Hear It From An Anwar Supporter About Dr M

PH’s PM Candidate

The biggest failure by Pakatan Harapan thus far, is not the failure of not naming a PM or shadow cabinet, but falling into a narrative BN wants PH to play with.

“The best defense is a good offense.” BN has certainly done well with this. From PAS’s conflicting role in the opposition pact to the PM candidacy. BN has successfully forged ahead as an attacking unit and reduced PH to a defense unit.

If PH names Dr Mahathir as PM today, BN will tomorrow ask how can he become PM without being an MP, just like what they did with Anwar. And then they will ask who is PH’s DPM, followed by PH’s shadow cabinet.

PH will forever be one step behind, busy answering questions poised by BN, instead of taking the challenge to BN and putting BN on the backfoot.

Ask the layman on the streets. They are fed up of politics because of the infighting. This “infighting” referred to, is the very result of PH playing into BN’s narrative- Pas’s role, PMship, next DPMship and then shadow cabinetship.

The tech geeks who don’t bother to vote, the clerks who don’t care about politics, the make up artists who don’t read the news, the professionals who are preparing to migrate, the youths who don’t see registering to vote as a responsibility- these are the bulk of fencesitters that form the base of anti-BN votes. They don’t read the news everyday, but they feel life is getting tougher. They want things to be better, but they don’t feel their one vote matters. In 2008 and 2013, they finally said “ok let’s try the opposition” because everything PR represented felt perfect, and everything BN represented felt terrible.

Next week, these people read on CNN or BBC- “Malaysia’s Opposition Announces 92 Year Old Former PM As PM Candidate”.

Can you imagine what a laughing stock PH will become? The very voters who finally voted once in their lifetime after hearing you tell them about principles and punishing corrupted politicians for the past decades, are now reading a headline that says you are giving the driver’s seat to the very person you whacked for decades.

This is what they will feel: The opposition decided to abandon it’s pure narrative for a narrative they stood against, in order to win Putrajaya.

PH is basically admitting all these decades of campaigns and talks of democracy, good governance, no corruption, principles etc is not working, so we take the shortcut. This is not HARAPAN. This is telling people TIADA HARAPAN so we shortcut.

PH should go back to people centric issues, because that is the only way BN will once again be on the backfoot. PH say mansuh tol, BN say cannot and try hard to justify why cannot. PH say mansuh PTPTN, BN say cannot and try hard to justify why cannot. PH say abolish GST, BN say cannot and try hard to justify why cannot. Whatever BN says, they will look stupid and foolish, because they are defending the indefensible.

The struggle of the opposition (PR back then, PH now) and activists should go beyond the PMship or even cabinetship. It is what sets the opposition and activists apart from BN all these while. By playing into BN’s narrative, we become no different from BN.

So please, PH. Don’t play into BN’s narrative.

Adrian Lim Chee En
#BebasAnwar

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50 Responses to Hear It From An Anwar Supporter About Dr M

  1. Anonymous says:

    Tun is THE MAN FOR THE JOB. No two ways about it. Incarceration in the jail have put DSAI in a state probably NOT READY FOR THE BIG TASK AHEAD YET. A mammoth task ahead growing the economy and at the same time weeding out the bad elements entrenched in the civil service and GLCs. Throwing out the rent seeking dead wood takes skill and finesse which Tun has. PH should not procrastinate any further but PUT THE MAN ON THE JOB AND GET CRACKING.

    Honestly none of the current PKR leaders has the capability. DAP leaders have the competency but sadly most Malays cannot accept non-Malays as leaders.

    • Anonymous says:

      Aiseh, the bloke Adrian what’sthename has no credibility lorr –

      what talking “If PH names Dr Mahathir as PM today, BN will tomorrow ask how can he become PM without being an MP …

      It’s stupid to even think of reacting to such childish, not-logical questions even if they were asked.

    • Anonymous says:

      Mr Najib, please apologize to the Chinese community 1st for threatening the whole community by saying in front of more then 10 thousands Chinese that “Chinese will be targeted first if there is no peace'”, before you lecture others on hate speech. I know, you don’t care a bit if you are saying and doing the right things as long as you can win. But we will remember your words and deeds till the last day of your life. So, make sure you don’t lose till the last day of your life.

