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17 November 2010

Umno says PAS better off in BN than Pakatan

Umno continued its courtship of PAS today, saying the Islamist party would have a better future with Barisan Nasional (BN) rather than remaining within the Pakatan Rakyat (PR) alliance with DAP and PKR.

Umno information chief Datuk Ahmad Maslan claimed that PAS would have a better chance in its political survival by supporting the ruling federal coalition, instead of “dreaming” of taking over Putrajaya and telling Umno to “withdraw gracefully” in the event of an electoral loss.

“PKR and DAP are just a burden to PAS. PAS will do better under Umno-BN, not with PKR and DAP who do not get along with PAS,” Ahmad Maslan told The Malaysian Insider.

Ahmad Maslan was responding to a statement made by PAS president Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang yesterday. Abdul Hadi said that Umno should ensure it withdraws gracefully from the government if it loses in the next general elections.

The PAS president said Umno should learn to accept losses in an open-minded manner, and not resort to underhanded tactics to win, like what happened in Perak last year.

In response, Ahmad Maslan reminded PAS to first “study” their positions within PR and Parliament before even thinking about replacing Umno.

“Umno has not lost yet, we do not even know when the general elections are going to be held. Umno and BN are in power now, the elections are not going to happen so soon, probably 2013.

“But if you look at the current situation [I’d say] the people are with Umno-BN,” said the deputy minister in the Prime Minister’s department.

He pointed out that PAS had to contest in more Parliamentary seats before even considering itself as a threat to Umno.

“PAS-PR have 60 seats. Parliament has 222, unless PAS contests more seats I don’t see how they can lead PR. For me I think that PAS needs to reconsider its position in Pakatan, whether they want to stand alone or join BN,” said Ahamd Maslan.

PR won five states in the 2008 general elections, but BN wrested Perak from after several PR assemblymen left the party to become BN-friendly independents.

Umno has proposed the idea of PAS-Umno unity talks since 2008, saying that the Islamist party would be better off with Umno as both parties shared similar ideals.

The PAS leadership have for now rejected the idea of joining Umno or BN, driving the point home several times during its recent PAS general assembly a few months back.

However, Umno president Datuk Seri Najib Razak vowed that Umno will maintain its dominance and rule over Putrajaya “no matter what the cost.”

In his stirring yet controversial policy speech at the recent Umno general assembly, Najib called on Umno delegates to defend Umno and BN’s control over federal power, claiming that they were ever-ready to take on a weakened Pakatan Rakyat.

Najib’s policy speech, which drew heavily on Umno’s past successes as a blueprint for future triumph, appears to have stirred the country’s oldest Malay party, as BN recently scored two big victories in winning the Galas seat as well as the Batu Sapi parliamentary seat.


What real joke and thinks PAS would fall into their desperation for survival. LOL

I think UMNO should join PAS. At least those same people do have some government posts to rule...under PAS after GE13.

Better not join. Some PAS members might even abandon Islamic teachings when they see they could get a share of $$$ from the UMNO bunch of cronies. More money corruptions this way!

Ahmad Maslan is talking with hot potatoes stuck in his throat. While UMNO is satanic, PAS is angelic. How could the two marry and become one. The result will be arsenic. If at all this happens (a bridge to far), Tok Guru will have to detox several times in a day to purge out the filth and bile brought about by the merger.

Umno says Pakatan government in Selangor is ‘worse than BN’

Umno has accused the Pakatan Rakyat (PR) Administration in Selangor of being “worse than BN” in practising cronyism and had clearly mismanaged public funds in the state development corporation (PKNS) and Yayasan Selangor.

“He [Mentri Besar Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim] says that he is the best Selangor menteri besar,” said Selangor opposition chief Datuk Seri Dr Khir Toyo (picture), who was the previous Mentri Besar in the Barisan Nasional (BN) Administration..

“But if he is the best Menteri Besar, I think that his Administration should not waste money like this,” he told I

Khalid Ibrahim was forced this week to deny his Administration was involved in spending an exorbitant amount for a Yayasan Selangor luncheon to celebrate its 40th anniversary.

