DAP Chinese and Pakatan Malay Extremists In Unholy Pact

Why is DAP silent when PH is now attracting Malay extremists

MCA has questioned DAP’s silence after 35 members and leaders of right-wing Perkasa joined PKR last week.

MCA Religious Harmony Bureau head Datuk Seri Ti Lian Ker said DAP has also been silent on Perkasa’s “travesty of Malay rights” and that “we are now witnessing Pakatan Harapan attracting Malay-centric and extremist elements like beehives.

“It is interesting to note that PKR’s Penang exco member Dr Afif Bahardin has welcomed former Perkasa Youth chief Irwan Fahmi Ideris to join Pakatan Harapan together with 35 Youth executive council members and ordinary members.

“Since Malay-centric leaders (such as) Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad and Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin formed Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia (Bersatu) and joined DAP in Pakatan Harapan, DAP has been silent on Perkasa’s travesty of Malay rights,” Ti said in a statement Saturday.

“It is regrettable to note that DAP and the normally outspoken Lim Kit Siang had not reprimanded Perkasa president Ibrahim Ali.

“It is also noteworthy to hear the former Perkasa Youth chief Irwan Fahmi’s admission that it has been Perkasa’s intention to bring Najib’s (Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak) downfall for his perceived failure to uphold Malay rights etc.

“This has prompted him to join Pakatan Harapan in his belief that Pakatan Harapan will uphold Malay-centric rights and issues better under Tun Dr Mahathir than the current Prime Minister Dato Seri Najib Razak.

“Thus we are now witnessing Pakatan Harapan attracting Malay-centric and extremist elements like beehives.

“Is DAP going to be responsible for empowering Perkasa later the way they have empowered PAS before?

“What is Lim Kit Siang or his son, Lim Guan Eng’s comments or stand on this?

“What is DAP’s take on these recent trend of elements of Malay-centric and extremism joining Pakatan?” Ti said.

“Will DAP put their foot down and say ‘No’ to extremist like Perkasa?” he added.

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  1. a says:

    “extremist” Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary: someone who has beliefs that most people think are unreasonable and unacceptable.

    If Najib believes that Tun Dr Mahathir cannot criticize him on national sovereignty matters and tells him “Kepala Bapak Kau”, Najib, too, by that definition, is extremist.
    Stretching it? Why not? Najib, too, has been stretching it.

    Definition of extremist by Oxford Dictionaries: A person who holds extreme political or religious views, especially one who advocates illegal, violent, or other extreme action.

    Now, what constitutes “extreme political or religious views”? What basis to use in judging that? Surely the Constitution is the only basis. For example, words and deeds that are against democracy, freedom of speech, against “Islam is the religion of the Federation (Article 3 of the Constitution) may be considered extremist.

    So, Kleptocracy is extremist. Banning or blocking blogs that criticize the government in power is extremist, too.

    • Anonymous says:

      Sheila Majid was right!

      Rising costs hit Malaysia’s urban poor the hardest, says World Bank

      Poorer households are hardest hit by rising cost of living that has been compounded by a lack of affordable housing, according to The World Bank’s latest Malaysia Economic Monitor report.

      The report said the build-up of inflationary pressures over the years had had a disproportionate impact on lower-income households, especially those in urban areas, who spend a larger proportion of their income on the goods and services that have recorded the most significant price increases.

      It said household expenditure survey last year indicated a marked unevenness in the composition of household expenditure across income brackets, with households in the lowest-income deciles spending close to 40% of their expenditure on food, compared to about 25% among the highest-income deciles.

      So is Umno going to tell off the World Bank?

      • Anonymous says:

        Bersedialah..GST akan naik selepas PRU kelak. Harga barangan keperluaan jgn ckp la.

        Najib mana rasa kesusahan rakyat. Tak pernah kot rasa naik bas penuh Bangla dan pendatang asing. Kita ni dok cium lah ketiak diaorg. Diaorg ada duit hantar balik negara diaorg. Mmg Malaysia dah tenat.

        Tahniah la kerana percayakn dan diperbodohkn oleh penyamun2 tarbus yng bselindung di sebalik tabir “Hidup Melayu” itu!!!

        • Turunkan Najib bagi mengelakkan GST & harga barangan naik says:

          Kalau Najib di turunkan di Pru14, GST tak akan naik dan ada peluang kenaikan harga barangan di kawal.

          • Respect and abide by the Constitution fully says:

            Perkasa surely don’t call all Chinese pendatang and balik Tongsan.

            Only the ultra kiasu, wanting to win all the time not letting others to ever win at all. Mana boleh?

            And the ungrateful ingrate, never saying thank you for their citizenship right agreed to by the Malays at Merdeka.

            Worse still, not respecting the quid pro quo or the consideration – e.g Islam is the religion of the country, the Special Position of the Malays and the Bumiputeras of Sabah and Sarawak enshrined as sensitive, non-amendable articles in the Constitution.

        • Turunkan Najib bagi mengelakkan GST & harga barangan naik says:

          Rising costs hit Malaysia’s urban poor the hardest, says World Bank
          TODAYonline

          Ini boleh membantu menurunkan Najib di Pru akan datang.

          • Anonymous says:

            The old myth that Malays have to vote for Umno to survive has been debunked. This is because Selangor has been ruled by a non-Umno party for two terms and the Malays are still able to thrive.

          • Anonymous says:

            The recent survey by Invoke cannot be taken as the final decision as there are many mind changers who at the last minute may vote either way. Looks like the Malay support are increasing towards Harapan. People are fed up with the present government due to their “bad governance”. A change by Harapan may bring a better & brighter outlook for all Malaysians. They could bring our country to greater heights & also put it on the right track & move forward. New broom sweeps well as the saying goes, I suppose.Invoke’s survey on Chinese support is the truth &-it may even surpass than their prediction. But for the Indian support, many Indians had opened their eyes now &-they maybe the “game changer” for BN. Most Indians would definitely vote for Harapan as MIC had failed them miserably for the past 60 years.

          • Anonymous says:

            I support theopinion

            “Looks like the Malay support are increasing towards Harapan. People are fed up with the present government due to their “bad governance”

          • Anonymous says:

            The Kuala Lumpur High Court will decide on January 19 whether to admit Singaporean court documents on BSI banker Yeo Jiawei as evidence for a US$3.66 billion (RM14.93 billion) suit against Prime Minister Najib Razak and 1Malaysia Development Bhd (1MDB).

            Ex-senator Ezam Mohd Noor is applying for an extension to obtain further affidavit evidence from a Singaporean court that convicted Yeo of misappropriating funds from 1MDB.

            Yeo, a Singaporean, was found guilty on July 14 for money laundering and cheating of sums amounting to billions of dollars misappropriated from the Malaysian sovereign wealth fund.

            He was sentenced to 54 months in jail and is reported to be an associate of Jho Low, as Low Taek Jho is popularly known.

          • Anonymous says:

            PM Najib Razak cannot wash his hands of the latest scandal to befall Felda as he was the one who appointed its former chairman, Mohd Isa Abdul Samad, says Persatuan Anak Peneroka Felda Kebangsaan (Anak).

            Anak president Mazlan Aliman said despite objections from various parties, Najib went ahead with Isa’s appointment in 2011.

            “Following the concept of ‘shared responsibility’, Isa Samad should not be the only one to blame. Sorry, Najib… You are responsible for the catastrophe that has struck Felda.

            “This is the prime minister who introduced ‘illegal gambling’ to settlers who opposed the FGV (Felda Global Ventures) listing on Bursa Malaysia,” Mazlan said in a statement today.

          • Anonymous says:

            Following the concept of ultimate responsibility, Najib is responsible.

            As the Yanks say, he cannot pass the buck to any one else. It stops at him.

            But leaders have become crooks and no one wants to accept responsibility.

            The rakyat have to accept responsibility and kick out the crooks at Pru14.

          • Anonymous says:

            Bank Negara incurred an actual loss of USD 39.6 billion in fireign reserves from 2013 to 2015 and all the Finance Minister II Johari Abdul Ghani could say was to blamie the losses on outflows due to external factors. Just this statement for a collossal loss of USD 39.6 billion. What are the external factors ? Mahathir has given a more realistic reason for this loss. The fact that Bank Negara has not rebutted Mahathir’s figures and reasons showed that thus is true. What has the Finance Minister1 git to say ? Is this amount too small for him ?

          • . says:

            Agree and repeat: The fact that Bank Negara has not rebutted Mahathir’s figures and reasons showed that this is true.

            The well-informed of Malaysian society will likely not vote Najib and Umno/Bn. Except those beholden to them.

            Pakatan must get the message out to the rural folks and the low income in urban areas in ways that they can understand.

            So that Najib will be replaced at Pru14.

          • Anonymous says:

            Maybe all MCA and Gerakan members and MP to convert to be Muslim so that they can stay in the Umno-PAS government.

            Read more at https://m.malaysiakini.com/news/406624#5ccvhxpgwhvbCzAz.99

          • Anonymous says:

            Many Malays in Kelantan feel that development is deliberately slow to make them dependent on handouts by the state government. That is PAS’ way of managing the state. Many Malays however are realising this now and are hoping for Harapan.

          • Anonymous says:

            BN components, no longer have any legitimacy. By association with Umno, you are equally guilty of promoting Hadi’s programs that are divisive and bigoted. Whatever you say or do, will be seen in this light. Do you really think your ‘big’ brother is bothered with your recriminations?

            Read more at https://m.malaysiakini.com/news/406714#c4Wdgris6RLpIHzz.99

          • Anonymous says:

            Untuk menyatupadukan serta memastikan Ketuanan Melayu, naratif seterusnya adalah mencipta musuh. Dengan adanya musuh, sama ada yang halimunan atau yang direka-cipta, mudah bagi elit Umno memastikan orang Melayu mengangkat mereka sebagai benteng pertahanan kaum. Oleh itu sentiasa kedengaran “agenda dan ancaman” terhadap orang Melayu daripada Yahudi, Israel, Kristian, Hindu, Cina (tetapi bukan China), liberal, Syiah, Wahabi, LGBT, sekular, plural, singular, buku, Despacito, dan entah apa-apa lagi.

            Memang ada lagi frasa lain untuk menakutkan pengundi Melayu, namun biasanya yang diulang-ulang adalah empat kata-kata ini kerana ia terbukti Berjaya menakutkan sebilangan orang Melayu.

            Persoalannya, mengapa masih ramai orang Melayu percaya dengan propaganda ini?

        • Anonymous says:

          Prime Minisiter brags about how wealthy we are as a nation, and that we are so developed that US come courting us to buy airplanes. We should look at South Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong and Singapore – original Tigers of Asia. If we are to be (soon) a high income nation we should be looking at criteria such as human rights, press freedom, health access, quality of education etc.

          • Anonymous says:

            The fact is that 1MDB was in no position financially to resolve the final debt of US$630 million (RM2.55 billion) to IPIC. The sale of rights as master developer of Bandar Malaysia has yet to happen. Therefore, 1MDB was in no position to pay the final tranche to IPIC.

            If the two Chinese entities had not stepped forward to buy the two parcels of land from 1MDB at hugely inflated prices, the Ministry of Finance (MoF) entity would most likely have defaulted on its debt obligation to the Abu Dhabi government-owned company.

            The consequence of that default would have been arbitration or messy court proceedings, both options that would have been ugly and painful for Prime Minister Najib Razak, 1MDB and Malaysia.

            This disastrous scenario was averted thanks to the generous intervention of two entities linked to the Chinese government.

            So, does the Malaysian government and its top leadership owe China big time?

          • . says:

            What about big-time shame and indignity Najib has brought the rakyat and Malaysia into?

            Ang hardship especially to the low income in the kampoogs and town fringes by GST and the ever increasing price increases.

            Shame him by not voting him and UMNO/BN/PAS at Pru 14.

          • Anonymous says:

            PAS at the very least is very honest on where they stand when it comes to forming a government. A race based criteria is the worst of any kind of selection criteria. Its bad enough to offer a little consolation but a figure of 10% is a massive insult to minority communities that have contributed to prosperity and development of the nation. Such a model has failed in the past, and these self serving warlords do not bother about implications, short term gains are what they want. They want power, and all the hard work can be outsourced to foreigners. There are no difference between PAS and UMNO in terms of their motives, and approach. The nation will not be torn to shreds, but will regress with more talent outflow, and drop in overseas investment. Look at Kelantan – a 10% non muslim inclsion in the government wont make a difference.

          • Anonymous says:

            difference between PAS and UMNO in terms of their motives –

            A lot. UMNO wants all Malaysians respect Article 3 of the Constitution – “Islam is the religion of the Federation”.

            PAS wants everything to be Malay/Islam and PAS Hudud.

            Anybody voting them and their co-respondents UMNO/BN are looking for huge problems in a multi-racial/ religion society.

      • Anonymous says:

        Where got berani to tell off World Bank – bukan Kepala Bapak Dia punya (borrowing Najib’s words).

        Here’s more from the report, showing the suffering of those in the low-income bracket –

        “households in the lowest-income deciles spending close to 40% of their expenditure on food, compared to about 25% among the highest-income deciles.

        “As a result, the poorest households have been disproportionately affected by the build-up of inflationary pressures over the past years with higher relative increases in food prices ,” said the report

        • Anonymous says:

          Singapore today banned a jailed banker from working in its financial services industry for life over his links to the international money-laundering scandal involving neighbouring Malaysia’s state fund 1Malaysia Development Bhd.

          Financial regulator the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) handed the punishment to Yeo Jiawei, noting he had being convicted of several 1MDB-linked charges, including money laundering, cheating and tampering with witnesses involved in the probe into the case.

          Allegations that huge sums were misappropriated from 1MDB through money-laundering triggered a corruption scandal that has embroiled Prime Minister Najib Razak, who founded the fund. Najib and the fund have denied wrongdoing.

          Yeo, a Singaporean who is a former wealth manager with Swiss bank BSI, is one of several bankers jailed over the affair in the city-state.

        • Anonymous says:

          Arul Kanda knows all the dirt in 1MDB. So it’s expected that his contract would be renewed with enhanced benefits. Otherwise Prime Minister Najib Razak and his gang are goners.

          Of course, Arul will not come out directly to say this but has quietly leaked it to the public. Our country is cursed not just by those in power who are corrupt, but worse still, by people who support the corrupt.

          • . says:

            Very plausible.

            Arul must have some sense of loyalty to this country and does his bit while cari makan at 1MDB.

            Any sensible Malaysian will know that if “misappropriation of 1MDB funds and money laundering” (the words of DoJ of USA) goes on unabated, the country will go to the dogs.

            Arul is sensible and must have serious doubts on Najib’s claims on 1MDB, like the claim of “Arab royalty donation” of the RM2.6 billion in Najib’s bank account, the hiding of the Auditor General’s report on 1MDB accounts uder OSA, etc.

            We await the day when Arul makes revelations that show he is contributing significantly towards the raising of the level of integrity of the Malaysian government and transparency in this country.

        • Anonymous says:

          大部分华人支持反对党,马华民政党认同污桶政策把华人当二等公民,改朝换代争取各族平等是华人的政治斗争,不敢面对斗争的华人是废物,都在BN里当官的败类。

          • 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.

      • Anonymous says:

        The inflation rate is expected to stand at 3.9% in 2017.

        The Malaysian economy also continues to face downside risks to growth related mainly to the relatively high level of household and public-sector debt.

        The World Bank report said despite a recent decline, Malaysia’s high level of household debt in proportion to GDP in the context of persistent property market imbalances continues to pose a risk to the maintenance of macroeconomic and financial stability.

        • Anonymous says:

          All this hoohah about “father of Indian development” or “father of modern Malaysia” or “Champion of the Malays “ will mean nothing when the country is sucked of all its money by the kleptocratic clowns running the country. At the rate the country is chalking up the debts and the unabated corruption all through the ranks of the Government, it will be just a matter of time and not if it will happen.

        • Ang Tao Peng says:

          “level of household debt in proportion to GDP in the context of persistent property market imbalances continues to pose a risk to the maintenance of macroeconomic and financial stability”

          We hear this kind of bollocks all the time with every country, some for years now.

          Doesn’t mean a thing in any context, including the Malaysian one.

          And do give us a lecture on the “risk to the maintenance of macroeconomic and financial stability”.

          • Anonymous says:

            This Chinese school drop out won’t know a thing about economics, criticizes World Bank just for the sake of it.

            The bloke is an anarchist.

      • Anonymous says:

        A Muslim scholar like Hadi Awang should know better than to spread lies and slander. He said Kit Siang has aspirations to become PM of Malaysia without providing any evidence.

        For his information, there’s nothing in the Federal Constitution that says only Muslims can be PM. Hadi would rather have an alleged Muslim thief as PM than an honest PM of whatever religious affiliation.

        Hadi need not worry about a non-Muslim being elected PM because it is the will of the ruling party to decide on who takes up this role.

        • Anonymous says:

          For the record –

          while it’s true that the Constitution is silent on the race of the PM, the YDP Agong has the prerogative of “giving assent” or not to any name put to him.

          When in doubt, the YDP Agong will consult the Rulers Council. The nine Rulers will of course want the tradition maintained – a Malay as PM.

          But because it’s a long-established tradition, the YDP Agong will not even consult the Rulers Council in this matter.

        • Anonymous says:

          Many Malays in Kelantan feel that development is deliberately slow to make them dependent on handouts by the State government. That is PAS’s way of managing the state. Many Malays however are realising this now.

          • Anonymous says:

            Exodus if many Malay youth to other states to cari makan, some Kelantan ladies even go to Singapore to work as cleaners.

        • Anonymous says:

          Jerusalem has been the capital of three homeland states, all Jewish, in the past 3,000 years and has had a renewed Jewish majority since the Ottoman rule during the 1800’s. Palestinian Arabs have never ruled any part of Jerusalem, making their claim to the city vacuously null.

          In fact, East Jerusalem did not exist until the invasion of Jordan that seized the historical heart of the city in 1948 and expelled its Jewish population. The Eastern section of the city is where the Old City, Jewish Quarter, Temple Mount, Mount of Olives cemetery, Christian Quarter and Church of the Holy Sepulchre are located.

          In Judaism, Jerusalem is its holiest city; but it is not once mentioned in the Quran. Therefore, this claim is baseless and with no legal standing, as it is, purportedly, only the third holiest site for Muslims as opposed to being the holiest site for the Jewish people. Only since Israel reunified the city has there been equal rights and access to religious sites for people of all faiths.

          • Anonymous says:

            What is the source of your information?

            Are they merely your opinions? The Torah says Jerusalem is the Jews’ holiest city?

            Opinions are aplenty. Facts are not.

          • Anonymous says:

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            Muslim tradition says that the prophet Mohammed traveled to the Al-Aqsa Mosque on his famous night journey and that tradition is the basis for the Palestinians’ claim to Jerusalem.

            Arabs claim Jerusalem as the Islamic city of Al-Quds, but there’s no record to prove that the prophet Mohammed had ever been there. His armies didn’t arrive in the city until five years after his death.

            The city of Jerusalem isn’t even mentioned in the Koran. However, the Bible mentions the city of David more than 600 times.

            In Mohammed’s lifetime, it was a fairly unimportant city in the Byzantine Empire. It was a Christian city without a single mosque.

            On the spot where the Al-Aqsa mosque stands today stood the ruins of the Church of St. Mary of Justinian.

            So how could Mohammed’s famous night journey have taken him to a mosque in Jerusalem that was not built until after his death?

            The Koran says that Mohammed’s dream flight took him to Al-Aqsa, which means “the farthest place.” Early Islamic scholars interpreted this to mean a heavenly place or the courtyard of Allah.

            The Koran says that Mohammed’s dream flight took him to Al-Aqsa, which means “the farthest place.” Early Islamic scholars interpreted this to mean a heavenly place or the courtyard of Allah.

            This interpretation changed as Islam evolved into a political force. About 80 years, after Mohammed’s death, Muslim ruler Abd El-Wahd restored the church on the same site. He even kept the building’s basic structure, added a dome, then converted it into a mosque. He then named it Al-Aqsa, copying the name in the Koran.

            During the Crusades, the Muslim General Saladin changed Islamic tradition to strengthen the Muslim Claim to Jerusalem. He stated that Mohammed’s flight took him not to heaven, but to the Al-Aqsa mosque in Jerusalem.

            Today, the Jewish Temple Mount is known as the third holiest site in Islam behind the Arabian cities of Mecca and Medina. Muslims believe that once they claim a piece of land, it belongs to Islam forever.

            Still, at the beginning of the 20th century, Islamic leaders acknowledged the Temple Mount’s Jewish history. In 1924, Jerusalem’s Supreme Islamic Council published a tourist pamphlet on the Temple Mount. It says the site’s “identity with the site of Solomon’s temple is beyond dispute. This, too. is the spot, according to the universal belief, on which David there built an altar unto the Lord.”

            The pamphlet also describes the underground chamber known as Solomon’s stables saying, “it dates probably as far back as the construction of Solomon’s Temple. According to Josephus, it was in existence and was used as a place of refuge by Jews at the time of the conquest of Jerusalem. ”

            In 1927, a powerful earthquake damaged the mosque and during renovations, archaeologists analyzed the structure. They found beams make from cedar from Lebanon and cypress wood dating as far back as the 9th century, B.C., around the time of King Solomon, who had used those very materials to build the first Jewish temple.

            The excavations also uncovered a Jewish ritual bath from the second temple and a mosaic believed to be a part of a Byzantine church.

          • Zionist Jews says:

            Right at the start of the above comment is suspicious info –

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            That the Jewish temple was there before the Muslims built the Al Aqsa mosque was never in dispute. The Christian crusaders burnt the the temple. The Muslims later built the mosque on the ruins of the temple. These facts have also never been in doubt.

            It’s silly to argue on the dates in relation to the Muslim’s belief that Prophet Muhammad’s ascent to Heavens from there. So many dates in history have not been correct, exact or even deliberately changed by courtiers of ancient tines to please Emperors etc –

            According to Professor Wolfram Eberhard, in his book “A History of China”, 1977, writings about ancient China were inventions of a later period, what were said to have been done by the Chinese rulers and the dates they were said to have been done appeared to be even later still. All these indicated that historical writings in China were meant to serve certain politico-ethical objectives.

