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30 October 2010

Sodomy II – Defence failed to get doctor’s medical notes

There were more problems for the defence team in the Sodomy II trial involving Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim when the Kuala Lumpur High Court Wednesday rejected the application by the defence to order Hospital Dr Mohd Razali Ibrahim, the general surgeon of Kuala Lumpur (HKL) to produce the medical notes he took when he examined the alleged victim Mohd Saiful Bukhari Azlan for 3 hourse.

The application, made by lead counsel Karpal Singh was dismissed by Judge Justice Mohd Zabidin Mohd Diah. Karpal said that since the medical report was based on the notes, then it would be necessary to be used in the case. During questioning, Razali had tried not to refer to his notes despite Karpal’s insistent that he should ‘refresh his memory’. There were times when Karpal had asked Razali "Can you remember? Do you want to refresh your memory and refer to your notes?"


Another kangaroo court! Rather than prolonging this case and decided by one judge, this is a very sensitive case and it should be redirected all the way to the Supreme Court. The general surgeon of KL memorized the medical notes and without even referring to his notes has obviously too much time on his hands needs to be replaced. We all know that his statement is carefully scripted. Tell him to follow the rainbow and find his pot of gold!

Galas result will show tell us about Malay’s support – Ku Li

Umno veteran Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah, who is also the Member of Parliament of Gua Musang said that the upcoming by-election of Galas is important and that Umno must win it if they want to gauge the level of support from the Malay community. He said that it would show if the community still find Umno relevant to them.

He said “Although there are more than 20 per cent non-Malay voters, but it means a lot. Umno badly needs the support of the Malays, because it is a Malay party. If the Malay-majority states are not on Umno’s side, it is awkward for the party. We believe that we will be able to solve strategic problems of the people like housing, their livelihood, low-cost houses that are being built by the government, incidentally during this election.

It was planned a long time ago, but we sped up the construction, and the election was called. Our aim is to solve the problem of illegal squatters in Gua Musang town. It is not an instant project, it has been approved for a very long time. This should have been implemented a long time ago, but because of the launch of 10th Malaysia Plan, it was postponed. Incidentally, the election was called. Like housing for the Orang Asli, I want it to be done fast too,”


If there is no by election in Galas, the orang asli housing will have to wait for another century. For the past 53 years, no housing for orang asli housing at Galas, why all the sudden ? Tak payah lah, orang asli been a sucker for the past 5 decades why suddenly becoming so caring ?

Another round of ' you help me, i help you ' by Umno, " orang asli, you want us to help you or not" ? " But first you must help me only then i will help you ".

Ng Yen Yen spent RM3.25m on overseas trips

In a reply in parliament to a question posted by Datuk Seri Ong Tee Keat, the Member of Parliament of Pandan, Tourism Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ng Yen Yen reported that since her appointment to the ministerial post in 2009, she has spent some RM3.25 million on overseas trips which comprises of RM1.67 million for the whole of 2009 while for the first 10 months this year, the bill came to RM1.58 million.

The reply said “The tourism minister has made 16 visits overseas since being appointed. These visits include 26 countries, and 61 cities up to October 2010. The ministry’s efforts overseas had earned Malaysia a ninth out of tenth placing in the “most popularly visited countries” in 2009.”

Anthony Loke, the DAP MP had continued his criticism of the ministry for the grammatical errors found in the brochures for the 2010 Shanghai World Expo for the Malaysian Pavilion. He said “The purpose of the expo is to showcase what the country can contribute to the world’s economy. Sadly there is nothing in the Malaysian pavilion that shows such a thing. The various spelling errors in the Malaysia pavilion brochure, where the word “development” is spelled as “decelopment” and “visitors” was wrongly spelled as “visitious”. Look at this sentence — To know more about Malaysia, we ‘incite’ you to step into the Malaysia Pavilion. What kind of standard is this? Don’t tell me that no single Tourism Ministry official proof read this before printing the brochures? This is highly embarrassing, to say the least. Beautiful is even spelled as ‘beautuful’. A shame, really,”


This simply means that she has been enjoying overseas vacation trips at the expense of the Malaysian rakyat!

During Badawi's era, our Home minister was given a rm5 billion for the PPSMI, to change both maths & science subjects from malay language to english language. Rm5 billions all used up but nothing happened.

RM5 billions = one 100 storey highrise building.

That means one 100 storey highrise just vanished infront of our eyes.

Congratulations to our Home Minister, Dato Hisham.