    • Anonymous says:

      Najib and Zahid – the status quo and the continuation of the long, unbroken BN kleptocratic rule. And Dr Mahathir and Dr Wan Azizah – the possibility of change, a new beginning and the end of the BN winning streak.

      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.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Who is this Adrian Lim Chee En? Never heard of him. So many in #BebasAnwar group anyway.

    Facebook? Many million Malaysians have FB accounts. So what?

    • Anonymous says:

      Beware. Now many BN cybertroopers on the loose….

      • Anonymous says:

        They masquerading as PH supporters?

        In war such blokes are shot on the spot.

        In blogs, we just whack their backsides.

    • Anonymous says:

      With Pakatan, Mahathir will not have a free rein like he did with the cowardly Umno MCA and MIC ministers and others surrounding him. They were all ‘Yes men’, as those still alive can allude to it and feeling ashamed of themselves. The whole basic idea and strategy is to use this old man to topple the existing clowns and kleptocrats. Thereafter the old man wants to step aside or die in peace, whichever shall first happen.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Gerakan Mah said the Mahathir would hold on the the PM post if Pakatan win to pass it to his son, Mukhriz when the opportunity arose.

    But is this not better than MO1 passing on to Zahid Komidi?

    Ha ha ha!

    • Anonymous says:

      Talk is especially cheap during election season. Take what MCA president Liow Tiong Lai said yesterday. He said his party officials had always spoken up against corruption and power abuse.

      The operative words are “spoken up”. Messrs Liow and other leaders of Barisan Nasional component parties have always offered us words, and little else.

      Can Liow offer us any evidence that he chastised Najib Razak or Umno leaders for the 1MDB debacle? Does he accept the view of Umno leaders that the US Department of Justice are on a fool’s errand by investigating the billions siphoned from 1MDB?

      Can he or Gerakan’s Mah Siew keong show us examples of their party officials doing more than just flap their tongues when they discovered corruption or abuse of power? Let’s be honest, Malaysia has been one conveyor belt of scandals, inflated contracts, thievery and shenanigans in the past three decades.

      And all this while, politicians from BN component parties have been willing participants in all the wrongdoings. We say willing participants because when all you do is talk and do nothing else, you are in effect giving the criminal or offender a free pass.

      At times, the component parties have been more than merely bystanders. Remember the deposit-taking scandal. Remember the Pan-EL scandal. Remember the Port Klang Free Trade Zone scandal.

      If Malaysia is on the cusp of turning into a theocracy or even just a country where racial and religious polarisation is dangerously high, how much blame should be laid at the feet of MCA and the rest of the BN component parties?

      After all, don’t they always tell non-Malays/non-Muslims that they represented their interests in the Umno-led government?

      Liow and Mah have embarked on a roadshow to showcase their newly-discovered unity and to supposedly educate the Malaysian public on the principles that underpin BN.

      Here’s the thing: Malaysians don’t need to be schooled on how the Umno-led BN operates.

      We understand the political landscape very well. Umno dominates and the rest just talk.

      Talk is really cheap.

      The day that politicians from MCA, Gerakan and other BN component parties agree to fall on the sword or resign in protest against wrongdoing in the country, that is the day we will start listening to what they have to say.

      Otherwise, it’s just noise.

    • Anonymous says:

      Gerakan Mah is obsessed with orgasmic climax.

  4. Anonymous says:

    Hear about Dr M from an Anwar supporter? What had the supporter said?

    PH becomes a laughing stock when CNN or BBC say “Malaysia’s Opposition Announces 92 Year Old Former PM As PM Candidate”… “the very person you whacked for decades”? How childish. The Adrian fellow must be playing into BN’s Najib/UMNO/BN’s narrative – get PH to quarrel among one another. Instead of whacking Najib/UMNO/BN. The fella is damn stupid, innit?

    Saying all sorts but not against the enemy – Najib /UMNO/BN. Even making fun of HARAPAN as TIADA HARAPAN. Shooting sideways, not in front – very dangerous in wartime. Najib’s boys must be very happy reading this. STL even made a post out of his nonsense.

