Move Aside Dr M, We Prefer Someone A LOT Younger!

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  1. Najib Put Old Ones to Mess Up In Felda, Etc says:

    Yeah, “We Prefer Someone A LOT Younger!”

    And Najib announced an said External audit firm to probe KLVC project being developed by Synergy Promenade Sdn Bhd (SPSB) on land belonging to FELDA in Jalan Semarak.

    Last time an external audit firm was appointed for 1MDB it ended up with a farce in the “cari makan” Parliamentary Accounts Committee and the hiding of the Auditor General’s report on 1MDB accounts – hidden under the Official Secrets Act.

    • Najib Put Old Ones to Mess Up In Felda, Etc says:

      And the old one cakap pasal gaduh pulak –

      Nak cari gaduh boleh, tapi saya tak nak, kata Isa Samad
      Bernama

      • Anonymous says:

        instead of putting him into the Sungai Buloh camp,Isa was appointed as Land Public Transport Commission (SPAD) chairman even after the publicity of this mega Felda scandal; from this appointment,it is obvious that he was under the protection of the master. Isa is untouchable becoz he hold the key that could embroil the Kleptocrat in this Felda scandal . The ending story is predictable as the Kleptocrat gang won’t let the big can of worms exposed ! Unless ,now he prefers to be sacrificed!

      • Felda Settlers' Children Association (Anak) says:

        The second generation of Felda settler families is ready to choose Pakatan Harapan (PH) at GE14, saying poor management of the agency has burdened their lives for too long.

        “We need to make a change because there have been too many scandals and there are obviously weaknesses (in administration). My friends and I all want change. We will vote for a party other than Barisan Nasional (BN).

        “For too long our parents have been burdened with poor management that is the fault of Felda itself,” Jamaliah Musa, 50, told The Malaysian Insight.

        Jamaliah was one of 300 attendees at the launch of the Jelajah Selamatkan Felda (Save Felda roadshow) organised by the Felda Settlers’ Children Association (Anak), a group representing second generation settlers, in Felda Sungai Sayong, Kota Tinggi last night.

    • Anonymous says:

      “…Prime Minister Najib Razak challenged MCA to win at least 15 parliamentary seats in the next elections to justify the three cabinet posts the party holds….” 15 seats? HAHAHAHAHAHAH!! MCA will be lucky to hold onto its 7 seats!!! “…Gerakan president Mah Siew Keong said the party is confident of regaining Penang. …” Is this Mah Siew Keong fellow on drugs or something? The man is deluded!! A classic example of mental masturbation.

      • Anonymous says:

        马华民政2党运日趋衰弱,势单力薄,合併合作可行之策。

        否则,只有自生自灭了,不进而后必退必哀必亡矣!

        • Anonymous says:

          Despite being told in the past, the bloke comes out again with worm writing in a blog where the readers are used to BI or BM, possibly thinking his is a higher culture, not respecting the Constitution of the country Article 152 stating the National Language of the country is BM.

          He should read the following:

          The Myth of the Chinese Cultural Pre-eminence

          Ancient Chinese records aggrandized Chinese culture while at the same time denying the achievements of other cultures and races. Chinese historical documents had often been re-written, making it difficult to ascertain the truths.

          The burning of the books occurred not just over 2,000 years ago during Emperor Chin Shih Huang Di, but also in the 1960s during the so-called Cultural Revolution of Mao Zedong.

          Chinese history claimed China as the “Middle Kingdom”, others around them, and even far away, as “barbaric and uncivilized”.

          Those thinking theirs is a higher culture and others have a lower one must read what History Professor Wang Gung-Wu (formerly of Universiti Malaya, now in Singapore?) said in his essay “Early Ming Relations with S.E.Asia” pg. 36:

          “ … All peoples who believed that they alone were civilized did so because they thought their neighbours less civilized than themselves. This view was often proved wrong by subsequent contact with other civilized peoples.”