28 October 2010

Auditor-General’s Report 2009 – Fed Govt overshot spending by RM4.83billion

Another startling figure to come out from the Auditor-General’s Report for 2009 showed that the federal government had overspent by RM4.83 billion last year. This would be the government’s second highest deficit in recent years. The highest deficit was recorded in the year before that (2008) when they recorded that their operating budget overshot by RM5.7billion.

According to the report, “This shows there are still weaknesses in expenditure planning and management. 11 agencies - including Malaysia Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC), Public Service Department - and 10 ministries had exceeded their operating budget by RM3.61 billion. 15 ministries and agencies had overspent RM3.74 billion for 42 projects under the Ninth Malaysia Plan. The Defence Ministry topped the list with an overrun of RM2.03 billion for three projects, followed by the Education Ministry (RM927 million for four projects) and Treasury Department (RM547 million for two projects). Under development expenditure, 43 projects by 16 ministries and departments had recorded a total overrun of RM465.11 million. The bulk of this was spent by the Works Ministry for 11 projects, involving RM356.73 million. Conversely, RM153.3 million for 38 projects was allocated, but was not spent by the 16 ministries and departments concerned.


Seems the PM and DPM are not saying anything about this. Only the rakyat are concerned. One eye close and one eye open????? or Just do it as you like??????Finished!!

Defence seeks to cast doubts over medical report...

Top defence lawyer Karpal Singh today sought to raise doubts over the medical report of complainant Mohd Saiful Bukhari Azlan, which was prepared by three Hospital Kuala Lumpur (HKL) doctors. During his cross-examination of HKL general surgeon Dr Mohd Razali Ibrahim, Karpal pointed out certain flaws in the final medical examination report prepared by the doctor and his two colleagues on July 13, 2008.

This follows the admission by Dr Razali of a mistake in the final report, where the reference number of one portion of the report was not properly entered. There were three chemist reports which was given to the HKL doctors dated July 11, 2008 - PJ FOR 6334/08-0, PJ FOR 6334/08-1 and PJ FOR 6334/08-2.

The DNA report was done by one Dr Seah (Lay Hoong, name not mentioned fully) from the Chemist Department with the last reference number being 0 and 2 respectively, while 1 was the toxicology tests.

However, on page three of the final medical report signed by all three doctors, it was stated that the results were obtained from chemist reports which end in 0 and 1 respectively. This prompted Karpal to question the anomaly, which resulted in Dr Razali conceding that it was a typographical error.

Toxicology test not submitted

Karpal also complained that the defence did not get a copy of the toxicology report, although this was attached to the chemist report. Solicitor-general II Mohd Yusof Zainal Abiden then told the court that the toxicology test on Saiful will not be submitted as evidence. This led to an exchange between Karpal and Mohd Yusof on whether the chemist reports and the toxicology test could be admissible in court following the discrepancy.

Earlier, Karpal also sought clarification on whether High Court judge Mohamad Zabidin Mohd Diah had fully understood the defence's request for the medical notes yesterday. Justice Zabidin argued that he did, although initially in his ruling, he said he would allow the preliminary medical report to be given to the defence.

"What we wanted are the clinical notes. The preliminary medical report is not an issue," said Karpal.

Following this, the judge ordered both parties to submit on the matter tomorrow. Hearing will resume at 8.30am with Malaysiakini again carrying the court proceedings live.-Hafiz Yatim

Sodomy II - Saifool’s rectum was empty, doctor tells court

Surgeon Razali Ibrahim, who had examined Saiful Bukhary Azlan for signs of sodomy, told the High Court today he found the complainant’s rectum “empty”.

“The rectum was empty... I recorded as ‘empty’,” the former Hospital Kuala Lumpur (HKL) doctor replied under cross-examination from Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim’s defence lawyer Sankara Nair.

Razali also testified the anal probe he carried out on June 28, 2008 was not the first clinical check done on Saiful. Razali, now with Hospital Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (HUKM), admitted under Sankara’s persistent questioning that it was not easy to carry out the proctoscopy examination on Saiful, even with the use of a lubricant.

Any sudden introduction of any instrument into the anus would likely cause injury to the sensitive body part, Razali said. Saiful, a former male aide to the opposition leader, had accused Anwar of sodomising him in an upscale condominium in leafy Damansara Heights here on June 26, 2008. Then 23, he had visited Hospital Pusrawi, a private medical centre here, for a check-up after complaining of pain in his anus before being referred to HKL two days later.