            These are the words Professor Eberhard himself wrote:

            “Furthermore, we can now state with certainty that the historical data which were given in written documents for times down to 1,000 BC are false. They are the result of astronomical-astrological calculations, made by specialists of later times who pursued their own special political aims by doing these calculations”. (Pg 1).

            As far as Jerusalem is concerned, the fact remains that the Arabs have occupied it for so long and it has been known to be an Arab territory. It is just unreasonable and illegal for the Zionist Jews to want to treat it as their capital. And for the crazy Donald Trump to support that.

            If that is allowed by the international community, then the British and others (even the Red Indians) can claim America as theirs.

          • Anonymous says:

            The politically motivated Jews – the Zionist Jews – are the ones causing instability in the region.

            Damn.

          • Anonymous says:

            It is a matter of time in the very near future that Israel and Saudi Arabia are going to establish diplomatic relations. It is unthinkable but true. With the emergence of the United States, Saudi Arabia and Israel axis against Iran, the political landscape is changing very fast in the Middle East. What is anti Jewish Malaysia going to do about that? Saudi Arabia “has more or less washed their hands of the Palestinian issue”.

      • Anonymous says:

        Dr Mahathir Mohamad has thanked celebrity chef Redzuawan Ismail, better known as Chef Wan, for speaking out about matters related to the state of the nation.

        “I realise that Chef Wan is not a member of political party, and far from being a member of Bersatu.

        “However, I very much appreciate his views, which focus on justice and the well-being of the nation, without taking sides but speaking the truth,” he said a Facebook posting today.

        If you do not vote, do not complain
        “This is what our religions asked us to do, so we can enjoy what is right and reject what is wrong… Thanks, Chef Wan,” the former prime minister said, without naming any issue in particular.

        Redzuawan, the son of a Federal Land Development Authority (Felda) settler, took to Instagram yesterday to express his bitterness over the agency’s latest predicament.

        “The sad thing is, we, family members of Felda settlers who had fought for years are angry and hurt to see all these coming to this level. Don’t you think we have the right to feel bitter and betrayed?”

        The celebrity chef also believes that “those thieves” should be brought to justice and punished “to save the country’s image.”

        “Give me one good reason why I as a Felda settler’s son should not feel disappointed with all that has happened and voice out against it?” he further queried.

      • Anonymous says:

        Divestment of 1MDB assets to companies from China helped raised funds to repay a US$602.7 million debt to Abu Dhabi’s International Petroleum Investment Company (IPIC) by year-end, according to Singapore’s Straits Times.

        The report, citing sources, said 1MDB sold financial instruments and stakes by two 1MDB-related entities which held land in northern Penang and around Port Klang.

        “Malaysian government officials declined to identify the buyers in the real estate transactions but one financial executive close to the situation said that the equity interests in the 1MDB real estate entities were acquired by ‘concerns ultimately controlled by Chinese state-owned enterprises’.

      • Anonymous says:

        While Umno’s cyber troopers will make comments idiotically, the greater Rakyat will do whatever it takes to support the Pakatan Harapan coalition parties to ensure the Umno BN government led by kleptocratic PM Najib Razak is defeated. Thereafter, the corruption infested Umno led BN regime can be brought to answer for the committed crimes. The current concerned civil service officers will be bold and grave to share and reveal as whistleblowers. Malaysia will be saved and efforts will be made to ensure the nation will become greater again.

    • Anonymous says:

      If you know that something is impossible but still go ahead and spin a yarn about it, what does that make you?

      If you know that something is an untruth but still try and make political capital from it, what does that make you?

      These are questions that Malaysian voters need to ponder and answer following the latest statement by MCA president Liow Tiong Lai. Today he said that the country would be in peril if DAP veteran Lim Kit Siang became the prime minister.

      He said that Lim was an unprincipled politician who was good at sowing racial discord.

      We should not be too concerned with Liow’s attempt to take down Lim. Politicians with mightier heft and definitely more brainpower have tried doing so through the ages. Lim has survived detention without trial. He will survive some name calling by the junior partner in the Barisan Nasional coalition.

      What we should notice is Liow’s willingness to jump onto the Abdul Hadi Awang bandwagon and support the PAS president’s wild allegation that Lim wants to become prime minister of Malaysia.

      There is no chance of any non-Muslim/non-Malay becoming the prime minister of Malaysia. It is the reality of politics in Malaysia and any political novice knows this fact of life.

      The DAP knows and accepts this fact and that’s why it has not pushed for the senior most positions in Pakatan Harapan (PH) despite having the most settled political machinery of all the opposition parties.

      Even the MCA knows and accepts this fact. That’s why it has not pushed Umno for more seats or more senior representations in government.

      But Umno and PAS believe that if you push the idea of a DAP politician becoming the prime minister of Malaysia, then malay voters will not give their votes to the opposition.

      So Umno politicians and their comrade in arms Hadi have been pushing the idea that Lim is interested in becoming the prime minister. If you have not noticed, Hadi dances to the Umno tune these days.

      Now it seems that Liow is singing from the same script. In doing so, they have become collaborators in a lie.

      But worse yet, he is happily taking part in a scheme that paints a Malaysian Chinese politician as a bogeyman of Malaysian politicians.

      Because essentially that is what Umno and Hadi are saying when they attack DAP as a Chinese party and attempt to stoke fears by saying that Lim Kit Siang could become the prime minister of Malaysia.

      They are playing to the Malay gallery and demonising a Malaysian Chinese for political gain.

      Liow Tiong Lai is happily aiding them.

      What does that make him?

      • Anonymous says:

        BN under Prime Minister Najib Razak has taken the tactic of exploiting ethnic differences to new heights, said a political analyst.

        Bridget Welsh, a visiting professor of political science at John Cabot University in Rome, said the resulting perception that emerged was that democracy was about displacement, and that allowing democracy gave power to the Chinese.

        “The tactic is to exploit ethnic differences, particularly to pit Chinese against Malays, to use Malay nationalism in a way that’s not necessarily benefiting the Malay community. But of course, it is being employed as part of a trend that uses identity or emotional politics.

        “This is about weakness. It’s not about bringing Malaysia together. It’s about using ethnic relations to their own advantage, in a way that is about division.

        “The tactic has always been there, but it has been taken to new heights under the Najib administration,” she told reporters after a forum in Kuala Lumpur to discuss the newly launched book Regime Resilience in Malaysia and Singapore.

        She said the BN government was using the tactic to ensure it remained in power, and that it wanted the country to be polarised.

        “They want ethnic relations to be polarised and they want to perpetuate that this is zero-sum politics, you versus me, and that also has its own costs.

        “There is so much resentment being fuelled very ruthlessly and calculatingly, in a way that is destroying part of the fabric of society.”

        Welsh added that the book, which features 18 authors and 17 essays, focused on the strategies that Umno and Singapore’s People’s Action Party used to remain in power.

        “What we get is the fact that there is a set of tools that the government uses to stay in power.

        “It’s not just about how the party adapts, or economic policies, but also the manipulation of political culture, the use of education, the lack of education. That helps us understand the underlying reasons why these parties have successfully remained in power.”

      • Anonymous says:

        The Chinese and Indians remain exactly where they were 60 years ago. As do the Christians. In fact their numbers have come down. From close to 50% in 1955 to 36% in 1971 to 32% today. Chinese birth rates are low, They are not even replacing themselves. And many leave the country. Non Malays are now less than 10% of the civil service and the armed forces. Malays control all Public universities. UITM the largest university in the country is exclusively Malay. The Malay middle class is huge. The Malays have advanced a great deal since 60 years ago. And yet Hadi among others continually warn of the Malays being under threat – from the Chinese and the Christians ! In Sabah the majority Christians are now a minority. And In Sarawak the Chief Minister has always been Malay even though the Christians are the majority in the state.

        So why the Malays are still insecure despite their dominance, and need the protection?

        • Anonymous says:

          The Chinese control the economy, have been the richest for decaes, now have many billionaires.

          But why are they still insecure and react to how he Malays are advancing?

          • Anonymous says:

            Work hard and smart and you can control the economy. Nothing to do with race.

          • Anonymous says:

            Yes. And just assist and promote only your own kind in business, give them lower prices than others.

          • Anonymous says:

            Malays are advancing? Why the still need tingkatkan when you have gone to space as angkasawan?

          • Anonymous says:

            Wat kinda argument is dat?

            Call you stupid, you angrfied.

          • Anonymous says:

            If you are good, you can succeed anywhere. The world is flat today. Citizenship counts for less than talent and hard work. The NEP and other affirmative policies not applicable outside Malaysia. For Malaysia to progress as well as others, we must wake up to this reality.

          • Anonymous says:

            Now you are talking about outside Malaysia or internationally. Sure no affirmative action.

            China had to wait 3,500 years to be No. 2 economically, despite being a huge country and the largest population on earth.

            But in Malaysia, affirmative action is still needed. The Malays and Bumiputeras of Sabah and Sarawak don’t have a culture of doing business. Don’t wish to wait 3,500 years to achieve some level of parity in this country.

        • Anonymous says:

          Robert Kuok would have been, a giant even without any boost from the government. Can the same be said about Malay businessmen in general?

          Tajuddin Ramli readily comes to mind and especially the infamous buy-back of the MAS shares. If Malays want to touch the skies, which they of course are fully capable of like anyone else can, they should rely more on sheer hard work and sacrifice, and less, much less, on envy and making excuses for failure.

          • Anonymous says:

            Wat u tok one?

            Where would R Kuok have been if not for the sugar monopoly given by the Malay-led gomen after Merdeka?

            Don’t be ungrateful ingrate all the time lorr. Say thank you for Robert.

            And don’t try to imply the Malays are lazy.

            You yourself envy the fact that among the top 50 richest in Malaysia now there are 8 Malays – Malays who never had a culture of doing business like the Chinese have.

            The next time you comment like the above, you’d be heaped with piles of shit.

          • Anonymous says:

            After Robert gave up sugar here, we have to pay more. Sad reality.

          • Anonymous says:

            Robert controlled sugar prices? Any proof?

            The government’s control measures on prices of major food items do not count?

      • Anonymous says:

        Pakatan Harapan chairperson Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad claimed that Malaysia today is experiencing the destruction of democracy, the system it chose for the governance of the country at independence.

        “It is now described as a kleptocracy, a country ruled by thieves and robbers. But more than that it is a country where there is no rule of law, where the rulers do anything they please.
        “We had chosen democracy because we believed that the people will rule the country. It would not be direct rule of course. It would be through elected representatives.

        “We believed that if the chosen rulers fail the people, they would be rejected and a new set of rulers elected to take their place,” he said.

        Writing in his blog today, the former prime minister said that the system is open to abuse.

        “The process of electing can be manipulated. There are many ways of doing. We are experiencing them today.

        “In the first place, the Election Commission which should be independent, is totally under Government control.

        “It begins with the delineation of the constituencies. The borders can be shifted, polling station changed, and voter names can disappear and reappear somewhere else.

        “Bribery of the voters is open. Reports to the authorities result in no action. Besides money, kitchen appliances and other goodies are openly distributed.

        “The opposition parties are harassed, faults found and registration delayed or denied.

        “All sources of funds for the opposition are blocked, with potential donors being threatened, forced to pay extra taxes and accused of money laundering. Their money in the banks are frozen so that they cannot do business. Certainly not finance the opposition,” he said.

        • Anonymous says:

          Bersatu today lodged a police report on Bank Negara Malaysia’s (BNM) loss of RM160 billion in international reserves from 2013 and 2015 as revealed by former prime minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad.

          Selangor Bersatu chairman Abdul Rashid Asari said the reports were made after a check on BNM’s website found Dr Mahathir’s claims to be true.

          “In our checks, from 2009 to 2013, BNM’s highest amount of international reserves recorded was on January 31, 2013 at US$140.2 billion or equivalent to RM588.8 billion.

          “However, the amount had dropped drastically to only US$101.9 billion or RM427.98 billion as at November 2017 with a reduction of RM160.86 billion,” said Rashid, who is also Bersatu vice-president at a press conference at its office in Shah Alam today.

        • Anonymous says:

          Hishamudin Hussein must come clean on an army camp that will be built in his Sembrong parliamentary constituency in Johor, a DAP MP said.

          Kluang MP Liew Chin Tong said there are about 20,000 voters in Sembrong and the camp is expected to add 10% more voters in the seat won by Hishammuddin, who is defence minister, with a razor-thin margin in the last general election.

          “In the last election in this constituency, DAP lost by 100 votes, so Hishammuddin is building a camp here.

          “I challenge him to deny that no camp is being built. He is lying through his teeth,” he said at a press conference at DAP headquarters today.

          • Anonymous says:

            He won’t come clean, he’s desperado like his cousin Najib, too.

            Just keep on whacking the possible dirty tactic until the cows come home.

            Hopefully the dirty cows will go to the slaughter at Pru14.

      • Anonymous says:

        MCA President Liow Tiong Lai. talked nonsense when saying the country would be in peril if DAP veteran Lim Kit Siang became the prime minister.

        So naive as not to realize that hardly anybody thinks about LKS as PM. LKS and DAP themselves have agreed on Tun Dr M as PM if PH wins at Pru14.

        • Ang Tao Peng says:

          “LKS and DAP themselves have agreed on Tun Dr M as PM if PH wins at Pru14.”

          Doesn’t mean they would keep their promise.

          Comes the time (if ever), greasehead BrylcLim Kutty Siang will only do a U-Tun on his word.

          Yesterday that Kerala Kobra is a thief.

          Today he is a saint.

          Tomorrow, a thief again.

          That is the way of the longkang swindler BrylcLim Kutty Siang.

          Btw, hasn’t the DAP = Devious Arrogant Phoney party just said “they” haven’t decided who is going to be PM, yet?

          Naming the Kerala Kobra Koolie as PM may get a negligible number of Malay votes. But it would turn the “Chinese tsunami” into a little fart.

          Naming himself as the future PM would render greasehead BrylcLim Kutty Siang un-votable to the Malays.

          But naming the Kerala Kobra Koolie devious Mother of All Corruption the kurang ajar biadap soiled Kelingnex ar sewipe Mugathir “Ops Lalang” McKutty would turn all Chinese off voting the “Opposition”!

          The Kerala Kobra Koolie “Top Bitch” knows full well his handler greasehead BrylcLim Kutty Siang will never make him a PM. That is why he has planted his cabbage, that fatso Ibrahim Oily in Pantakan Harakiri to cause max non-effectual disruption if the Kerala Kobra Koolie doesn’t get what he wants.

          • Anonymous says:

            Ang,

            Say what you want. Others can, too.

            But don’t do name calling and foul language.

            Else, others do that on you, too.

          • Ang Tao Peng says:

            “Else, others do that on you, too.”

            Have you not noticed I don’t give a pig shit about that?!

            What are you? – an infant needing to report to your teacher your fragile ego can disintegrate easily because someone calls you some “naughty” names?!

            If you can’t take it here, either stop reading what I write which you get all wrong all the time, anyway; or try be more grown-up, stop whining like a little blackie Kerala pussy hill bamdit bullock shagger!

          • Anonymous says:

            Fuck you

          • Anonymous says:

            The one who doesn’t keep promises, knows nothing aout promises, about decorum and decency when blogging etc is the bastard Ang Tiunama Peng.

            Endlessly name calling and using foul language.

            The ungrateful ingrate Cina Bukit coolie pendatang, ultra kiasu bastard Ang Tiunama Peng, never thankful having got citizenship right agreed to by the Malays at Merdeka, not respecting the quid pro quo – the sensitive, Sedition-Act-protected clauses like the Special Position of the Malays and the Bumiputeras of Sabah and Sarawak – you Shanghai dog bastard Ang Tiunama Peng, whatever your real name is.

          • Anonymous says:

            The comment fuck you is wring. It’s withdrawn.

            It should be fcuk him.

          • Anonymous says:

            “If you can’t take it here, either stop reading what I write ..” –

            Don’t agree, don’t read your comments?

            Still dumb, eh, old man? How to claim graduate of “four top US and UK universities when you are constantly damn dumb?

            1. So stupid not to know that anybody can submit comments in here?

            2. I’m a Malaysian citizen, so it’s my duty to whack and shit any anti-national comments in here. Especially you.

            3. Still bloody stupid to realize that no “moderator” is required in a non-moderated blog like STL? Your brain got maggots – come up from your assol?

            4. Damn stupid to deduce not “Quoting from the Malay Civilization and Tamadun Alam Melayu” as “never read those”.

            5. You can’t even afford the RM85 per copy of the books as each would be about 20 times the cost of your fried kueteow, so you’ve been provoking that quotes be put out. Then lying (as usual) that you are not interested. Damn you.

            6. Still damn stupid not to know that anyone can shit you for “repeatedly and doggedly become a nuisance in here”, despite not owning the blog. Sikola Cina thinking bugger.

            7. Still hoping that anyone who whacks, whams and shits you to just don’t read your comments? So that you’ll be free to be racist, seditious, subversive and anti-national in here? Endlessly name calling an using foul language.

            Fcuk you, Red Bean old man “Ang”.

          • Anonymous says:

            Ang,

            If you don’t like being whacked and shitted, name-called and uttered foul language against you every time yo do so in here, why don’t you go to Helen Ang’s blog.

            Instead of venting your frustration by even using her name to write comments in here.

            She believes she is a Han and you would have plenty of chances to berate her – like you did the Hakkas and the Hokkiens in here – and prove that you are not a Cina Bukit from the smallest of the 56 ethnics in China that a Hong Kong professor of sociology wrote about some time back.

          • Ang won't dare comment in Helen Ang's blog says:

            Bet you the Ang fellow won’t dare go to and start commenting in Helen Ang’s blog with the same style – rude, abusive and vulgar comments, complete with his usual name calling and foul language. .

            The Han descendant Helen will tear him to pieces and pulverize and smash him to smithereens.

            I challenge him to do so and tell us here after doing it for a while.

            I bet he’d be banned after 1-2 comments.

          • Ang won't dare comment in Helen Ang's blog says:

            Where got Ang dare go to Helen Ang’s blog and write comments in there and tell us about it?

            We want to see what Helen Ang would say to the always rude, abusive and vulgar, name calling and foul language bugger.

            Helen Ang’s blog is a moderated one – Helen herself is the Admin / moderator.

            Ang Tiao Peng dares to terrorize in this non-moderated STL blog where the blog owner doesn’t moderate or snap at him.

            Ang will get oinked and konked by Helen if he writes the same way as in here if blogging there.

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    • Anonymous says:

      Former prime minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad has told the government not to confuse the people on Bank Negara’s foreign reserve losses between 2013 and 2015.

      Mahathir said this in response to Finance Minister II Johari Abdul Ghani’s statement blaming the losses on outflows due to external factors.

      In a posting on his blog today, Mahathir said the losses were due to Bank Negara selling its foreign currency reserves in order to prop up the ringgit, which was devaluing at the time due to flagging market confidence.

      Hadi’s politics of bigotry and extremism
      “(Bank Negara’s) duty is to sustain the value of the Malaysian ringgit, should the market lose confidence in the government’s management of its finances, among other things.

      “To sustain the value of the ringgit, Bank Negara must buy the ringgit, i.e., show there is a demand for the ringgit,” he said.

      The now Pakatan Harapan chairperson said that to do so, Bank Negara would have had to trade US dollars from the national reserves to buy devalued ringgit, which is only sustainable for a time.

      “The ringgit value may be sustained. But continued lack of confidence in the market may force further devaluation of the ringgit. And Bank Negara would have to use more US dollars from the reserves to support the ringgit. As we all know the ringgit did not recover during those years.

      “The outflow of US$39.6 billion can only be caused by Bank Negara selling US dollars from the national reserves, causing the reserve to lose money during the period between 2013 to 2015. This is admitted by Bank Negara itself. This is what happens when the ringgit is allowed to float,” he added.

      Mahathir challenged Johari to provide an alternative explanation on how Malaysia’s foreign reserves had shrunk from 2013 to 2015, and why the central bank was trading its US dollars for the ringgit while the private sector was doing the opposite.

      • Anonymous says:

        Mahathir claims BNM under Najib sold USD from national reserves
        FMT Reporters

        Dr Mahathir Mohamad has accused Finance Minister II Johari Abdul Ghani of trying to confuse the public by attributing Bank Negara Malaysia’s (BNM) “losses” worth US$39.6 billion (RM161.6 billion at the present exchange rate) from 2013 to 2015 to outflows of foreign funds.

        The chairman of PPBM and Pakatan Harapan said the outflows could only be caused by BNM selling US dollars from the national reserves, causing the loss of money.

        “This is admitted by Bank Negara itself. This is what happens when the ringgit is allowed to float,” he claimed.

        “Can Mr Johari explain how else the reserves can shrink?

        “Can he explain why Bank Negara has to follow the trend and join in the outflow of the US dollar?” Mahathir said in his blog today.

        The former prime minister also asked why BNM had sold the dollar for the devalued ringgit when the private sector was selling the depreciating ringgit for the dollar.

        On Dec 19, Johari had said the losses were due to outflows of foreign funds and not caused by foreign exchange (forex) trading.

        He said the outflows were in turn due to concerns over weak global growth prospects, anticipation of monetary policy normalisation in the US and a sharp decline in global oil prices.

        Johari had said this in response to an assertion by Mahathir on Dec 10 that the US$39.6 billion lost was a much larger amount than what BNM was said to have lost in the forex trading under his rule as prime minister in the early 1990s.

        Mahathir had said there was however no royal commission of inquiry (RCI) to probe the losses between 2013 and 2015 which took place under Prime Minister Najib Razak’s leadership, unlike the recently concluded RCI over the 1990s forex losses.

        The 92-year-old added today that while foreign investors did liquidate their holdings in Malaysia to take out their money when the ringgit depreciated from 2013 to 2015, BNM was holding foreign currencies in the form of US bonds.

        “Its duty is to sustain the value of the Malaysian ringgit should the market lose confidence in the government’s management of its finances, among other things,” he said.

        To do this, BNM must buy the ringgit and show there is a demand for the currency, he added.