          Another academician, Albert Kolb, also pointed out in his book, “East Asia”, 1971,

          “For a long time, it (Chinese culture) was taken to be older, and possibly also richer in original features, than in fact it is”. (Pg 25).

          “Chinese culture cannot be thought of as originally Chinese because the Chinese themselves emerged gradually as a blend of many races and peoples”. (Pg 26).

          According to Professor Wolfram Eberhard, in his book “A History of China”, 1977, writings about ancient China were inventions of a later period, what were said to have been done by the Chinese rulers and the dates they were said to have been done appeared to be even later still. All these indicated that historical writings in China were meant to serve certain politico-ethical objectives.

          These are the words Professor Eberhard himself wrote:

          “Furthermore, we can now state with certainty that the historical data which were given in written documents for times down to 1,000 BC are false. They are the result of astronomical-astrological calculations, made by specialists of later times who pursued their own special political aims by doing these calculations”. (Pg 1).

          • Anonymous says:

            This blog has nothing to do with Constitution Article 152.

            Do not be too obsessed.

          • Anonymous says:

            This blog has nothing to do with Chinese writing either.

            Do not be ultra kiasu.

          • Anonymous says:

            Respect other readers – those who don’t know Chinese writing.

            Have decorum and decency.

            And good manners when in public. Like in STL.

        • Anonymous says:

          حركة الحزب مكا 2 هو الحصول على أضعف، عاجزة، والاندماج والتعاون هو سياسة ممكنة.
          وإلا، فقط التضحية بالنفس، لا ثم يجب التراجع حزين سيموت

          • Anonymous says:

            If you don’t like what is said in the reply, argue it out by giving facts and quoting professors like done in the reply above.

            It’s a waste of everybody’s time trying to argue in any language against the Constitution Article 152 on the use of Bahasa Malaysia because the Constitution was tabled in Parliament, argued and fully debated by the elected representatives of the people and approved as the highest set of laws in the country.

            If you cannot accept and respect the constitution of this country, including the sensitive articles that are protected under the Sedition Act and cannot be discussed let alone amended, migrate to countries whose constitution you accept and respect.

      • Anonymous says:

        The writing is on the wall. MCA and Gerakan both with colorful history of ups and downs, coming together, to share common problems of declining support and relevance. Of the two, one is supposedly a chinese and the other a multiracial. Merger will help to save costs, but already Najib is seeing 2 in one. The more poison being spilled over the urban constitutents the faster the erosion in the support. So both parties are caught between two hard rocks. One suggestion is to go head on with PAS incessant urge to influence, and that is a biggest threat since their birth.

    • Poor FELDA settlers of 1.2 million says:

      More pressing to the Felda settlers than the Semarak land issue are the huge debts they owe the agency and the poor upkeep of their smallholdings by Felda subsidiary, Felda Technoplant Sdn Bhd (FTP).

      Settlers’ groups said these everyday worries are what will rock the Felda vote spread out over 54 rural parliamentary seats in Peninsular Malaysia.

      Financial scandals such as the Jalan Semarak land sale and acquisition of overvalued hotel properties could intensify the anger of the settlers, especially those of the second generation, at the government.

      These scandals are campaign fodder for Pakatan Harapan (PH) which is making major inroads into Felda, thanks to former prime minister-turned opposition icon Dr Mahathir Mohamad.

      Zulkefli Nordin, head of SGK2F, a group representing second-generation settlers, said it was their poorly managed land holdings and their high debts that the settlers were concerned about, he said.

      “.. settlers still have problems getting their loan statements. When the statements are produced, there are suspicious details.

      “Until now Felda and FTP has failed to produce convincing statements,” Zulkefli said.

      The settlers owe Felda RM60,000 to RM160,000 each for replanting their smallholdings about 15 years ago, and Felda has taken over the management of the smallholdings and their harvests to recover the money.

      But settlers have claimed that Felda has not been transparent in its dealings with them and that the financial statements they were issued did not clearly show how much they owed and how much had been repaid.