The luncheon was scheduled for yesterday but was cancelled after the Selangor Sultan snubbed it over its exorbitant cost.

The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) has started investigations into Yayasan Selangor’s extravagant celebration.

Other allegations against Yayasan Selangor reportedly include the purchase of luxury cars, a RM170,000 buka puasa function; RM200,000 for clothes, RM320,000 on a Hari Raya event, and the closure of the Yayasan Selangor Skills Institute in Bagan Terap, Sabak Bernam due to insufficient funds.

On Friday, state secretary Datuk Ramli Mahmud said the Sultan of Selangor was told that Khalid, who is the Yayasan Selangor chairman, was not told of the event’s costs.

Today, Dr Khir also accused Khalid of being two-faced in his promises of transparency.

“I don’t think he (Khalid) is practising transparency in Selangor because he is not revealing everything, like all the wrongdoing by Yayasan Selangor and PKNS,” said Dr Khir.

“He talks about doing something but he does a different thing. He is very clever in public relations,” he added.

Dr Khir further lambasted Khalid for his refusal to reveal the state exco papers or giving of contracts, despite tabling a Freedom of Information (FOI) Act.

“If he says there is freedom of information, why is he practising the Official Secrets Act (OSA)? The exco papers and giving of contracts are under the OSA and cannot be revealed,” said Dr Khir.

The Umno man also accused Khalid of practising cronyism by appointing personal contacts to head state subsidiaries like PKNS, Yayasan Selangor, state-owned sand mining subsidiary Kumpulan Semesta Sdn Bhd (KSSB) and the Selangor Agriculture Development Corporation (PKPS).

“He appoints cronies in high Yayasan. In KSSB, (former adviser) Datuk Anwar Md Nor is his friend. In PKPS, the general manager Haji Ali (Ahmad) is also his crony,” said Dr Khir.

Selangor Umno deputy chairman Datuk Noh Omar said that the recent allegations of mismanagement of funds and cronyism against state subsidiaries revealed PR’s hypocrisy in managing the country’s wealthiest state.

“They (PR) did not fulfill their promises to practise transparency and avoid wastage for the people. They are worse than BN,” Noh told The Malaysian Insider today.

“They do not mean what they say and they do not say what they mean,” he added, using the Malay proverb ‘bikin tak serupa cakap, cakap tak serupa bikin’.

The agriculture and agro-based industry minister pointed out that complaints of public wastage and cronyism had cropped up in Khalid’s administration in just two years.

“BN’s administration (of Selangor) has been over 50 years. Mistakes are sure to happen,” said Noh.

“But, (PR) has administered Selangor for only two years. In just two years, there are all sorts of problems,” he added.

Allegations of cronyism and mismanagement of funds have recently surfaced against state subsidiaries like the Selangor State Development Corporation (PKNS) and Yayasan Selangor.

Last week, Hulu Kelang assemblyman Saari Sungib claimed that the PKNS management had appointed personal contacts to lead PKNS subsidiaries, and that the corporation had funded a RM520,000 wedding dinner for Malaysian astronaut Datuk Dr Sheikh Muszaphar Shukor last month.

State executive councillor Dr Xavier Jayakumar, however, defended Khalid’s administration by highlighting the state’s actions to address such allegations.

“It is transparent in the sense that we are reacting to complaints by the public. We are reacting to complaints of misappropriation of funds and allegations of overspending as far as these GLCs (government-linked companies) are concerned,” said Dr Xavier.


I can't believe that this bugger and his crony had the cheek to say what they are claiming. They are like a pack of Hyenas telling the herd of antelopes not to worry as they are vegetarians.

By saying that PR is "worse" than BN, in effect the UMNO men, by their own admission, are telling us that Selangor under BN-UMNO was indeed BAD.

We were not wrong in our judgement. That BN-UMNO was bad.