        “But with what can Bank Negara buy the ringgit? The obvious source is the foreign currency reserves it is holding. Effectively, Bank Negara is trading US dollars from the national reserves for the devalued ringgit,” he said.

        Mahathir said while the ringgit’s value may have been sustained initially, continued lack of confidence in the market may have forced its further devaluation.

        “And Bank Negara would have to use more US dollars from the reserves to support the ringgit. As we all know, the ringgit did not recover during those years,” he said.

  2. a says:

    Extremist = one who advocates illegal, violent, or other extreme action. Yes, the communist terrorists and the religious terrorists are extremists.

    But it’s nonsensical to suggest that Perkasa and Ibrahim Ali are extremists. Holding the keris and kissing it is not extremism – all UMNO Youth chiefs have done it to win votes.

    But saying “bathe (the keris) in Chinese blood” is definitely extremist. Najib had been reported: “It is widely documented that in the days preceding Operasi Lallang in October 1987, Najib Razak then as the head of Umno Youth, made a speech at a rally in Kampung Baru where he vowed to bathe his keris in the blood of Chinese Malaysian citizens.

    And this speech was delivered against a background of banners by Umno Youth saying such things as ‘May 13 has begun’ and ‘Soak it with Chinese blood’.” – http://www.malaysiakini.com/letters/82606

    “Najib is the one who said that he wanted to soak the keris in Chinese blood (during an Umno rally) – http://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/…/dr-m-chided-najib-for-stoking-racial-tension..

    That’s extremism of the highest order.

  3. a says:

    Extremist = one who advocates illegal, violent, or other extreme action. Yes, the communist terrorists and the religious terrorists are extremists.

    But it’s nonsensical to suggest that Perkasa and Ibrahim Ali are extremists. Holding the keris and kissing it is not extremism – all UMNO Youth chiefs have done it to win votes.

    But saying “bathe (the keris) in ,,,,,,, …..” is definitely extremist. You know who had been reported: “It is widely documented that in the days preceding Operasi Lallang in October 1987, ….. then as the head of Umno Youth, made a speech at a rally in Kampung Baru where he vowed to bathe his keris in the ………. http://www.malaysiakini.com/letters/82606

    “….. is the one who said that he wanted to ………… ,,,,,,, ….. (during an Umno rally) – http://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/…/dr-m-chided-najib-for-stoking-racial-tension..

    That’s extremism of the highest order.

  4. a says:

    Extremist = one who advocates illegal, violent, or other extreme action. Yes, the communist terrorists and the religious terrorists are extremists.

    But it’s nonsensical to suggest that Perkasa and Ibrahim Ali are extremists. Holding the keris and kissing it is not extremism – all UMNO Youth chiefs have done it to win votes.

    But saying “bathe (the keris) in ,,,,,,, …..” is definitely extremist. You know who had said those.

    That’s extremism of the highest order.

    • Anonymous says:

      How about that infamous incident at Port Dickson hotel?

    • Anonymous says:

      Malaysia must return to its traditions of compromise, conciliation, tolerance and compassion in Islam as it has diverged from the path despite the government’s push for moderation, said constitutional law expert Dr Shad Saleem Faruqi.

      The emeritus professor at Universiti Malaya, who is under police investigation for one of his newspaper articles on Islam, said Malaysia’s founding fathers had built a country that was different from other Muslim countries, setting an example on how to succeed in inter-communal living.

      “Malaysia was an exemplar to Third World countries (and) Muslim countries up until the 1990s. Then we sort of made a U-turn.

      “I’m hopeful that things will change again, because one of the reasons we were able to balance religion with secularism, democracy with development, Malay supremacy and at the same time keeping other people reasonably contented – I think it was because of moderation,” he said after the roundtable discussion on “Does religiosity lead to authoritarianism” in Kuala Lumpur yesterday.

      • Anonymous says:

        Hadi is speaking and behaving like a prominent Umno leader. He is rubbing shoulders with his new found comrades holding high positions in government. He knows age is catching up and craves for political prominence. He has tasted RM90 million “dedak” in whatever form. Time to pay back. Telling lies to support Umno is a pay back.

        • Ang Tao Peng says:

          “He has tasted RM90 million “dedak” in whatever form.”

          A kurang ajar biadap Kerala bukit Kobra Koolie soiled Kelingnex ar sewipe Mugathir “Memali Massacre” McKutty-type sarabat stall lie.

          Where is the evidence?

          • Anonymous says:

            The bastard Ang Tiunama cannot cease name calling and using foul language –

            The ungrateful ingrate Cina Bukit coolie pendatang, ultra kiasu bastard Ang Tiunama Peng, never thankful having got citizenship right agreed to by the Malays at Merdeka, not respecting the quid pro quo – the sensitive, Sedition-Act-protected clauses like the Special Position of the Malays and the Bumiputeras of Sabah and Sarawak – you Shanghai dog bastard Ang Tiunama Peng, whatever your real name is.

          • Ang Tao Peng says:

            Where is the evidence?

          • Anonymous says:

            Ang doesn’t understand what the word evidence means. Has been explained to him here before but he merely wants to distract readers’ attention by asking that.

          • Ang Tao Peng says:

            “Has been explained to him here before”

            Hasn’t.

            Must be your jinn inability to handle any known human lamguage.

          • Anonymous says:

            You are a Shanghai dog, you wouldn’t know human language.

            Shanghai Signboards: “No Dogs and Chinese Allowed”

            If not brought in as Cina Bukit “coolies” pendatang from South China by the bloody British colonialists in the late 19th century, “Ang Tiunama Peng”’s forefathers might have run away to this country from the humiliation in Shanghai by the Westerners there.

            A particularly striking example of the demeaning, racist way that Chinese were treated in their own country. At a time when Europeans, and especially the British, dominated much of China, a sign at the entrance to the Huangpu Park in Shanghai announced: “No Dogs or Chinese Allowed.”

            This is cited in numerous books, including the writings of China’s first republican president, Sun Yat-Sen. Harvard University historian John K. Fairbank refers in his 1986 study, The Great Chinese Revolution (p. 147) to the “sign at the Public Garden on the Shanghai bund, ‘No Dogs or Chinese Allowed’.”

            “Dogs and Chinese Not Admitted” Signs in Shanghai

            The officially-sanctioned wording of regulations in the municipal parks of foreign-administered Shanghai, the sign placed in Shanghai’s Huangpu Park that read: “Chinese and Dogs Not Admitted.”

            Western imperialism in China. For over 60 years before June 1928 most Chinese certainly were barred from the parks administered by the foreign-controlled Shanghai Municipal Council of the International Settlement in Shanghai … the enforcement of the ban varied over time but for the first three decades of the 20th century it was rigidly administered.

            Dogs, ball games, cycling and picking of the flowers were also forbidden, but the alleged juxtaposition of the bans on dogs and Chinese became notorious. The potency of “dog” as an insulting and dehumanizing epithet in China undoubtedly exacerbated the insult

            ‘No Dogs and Chinese allowed’

            It was the kind of sign that humiliated Chinese during the semi-colonial era before 1949. Signs in foreign-run concession areas would sometimes say: “No Dogs and Chinese allowed.”

            Those days are long over.

            But there are certain places that continue to be restricted for Chinese. And I happen to be smack dab in the middle of one. Our office is in what is called the Qijiayuan Diplomatic Compound. It no longer is just for diplomats. While there are some diplomatic missions here, any foreigner with some currency can rent, I believe. At the gates, People’s Armed Police guards stand smartly at attention. They often stop Chinese and ask for identity cards to see if they indeed have jobs here or are part of families residing here.

            blogs.mcclatchydc.com/china/2008/03/no-dogs-and-chi.html

            Note: Putting the above out is not racist – not intended to insult the Chinese as a race. It is intended to make the racist, anti-Malay and anti-Islam bastard “Ang Tao Peng” in this blog to cease being so. Anti-“Ang Tiunama Peng” Chinese.
            http://www.google.com/search?q=John+K.+Fairbank+1986+The+Great+Chinese+Revolution+(p.+147)&oq=John+K.+Fairbank+1986+The+Great+Chinese+Revolution+(p.+147)&aqs=chrome..69i57.37616j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8

  5. a says:

    35 members and leaders of Perkasa joined PKR last week. A lot of hoo haa ensued.

    MCA Religious Bureau head called Tun M and TD Muhyiddin “Malay-centric leaders”. But aren’t all UMNO leaders Malay-centric, too? And MCA leaders “Chinese centric”?

    “DAP has been silent on Perkasa’s travesty of Malay rights,” said the MCA guy. What travesty? Travesty defined as “a false, absurd, or distorted representation of something”, is he being seditious?

    And, what’s wrong in the statement “Perkasa’s intention to bring Najib’s downfall (at Pru14) for his failure to uphold Malay rights etc? There is common intention among them in bringing Najib’s downfall in the coming general elections.

  6. Anonymous says:

    ” empowering Perkasa later the way they have empowered PAS?”

    Like Umno is doing now.

    PAS Hudud may be on the way to reality.

    • Chua VCD says:

      MCA please take care of Jamal at Umno.
      No need to worry for Perkasa.

      • Anonymous says:

        如果马华从未讲骗话,它得到的席位应该是36不是7,但事实上它只得2华人社区的席位!

        • Anonymous says:

          Despite being told in the past, the bloke comes out again with worm writing in a blog where the readers are used to BI or BM, possibly thinking his is a higher culture, not respecting the Constitution of the country Article 152 stating the National Language of the country is BM.

          He should read the following:

          The Myth of the Chinese Cultural Pre-eminence

          Ancient Chinese records aggrandized Chinese culture while at the same time denying the achievements of other cultures and races. Chinese historical documents had often been re-written, making it difficult to ascertain the truths.

          The burning of the books occurred not just over 2,000 years ago during Emperor Chin Shih Huang Di, but also in the 1960s during the so-called Cultural Revolution of Mao Zedong.

          Chinese history claimed China as the “Middle Kingdom”, others around them, and even far away, as “barbaric and uncivilized”.

          Those thinking theirs is a higher culture and others have a lower one must read what History Professor Wang Gung-Wu (formerly of Universiti Malaya, now in Singapore?) said in his essay “Early Ming Relations with S.E.Asia” pg. 36:

          “ … All peoples who believed that they alone were civilized did so because they thought their neighbours less civilized than themselves. This view was often proved wrong by subsequent contact with other civilized peoples.”

          Another academician, Albert Kolb, also pointed out in his book, “East Asia”, 1971,

          “For a long time, it (Chinese culture) was taken to be older, and possibly also richer in original features, than in fact it is”. (Pg 25).

          “Chinese culture cannot be thought of as originally Chinese because the Chinese themselves emerged gradually as a blend of many races and peoples”. (Pg 26).

          According to Professor Wolfram Eberhard, in his book “A History of China”, 1977, writings about ancient China were inventions of a later period, what were said to have been done by the Chinese rulers and the dates they were said to have been done appeared to be even later still. All these indicated that historical writings in China were meant to serve certain politico-ethical objectives.

          These are the words Professor Eberhard himself wrote:

          “Furthermore, we can now state with certainty that the historical data which were given in written documents for times down to 1,000 BC are false. They are the result of astronomical-astrological calculations, made by specialists of later times who pursued their own special political aims by doing these calculations”. (Pg 1).

          • Anonymous says:

            廖中莱犹如中国明史的吴三桂,是放清兵入关的汉奸。在巫统和伊党分别在玩弄种族和宗教极端,前者煽动非巫裔憎恨华裔,后者煽动穆斯林憎恨非穆斯林时,廖选择与之同调。

            廖中莱言论,竟和哈迪16日发表甚至刊登在《每日新闻》封面提要的新闻内容无异,两人一唱一和。

            巫统和伊党,一直以来像是在为火箭竞选拉票,让火箭成为首相。但行动党从未提出要出任首相,哈迪更指行动党是“华人火箭”(Cina Dap),但火箭一直是多元种族政党。

          • Ang Tao Peng says:

            Good one!

            More beautiful writings, please!

          • Mohd Zin says:

            廖中来是只巫统的臭狗。汉奸。

          • 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.

        • Anonymous says:

          出卖华人利益一个不能留。

          • 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.

      • Helen Ang says:

        傻hai, 中国现在是世界第一。

        • Anonymous says:

          Why these fellows don’t bring their Chinese writing to Chinese language blogs is fathomable. It’s a lack of respect for the Constitution Article 152 which restricts the use of mother tongue languages e.g for communication among themselves.

          It simply shows their lack of concern for the feelings of others – the 77% non-Chinese in this country. It really is their Cina Bukit character.

          It’s a personality disorder on the part of the blokes writing in the Chinese language in blogs that usually carry English or Malay (the National Language) writing.

          There are 10 types of personality disorder. Examples:

          Schizotypal Personality Disorder: odd or peculiar beliefs appearance, and behavior. Their exocentric beliefs may manifest in unusual speech or writing that is overelaborate or vague. Additionally, they exhibit considerable social anxiety resulting from paranoid fears and suspiciousness, rather than negative self-appraisals.

          Their tendency to experience interpersonal discomfort and paranoia often limits opportunities for them to develop social skills or experience interactions that may disconfirm their paranoid beliefs; as a result, they lack close friends other than close relatives. When they do interact with others, they may display constricted or inappropriate emotions and poor psychosocial functioning in general. Overall, it is estimated that Schizotypal Personality Disorder characterizes about 1% of the general population.

          Narcissistic Personality Disorder: they exhibit a grandiose sense of self-importance, need for excessive admiration, and lack of empathy. They may display a sense of entitlement, believe they are exceptionally unique and can only be understood by or associated with an elite few, and/or be preoccupied with fantasies of unlimited success, power, beauty, intellect, or ideal love. Nonetheless, the appearance of superiority and arrogance actually masks the thin-skinned sensitivity to rejection, criticism, or defeat.

          Their arrogant attitudes, behaviors, and interpersonal exchanges primarily serve to enhance and maintain self-esteem. This maintenance of self-esteem is often dependent on relationships with others and individuals with Narcissistic Personality Disorder are often interpersonally exploitive such that they will try eliciting admiration from others in service of themselves. Limited empathic responses are characteristic of these individuals and the motive behind any seemingly altruistic behavior is to enhance self-esteem. Overall, it is estimated that Narcissistic Personality Disorder characterizes slightly less than 1% of the general population.

          Antisocial Personality Disorder: characterized by a pattern of disregard for or violation of other people’s rights since adolescence. They exhibit a tendency to violate social norms, and may engage in behaviors that may lead to run-ins with the law. They may be involved in deception, lying, or conning for personal gain or pleasure. They have a tendency to be impulsive and/or aggressive, leading to physical altercations. They may have little awareness of personal or others’ safety.

          They lack a sense of responsibility, leading to failure to meet work demands or financial obligations. Furthermore, individuals with Antisocial Personality Disorder lack remorse and may rationalize negative consequences that they may have inflicted on others.

          • Helen Ang says:

            老宪家谄@汉奸, 你还没死啊哈?

          • 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.

  7. Anonymous says:

    “recent trend of elements of Malay-centric and extremism joining Pakatan” –

    The words “Malay-centric and extremism” are a figment of the MCA bloke’s imagination.

    But good that there has been a “trend of Malays joining Pakatan” –

    Those who don’t join are frustrated at the spiraling prices of goods, including petrol.

    They will show their frustration a Pru14.

    Remember, Najib has hardly done anything to check the spiraling pices.

    • Anonymous says:

      Is this why “Najib has hardly done anything to check the spiraling prices.”?

      Report: Malaysia can achieve high-income nation status by 2020
      Malay Mail Online

      And make the rakyat suffer by 2020 and maybe beyond?

      The rakyat should make him suffer by not voting him in 2018.

      • High Income Nation? says:

        Najib cannot deliver Mahathir’s 2020 vision, he need another 30 years for his TN50, or possibility of another 1000 years for Umno to lead us to nowhere?

      • Anonymous says:

        What good is a “high income nation” status when up to 40% of our people do not have enough cash to cover for life’s many emergencies?

        We used to be a nation of savers until easy credit led our younger generation to spend beyond their means. Blame it on our culture of spending easy money which our future generations have to bear. Why blame it on low financial literacy when our parents could save enough to finance our education, houses and holidays with with their relatively modest incomes?

        With our current economy, count yourself lucky if you are not in debts already after working for one year. Show me one person who have savings from his own working life & i will show you 100 young person who have to pay for debts from his/her credit cards that he have accumulated due to reasons best known to them.

        Possibly this is the strategy of BN-Umno so that rakyat are dependent on BR1M to vote for BN?

    • Anonymous says:

      It is clear 1 MDB is an investment gone awry. How? Why ?The answer as revealed to the world so vividly by the US AG is mismanagement.The same can happen to this ECRL “investment”. Can the Rakyat be convinced that this supposed loan for this ECRL be later seen as an investment . That is the main reason why doubts have been raised by the ordinary man in the street and by most of the opposition members in Parliament. So the Rakyat will decide in GE 14 based on this past performance. Notably the questions pertaining to integrity, honesty and accountability. Have they been addressed? Will they ever be addressed? The same tests will also hound the ECRL project .Of course in all of the above , the simple act of being transparent and accountable would have put to rest many of the concerns of the Rakyat, but when these issues are left untouched, unanswered the man on the street is not concerned if it is a loan or investment. He is just worried if 2 MDB is in the making.

  8. Fake President says:

    Accusing CNN, New York Times etc as “fake news” makes Donald Trump a “fake President”, no?

    Now New York Times Editorial Board says –

    Donald Trump Seems Confused About Jerusalem

    .. the Trump administration is here to make matters more bewildering and stressful for everyone.

    First, out of the blue, President Donald Trump announced on Dec. 6 that he was formally recognizing Jerusalem as Israel’s capital, tossing aside 70 years of careful American neutrality and infuriating Palestinians, who also want their capital to be in Jerusalem.

    Then, this week, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said, um, the United States isn’t actually going to move its embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem until 2020, if then. Passports of Americans born in Jerusalem will continue to say born in Jerusalem, not Israel. American government maps won’t identify Jerusalem as being inside Israel.

    Why the delay? Mr. Tillerson cited logistical reasons, whatever those might be. Maybe he’s having trouble finding a printer to make new maps?

  9. Internet addiction? says:

    Internet addiction in Malaysia at epidemic proportions: MCMC study
    New Straits Times Online

    Really?

    Deputy Communications and Multimedia Minister Datuk Jailani said “of Malaysia’s 24.1 million internet users, 80 per cent access the web for social media usage, with the average usage period being over four hours a day.”

    Wonder what basis was used in determining those. “study carried out on 725 respondents” – is that a fair sampling of 24.1 million? Respondents’ background, questions asked?

    ” 60 per cent of the respondents showed elevated levels of anxiety, and 32 per cent suffered from major depression.” – who determined those? Doctors? Psychiatrists? Not mentioned in the Bernama news report. “Hanging report”, as often the case with Bernama, the “national” news agency.

  10. Anonymous says:

    Tourism and Culture Minister Nazri Aziz said the system to manage umrah visas was cancelled …
    Free Malaysia Today

    Shoddy work. Corruption. Giving the project called IMAMS to a company with non-Muslims in the Board.

    • Anonymous says:

      Deputy minister of Tourism Mas Ermieyati Samsudin: I was in the dark over non-Bumis in Imams. How naive.

      Tun M called Dep Minister Nur Jazlan “budak hingusan”. Wonder what he’d call this girl.

      .. the involvement of non-Bumiputeras in the company tasked with managing the ministry’s latest system to prevent umrah package frauds.

      “In fact a day before pitching, I asked my officers again, are there non-Bumiputeras in the company or other issues?

      “From the information I received, there was none,” Mas Ermieyati told a press conference.

      She got cheated by the officers? Najib’s gomen so teruk, issit?

    • Anonymous says:

      More revelation of shoddy work by gomen Najib – is this pure corruption or sabotage by their officials?

      The Cabinet was not told that the now-cancelled Integrated Manasik Monitoring System (Imams) would be outsourced, says Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi – the star.com

      The Deputy Prime Minister said that the matter of Imams was brought up during Cabinet meetings, but there was no detailed briefing given.

      “The Cabinet was informed about a system to register umrah pilgrims, which would also set certain guidelines and methods to protect them.

      “It did not involve the appointment of any company to manage the system, or that it would be outsourced,” he told reporters.

      The system, which aimed to address instances of umrah package frauds in the country, was fraught with fraud and cancelled on Saturday (Dec 16) within 24 hours of its launch.

      • Anonymous says:

        “the matter of Imams was brought up during Cabinet meetings, but there was no detailed briefing given.”

        And no questions asked?

        Pak Pandir.

  11. Anonymous says:

    When Tony Fernandez volunteered to build his own budget airport near Labu Sendayan, MAHB quickly put a stop and started off their half baked project. Today they are charging so much as airport tax for a budget airport that it defeats the purpose of boarding a budget airline. Poor consumers who prefer to take budget airlines are saddled with paying these taxes through their tickets. Tak tahu tadbir airport bagilah pada orang yang tahu.

    • Anonymous says:

      Airport tax costs more than the airline ticket – only in Malaysia!

    • Anonymous says:

      And what of Prime Minister Najib Razak’s official ground-breaking ceremony speech for KLIA2: “It is with great pleasure that I officiate this ground-breaking ceremony of the new LCCT, which is to be known as KLIA2.”

      (“The new low-cost carrier terminal (LCCT) or KLIA 2 will mark the nation’s growth and leadership in aviation globally and serve as an economic stimulus for the country, Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak said on Monday.” – KLIA2 website, Aug 30, 2011)

      But then again, perhaps we shouldn’t believe everything that Najib says in his speeches…

      KLIA2 – now everyone can get screwed.

    • Anonymous says:

      The hike in passenger service charge (PSC) at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport 2 (KLIA2) is nothing but to rescue airport operator Malaysia Airports Holdings BHD (MAHB).

      It is unsustainable for the PSC rates to remain unchanged as the cost of operating the “larger and more advanced” KLIA2 is higher.

  12. Chua VCD says:

    Come GE14, PAS will be severly vanquished!. First by it own PAS members who are already disastified with the top few selfish and hypocrites “temikai” ( have to give credit to the old fox for such a connotation ). They will turn the tables by voting for the splinter group of Amanah or others and maybe even Umno.