      Some statements showed they owed Felda even though they had paid to replant their smallholdings with their own money.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Najib bila nak beronti, kasik tompek dio pado Kerry Okspod pulak tu ha

    Kerry dulu kata nak jadi PM umur 40, dah lobeh bertaun ni ha, mak ai.

    • Anonymous says:

      Budak muda si Kerry UMNO Youth kena gelar “stupid boy” dek Tun Mahathir –
      “This ‘stupid’ boy… he doesn’t understand politics,” Tun Dr M said. Umno Youth vice-chief Khairul Azwan Harun boy.

      He alleged Dr Mahathir was out to instigate Malaysians to topple the present government through non-democratic means.

      “Of course, I am overthrowing the government, because it is a kleptocratic government. It is a democratic process,” he said. “Even in an authoritarian country, people try to overthrow the government.”

  3. Anonymous says:

    mca, gerakan, mic must understand that their enemy is not dap but umno. umno always makes unilateral decisions which make their life miserable. And umno these goons are cowards and would not stand up against them. mca, gerakan and mic are caddie boys for umno masters. their image is at the lowest. they just talk for syok sendiri and nothing worthy.

  4. . says:

    Who said the old cannot perform, cannot provide service to others? Nonsense –

    In the US, 23 senators are at least 70. Seven are 80 or older. At 75, Edward Kennedy remained one of the most effective senators in American history. Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA), who is 84, has not ruled out running for reelection. Strom Thurmond served to age 100.

    Five of the US nine justices are older than 67, three are 78 or older.

    And Donald Trump is At 71 years old.

    Others: Henry Kissinger (age 90) Mikhail Gorbachev (age 82) Hosni Mubarak (age 85) Bob Dole (age 90) Alan Greenspan (age 87) Ariel Sharon (age 85).

    The key is the man’s mental faculty and physical ability. Tun Dr Mahathir is a medical doctor, his wife is also a medical doctor, surely both medically look after each other, that’s why they are physically active and mentally alert, unlike many fat and sloppy slobs at 40, 50, 60 years old.

    Or is it 62 years old?

    • . says:

      When fat, slobby or sloppy, no need to pretend working for country, demanding travel by executive jet, when the jet is under routine maintenance, had one hired for RM90 million to go to Turkey etc.

      Mengarut.

      Especially when not a cabinet member.

  5. So long as not Kleptocratic says:

    The not-so-young but Kleptocratic is non grata anywhere

    • Anonymous says:

      لا حتى الشباب ولكن كليبتاتوكر غير مرغوب فيه في أي مكان

      • Anonymous says:

        If you don’t like what is said in the reply, argue it out by giving facts and quoting professors like done in the reply above.

        It’s a waste of everybody’s time trying to argue in any language against the Constitution Article 152 on the use of Bahasa Malaysia because the Constitution was tabled in Parliament, argued and fully debated by the elected representatives of the people and approved as the highest set of laws in the country.

        If you cannot accept and respect the constitution of this country, including the sensitive articles that are protected under the Sedition Act and cannot be discussed let alone amended, migrate to countries whose constitution you accept and respect.

  6. Anonymous says:

    BN propaganda portal is no different from STL, nobody will ever believe except Anuar themselves to see the desperation of BN. The portal is full of crap news! Boasting economic digits on mainstream controlled medias but in fact its all lies! Poor Rakyat are getting poorer and more B40 are strugglingng to put food on the table. Even your writers are low educated! No substance, just cut and paste news!

    • Helen Ang says:

      我赞同。国阵是臭狗!

      • Anonymous says:

        Kurang Ajar Tulisan Cina Bukit

        Pendatang ini kurang ajar tak habis habis. Di beritahu dengan Bahasa Inggeris berkali kali pasal menggunakan tulisan cacing di blog yang biasa dengan BI dan BM, tidak di peduli nya. Tak hormatkan Perlembagaan Negara berkenaan penggunaan BM dan bahasa ibunda.

