Pakatan Recycling Lies !

Source: The Star

Bicycle lane costs RM4mil, not RM4bil, clarifies DBKL

The Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) has clarified that its first-ever dedicated bicycle lane will cost RM4mil and not RM4bil, which was misreported by a Malay daily recently.

DBKL said that the daily had already corrected its mistake.

The route will connect Menara DBKL 1 on Jalan Raja Laut to Menara DBKL 3, Bandar Wawasan, on Jalan Raja Abdullah.

The route is a pilot project and is expected to be ready for the World Urban Forum in 2018.

Meanwhile, Barisan Nasional strategic communications deputy director Datuk Eric See-To said due to the recent MACC investigations into the controversial Penang undersea tunnel project, there had been recent fake news being widely circulated by unknown Pakatan-friendly cybertroopers who were trying to “mischievously” compare this allegedly RM4bil 6km-DBKL bicycle lane project with the 7km-Penang tunnel project that costs RM6.34bil.

See-To then slammed the cybertroopers for “stooping so low” to take advantage of a “typo mistake” by a newspaper in order to confuse the people and defend the Penang tunnel project.

“Is RM4mil for 6km by DBKL considered expensive? Please do bear in mind that a bicycle lane project a few years ago in Penang was previously reported by the Penang state govt to have cost RM30mil for 12km while the Penang budget for 2018 had stated that an additional RM45mil will be spent to build 39.3km of bicycle lanes,” See-To said in a statement Monday.

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28 Responses to Pakatan Recycling Lies !

  1. a says:

    Se To would have been smart if he had used estimates by the professionals – engineers, quantity surveyors, etc. Particularly, estimates on the DBKL project itself. Surely he can get such estimates and quote them, he being a BN Deputy Strategic Communications Director, whatever that title exactly means.

    He’s being political when comparing such a project with other projects elsewhere. Because factors vary – physical (how much changes to footpaths, drains etc required), geographical (slope, gradient, embankment, etc).

    When doing that, he sounds making fake news. Like Donald Trump who shouts such accusations merely because he often creates fake news. Like building a wall across the Mexican border which the Mexicans refuse to pay and Americans do not want it paid by the taxpayers.

    So, fake news there shall always be in Malaysia, too. There has been a lot connected with 1MDB, FELDA RM270 million land, GST and the reasons for the ever increasing prices of goods, including petrol. More to come, especially in the UMNO/BN manifesto at PRU14.

    • Anonymous says:

      Very often political talk brings or involve fake news. Therefore, politicians are often not believable.

    • fake news can threaten political stability says:

      fake news is now serious business so much so that governments around the world are considering tougher laws against it.

      Najib has announced that the government is looking into introducing laws to curb fake news.

      “We don’t want this fake news to spread. This does not mean we control the internet, the internet is free …,” he said at in Kelantan.

      “BN has also been a victim of a false news that claimed there was a blackout, but the people must think that if there is a blackout, it is still daylight,” he added. But when the sun is not out and counting done in an enclosed area like a school hall?

      Najib highlighted the rumours of 40,000 Bangleshi phamtom voters was spread on social media. And he lost the popular vote and the 2/3 Parliamentary majority, got the Chinese tsunami and the worst election results in Umno’s history.

      malaysiandigest says fake news can threaten political stability and public order. Especially if done by the ruling party(ies).

    • Anonymous says:

      MO1, did you pay USD2 billion to the monkey who designed the Visit Malaysia 2020 logo?

      • Anonymous says:

        The rapid pace of construction for The Exchange 106 is known to every Malaysian household. It is a project which gives Chinese citizens a lot of face. It brings prestige to China,” So what is there for Malaysians to be proud about this building? It is being built by a massive loan from China, with China expertise and technology. We don’t even need this building because there is a glut in office space. The money should have been better spent on much needed areas in education and healthcare. To Mr and Mrs MO1, this building is a symbol of their status, being higher than the Petronas TT built by TDM. To China, this building is a symbol of their future dominance over the Malaysian economy and government, or neo-colonization.

      • Anonymous says:

        We all know who is tarnishing the country’s image. It is Najib’s “corrupted government” who are to be blamed & yet the leaders have the cheek to accuse Tun Mahathir for their “bad governance & wrongdoings”.

        Better give up honorably & make way for Pakatan Harapan. BN can’t be blaming the opposition for every single “good move” made by Tun Mahathir. Whatever Tun Mahathir decides at this age is for the good of the future .generation. But what Najib & his ministers did in the past for the nation was to “enrich themselves” & their cronies to the maximum; leaving the people in disarray. BN exit from the political arena for good will depend on our votes.

  2. a says:

    “Bicycle lane costs RM4mil, not RM4bil, clarifies DBKL” –

    People should think of why the misreporting. A typo or was it the association with the billions of Ringgit in you-know-who’s bank account. Was it real or a deliberate attempt to remind the public about such a huge sum of money with varied statements by UMNO/BN people as well as the account holder himself as to where from and its use. Ranging from denial to Arab royalty donation to for use during elections but a substantial sum “returned” well before PRU14.