    The fella may have been bought over. Become a fellow dedak-eater.

    This kind of blokes who cannot make suggestions in plain and simple form, must whack even others in the same group when doing it. The kind that, for example, caused China being backward for thousands of years.

    But, fear not, PH. This type is aplenty in UMNO/BN. The more the dedak eaters are among them, the greater the chances they can be bought over even to scr.. UMNO/BN leaders. On the quiet, etc.

  5. Anonymous says:

    While the non-Malays were being bullied, both Gerakan and MCA were quiet as church mice. Remember the threat made to the Chinese community on 16th Sept 2017? Where was MCA’s voice?

    Don’t worry, the people will vote to make sure we bury both Gerakan and MCA deeper this time. Since both are unable to do their jobs and the Chinese community has been managing well on our own, why do we need Gerakan and MCA?

    • Anonymous says:

      Buried together in a same grave after GE14.

    • Anonymous says:

      If Gerakan or MCA takes over Penang in GE14, Penangites can kiss goodbye to the RM100 distributed to senior citizens every year and other goodies being handed out presently by the state govt because these 2 parties have proven to be untrustworthy. Penang Lang, please be more careful. Don’t be gullible.

      MCA and Gerakan should merge to become a ‘MAKAN’ party. MAlaysia Canine Assoc.-geraKAN merged = new name is MAKAN. Most apt. BOTH parties have MAKAN the Chinese community for six over decades. Thanks to internet that the TRUTH are revealed. Both are running dogs betrayers of chinese community.

  6. SURE GST IS HURTING says:

    Interesting views –

    The Oppoosition believes their anti-GST platform will be the single most important factor in swaying government-friendly rural voters fed up by surging costs of living.

    The country’s GST of 6 per cent is no silver bullet for an economy mired by corruption-linked leakages and wastage.

    Rather than GST, get rid of the leakages and raise incomes levels so we have at least half of the population paying income tax,” said Wong Chen, one of the leading technocrats in the opposition Pakatan Harapan coalition.

    Wong said he was hopeful frustration over the GST would translate into support for the opposition. Mahathir could be boosted at the polls by public frustration over the goods and services tax.

    Wong said if elected, Pakatan Harapan would immediately reduce the GST to 4 per cent, with a view to completely abolishing it within one year.

  7. Anonymous says:

    Forensic audit unnecessary to nab culprits in Felda land scam
    The Malaysian Insight

    Is using foreign audit an attempt to complicate and confuse the issue making it unresolved, like 1MDB?

  8. Sounding so meak and girlish says:

    We’ve always spoken against corruption, say MCA and Gerakan leaders
    The Malaysian Insight

    When sounding meak and girlish, the Malays call ’em PONDAN.

    Najib is bound to have the Chinese Tsunami again at Pru14. Much worse than at Pru13.

    • Anonymous says:

      MCA and Gerakan supposedly ‘teguh togother’ and talked against corruption and abuse of power……Don’t be kidding..WHAT ARE THE WORDS SPOKEN ON 1MDB, FELDA, NFC etc MISUSE OF GOVT FUND …MCA GERAKAN GE 14 CAN CLOSE SHOP together! That is the ‘climax’ Mah was talking about!

  9. Anonymous says:

    PKR must stop acting like an independent party and more of a component of a COALITION. If they seek reformation as they claim, they should know there will be ABSOLUTELY NO CHANCE OF REFORMATION IF BN REMAINS IN POWER.

    To defeat BN PKR must “go with the flow” and accept the leader from the COALITION with the best chances of unseating Najib to represent the coalition as the next PM. They seem to be the weakest link in the PH coalition. If they let the people down this time, not only will they have to face the people’s wrath, they can KISS “REFORMASI” GOODBYE.

    • Hopeful Thinking Azizah says:

      Anwar expected to be released in June, says wife

      This is the first time anyone has given an actual date for Anwar’s release. Anwar started serving the sentence in February 2015, meaning he would be released in 2020, should he have to serve the full term.