A medical report from Pusrawi, leaked to the media last year, revealed the large-eyed and slender youth as claiming he had not passed motion since being sodomised. Razali — quizzed over Saiful’s bowel movements — added he did not record the fact despite agreeing with Sankara that it would be good and proper medical practice to do so. The doctor had generated a buzz in court earlier when he disclosed that there were some photographs taken of Saiful during the medical examination, right after saying there were stains on the cotton padding used to swab the youth’s rectal area for further laboratory testing. Asked if it included Saiful’s genitalia, Razali said no.

The diminutive doctor had seemed somewhat relieved after Sankara took over questioning from the defence lead, Karpal Singh — the older lawyer had subjected Razali to an intense grilling the past two occasions. But he soon learnt that Sankara was just as persistent as Karpal in digging for information, with the patience of a bodhisattva. The medical expert also testified that the anal probe he carried out on June 28, 2008 was not the first clinical check done on Saiful.

Initially, he refused to admit it was a proctoscopy, claiming he had not been told what instrument had been used to anally probe Saiful. Razali, now with Hospital Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (HUKM), eventually admitted to it under Sankara’s persistent questioning, adding there was a danger of contamination and cross-contamination in a second probe.

He also said it was not easy to carry out the proctoscopy examination on Saiful, even with the use of a lubricant. He related that it took him two tries to insert the proctoscope — a narrow, hollow and transparent cylindrical tube made of plastic that looks similar to a test tube — into Saiful’s rear end.

Razali said the first time he used a saline lubricant, but found he could go only a short distance inside; so he switched to a gel-based lubricant for a deeper probe. Any sudden introduction of any instrument into the anus would likely cause injury to the sphincter, a sensitive body part, the doctor said. Saiful had not complained of pain during the anal examination, Razali said.

Trial judge Datuk Zabidin Mohd Diah adjourned the trial to 8.30am tomorrow.

The defence team will be arguing their case for access to the three HKL doctors’ handwritten medical notes recorded during a three-hour examination of Saiful on June 28, 2008. Sankara told reporters they also want a copy of the chemist’s report touching on Saiful’s toxicology test results, which was supposed to have been supplied from before trial began but were somehow went missing.

26 October 2010

MCA will continue to discuss social contract, but behind closed doors

Loh Seng Kok, the deputy chairman of the MCA’s publicity bureau said that the social contract issue will still be discussed behind closed doors despite warnings not to do so. This came in the wake of reports where delegates in Umno called on Datuk Seri Dr Chua Soi Lek, the chairman of MCA to stop questioning the 30 per cent bumiputera equity target by Datuk Badruddin Amirulddin, the permanent chairman of Umno.

Lee said “However, the party disagrees with the view that (the) social contract cannot be discussed at all. MCA is only voicing out the views of the ‘rakyat’. Dr Chua merely exercised his right to freedom of speech as enshrined in the Federal Constitution when he suggested that the social contract be discussed behind closed doors. (The) ‘rakyat’ can discuss on any issue as long as it is done through legal means in view that the Federal Constitution allows the ‘rakyat’ to have freedom of speech. Only through gradually reducing the Bumiputera quota and practising meritocracy, it will ensure the country’s economic transformation and growth to continue in achieving a high-income nation,”


If the social contract is enshrined in Article 153 of the Federal Constitution, the malays will be guranteed of their rights no matter which party rules the country and not only UMNO can protect the malays, infact, UMNO is robbing from the malays.

Present situation tells us that we are on the brink of bankruptcy because of 53 years of corrupt rule by UMNO and we cannot allow UMNO to ruin the country, further despite the so-called NEP, the majority of the malays do not benefit from it except a limited number of choosen ones and their cronies only benefitted.

Don’t just blindly question Warisan Merdeka – Second Finance Minister

Datuk Seri Ahmad Husni Hanadzlah, the second finance minister has called on the public to think rationally and to look at the big picture before going about slamming the recently proposed Warisan Merdeka structure by the prime minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak when he announced the Budget 2011. He said that the project would bring about more good than harm as claimed by many quarters who had condemned it in a ‘knee jerk reaction’.

He said “We have to study it in detail, ask questions... and then after getting the answers to those questions, we make a decision, not listening to just one voice, ‘This is no good. This will be a white elephant’. People should not react based on “hearsay” and “emotion” and must instead ask the right questions about the feasibility of Permodalan Nasional Bhd’s (PNB) skyscraper proposal in order to make an informed decision. What we should be asking is: Why did they (PNB) decide to go into property? How much is the return? What are the risk factors? Have you mitigated the risk? If you’ve done that – the rational thinking – then you make a decision [whether] you agree or not. This is the investment of PNB. They have various investments. How many years they have been in business? So they feel that they want to go into property because property can fetch lots of money. Definitely they have done their study. It is not something ad hoc.”

