Hangpa tak tanya ka apa pasai ada rakyat buat begitu?
Depa above politics, sepatut nya tak buat kenyataan yang berupa politik.
Indonesia on Wednesday seized a luxury yacht on the island of Bali sought by the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) as part of a multi-billion dollar corruption investigation linked to Malaysian state fund 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB).
“We have been inspecting the crew since yesterday and now we are taking action since we have received approval from the court to seize the boat,” Agung Setya, director of economic and special crimes at the Indonesia’s criminal investigation bureau, told Metro TV.
Television footage in Indonesia showed Indonesian officials talking to the crew on board the moored yacht with the name “Equanimity”. at Benoa Bay.
BN has handed the opposition five “gifts” in the past week, the opposition coalition’s deputy president Lim Guan Eng said.
The “gifts” also serve as reminders why people must vote for change in the next general election, he said.
These are Prime Minister Najib Razak’s switch from rice to quinoa, BN’s attacks against billionaire Robert Kuok, Switzerland absorbing RM400 million in funds linked to 1Malaysia Development Bhd seized by several banks last year, the seizure of Jho Low’s super yacht The Equanimity in Bali, and the probe on Penang’s undersea tunnel and highways project.
“Although the federal government talks about a 6% economic growth, the people are facing hardship because of the GST (goods and services tax).
“But the PM says he eats quinoa, which cost about RM600 for 10kg, instead of rice. That’s eating emas (gold), not beras (rice),” Lim said at a Penang PKR fund-raiser last night.
The DAP secretary-general said BN, which controls Putrajaya, should be replaced as it is a party that bites the hand that it feeds.
He cited the attacks against Kuok by Umno leaders, despite the tycoon once donating funds to Umno and MCA.
Kuok is also accused of funding DAP in an attempt to rid BN and install a Chinese government, Lim told the crowd.
“Kuok never gave DAP money, but I suppose Umno knows better than me, the party secretary-general.
“It is malicious slander. Umno just wants to play up racial politics… that is their dirty, racist and extremist lie.”
On the RM400 million from sovereign fund 1MDB, Lim said it was a loss to Malaysians and until now, the government had yet to send representation to Switzerland.
Putrajaya has also failed to act on the seizure of The Equanimity on Wednesday.
“There is no investigation by Malaysia. How could Low afford a RM1 billion super yacht?
“Why is the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission not after Low, or going to Bali to investigate?”
Meanwhile, on the tunnel and highways project, Lim said it was a “corruption scandal” played up by BN to attack the DAP-led state government.
“We have been asking MACC how an open tender project could be corrupt. But they don’t answer.
“Newspapers reported that politicians received kickbacks. Now we know who got the money,” the Penang chief minister said, referring to a businessman who allegedly received RM19 million from the project contractor to “settle” MACC’s probe into the project.
“The time has come. We have to make a change. You support Pakatan and only then, you will have harapan (hope). We have to change the federal government in the next 60 days.”
Fake news dari Rusia?
With our national debt ballooning every day, we don’t see Najib spending within our country’s means, do we?
If he was, he’d be flying economy class on commercial flights; he’d be considering a cheaper energy source than to spend as much as RM2.2 million in a year on Seri Perdana’s electricity bills; and he’d think twice before approving a RM30 million race track for the mat rempits.
Umno folks believe in the fake news from RPK?
The biggest donations have been given to Umno and MCA previously where the money apparently do not reach the party but landed up in someone bank accounts.
Now no more donation hence get angry? Anyway Robert Kuok is a good friend of PRC and M01 has to beg PRC to rescue 1MDB. A very interesting development indeed
RM85 for a meal with chicken and fish for a family of 4?
The Barisan Nasional government for collecting more than RM40 billion in GST but only returning RM7 billion to the people in BR1M last year.
Nazri, being a Minister for tourism, is advisable not to harm tourism by banging his balls at a great businessman like Mr. Robert Kuok. If he wishes to play marbles, play with one of the politicians in PH like Tun Dr M. Playing the race card is not a wise move in a multi-racial nation. Is he trying to divert attention from the many scandals affecting the nation. Is he trying to divert attention away from1MDB and FELDA scandals? The voters are matured enough now to know what is right and what is wrong. Do not panic and wet your pants and wildly shoot ! Take on Tun Dr M for he is going on a tenacious campaign and bringing up 1MDB at every opportunity. His calm, collected speech has a great following which may frighten many a BN leader for his persuasive way of putting across a simple message. Now, many BN leaders are desperate and do not know how to address important issues that touch millions of lives. GST, rising cost of living, high prices of houses, English deficiency.
Veterans today echoed the Johor sultan’s reminder to civil servants that they should stay apolitical with the 14th general election approaching.
National Patriots Association president brig gen (rtd) Mohamed Arshad Raji said civil servants served the Agong and country, and so, Sultan Ibrahim Sultan Iskandar was right in telling government employees that they should not side with either the ruling coalition or the opposition.
He said it was a timely reminder that all civil servants in Malaysia should take seriously.
“As veterans and retired police, we urge our brethren still in service to heed Sultan Ibrahim’s advice.
“Don’t get involved in politics,” the sultan told them during a meeting at Istana Pasir Pelangi in Johor Bahru.
But what is he doing?
The 1.5 million civil servants (grossly under qualified and from the wrong disciplines) are an independent lot but are they? They owe their positions to ‘affirmative ‘ policies and as such all Malaysians suffer. The better ones leave and the remaining pool becomes insidious and the gene pool deteriorates rapidly. They cannot think and become the vote bank of the ruling party. If only they can act independently and vote without fear or favour Mslaysia will have a great government admired by the world. We do not have this but we must try to be the best as such civil servants should be neutral and vote with their conscience and not be indimidated by those in power. This is not a dream.
Read more at https://m.malaysiakini.com/columns/413611#czPoSDltstsdfhGz.99
You are talking from your assol. This is the kind of talk that’d make Nazri say stupid and I say ignorant yet arrogant.
“The 1.5 million civil servants (grossly under qualified and from the wrong disciplines)” – And you pick this information from your assol, too? Where are the proofs that they are “grossly under qualified and from the wrong disciplines”? Wild, unsubstantiated and unjustified claims and allegations. Not even any explanations.
“They owe their positions to ‘affirmative ‘ policies and as such all Malaysians suffer.” You should put your head in your assol for saying that. Fook you for saying “all Malaysians suffer.” Only you and the likes of you ungrateful ingrate ultra kiasu pendatang “suffer” (apa lagi lu mau?), the rest don’t.
Fook you again for implying that even the non-Malay civil servants owe their positions to affirmative policies. You are a glib bugger, with a loose tongue and a screw-loose head.
Damn irresponsible bloke giving adverse opinions without any facts to support.
Penang Pakatan Harapan leaders have turned the tables on MCA deputy president Wee Ka Siong for his apparent silence over the implication of an Umno politician in the state’s RM6.3 billion undersea tunnel project.
Penang Deputy Chief Minister II P Ramasamy questioned the silence of BN leaders after Baling MP Abdul Azeez Rahim was alleged to have been paid RM3 million for “consultancy” work on the project, the subject of a massive MACC probe.
“Why is Wee not responding with the same kind of fervour and energy that he did when he queried the Penang government over the undersea tunnel project?
“Wee churned out statement after statement over the issue, and so did Penang BN chief Teng Chang Yeow, who held several press conferences to attack the state government and Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng over the project,” he said.
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