      But prisoners in Malaysia often get a one-third reduction of sentences for good behaviour. By June this year, Anwar would have been in jail for 40 months – or two-thirds of his five-year sentence.

      But The Malaysian Insight quoted Azizah saying: “If the law permits, he will be released on June 11.” That’s more like it – if the law permits.

      Najib is the law. He definitely doesn’t want Anwar out before the elections. He had Anwar imprisoned because he feared Anwar could cause him losing the elections – at Pru13, he lost the popular vote, won only by about 20 seats, almost KO. So, any early release of Anwar from prison will only be after Pru14.

      Those in PKR reluctant to support Tun Mahathir as PM candidate thinking Anwar might be released before Pru14 must re-think their position. PH must show they are unanimous in Tun Mahathir as PM candidate. Otherwise it’d lessen the chances of toppling the Kleptocrat Najib.

      And possible another 1MDB scandal, more sale of land to China, suffering regarding FELDA, increases in GST %, never ending increases in prices of goods, petrol, etc for the next 5 years.

      • Anonymous says:

        Prisons DG confirms Anwar’s release on June 8.

        The Sun Daily today reported Prisons Department director-general Zulkifli Omar as saying, “The 2000 Prison Regulations (No. 28) states that if a prisoner’s release date falls on a weekend or public holiday, they have to be released the day before.

        “Because June 10 is a Sunday and June 9 is a Saturday, he will be released on Friday, June 8.”

        Pru14 must be before that. No wonder PH already decided on allocation of seats among component parties.

        Hopefully Tun Mahathir will be PH candidate for PM.

        • Confirmed: Tun Dr Mahathir is PH candidate for PM says:

          Pakatan confirms Dr Mahathir as PM choice, Anwar to follow – freemalaysiatoday

          Pakatan Harapan (PH) today confirmed Dr Mahathir Mohamad as its prime ministerial candidate should it win the next polls, the coalition chief secretary Saifuddin Abdullah announced today.

          Meanwhile, PKR president Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail will be made the deputy prime minister.

          The announcement made at the PH convention here ends all speculation about the coalition choice to head the government.

          The coalition also announced it would pursue all legal avenues to free jailed leader Anwar Ibrahim, with the aim of making him the eighth prime minister of Malaysia.

          Saifuddin said the decision was reached yesterday by all the top leaders of the four parties making up the coalition.

          The leaders also agreed the seats distribution among the four PH parties in Peninsular Malaysia for the next general election as follows:

          PPBM: 52 seats
          PKR: 51 seats
          DAP: 35 seats
          Amanah: 27 seats

          Saifuddin also read out 13 major reforms the coalition said it would implement immediately once it comes to power.

          Among others, PH promises to:

          * reform the Parliament to make it into an independent institution
          * take immediate steps to restore the economy
          * undertake comprehensive institutional reforms including educational and social reforms
          * limit the term of the prime minister
          * make top public posts such as the chiefs of the police, Election Commission, Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission, as well as the auditor-general and attorney-general answerable to Parliament, and appointed directly by the Agong.
          * Ensure agencies such as Felda, Tabung Haji, Employees Provident Fund and MARA are transparent and efficient
          * Close the gap between rural and urban development, and fulfil the rights of Sabah and Sarawak based on the Malaysia Agreement.
          * Uphold the constitution, the status of Islam and the Malay language, and guarantee the rights of all religions.

    • Mira Newgen Party says:

      We of Mira Newgen Party .. the maverick leader Dr Mahathir Mohamad is needed to reverse the fortune of this blessed country from the grip of kleptocrarts, who have had squandered and plundered the resources of this rich country.

      Mahathir indeed delivered something no other prime ministers before or after him, could match. There are many compelling reasons why Mahathir should return to the helm, at least on an interim basis, that he occupied for 22 years from 1981 till 2003.

      Many were very comfortable with his stable and pro-business economy during his tenure. Their businesses flourished as his pro-business economy and stable political climate ensured economic success as Malaysia roared as an Asian tiger in the late 1980s and 1990s.

      He singlehandedly navigated the economy at an annual average growth rate of seven percent for almost a decade. Although his authoritarian approach was a sour point, it helped to shape a clear direction and firm hold on policies.

