Tokong’s Crappy Record

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  1. Najib punya gagal ada bertan banyak nya. says:

    Najib punya gagal ada bertan banyak nya.

    Paling gagal ia lah mengawal korapsi. 1MDB menambah korapsi ber tan tan lagi. Malaysia dah turun lagi di indeks CPI yang di gubal Transparency International. Bergelumang dengan tahi korapsi.

    1MDB di laporkan terhutang sehingga RM50 bilion. Tak cukup wang nak bayar faedah pinjaman bank sehingga pada satu masa dulu Astro Ananda Krishnan pinjamkan RM1 bilion. Besar kemaluan Najib tak terkira.

    Paling teruk ia lah rakyat pendapatan rendah. Di kampong dan di bandar. Tak cukup duit, Najib kenakan rakyat cukai GST. Rakyat pendapatan rendah pun kena bayar. Di sana sini rakyat merana, kais pagi petang, tak cukup menampong keperluan seharian.

    Pru14 lah masa nya mereka membalas dendam. Dengan undi. Memberi balasan kapada Umno/Bn.

    • Anonymous says:

      “Public Service Department director-general Zainal Rahim’s rejoinder to the civil service to remain “loyal” to the government ..”

      Note that loyalty to the government does not mean having to vote for the government in power. Nobody can say that being so. Nonsense if so.

      ALL civil servants can decide who they want to vote for.

      Loyalty is only in ensuring that they carry out the policies of the government in power. E.g, build schools, bridges, hospitals etc. Make available the funds that have been budgeted, do the tenders, make the payments, etc.


      • Anonymous says:

        Beauty is skin deep. Loyalty is dedak deep.

        Like Tun M said: they offer money, take, but vote Harapan.

    • Anonymous says:

      If ‘fake news specialist’ Salleh is serious in wanting Malaysians to turn a blind eye to the RM50 billion elephant in the room and take his word on 1MDB over that of the US DOJ, mere rhetoric will not suffice.

      If the DOJ’s colossal amount of evidence is baseless, what about the 1MDB-related prosecutions and convictions in other jurisdictions? And why didn’t 1MDB, and more importantly those implicated, in the alleged scam challenge the DOJ’s actions?

      Instead of blowing hot air, if Salleh has nothing to hide, he must do the following. Show us the audited accounts of 1MDB from 2013 to 2016. Declassify the Special Task Force reports, the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) findings, and the Auditor-General’s Report on 1MDB canned under the Official Secrets Act (OSA).

      While at it Salleh must also tell us why we caved in to the Abu Dhabi’s International Petroleum Investment Company’s (IPIC) demands in the recent London arbitration contrary to 1MDB’s claim that all monies due to Aabar/IPIC has been paid and the Finance Ministry’s defiant stand that it would challenge the IPIC’s claims at the arbitration courts?

      • Anonymous says:

        Salleh won’t dare do it. If he shows us the 1MDB audited accounts, he’ll get fired. So, he only utters fake news here and there.

      • Anonymous says:

        US ambassador to Malaysia, Kamala Shirin Lakhdhir, should clarify with the people of Malaysia on the involvement of certain individuals linked to Trump’s campaign in the attempt to stop the DOJ and FBI investigations and prosecutions on 1MDB. Please reveal what were the discussion points between Trump and MO1 during his unofficial visit to the White House in Sept ’17. The US government needs to be transparent not only to the people of Malaysia, but also to its own citizens, on whether there was any abuse of power by Trump and his associates by soliciting money from MO1 and Jho Low in order to influence the investigations by the DOJ and FBI. The Malaysian people want to continue to believe in the integrity and effectiveness of checks and balances in the US system of governance. The only way is for the US authorities to fully investigate the report by WSJ, and take all necessary actions to ensure that justice will be served in the 1MDB case, for the sake of all Malaysians.

        • Anonymous says:

          These Ambassadors are generally out to say nice words, utter polite pleasantries, avoid controversies. Cannot expect them to do more than those.

          But the DOJ is different. They have a Kleptocracy Division within the outfit, committed to the removal of Kleptocracies in the world. They have said they were changing their focus – to “the criminal aspects” of their 1MDB investigations.

          Hopefully, near to Pru14, they’d make a Press Release like they did on 15 June 2017, this time providing the full particulars of “MO1” and his crimes regarding 1MDB.