    Do your own “siasat” and you will be amazed at the anger and disapointment by the lower tier due to the “90” mil scandals and concerns where the past years flood that has yet to reslove the housing and finacial woes. Their beliefs and support for PAS has waned not by their own doing but the serious resentment for the self serving leaders in the party that did nothing except for shoving down their throat a religious edict portraying only the best of and for Hadi. The dodgy legal suits in UK has exposed and further reiterate to the members that PAS party leadership has a lot to hide. Secondly Umno is ready for the back stabbing process.

    You can now see that the Umno Kelantan leaders are so vocal and confident to wrest the state. PAS has always being seen as alternative vote banks thru’ the guise of religion and race for the Malys to make a choice and UMno can’t have that. Clear cut winner takes all and there cannot be another tiger to confront. PAS “temikai leaders” are already in the pockets of Umno thanks to the well dished out “cash is king” strategy.

    So why the sandiwara of PAS interest in the GE 14 where talks are all over that PAS will be past as it shall be merged into Umno. Don’t you get it MCA?

  13. lyingliers says:

    Deputy minister of Tourism Mas Ermieyati Samsudin: I was in the dark over non-Bumis in Imams.

    they are extremist while in BiN/Umnok party.
    when turn over to PAKATAN HAREKIRA they can accept “maharajah” LKS
    or “mahafiruan” kerala kutty.

  14. source of future instability says:

    The World Bank warned that the “rapid increases” in real housing prices since 2008 could be a source of future instability.

    “.. the rapid increase in prices creates incentives for the construction of new properties, which could potentially lead to a burst in prices and an abrupt adjustment to economic activity,” the report said.

    That opinion is important, even alarming.

    Is Najib an economist? The economists in government service dare give advice? Or merely follow Najib’s wishes? Like 1MDB officials.

    • Anonymous says:

      1 Melayu dalam bahaya?

      • Anonymous says:

        Army Camps are not built for defence of Malaysia, but to provide army votes to Umno candidates. These are election Camps for the defense of DUMNO/BN seats. This is an abuse of their power.

        • Anonymous says:

          So many cases of abuse of power by Najib.

          The most blatant is concerning 1MDB: dismissal of Attorney General Gani Pattail without notice and valid reason, appointing a retired judge Apandi in his place. And making the Auditor General’s report on the 1MDB accounts secret under the OSA, disbandment of the Task Force investigating 1MDB and the RM2.6 billuon in Najib’s personal bank account.

          Najib has to be toppled at Pru14.

  15. Anonymous says:

    Ang did not receive his Dedak, thus no writing?

    Anyway, Jasa’s director-general Mohd Puad Zarkash’s theory concerning a tussle between Mahathir and Muhyiddin is what one may call a dumb-ass theory made by a super jackass. Makes for nice reading to kick away the Monday blues, hahaha. He wants to be a milkshake duck?

  16. Ang Tao Peng says:

    We have to congratulate Ibrahim Oily and PorKKKarsa for the very astute move of joining the DAP = Dogs And Pigs party-led Pantakan Harakiri!

    Apart from prancing around like pondan pantomime clowns in their red-sashed beauty queen outfit and waving their Made-in-China tourist souvenir keris, PorKKKarsa has not progressed further than their Malayan shores, any foray into Sarawak has been met with a resounding fcuk off from Sarawakians, especially the Malays who gave the middle finger of their left hand to the rather foreign “Tanah Melayu” “Malays”.

    Now that at long last, PorKKKarsa has come to its non-sense, it realises that to re-vitalise their “ketuanan”, they have to kowtow to the chauvinism of the Cina bukits with their superior brand of pendatang “ketuanan” Cina.

    So welcome to the fold of those with better “ketuanan”, persisting in clowning with funny girlie costumes, dancing around a Kerala Kobra Koolie 2%”Malay” godfather with a silly dishcloth hat, and waving keris can only cause PorKKKarsa to fold up.

    The timely move of surrendering to the more superior enemy who has always been threatened with cheapskate ultra-kiasu balik Cina shags, shows the grace and acceptance of defeat by ketuanana Cina. I always thought all Ibrahim Oily can only cut his nose with a cheap keris to spite his ugly face.

    If you can’t beat them, join them, as the saying goes.

    Sure as their mafia godfather, the Kerala Klown wearing the sarong on his head had to crawl to China, songkok in trotter, to kowtow to their imperial majesties; so has Ibrahim Ugly to little Cina bukit emperor Tortoise Tokong.

    We can expect a colourful future for the lovefest of the longkang “supremacists” and the Cina bukit chauvinists. Imagine we get a new panto with the Tortoise Tokong playing the moral and physical cripple Little Emperor clown of Penang Street Wayang https://www.tvmao.com/drama/VVQxbA==/pictures/B734379 , resplendent with an Adolf moustache, thus http://www.chinaopera.net/english/catalog.asp?tags=QunYingHui

    The kurang ajar biadap Kerala godfather of PorKKKarsa would look thus https://www.pinterest.co.uk/pin/608056387159140129/

    Ibrahim Oily in his Cina bukit outfit, thus http://www.imgrum.org/media/1530473087630465370_1707343890

    Let the show begin!

  17. Ang Tao Peng says:

    And here we have the kurang ajar biadap Kerala bukit Kobra Koolie soiled Kelingnex “Bugis pirates” McKutty doing his statesmanship best masturbating (“his own words”) about his then disgraced Anwar Ibrahimmler “masturbating”.

    What a longkang Kerala sarabat stall fakir performance!

    There were plenty of ways of describing what Anwar was doing, but the vulgar cesspit kurang ajar biadap Kerala Chera pirate longkang peasant chose to use the best from his sarabat stall fakir performer tradition.

    Ain’t it hilarious and unconvincing the way the Kerala Kobra sarabat stall fakir over-dramatises his otherwsie believable drama?!

    “When Anwar was arrested, Mahathir went on TV and related to the whole country about Anwar and he even told Malaysians that Anwar was masturbating his sex partner and all that. It was one of the most embarrassing moments for Malaysians.”
    http://www.malaysia-today.net/mahathirs-latest-con/

    • Anonymous says:

      This chap’s comment has name calling and foul language.

      Anonymous December 14, 2017 at 8:55 pm said:

      “I hope the comments can be constructive.
      No foul language.
      No name calling.

      Can or not?
      Else I will report to MCMC.”

      Hope the Anonymous concerned will take action. Not to report to MCMC as it would affect STL which has allowed us to use his blog for commenting.

      Just hit at the guy endlessly like said by

      Anonymous December 7, 2017 at 4:40 pm

      “Ang

      Why waste your time here?

      Go join Umno SPAM and get some pocket money.”

  18. Ang Tao Peng says:

    Now that PorKKKarsa has surrendered to the Cina bukit chauvinists, will racist and fascist PorKKKarsa be doing its ineffectual nuisance best criticising the Chinese in the DAP = Demons Approving Party, like PorKKKarsa does the Chinese in the MCA?

    Will their mafia godfather the kurang ajar biadap Kerala bukit 2%”Malay” soiled Kelingnex ar sewipe Mahitler “Memali Massacre” McKutty dare offend the Cina bukit chauvinists, egg his extremists on?

    Will little emperor Tortoise Tokong greaseball StaLim Guano Eng permit that?

    Or would he welcome more pain in his Cina bukit ar se, now that the extremists from PorKKKarsa are certified blessed fellow Satanist cult members?

    Would the Fatso chief clown of PorKKKarsa hold his excessively noisy snout and not dare say a word against his new massah?

    Would Ibrahim Ugly dare wave his little Made-in-China tourist souvenir keris in front of little emperor moral and physical hunchback Tortoise Tokong when he sticks his neck and head out from his tortoise shell?

    Stand by for more hilarity as the extremists do their unholy khalwat.

    And stand by as the hypocrite little Cina bukit emperor moral and physical hunchback Tortoise Tokong Josef StaLim Guano Eng sermonises the MCA!

    https://www.thethirdforce.net/guan-eng-should-shut-his-father-up-not-the-mca-president/

    • Anonymous says:

      Once upon a time Islam was positioned to be moderate until one day politicians discovered how easy to use it as a convenient tool to manipulate the masses. Rural folks are consider to simple law abiding communities. Fast forward we now witness the shift to far right where every ambitious politicians want a fast track to power and wealth. The desires are universal. PAS partnership with BN is awesome because the twin objectives of rural votes and fame compliment each other. In achieving these objectives disrupting the peace is one, but more importantly to discredit oppositions. Tearing up of ethnic relations is a consequence and worthy cause for both parties since blame is on oppositions. Track records of both parties are appalling. The convenient partnership has given the country much pains and mess in the forms of poor education, parochial thinking and poor standards across every possible economic and social indicators.

      • Anonymous says:

        Islam has always been moderate until, like Christianity, Judaism etc, some of the leaders started becoming becoming desperate to attract attention to gain votes.

        “parochial thinking”? Such things as “Bangsa Johor”?

    • Anonymous says:

      Ang’s comment has name calling and foul language.

      Anonymous December 14, 2017 at 8:55 pm said:

      “I hope the comments can be constructive.
      No foul language.
      No name calling.

      Can or not?
      Else I will report to MCMC.”
      http://stopthelies.my/?p=5806#comment-787298

      Hope the Anonymous concerned will take action. Not to report to MCMC as it would cause problems to STL which has allowed us to use this blog for commenting.

      Just hit at the guy endlessly like said by

      Anonymous December 7, 2017 at 4:40 pm

      “Ang

      Why waste your time here?

      Go join Umno SPAM and get some pocket money.”

      • Ang Tao Peng says:

        Why not leave it to the owner of STL to take any action?

        Since the site doesn’t belong to you.

        If you still need to report “name calling and foul languageW to your long dead kindergarten teacher, why not just stick your head in a pile of pig shit, that way you don’t see anything, and do not need to trouble yourself playing the Gestapo here?!

        You tried to boss around here and insinuated yourself into your self-appointment as a “moderator” here. You branded yourself as the site’s “friend from a long way back”.

        The site didn’t like your brand, promptly sacked you with a flurry of articles shagging your idol and rentseekers’ emperor. that smelly kurang ajar biadap Kerala bukit Kobra Koolie soiled Kelingnex ar sewipe Mugathir “Memali Massacre” McKutty, upside down!

        Since then, and since you have nowhere else to go, you have been lurking around here to sabotage without any success any article that truthfully and rightly shagged your Kerala bukit hill bandit kleptomaniac and loser Mugathir “BNM Massacre” McKutty!

        • Anonymous says:

          The above comment still has name calling and foul language.

          Anonymous December 14, 2017 at 8:55 pm said:

          “I hope the comments can be constructive.
          No foul language.
          No name calling.

          Can or not?
          Else I will report to MCMC.”
          http://stopthelies.my/?p=5806#comment-787298

          Hope the Anonymous concerned will take action. Not to report to MCMC as it would cause problems to STL which has allowed us to use this blog for commenting.

          Just hit at the guy endlessly like said by

          Anonymous December 7, 2017 at 4:40 pm

          “Ang

          Why waste your time here?

          Go join Umno SPAM and get some pocket money.”

        • Ang Tao Peng says:

          A good site to report to MCMC would be that “Cheat Dog” by the rabid mad dog kurang ajar biadap Kerala bukit Kobra Koolie soiled Kelingnex ar sewipe Mugathir “Bugis pirates” McKutty.

          Not only is “Top Bitch” a sick old old old dying sarabat stall fakir performer doing his perpetual lying, bullockshitting, and sheer unadulterated fraud, the loser is also a rabid racist, fascist thug, and a toe rag inciting seditious hatred of our royalty.

          “Cheat Dog” should balik Kerala hills where he can be back with the glorious Chera pirates of Kerala!

          After we unload the loot he’s robbed us of, of course!

          • Anonymous says:

            If Ang is allowed to continue with his name calling and foul language with impunity and without being hit back by participants in here or by STL, that would attract counter comments against him in similar fashion.

            The quality of this blog will go down again and many readers shy away from visiting.

          • Ang Tao Peng says:

            “by participants in here or by STL, that would attract counter comments against him in similar fashion”

            Don’t know about ” participants in here or by STL” but I would welcome “counter comments against him in similar fashion”.

            Though I would prefer that be with content, substance, wit, and even truth.

            And, of course, in some kind of known human language and not in the permanently recycled garbage of Kerala sarabat stall garbage og neanderthal gibberish guttural pigdinspeak, please.

            That is to say, be thoroughly versed in the use of a known human language, if “in similar fashion” is to have some kind of human sense.

            I won’t worry about that “quality of this blog will go down again”, the racist and fascist stink you bring with your clone mentality of your idol and rentseekers’ emperor, that kurang ajar biadap Kerala Kobra Koolie soiled Kelingnex ar sewipe Mugathir “Memali Massacre” McKutty, each time you post your gibberish guttural pigdinspeak recycled garbage is the only time this blog goes down in human standard.

            Luckily for one and all, I am here to save the day by kicking you in your Mugathir “Bugis pirates” McKutty-cloned oink groin each time you dare utter a word!

            Hey! Why are you whining about my posts, these days. “eh”?!

            Found that I am more than your match. “eh”?

            Want to surrender to me like extremist Ibrahim Ugly and PorKKKarsa surrendered to little emperor Tortoise Tokong, “eh”?!

            Hand over your cardboard cut-out keris, then, I will reward you with a cardboard cut-out of an inflatable doll of a kid!

          • Anonymous says:

            Still name calling and using foul language.

            The ungrateful ingrate Cina Bukit coolie pendatang, ultra kiasu bastard Ang Tiunama Peng, never thankful having got citizenship right agreed to by the Malays at Merdeka, not respecting the quid pro quo – the sensitive, Sedition-Act-protected clauses like the Special Position of the Malays and the Bumiputeras of Sabah and Sarawak – you Shanghai dog bastard Ang Tiunama Peng, whatever your real name is.

            Anonymous December 14, 2017 at 8:55 pm said:

            “I hope the comments can be constructive.
            No foul language.
            No name calling.

            Can or not?
            Else I will report to MCMC.”
            http://stopthelies.my/?p=5806#comment-787298

            Hope the Anonymous concerned will take action. Not to report to MCMC as it would cause problems to STL which has allowed us to use this blog for commenting.

            Just hit at the guy endlessly like said by

            Anonymous December 7, 2017 at 4:40 pm

            “Ang

            Why waste your time here?

            Go join Umno SPAM and get some pocket money.”

        • Anonymous says:

          Ang is the owner of STL?

  19. Najib win = PAS Hudud? says:

    Extracts from FMT article –

    A BN win “portends ill for the non-Malay minorities and liberal Muslims, as Umno, increasingly dependent on PAS, dances to the latter’s tunes.

    The editorial says a win for Umno, would mean the acceleration of Malaysia’s march towards a greater role for Islam in the law and in society.

    “In the coming years, Malaysia’s minorities will be increasingly left in little doubt as to their status as second class citizens, with diminishing political clout as the gerrymander, and the increasing interdependence of Umno and PAS, render their votes less important.

    “Liberal Muslims will likely see their personal freedoms further eroded as the government enforces puritanical interpretations of Islamic law with greater vigour.”

    “.. if Umno continued down its current path under Najib, the losers would be the people of Malaysia, as the post-independence dream of a secular, pluralist and democratic nation would drift further out of sight.

    The result of this electoral strategy is Umno’s increasingly strident Malay supremacism, accompanied by concessions to PAS’s agenda of enshrining shariah law federally.

    • Ang Tao Peng says:

      Like it or not, if the majority in Malaysia wants hudud, they are jolly well entitled to have that.

      Our “Opposition”, particular those who are “Muslims” has never been vocal when it comes to uttering a thing or two against hudud even when not in its more entertaining form.

  20. Mahathir’s capital controls ‘saved’ Malaysia says:

    World Bank lauds Mahathir’s capital controls that ‘saved’ Malaysia

    Extracts from http://www.theindependent.sg/world-bank-lauds-mahathirs-capital-controls-that-saved-malaysia/

    IN a rare splash of praise, the World Bank has profusely lauded the Mahathir Mohamad government for its brainiac moves in the aftermath of the Asian Financial Crisis or AFC. (Wonder why the praise on Mahathir. A distaste for Najib’s ways?)

    While saying the Mahathir government took the classic steps to prevent the economy from sinking further after the financial crisis started to bite hard into the country, the World Bank said with high regards to the then regime that its gambit worked.

    It further said the rest of the world should have learned from the government of Mahathir on how it handled the catastrophe bravely and with wisdom, in order to prevent such happenings again.

    The report is entitled ‘Turmoil to Transformation: 20 Years after the Asian Financial Crisis’.

    Only parts and parcels related to the current government at Putrajaya in the report is published in pro-government newspapers and portals. (Of course – they are dedak eating ones).

    But in the report, the World Bank said the Mahathir government quickly learned that the stabilization of the ringgit was crucial to the success of the Government’s plan.

    At that time, in 1998, the ringgit had plunged to its lowest rate versus the US Dollar.

    But Mahathir made a bold move by fixing the exchange rate at RM 3.8 to US$ 1.

    To explain it plainly for the laymen, the World Bank is saying the move by Mahathir salvaged the country and this move might have saved the country to be what it is today.

    The World Bank said during the first months of the crisis, Malaysia saw a huge amount of capital leaving the country. It is called capital outflow. This resulted in the ringgit depreciating significantly (that is losing its value rapidly).

    To stabilize the currency and to create a higher degree of certainty for exporters and importers, which will enable them to more accurately forecast revenues and costs, the Government fixed the exchange rate at RM 3.8 to US$ 1.

    The world was on the move, but Mahathir pressed on. And the gambit paid out for the country, until today!

    The World Bank said the implementation of this measure was intended to enable Malaysia to regain monetary independence.

    To control interest rates and to facilitate economic recovery while at the same time stabilizing the exchange rate, the Malaysian Government introduced capital controls against the will of the IMF, the WB itself and the rest of the world. (The value of the praise by World Bank is made more significant by the fact that Mahathir acted “against the will of the IMF, the WB itself”).

    • Ang Tao Peng says:

      That’s a planted article.

      As in “convenient news”, timely-placed “news”, convenient article out of the blue – and, of course, fake news!

      There’s been just too many convenient articles about Malaysia, a country that interests nearly nobody in the West, to be believable.

      Few would bother read the article, it appears more to impress our nodding monkeys as in “the Angmohs say…” and “therefore”, an overused technique that no longer works – or still patronises that many of our many nodding monkeys!

      • Anonymous says:

        “nodding monkeys” – said by

        The ungrateful ingrate Cina Bukit coolie pendatang, ultra kiasu bastard Ang Tiunama Peng, never thankful having got citizenship right agreed to by the Malays at Merdeka, not respecting the quid pro quo – the sensitive, Sedition-Act-protected clauses like the Special Position of the Malays and the Bumiputeras of Sabah and Sarawak – you Shanghai dog bastard Ang Tiunama Peng, whatever your real name is.

        • Ang Tao Peng says:

          “the Malays”

          What type of?

          You mean the racist chickenshit “supremacist” extremist wans who surrendered to Cina bukit chauvinist Little Emperor moral and physical hunchback Tortoise Tokong, and joined his gang?

          Or you mean the 2%”Malay” pedigree type kurang ajar biadap Kerala bukit Kobra Koolie soiled Kelingnex ar sewipe Mugathir “Bugis pirates” McKutty

          Or the type that meets the approval of that “Superman” tHew “Melayu bodoh!” Kuan Yau who advocates that “use Malays to screw the Malays”?

          Or the Sarawak type, who chucked out Malaya’s racist and chickenshit “supremacists” whose “supremacy” is so chickenshit they prefer the Cina bukit kind of chauvinism – enough to join and bed with the babi butchers?!

          Holy Bratwurst, what are the longkang racists, fascists, and chickenshit “supremacists” turning into!

          Too much Kerala teh tarik in the water system in some areas, I say!

          Over to you, Ibrahim Oily, what say you? – ask permission from your emperor tortoise Tokong before you can open your big snout!

          • Anonymous says:

            Again using foul language and name calling.

            The ungrateful ingrate Cina Bukit coolie pendatang, ultra kiasu bastard Ang Tiunama Peng, never thankful having got citizenship right agreed to by the Malays at Merdeka, not respecting the quid pro quo – the sensitive, Sedition-Act-protected clauses like the Special Position of the Malays and the Bumiputeras of Sabah and Sarawak – you Shanghai dog bastard Ang Tiunama Peng, whatever your real name is.

          • Anonymous says:

            The bastard Ang Tiunama Peng does not seem to bother advice not to use foul language and name calling.

            Now propagating the words “Melayu bodoh!” “use Malays to screw the Malays”.

            The ungrateful ingrate Cina Bukit coolie pendatang, bastard Tiunama Ang, never thankful having got citizenship right agreed to by the Malays at Merdeka, not respecting the quid pro quo – the sensitive, Sedition-Act-protected clauses of the Constitution – Shanghai dog bastard Ang Tiunama Peng, whatever your real name is.

            You have been screwing the Chinese and putting down the image of the Chinese in this country by your ungrateful ingrate ultra kiasu attitude, your seditious and subversive utterances, your Shanghai dog anti-Malays, anti-Islam, even anti-Hakkas and anti-Hokkiens barkings in here.

            You and your “tHew” ancestors never did anything against the Westerners equating your kind to dogs, putting up signboards in Shanghai stating “No Dogs And Chinese Allowed”.
            Absconded to Malaya, you started the secret societies, thugs and gangsters phenomenon, the traitorous bastards Ghee Hengs and Hai Sans started the Larut Wars I, II, III & IV that led to the British intervention in the affairs of this country, and bloody British colonialism. You, fucked-up bastards.

            When the Chinese are confronted by a snake and a wild boar, they’d whack you bastard first.

          • Anonymous says:

            “supremacist” –

            Complex-Stricken Ang Tiunama

            Respect The Constitution

            Accept Your Lot As A Minority In China and In This Country

            Be Grateful For Your Citizenship Right

            You feeling so complex-stricken again talking about supremacists now, eh?

            You have to accept that your kind are a minority in China and in Malaysia, too, bastard Ang Tiunama.