      The current economic performance of Malaysia is mediocre at best. No clear growth policies. All major indices are not encouraging rather moving south.

      http://www.malaysiakini.com/letters/407786#h7gfz1SwVDRSqRiO.99

      (Continued)

    • Mira Newgen Party says:

      Looking at GDP growth in the preceding five years, Malaysia is a pale shadow, relative to other Southeast Asian nations. Vietnam is consistently recording over six percent GDP growth, Cambodia at 7.4 percent, land locked Laos at seven percent, Thailand at six percent, Philippines at six percent plus and Indonesia at five percent, currently the biggest economy in Asean.

      Only Mahathrism-driven policies could steer the struggling Malaysian economy out of the current stalemate. His manufacturing sector which served the nation well was completely abandoned and good economic policies like Look East policies were thrown out of the window.

      Malaysia needed to grow at six to seven percent for the next five years to raise the country into high income nation. We need to diversify our China biased FDI. The nation needs sustainable investments from countries like Japan, Korea, Taiwan, Middle East, Europe, etc.

      We need to create more high end jobs and the best options are high tech manufacturing sector, and advance agro-based industries, to name a few. Consequently, it will spur economic growth. This planned growth policies of Pakatan Harapan are expected to deliver the crucial segment of five million plus votes of Chinese Malaysians as they would place their trust on Dr Mahathir to deliver.

      http://www.malaysiakini.com/letters/407786#h7gfz1SwVDRSqRiO.99

      (Continued)

    • Mira Newgen Party says:

      Only Mahathir could provide a swift, certainty in policy decisions and his effectiveness and efficiency can deliver the goods. Nonetheless, his authoritarian style should not be at the cost of freedom, absence of check and balances and endemic corruption. Mahathir is much wiser now, and has completely different perspectives of issues from being in the opposition gallery.

      Mahathir had done a lot during his tenure. The Indian Malaysian community has not forgotten that he gave RM50 million for setting up of Aimst University with 228 acres of government land at a concessionary rate. It was topped up by another RM250 million by the federal government. He financed the technical Tafe College in Seremban and provided land at a much discounted price.

      The infamous allocation of 10 million Telekom shares for the minority community. It is on record, that he helped to build 60 Tamil schools through the Public Works Department.

    • Mira Newgen Party says:

      PKR is the only component party of Pakatan Harapan coalition uneasy that Mahathir is being proposed to be the interim Prime Minister. Rather, they are touting for Mohamed Azmin Ali, Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail or even Muhyiddin Yassin to lead. It’s a great folly to assume they would be a better choice. Let’s evaluate one by one.

      Azmin has some governmental administrative experience as menteri besar of Selangor but it’s a different ball game at Putrajaya. In addition, he may not relinquish his position in favour of the imprisoned Anwar Ibrahim given his age and ambition. A risky option for PKR diehards, who vehemently want Anwar to be the prime minister.

      Alternatively, Wan Azizah is a reluctant politician, only taking up the job because she was forced to. Muhyiddin Yassin is seen to be a weak leader and has had a poor track record as deputy prime minister in Najib’s cabinet, and is not popular with non-Malays with his famous jibe of his “Malay first” remark.

      PKR must place their trust on Mahathir to do the necessary political manoeuvring and offer an united front to the voters, especially fence sitters. Mahathir is the only leader on the opposition side who has had the experience at the highest level minus the political ambition with his advanced age. Indeed, delightfully, he could set the stage for Anwar to take over. Being a master strategist, he could thwart any horse trading if Pakatan Harapan wins with a slim majority.

      The Malay urban middle class and rural folk have not forgotten what Mahathir has done for them during his tenure as PM. He was credited for developing a large segment of Malay middle class and a huge pool of Malay entrepreneurial class. Whereas, Najib’s administration is seen has enriched party stalwarts and the benefits of pro-bumiputera policies has not filtered down.

      The Malay ground would swing between five and ten percent if Mahathir is named as stand-in prime minister as the Malay community still holds him in high regard.