    • Dr Mahathir-Led RCI On 1MDB says:

      Let’s see how Najib gets out of a really crap situation brought out by this very interesting proposal by Lim Kit Siang –

      Kit Siang proposes Dr M-led RCI on 1MDB

      Lim Kit Siang has proposed a royal commission of inquiry led by former prime minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad to get to the bottom of the 1MDB scandal.

      Lim said this would be an opportunity for Najib to prove everything about 1MDB was above board, as the government has repeatedly claimed.

      “To demonstrate to Malaysians and the world that the Malaysian prime minister has nothing to hide, that he is above board and beyond reproach in the morass of the 1MDB international money-laundering scandal, which had been described by the US attorney-general as the world’s ‘worst kleptocracy’, and that he is open to investigation by anyone…

      “…Let him announce that the RCI into the 1MDB scandal would be headed by his new nemesis Mahathir, and comprising commissioners half of which would be nominated by Harapan,” he said in a statement today.

      Lim urged for the announcement should be made during the King’s government policy speech at the official opening of Parliament tomorrow.

      “Parliament should stop being the Rip Van Winkle of world parliaments, sleeping while the whole world is awake to the global kleptocracy of the 1MDB scandal.

      “What better way to cleanse and purge Malaysia of the ignominy, infamy and iniquity of the 1MDB scandal than an RCI into the 1MDB scandal headed by Mahathir?” he said.

      Lim pointed to a series of damaging news reports internationally on the scandal, including the seizure of the superyacht Equanimity in Indonesia last week, and the seizure of a Bombardier jet in Singapore in February.

      All the seized assets were believed to have been acquired using misappropriated 1MDB funds that were laundered through the US financial system.

      The DOJ believes that at least US$4.5 billion was misappropriated from 1MDB, and is seeking to seize US$1.7 billion in assets allegedly acquired using the stolen funds.

    • Anonymous says:

      We will face the general election (GE14) in a matter of weeks or months and no doubt we are facing the most important election of all times. Malaysia is now at a juncture where Malaysians can potentially decide the fate of the nation for the next several decades – if not centuries – when a two-party system or two-coalition system finally takes place for the first time in the history of Malaysia.

      In democratic countries where people can elect their government via ballots, we often see a change of government, mostly by two dominating parties or coalitions in their respective political landscape. Ironically, the same has not happened to Malaysia for the past 61 years.

      In GE13 which took place in 2013, there was a clear rejection by the people of BN when around 52 percent of Malaysian voters voted for Pakatan Rakyat, the then opposition pact. However, due to gerrymandering, BN still obtained 60 percent of parliamentary seats (133 of 222) and formed the government with just 47 percent of popular votes.

      Malaysians demanded a change in government not only because BN failed to be a competent and responsible government, but due to the public’s understanding of the importance of a normal democracy and two-coalition system. It’s been for some time now that Malaysians are frustrated and upset about the economic situation we are in, but the leaders of BN and even Prime Minister Najib Razak himself repeatedly ignored and denied the voice of the rakyat.

      Without a two-coalition system where a government can be held responsible and risks losing its position if the people are dissatisfied and are empowered to exert influence on the ruling coalition, we are more likely to see complacency than improvements.

      In the context of GE14, the three conditions below will provide a good chance for Malaysia to achieve a two-coalition system for the first time in its history.

      The has been a revolutionary change in how people obtain information in the past 10 to 15 years. Social media has become an essential part of the daily routine for many. The rise of Facebook, Twitter, Youtube, Instagram and messaging apps such as Whatsapp, Wechat and Line has transformed the way information is disseminated and discussed.

      If we were to look back at 2008, the historical swing of electoral votes in favour of the opposition was largely attributed to the rise of the social media era. In Malaysia, where BN holds control in most of the media, be it television news, printed press or radio broadcasting, social media paves the way for information to be obtained by the masses.

      Without the internet and social media, financial scandals like 1MDB or FGV may never have been made known to concerned Malaysians. We may even believe claims by our PM and his ministers that our economy is doing fantastically.

      In an information-friendly environment that we are in now, BN may use “fake news” to explain away scandals and governance failures, but they will never be able to completely stop the truth from being heard.

      A government is supposed to take care of the people and any coalition that is serious about its vision as a government must be at least able to provide solutions to the problems faced by the people.

      Winning in the election and forming the federal government is only the first step. What Harapan has to work on includes short term and long term measures to its vision on a new Malaysia where the era of a corrupt ruling regime must end so that there will be reasons for Malaysia to shine.

      Solutions to the dire economic situations such as declining purchasing power, affordability of properties, unemployment among youths and more must be handled with enough political will and proper execution. Harapan has formulated in its manifestos the plan in addressing the issues concerned, which will be launched soon.

