The Lying By Pakatan Has Started !

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  1. Anonymous says:

    When nobody wants to comment at all on the blog post, it shows that what’s written or published must be nonsense, twisting and spinning the facts.

    Bastard Ang Tiunama Ang’s comment(s) aren’t included – he is a madman, said so many times in here, complete with write-ups justifying those.

    • Ang Tao Peng says:

      “When nobody wants to comment ”

      Well, you are making a “comment”.

      And you are a nobody!!!!

      Can’t resist that urge to troll, issit…???!!!

      • Shanghai Dog Ang Tiunama Peng says:

        What kind of comment is that, bastard Ang Tiunama peng?

        I have told you to do something about blokes like you caused a lot of quarrels among your own kind that your civilization COULD HAVE BEEN GREAT.

        A wasted 3,000 years (5,000 claimed the “twin footed” Robert Kuok).

        But fighting among yourselves, won’t even speak Mandarin even in South China but in Malaysia want Mandarin as the medium of instruction in schools. What the heck.

        You are even anti Hakkas and anti Hokkiens. You said so in here some time back. No unity can come about, even in Malaysia. What the fuck.

        You and your kind have been Shanghai dogs. Of the kind on Shanghai notice boards: Dogs And Chinese not allowed.

      • Anonymous says:

        2013年大選,巫統借走馬華的關丹、旺沙瑪珠及振林山,馬華這次可能拿不回關丹,旺沙瑪珠則陷入你爭我奪局面,並有可能再失去敦拉薩鎮和地不佬。

        馬華視為有勝算的選區,都被巫統搶去,這顯然是剿滅馬華的做法。

      • Anonymous says:

        Dear Johoreans working in Singapore. Please remember that the dirty BN is trying all means to steal GE 14. They are even contemplating a customs shutdown on 9th May so as to frustrate Johore voters coming in just to vote. Please find a way to vote and then return to work or take a day off. For the sake of Malaysia. Go vote and then return to work or take day off. I am sure that your Singapore boss will understand. They fully know the injustices going on in Malaysia and how MO1 is trying to steal GE 14. Please be prepared and not be surprised. The cheats will stop at nothing.

  2. Anonymous says:

    MCA should know by now how angry the nation is. People need outlets to release their frustrations and anger from the nonsense and mess left behind. Further more in social media it is non uncommon although unjustified to get rude and derogatory remarks. That’s no excuse. Wouldn’t MCA be pleased that people bothered to response let alone read. We know thousands couldn’t be bothered. Indeed it is an embarrassment.

    • Anonymous says:

      It is most embarrassed for MCA & Gerakan make that claim that DAP is trying to Destroy them…………… their incapable to serve Chinese community and betraying the Chinese is the RESULT that Chinese no longer treat them as a relevant Party to represent them in this country….On the contrary, DAP has shown TREMENDOUS Capabilities and Dignities in Fighting for the people at large regardless of Race and Religion……MCA & Gerakan are just mere dogs of the Umno/BN.

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      Kit Siang: DAP not out to eliminate MCA, Gerakan, but…
      18 Apr 2018, 7:30 pm (Updated 18 Apr 2018, 11:53 pm)

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      bob the builder
      19/Apr/2018 at 7:33:30am
      It is most embarrassed for MCA & Gerakan make that claim that DAP is trying to Destroy them…………… their incapable to serve Chinese community and betraying the Chinese is the RESULT that Chinese no longer treat them as a relevant Party to represent them in this country….On the contrary, DAP has shown TREMENDOUS Capabilities and Dignities in Fighting for the people at large regardless of Race and Religion……MCA & Gerakan are just mere dogs of the Umno/BN.

      Rku020
      19/Apr/2018 at 7:24:01am
      Well said LKS.

      Malaysia4All
      19/Apr/2018 at 3:37:50am
      MCA and Gerakan are like the dinosaurs of ages past – they thought that they were masters of the country and could carry on with UMNO, doing whatever they liked, and destroying the country, without regard to the lowly rakyat that they should be serving. Well, times have changed. DAP came in like a meteor shower, and these dinosaurs are beginning to die off. Not a loss to the rakyat who have now become more aware and vocal for a voice that only DAP could offer them. Yes, DAP is not looking to eliminate MCA or Gerakan. But the rakyat are.

      MCA, MIC and Gerakan elimination as they become stooge to UMNO. They dare not fight or voice out anything to UMNO leaders. They just became puppet and keep themselves on comfort zone to enjoy the benefits as MPs. It became worst and worst until Chinese and Indians felt with or without these parties, it is the same for them. It is too late now for MCA, MIC and Gerakan to change and fight for their members as we already decided to support Pakatan Harapan to fight and voice for us!

    • Anonymous says:

      馬華不敢針對國家課題發表心聲,
      馬華將被時代給淘汰,
      馬華是被自己剿滅。

  3. Anonymous says:

    Ang Tao Peng disappeared, went away with his tail in between his legs yesterday.

    Let’ see if he shows up with usual silly comments to day.