      If Mahathir leads the coalition it will bolster investor confidence especially in view of an expected slowdown in the global economy. It will do Harapan a great favour at GE14 as it would comfort the business community as any uncertainty will be effectively removed.

      Almost all major policy frameworks were drawn up by Harapan, and hence, it is only a question of implementation. The fear raised by certain quarters in Harapan is unfounded. They should quickly move away from this petty squabble and focus on winning this mother of all elections.

      http://www.malaysiakini.com/letters/407786#h7gfz1SwVDRSqRiO.99

    • Anonymous says:

      PKR has becoming very FACTIONAL WITHIN so their leaders can’t even manage their own show, why talk about running the country?? It’s ironical to have a weak party putting up their leader as the future PM.

      • Umno fiction says:

        You talk nonsense. All parties are factional.

        But one party is fictional – creates fictions.

        Like saying RM2.6 billion is Arab donation, yet US Justice Dept said US4.5 billion (RM20 billion) was misappropriated from 1MDB funds and money laundered.

      • Anonymous says:

        Penang and Selangor have been well governed by Pakatan.

  10. futurepim says:

    have some balls – jibby.
    let have GE14 tomorrow~~~~

  11. Anonymous says:

    Dalam Pakatan Harapan sekarang, oleh kerana Anwar Ibrahim sedang berada di penjara, hanya Tun Mahathir yang lengkap resepi kewibawaan, bukan saja dari segi kemampuan untuk menyingkirkan Najib, tetapi juga untuk memulih dan menyelamatkan negara selepas PRU 14 nanti.

    Pada PRU 13 lalu, Anwar sudah hampir berjaya melakukannya dan kini tugas itu harus diserahkan kepada Tun Mahathir untuk menyempurnakannya.

    Dalam PRU 14 akan datang, PH bukan saja akan berdepan dengan Najib, UMNO dan BN, tetapi juga seluruh jentera kerajaan, kuasa wang, malah mungkin penipuan dan penyelewengan.

    Tidak mustahil juga kiranya Najib hampir kecundang, perisytiharan darurat mungkin akan turut dikuatkuasakan melalui kekacauan yang sengaja dicetuskan, lebih-lebih lagi kuasa berbuat demikian sudah berada di tangan Perdana Menteri melalui pindaan Akta Majlis Keselamatan Negara, tidak lama sebelum ini.

    Kita tidak menafikan Azmin, Mukhriz dan Nurul Izzah ada kelayakan untuk menjadi Perdana Menteri, tetapi masa untuk mereka ialah selepas Tun Mahathir berjaya membawa kemenangan kepada PH dan memulihkan negara ini.

    Sesiapa pun, selain Tun Mahathir, bukan saja tidak cukup dalam menakutkan Najib, bahkan tidak membawa tarikan yang menyeluruh kepada rakyat untuk membuat perubahan.

    Tanpa Tun Mahathir diletakkan terlebih dahulu sebagai calon Perdana Menteri, tidak ada sesiapa daripada PH akan berpeluang berkuasa di Putrajaya selepas ini.

    Menamakan calon lain hanya akan memberi keselesaan kepada Najib untuk memenangi pilihanraya dan menjadikan UMNO, BN menguasai negara ini selama-lamanya.

    Titik tolak terbaik untuk perubahan dan menumbangkan Najib adalah PRU 14 dan “kepala perangnya” mesti Tun Mahathir.

    Oleh itu, menjelang Ahad ini, pemimpin-pemimpin PH tidak harus lagi berdolak-dalik, mengambil lebih masa atau berganjak daripada menamakan Tun Mahathir sebagai bakal Perdana Menteri dan Dr Wan Azizah sebagai Timbalan Perdana Menteri.

    Tiada keputusan pada Ahad ini hanya akan mengurangkan keyakinan rakyat, manakala menamakan orang lain selain Tun Mahathir sama seperti memberi kemenangan percuma kepada Najib. (ShahbudinHusin 05/01/2018).

    • Anonymous says:

      Walau dah berusia 93 tahun, Tun Mahathir masih diberi perhormatan dan diminta memberi pandangan di simposium atau forum antarabangsa termasuk di institiut terunggul world class, Oxford.