        Ini nyata Cina Bukit, turun temurun “hill tribes of South China” yang professor sejarah kata menduduki Selatan China sabelom penduduk Utara China turun ke selatan beribu tahun dahulu. Berkahwin campuran dah beribu tahun, tapi tabi’at Cina Bukit itu tidak hilang.

        Mereka di bawa ke negara ini dek celaka British kolonial sebagai kuli (coolies) di abad 19. Cina Bukit sudah tentu tidak bertamadun, tak reti bahasa, tak hormatkan sesiapa, tak hormatkan Perlembagaan negara berkenaan Bahasa Kebangsaan, maka telah di halau berhijrah ke negara yang Perlembagaan nya mereka hormati.

      • Anonymous says:

        Kurang Ajar Tulisan Cina Bukit

    • Anonymous says:

      Stabilty under BN? Yes you can choose stability and accept all the destruction and kleptocracy. Is that what you agree and accept? One thing for sure, if BN wins and with the Govt’s debts, there is possibility that GST will increase, cost of living will increase and we will pay more taxes as BN did not leave much for development expenditure and has a huge operating expenses in the budget. We need change…especially reforms that will ensure transparency and rule of law. I certainly prefer reform rather than stability that will further the destruction of our nation.

      Remember, to die hoping is much better than being alive in hopelessness. ABU!

  7. Fake News says:

    ‘We were victim of fake news’ in 2013, says Najib

    Hahaha, sudah kalah popular votes, got the Chinese Tsunami, lost the 2/3 Parliamentary majority again, won by a majority of only about 20 seats in Parliament, Najib resorts to childish Donald Trump’s lingo of “fake news”.

    With the humongous 1MDB scandal, the hugely unpopular GST, and especially the never-ending increases in the prices of goods, and the Chinese Tsunami will be even worse, UMNO/BN will be konked at Pru14.

    The newly inaugurated for-GE14 BN portal, called TheRakyat — or “The People” will not be fake news, But slanted news. “Mata juling” reports, views and analyses.

    • BN's new portal just propaganda, say analysts says:

      BN’s new portal just propaganda, say analysts
      The Malaysian Insight

      Universiti Malaysia Sarawak communication science department lecturer Jeniri Amir said BN’s mistake in 2008 was ignoring the power of the internet.

      “People now prefer to read news online. So for this coming polls, BN is maximising the use of the internet,” he told The Malaysian Insight.

      However, he said BN’s new portal still faced some challenges in order not to be negatively viewed as a “propaganda channel” by the people.

      “The portal should not just present BN news without giving room to alternative news.

      “Otherwise, it will suffer the same fate as other BN-owned portals that are badly viewed by the people,” he said.

      Nottingham University Malaysia media lecturer Gayathry Venkinetswaran said, “.. more importantly, this new portal is not going to be used to disseminate accurate or informative news. It will be used for BN propaganda,” she said.

      “It reflects the desperation of the coalition because the election is near. I think the BN strategy is to use social media as much as possible to win grassroots support that is in danger of shifting to Bersatu.

      “It will only be used to spread propaganda and gain support… Honestly, I would think of it like spam, unsolicited online advertisements aimed at wooing fence sitters and Malays active in cyberspace,” she added.

  8. Fake No-Visas Policy says:

    Support Special Branch Counter-Terrorism Division head expressing unhappiness that certain countries are deporting suspected foreign terrorists here instead of sending them to the last port of embarkation as required by law.

    He said countries would actually ask the suspects where they want to be deported and many had requested to be sent to Malaysia. Wow, this is a dangerous trend.

    Between 2014 and last year, police believe some 50 suspected foreign militants were “sent” here at their requests. Police have managed to arrest 30 and have since deported them.

    DCP Ayob said among those arrested and deported were 12 from a neighbouring country, three Iraqis, two each from Russia, Australia, the Philippines and Bangladesh while the rest were from Morocco, France, China, Saudi Arabia and Yemen.

