubious accounting…..any politician is classified as high risk customer…..which is why the bank manager and staff who opened and approved Khir Toyol’s bank loan was sacked bcoz did not follow protocol…

  38. ExDAP says:

    With over 100+ comments most fromPR troopers tried to divert the main topic of DAP seeking funds/bribes in penang.

    Please note….
    the topic is DAP seeking funds/bribes.
    If you troopers still dont understand…


  39. Craven A says:

    The DAP is just a version of Singapore’s PAP without Lee Kuan Yew’s double starred First Law degree from Cambridge and maybe a Third Class in the Bar Finals London. It took Lee Kuan Yew 55 year one man rule of Singapore to bungle their Foreign Policy on Thailand, 2 child family Policy, lose US$108 Billions (RM350 Billions) in October 2008 on Wall Street, muck up the Judiciary System, not practise humanity and multiculturalism, give luscious contracts for the importation of 5,000 pigs, etc. and of course, Lee Kuan Yew is still there for the next 10 years.

  40. KGB says:

    YB Tan Sri Dato Seri Dr Chan Ah Chye, JP, LLD. DD. where are you ? No speeache !

  41. Jimmy Pang says:

    DAP did nothing for the Malaysian Chinese. How to do anything when they were in Opposition for 44 years. They are just a bunch of political opportunists from Singapore !

  42. The Real Rakyat says:

    Datuk 12;05,

    Tabik spring means I respect you very much…….as for the singaporeans bits I do have singaporean frens as well which I still contact till today nice decent fellas….but some of this chinese fellas are just plain a**holes really….I’m chinese but of a mixed parentage and to make it worse I can’t speak chinese or in this case the singapore chinafied mandarin….so they kinda look down on me coz i no speak the language……truth is most malaysians speak cantonese more than mandarin……only those who are chinese school educated speak mandarin….hence why TVB programs are extrememly popular here….

    • Anonymous says:

      what is funny here is that these Chinese school graduates are the first to imitate, to ape westerners. yet they call themselves Chinese. you just have to hear them speak English. they can’t speak the language properly yet they insist on speaking it. the joke is that they should improve their command of English with regular usage yet most of them, even after years of “speaking” English, they still can’t speak the language properly. when it comes to writing, its even worse. you want proof ? just look at the comments of opposition folks on this site. for further confirmation, visit opposition sites on the Internet. their command of the English language is atrocious yet they think they have class just by throwing English words here and there.

  43. Datuk Aku punya Parti says:

    TRR 10.14,

    I see, in Singapore its like there. Most people here they like to look up amongst themselves. I guess its the confidence or status that Singapore brings about? Plus the goverment here always make it a point that mandarin is important here hence implementing policies such as “Speak Mandarin Campaign”.

    Honestly speaking most Singaporean chinese here can’t really speak Mandarin very well but they think they are champions of the language. You can even see Chinese B or simplified Chinese in exams in schools here. It is quite ridiculous here but its actually quite a worrying trend here. Many more Chinese students here are taking the Chinese B exams(An easier Moter Tongue exam but not recognised in national standards). So the next time if a Singapore Chinese look down on u TRR, tell him atleast Malaysian Chinese dont have such a thing called Chinese B exams.

    And as a guy with mix or should I say rojak family mix, I must say that I can speak some Mandarin but not fluent like water. And I’m a mix of Chinese plus Banjar and Indonesian Javanese mix. Take note my Chinese mix is not Singaporean Chinese but Mainland China as thats where my heritage is from 🙂

  44. The Real Rakyat says:


    it’s interesting to know that you too are of mix parentage as well!! however in my case my chinese background is from the baba’s of malacca the original baba’s as they call so i mean 500 years of no chinese speaking so we can’t speaking now can we? hahaha

  45. Datuk Aku punya Parti says:


    Oh yes, Baba Nyonyas I know. Singapore also have. The Peranakans we called them here. But in Singapore they speak Bahasa Melayu rather than Chinese. So I kind of understand what you are experiencing. Do you often speak Malay at home too?

    In Malaysia I know of some Baba Nyonyas like Florence and Charmaine Pooh(forgive my mispelling?) We have their cookshow called ‘Dapur Nyonya) here on our Suria Channel. The food looks delicious too by the way. 🙂

  46. Ken says:

    Almost none of you provide proper facts to convince voters to sway either way. Most of you were just busy attacking each opinions that doesn’t agree with your own standings and insulting each other’s intelligence(which reveals your level of intelligence) instead of providing solid and meaningful opinions on your own stand.

    To me, almost nothing here are facts but merely speculations and yet most of you are proud of it.

    This place is a total waste of time for fence sitters like me. Good luck in moving into a politically mature society.

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