Last week, the Warisan party went on a donation drive to collect money from the public to pay for the bail money for their president Shafie Apdal who is implicated in the songlap of at least RM1.5 billion meant for the poorest people in Sabah.
They manage to collect RM112k to pay for the RM100k to bail out their president. (Please don’t mention how much money was given to hottie artist Zahida Rafik – even the driver was alleged to have taken RM200k from her).
However, netizens were outraged that after the donation drive, Warisan posted a smiling wefie photo of their Vice-President and Youth Head taking business-class seats to come to Kuala Lumpur.
This led to their other vice-president Junz Wong (who jumped to Warisan from DAP and presumably trained in Tokong-style taichi-ology) to give the excuse that their VP and youth head were forced to take business class seats as they were unable to get economy class.
Junz also tried to reassure netizens that 7 other ordinary Warisan members did not waste money to take business class flights as they managed to book economy seats.
So happens the 7 peasant members of Warisan managed to buy economy-class seats while your top guns such as the VP and youth head – both of which were caught and remanded for corruption worth billions- were not able to buy economy seats.
Okay… if you say so, Junz.
P.S, Majority of Netizens were not amused with Junz’s lame answer and proceeded to brand them as cheats.
DAP Penang CM II P.Ramasamy’s excuse why DAP did not bother to turn up at the Penang Forum’s flooding and landslides forum yesterday.
- Blame the organizers for not consulting the state govt leaders if they are free or not before arranging the forum.
- Tai-chi the blame to one anonymous person in the crowd and accuse himof insulting Deepavali.
- Blame the Penang Forum for inviting BN leaders as this is “proof” that the forum yesterday is “anti-DAP Govt”.
The arrogance and stupidity of this DAP leader is shocking.
A few participants, especially the vocal ones, took exception to those elected representatives who did turn up at the session. They overlooked the key fact that Penang Forum never arranged the date and time of the meeting without even consulting members of the state government.
Given the tight work schedule of the elected representatives, many could not turn up. For not turning up, they were ridiculed and one participant even raised his voice saying that they were busy attending Deepavali open houses.
His message was simply this: why did the representatives missed such an important event by attending non-important events like Deepavali open houses?
If some members of Penang Forum have no respect for religious and cultural events of Indians, Chinese or Malays, then what higher rights they are talking about?
Would they say similar things about Chinese or Malay religious or cultural festivals?
Did their non-presence indicate that they had committed some unpardonable sins?
Why did the participant single out the Deepavali open houses for insult and ridicule? Thus, for those who missed the session, could it be concluded that they missed out a “once in a lifetime opportunity”, so much so that religious events could be disparaged?
Not only was an Indian religious event disparaged, another participant went to the extent of asking members of the state government to step down if they could not fulfil the wishes of the people.
Source: Free Malaysia Today
Chinese paper reports that yesterday, DAP ADUN for Tanjung Bungah Teh Yee Cheu had posted 10 photos of the project site affected by the fatal landslide before construction started.
The photos clearly showed the site was a steep hillside – and not flat land as claimed by various DAP apologists such as P.Ramasamy.
In his Chinese posting on FB, YB Teh also sarcastically asked Penang EXCO Jagdeep Singh whether this is called flat land or not.
Perhaps YB Ramasamy and others had meant that after the developer had cut into the hill and flattened the land, it will be called flat land.
Of course if you did not flatten the land then you would not have been able to start construction for two blocks of 50 storey condominiums, right?
Thanks to Pakatan’s continued propaganda for years, everyone knows who Teoh Beng Hock is.
Teoh died aged 30 years old in 2009 when he fell from the MACC office while under questioning over Pakatan corruption.
Although it does not make sense that the govt would want to throw their witness to opposition corruption out of the window, Pakatan continue to make such accusations.
However, are people familiar with Mr. Moo Teng Jie and Mr. Yuan Kuok Wen?
Do Pakatan leaders know who these two persons are?
Mr. Moo was a lorry driver from Sg Petani and died horribly and painfully aged 26 years old in the year 2015 when he fell into one of the 31 open burning pits that operated 24 hours per day in the illegal factory in Sg Lembu.
Mr. Moo was essentially burned alive.
Ignoring complaints from the hundreds of residents complaining, the heavily-polluting factory which has no safety measures was prevented from being closed by the DAP Penang Govt – eventually resulting in Mr Moo’s very painful death.
Mr. Yuan Kuok Wen died last Saturday 21, Oct 2017 at the age of 26 years old in the landslide at the construction site in Tanjung Bungah.
The graduate from the nearby TAR College died instantly when he was pinned under a pillar and covered with hundreds of tons of earth from the landslide. Continue reading