Now, let's do some comparison:

(1) The former BN Menteri Besar and some of his EXCO Members can afford to build Million Dollar mansions based on their existing salary and allowance (including the famous palace in Pandamaran, Klang). Tan Sri Khalid already has his mansion build based on his salary from his job as the former CEO of Kumpulan Guthrie. Theresa Kok still stays in a double storey terrace house with her parents in Jalan Ipoh.
(2) The former BN Menteri Besar made many "Lawatan Sambil Belajar" to places like the Disneyland in Florida with his entire family AND the maid.
(3) The previous BN State Govt built a millon dollar EXCO Village in Shah Alam but the EXCO members don't stay in it . Their family or relative do.

The above are only some examples of how "good" the previous BN Govt in Selangor was !!

BN: Enhanced health service for Sarawakians next year

Beginning next year, two hospitals, each costing RM300 million each, will be built in Sarawak to further enhance health facilities.

Health Minister Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai said the hospitals would be set up at Petrajaya in Kuching, and Limbang, under the first rolling plan of the 10th Malaysia Plan.

He said the two hospitals would be part of several new strategies to give a booster shot in the arm for Sarawak’s health facilities.

Liow was speaking to Bernama after visiting a site for a temporary clinic at Nanga Kemalih, about three hours drive from here today.

He said the ministry would also upgrade rural clinics and increase the number of medical assistants and nurses.

“For bigger hospitals like those in Lawas, Sarikei, Sibu and Kapit, the ministry would send the relevant specialists.

“It is very important that we solve congestion at, for instance, in Sibu which always receives referred cases from Sarikei, Kapit, Mukah and Betong hosipitals.

“We will engage 58 foreign specialists next year from Egypt, Pakistan and India. They are good doctors as we applied through their goverments for them, instead of getting them through advertisements,” added Liow.

On the shortage of ordinary doctors, he said, the problem would soon be addressed as the country was now training about 3,500 doctors annually, from the previous 700.

Liow, accompanied by Deputy Information Communication and Culture Minister Datuk Joseph Salang and senior officers from the health ministry and state health department, had earlier visited the Sarikei and Betong hospitals. — Bernama


Why always 'next year', 'after the next elections'/ And by the time we get there they always conveniently 'forget' all the empty promises that they made before the elections.
The world doesn't work like that anymore guys! With all the money that 'clepto Taib' and his cronies have stolen from Sarawak there could have been universal healthcare 20 years ago already.

Bridge collapse isolates Orang Asli community

About 400 Orang Asli have been isolated since the wooden suspension bridge linking their villages to the outside world collapsed four days ago.

Now they have to use sampans and other small boats to cross Sungai Belatok to send their children to school and fetch them home.

They are appealing to the government to repair the bridge as soon as possible, saying that the rain at this time of year makes the river “treacherous.”

The Orang Asli are from Kampung Pos Brooke Lama, Kampung Liak and Kuala Renggil, which are separated by the river from Sekolah Kebangsaan Pos Brooke, where their children study.

Fifty-one-year-old Ronggen Alang, who urged the government to act fast, said the bridge collapsed because of the rain, a mudslide and the swift waters of the swollen river.

“The rain fell non-stop for about six hours. The water level rose and there was a big mudslide. It was frightening and everyone stayed indoors,” he said.

He said the water was still high and the current swift and dangerous.

Raefaah Salam, 43, said that she used the river only because she had to, and on several occasions felt very afraid, especially when it suddenly rained.

She said the government should repair the bridge quickly to prevent any tragedy.

She dreaded the possibility of children falling from a boat. The depth of the river and the fast current would make it very difficult to save them, Raefaah said. — Bernama


The fate of the actual Bumiputera of the country. Wonder when the will wake up to demand their actual rights as they are the one who deserve the actual 30% equity and special rights to stand tall, not UMNO and its putra putris. Their welfare must be taken care as they are the first citizens of Malaysia.

Pakatan says BN damaged Selangor ‘beyond repair’

Pakatan Rakyat (PR) leaders have accused Barisan Nasional (BN) of damaging Selangor “beyond repair” during its previous Administration under Datuk Seri Dr Khir Toyo.