      Beiau masih cergas, cerdas, sihat tanpa bantuan alat atau orang terus menjelajah ke seluruh pelusuk tanah air memberi ucaptama atau ceramah2. Mana dalam dunia ada orang yg dah cecah 90 tahun masih secergas Tun M…??

      Najib & Hadi Awang yang jauh lebih muda pun dah nampak lebih tua, uzur & tak secekap dan seberani Tun M, apatah lagi menghadapi sesi soal jawab wartawan2….??

      Nama beliau terus diingati dan dimasukkan dalam catatan buku sejarah negara Bosnia sebagai wira Islam menyelamatkan ratusan kanak2 Islam Bosnia dari penyembelihan puak Serb. Di Hadratul Maut, Yemen ada jembatan diabadikan sebagai ‘Jembatan Mahathir’ atas jasanya bagi kegunaan penduduk tempatan di sana.

      Tun Mahathir terus dilindungi dari pembunuhan kejam sepertimana yg menimpa pd Sadam Hussien & Ghadafi kerana lantang membidas dgn tegas USA & Israel. Beliau malah pernah dgn beraninya mendesak PBB mengheret presiden George Bush ke tribunal jenayah perang yg membunuh jutaan orang awam & kanak Iraq.

      Dengan anugerah & limpah kurnia Allah SWT kpd Tun Mahathir, saya yakin beliau masih layak & mampu memimpin semula negara untuk menggulingkan pentadbiran lembik/lemah Najib yg korup, menindas- menipu rakyat & sentiasa tunduk kpd kuasa2 asing, terutama USA & Republik China Komunis.

      Othaman Ahmad

  12. Anonymous says:

    Saudi Arabia has their own internal challenges of high youth unemployment, and budget deficits. Prime Minister working trip is more than just buying dates. There are likely hidden agenda, and one has to be mindful of what Saudis have in mind. They too are friends to both US and Israel. There are allegations of Saudis involvement in current Iran tensions. Malaysia is ill equpped to be involved in middle east complexity, but more so the agenda is likely to be international financing to put it mildly. There needs to be greater transparency, if that is the case.

    • . says:

      Of course Najib will be buying dates of some other kind. The very fact of visiting Saudi Arabia alone buys him some votes from the devout Muslims in Malaysia who associate anything from Mecca and Saudi Arabia with good.

      Associating with Saudi Arabia is his trump card that he can show when whacked with walloping 1MDB funds – he’ll say the Arab prince gave him, no matter the fact that PetroSaudi’s Prince Turki was not rich, he was Rounded Up On Corruption Charges – http://www.sarawakreport.org/…/petrosaudis-prince-turki-is-rounded-up-on-corruption-cha...

      Especially when he cannot use his Donald Trump trump card for help on US 1MDB investigations because the Trump joker cannot control the US Dept of Justice (DoJ) / Attorney General, like Najib can his AG Pandi.

      Najib has said Malaysia will follow Turkey in opening an embassy in East Jerusalem. Maybe he wants to soft pedal that plan with the Saudis who may be abandoning the Palestinians in favour of relations with Israel.

      If some bad news erupts regarding such matters and the DoJ (hopefully) releases the results of their “criminal investigations” on the “misappropriation of 1MDB funds and money laundering” before the general elections, that’ll be Godsent for Malaysia.

  13. Anonymous says:

    谁是第14大选之后的首相真的不重要,阿狗、阿猫都好,只要不再贪污,不再朋党勾结就好。

    • 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:

      Why do you keep putting Chinese writing in a non Chinese language blog?

      After being told not to and given the reasons so many times, you will get cursed (di maki), rude words used against you and the likes of you.

      You will not like it and it’ll also be unpleasant for readers in general.

      So, do stop it, have decorum and decency, respect all the readers in here.

  14. Confirmed: Tun Dr Mahathir is PH candidate for PM says:

    Repeat:

    Pakatan confirms Dr Mahathir as PM choice, Anwar to follow – freemalaysiatoday

    Pakatan Harapan (PH) today confirmed Dr Mahathir Mohamad as its prime ministerial candidate should it win the next polls, the coalition chief secretary Saifuddin Abdullah announced today.