    Malaysia, he said, seemed to be their preferred destination because most nationalities did not need a visa to enter the country.

    Now, why must Najib be so condescending and have such a fake Visas policy that allows the situation above? Surely cannot allow most nationalities do not need a visa to enter the country.

    How true is the argument that no visas encourages visitors and foreign exchange into this country? Isn’t it also true that the no visas policy encourages suspected foreign terrorists to use it as a safe haven?

    • Anonymous says:

      The Police should also watch the South China Morning Post reporter or whoever is responsible in producing the following nasty, seditious and incendiary news heading:

      Forget Najib … watch Mahathir slug it out with sultans in 2018
      South China Morning Post

      Using such terms as “king of kings” is unnecessary and belittling the title of Yang Di Pertuan Agong, appearing as trying to mock our system that’s been enshrined in the Constitution of the country.

      If resident in this country, the bloke responsible must be a damn pendatang who deserves a brickbat.

  9. Anonymous says:

    World jurists condemned Mahathir for sacking Tun Salleh
    By Kua Kia Soong

    The Kia Soong fellow must be a frustrated soul. Not realizing that former Attorney General Abu Talib Othman has appeared on KiniTV saying that it was not Mahathir but the then Yang Di Pertuan Agong (the then Sultan of Johor) who wanted Salleh Abbas sacked from the Chief Justice Post.

    Abu Talib said that the then Agong wrote a note to the then PM asking that, for reasons not much talked about. Abu Talin as the then AG had a Tribunal constituted as the means for the sacking of a Chief Justice.

    Tun Mahathir, apparently trying to protect the image of the the party concerned, had said that the document “was lost.” Abu Talib said that the then Agong “commanded” the sacking and that was “the fact”.

    Born loser Kia Soong’s frustration knows no bound. He was once a DAP MP, quarrelled with Lim Kit Siang and scooted off DAP. Wrote a book based on reports of correspondences between foreigners in KL and their bosses in London during the 1969 race riots and alleged that the race riots were an excuse to topple Tengku A Rahman. He probably lost money as not many people bought his book.

    He wrote another book on alleged corruption in Malaysia defence equipment purchases. He had the book launching done at a restaurant in Edgware Road London. No bookstore in the whole of London apparently willing to do the launching. He probably lost money again as few Malaysian students could afford to buy his books, Malaysian visitors to London are not the book-buying type and Londoners hardly want to pay for a book on alleged corruption in Malaysia.

    The bloke later became a teacher at a Chinese school in Kajang, quareled with Yap Tien Sin, the President of Chiese Schools Association, left, went don’t know where after that.

    The final straw was that he went to France as an NGO rep and kept sending back “reports” of a trial involving corruption in the purchase of a French submarine. Until no less than a French Public Prosecutor, in KL on an anti-corruption conference, told reporters that there was no such a trial in France. How frustrated he was.

    • Anonymous says:

      He is liisted as Suaram Adviser, and Sevan Doraisamy as Executive Director.

      Why so, Kua no longer having executive functions? Caught as lying on the so-called trial of “submarine commission” in Frnce?

    • Anonymous says:

      Kua should move on and it is no good for him to hold grudges for so long when the current enemy is MO1.

  10. Anonymous says:

    An interesting report by Asia Times –

    Najib probes state losses, just not his own

    Extracts –

    An inquiry into central bank losses during ex-premier Mahathir Mohamad’s tenure aims to hobble and divide his opposition coalition ahead of new polls

    While the outcome of the RCI remains to be seen, charges brought against either figure would be widely viewed as a politically motivated attempt to exact revenge on opponents of Prime Minister Najib Razak, whose tenure has been dotted with controversies involving massive graft and money-laundering allegations.

    The inquiry concluded that the central bank had broken from its conventional practice of asset management by actively participating in foreign exchange trading for profits beginning in the late 1980s, in a policy change led by the late Bank Negara governor Jaffar Hussein. He took responsibility for the losses and resigned from his role in 1994. He died four years later.