They have claimed that Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim’s current administration of the country’s wealthiest state is “far better” than the previous BN government that saw the construction of Dr Khir’s palatial home and his extravagant overseas trips that were allegedly made using public funds.

“(Dr Khir) Toyo has been the Menteri besar of Selangor for more than eight years. The damages that were done during his tenure were beyond repair and beyond imagination,” PKR secretary-general Saifuddin Nasution Ismail told The Malaysian Insider today.

“Toyo has no moral authority to comment about the performance of the state government of Selangor now,” he added.

Today, Dr Khir and Selangor Umno deputy chairman Datuk Noh Omar accused the PR Administration in Selangor of being “worse than BN” in practising cronyism and had clearly mismanaged public funds in the state development corporation (PKNS) and Yayasan Selangor.

Saifuddin, however, pointed out that Dr Khir had yet to explain how he managed to finance his multi-million ringgit mansion in Shah Alam.

“He did not explain how he got his mansion,” said the Machang MP.

“If you compare the RM300,000 expenditure by Yayasan Selangor, that is only the airfare for Khir Toyo, his wife, children and servants for his Disneyland trip,” he added.

Dr Khir had reportedly denied using state funds to pay for his children and maid’s trips to Disneyland Florida and Disneyland Paris in 2007 and 2004 that allegedly cost state subsidiary Permodalan Negeri Selangor Sdn Bhd (PNSB) RM1.7 million.

He had claimed that PNSB had only paid for him and his wife, and that the trips were technical trips as Selangor wanted to build a theme park in Bagan Lalang.

The former Menteri Besar has also reportedly claimed that he had bought his mansion for only RM3.5 million.

Saifuddin also highlighted the current government’s practices of establishing the Selangor Select Committee for Competency, Accountability and Transparency (Selcat) and appointing a BN representative to head the state Public Accounts Committee (PAC).

“The Selangor government now has established Selcat. Selangor is the only state in Malaysia now that has the opposition as the chairman of the PAC,” said Saifuddin.

Today, Dr Khir had also accused Khalid of practising cronyism by appointing personal contacts to head state subsidiaries like PKNS, Yayasan Selangor, state-owned sand mining subsidiary Kumpulan Semesta Sdn Bhd (KSSB) and the Selangor Agriculture Development Corporation (PKPS).

“The onus is now on Khir Toyo to furnish facts and evidence to the state government,” said Saifuddin, referring to Dr Khir’s allegations.

DAP publicity chief Tony Pua echoed Saifuddin’s views and said that PR’s administration of Selangor was “far better” than the previous BN government.

“We are far, far, far better than the previous BN Administration,” he said.

“We do not fear scandals about our mentri besar holding gigantic palaces...we do not tear down temples in a reckless fashion. Dr Khir himself has a palatial home in Shah Alam,” he added.

Pua also described the recent allegations of mismanagement of funds and cronyism against PKNS and Yayasan Selangor as a remnant of the previous BN administration.

“A lot of practices that were from the previous administration are still in existence today. If there is a critique that I have about the Selangor government, it is that we have not managed to get rid of all of it,” he said.

Today, Noh said that complaints of public wastage and cronyism had cropped up in Khalid’s administration in just two years.

Khalid was forced this week to deny his Administration was involved in spending an exorbitant amount for a Yayasan Selangor luncheon to celebrate its 40th anniversary.

The luncheon was scheduled for yesterday but was cancelled after the Selangor Sultan snubbed it over its exorbitant cost.

The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) has started investigations into Yayasan Selangor’s extravagant celebration.

Other allegations against Yayasan Selangor reportedly include the purchase of luxury cars, a RM170,000 buka puasa function; RM200,000 for clothes, RM320,000 on a Hari Raya event, and the closure of the Yayasan Selangor Skills Institute in Bagan Terap, Sabak Bernam due to insufficient funds.

Last week, Hulu Kelang assemblyman Saari Sungib also claimed that the PKNS management had appointed personal contacts to lead PKNS subsidiaries, and that the corporation had funded a RM520,000 wedding dinner for Malaysian astronaut Datuk Dr Sheikh Muszaphar Shukor last month.