  4. Anonymous says:

    納吉顯然是在發放毫無根據的假新聞,他促請馬來人確保大選不會發生馬來海嘯。他為了保住政權不惜操弄種族及宗教課題污蔑希盟,要求馬來人不要對國陣投下反對票。

    納吉治國無方,導致馬來人面對沉重經濟壓力,他們也會把憤怒和不滿轉化為選票投給希盟。

    其看法今天已成為事實。納吉的回應,證明馬來海嘯正在成形中,不再只是其個人推測。

    雖然面對國陣恐嚇和阻擋,各族人民包括許多馬來人,都願意挺身出席希盟講座,即便大雨也澆熄不了他們的熱情。我們在吉打、玻璃市、彭亨、森美蘭和柔佛都看到全民海嘯的成形。

    • 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.

  5. Ang Tao Peng says:

    Hahahahahaaaa…!!!!!

    DAP = Demolished And Perishing party talks big but has no guts to fight where it matters!!!!

    And nobody is listening to the taiko tokongs of the BrylcLim Dynasty and go where they should to contest!!!!

    The old barking hens and okking ccoks all want to entrench themselves in their comfort zones!!!!

    What a bunch of chickens in the Land of the noisy Barking Chicken bolehland!!!!

    “Chinese dilemma in Johor

    Analysis

    Sunday, 15 Apr 2018

    by joceline tan

    Royal factor: The Sultan of Johor is riding a popularity wave and the palace seems to be taking a clear stand on Johor’s politics. Picture shows the big welcome for the Sultan of Johor when he arrived in a special limousine for the annual Chingay parade last year.

    Royal factor: The Sultan of Johor is riding a popularity wave and the palace seems to be taking a clear stand on Johor’s politics. Picture shows the big welcome for the Sultan of Johor when he arrived in a special limousine for the annual Chingay parade last year.

    A week is a long time in politics and what a week it has been in the politics of Johor – from the Crown Prince’s controversial statement on the politics of his state to the chaotic supermarket run on Wednesday night.

    The Johor palace which has been closely watching the unfolding political developments seems to have stepped up its game. And it is a game where the royals set the rules and the rest of us watch on, not quite understanding how the game is played.

    Although Tunku Mahkota Johor Tunku Ismail Sultan Ibrahim or TMJ as he is known, said that his statement on Johor politics came from his heart, the perception was that he would not have acted without his father’s blessings.

    All this has to be seen in the context of the image of the Sultan of Johor. His popularity is at an all time high, he has built up a reputation as the people’s Sultan and everywhere one turns in Johor Baru, there are billboards declaring, “Daulat Tuanku”.

    TMJ’s controversial statement was one of those game-changing situations and it has forced political players in Johor to reassess their strategies and focus.

    Although the palace angst seems to be aimed squarely at Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad, it affects the rest of Pakatan Harapan given that he is their Prime Minister nominee.

    “The palace signal could not be clearer, it was like a sharp spear. How do you react to that?” said a DAP politician.

    According to the DAP politician, it might impede the Malay momentum that Pakatan needs in Johor and it has complicated DAP’s push to win more seats and make inroads into the mixed seats.

    “Even people who have warmed up to us, they will be asking themselves whether there will be a confrontation with the palace when it comes to appointing the MB,” he said.

    But even without the palace factor, DAP had encountered problems in its grand design to wipe out MCA in Johor. The plan to move their big names to difficult seats in Johor and elsewhere has not been smooth.

    The strategy was to pitch their big names against counterparts from MCA and Gerakan or what DAP leaders termed a contest of “king fight king”.

    However, not many DAP big names were willing to risk it, with several of them indicating they will only move to seats where they can be assured of winning.

    To date, only Kluang MP Liew Chin Tong has taken what is seen as a real plunge, venturing into Ayer Hitam to take on the MCA deputy president.

    Ironically, the biggest fight may be in Perak rather than in Johor. Perak DAP chairman Nga Kor Ming is expected to take on Gerakan president Datuk Seri Mah Siew Keong in Teluk Intan. His star in the party will rise if he beats Mah.

    Kulai MP Teo Nie Ching who raised the battle cry to wipe out MCA – she used the term “wei jiao” (annihilate) – has backed away from taking on MCA vice-president Datuk Chua Tee Yong in Labis.

    She wants to remain in Kulai which she won by more than 13,000 votes in 2013.

    Gobind Singh Deo, the son of the late Karpal Singh, is also reluctant to leave his Puchong seat. He was asked to consider Labis but after checking out the constituency, he decided against it.

    The DAP leadership had also tried to make Skudai assemblyman Dr Boo Cheng Hau go to, first, Ayer Hitam and then Labis. Lim Kit Siang had personally met Dr Boo to persuade him but Dr Boo’s view is that the party should have given him more notice so that he could have carried out some political programmes instead of just parachuting in.

    He has insisted on remaining in Skudai where he managed to maintain the people’s support despite being sidelined by the DAP leadership.

    Dr Boo’s former protege Tan Hong Pin, who is Mengkibol assemblyman, recently posted an open letter on Facebook pressing Dr Boo to take a risk and make a sacrifice for the future of the party.