      By announcing the Prime Minister and Deputy Prime Minister candidates as well as completing seat allocations months before the general election is called, Harapan is pacing itself very well in the preparation for the battle. Harapan has properly and successfully turned its zeal into motion and is ready to change Malaysia for all Malaysians.

      This is perhaps the most important condition. Many are angered by and upset with the regime, and many are looking forward to a change.

      No Malaysian is left inspired by a PM who put them into a tough economic situation and repeatedly told them to be grateful with what BN is doing; no Malaysian is left inspired by a ruling coalition that does not take battling corruption seriously while the nation is being named a “kleptocracy at its worst”; no Malaysian is left inspired by being deprived of a normal democracy and being denied the chance to express their concerns electorally.

      I’m just as angry, upset, and disappointed as you. Which is why we must each make sure we are doing all we can to materialise a new beginning for Malaysia.

      It’s a lie by BN that tomorrow will not be better when they’re gone. It’s a lie they want you to believe.

      Let’s change Malaysia forever in the coming general election.

      • Anonymous says:

        One has to expect a lot of crooked acts, cheats, corruption, vote buying, doubtful ballot counting (blackout at Pru13) – one has seen gerrymeandering acts by the government in power, the Parliamentary sitting beginning to morrow will pass the new election boundaries, etc.

        Such acts will be carried out despite the international observers.

        The local observers representing the various political parties must shout out loud and clear when seeing any of those crooked tricks during voting day, make Police reports etc.

        They cannot be allowed to win the election by cheats and trickery.


      Tokong’s Crappy Record?

      Najib’s crappy record has long been established. Since he took office 9 years ago.

      Foremost is 1MDB, next are the mismanagement of FELDA, RISDA, etc. Also the damn unpopular GST, the ever-increasing prices of goods, and he did nothing about those – the low income and the rural folks grinning to make ends meet every day.

      Those are the ones that’ll bring him down – plonk – at Pru14.

    • Anonymous says:

      Indeed, if you ask, there would be tons of negative comments about the previous Umno-controlled BN government in Penang. If you upload those to the Internet, it would probably jam the servers.

  2. Umno/Bn Tak Peduli Rakyat says:

    Amat bagus Pakatan Harapan buat ” Kedai Peduli Rakyat”.

    Tak macam Umno/Bn yang tak peduli rakyat, ambik duit rakyat melalui GST, kamdian sogok rakyat melalu bayaran wang tunai, cara feudal. Amat memlukan.

    Five essential goods for RM1 at Johor Harapan’s ‘shop’ for the needy –

    At the Kedai Peduli Rakyat, RM1 buys 1kg of rice and four other items of the customer’s choosing.

    • Anonymous says:

      With regards to the BN’s KR1M model and the Jualan Chepo rakyat new scheme, since no profit making concern can possibly survive selling anything of the sort for cheap (without any grant or assistance from the govt), I asume the govt (read, OUR money) is paying for the subsidy. So this is the new subsidy modus of BN’s, the ensure only their rural traget audience gets subsidies while the rest of us, who contribute a large portion of the revenues, gets nothing for having a brain to see through their devilry.

  3. Anonymous says:

    The silly Azlee fellow talking about “the 1MDB fatigue”. He does not seem to understand the implications of the humongous 1MDB scandal that involves Najib. Maybe he doesn’t have the capacity to understand.

    “It can get very frustrating when we see more than half a dozen countries around the world still conducting investigations on the scandal,” said the bloke. What ta poke. And a joke.

    Yes, multiple investigations that were opened against the fund and even against Najib. “But they were all closed”? Now where did he get that damn stupid fake news?

    He didn’t read about the DoJ having changed focus to “the criminal aspects” of their 1MDB investigations? And the Indonesian Police and US FBI joint action on the Jho Taek yacht in Bali just the other day? Investigations closed? Where did he put his head?

    • Anonymous says:

      Stupid for that Buah Keluak to defend Jho Low.

    • Anonymous says:

      Hah, even former Minister Rafidah made fun of the authorities not being able to trace Jho Taek’s yacht Equanimity.

      She claimed she herself had managed to spot it while on a diving trip in Thailand.

      “While on a diving trip exactly a year ago, in Thailand, we were easily able to pinpoint the Equanimity’s exact location using our boat’s AIS (automatic identification system).

      “I myself piloted my instructor’s boat, to exactly where the Equanimity was at sea,” she recounted in a Facebook post today.