The Petaling Jaya Utara MP pointed out, however, that the current state government was quick to address such complaints.

“At the state assembly, you find that when these things come about, a due inquiry is ordered straight away,” said Pua.

“There is no attempt to deny. There is no attempt to cover up,” he added.

He also said that the current Selangor government has “progressed tremendously” from the previous government, pointing out that land deals were now done through an open tender system.

“I think the Selangor state government has progressed tremendously from the times of the BN Administration. Land deals are done based on market prices and through open tenders,” said Pua.

Selangor DAP chief Ean Yong Hian Wah also claimed that Khalid’s Administration was more transparent than the previous BN government because of the Freedom of Information (FOI) Act and Selcat.

“The current Pakatan government is much more transparent than the previous government. We have the FOI Act and we have Selcat. This is the proof that shows we have the mechanism to make sure the government is transparent,” said Ean Yong.


BN knows where to look for the corrupt practices, because they were the ones who were practising it. (Takes a thief to catch a thief, so to speak).

Toyo has incriminated himself & BN for practising cronyism when he claimed the Selangor Administration is "worse than BN" in practising cronyism.
A clean up of Selangor State civil servants to make sure remnant of the previous administration is booted is long overdue. We cannot let a few bad apples to contaminate those institution. The rakyat want Khalid to take immediate action.

16 November 2010

Zaid confirms quitting PKR

Datuk Zaid Ibrahim, the former deputy president hopeful of the PKR (Parti Keadilan Rakyat) who announced that he is quitting the party following his withdrawal from the party election confirmed that he will be quitting the party. This came in the light of reports in various media that the party has yet to receive his resignation letter and that he will only confirm if he really will quit on Friday.

Zaid wrote on his blog that “I refer to today's headline by The Star newspaper. It is true that I will be quitting the party but I have yet to submit my formal resignation from the party. All will be clarified via a press release this Friday, 19th November, 2010.” According to Saifuddin Nasution, the secretary-general of PKR, “We have not received any letter from Zaid so far informing us of his intention to quit the party. It would not come as a big surprise to us. No, no, not at all,”


The latest today is that Zaid has resigned and also there is accusation from PKR that Zaid had registered a new party even before he entered the deputy presidency race in PKR. This Zaid is not to be trusted and I hope his party would not be invited to join the Pakatan Rakyat otherwise he can be a trojan horse for Pakatan rakyat as well. For all we know Zaid may well be a trojan horse planted by umno into PKR. After all, he had been in umno for 20 over years and suddenly being sacked and looking at his behaviour and demeanour, he is a man not to be trusted.

Elections are like war and criticising one's party when elections are near is stupidity and not democracy. I do not think Zaid is as stupid as that. He knows what he is doing and I am quite sure he is out to destroy the Opposition party. By forming a third party through Zaid, Umno hopes to win the next general elections as Zaid's party will put up candidates in all the constituencies and as such siphon off votes from the opposition.

Yayasan luncheon cost around RM300k and not RM800k as alleged

Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim, the Mentri Besar of Selangor has denied that some RM800,000 will be spent in the upcoming 40th anniversary luncheon event of the Yayasan Selangor. He said that instead, the cost is only estimated at around RM300,000. The Sultan of Selangor was supposed to have attended the luncheon but decided not to due to its high cost. Datuk Noh Omar, the deputy chairman of Selangor Umno commented on the exorbitant cost of the event.