    Tan said he was willing to give up his Mengkibol seat and go to Skudai. That upset Dr Boo’s supporters who slammed Tan for betraying the man who used to be his sifu.

    The fact that Wong Tack is again contesting in Bentong against MCA president Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai suggests that DAP is unable to live up to its “king fight king” objective.

    Wong was a sensation in 2013 when he projected himself as a passionate environmentalist before falling off the radar screen.

    He cannot compare to what Liow has brought to Bentong and putting Wong against the MCA president makes the battle elsewhere less convincing.

    There are several other reasons as to why the DAP offensive in Johor may have backfired.

    The Chinese do not agree with the idea of wiping out MCA which has played a significant role in sorting out Chinese issues and providing the link between the government and SMEs and other businesses.

    The community, especially the business sector and Chinese guilds and associations, have expressed concern about a move that will see “Chinese kill Chinese”.

    But wasn’t that what the Chinese voters did to MCA and Gerakan in the 2013 general election?

    The thing is that in 2013, Chinese voters were told that they were voting against Umno but the end result saw the Chinese almost wiping out MCA and Gerakan candidates.

    This time, it was a direct pitch to finish off MCA and it did not go down well with community leaders, they do not support the strategy to wipe out MCA.

    Some of them have asked why they should kill off Dr Wee who has championed Chinese education and spoken up on Chinese issues. They see him as a capable leader.

    They feel that they are being asked to choose between “fish and bear’s paw” or “yu yu xiong zhang”, a classic Chinese saying denoting a difficult choice between two rare delicacies during China’s imperial era.

    It is not like gambling, where you can bet on both Sports Toto and 4D at the same time.

    Those critical of the strategy said it was conceived by an elite group in the party who did not brainstorm before deciding to implement it.

    The plan was also viewed with suspicion by some who perceived it as a scheme to get rid of people who are not aligned to the powerful Lims.

    The DAP offensive was also supposed to be complemented by its partners. DAP, said the above party politician, had hoped that big names like Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin, Nurul Izzah Anwar and Mohamed Sabu would move south to lend their clout.

    As Pakatan’s Mentri Besar candidate, Muhyiddin ought to be taking on Datuk Seri Khaled Nordin in Kempas and Pasir Gudang. But the former Deputy Prime Minister is contesting in Pagoh as well as the Gambir state seat.

    Mat Sabu has opted for a safe seat in Kota Raja, Selangor, while Nurul Izzah is eyeing a safe haven in either Permatang Pauh or Pandan.

    The Malay partners failed to rise to the occasion and that is why it is difficult to convince people that a Malay tsunami is on the way. With DAP alone playing the strongman politics has also sent the wrong signal to the Malays in Johor.

    Aiming to capture Johor was a high-stakes game and DAP seems to have under-estimated the distrust that the Malay rulers have for Dr Mahathir. It was quite a blow to be labelled a “fork-tongued individual”.

    It is too late to back off.

    “When you beat the war drum, you’ve got to charge ahead or else the urge to win will be deflated,” said the above DAP politician, borrowing from the ancient Chinese strategist Zhuge Liang.

    Perhaps the most curious aspect of DAP’s “king fight king” strategy is that only the second liners are being sent to the battlefront, while the top guns are staying put in areas where even a banana tree would have won as a DAP candidate.

    It gave the impression that the top leaders were not willing to do or die.

    But those who have been studying Lim’s politics over the years think the Gelang Patah MP may have a surprise up his sleeves. They cannot believe that DAP’s most powerful figure will take the easy way out and remain in Gelang Patah which he won with a majority of more than 14,000 votes.

    Speculation that he would risk it all in Johor Baru seems to have petered off. Some thought he would go to Bentong but that is now also out of the equation.

    A new round of speculation has begun over where Lim will go. Will he stay put in Gelang Patah or will he head north?”

    https://www.thestar.com.my/opinion/columnists/analysis/2018/04/15/chinese-dilemma-in-johor-daps-grand-design-to-kill-off-mca-in-johor-is-not-going-as-smoothly-as-expe/#BLOzJw92tLKi0heF.99

    • Mad Ang Tiunama Peng says:

      There you go. Mad again. This time you laugh really like a madman.

      And copy pasting such a long news report/ comment/analysis. And, being mad, not realizing that, having c&p all of it, there was no need for you to give the internet link.

      No point to argue with you, a madman.

      Just one observation: joceline tan is a columnist of theStar, an MCA/Bn tool. Her opinions are not correct. Others have opinions opposite hers.

    • Anonymous says:

      馬華將被時代給淘汰,
      馬華是被自己剿滅。

    • Anonymous says:

      I have been commuting daily for 15 years because of better pay in Singapore. I am going for change so that my children and other people children don’t need to do this.

      Probably more than half a million commute to work in Spore & have to commute daily imagine the difficulties & conveniences they have to go thru! Obviously BEND are a very cruel corrupted regime that do not care for rakyat!

      BN deputy PM Ahmad Zahid Hamidi, during a visit to Kluang, Johor last week, also said it was best for Malaysians working in Singapore not to return to vote if they couldn’t get leave – Kepala Bapak Kau! They will return home to vote out BN!

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