            In China your forefathers belong to the smallest of the 56 ethnics. In Malaysia you are worse still, not belonging to the Hakkas and Hokkiens Clans, as you despise them.

            What your kind are may total less than 1% of the population of this country.

            So, accept your lot in society in this country, ok?

      • Anonymous says:

        “fake news” is Donald Trump’s words.

        Several US Senators have called for his resignation.

        “fake news” are the ones that try to distract readers’ attention from the facts.

        Like the above.

        • Ang Tao Peng says:

          ““fake news” is Donald Trump’s words.”

          Trump may be for greaseball moral and physical hunchback Tortoise Tokong StaLim Guano Eng to comment on, but Trump hardly interests me – and I don’t have to borrow stuff about him to pad up my comment.

          “fake news” is neither Trump’s discovery, nor his invention.

          And Kerala sarabat stall type of fakir-brewed “fake news” of lies, bullockshit, and sheer unadulterated fraud has been the favoured method of screwing the dumb nodding monkeys, of the kurang ajar biadap Kerala bukit Kobra Koolie soiled Kelingnex ar sewipe U-Tun Mugathir “Bugis pirates” McKutty.

          Except that these days most people have discovered there is only filthy froth and no tea in the blackie Chera pirate’s teh tarik!

          • Anonymous says:

            Ang is name calling and using foul language again.

            The ungrateful ingrate Cina Bukit coolie pendatang, ultra kiasu bastard Ang Tiunama Peng, never thankful having got citizenship right agreed to by the Malays at Merdeka, not respecting the quid pro quo – the sensitive, Sedition-Act-protected clauses like the Special Position of the Malays and the Bumiputeras of Sabah and Sarawak – you Shanghai dog bastard Ang Tiunama Peng, whatever your real name is.

          • Ang Tao Peng says:

            “the Malays”

            What type of?

            You mean the racist chickenshit “supremacist” extremist wans who surrendered to Cina bukit chauvinist Little Emperor moral and physical hunchback Tortoise Tokong, and joined his gang?!

            Or you mean the 2%”Malay” pedigree type kurang ajar biadap Kerala bukit Kobra Koolie soiled Kelingnex ar sewipe Mugathir “Bugis pirates” McKutty

            Or the type that meets the approval of that “Superman” tHew “Melayu bodoh!” Kuan Yau who advocates that “use Malays to screw the Malays”?

            Or the Sarawak type, who chucked out Malaya’s racist and chickenshit “supremacists” whose “supremacy” is so chickenshit they prefer the Cina bukit kind of chauvinism – enough to join and bed with the babi butchers?!

            Holy Bratwurst, what are the longkang racists, fascists, and chickenshit “supremacists” turning into!

            Too much Kerala teh tarik in the water system in some areas, I say!

            Over to you, Ibrahim Oily, what say you? – ask permission from your emperor tortoise Tokong before you can open your big snout!

          • Anonymous says:

            Ang is name calling and using foul language with impunity.

            The ungrateful ingrate Cina Bukit coolie pendatang, ultra kiasu bastard Ang Tiunama Peng, never thankful having got citizenship right agreed to by the Malays at Merdeka, not respecting the quid pro quo – the sensitive, Sedition-Act-protected clauses like the Special Position of the Malays and the Bumiputeras of Sabah and Sarawak – you Shanghai dog bastard Ang Tiunama Peng, whatever your real name is.

          • Anonymous says:

            Ang Tao Peng,

            You have insulted the Malays often. Saying the Malays are not a race, not a civilization, even alleging the books “The Malay Civilization” and “Tamadun Alam Melayu” published by the Historical Society of Malaysia as myths.

            You propagated the the words “Melayu bodoh”, “Malays screw Malays”, “Lazy rentseekers”, etc. You have been terribly seditious. You are the kind who caused the race riots of 1969; now aged 79 years, you were about 30 years old then, the kind of marauders who convoyed to the wholly Malay area, Kampung Bahru, KL, shouting insults and obscenities against the Malays. Those who have not read much about the racial clashes should read the White Paper produced by the National Operations Council – http://www.scribd.com/doc/27686752/NOC-White-Paper-MAGERAN.

            Malays in this blog have not insulted the Chinese in retaliation as it is seditious to do so. But they have hit you back as a retaliation against you personally for being terribly crude, irresponsible, detestable, abominable. They have called you a Shanghai dog, an ungrateful ingrate ultra kiasu Cina Bukit coolie pendatang, Cina like you also bodoh, your kind screw one another even almost causing race or clan riots in early Penang, traitorous like the Chinese General who opened the Great Wall gates to let the Manchurian Army enter, conquered and ruled China for hundreds of years until the 20th century.

            (Continued)

          • Anonymous says:

            (Continuation)
            Ang Tao Peng,

            The Malays in this blog have, in retaliation, pointed out to you that your kind of ungrateful ingrates pendatang had not fought the Westerners in Shanghai who equated Chinese to dogs, putting up notice boards stating “No Dogs And Chinese Allowed”. Yet, in this country you would not fight Kleptocracy and corruption that has brought Malaysia several notches down the Trasparency International Corruption Index. You have only said Najib is not worth RM1.00.

            Yet you and your kind try to do like the completely traitorous 17th century Chinese General by speaking for the break up of Malaysia, calling for an independent Sarawak so that you can hope to be the tuan of the locals. Though if you start anything funny, you and your cohorts would surely be whacked and dragged to prison by the contingents of the Police and the brigades of the Army based in Sarawak and Sabah.

            It’s been been pointed out that your business/ occupation is as a Lazy Rentseeker gang leader taking commission etc from your fellow Lazy Rentseekers – the prostitutes, social escorts, massagers, karaoke guest relations “officers”, members of secret societies, thugs and gangsters collecting protection money from gambling den and fuck house operators, collecting loan repayments for loan sharks and painting red the houses and cars of loan defaulters – all those professions never existed before the coming of the Cina Bukit coolie pendatang.

            You have been a grotesque and terribly ugly example of the Cina Bukit coolie pendatang. It’s true that you have brought down the name of the Chinese in this country. You must realize that whatever shit that has been thrown at you – like being a Shanghai dog or a traitorous Chinese General – also shame the Chinese in this country. The more you insult the Malays, the more you have been and will be insulted based on what you have been known from what you say in here, and based on the character, records and the history of the Chinese. And the more shameful they become.

            Do refrain from your seditious and subversive acts. And fuck your mother’s cunt (for letting you out) if you don’t.

          • Helen Ang says:

            ” The Malays in this blog have, in retaliation, pointed out to you that your kind of ungrateful ingrates pendatang had not fought the Westerners in ”

            但是你不是马来人。你是冒充的马来人。你的祖先是汉奸。

          • Ang Tao Peng says:

            “The Malays in this blog have”

            What “Malays”?

            You mean you and your countless fraudulent nicks created by your tiny jinn schizo delusional head, don’t you?

            Just like that “million plus” bogus signatories to the kurang ajar biadap Kerala Kobra Koolie soiled Kelingnex ar sewipe Mugathir “Memali Massacre” McKutty’s “Save Malaysia for Mnangagwa Muthukhriz”!

          • Multiple nics “Ang Tiunama Peng” says:

            Name calling bastard Ang Tiunama Peng also uses the nic Heleng Ang above.

            He must have been rejected at Helen Ang’s blog for his name calling and foul language and vents his frustration.

            Multiple nics “Ang Tiunama Peng”

            This schizophrenic Red Bean old man calling himself Ang Tao Peng was caught commenting as Anonymous and was pointed out so. Since then he has tried to cover the multiple personality disorder aspect of his mental illness by accusing others of commenting under many nics.

            Mad as he is, he won’t accept, and pretends not to have read the periodic explanations that I usually blog as Anonymous here and elsewhere, but when others also comment as Anonymous, I use the nic “a” to differentiate the different personalities blogging at the time concerned.

            This mad bugger has been known as constantly lying , cheating and conning, as explained in his CV. That CV is reproduced as and when he blatantly lies, cheats and cons again.

            It’s blokes like this “Ang” bugger who bring down the image of the Chinese in this country.

            PS: He even agreed to his own comment, like he did on January 23, 2017 at 6:13 am and on January 23, 2017 at 9:33 am.

            “Ang” Blogging as Anonymous Again, the proof –

            Anonymous says:
            March 1, 2017 at 6:02 pm

            “thinking he has won any argument”
            “Must be the soothing voices in your tiny schizo head of your dear godfather Satan and his demons making you panic.

            “I don’t give a damn about “winning” or “not winning amu argument” against a piece of pig sh it!

            “What is so great about “winning” anything against a pig stupid and pig lazy Mugathir-bred rentseeker retard monkey?”

            The above are clearly mad old man “Ang Tiunama Peng’s words, written under another name.

            @@@
            ATTENTION, ATTENTION, ATTENTION!

            DAMN CLEAR PROOF THAT THE RED BEAN OLD MAN “ANG” IS USING MULTIPLE NICS. HE BLOGS AS ANONYMOUS ON March 1, 2017 at 6:02 pm.

            YET HE ACCUSES OTHERS OF DOING THAT. CLEAR PROOF THAT HE CONSTANTLY LIES, CHEATS AND CONS IN THIS BLOG.

            WHATEVER HE SAYS CANNOT BE BELIEVED.

        • Anonymous says:

          Once again, we have our fearless Bugis warrior exhorting the faithful to protect Palestine “even if our bodies are cut to pieces” just like he urged Umno members to defend Putrajaya “even if our bodies are crushed”.

          Israel must be cowering or laughing at this clown from the Far East. This is surely the stuff that dreams and Hindi movies are made of.

          What a pity his clarion call to arms was blown rather late; had it been earlier, Salman Khan could have used it in his latest hit, “Tiger Zinda Hai”.

          But Najib, your heroism seems limited to moments when you are away from MPs Tony Pua or Rafizi Ramli and only in front of a cast of paid supporters.

          Where is such bravery when it comes to answering questions about your involvement in 1MDB? How is it that when Nothing2Hide 1 and 2 were mooted, you fled from the scene?

          You keep repeating that Trump is your “good friend”. Has he returned the compliment? Did I say “Tiger Zinda Hai”? It should be “Chicken Zinda Hai”.

      • Anonymous says:

        Planted praise of Tun Mahathir in a World Bank report?

        Ang Tiunama Peng is mad. The write up on him being a mad person has been produced here.

  21. MCA often asks un-clever questions says:

    Why silent over Perkasa reps’ entry into Pakatan, MCA asks DAP
    Malay Mail Online

    No wonder they were given the Chinese Tsunami at Pru13.

    Likely to be worse at Pru14.

  22. Failed state says:

    Malaysia is not a failed state, insists Deputy Minister of International Trade and Industry Chua Tee Yong.

    Malaysia continued to posts trade surpluses every year since 1997, he added.

    “As such, I’m disappointed when the opposition says our government is failing or becoming a failed state as we continue to attract investments and post (positive) GDP.

    The fella doesn’t understand what a failed state is. It’s economic or political, as defined below, no wonder MCA is a failing political party, only 7 seats in Parliament –

    failed state | Definition of failed state in US English by Oxford dictionaries …
    https://en.oxforddictionaries.com/definition/us/failed_state

    a state whose political or economic system has become so weak that the government is no longer in control.

    Cambridge dictionary –

    a country whose government is considered to have failed at some of its basic responsibilities, for example keeping the legal system working correctly, and providing public services (= electricity, water, education, hospitals, etc.)

    Failed state | government | Britannica.com
    http://www.britannica.com/topic/failed-state

    The governing capacity of a failed state is attenuated such that it is unable to fulfill the administrative and organizational tasks required to control people and resources and can provide only minimal public services.

    A failed state is composed of feeble and flawed institutions. Often, the executive barely functions, while the legislature, judiciary, bureaucracy, and armed forces have lost their capacity and professional independence.

  23. Failed state says:

    Malaysia is not a failed state, insists Deputy Minister of International Trade and Industry Chua Tee Yong.

    Malaysia continued to posts trade surpluses every year since 1997, he added.

    “As such, I’m disappointed when the opposition says our government is failing or becoming a failed state as we continue to attract investments and post (positive) GDP.

    The fella doesn’t understand what a failed state is. It’s economic or political, as defined below, no wonder MCA is a failing political party, only 7 seats in Parliament –

    failed state | Definition of failed state in US English by Oxford dictionaries …
    en.oxforddictionaries.com/definition/us/failed_state

    a state whose political or economic system has become so weak that the government is no longer in control.

    Cambridge dictionary –

    a country whose government is considered to have failed at some of its basic responsibilities, for example keeping the legal system working correctly, and providing public services (= electricity, water, education, hospitals, etc.)

    Failed state | government | Britannica.com
    http://www.britannica.com/topic/failed-state

    The governing capacity of a failed state is attenuated such that it is unable to fulfill the administrative and organizational tasks required to control people and resources and can provide only minimal public services.

    A failed state is composed of feeble and flawed institutions. Often, the executive barely functions, while the legislature, judiciary, bureaucracy, and armed forces have lost their capacity and professional independence.

    • Ang Tao Peng says:

      Your borrowed definition contradicts your shagging off about “failed state” and all!

      It is well and good if you need to appear “eloquent” digging up some text and padding your usual hollow frothing at the snout, but it makes a complete ar se of yourself if you hardly understand what you use in substitution for your gross lack of ability.

      Please make sure you fully understand what you lifted out of a dictionary first before you go on to make a damn ignorant and illiterate Kerala bukit niggah ar se of yourself, thank you!

      • Madman “Ang Tiunama Peng” says:

        You not only make a complete arse of yourself, you also put your head in your assol for just name calling and not arguing what the MCA Dep Minsiter said against the definitions above.

        Or put out definitions that you think fit. But then, you are a madman –

        • Madman “Ang Tiunama Peng” says:

          Ang Tao Peng is a mad person. Diagnosed having schizophrenia.

          Despite being periodically reminded to take his pills, he refused to do so. His abuses here must be disabused by responding to his comment each and every time he shows up. So that the non-regular visitors know the comments come from a madman and are not to be believed.

          His most obvious schizophrenia symptom is delusions of grandeur. Deluding himself into thinking and claiming he is very clever, very rich, etc, which he is not:

          1. Claimed to have degrees from “four top US and UK universities” and a string of professional qualifications and awards. When asked, he refused to say even the names of the universities. When told he’d be checked against the Register of graduates of Oxford or Cambridge Universities, he quickly said the name he uses here (made to look like a genuine, full name) is not his own.

          2. Claimed to have “posh” properties in UK, Singapore and Indonesia. Claimed that his family have migrated to Europe bringing their wealth along. Yet admitted he is living in a far-flung, non-commercial or regional centre – Sibu, Sarawak

          3. Claimed to “belong to a family of bankers and industrialists” but refused to say whether from Shanghai or where, yet he is living in non-industrial Sarawak

          4. Claimed to have many friends. But admitted in here last Chinese New Year eve that he went out to buy fried kuayteow for dinner, eating alone and desolate, on a CNY eve

          Other examples showing that he is mad:

          1. Always rude, abusive and vulgar in his comments. In the process, he constantly lies, cheats and cons readers here

          2. Always puts out loose opinions, makes unsubstantiated, unjustified and not-even-explained wild claims and allegations

          3. Often racist, seditious and subversive. Anti-Malays, anti-Islam, even anti-Hakkas and anti-Hokkiens. To the extent that Mubarak Chan has noted an observation that Ang is not a Chinaman

          4. Keeps talking about the existence of a “moderator” in a non-moderated blog like STL where anyone can write a comment, click the “Post Comment” button and it’ll automatically appear on the blog page without a moderator making it so

          5. At 79 years old, mad Ang often behaves like a child. Always name calling and saying such things as DAP = Dead And Past party, DAP = Duplicitous Amoral Party, DAP = Desperate And Panicky party, etc. That’s another sign that he is mad.

  24. Hadi "suffering from DAP-phobia" says:

    “In fact, for DAP leaders to become the prime minister if the opposition front wins the 14th general election (GE14) goes against the reality in Malaysia, where the concept of an Islamic country means Islam must be in power..”, said Hadi – malaysiakini.com

    Not just DAP-phobia, also “RM90 million” euphoria.

  25. Name Calling & Foul Language “Ang Tiunama Peng” says:

    Name Calling & Foul Language “Ang Tiunama Peng”,

    Will you stop name calling and using foul language in your comments.

    And blog with decorum and decency.

    Be civilized, will you.

    • Name Calling & Foul Language “Ang Tiunama Peng” says:

      If you stop, others will, too.

      I guarantee you.

      No fun reading comments with your endless name calling and foul language.

      No benefit at all. No contribution to the blog, albeit to society in this country.

      You cannot get your message across to readers when you engage in name calling and foul language.

  26. Anonymous says:

    Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau broke ethics rules when he and his family holidayed at the private island of billionaire philanthropist and spiritual leader Aga Khan, Canada’s ethics watchdog ruled yesterday.

    The breach is the first ever by a sitting Canadian prime minister, but carries with it no sanctions.

    In a statement, Ethics Commissioner Mary Dawson said Trudeau’s post-Christmas family holiday last year contravened the Conflict of Interest Act.

    A March 2016 trip to Bells Cay taken by members of his family also created a predicament for the prime minister, she said.

  27. Desperate Najib says:

    Worst fears about EC redelineation may not come to pass, says analyst

    The worst instances of gerrymandering and malapportionment under the Election Commission’s redelineation exercise may not materialise, according to Penang Institute fellow Wong Chin Huat.

    He said such manipulations are a “double-edged sword,” and would not necessarily be in the EC’s final proposal. malaysiakini.com

    But don’t speak too soon. Remember that Najib is desperate to win, if not, he’d be brought to court and prosecuted by the new government on 1MDB, and possibly imprisoned.

    He’d do anything to win. When panicky, you’ll never know what he’ll do.

    But if the majority of the Malays are fed up with GST and unending price increases, especially the low income in the kampongs and the towns, good bye to Najib at Pru14.

  28. Anonymous says:

    Kelantan Deputy Menteri Besar Mohd Amar Nik Abdullah has admitted that Kelantan is lagging behind other states in development, but said it is deliberate.

    This so that its people do not get “left behind,” according to him.

    “We admit that our (the state’s) physical development is slow. But it is on purpose to ensure the rakyat can enjoy the development.”

    Its a good piece of clarification from Kelantan DMP which the people didn’t know all this while. People were blaming UMNO but actually its the Pas government that didn’t want development according this pea brain Mohd Amar.

    When the Kelantanese were forced to look for jobs in other states, the so called “local” also cannot be seen in Kelantan. On the other hand, when the other states are developing to catch up with the world, Kelantan’s slow pace is as good as going backward.

    This is real Taliban mentality that will bring Kelantan back to the stone age!! This is proof that under an extremist PAS you will only see the development & advancement of Hudud,their sole & only priority for PAS & their followers to “enjoy” while economic progress & technological advancement are not essential for development of the people & state.This is further proof that under these PAS bigots, Msia will be rule similar to those extremist Muslim countries: like Acheh, Afghanistan, Somalia, Bangladesh, Yemen, Pakistan where their hudud laws reign supreme, while development, economic progress & the advancement of science & technology are “DELEBERATELLY” suppreseed & DONE ON PURPOSE so that the Muslim people do not get “left behind,” and to ensure the rakyat can “ENJOY” the slow (or rather NO DEVELOPMENT!!) according to him. BRAVO, BRAVO…..SIMPLY BRILLIANT!! Now you know why the $Ringgit is plunging, debts are piling & the economy, education & quality of life is deteriorating?

    • Najib & PAS Hudud says:

      The danger is that Najib may be persuaded to implement PAS Hudud in some form. His 1MDB mentality does not preclude that.

      On that score alone, Najib should not be voted in again at Pru14. Even among Muslims, many do not agree with PAS Hudud. The Islamic law that has not much details given in the Quran and PAS Hudud is that where the details are drafted by PAS.

      Of course, 1MDB, GST, endless increases in the prices of goods in this country are the other serious considerations against voting in Najib again.

      • Malaysia November retail inflation up on costlier food, fuel says:

        The consumer price index – Malaysia’s main gauge of inflation – rose 3.4% in November from a year earlier, according to a statement from the Department of Statistics. That compares to a median 3.3% increase predicted in a Nikkei Markets poll, and the reading lagged October’s 3.7% year-on-year gain.

        “We believe core inflation is likely to inch up further in the coming months.”

  29. Anonymous says:

    Preferential access to government contracts has failed its objective of grooming Malay businesses and even stifled the process in some ways, a study has shown.

    The report by Lee Hwok-Aun from ISEAS — Yusof Ishak Institute titled “Malaysia’s Bumiputera preferential regime and transformation agenda: Modified programmes, unchanged system” said that 75 per cent of Bumiputera contractors licensed under the Finance Ministry were in the smallest G1 class (formerly F) reserved for the ethnic group.

    Those in the G1 category need only have RM5,000 minimum paid-up capital and are eligible for projects below RM200,000 in value. Out of 41,000 such contractors accredited by the ministry, 94 per cent were Bumiputera.

    In contrast to the construction industry as a whole, only 44 per cent of contractors in the Construction Industry Development Board’s (CIDB) registry were at the G1 level. Only 47 out of 29,000, or 0.2 per cent, of class F contractors had upgraded to a higher class.

    “Bumiputera contractors’ political partisanship is marked; the Malay Contractors Association is formally aligned with the ruling Barisan Nasional (BN) coalition.

    “Umno connections have been intertwined with the contracting system, although recent changes — particularly, e-procurement, competitive tenders, and balloting for small contracts — have brought more integrity and transparency to the system,” said Lee’s study.

    According to Lee, the number of contractors swelled from about 2,000 in 1972 to 41,000 by 2010. A total of 6,500 and 8,200 class F contractors were registered in 2002 and 2003, respectively, in response to government allocations of small projects in parliamentary constituencies.

    Citing CIDB data, Lee’s study found that government construction projects awarded to local contractors amounted to RM23.8 billion in 2015 and RM41.4 billion in 2016.

    “This scale of disbursements affords the state considerable leverage for enterprise development. However, public procurement has lacked attention to dynamic reforms or equitable distribution,” said the report.