Khalid said “The figure that was given to me was RM300,000. Let him (Noh Omar) come out and explain (the RM800,000 figure). In the last four years, the accounts of Yayasan Selangor were not audited,” Meanwhile, Shuhaimi Shafiei, the assemblyman of Sri Muda confirmed the figure reported by Khalid saying that “Ninety per cent has already been given to the contractor... about RM280,000 has been paid in two advances to one event management company. Twenty-five to 30 per cent as deposit is normal, but not until it is 80 or 90 per cent,”


Whether RM300k or RM800K, the damage has been done. Selangor PR should be careful with the appointment of officials as these official might be trojan horse to tarnish PR reputation. If no one find out they will pocket the money. If someone expose, mission accomplished.
Wonder why Selangor UMNO chief didn't question Toyol million RM trip to Europe and all the over spending in the AG report????
Selangor MCA secretary Wong also the same, why didn't see you question the above two matters???
The Chinese proverb " Thief cry Thief"

15 November 2010

Zaid Ibrahim quits PKR

In what was seen as a widely anticipated move, Datuk Zaid Ibrahim has announced that he is quitting opposition party PKR (Parti Keadilan Rakyat). Zaid recently joined the party polls where he contested for the deputy presidency’s position against vice-presidents Azmin Ali and Mustaffa Kamil Ayub. Zaid however withdrew from the from the race citing irregularities and fraud in the electoral process. Since then, he has also called for Azmin Ali and the de facto leader of PKR, Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim to leave the party as they are the major causes of the problems.

Zaid, who was sacked from Umno joined PKR where he believed that he could play a significant role in the ‘reformasi’ agenda. He represented the Pakatan Rakyat in the recent by-election of Hulu Selangor, where he was defeated by BN (Barisan Nasional)’s P Kalamanathan. Sincer withdrawing from the elections, many quarters have predicted that he will leave the party and has not ruled out the possibility of forming a new party they termed ‘Keadilan Baru’.


Not a serious leader ! No credibility ! Junk him !

A man uncertain of oneself shouldn't become a politician at the beginning. Knowing the ability to accept patience a must. To learn the suffering without becoming angry or upset a must. A man without principle is not welcome as a good fighter especially if you are from the opposition party.

14 November 2010

BN will ‘take the bulls by its horns’ to ensure policies implemented

Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin, the deputy prime minister said that the government is ready and is fully committed to ensure that policy changes which are difficult to get through be approved in light of the negative perception inflicted by the government among the people. He said that “As the global economy recovers, the political environment will be increasingly favourable for the government to make difficult but necessary economic decisions. The noise from the opposition to focus public attention on relatively minor non-economic legacy issues did not distract the government from its main mission of economic reforms.”

He cited the recent BN (Barisan Nasional)’s ‘twin-win’ of the by-elections of Galas and Batu Sapi as the benchmark to the people’s confidence of the ruling coalition. He said “The recent by-election wins in Galas (Kelantan) and Batu Sapi (Sabah) are a reflection of the Malaysian people’s support for the government and an endorsement of our reform programmes.” In a later press conference, he said “If a transformation is not done to the economy, the country will not be able to generate the required Gross National Income to achieve the developed nation target (by 2020), but the government has made its commitment to make this happen. We don’t want the opposition to politicise this issue as though this is (done) for the interests of certain groups or cynically this may be for certain quarters’ benefit. But the transformation process is inevitable. It must go on,”


The recent by-election wins in Galas (Kelantan) and Batu Sapi (Sabah) are a reflection of the Malaysian people’s support for the government .... it cannot use as a measuring yard for the BN. Only the results from the next general by election can be used as a measuring yard, one cannot says " to take the bulls by the horns".... oppps i am sorry only a bull can says " to take bulls by its horns". LOL

moooo he he he Ting.

Is moohaidin talking about FG policies or BN policies or Umno policies, it looks like Umno policies to me.

From Umno cronies policies;

1: We want free'milk'.

When a cup of free milk was sent to them, they rejected it and said " we want the milk to be inside a bottle with a pacifier". When the bottle of milk was sent to them, they refused to take it they want us to hold the bottle of milk so that they can suckle without holding the bottle".

When asked why do you guys behaved this way ... reply from Umno goons " Well this is part of our 'Umno ketuanan policies'. Yet they go round and cry " Umno boleh ".

cis cis cis cis cis

HR Minister refutes ‘not patriotic enough’ statement by Defence Minister

Datuk Dr S Subramanaim, the Minister of Human Resources has come out to defend the claims made recently by the Minister of Defence, Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi who said that the reason that there was such a low enrollment of Chinese and Indians in the military was because they were ‘not patriotic enough’. Subramaniam claims that Zahidi’s statement was not true and it was instead the fact that career advancement issues were the main reasons holding back Indians and Chinese from joining the forces.