He added that “The project was crucial to the Najib administration’s plan to boost domestic investment in the country’s quest to wean itself off foreign direct investment (FDI), and reiterated the prime minister’s assurance that the Warisan Merdeka will confer “multiplier effects” to the economy. There’ll be 140 sectors that will benefit, from banking sector, from services, from materials, from transportation, from contract work, employment, salary. That will create... both private investment and private consumption. These are the things that will boost the GDP of the country. We must look a things comprehensively, not just on the surface, listening to some opposition leaders then we go with them. If that is the case, then government decided no KLIA, no Putrajaya, no Penang Bridge, no (Petronas) Twin Towers. What would the position of the country be now? We must look at things rationally and with a proper, ordered mindset. If not, the country will not move,”


HELLO, HELLO Umno melayu, Perkasa melayu, where are you ? Here is another golden opportunity for you guys to own up more business/economy quota .... see below ......

The Urban Development Authority (UDA), in joint-venture with Timang Saga Sdn Bhd (who holds 70%), will be developing the site of the old Pudu Jail in Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lumpur. The project is estimated to be worth RM6 billion. Timang Saga is asking those who wish to participate in this development to pay the RM132 million land premium, pay ‘expenses’ of RM5 million, contribute to a RM250 million 'fund', plus offer them shares in the company. That is RM387 million in total, not including the shares in the company.

Since, Umno & Perkasa 7/24 complaining about 'tak cukup' economy pie, the above is a 'golden pie' for you guys. And what the fuck, UDA/Timang Saga is offering the 'golden pie' to anyone of any race, if let say a Chinese/Indian or other non bumi took up that offer, in later stage Umno & Perkasa goons will goes around and complain ' malay are being side line, we don't have enough business quota '. Hey UDA/Timang Saga what are you trying to do, by offering the 'golden pie' to anyone ? Are you trying to get the Chinese & Indian business man into trouble ?

Many foreign companies are leaving too, hundreds of 'golden pies' out there .... Mr Umno & Mr Perkasa, don't loose those golden opportunities !

It is indeed a white elephant !!
So fucking stupid to send someone as passenger to the moon and then claim we have an astraunaut , wasting millions of rakyat's money, so when we travel by plane, then we are all considered as pilots ????
What will the rakyat benefit after the building is completed ?
What good does the twin towers and the KL Tower present to the rakyat ? isn't this a pure waste of rakyat's money ?

PM vows will not retract affirmative action policies

The prime minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak spoke at the winding up of the Umno’s General Assembly where he stood his foot down and said that the party is the only one who can protect Malay rights and that if the special position of the Malays are to be remain, then Umno must continue to be in power. He also pledged that the ruling BN (Barisan Nasional) will not retract the affirmative action policies stipulated in the NEP (National Economic Policy).

He said “The other side is very good at twisting my words. He said if the rights are guaranteed, then there is no need for Umno to remain in power. This is definitely not true, because political power must remain in Umno’s hands for us to translate the principles and the spirit of the constitutional position. The special position of the Malays was part of the social contract agreed before independence in exchange for citizenship for the non-Malays. The position of Malays was enshrined in the Federal Constitution and could not be easily amended without the consent of the Conference of Rulers.

During the MCA assembly, which I officiated, I was surrounded by MCA leaders but what did I say? I said in any country it would be unfair for the majority to have only a small control of the economy. Who started the NEP? As the son I will ensure the spirit and principle of the struggle continues. In fact the supreme council on Bumiputera agenda has been formed. The first meeting was held last month. I am the chairman with deputy prime minister as the deputy and selected ministers as members of the council,”


Go ahead and say what you like, Mr PM. Let us just wait for the next GE outcome. See if UMNO is still that relevant after that. Rakyat of all races are matured enough to know whats good for them. No point talking cock and let the votes do the talking !

Let this TOIDI enjoy his final days talking rubbish. He has been defeated but he ignores defeat. UMNO is no longer relevant and the Melayu have layu-ed after 64 under UMNO. Spoon feeding and pampering have produced a race of "jelly fishes" who are unable to compete in the open world. Who in the world would accord these jellyfishes any HANDICAP when they step out of this protected aquarium called "Malaysia"?