      “And I personally took photos and videos of the Equanimity at a really very close range, including its ultra-luxurious tender at the marina in Phuket later that night.

      “We, mere divers, were able to do that. And our authorities could not?” she wrote.

      Bet you, there’ll be no answers. What a shame. The voters should answer at Pru14.

    • Anonymous says:

      Bernama reports some interesting revelation/ admission by Reezal Merican. He pins 1MDB shutdown on the huge criticisms against it.

      Reezal was a former member of the Public Accounts Committee which was led by a “Cari Makan” Chairman.

      “However, 1MDB has been severely criticised to the extent of affecting its market potential.”

      On Tuesday, Treasury secretary-general Mohd Irwan Serigar Abdullah, who is also the 1MDB chairperson, had reportedly announced that 1MDB would be shut down as soon its debts were paid off.

      More flak against the shutting down because of the huge losses the rakyat is being made to bear.

  4. Anonymous says:

    “when the current Umno president and Malaysian prime minister claims that the two horrors that await us if Harapan wins are betrayal and nepotism, well, that should bring a big sigh of relief for the Harapan faithful and Malaysians who vote.”

    What the blardy fook “betrayal and nepotism” talk? The greatest betrayal and nepotism so far has been Najib, Rosmah, stepson Reza Aziz.

    But good that Najib talked about “if Harapan wins”. He is feeling unsteady, unsure about Umno/Bn win at Pru14. Another loss of the popular vote, the Chinese tsunami again, possibly a Malay tsunami as well, and total kapputz at Parliament – complete loss of majority. It’s high time for Kleptocracy to go.

    • Anonymous says:

      I support fully what Arshad and Patriot say and do to get rid of corruption and Kleptocracy –

      Patriot’s Arshad defends country by speaking out against corruption

      A retired Brigadier General and at 75 years old, he enlisted other military and police veterans to join him to set up Persatuan Patriot Kebangsaan (Patriot) last May.

      Less than a year later, Patriot has seared itself into the public consciousness with its outspokenness, taking aim at Mara’s Australian apartment scandal, etc.

      It did not take long for the group to catch the attention of the public, nor for it to earn flak, most notably with Defence Minister Hishammuddin Hussein accusing Patriot of opposing the government.

      To Arshad, however, speaking out against corruption and injustice is an extension of his service towards the country.

      “We are not against the government, we are not. We will support the government if it is a good government.” (Well said, General).

      “We were the ones who fought for the country, we gave the people peace so they can sleep soundly at night with their families.

      “So when you see all this (corruption) happening, you feel betrayed.

      “To voice myself through writing, through the press, is the only avenue I have now to defend the country. The pen is mightier than the sword…

      Use the sword, General. Metaphorically. Especially during the Pru14 campaigning.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Only three kinds of Chinese would vote PAS – M’kini.

    You vote PAS, you’ll get PAS Hudud.

  6. Sad for Malaysians Under Najib says:


    A study by the UN children’s programme shows youths living in Malaysia’s US$30-a-month public housing units suffer more from stunting than those in Ghana – despite its GDP per capita being six times higher

  7. Anonymous says:

    Is Liow correct to say MCA represents the Chinese when 80% of the Chinese electorate rejected the 7-11 party in the 2013 general election?

  8. Anonymous says:

    If Harapan comes to power, it doesn’t matter who becomes PM or DPM. There will be an equitable sharing within the parties of Harapan on the important cabinet portfolios such as home, defence, finance, etc.

    First thing on the table to fixed will be the independence of the judiciary, police, armed forces and the anti-corruption agency.

    After all these are in place, we will have a PM and DPM and the ruling coalition serving in a fair and accountable manner – otherwise they will be dealt with accordingly by mandate of the people and rule of law.

    Political parties given the mandate to serve must prioritise the people and not their personal or party interests.

    One thing for sure is if BN continues to rule, there is only one future: more scandals, more money being wasted and yes, more suffering.

  9. Anonymous says:

    Ti Lian Ker of MCA said Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng lied that DAP represents all Malaysians since its leaders dare not contest in Malay-majority constituencies. If that is what Ti thinks, then Ti must admit that Liow and his party lied that MCA represents Chinese in Malaysia since MCA leaders dare not contest in Chinese-majority constituencies. MCA only dares to contest in constituencies where the people only exposed to government controlled news media, less educated and dedak dependent, in another word, MCA only dares to contest in contituencies with more gullible people, can be deceived easily. In another word, MCA is a party of tricksters.

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