He said “As for the non-Malays, let me state that we have received many complaints that their applications were rejected for several reasons including failure during physical tests. Other than that, the issue of promotion, especially among existing officers and men in the armed forces is also a factor that makes them less interested to join the armed forces as they have other options. As a community leader, I am saddened by the remarks, especially because it came from a community and national leader. We at MIC are willing to hold discussion with the Ministry of Defence and the armed forces to address the issue,”

Meanwhile, Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai, the deputy president of MCA said As a minister, he cannot doubt others' patriotism and loyalty. Instead, he should look into the ministry's recruitment system and find the root of the problem," while Datuk Mah Siew Keong, the vice-president of Gerakan said “The Defence Ministry to exhaust all plausible means, including soliciting non-governmental organisations and relevant groups to help recruit non-Malays into the military, instead of pinpointing fingers. Dr Zahid Hamidi's reasoning was "unfair and unwarranted." We certainly do not need such myopic views. It is more important to address the problem (if there is one). Publicity on the recruitment exercises will also be more effective,"


to those chinese and indians who supported the umno led government be it MCA, MIC, Gerakan and etc !! you all should feel utterly shamed for supporting the devils (umno) and you all should be refrained from calling yourself a chinese or indian !! you have betrayed your own race and look at how we all are being treated; they called us pendatangs, unpatriotic and all sort of bad names that one could ever imagine !!

are you all fcuking blind ?? couldnt you all see the umno scums you have bred for over 50 years have grown into an uncontrollable monsters which have been depriving our now and future generations rigths to be a dignified citizens of this country !! day in day out these umno malays have played around with the racist comments and it has never been about anything good to the chinese and indians !! wake up folks !! you all are gambling away your future generations' rights of citizenships by closing one eye on these monsters !!

PAS endorsing Muslims to eat pork – Zulkifli Noordin

The independent Member of Parliament of Kulim-Bandar Baharu Zulkifli Noordin drew more controversy to himself in the Dewan Rakyat where he accused opposition party PAS to of supporting Muslims consuming pork. In fact, he was pointing his accusation towards Dr Dzulkefly Ahmad, the PAS MP of Kuala Selangor when he (Zulkifli) defended the caning of the 10 year old pupil in Sarawak by the school administrator for bringing pork to school. He said “I know for a fact that the father of the student, Noor Azman Abdullah@ Baginda is a Muslim. He was a witness in Permatang Pauh’s case not too long ago. Noor Azman was also a PKR candidate in the past,”

Chong Chieng Chin, the Kuching MP then interfered and said that she can confirm that the boy is not a Muslim after speaking to the mother. Zulkifli then persisted with his accusations claiming that the Pakatan Rakyat is a party that supports Muslims consuming pork. Dzulkefly then called for the issue to be discussed in another forum as it should not be done in Parliament. Zulkifli then said “Inilah PAS, menggalakkan anak Muslim makan babi”


Im really not surprise of what Zulkifli has said in parliament. He has not only shown how idiotic he was but bring a shame to all malaysians! I really wonder if he had ever passed any international examination or have any proper education! (im pretty sure we know how good malaysia's education system is, especially when quantity is prefered rather than quality!) Just look at the USA, all of the top politicians are from prestige schools! Even our neighboring countries head of states are well educated!.

The Idiot, don't put words and facts into PAS mouth. PAS is always an Islamic party and will not agree to muslim eating pork. By the way. any proof that the father is a muslim? Even so, the child is not a muslim. Who give the right for the senior assistant to can that poor boy when he eats pork? If like that then given Jais a short gun to shoot those muslim caught for khalwat and zinah.
What kind of fucking stupid lawyer are you? You seem to live in ZAMAN BATU or the barbarian ear where everything can be solve by violence.

