Pakatan Rakyat’s Moronic Way of Life?

Source: Apanama

If anyone had incurred God’s wrath, it is Kedah PAS Youth information chief Ahmad Tarmizi Sulaiman for saying that those in the downed MH17 lost their lives due to Malaysia Airlines’ sins, said MIC.

Party director of strategy S Vell Paari said Ahmad Tarmizi’s “divine logic” only shows that he is “intoxicated with stupidity and recklessness”.

He said that instead of showing mercy and compassion, as taught in Islam, Ahmad Tarmizi (left) “rubs salt into the gaping wounds” of those who lost their loved ones on the flight.

“It is he who should be struck down by lightning for uttering such distasteful things,” he said in a statement late last night.

Ahmad Tarmizi, in a press statement, said that MAS has been hit with a double tragedy because it incurred Allah’s wrath for serving alcohol on board and its female flight attendants do not adhere to Muslim dress code. – Malaysiakini

If the above report by Malaysiakini is accurate and their earlier report on what the Kedah Pas Youth information chief had said about the MH17 tragedy is not another blatant Malaysiakini lie, then this idiot in skullcap should must repent.

He certainly is not God to make sweeping judgements as to why such misfortune and tragedies have befallen our national airlines MAS. Even the atheist who don’t believe in the existence of God would not make such hurtful statements. I know a few of them and they are certainly more humane and far more civilised than this Pas idiot.

Trust me, Ahmad Tarmizi is not alone with such screwed up views and opinions at a time when the whole world is mourning the tragic lost of lives in MH17 and MH370. Continue reading

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Unsolved Issues Plaguing Selangor because of Power Struggle




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Shooting Her Mouth with Rotten Comment


The wife of Komtar assemblyman Ng Wei Aik described Malaysia as a rotten and scary country following the alleged shooting down of the Malaysia Airlines (MAS) flight MH17 over eastern Ukraine.

Yuki Tan shared the link of the story from Malaysiakini with her comment stated that Malaysia was a scary country.

10533557_672280462842363_424420106054374994_nThen she posted another message saying that “What kind of rotten country is this!!!”
Netizens had been attacking her for her insensitive postings forcing her to take down her post.

Later, she apologised on her Facebook with her message “I would like to apologize over my personal statement describing Malaysia following the unfortunate incident of MH17. It is not my intention to hurt the feeling of a lot of Malaysians… Sorry! Let’s pray for MH17!”

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Move to Topple Khalid will Erode Pakatan, says Analyst

Source: The Mole

Pakatan Rakyat’s bid to topple Selangor Mentri Besar Tan Sri Abdul Khalid Ibrahim will bring more harm than good to the coalition, an analyst says.

Universiti Sains Malaysia’s political analyst Dr Ahmad Atory Husain said the people may begin doubting Pakatan’s leadership promise as the coalition once promoted Khalid as the best choice for Mentri Besar during 13th General Elections campaign.

Speaking to The Mole recently, Dr Ahmad said: “If you remember, the same people who called for Khalid’s removal are the same ones who sang praises on him in the last GE, even willing to convince the people in Selangor to vote Pakatan to have Khalid as the Mentri Besar.”

“Now, the people in Selangor are not stupid. They can see what is going on. Do you think they will accept and trust whatever their leaders will say after all this? I doubt so,” he added.

He also believed that the intensive bid to remove Khalid is done by hidden hands within the coalition who wanted to take over the Selangor Government’s top post.

“I think these hidden hands behind this bid to remove Khalid do not realise they are back pedalling on their own words.”

Pointed out that Khalid was heavily criticised by his own Pakatan colleagues over various issues including his handling of the Selangor water crisis and the proposed Kidex highway, Dr Ahmad Atory believed all of the issues were excuses to justify Pakatan’s efforts to remove the Mentri Besar. Continue reading

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Does Guan Eng only Know how to Duck Responsibility?

heSource: Malaysiakini

When Lim Guan Eng claimed that it was useless to meet with MCA president Liow Tiong Lai, who is the newly-appointed Transport Minister, on the construction of a new runway for the Penang International Airport, he should first ask himself why he is a failed chief minister and what use does he have to Penang?

Since Lim took over Penang, his rhetoric has always been better than what he is capable of. In the beginning, the people gave him time to perform, as they wanted to see how he could make more money, but the opposite happened instead as Penang’s foreign direct investment (FDI) dropped lower and lower as each year goes by.

According to statistics from the Malaysian Investment Development Authority (Mida), the FDI in Penang has been decreasing since 2010 to 2013 by as much as 82 percent, dropping from RM10.45 billion in 2010 to RM1.79 billion in 2013.

During November 2013 to April this year, Lim and his executive councillors had even gone overseas as much as 20 times, claiming that they intended to attract foreign investments. They had spent RM610,1051.47 in total for all their overseas trips, yet they still failed to boost the state’s foreign investment. Continue reading

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LGE’s Cover Up?

LimSource: Just Read!

Foreign Direct Investments (FDIs) in Penang fell sharply in the past four years, from RM10.451 billion in 2010 to RM1.794 billion last year.

That was almost a 900 per cent drop.

Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng must explain; or at least clarify on the matter. There’s nothing to hide if there are truth to allegations that the Pakatan Rakyat-led government had done little to woo foreign investors to Penang.

GEORGE TOWN: Barisan Nasional today challenged Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng to show courage by admitting that foreign direct investments (FDIs) in Penang had fallen sharply in the past four years.

Addressing a press conference at the Gerakan office here, Penang BN chairman Teng Chang Yeow said the FDIs had dropped from RM10.451 billion in 2010 to RM1.794 billion last year.

He contrasted Lim’s alleged tendency to hide the truth with what he said was the transparent attitude of Gerakan’s Koh Tsu Koon, who was Penang’s chief minister when BN was in power.

He said Koh used to readily disclose FDI figures every year but Lim, in an attempt to paint an impressive picture, had totalled up the 2010-to-2013 figures to show RM20.517 billion.

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Daim strips Anwar naked

anwar-daimSource: Just Read!

As an Opposition Leader, Anwar has been accusing the government of practicing nepotism and cronysim.

However, he has forgotten his ‘wonderful era’ as deputy prime minister and finance minister, before the Cabinet decided to sack him about 15 years ago.

Those with him in the Cabinet knew what he did back then. Many of his friends (and ex-friends) too, especially those who had flourished from his position. I think some people have the story but only a few would come forward.

One of them is former Finance Minister Daim Zainuddin:

Tun Daim Zainuddin, the predecessor of Opposition leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim in the Finance Ministry, said Anwar’s policies during his helm, which included giving away company shares, was the catalyst for the Malays’ lacklustre business performance.

According to an interview by Berita Harian he said Anwar had enriched his allies when he was Finance Minister by giving them shares in companies.

“This led them to think that it was easy to be rich and there was no need to be involved in business.

“If you supported him (Finance Minister), you got shares, then you sold them and became rich.

“This is partly why many Malays are no longer business-savvy. The mentality has stuck since then.”

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