25 October 2010

BN scores coup with widow as Batu Sapi candidate

As expected, Barisan Nasional (BN) today announced as its candidate for the Batu Sapi by-election in Sabah, Linda Tsen Thau Lin, the 54-year-old widow of the late Datuk Edmund Chong Ket Wah.

The announcement, made by Sabah Chief Minister Datuk Seri Musa Aman at the Sandakan Community Hall here this afternoon, comes as no surprise for talk has been rife that the widow would be used as BN’s trump card to secure a victory in the seat.

Tsen’s candidacy will also be a coup for BN because of the popularity of her late husband, whose death two weeks ago from a road accident triggered the by-election.

Her campaign to replace her husband will rely on the emotional attachment many in the constituency had for Chong, an MP with strong ties within the community.

Even her strongest rival, Sabah Progressive Party (SAPP) president Datuk Yong Teck Lee, is close to her family.

The 52-year-old Yong, who is the state’s former Chief Minister, is also running for the seat, in move that is said to be a huge political gamble for SAPP’s survival.

Yesterday, The Malaysian Insider quoted Sandakan MP Datuk VK Liew as pointing out the advantages of a Tsen candidacy.

He said it would be a difficult fight for the SAPP, pointing out that candidate, Yong, was a good friend to Chong and his family, including his wife Tsen.

“Edmund was everybody’s good friend. Such a nice man, so friendly, and also a very good friend of mine. It was a tragedy that caused him to pass away and I think people still remember that,” he said.

Liew had also said that Tsen was an appropriate choice, not merely because of her marriage to the popular Chong, but also because she was a qualified politician herself.

The Malaysian Insider understands that Tsen is herself a Wanita deputy divisional chairman for Elopura in Parti Bersatu Sabah (PBS), BN’s Sabah-based partner.

“So it is not like she is not into PBS politics. She is an insider and a good candidate herself. She is not an unknown and she is qualified,” he said.

In naming her today as BN’s choice, Musa described Tsen as a capable woman who would serve Batu Sapi well.

“It is now time for all Barisan component parties to work together to ensure victory,” he said.

Tsen and Chong have four children — daughters Jamie Chong Sing Yi, 23; Charlene Chong Tze Yi, 20; and Steffi Chong Han Yi, 18; and son, Douglas Chong Zheng Yi, 13.

The children are expected to be part of the campaign to have their mother replace their father as federal lawmaker.

Chong, who was the PBS treasurer general, had been a two-term MP for Batu Sapi.

With the announcement of Tsen’s candidacy, the stage has been set for a three-way fight among Tsen, Yong and PKR candidate, Ansari Abdullah whose candidacy was announced by PKR de facto leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim, who is currently in Sandakan.

It is said, however, that PKR’s entry into the race would make little impact in the by-election.

Batu Sapi has 25,582 voters, including 1,535 postal voters.

The constituency near Sandakan comprises 59 per cent or 15,099 Muslim Bumiputera; 38 per cent or 9,737 Chinese; 2.69 per cent or 689 non-Muslim Bumiputera; and 0.22 per cent or 57 others.

Chong had won the seat with a 3,708-vote majority over independent Chung On Wing in Elections 2008.

Nominations for the November 4 by-election will be held at the Sandakan community centre here on Tuesday.

The Galas by-election has also been set for the same days.

Of the past 11 by-elections held in Malaysia since 2008, BN has only won in three seats – Batang Ai, Bagan Pinang and Hulu Selangor.


If its pure sentiment, why not appoint Rosmah to contest in Batu Sapi. It will complete the malay proverb of "Lembu punya susu sapi dapat nama" . Finally UMNO will be crown the First Lady offically.

24 October 2010

Umno assembly sticks to Malay agenda over 1 Malaysia

Umno delegates have left no doubt they saw the Malay agenda as a better tool to recapture Malay votes over party president Datuk Seri Najib Razak’s 1 Malaysia policy at the end of the party’s annual assembly yesterday.

Umno and its Barisan Nasional (BN) allies only won two million out of the five million Malay votes in Election 2008 but a succession of delegates focussed on the need for more incentives to attract the community’s support — now split among Umno, PAS and PKR.

Najib agreed with them, saying BN component parties had agreed that they will no longer question “sensitive issues” which were enshrined in the Federal Constitution.

“They have given their agreement that matters pertaining to the constitution should no longer be questioned by anyone at all because I have explained them in detail,” the prime minister told reporters at the end of the four-day assembly here.