This munafik Zul Nordin is an evil person, he always put words into another mouth.

Not one in Pakatan Rakyat, especially PAS will ever defend a muslim who eat pork. Munafik Zul Noordin is exactly like TDM who accused PAS of letting the Chinese to rear pigs beside their (PAS) house just for the sake of luring more chinese supporters. Hey ! what is happening to our Islam in Malaysia ??? Why there are so many munafik around in our Umno and yet many muslim are so blind to see that !

About the child who bring pork to school; first it was not confirmed whether this child is a muslim or not . Second, even if this 10 years old child is a muslim, the teacher cannot canned this kid to times.... the teachers should talk to his parent, it is the fault of the parent and not the kid (so why canned the kid 10 times ? ) This is what Dr Dzulkefly Ahmad is trying to explain ... but that super MUNAFIK Zul Noordin put words into Dr Dzulkefly and said Dr Dzulkefly and PAS is trying to encourage muslim to take pork. In all my life, i never ever seen such a low scumbag munafik as low as Zul Noordin yet this SOB is wearing a white cap trying to show the world he is a God fearing person. We have seen many "wolf in sheep skin' but for Zul Noordin case it is a "devil in a holy apparel".

And to add salt to the injury, instead of letting Dr Dzulkefly further his explanation, he was sent out by our parliament speaker. By looking the the present situation, i think our Islamic value in BolehLand shall be gone down to gutter.

May 13 is a ‘sacred day’ – Utusan Malaysia

Umno owned newspaper Utusan Malaysia seems to be courting more controversy as an editorial on its newspaper has called on opposition party DAP to recognize the significance of the May 13, 1969 riots because they (Utusan) has describe the day as a ‘sacred day’. Zaini Hassan, the deputy editor-in-chief of the daily wrote in his column that the riots that took place was indeed a ‘blessing in disguise’, if not for that, then “wealthy businesses and the professional classes would be controlled by one race only.” He also wrote that it is because of the riots that bumiputeras were awarded businesses and overseas scholarships.

He wrote “The DAP Penang state government had acted unjustly against state Opposition Leader Datuk Azhar Ibrahim, suspending him from the Penang assembly for citing the May 13 incident in his speech. Why is Lim Guan Eng so afraid of people using the historical word May 13? It is a sacred day in the country, because of that day the people of various races in the country could be restructured to be more peaceful and prosperous. Because of that day, the New Economic Policy was formulated. If DAP is fated to rule Malaysia (May Allah protect us) the ISA (Internal Security Act) will be strengthened. I am not sure if DAP hates the NEP so much that it refuses to hear the date May 13 being mentioned. Guan Eng should not have been so fast in punishing the opposition leader. Azhar is much needed in the Guan Eng administration for check and balance,”

“Azhar should have also suggested to the Malaysian government for the sacred day May 13 to be incorporated in the compulsory Malaysian History subject. Therefore, if the May 13 ‘volcanic eruption’ did not take place in 1969 in Chow Kit Road and Kampung Baru, it could have erupted anytime now if not handled well. If it happens, it would be in bigger magnitude and more terrifying,”


Look at Azhar Ibrahim behaving like thugs(gangster), refuse to leave the State Assembly even being kicked out by the Deputy Speaker. We Malaysian did not see this when Gobind being expelled from Parliament? Sorry, I forgot already, the PENANG UMNO ARE MAKES OF GANGSTER!!!! Look how they burn KSK poster when he is the CM. How the idiot deputy chairman of KOMTAR Association challenge LGE to fist fight.


Utusan reminds me of the male monkeys. They will show off their behaviour of dominance by showing their teeth and holding their eyebrows high when confronted. When throw water at them, they run like chickens all over. They will keep doing it until another male monkey shows up for its territorial area and all will then disappear in the jungle

If May 13 is a ‘sacred day’, why not you suggest to UMNO to add one more public holiday and putting a wild celebration on the street as part of Ng Yen Yen effort to attract tourist to Bolehland? Stupid chimpanzee!!!

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