How Can The DAP Ever Be Trusted?

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  1. Anonymous says:

    Which politicians can be trusted?

    Those in Putrajaya?

    Those like Donald Trump?

    Or Vladimir Putin?

  2. Anonymous says:

    Can UMNO leaders be trusted?

    If so, why is the 1MDB issue still not resolved?

    And why is the Auditor General’s report on the 1MDB accounts not revealed to the public, instead made a secret under OSA?

    • Anonymous says:

      Will the same tv3 reporter ask mo1 about 1mdb and 2.6billion ? umno is trying to detour people’s attention away from 1mdb and 2.6 billion and uses its slaves, tv3, rtm, utusan, bh, nst to do the work for them. Cheap fellows and they deserve this harsh treatment for people have no respect for them. These idiots who are dedak eaters are justifying mo1’s 1mdb . It is sad to see how the malay leadership is cheating the malays without feeling any shame and guilt. The media fellows know that but being dedak eaters they are in cohort with them to cheat their own race.

      • a says:

        As fr as cheating is concerned, almost everybody in the country is cheated – all races.

        Keep on whcking the 1MDB affair and Make sure you get as many as possible to vote against them at PRU14, vote in the Opposition, then only can hope for court cases on 1MDB in Malaysia.

  3. a says:

    I admit having changed my stand from not liking the Opposition to now supporting it because the situation is so dire.

    With the 1MDB scandal, rampant corruption, damn unpopular GST, its exploitation by trader and endless rising prices and the Najib government not doing anything to control it, the low income finding it extremely difficult to make ends meet – no alternative but to change the leadership of the country.

    No question of trust any more. The evidence of incompetent rule is stark clear. Najib and UMNO/BN must be toppled at PRU14.

  4. Anonymous says:

    Interesting bit of news:

    Tun Dr Mahathir said at a press conference after a DAP-organized “Save Malaysia” forum that the opposition will still lose in the general election to BN even if PPBM joins a coalition led by PAS, Dr Mahathir Mohamad said.

    “Their arithmetic is not right,” Tun said, in response to a question whether his party was amenable to the proposal.

    Recently, several PAS leaders had urged PPBM to leave the Pakatan Harapan (PH) coalition that consisted of DAP, PKR and Amanah to join their bloc.

    This was after PPBM deputy president Mukhriz meeting senior PAS leaders to persuade them to take on BN in straight fights.

    The former prime minister said there would still be three-cornered fights with PH, BN and the PAS-led bloc if PPBM left.

    Mahathir said PPBM was still hoping PAS would join the opposition to collectively take on BN.

    My comment: What Tun said should also please the Chinese voters who are not committed to supporting BN.

  5. a says:

    So much corruption in Malaysia that Indonesian Embassy officials in KL may be taking some lessons. Yet Indonesia was damn corrupt even since Sukarno days.
    Maybe Malaysia is heading Indonesia way under Najib days –

    FMT reports an official at the Indonesian Embassy in Kuala Lumpur was detained for graft after being kept under surveillance for several months.

    Indonesia’s Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) arrested the suspect at his office in Kuala Lumpur yesterday before raiding his house in the city where they also seized several documents.

  6. Anonymous says:

    Who can be trusted? DAP or who? Make sure the Qatar funds reach the Rohingyas, not go into somebody’s bank account, then claim to also be from Saudi royal family –

    Qatar funds Rohingya project
    The Star Online

    DOHA: Malaysia has Qatar’s support in its humanitarian project to help the Rohingya community, said Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi.

  7. Anonymous says:

    The Gerakan blokes don’t know Teuku Adnan wants Penang to be Federal Territory, eh? What nonsense are they talking, asking Guan Eng to save Penang –

    Save Penang first, Gerakan tells Guan Eng
    Malay Mail Online

  8. Anonymous says:

    Lee Chong Wei said he was ready to quit from the Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM) after pulling out from next month’s All-England tournament due to injury.

    Latuk Drug or Latuk Doper, last time can blame big shot wife gave him the dope. This time already aware of slippery mat go get himself injured. We suspect body getting old reflexes & response are aging. Next time “cannot dance go blame the flour is uneven”.

    Just pack up and quit gracefully. But you can’t, can you? Top players like Lin Dan and Chen Long don’t play as many ranked tournaments as you do just to be “World No. 1” and only to fail to win Gold at the biggest tournaments.

  9. a says:

    This blog post asks, “How Can The DAP Ever Be Trusted?” The Malaysia Chronicle news heading below asks

    GET REAL, WHO WOULD EVER TRUST NAJIB & UMNO AGAIN: PUT GLCs UNDER PARLIAMENT’S OVERSIGHT …
    Malaysia Chronicle

    I rest my case.

  10. Mubarak Chan says:

    Ladies & Gentlemen, Is the Singaporean Trojan Horse DAP trustworthy ?

    Here are three instances for you to judge.

    1. In 1997, if the DPM had taken a holiday in the United States, he would have returned as the Honourable Prime Minister. One Easy Step.
    2. In 2008, if the 32 Aduns had been sorted out BEFORE and NOT AFTER the 12th GE, the DAP would have been in Putrajaya since. One Easy Step
    3. In 2013, if the DAP and their Opposition colleagues had boycotted the 13th GE and announced a 100 day fast to the death like Mahatma Gandhi, the DAP would have won since May 2013. One Easy Step.

    But the Singaporean Trojan Horse DAP preferred to be a social worker to celebrate over 50 years of success. It has now joined the TROIKA of MISTAKES !

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