    But what has become of this country Malaysia? Fake news here and there almost everywhere. Especially among the opposite camps of the political divide. The words and deeds of those in power questioned or interpreted and reported not quite exactly as meant. Making it appear as an erosion of respect for authority, the moral fibre of Malaysian society a lot diminished. And not just motorbikes, even cars crossing red traffic lights, seen often and in many places.

    The voters need to express themselves, use their votes and condemn the #spoilvote campaign of irresponsible people. That’s subversive to the healthy growth of democracy. Don’t stunt it by asking voters not to exercise their sacred and inalienable right to use their vote.

    • Anonymous says:

      The fact that the daily newspaper had corrected the mistake shows that it was a
      typo and they were not exploiting on the RM2.6 billion thingy.

      But the Star which put out the article / post above tried to exploit the typo but forgot the RM2.6 billion comparison with the RM4 illion.


    Hah, another one being said along the line of “KEPALA BAPAK KAU”?

    Wo la wei. Woe.

    If You Are Not Proud To Be Malaysian, Go Far Away – Najib
    Malaysian Times

    Najib said in Kota Bahru civil servants in the country were more patriotic than certain quarters because they were loyal and stood firmly behind the government … Alamak, no need to say this larr. All civil servants are expected to be loyal to and implement the policies of the government in power. Existing or future governments, whatever parties they may be.

    But saying, “Don’t be not proud of being Malaysians. If you are not proud, go far away, no need to stay here …”, that’s not expected – in fact, very lowly and debased – from a PM. It’s only ok to say those to those who don’t respect and abide by the Constitution of the country.

    • Anonymous says:

      Najib also said, “Just because we don’t get what we want, we want to bite the hands that feed us.” But what hands, what feed? Did the RM2.6 billion feed anybody?

      But what talking one, saying “(I am sure that) civil servants are aware that in our system, we cannot spend more than our revenue? but they (the opposition) have been talking about reducing the size of the civil service.” Want to scare the civil servants into voting him and UMNO/BN? Cheap trick, eh?

      “Some even insult civil servants saying that they are low class and are also subjected all kinds of name-calling?” But saying Kepala Bapak Kau not insulting? Is that the standard of a Prime Minister?

      “In fact, the opposition even mentioned that they will abolish the GST (Goods and Services Tax). Where to get the RM44 billion then?” Don’t need to get RM44 billion. Just don’t do a 1MDB, don’t mess up with 1MDB until the company is indebted by about that amount.

      The prime minister added that he was also determined to put Malaysia among the top 20 countries in the world … From what angle? Not from corruption angle, because Malaysia is way down there in this respect. Not from the standard of democracy, because Malaysia is the worst Kleptocracy, said the US Attorney General. Not from the angle of freedom of expression, because Malaysia is also well down there in this matter, too.

      True, “we have to cross one bridge first (the general election).” But because of the above, his bridge will be too short, he will not be able “to reach the other side.” He cannot build a government “that is not only stable, but firm and strong” because it will be terribly weakened by unending Kleptocracy and lack of freedom of expression.

    • Respect the Constitution says:

      I don’t support Najib at all saying the above. In fact, I oppose him.

      But I support the opinion by Muslim NGO chief Ismail Mina Ahmad: If you don’t agree with the constitution, leave. That’s based on more substantive, solid and concrete argument – respect for the Constitution.

      • Anonymous says:

        Respect constitution?
        Then please respect all races in Malaysia.

        • Anonymous says:

          Sure do.

          Any instances of people not doing so? Giving facts, complete with details, will help.

        • Anonymous says:

          Respect the Constitution cannot be dependent on “respect all races”. That shows ultra kiasu mentality, lop-sided priority and a lack of respect for the Constitution.

          In that case, not only Najib’s words become applicable –

          “If you are not proud (of Malaysia), go far away, no need to stay here …”

          Also Muslim NGO chief Ismail Mina Ahmad’s words: If you don’t agree with the constitution, leave.

    • Anonymous says:

      Hahaha, Najib kena bidas jugak dek PAS –

      Najib ungkit pemberian, buruk siku dengan Kelantan
      Harakah Daily

  4. C Too Too says:

    See-To then slammed the cybertroopers for “stooping so low”
    must be a lim sen C (also know as Eric C Tool) or whatever blog this.
    when C Tool hard bang 93 yo mat kerala, C Tool is very honorable lah!!!!!
    and creative!!!! creat all blushit figures
    poh-dah when your master Jib go call GE14 ah!!!!!

  5. Anonymous says:

    Soalan yg ingin saya kemukakan pada Najib
    Juga ahli kepentingan UMNO

    Sedia maklum Najib sudah tahu penerimaan & pendirian Rakyat
    terhadap Pentakbiran beliau . Pentakbiaran beliau Failed Badly
    Hutang Negara sampai berbillion billion , Harta , Tanah di Gadai sudah hilang
    Ringgit Lemah dan banyak lagi yg membuat Kebencian Rakyat
    Terhadap Najib juga Keluarga beliau

    Berapakah simpanan Najib serta assets keluarga beliau berbanding dengan hutang kerugian harta , tanah Malaysia ?