    Lee’s study said small and medium enterprises (SMEs) contributed around 30 per cent of Malaysia’s economy; Bumiputera SMEs contributed 13 per cent. The government has targeted an increase to 20 per cent in 2020.

    By 2015, Bumiputera SMEs only comprised 38 per cent, or 247,900 out of 645,100 SMEs. Among these, 88 per cent were classified as micro, 11 per cent small and only 1 per cent medium. This was in contrast to 70 per cent, 26 per cent and 4 per cent of non-Bumiputera SMEs.

    Bumiputera-controlled companies comprised a quarter of the 800,000 registered companies in Malaysia, according to Lee’s report.

    Lee’s study noted that various programmes promoted Bumiputera micro and small business, such as those by government agency MARA that mostly provide training and funding.

    “MARA’s Strategic Transformation 2011–2020 aspires to take enterprise development to the next level, beyond dispensing opportunity and funding. However, the extent that this spurs capability and competitiveness remains to be seen,” said Lee’s report.

    “Perbadanan Usahawan Nasional Berhad provides SME support to a large pool, but evidence suggests a considerable distance to go in cultivating truly dynamic enterprise.”

    Government agency Tekun disbursed RM4.29 billion in financing to 473,982 entrepreneurs from 1992 to mid-2016, according to the report.

    “However, there is limited evidence of beneficiaries being induced towards higher competitiveness. Tekun is also mired in heavy losses and debt, with a former CEO on trial for corruption.

    “On the whole, SME support through these channels is not as impactful as desired, with substantial scope for building capability through selection and monitoring processes,” said the report.

    Lee observed that although there has been more effort in building capability and competitiveness of Bumiputera firms in recent years, the shift was not systematically integrated into various interventions granting preferential access to funding and contracts.

    “Emphatically, the scope and scale of regime-wide reform demands implementation of sufficient magnitude and authority. Teraju has been designated this role, but is under-resourced, and lacks authority to replicate success, overhaul underperformance and overcome territorialism,” said the report, noting that various public bodies implementing Bumiputera empowerment generally operated in isolation.

    “Political and bureaucratic resistance persists towards incorporating more merit-based selection, rolling back preference and replicating merit-enhanced selection. Nonetheless, empowered Bumiputera elites and competitive firms are positioned to demonstrate, visibly and constructively, graduation from preferential treatment.”

    • 8 Malays among Malaysia’s 50 Richest says:

      What “failed its objective of grooming Malay businesses” the Spore bloke Lee Hwok-Aun from ISEAS Yusof Ishak Institute is talking about?

      He doesn’t read the Forbes report stating that among Malaysia’s 50 Richest are 8 Malays?
      http://www.forbes.com/malaysia-billionaires/list/2/#tab:overall – Oct 2016

      He thinks that the Malays with absolutely no culture of doing business (no weights and measures, not using prices, no profit taking in their “budaya berdagang”) can be at par with the Chinese in no time?

      He forgot that China, a huge country with the largest population on earth and the Chinese being inventors of weighing scales etc, had miserable economic situation for thousands of years until it attracted communism. And communist Mao Zedong’s economic policies left China being treated like pariahs by the West until only 2-3 decades ago.

    • 8 Malays among Malaysia’s 50 Richest says:

      What “incorporating more merit-based selection, rolling back preference and replicating merit-enhanced selection” is the fellow talking about?

      A Singaporean has no clue about the need for re-structuring the wealth of this country where the 60% Malays and Bumiputeras owned only 23% of corporate wealth = and that was calculated during Tun Mahathir’s time (don’t know what % is left now), and only in the corporate wealth sector, no mention about other sectors of the economy, like residential and commercial properties – the Golden Triangle is almost wholly non-Malay owned.

      And he thinks “incorporating more merit-based selection, rolling back preference and replicating merit-enhanced selection” will lead to a relatively early achievement of the desired distribution of wealth among the major races in this country?

      The Malays and the Bumiputeras don’t want to wait thousands of years to achieve parity, like the the Chinese in mainland China did and got to become the 2nd largest economy in the world only 2-3 decades ago.

      Affirmative action has to stay, less merit-based selection whatever. A government that doesn’t do so will be thrown out at the general elections.

      There should be 30 Malays and Bumiputeras among the 50 richest in this country.

  30. RM160 billion ‘missing’ from BNM reserves says:

    PPBM lodges report on RM160 billion ‘missing’ from BNM reserves
    http://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/nation/2017/12/20/ppbm-lodges-report-on-rm160-billion-missing-from-bnm-reserves/

    BN strategic communications (whatever that means) team said it was a waste of time. Stupid. The publicity alone was worth many thousand votes.

    Its deputy director Eric See-To said the allegation, initially made by PPBM chairman Dr Mahathir Mohamad, was “ridiculous”. See-To can’t even see that the RCI on BNM forex losses 30 years ago was treble ridiculous.

    Not giving any valid argument. Saying “.. if it was true that such a staggering amount was lost by BNM due to wrongdoing, this will be big international news.” WTF. No fact. Just deduction.

    The PPBM leader said, “We discovered during our check that since 2009, the highest international reserves achieved by BNM was on Jan 31, 2013, when they reached RM588.8 billion.

    “However, the amount fell drastically to RM427.98 billion by Nov 30, 2017. That is a drop of RM160.86 billion,” he had said.

  31. Anonymous says:

    Who says Lim Sian See is good at explaining away criticisms against Najib?

    In a Malay Mail news report, he said “In fact, the loan from China for ECRL is protected from such foreign exchange rates (increases).

    Nothing said what the “protection” was. No explanation, only a mere claim.

    And the publisher happily wrote below the report “* This is the personal opinion of the writer or publication and does not necessarily represent the views of Malay Mail Online.”

    What’s happening to BN supporters and media practitioners?

    • Anonymous says:

      Although she is from a Muslim family, Indonesian pop star Anggun (pic) was sent by her father to a Catholic school in elementary, and would go on later in life to perform several times in the Vatican’s annual “Concerto di Natale,” or Christmas concert—her latest appearance being in 2016.

      She added: “My father thinks that religion and belief are important. But, you don’t always have to believe in one thing, right? If you want to choose one, good for you; if not, that’s fine, as well. Your belief doesn’t determine whether you’re a good person or not—your behavior does.” – The Jakarta Post/Asia News Network

      Read more at https://www.thestar.com.my/news/regional/2017/12/25/anggun-a-muslim-has-serenaded-three-popes/#uDzGMVHFzlBarUj6.99

  32. Anonymous says:

    Is it wrong to say that triads and gangsterism like in the news below never existed until the pendatangs came to this country? More importantly, how can they be eradicated?

    Triad war caused the recent murder of a man at a petrol station in Johor Bahru, said Ahmad Zahid Hamidi.

    the deceased, known as Ah Chiu, is believed to be the leader of an underworld organisation.

    “Police have zeroed in on the reason and have identified the four assailants. A manhunt has been launched to nab the suspects,” Zahid was quoted saying.

    According to Zahid, the cops are in the midst of determining the areas in which the two warring triads are operating and whether they are competing for business or territory. The police are also on the lookout for retaliatory attacks by the victim’s gang, he added.

    Earlier, The Star also reported that the 44-year-old victim may have been the target of bounty hunters.

    The report, quoting Chinese media reports, said that there was a price of RM23,888 for information on Ah Chiu, and a reward of RM32,888 to bring him in.

    Police are now on the hunt for the four men in a white BMW, bearing the fake number plate WB79L, seen at the scene of the attack at a petrol station along Jalan Sri Pelangi in Johor Bahru, about 7.30pm on Sunday.

    So much Police manpower, time and money has been consumed every day for keeping the peace against these thugs and goons.

    • Helen Ang says:

      Gangsterism 在这里开始自从你老妈来到马来亚半岛。

      • 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.

        • Helen Ang says:

          没教养的仆街汉奸!去死吧你。

          • 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.

      • AK47 says:

        Not about China bukit story. But very sure about bugis kissing xi jinping’s jari kaki.

        Cina bukit or not, China is the richest country on the planet now.
        No need to give a damn to some melayu celup who is extremely jealous and sore about Cina and China’s success.

        • Anonymous says:

          You may need to aim your AK47 on yourself.

          You don’t even know that China is only the 2nd largest economy in the world.

          But why over-praise China – you a a commie Chinese citizen, issit?

          Angry on quotations from history books, etc, arr?

          If Malaysian, be loyal to the country, lorr. Respect and abide by the constitution fully and no need to feel bad about people saying so and quoting from professors of history against those who don’t.

          • AK47 says:

            I am China first, Malaysia 2nd.
            Any problem?

          • Anonymous says:

            Big problem. This is Malaysia, not China.

            Those not loyal to this country should migrate to countries where their loyalty lies.

            If you have an AK47, the Police will hunt you. Dare to surrender?

          • AK47 says:

            Big problem? Thats you problem. Not my problem.

            China 1st. Malaysia 2nd.

          • Anonymous says:

            You a Chinese school drop out?

            Not knowing your attitude is the problem of the majority of Malaysians?

            Ever heard of the word “Loyalty”? Or “patriotism”?

            Or “gratitude” for having your citizenship right agreed to by the Malays at Merdeka?

          • AK47 says:

            ” Not knowing your attitude is the problem of the majority of Malaysians? ”

            Is that so? Who cares…

          • Be loyal to Malaysia says:

            You said you don’t care. But you take the time to reply. That shows you care what’s said about you and to you.

            I will comment on what you say every time you come in. I have all the time to do so. My purpose will be to make you realize that –

            – those taking Malaysian citizenship must be loyal to this country. They cannot just have “free lunch” every day – to use the words some of you use in blogosphere

            – the mark of loyalty is to respect and abide fully by the Constitution of the country. It’s the highest set of laws in the country, all other laws emanate from that

            – you may have attended school earlier than the time when History was made compulsory (no pass, no certificate, like for Bahasa Malaysia). If so, learn the history of this country as that will help you to understand. respect and abide by the Constitution

            – those who say China first, Malaysia second need to think again and change their attitude. If they persist in having that attitude, it’s recommended that they migrate to China as they would feel less aggrieved and frustrated in having to tolerate so many things they don’t like in Malaysia with a Constitution that was drafted by the British to cater to the interests of the majority of the population and also the minority who benefit from the citizenship right that is stated in the Constitution.

            You may say you don’t even read the above advice. But so long as you come in even writing a few words, readers here will know that you read it. In any case, the advice is not just for you; it’s also for others who think like you.

          • Be loyal to Malaysia says:

            Using the blogging name AK47, you sound militant and extremist.

            Remember, all militants and extremists are hounded by the Police, they arrested 20 in the news report 1-2 days ago. So, be advised not to have a militant or extremist attitude.

            Saying China first, Malaysia second, are you a Commie Chinese Secret Agent Provocateur? If so, cease from being one as you’d be caught one day – our Malaysian Police are efficient, having got the legacy of the British colonialists in dealing with the subversive acts of the Malayan Communist Party until their members were chased away to the Betong salient on the Thai side of the border and the MCP is now defunct.

            Do live the life of a normal Malaysian citizen. Do your daily chores and express your views in a normal, reasonable way. Be guided by the Constitution always. And you’ll have a peaceful life, unhindered by law enforces, I assure you.

        • Anonymous says:

          No love lost with communist China.

          Mao Zedong tried to get this country under the suzerainty of communist China through communst terrorist Chin Peng and the Malayan Communist Party. Gave full support – materials, weapons, money, propaganda beamed over clandestine commie radio and pamphlets.

          This country suffered as a result of those. Tiada maaf bagi nya.

          Note that China has not renounced communism until now.

  33. BERSATU gesa siasat RCI Forex bawah Akta Hasutan says:

    BERSATU gesa siasat RCI Forex bawah Akta Hasutan
    Malaysiakini (caruman)

    Sokong gesaan Bersattu itu.

    Walau pun tak akan di lakukan dek Najib, teruskan dan ulangkan gesaan itu bertalu talu. Supaya pengundi sedar bahawa RCI itu menghasut dan salah di bawah Akta Hasutan.

  34. suit to declare report by the RCI on BNM’s forex losses as null and void says:

    Tun Dr Mahathir has filed a suit to declare the report by the Royal Commission of Inquiry (RCI) on Bank Negara Malaysia’s forex trading losses as null and void as it excludes legal documents of witnesses and notes of proceedings.

    The former prime minister, in his originating summons filed in the High Court Registry here, said oral evidence by witnesses, in the form of a written transcript or video recording, was not attached in the report.

    He said the report also failed to include written submissions and legal authorities submitted by lawyers after the hearing.

    Mahathir, who named the five-man RCI members, Prime Minister Najib, the cabinet and the government as defendants, said they were made parties for their failure or omission to include the documents in the report.

    Lawyer Mohamed Haniff Khatri Abdulla, who represented Mahathir in the hearing, had earlier this month said documents like “talking points” during the inquiry, written submissions by his client, together with case laws in support of their argument and the entire RCI notes of proceedings, were not there.

    He said all these documents must be in the report for readers to analyse the RCI’s findings and make their own conclusions.

    He had written a letter to tribunal secretary Yusof Ismail on Dec 4 to include 495 pages of Mahathir’s legal documents and transcript of the hearing in both English and Bahasa Malaysia by Dec 8.

    Haniff had said any further printing and circulation of the report should cease until the matter was rectified.

  35. IPIC v 1MDB: A mind-boggling settlement says:

    The relationship between IPIC and IMDB commenced in 2012. It all started when IPIC guaranteed two bonds for 1MDB to raise funds for the purchase of power generation assets.

    It is fascinating to note that despite not being named as a party to the arbitration proceedings, the agreement of settlement also involved the Minister of Finance (Inc) of Malaysia (MOF). Under the terms of the said settlement, apart from 1MDB, the MOF also undertook to IPIC to assume full responsibility for all future interests and principal payments under the two bonds issued by the 1MDB group companies that are guaranteed by 1MDB and IPIC.

    .. the purported settlement plainly reflected a mind-boggling one, viewed from any perspective.

    According to a New Straits Times report dated Aug 1, 2016, Second Finance Minister Johari Abdul Ghani was reported to have said that 1MDB would fight the case and would never settle.

    He further said: “We want to see them in court. Let the arbitrator see our documents.”

    He also reiterated that “all of our investments are guaranteed by IPIC. We want to fight this case and we want to win. Based on the documents 1MDB forwarded to us, I am very confident of a positive outcome. We are taking the position that we are not paying the interest. We should not pay and we must win this case.”

    But that was in 2016. In 2017, the government seemed to make a huge and drastic U-turn. Although it was previously confident of winning the case, 1MDB suddenly agreed to settle the dispute. And, in fact, it paid the first payment in the sum of US$ 602.725 million to IPIC sometime in August this year as part of the terms of settlement.

    Yesterday, it was reported that the second payment of US$ 602 million could be paid to IPIC by the end of this year.

    What brought IPIC and 1MDB to the arbitration in London? To recap, according to the same minister, “the dispute is about IPIC not acknowledging the British Virgin Islands-registered (BVI) Aabar Investments PJS Ltd, as its entity within its group.”

    It was also reported that 1MDB had sent a total of US$3.5 billion to Aabar BVI. All in, the 1MDB transfers to Aabar included about US$ 1.4 billion from a privately placed bond that Goldman Sachs raised in 2012. The 1MDB fund also made payment of US$855 million, US$933 million and US$295 million as security deposits and other guarantees for the bond to the BVI firm.

    The minister confidently stated that as far as the ministry was concerned, and based on the records available in the ministry, BVI-registered Aabar Investment belonged to IPIC. According to him, the directors of the companies were both the senior officials of IPIC. Nevertheless, IPIC suddenly took a different position by denying that the said company was one of its own subsidiaries.

    I am of the view that there was a strong likelihood the minister might have given an honest statement. Assuming that he was right, it was clearly neither wise nor proper for IMDB to amicably settle this matter, let alone settle it on such unfavourable terms. It raises a lot of questions as to why 1MDB as well as the finance ministry had no qualms whatsoever in settling the arbitral dispute on such glaringly unfavourable terms.

    If what was said by the minister was completely true, the ministry and 1MDB respectively should have never agreed to reach any settlement. On the contrary, both should have fought or litigated the case to the hilt. Apparently, 1MDB had a good case and meritorious defence.

    With such a questionable and mind-boggling settlement, I sincerely believe that both the prime minister and 1MDB owe the people reasonable and convincing explanations to the following legitimate questions:

    a. Why did 1MDB as well as MOF agree to reach an amicable settlement with such dubious terms?

    b. What really prompted the government to switch its legal position from robustly contesting the arbitral dispute with IPIC to conceding on such disadvantageous terms?

    c. If it is true that 1MDB had duly paid Aabar Investment Ltd BVI prior to this, and the minister was so confident that such a payment was made in good faith to IPIC’s own subsidiary, what would have hindered 1MDB from bringing the real culprits into the suit by making them either third parties or co-defendants?

    d. What happened to the purported payment of US$3.5 billion? What has the government done to recover the said sum of money?

    We are awaiting your convincing replies, Mr Prime Minister.

    Mohamed Hanipa Maidin, Sepang MP.

  36. Umno-PAS GE14 alliance unlikely: Analysts says:

    Another Umno-PAS event, but GE14 alliance unlikely

    Extracts from Malay Mail report –

    .. political analysts said that while Najib and Hadi’s joint appearances symbolise the symbiotic relationship between the Malay-Muslim parties that are otherwise traditional rivals, their alliance may not necessarily extend to electoral cooperation in the 14th general election.

    “Najib-Hadi alliance has evolved but Umno would be hardpressed to share seats with PAS. Umno cannot afford to lose any seats,” independent analyst Khoo Kay Peng told Malay Mail.

    Centre for Policy Initiatives director Lim Teck Ghee said Amanah has already expressed its criticism against the rally and will be snubbing it, although it is sending a representative to join a forum on the issue prior to the rally.

    “Two questions arise from this in relation to the election. First is the extent to which an increasingly astute and critical Malay electorate can be persuaded that both parties (Umno and PAS) are honourable and trustworthy in advancing the Malay agenda or simply playing them out again.

    • ‘An Umno-PAS deal is bad for everyone’ - academic says:

      ‘An Umno-PAS deal is bad for everyone’

      Extracts from freemalaysiatoday.com –

      An academic at the National University of Singapore has added his voice to a warning of dire consequences for Malaysians in the event of a Barisan Nasional election victory that is attributable to Umno’s collaboration with PAS.

      Syed Farid Alatas, a professor of sociology, told FMT it would be wrong to think that only non-Muslims and liberal Muslims would suffer.

      A PAS-Umno arrangement would be a problem for the whole country, he said, alleging that problems related to the corruption and the administration of justice would remain unsettled.

      Referring to a discussion of the issue in the East Asia Forum, he said: “It is wrong to assume that this is a Muslim and non-Muslim issue or a secular-liberal versus extremist Muslim issue.”

      He said many of the problems the country was facing affected every section of Malaysian society, “whether you are a so-called liberal, extremist, Christian, Buddhist or Hindu.”

      A recent East Asia Forum article said the rule of Barisan Nasional looked set to continue for many years if the Umno-PAS arrangement worked. It said this would be bad news for non-Muslims and liberal Muslims because Umno would have to bend to the Islamist party’s demands.

      Alatas noted that some Malaysians had been criticising the Umno-led BN for alleged lack of rigour in fighting corruption and others had been complaining about the political use of Islam by both Umno and PAS.

  37. Anonymous says:

    I missed reading the following in a past New York Times report which other readers here may also have missed –

    Mahathir Mohamad, a former prime minister .. is the chief architect of a political insurgency aiming to oust the man he helped put into office six years ago, Prime Minister Najib Razak.

    Having lost none of the combativeness honed during more than two decades in power, Mr. Mahathir is pressing allegations of malfeasance in a sovereign wealth fund, criticizing the “lavish” lifestyle of the prime minister’s wife, and has resurrected troubling questions about the murder of a Mongolian woman, the mistress of a former top aide to Mr. Najib.

    http://www.nytimes.com/2015/06/18/world/asia/malaysia-prime-minister-najib-razak-mahathir-mohamad.html

  38. A rally against Jerusalem move is not enough - Mahathir says:

    Holding rally to protest against Jerusalem move not enough, says Dr Mahathir

    Extracts from themalaysianinsight.com –

    Holding rally to protest against Jerusalem move is not enough, says Dr Mahathir.

    He added that Najib Razak should rescind a statement made when he visited Donald Trump in September, in which he had said the US’ enemies were also Malaysia’s enemies.

    Dr Mahathir has urged Najib’s administration to take more stern and “meaningful” action in protesting against the US decision to make Jerusalem the Israeli capital.

    “Opposition parties can only demonstrate. But governments can act meaningfully,” the former prime minister said on his blog, chedet.cc.

    “Umno’s demo together with PAS can be meaningful only if it results in the Barisan Nasional gvernment acting against President Donald Trump and the US,” he said.

    Trump’s announcement of the decision earlier this month has triggered worldwide protests.

    Jerusalem, a city holy to Judaism, Christianity and Islam, is at the centre of negotiations for a two-state solution between Israel and the Palestinians, who are claiming East Jerusalem as the capital of their future state.

    Dr Mahathir said, instead of just holding the rally, the Najib administration should emulate Turkey, which has expressed hope that it will soon be able to open an embassy to a Palestinian state in East Jerusalem, by setting up a Malaysian consulate accredited to the Palestinian government in the holy city.

    “The US regards Palestine as its enemy. Malaysia must assure the world that Palestine is not our enemy, that we are in favour of Jerusalem as the capital of Palestine ,” said Dr Mahathir.

    • Anonymous says:

      Ex-diplomat: Rally is good, but what happens after that?

      Former envoy Redzuan Kushairi says Putrajaya must review ties with US President Donald Trump and his administration.

      FMT.

    • Anonymous says:

      Jerusalem has been under the Jews even before the state of Palestine ever existed and still is. The Arabs thought they could make mincemeat of the Israelis but they learnt their hard lesson in the 7-day war when the Israelis invaded and completely defeated them within a span of seven days. So if Najib and Hishamuddin are so gung-ho in wanting to be chopped into a thousand pieces, they can have their wish come true by going ahead to engage the Israelis in a battle. But please, spare our young men and women of the armed forces who do not share your view. I believe there are enough volunteers from Umno and PAS who are willing to accept the challenge to fight the Israelis.