Asked whether all BN member parties have reached a consensus on this, Najib replied, “I would imagine they should agree because this is what I have said and as chairman of BN, this is the spirit of BN, and it is quite academic for us to question the provisions of the constitution.”

In his policy speech on Thursday, Najib, said the position of the Malays and Bumiputera as well as the interests of the other races in terms of politics, had been enshrined as a national social contract in the Federal Constitution, and everyone must now respect this consensus for the sake of the country’s continuity and survival.

The Umno president also told his party colleagues that they had to publicise their success in raising wages for the pre-dominantly Malay civil service, who number 1.2 million, and key officials such as village headmen.

Umno delegates sought for Malay political power to be afforded greater protection.
He responded to the delegates’ demand for more focus on the Malay agenda by revealing that the government has formed a supreme council committee on the Bumiputera agenda — chaired by him — to protect the interest of the community.

“In fact the supreme council on Bumiputera agenda has been formed. The first meeting was held last month,” Najib told the assembly.

“I am the chairman with [the] deputy prime minister as the deputy and selected ministers as members of the council,” he said adding that the three Umno vice-presidents Datuk Seri Ahmad Zahid Hamidi, Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Hussein and Datuk Shafie Apdal are also members of the council.

The prime minister also promised his administration would not roll back affirmative action policies to protect Malay interests.

In winding up his party’s annual meeting, the Umno president attacked political rivals for twisting his words in arguing against his party’s relevance to protect constitutional provisions on Malay rights.

“The other side is very good at twisting my words. He said if the rights are guaranteed, then there is no need for Umno to remain in power,” said Najib in his winding up speech at the general assembly here.

“This is definitely not true, because political power must remain in Umno’s hands for us to translate the principles and the spirit of the constitutional position,” he told the 2,500 party delegates.

He assured the party that he would not backtrack from the principles of the pro-Bumiputera New Economic Policy (NEP) introduced during the administration of his father, Tun Razak Hussein, the second prime minister.

“Who started the NEP? As the son, I will ensure the spirit and principle of the struggle continues,” said Najib.

His reassurance came as delegates expressed worry that his New Economic Model (NEM) and economic liberalisation would come at the expense of Malay economic power and its target for 30 per cent equity that failed to materialise at the end of the NEP in 1990. Earlier, Umno Youth chief Khairy Jamaluddin had told the delegates this year that the 30 per cent equity target would be achievable by 2020.

Last week, Najib had tabled the Budget 2011 as finance minister where, among others, he announced that key Bumiputera trust agency Permodalan Nasional Berhad (PNB) will build a 100-storey skyscraper near Stadium Merdeka as a symbol of Malay pride in Kuala Lumpur.

The RM5 billion project known as Warisan Merdeka has been severely criticised by the opposition and a growing online community, but Umno delegates have approved it, with one even suggesting that the skyscraper be relocated to Kampung Baru, the capital city’s historic Malay enclave.

Ironically, none of the 10 parliamentary constituencies in the city are held by BN, which lost its two-thirds parliamentary majority and four more states in Election 2008.

Najib, who took office in April 2009 from Tun Abdullah Ahmad Badawi, however, said it was important for Umno and their BN allies to be united in the spirit of 1 Malaysia to face future challenges in transforming the country into a high-income and developed nation by the year 2020.

“What is important to us is to look ahead that we have more challenges as a nation, and all races must unite in the spirit of 1 Malaysia so that we can build a future that is more prosperous and more successful based on the New Economic Model and the government and economic transformation plan,” he told reporters at the end of the assembly.

But his winding up speech earlier left in no doubt that the Malay agenda remained supreme for his party of 3.5 million members — at the expense of his 1 Malaysia policy.


All component parties should leave BN and let UMNO go solo and see if they can do it on their own. Najib may want the others but it is clear to see that majority of UMNO delegates think they don't need the other component parties. To them, the others are more of a hindrance.

Najib will failed and drag his so called 3.5 million members down the drain, basing on consensus how many of the UMNO members voted for UMNO in the last GE. UMNO has deepen into a chaotic party without proper mandate. Voting comes from the heart of the voters and not by the ecstasy of the 'desperado' speeches. Furthermore, UMNO will NEVER win the hearts of the Malays in PAS, PKR and the fence sitters. Malaysians from all walks of life will give their mandate to PR, to rule Putrajaya. "PEOPLE'S POWER vs UMNO"

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