    Adakah Najib masih ingin Bertanding di PRU akan datang akan datang ?
    Bagaimana pula Beliau akan mengatasi Beban Hutang Piutang yg ada sekarang hasil dari kelemahan , Kebodohan Kepimpinan beliau ?
    Jangan pula Hutang Piutang bertambah lagi ?

    Ini penting bagi kami 1 Malaysia
    Kami tidak mahu hidup di belenngu hutang piutang sedangkan Najib
    sekerluarga hidup dalam kemewahan .

    • Anonymous says:

      Najib mesti masih ingin Bertanding di PRU akan datang. Oleh kerana 1MDB, GST, harga barangan melambong berterusan, jangan pilih dia atau Umno/Bn.

  6. Anonymous says:

    The High Court in Kuala Lumpur has dismissed an application to strike out a suit filed by Santamil Selvi, the widow of private investigator P Balasubramaniam, against Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak and his wife Rosmah Mansor.

    Justice Hue Siew Kheng, who made the decision in chambers, also ordered for the costs of RM2,000 to be paid by Najib, Rosmah, as well as six other defendants.

    • Anonymous says:

      When there are court decisions not in favour of Najib, they show judicial independence.

      I don’t mind if there are many because, on 1MDB alone, there should be plenty of court cases.

      Hope to see more decisions connected with 1MDB favourable to the rakyat right up to the Apex Court or Federal Court.

  7. Anonymous says:

    Ketuanan beware. If you don’t toe the line and work lazy and rilek then out you go. Now the Proton CEO is the PRC chinese towkay and please don’t complain because MO1 pawned Proton to GEELY. You cannot play play with the new chinese towkay anymore.

  8. Good Words on TDM by Ku Li. says:

    When FMT publishes its interview with Tengku Razaleigh (Ku Li), it’s not fake news, though some of his views may be questionable –

    “Dr Mahathir is a good leader,” he said, “but he hasn’t got the right team of people with him. It’s very difficult. It’s not well-organised because they don’t have the leadership.” (Well, TDM has not invited or sent overtures to Ku Li).

    But he (Ku Li) thinks he is not fit to advise Mahathir. “He is better than me. I don’t think he wants to listen to what I have to say. I am nothing compared to him.”

    He told FMT he had had enough of elections after winning in 11 of them. The last time he said this was before the 2013 general election.

    He wants to opt out because of his age (81). It’s not that he conveniently forgot about Mahathir, who turns 93 this year and is criss-crossing the country to talk to people a quarter of his age.

    “He’s special. If he’s not special, I wouldn’t fight him,” Ku Li said, raising his voice a little, perhaps hoping to end the interview on a high note. He failed to do so and was prodded on about his political future.

    • Good Words on TDM by Ku Li. says:

      Dr Mahathir said Tengku Razaleigh has told him that he has retired from politics.

      “He let me know he has retired and does not want to be involved in politics anymore.

      “I met him at a wedding recently and he sat next to me (but) we did not talk about politics because he has retired,” Mahathir said at a press conference at the Bersatu headquarters in Petaling Jaya today.

    • Anonymous says:


  9. Anonymous says:

    Endemic corruption in government service – another report again. The situation will be worse if Najib is allowed to continue as PM at Pru14.

    MACC has frozen RM4 million in 17 bank accounts over alleged corruption and abuse of power by a Perlis government agency director.

    Six witnesses had been summoned to have their statements recorded to assist in the investigation, said MACC Chief Commissioner Dzulkifli Ahmad at the Corruption Free Pledge at the Federal Agricultural Marketing Authority (FAMA) in Kuala Lumpur today.

    Yesterday, the MACC arrested the 60-year-old government agency director and two company directors aged 39 and 50 years respectively.

    The MACC also seized about RM900,000 in cash from the house of one of the company directors. Bernama

    Damn, that’s a lot of cash to be keeping in the house.

  10. Waiting for Sign No More DoJ Report on 1MDB Investigations? says:

    GE14: Najib waiting for ‘some sort of spark’ – Mkini

    Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak is waiting for “some sort of spark” in order to dissolve Parliament to pave the way for the 14th general election.

    “You know, what the Malays say ilham (inspiration) on what is the best timing for us.

    “As long as we do it within the ambit of the constitution. Let’s see whether we have to wait until June (automatic dissolution) or earlier. We will see how things develop,” he told reporters after chairing the Umno supreme council meeting in Kuala Lumpur this evening…

    But DoJ has changed focus to “the criminal aspects” of their 1MDB investigations. Have not produced a report like they did on 15 June 2017 which saw asset seizure court action.

    Maybe another report by their Kleptocracy Division just before the Malaysian general elections.

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