    Meanwhile, PKR president Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail will be made the deputy prime minister.

    The announcement made at the PH convention here ends all speculation about the coalition choice to head the government.

    The coalition also announced it would pursue all legal avenues to free jailed leader Anwar Ibrahim, with the aim of making him the eighth prime minister of Malaysia.

    Saifuddin said the decision was reached yesterday by all the top leaders of the four parties making up the coalition.

    The leaders also agreed the seats distribution among the four PH parties in Peninsular Malaysia for the next general election as follows:

    PPBM: 52 seats
    PKR: 51 seats
    DAP: 35 seats
    Amanah: 27 seats

    Saifuddin also read out 13 major reforms the coalition said it would implement immediately once it comes to power.

    Among others, PH promises to:

    * reform the Parliament to make it into an independent institution
    * take immediate steps to restore the economy
    * undertake comprehensive institutional reforms including educational and social reforms
    * limit the term of the prime minister
    * make top public posts such as the chiefs of the police, Election Commission, Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission, as well as the auditor-general and attorney-general answerable to Parliament, and appointed directly by the Agong.
    * Ensure agencies such as Felda, Tabung Haji, Employees Provident Fund and MARA are transparent and efficient
    * Close the gap between rural and urban development, and fulfil the rights of Sabah and Sarawak based on the Malaysia Agreement.
    * Uphold the constitution, the status of Islam and the Malay language, and guarantee the rights of all religions.

    • Anonymous says:

      What is this fellow Ti talking, saying “Malaysia cheated if Dr M is PM again” when there has been so much cheating under Najib – 1MDB, FELDA, etc.

      What kind of “MCA Religious Harmony Bureau head” is he when he does not talk harmony by accusing the wrong people of cheating.

      Saying “Many resources were wasted, the national progress in a standstill”, he does not see the elephants in the room. 1MDB loss of some RM50 billion (?), BNM foreign exchange reserves disappearing some RM160 billion –

      in its annual report, BNM recorded its international reserve at RM441.9 billion (US$134.91 billion) for 2013. By 2015, the reserves had dropped to RM409.1 billion (US$95.3 billion). Last year, the central bank reported the figure at RM423.9 billion (US$94.5 billion).lth fund

      Accusing Pakatan as not serious about the change they have been promoting, Ti gives no defence on Najib’s adventurism on government policies and on so-called national wealth fund 1MDB that appeared as not a government but a personal “policy”.

    • Anonymous says:

      Rahman Dahlan, BN Strategic Communication Director (whatever that means) said: Dr M as Pakatan Harapan’s pick for PM “a tragedy” for them

      So said the fler – when even Kepala Bapak Kau’s fart (like 1MDB) smells good

  15. WATCH OUT: CHINA'S ARMY OF CYBERTROOPERS says:

    China raises army of nationalist trolls – todayonline.com

    … keen to take on its detractors.

    .. millions of young nationalists who prowl social media to rebut criticism of their homeland. While Russia has traditionally relied on bots to push its agenda online, China’s Communist party has raised a volunteer troll army of real people, most of them young men, to go online and attack its enemies.

    For years, China’s nationalist trolls were known as “50 cents gang”, or wumao tang, for the Rmb0.50 they were said to earn for each patriotic post.

    But more recently a new breed of volunteer warrior has emerged, nicknamed the “bring-your-own-rations wumao” for their willingness to work without pay.

    Comment:

    Watch out: Some may appear in Malaysian blogs. Or a few disloyal Malaysians may join them “defending the homeland”. Note that even Robert Kuok said in Kajang that he is “twin-footed .. one foot in China”. Ungrateful ingrate, becoming a billionaire from the sugar monopoly the Malay-led gomen gave him after Merdeka, never gave anything to the Malays, the disadvantaged lot in this country.

    What about cybertroopers in Malaysia? Only UMNO “makan dedak cybertroopers”? 10 sen per word? Cursed as “bangang, haramjadah” by the dissatisfied bossman during Pru13 campaign. Maybe told “Kepala Bapak Kau” during the coming Pru14 campaign.

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