    Mahathir testified that he had believed the losses amounted to 5.7 billion ringgit (US$1.4 billion) as stated in the bank’s audited report, which was later presented to the Cabinet and tabled in the country’s parliament. He also pointed out that Jaffar had taken responsibility for the losses and as a result resigned as bank governor.

    “As prime minister, I was never involved in Bank Negara’s administration and I believe that I was not permitted under the law to get involved in its policies and affairs,” Mahathir said in a prepared statement to the inquiry.

    Legal experts have questioned the lack of key witnesses and documents to support the commission’s call to investigate both men on grounds of criminal breach of trust.

    Anwar’s lawyers, Gurdial Singh Nijar and R Sivarasa, accuse the commission of ignoring their client’s testimony and relying on “wrong facts” to conclude his dishonest or fraudulent intent to deceive the cabinet. Mahathir’s lawyer believes the RCI’s conclusions are based on materials that do not meet any legally acceptable level of credibility.

    Najib, who has resisted calls for 1MDB to be similarly investigated in an RCI, appears little concerned by the bad optics of dredging up his opponents’ past scandals so close to a general election.

    “RCI is exhuming an elephant’s carcass from Mahathir’s era, but why are we missing the elephant in the room,” Lim Kit Siang wrote recently in an online column in reference to the 1MDB scandal.

  11. Anonymous says:

    Let’s face reality. Mahathir will one day be accountable to God on Judgement Day. There’s no escape from that.

    In the meantime, it’s not realistic for him to apologise for all those things Kua wants. Doing that would not be possible for him.

    Furthermore, doing that would not help solve all the scandals of 1MDB, Felda, etc, that are still ongoing.

    We need to stop a person’s bleeding first before we can address the other issues. If not, the person dies before we can do anything.

    • Anonymous says:

      Najib’s bleeding?

      “If not, the person dies before we can do anything.” We don’t mind Najib dies politically.

  12. Anonymous says:

    Does an interim PM has less power and authority than a non-interim PM? Pakatan leaders particularly those from PKR stop splitting hairs. If the insecured PKR wants the PM position to be reserved for Anwar ( one suspects that it may be Azmin eyeing the position), the Pakatan can make it clear by agreeing and then publicly announcing that if Pakatan takes over Putrajaya after GE 14, Dr Mahathir will be appointed Pakatan’s first PM with Wan Azizah as deputy. When Anwar is legally and constitutionally ready, Anwar will be Pakatan’s next PM with say, Muhyiddin as deputy. Dr Mahathir and Wan Azizah will step down at that point in time. The PM and his deputy should not hold more than one cabinet position so that other senior Pakatan leaders will have the opportunity to fill other important cabinet posts for better checks and balance. This arrangement will make it unnecessary for the term ‘interim PM’.

    • Anonymous says:

      I support your views fully.

      Let’s hope they will realize those and have a consensus soon.

      Of course BN’s new portal will just propaganda the matter.

      But let them syiok sendiri.

  13. Poor Salleh Abbas says:

    Regarding the dismissal of Salleh Abbas as Lord President, Abu Talib Othman, who was attorney-general from 1980 to 1993, corroborated the statement (Tun Mahathir made the previous day), telling reporters that Dr Mahathir was merely obeying the command of the Agong, the late Sultan Iskandar Sultan Ismail of Johor.

    The former AG maintained that the executive was not to be blamed for the judicial crisis, adding that it was the judges at the time who had instigated it.

    Abu Talib said the Agong had been displeased at a letter written by Salleh complaining about the executive’s criticism of the judiciary.

    The King had referred Salleh’s letter to the prime minister, with the command that appropriate action be taken on the basis of the complaint.

    Salleh said: “I’m very tired of it. Life has gone on for me.” Everyone else, he added, should move on, too.

    malaysianinsight.com

  14. Anonymous says:

    GE14: BN still has to face 1MDB, rising cost of living, housing issues
    The Borneo Post

    It will dent the “Fixed Deposit”.

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