      • Anonymous says:

        So, you agree with the Zionists wanna make mincemeat of the Malaysians? What are you, a Zionist Jew?

        Only victors dictate and rule the world? No rule of law?

        Which country would you volunteer to fight for?

        The statement that Jerusalem has been under the Jews even before the state of Palestine is disputable. There have been distortion of facts in history. Even in modern history.

        Ever heard that The US Declaration of Independence was signed on August 2, not July 4, 1776″?

        On July 2, 1776, Congress approved Richard Lee’s recommendation for independence. On July 4, 1776, the Declaration was approved by John Hancock, President of Congress, who ordered that it be printed up on parchment for signatures. . A few who were not present then added their signatures later.

        • Be careful who you volunteer to fight for says:

          Malaysia Arrests 20 Over Suspected Terror Links
          Voice of America

          Terror-ists used to be communist terrorists. Propped up by communist China.

          Don’t ever volunteer to fight for terrorists. Any terrorists.

      • Anonymous says:

        The creation of once non-existent ties between Saudi Arabia and Israel has been widely reported, but never publicly confirmed by either government, ever since the Iran nuclear deal was signed by the U.S. and other key Western nations. There have been coy hints to be sure, like when Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu gave a halfhearted “no comment” to 60 Minutes reporter Leslie Stahl when she asked him last year if Israel had improved its relationship with Saudi Arabia as part of a coalition against Iran. And neither Israel nor Saudi Arabia has yet confirmed widespread reports in the Middle Eastern media that new Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman secretly visited Israel in September.
        In that context, General Eisenkot’s very public interview in a government sanctioned newspaper, (as all official newspapers are in Saudi Arabia), is a relatively massive public admission of allegiance between former sworn enemies. And the point of that admission is not to strike up the band for a rendition of Kumbaya, but to get that new coalition’s ducks in a row for the ever more inevitable direct war between Saudi Arabia and Iran.
        To be clear, it’s not a political hot potato for the Israeli government or Netanyahu if such an alliance becomes public. While some segments of the Israeli public rebuff political leaders who make peace process concessions to the Palestinians, peace deals or cooperation with Arab nations for mutual security reasons are welcome news in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem.
        It’s in the Arab nations where this is very dicey. That’s especially true in Saudi Arabia, the birthplace of extremist Islamic Wahabbism, where any acknowledgement of Israel’s legitimacy -let alone working with the country – can be met with massive and violent protest. The world saw that in stark terms when Muslim Brotherhood assassins murdered Egyptian President Anwar el-Sadat in 1981 in retaliation for the peace deal he signed with Israel two years earlier.
        But Crown Prince bin Salman apparently isn’t giving any quarter the extremist old guard. In addition to plowing ahead in his hawkish stance against Iran, he’s also cracking down on extremist clerics in the kingdom in a way no Saudi leader has ever even tried. At the same time, the prince has been promoting clerics who speak of tolerance for Judaism and Christianity. He’s taken away the religious police’s power to make arrests for “crimes” like immodesty. And, as has been reported most widely of all, he and the king have finally started to lift the nation’s ban on women driving.
        There is a method and a correlation to all of this. Bin Salman clearly understands that to fight Iran effectively and earn the crucial support he needs from the U.S. and Israel, he must present the world with a clear difference in culture and intentions than Iran. If the Saudis continue to abandon the long-running race to lead the world in Islamic extremist and violent piety and show a willingness to recognize and respect Israel, that will be a stark enough difference for anyone to notice. And there’s a time element here as both Saudi Arabia and Israel are clearly seeing the current Trump administration in Washington as at least a silent partner in all this. But they also know this can change, so the time to move is now.
        The priorities the Saudis are making make sense in the context of the more bitter and much longer-running Sunni-Shia war that’s been going in fits and starts since the year 632. Hatred for the U.S. and Israel may seem supreme in radical Islamist cultures, but the Sunni-Shia divide is worse and a lot older. And with the wars in Syria and Yemen showing no signs of slowing down, hostilities between the Sunni standard bearers in Riyadh and the Shia rulers in Tehran have never been more likely.
        In the past, Israel has always been a potential deal breaker for any coalition of Muslim countries engaged in an alliance with the U.S. Saddam Hussein, for example, tried to destroy the coalition against him in the first Gulf War by launching Scud missiles at Tel Aviv in 1991. That effort failed, but it was one of the most serious challenges to the war. The George H.W. Bush administration fought hard to keep Israel out of the war to preserve the loose Arab coalition against Iraq.
        Now, Saudi Arabia has gone many steps further than just hoping to keep Israel on the back burner. This newspaper interview is tantamount to openly flaunting a growing partnership against Iran.
        The Saudis, long the biggest bank in the Middle East and the controlling force behind OPEC, are making it clearer than ever that it’s okay to partner with Israel. On its face, that’s a peaceful and modernizing move. Hopefully, it will endure and yield dividends long beyond the current political climate.
        But as anyone who knows the history of the region will tell you, right now the growing ties between the Saudis and Israelis could be an ominous sign that war is coming.

        • Israeli Propaganda says:

          Mere speculation.

          And propaganda.

          Possible work of Israeli Intelligence Service, Mossad – their Propaganda or Dirty Tricks Department.

          To scare the Muslims the world over into not objecting to their existence and bullying the Arabs.

          And to weaken the Iranian resolve to obliterate them.

        • War mongering? says:

          ” ominous sign that war is coming.” In the Middle East.

          Top Marine Corps general: ‘There’s a war coming’
          Fox News etc

          “I hope I’m wrong, but there’s a war coming. You’re in a fight here, an informational fight, a political fight, by your presence.”

          – Gen. Robert Neller, U.S. Marine Corps commandant.

          The warnings came a day before Defense Secretary Jim Mattis told troops at Fort Bragg, N.C., that “storm clouds are gathering” over the Korean Peninsula.

          Sabre rattling to get the North Koreans be reasonable?

          But, if war breaks out, under whose armpit would Malaysia run to?

        • Anonymous says:

          Praying to the same God, yet quarrel over different approach to worship?

          • God is Great. says:

            The same the world over.

            Those praying to many gods, and those praying to no God, also quarrel among themselves. In China, in India, everywhere. In China at one time they followed three different religions all at the same time – Confucianism, Taoism and Buddhism.

            The Dalai Lama of Tibet suffered for a long time. He strongly believes good over evil. But evil exists in his own country, he lived abroad, in exile, many years.

            God is great, makes human beings got brains, often don’t think alike, and the manufacturers of weapons also exploit it because can sell new weapons after every war.

            Now North Korea makes nuclear weapons themselves. Don’t know how many gods they pray to. Or if they pray.

            At one time, the communists didn’t allow their people to pray. Maybe now still like that in some places.

          • Anonymous says:

            Watch ‘Ancient Aliens’ series on History channel – all Gods are actually ETs from outer space with advanced technologies.

    • Anonymous says:

      Analysts say that the recent covert ties between Israel and Saudi Arabia are due to a new regional paradigm.

      The covert ties between Israel and Saudi Arabia, based on an alliance against the “common threat” of Iran, are part of a new regional paradigm, analysts say.

      The inclusion of Israel as a potential partner reflects a break from the fragmented order in the Middle East, where since the early 2000s the United States has sought to create a hegemonic system to dominate West-friendly states, brought about by either elections or deposition.

      Saudi Arabia, capitalising on its religious standing in the Arab world, broke through the ranks to establish its own order, one that included seeking ties with Israel on the basis of land for peace.

      In tandem, it worked on the preservation of its Sunni identity and alliances to counterbalance Shia Iran’s influence.

      https://www.google.com/amp/www.aljazeera.com/amp/news/2017/11/covert-israeli-saudi-arabia-relations-171120142229835.html

      More likely to see Islamic civil war between Saudi’s Sunni vs Iran’s Shia? The civil war in Yemen will provide the spark to trigger the war?

      • Anonymous says:

        Shiahs comprise only 15% of the total Muslims of the world. They’d become very powerful if they get to be nuclear weapons. Frustrated by the US, of course. Supported by the Israel which Iran wants to contain re the Palestinian issue.

        Sunni Saudi leaders used to be held in reverence by Muslims all over the world. The highly revered and all-important Islamic heritage, the Kaaba, lies in Mecca. But with their coat-tailing US on Yeen etc in recent times, one wonders how many Muslims are now looking at them with slanted eyes. Association ith the Zionist Jews would make many even close their eyes to the Saudis in disgust.

        Civil wars? Been going in so many countries among so many factions, groups and clans, innit? Heck, the Ku Klux Klan has not ceased whacking the Blacks and non-whites in US. The reverse is also true. Other clans, elsewhere? No further elaboration is needed.

      • Anonymous says:

        It is not just the problem of a rising Iran. Other crucial factors need to be considered too, notably the impact of the new Trump administration in the United States and the broader trajectory of the Middle East in the wake of the Arab Spring and the horrific war in Syria.

        At first sight neither Saudi Arabia nor Israel should have any complaints about the new administration in Washington.

        Mr Trump in visits to both countries seems to have embraced their strategic outlook and he too is deeply sceptical about the nuclear agreement with Iran.

        He is lavishing Washington’s allies in the Gulf with new arms sales of ever more sophisticated weaponry.

        But empathy is one thing, practical strategy quite another. However welcome many of the president’s words may be in Israel and Saudi Arabia, both governments know that US policy seems adrift in the region.

        The US and its allies have been out-gunned and out-played in Syria by Russia and Iran.

        For all the talk the US has not yet put forward a credible and coherent policy for containing Iranian influence.

        No wonder the Saudi Crown Prince has decided that his country must be more active in its own interests. There is a sense in which both Israel and Saudi Arabia are adjusting to a waning of US influence in the region and the return of old actors like Russia.

        And there is something more fundamental too. Prince Mohammed is embarking on a dual strategy of trying to confront Iranian influence while also re-shaping and modernising the kingdom.

        The latter is in many ways a response to the upheavals of the Arab Spring and the threat of Islamist violence.

        Prince Mohammed appears to have determined that the region must change if it is to have any future. And change begins at home. Reform may be as important as containing Iran.

        A number of private discussions lead me to believe that this is something that Israel buys into too. They recognise that Prince Mohammed’s activism comes with many risks.

        But they have watched with horror from the sidelines of the war in Syria, not least at what some Israelis see as the “normalisation” of the use of chemical weapons ; this prompting a very limited response from the wider international community with Moscow actually lending its protection at the UN Security Council to its Syrian ally.

        Israelis see Syria as “a laboratory” of what could be the region’s future. Hence their willingness to stress the positives in what Prince Mohammed is trying to do.

        How far might this Israeli-Saudi dynamic go? Well that depends upon a lot of factors. Will Crown Prince Mohammed’s bold attempt to change Saudi Arabia’s course succeed? Might he over-reach in terms of Saudi Arabia’s effort to exert regional influence?

      • Anonymous says:

        China and Taiwan have been in a “non-explosive” civil war for ages.

      • Anonymous says:

        ‘Arabization’ of Malaysian religion, culture comes under spotlight
        The Japan Times

        The effect of the attempt to form a new grouping and Najib responding to Saudi Arab overtures?

  39. Mubarak Chan says:

    Ladies & Gentlemen. History is the finest arbiter of the Truth. In 1997, if the DPM had taken a holiday, he would have returned as the Honourable Prime Minister. One Easy Step. In 2008, if the 32 Aduns had been compromised before and not after the 12th GE, the Opposition would have been in Putrajaya. One Easy Step. In 2013, if the Opposition had declared a boycott of the 13th GE followed by a 100 day fast a’ la Gandhi, they would be in Power. One Easy Step. And in the 2018, 14th GE ? The Opposition is a non-starter (a word I learnt from that brilliant lady lawyer of Singapore). One Easy Step. History is the finest arbiter of the Truth !

  40. The Mahathir factor says:

    Extracts from article in FMT –

    Tunku Abdul Rahman expelled Mahathir from the party, and Najib Razak’s father, Abdul Razak, who then became prime minister, rescued Mahathir from the political wilderness.

    During his enforced sabbatical from politics, Mahathir wrote his book “The Malay Dilemma” and candidly outlined their shortcomings. He tried to help the Malays address their problems, and to balance the economic hardship and poverty faced by the community.

    Razak had introduced affirmative action policies, but the emerging Mahathir simply perfected them.

    Mahathir cemented his place in history as the champion of the Malays. As an “outsider”, he knew that behind his back, he was mocked for being of Indian blood. He was also aware that the massive Malay ego needed constant nursing. He knew that the Malays abhor criticism and suffered from the crab mentality.

    Mahathir massaged the Malay ego, and they gave him the licence to lord it over everyone, especially the non-Malays. Everywhere he went, especially in villages and towns, Malays flocked to meet him. This still happens today.

    The Malays who were young during Mahathir’s time are now in their twilight years. Many still remember his negative traits, just as they remember that he did some good, was able to “think big”, and dared to clip the wings of the royal families. Businessmen understood that nothing happened without political patronage.

    Today, the children of people who were teenagers in Mahathir’s time remember the grand projects, the highways, heavy industries like Proton, and skyscrapers dominating the Kuala Lumpur skyline. Those who benefited from the system got rich quick and never looked back.

    The grandchildren of the young adults of Mahathir’s time see Mahathir as the architect of modern Malaysia. Suria KLCC and the grand buildings in Putrajaya are a mecca for them. They identify the Twin Towers with Mahathir.

    The kampung folk with their Protons praise Mahathir for giving them access to car ownership, a means of transport and a form of recognition. The people of Langkawi praise him for putting the island on the world map, and they adore the giant eagle, another brainchild of Mahathir.

    Mahathir created the new party, Umno-Baru, in the constitutional crisis of 1988. Over the years, Umno-Baru became synonymous with Mahathir, and the party quietly dropped the “Baru” from Umno-Baru.

    Successive generations of Malays are beholden to Mahathir.

    Comment:

    Good chances of PH winning Pru14 because of the Mahathir factor. And Najb’s mess on 1MDB etc.

  41. Anonymous says:

    Najib terhutang budi dengan Isa Samad sehingga Najib tidak mampu memcat Isa Samad dalam skandal FGV?

    https://matumno2.blogspot.my/2017/06/apa-kaitan-tan-sri-isa-samad-dengan.html?m=1

  42. Anonymous says:

    ‘Merdeka! Dengan Darah!’: Fiery youths mark 71st API anniversary

    “Merdeka! Dengan Darah!” (Freedom! With Blood!) shouted a group of some 100 youths gathered along Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman today.

    Despite the nature of the chant, the youths decked out in traditional clothes were not baying for blood or violent revolution, but were instead commemorating 71 years since the birth of one of Malaysia’s most influential youth movements – Angkatan Pemuda Insaf or API.

    malaysiakini

    The Police should not allow anyone carrying banners or uttering the words ‘Merdeka! Dengan Darah!’

    Especially in multi-racial Malaysia.

    So as to avoid people associate blood with any public expression and obliterate any memory of 13 May.

    • Anonymous says:

      Since the Barisan Nasional (BN) formula was established in the early 70s we have gone through the Rukunegara, Vision 2020, Islam Hadhari, 1Malaysia and now we witness something new called TN50. While I can guarantee you that I am not an astrologer, I am very certain that under the same mould of ethnic politics, we will never achieve different results.

      Malaysia has no business entering the war in Yemen

      No nation today can dismiss diversity as a limitation. They do so at their own peril. Whatever may be our identity, the challenge for all of us is to sense the humanity in the other.

      It is only when we respond to this sense of humanity can we empower people to transcend narrow affiliations. Otherwise, it leads only to increasing polarisation as is so evident in our nation at all levels.

      Only as we frame diversity as our strength can all of us feel empowered. We are Malaysians first and everything else second. This is what gives the nation a sense of identity above race and religion and pulls together our creativeness towards achieving a common goal.

      Are any of us less human because we are black, brown, yellow or white in our features? Are we less human because we are Muslims, Christians, Hindus, Buddhists or communist? Despite all these, we share a common blood colour. This must be the humour god has injected into all who are able to look deeper.

      We in Malaysia are a race-based society. This is the fact and reality that surrounds us. We also have to accept the reality that and no amount of race-based parties in the government or opposition is going to bring us together.

      This political fragmentation is reflected in the present state of our society. It is insane for us to continue down the same road for another generation. When democracy is defined by numbers one of the quickest ways to champion a cause is to agitate issues relating to religion, race, colour or language.

      Bankrupt politicians who do not have a vision for humanity play this game because it provides short-term gains in terms of power while sacrificing long terms national building sustainability. The vast majority of us become victims of such endeavours. Such mediocre politicians then pontificate and preach virtues to the public at large. We lack quality leadership at the highest levels.

      We need leadership skills that can provide a vision and a sense of humanity that sees the poor in our nation as poor and not define them ethnically. In the globalised world of today, we need a vision that can aptly be framed from a view from the moon. Looking down at planet earth, we represent one earth, one god, one world and all of us are human beings.

      We have to inspire such a mindset that transcends identity issues related to race, religion, tribal loyalties, colour or class. If we are right and just by the poor and needy in our societies than we will also be just by everyone in our societies. The challenge is to bring about a change in our mindsets to one that is inclusive and empowering to all and in this context, if our goals are Vision 2020 or even the Rukunegara, these will work wonders.

      • Blame the bloody British colonialists? says:

        “We also have to accept the reality that and no amount of race-based parties in the government or opposition is going to bring us together.”

        So, how? Blame the bloody British colonialists? They allowed race-based parties be formed and nobody can change that in the foreseeable future.

        And there are fellows who don’t even respect the Constitution. Let alone feel a strong sense of loyalty and patriotism to this country. Unity can come out of that sense of loyalty and patriotism.

        Agree with you: The challenge is to bring about a change in our mindsets to one that is inclusive and empowering to all and in this context, if our goals are Vision 2020 or even the Rukunegara, these will work wonders.

        The question is: how to do it? Now that History is a compulsory subject in schools (no pass in History, no certificate), can hope for future generations to understand better our past and change their mindsets.

        I propose that understanding the Constitution be made a part of the History subject in schools. Having a healthy respect for the Constitution, can hope to get the kind of mindset you are talking about.

  43. Kalau takda angin, takkan ... says:

    A Selangor PAS leader has denied a report that a second wave of party defections involving a majority of its state elected representatives to Pakatan Harapan is expected to take place.

  44. Amanah to Najib: Rescind the RM10 billion Boeing orders says:

    “Now that Trump has decided to transfer the US embassy to Jerusalem, will Najib’s ‘over my dead body’ rhetoric in yesterday’s solidarity rally, warrant him to rescind the Malaysian orders of US$10 billion US airplanes, for a start?” Dzulkefly asked.

    At a rally for Jerusalem in Putrajaya yesterday, Najib had said he would not let Jerusalem become Israel’s capital, suggesting he was willing to sacrifice his life for the cause of the Palestinians.

    Dzulkefly added that Trump is keen on trade ties and wants to attract foreign investments from the affluent nations of the OIC.

    “Yet, the recent summit of the OIC did not at any point in time address the issue of applying economic pressure let alone consider economic or diplomatic boycott.

    “The OIC should undertake firm, creative and unconventional actions to teach Trump a lesson in international economics, diplomacy, decorum and the rule of law.”

    The former PAS man also reminded Najib and OIC leaders that the world already knew about Trump’s plans before he got elected last year.

    “Kindly be reminded that Trump in his election manifesto, had posited the transfer of the US embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, and this was reaffirmed by his vice-president Mike Pence in May 2017.”

    Dzulkefly urged the OIC to instead undertake firm, creative and unconventional actions to teach Trump a lesson in international economics, diplomacy, decorum and the rule of law.

    “But this is unlikely, with the likes of Saudi King Salman and his ambitious son, who are beefing the US economy with their US$7 billion purchase of ‘guided munitions’ to decimate Yemen and while imposing an economic boycott against Qatar.”

    • Anonymous says:

      Decimate Yemen?

      Muslim kill Muslim?

      Why no protest here?

      • Anonymous says:

        What protest you mean?

        Killing among people of the same religion has been going on for ages.

        After Martin Luther pinned his theses to a church door, unintentionally spawning a new wing of Christianity, it led to hundreds of years of on-and-off religious warfare between Christians, spilling each other’s blood … foreignpolicy.com/2016/06/14/if-islam-is-a-religion-of-violence-so-is-christianity/

        Note that there have been so many sects among Christians. The Methodists alone has some 120 sects. Now the Evangelicals have so many different churches. The killings in the US at one time not so long ago involved a religious Christian sect.

        The internet has many instances of killings among other religions.

        The issue must be: can there be no killings or wars in this world – religious, political, etc?

  45. Anonymous says:

    Anybody knows why, of late, there as been no comments at the once popular blogs like Rocky Bru and bigdogdotcom?

  46. Mubarak Chan says:

    Ladies & Gentlemen. The present cohort of Opposition parties is just a continuation of the Policy of wily Lee Kuan Yew who succeeded in stealing the Malaysian Chinese Political Space for 2 generations using his Singaporean Trojan Horse DAP. This effectively divided and split the Malaysian Chinese right down the middle by exploiting on the dissatisfaction of the recalcitrant Chinese school teachers, the Chinese media, journalists, academics, tycoons, swallows and ducks, bankers, small businesses, hawkers etc. to turn all the Malaysian Chinese into Political Eunuchs which prevented them from committing fully and meaningfully to our National Development and Progress in the National Interest. This is the fact. And sad to say there are sensible and loyal Malaysians who think otherwise and become the Opposition to carry on the wishes and desires of Lee Kuan Yew who concocted the anti-Constitution phrase, ‘ Malaysia for Malaysians’ after all communities had agreed to the Constitution many years before his appearance of Lee Kuan Yew in the corridors of the Dewan Rakyat. By supporting the DAP, these loyal and sensible Malaysians sub-consciously carry on the will and legacy of the wily Lee Kuan Yew. I wish these honourable folks had pondered on what they would be doing i.e. to further the interests of Lee Kuan Yew even though he is no longer amongst us. Not only that, through Bilahari Kausikan, a Singaporean elite, in a comment in October 2016, ‘DAP is irrelevant’, Singapore puts its first and last defence line on UMNO in ye olde KL. No longer the massive Batu Pahat-Muar Defence Line bolstered by the mighty Singapore military. This puts the Lee Kuan Yew Maginot Line thinking into obsolescence. On the one hand Singapore wants a strong and firm BN Government. On the other, the DAP and its cohorts are still barking up the Lee Kuan Yew tree of no return. Vote BN, folks ! It’s the best for the future for all and sundry, especially the Malaysian Chinese to grab back their stolen Malaysian Chinese Political Space, stolen from them for 2 generations !

    • Anonymous says:

      Satu lagi tipu helah BTN, khayalan JASA.

    • Anonymous says:

      Nothing wrong to emulate PAP or Singapore in order to get rid of corruption and to rescue our Ringgit.

      Merry Christmas!

      • Anonymous says:

        No hope of getting rid of corruption so long as Najib is in power. It’s too late, corruption is all over the place.

        With seleweng and songlap of 1MDB, the will to rid corruption in the country may not be there. Endless finger pointing. It may become endemic and systemic.

        Change the gomen, got chance to reduce corruption to a significant degree.

        • Chef Wan says:

          Ohhh yes i was approached both by Orang2 Umno mau pun opposition to go on their various campaign konon satu Kampong nanti dtg nak tengok CW. I said ” La siapa la saya ni hanya tukang masak bukan artist pun. Jika nak bertanding jadi PM tak pe la. Ini setakat nak perguna kan saya masa election ni tak payah la. Gajah dgn gajah nak berperang kita nak tersepit untuk apa? Politics can be such a filthy game. Hari ini org suka kita depa sanjung! Esok just look at Tun M tu apa yg mereka tak luta kan dia? Esok meninggal org tua tu tengok la they all will come back to mohon maaf dan pay their respect dan segalanya. Its too late. Off course masing2 dgn political diff mereka buy why so vicious with hatred dan vengence. I find such behaviour so disgusting. The hippocrisy in manusia ini. Some tak ada princip dah mcm lalang pun ya. So i rejected all offer as i am not into Politics either. I believed as Malaysian we all have the right to vote. Exercise that right wisely enough said! Hak itu no want can take from us. Tak kuasa nak main drama minggu ini pun atau melayan segala filthy game manusia ini. Be honest and do the right thing sudah lah for me. Allah will eventually help us to see everything. Saya percaya kuasa Allah. Sometime dia diam…nak tengok sejauh mana tupai2 itu boleh melompat. Tiba masanya akan jatuh ke bumi pun. Politician2 baik Menteri come and go these days. Nasib baik di pilih rakyat u up there la. Esok dah jatuh kebawah tiada siapa yg peduli kita di tepi jalan pun kemungkinan jadi. I used to see alot this particular x Minister of Tourism at many social events. Masa berjawatan punya la berlagak dan sombong. Tapi bila habis election masing2 kena gulung tikar bantal. Pi function terkebil kebil duduk2 one corner siapa pun tak layan. Some of the people i met siap kata lagi.. Tu besar Cilaka yr x Minister of Tourism tu! Saya terkejut who is he talking about ni? Sekali pusing baru nampak si mangkuk berhayun ini!🤣🤣 People just snub and ignore him? Hati saya kata la…kesian and i went over to talked to him lagi! Kesian..Allah bayar cash!

      • Mubarak Chan says:

        Anonymous. As long as there are GLCs in Singapore, there will be nepotism or corruption. Up to 2016, 5,000 pigs were imported daily into Singapore of which 2,000 pigs came from a sibling’s pig farm on Batam Island. In 2016, another 2,000 pigs were permitted to be imported into Singapore. And then, the sibling had flower nurseries and a share-broking firm in a place where the biggest market is the Government.

        • Anonymous says:

          Salivate at Pork Murtabak?

          • Mubarak Chan says:

            Anonymous. You salivate at SHIT ! Foul mouthed. Gerakan will fall and waste its money on you, STUPID. A coward hiding behind a fake name. Come out into the open and show your ASS TICKLED PINK. ! Salivating to angkat LEE KUAN YEW will get you nowhere ! COWARD. Do not be insulting and personal, DIRTY COWAED PIG from the sub-continent.

  47. Anonymous says:

    India’s National Investigation Agency (NIA) will issue a request to Malaysian authorities for the provisional arrest of fugitive Islamic preacher Dr Zakir Naik, the Times of India reported.

    The English daily said NIA would also file a new request to Interpol tomorrow for a red corner notice (RCN) against Zakir, who is believed to be in Malaysia.

  48. Mubarak Chan says:

    Anonymous. The coward from the sub-continent. Go back to India, you LOW CASTE DIRT who salivates at LEE KUAN YEW.

  49. Mubarak Chan says:

    Low Caste Anonymous. You don’t exist. So what you a coward hiding behind a fake name say is all LOW CASTE COCK !

  50. Who are you calling extremists, STL? says:

    Pas president: All-Malay cabinet members for Malaysia
    New Straits Times Online

    Good luck to Najib and UMNO/Bn if working together with PAS at Pru14.

  51. Who are you calling extremists, STL? says:

    Malaysia’s mission schools with student, teacher shortage struggle for relevance
    TODAYonline

    Are mission schools still relevant?

    Just turn them into Sekolah Kebangsaan, problem solved. No student, teacher or fonancial shortage. Pupils won’t suffer.

  52. Anonymous says:

    Samad Said cannot hope to get a good following and support in whatever rally he is organizing / involved in because he is not even an exemplary Muslim.

    Islamic tradition / the sayings, acts and omissions of Prophet Muhammad have it that Muslims may keep mustaches and beards but the mustaches must be trimmed so as not to cover the mouth and hinder food going in.

    Look at his photo at

    http://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/nation/2017/12/24/activist-lodges-report-after-beating-for-flying-red-white-flag/

  53. Anonymous says:

    Malaysia plans to open embassy in eastern Jerusalem
    Arutz Sheva

    Better do. The Israelinationalnews.com (the Zionist national news agency?) named above has reported that in Israel etc. If not, it’d smell as a lot of kentut and not fresh air.

    The Muslims in Malaysia care more about the Palestinian Arabs than the Saudi Arabs.

  54. Anonymous says:

    Dead model’s lawyer pans Malaysian probe on live Dutch TV
    Free Malaysia Today

    The Malaysian Police should come out with a statement on the father’s claim that there was a mark on the daughter’s throat.

  55. What Najib has done to Felda says:

    What Najib has done / allowed to be done to Felda

    Extracts from FMT –

    Felda became a very rich and well-endowed organisation, more due to its large holding of land throughout the country when land was acquired at a pittance.

    In tandem, the settlers and the government should have become very rich too, benefiting from income and capital appreciation from their investment.

    But what happened in recent years was most unfortunate. For reasons which are quite beyond my comprehension, settlers are now saddled with endless borrowings and debts.

    Instead of becoming rich and comfortable, the settlers are now in a constant tussle with Felda over their rights and benefits.

    Instead of becoming independent, based on what they own, they are now in constant need of “special bonus/payments” from the government.

    The problem did not stop there. With corporate bigwigs, consisting of former politicians, indulging in “investing” and “venturing”, the problems in Felda have became bigger.

    Almost everything they touched has become mud so far.

    I have thought Felda settlers should have been given their free shares when FGV was first listed.

    Instead, it was loans in exchange for shares in FGV. Did Felda settlers own anything at all in Felda before FGV was listed?

    But not only that, the price of FGV has plummeted from RM5 a share at the time of listing to less than RM2 a share at present.

    Did other plantation companies listed in the exchange suffer the same fate as FGV during the same period?

    We should ask why, instead of making the settlers richer, we have made them more in debt and poorer.

    Then what about their so many other devious and dubious investments, from luxurious hotels in London to a sturgeon fish project in Malaysia. I hope the investigations into them are still going on.

    And before we can get on top of all this, we have been handed another bombshell — their prime land on Jalan Semarak in Kuala Lumpur is now embroiled in a controversy and uncertainties.

    You know what; I am not optimistic at all that the latest problem in Felda and FGV will be resolved soon.

    Comment:

    Would be resolved if PH comes into power at Pru14 and Tun M is PM.

    Isa Samad the former FELDA Chairman said he would to cooperate with police over Felda probe re the agency’s RM200 million land in Jalan Semarak. They should grill him to the core.

    • Anonymous says:

      ISA Samad, don’t you worry. After all, you had previously, as Negri Sembilan Mentri Besar, helped Najib Razak escape embarrassment from his episode of his ‘casual night meeting with famed actress and singer Z Z in the hotel room in Port Dickson’, and he in turn made you an MB and later appointed you as chairman of this GLC, surely Najib would be helpful to you again, now. Annuar Musa too was recently freed, NFA, by the police and MACC.

  56. Anonymous says:

    The latest Felda scandal is being used to divert the public’s attention from bigger issues such as the 1Malaysia Development Bhd (1MDB) scandal, says a former officer of the agency.

    Zahid Mat Arip, who was an aide to former Felda chairman Mohd Isa Samad, also said his ex-boss would likely be turned into a sacrificial lamb for Umno’s campaign in the 14th general election.

    “I am 100% sure that Isa Samad will be charged before GE14. It’s to take away attention from issues like 1MDB, SRC and the money going into the prime minister’s accounts ,” Zahid told The Malaysian Insight.

    “Isa’s arrest is very important to Umno, Najib and Barisan Nasional as it will make people forget about the GST (goods and services tax), the scandals at Mara, Felcra, the Youth and Sports Ministry and the Johor exco,” said Zahid, who is now with opposition party Bersatu.

    • Anonymous says:

      Maybe isa will spill the beans.

    • Anonymous says:

      Semua ni wayang la. So Shahrir comes in like a knight in shining armour to rescue Felda. Good news for the Felda settlers. Except that the bad guys have bolted with the billions from the Felda settlers and no action has been taken or will be taken against MO1 and the other thieves/plunderers. This is no different from the NFC Lembu saga, another Umno sandiwara.

      What can the settlers do? Don’t just cry. Vote them out in the next election to teach them a lesson.

  57. Anonymous says:

    EC is aggregating non Malay or opposition votes into larger constituencies and segregating Malay voters into separate and smaller constituenciesin Selangor. Is this not gerrymandering?

    There might have been some justification for weighting rural constituencies at the time of independence. But there is no more justification today. Certainly not with the Malay population at 50 odd percent of the population. And with Malays a substantial presence in urban areas.This undermines the value of the non Malay vote and totally destroys the democratic principle of one person one vote. It also undermines the equality principle. It sets race against race and has no aspiration objective – that all candidates whatever their race or religion must serve all their constituents. And because there is a split in the Malay vote will their also be attempts to separate the ‘friendlies’ from the ‘unfriendlies’ ? The EC is an independent body and should strive to do its job honestly..

    https://m.malaysiakini.com/news/406774#EigMyEy8F40sLbZv.99

  58. Azhar Idrus says:

    Anyone here has daughter or daughter age 15 or 16?

    Best time to get married at this age as these are the best age to get them married.

    • Anonymous says:

      Easy to marry, also easy to divorce with Talak Tiga. No wonder so much social problems with single mothers among the Malay community.

      • . says:

        What’s your purpose in saying the above? Trying to male fun of the Malay community and Malay/ Muslim marriage and divorce laws?

        Ever heard of other races also divorce and the wives go into prostitution trying to support themselves?

        And some go into prostitution without divorce. Read the following:

        Man chauffeurs wife to sleep with other men

        A MAN in Taiwan has been chauffeuring his 24-year-old wife to hotels to sleep with other men to earn a living, Kwong Wah Yit Poh reported.

        The man, identified as Chai, said he first felt guilty for prostituting his wife.

        However, he and his wife decided to continue the “business” as the income was very lucrative.

        Their activities were discovered after they were caught by the police recently.

        With a slim figure and pretty face, the wife charged at least NT$5,000 (RM534) for each client. On a good day, she takes up to three customers daily.

        The paper said the couple got married four years ago and could only earn a living by taking odd jobs. Their financial problems worsened after their baby was born.

        It was then the couple decided to go into the prostitution business.

        To prevent their earnings from being deducted by middlemen, Chai decided to chauffeur his wife to meet with clients.

  59. . says:

    The guy using the blogging name Azhar may be a non-Malay/ non-Muslim.

    One bloke using the name Mohd Zin blogging a few days before is a non-Malay – the way he spelled the name was telling. And “Azhar”s reasoning tells.

    You fellows practice “common law wives”? Or “tea ceremony” wives? In addition to your proper-wedding wives?

    They could be 13 or 14 years old.

  60. Kepala Bapak Kau says:

    When Tun Mahathir said selling national assets to China so much that it affected the nation’s sovereignty, Najib said to the Chinese at an MCA General Assembly “Kepala Bapak Kau”.

    Now Bernama reported that Second Finance Ministeri Johari Abdul Ghani saying Malaysia is not beholden to anybody with regard to 11MDB debt settlement.

    “We are not beholden to anybody,” he told reporters when asked whether Chinese firms had helped in the repayment of 1MDB’s debt to Abu Dhabi’s International Petroleum Investment Company (IPIC).

    According to a Singapore’s Straits Times report, 1MDB had made the final settlement of US$602.7mil in debt obligations to IPIC, by divesting its stake in two companies to buyers linked to Chinese state-owned enterprises.

    The payment, the second tranche of a US$1.2bil loan IPIC extended in July 2015 to the troubled 1MDB, was made on Dec 22, ahead of the end-December deadline that both parties agreed to in early April this year, the report added.

    Asked to confirm the report, Johari said the matter should be directed to Treasury Secretary-General, Tan Sri Dr Mohd Irwan Serigar Abdullah.

    “I am not aware of it.You can ask Irwan Serigar as he is Chairman of 1MDB ,” he said. But can he be as a Minister of Finance really unaware? What the ….

    • . says:

      It is probably best to ignore the Second Finance Minister Johari Ghani’s bald denial that Malaysia is not beholden to China for helping 1Malaysia Development Bhd and the Najib government to resolve an outstanding debt with Abu Dhabi’s International Petroleum Investment Company.

      It’s futile to engage with that kind of bald-denial person.

  61. Kepala Bapak Kau says:

    What has happened to this country?

    The Putrajaya Corporation (PPJ) clamped a police patrol car the other day. Now PPJ explained that there was no double standards in enforcement.

    PPj enforcement division director Muhamad Irwan Abdullah said wheel-clamping was a procedural action of the PPj enforcement division under Section 48 of the Road Transport Act 1987 for obstruction of traffic.

    “The wheel-clamping is one of the efforts to educate the people and prevent them from continuing to commit traffic offences that will hamper urban wellbeing and pose a hindrance to the public,” he said in a statement.

    He was commenting on a photograph that went viral on social media yesterday showing the police patrol car with its wheel clamped near Menara Usahawan here.

    Irwan explained that a PPJ enforcement team on patrol found the police car in a wheel-clamping zone and had tried in vain to contact the driver.

    “It is the procedure to wheel-clamp all vehicles found to be obstructing traffic, including police vehicles,” he said.

    Irwan said the enforcement of the wheel-clamping zone came into force on April 1 this year.

    http://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/nation/2017/12/28/ppj-clamping-of-police-cars-wheel-part-of-enforcement/

    • Anonymous says:

      Apa nak jadi kapada negara ini?

      ‘25% pegawai, anggota ambil dadah sebelum jadi polis’
      FMT Reporters | December 29, 2017

  62. Anonymous says:

    Tun Dr Mahthir wrote an open letter on Jerusalem stating the following (among other points):

    Under international laws and consistent with the UN charter, Jerusalem is an occupied territory. It was occupied during the 1967 war, and alongside the West Bank’s Palestinian territories, it has been under brutal Israeli subjugation and oppression since.

    Any recognition of Israel’s sovereignty over these territories is a mockery of the international legal system.

    Trump’s contentions that recognising Jerusalem as the capital of Israel reflects historical and current realities is a blatant lie.

    Trump’s announcement is also a reversal of nearly seven decades of American foreign policy. It also undermined one of the tenets spelt out in the 1993 Oslo Accord in which the US does not recognise Jerusalem, a sacred city to the three Abrahamaic religions – Islam, Christianity and Judaism – as the Israeli capital.

    Anyone seen whatever Wisma Putra (Ministry of Foreign Affairs) wrote along the above lines, if any?

  63. Anonymous says:

    Aiyyo, after my copy pasting of the following news report in Malaysian Insight with comments was not published, my just copy pasting it was also not published –

    https://www.themalaysianinsight.com/s/29604/

  64. low enrolments in Chinese schools says:

    Even with low enrolments, no national Chinese school is at risk of being shut down, says the deputy PM.

    Read more at https://www.malaysiakini.com/#xIZBiQC9Bx1FZYk0.99

    The government should integrate them with the national schools, in line with Article 152 of the Constitution on Bahasa Malaysia.

  65. What talking one? says:

    Interim PM proves Opposition taking advantage of Dr M, say Ismail Sabri
    Malay Mail

    Sure larr Opposition takes advantage. You UMNO people cannot – leadership election also postponed.

    Takut ka, Ismail? If you say no use, apa takut?

    Actually lu olang gentaq olely arr? Maybe also gigil lutut.

  66. Anonymous says:

    Armed forces reminded of duty towards the people in event of political unrest –

    Police and the armed forces are urged to maintain professionalism while dealing with any incident that may occur before, during and after the general election. – The Malaysian Insight

    THE police force’s recent drill exercises to prepare for any eventuality in the next election has fuelled the belief that something untoward is likely to occur when Malaysians go to the polls, said National Patriot Association president Mohamed Arshad Raji.

    He said such drills were never carried out in the past.

    He called upon armed forces as well as the police to maintain professionalism while dealing with any incident that might occur before, during and after the general election.

    He reminded the agencies of their role to protect the country and its people.

    Arshad said apart from economic and social stress, the Election Commission’s alleged gerrymandering might also contribute to the people’s dissatisfaction with the ruling coalition.

    Electoral watchdog Bersih 2.0 in a press conference last month claimed that 2,645 voters were registered at two army camps that were still under construction.

    “It is unconstitutional as the voters need to be living in the area in order to cast ballots there. These camps are still under construction,” she said.

    The two army camps in question are Bera Camp in Pahang and Hutan Melintang Camp in Perak.

    Prior to that, DAP has claimed that the Segamat army camp, which is also under construction, has 1,079 newly registered army voters.

    Defence Minister Hishammuddin Hussein told the media that the allegations of soldiers being registered as voters at army camps that were uncompleted or shut down should be answered by the military.

    • Anonymous says:

      New electoral boundaries will not save Barisan Nasional, says Muhyiddin

      THE proposed new electoral boundaries for parliamentary and state seats will not save Barisan Nasional in the next general election, said Bersatu president Muhyiddin Yassin.

      Muhyiddin said the ruling coalition was in panic mode as it knew that it had lost the support of most of the voters and that it would lose if the polls were to be held tomorrow.

      “We can imagine all the dirty tactics that will be used in the next general election,” Muhyiddin said in his policy speech at Bersatu’s inaugural annual general meeting today.

      “Even now they are trying to pass the one-sided redelineation of election boundaries,” Muhyiddin said.

      On Wednesday, the Election Commission resumed its redrawing of election boundaries in Selangor by conducting the first public hearing for the Kelana Jaya parliamentary seat.

      The court case attempted to stall the hearings from taking place while Selangor gets a separate court decision to declare the redelineation exercise unconstitutional.

      Observers have speculated that once the redelineation process for Selangor is pushed through in January, Prime Minister Najib Razak will call a special session of Parliament to approve the new boundaries.

  67. . says:

    He who thinks Malays are stupid is himself stupid –

    Najib thinks Malays are stupid and easily fooled, says Dr Mahathir

    EVEN though he heads a Malay party, Umno president Najib Razak thinks Malays are stupid and easily fooled, said Bersatu chairman Dr Mahathir Mohamad.

    Dr Mahathir based his observation on the Election Commission’s proposed new electoral boundaries to carve out more Malay-majority seats from ethnically-mixed constituencies.

    The proposed redelineation is supposedly for Umno to contest more Malay-majority seats, said Dr Mahathir.

    “There are some among us who think the act of separating (Malay and non-Malay voters) is because he loves Malays.

    “In reality, Najib thinks Malays are easily fooled. He thinks Malays are stupid.

    “(Najib thinks that if) You steal RM100, they will understand. You steal chickens, they understand. But if you steal billions of ringgit, Malays don’t understand,” Dr Mahathir said in his policy speech at the party’s inaugural annual general meeting in Shah Alam.

    The 92-year-old has repeatedly accused Najib and his associates of stealing billions from state firm 1Malaysia Development Bhd (1MDB).

    Najib has denied wrongdoing in the scandal which has triggered money laundering and fraud investigations in six countries.

    Dr Mahathir said Najib was reliant on the Malays for votes and accused him of rigging the electoral roll.

    “Why do I say that he is not only changing the borders but also the electoral roll?

    “We find that the people are not allowed to vote in their areas but given the choice of voting where they wish or right to decide where they wished to vote or to vote or their choice of their place. They will take them from one area to another in the hope that Malays will be duped and will vote for BN.”

    He said the addresses of 30.9 million voters were problematic in the last general election.

    “There were many kinds of changes, such as 110 (phantom voters) registered in a vacant house; in some cases there was no house at all; and blocks where there are voters but no houses.

    “There were houses where there were no roads, maybe they were floating in the air; and there were same names but with different identification numbers and they all lived in the same village,” he said to laughter from the audience of about 1,000 Bersatu members.

    He said the town of Pekan also saw a sudden increase of voters in the last general election. Pekan is Najib’s constituency.

    “The number of voters in Pekan increased from 35,832 in 1999 to 80,260 in 2013 to give votes to MO1,” Dr Mahathir said.

  68. . says:

    income inequality between the ethnic groups – pace has stagnated in recent years under Najib:

    “Having high income is a necessary, but not a sufficient condition to be considered a developed nation. There has been notable progress in poverty reduction and the narrowing of income inequality between the ethnic groups since the launch of Vision 2020, but the pace has stagnated in recent years.” The Edge

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