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18 May 2012

Shafie Apdal brought female artist more open than Umno ....ha ha ha...

Umno is more open than opposition, says Shafie Apdal

may be he more open with zahida.....RM 1.5 problem....

Umno is more open than the opposition in accepting dissenting views, said Umno vice-president Datuk Seri Mohd Shafie Apdal.

He said this could be attested by Umno president Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak's readiness to engage anybody as long as through orderly manner.

"He (Najib) could wake up at 2am to watch a football match with youths, monitor Twitter and Facebook, and interact with all," Shafie (picture) told reporters after presenting excellent service awards to 231 employees of the Rural and Regional Development Ministry here today.

On the contrary, he said the DAP did not extend the senatorship of former vice-president Tunku Abdul Aziz Tunku Ibrahim due to his criticism on the Bersih 3.0 rally while PAS sacked former Selangor PAS Commissioner Datuk Dr Hasan Ali for being critical on its leadership.

Mohd Shafie, who is also rural and regional development minister, said the people should use proper channel to voice their views, instead of holding demonstrations or resorting to unbecoming behaviour.

On the National Key Result Areas on improving basis rural infrastructure, he said to date 27,000 rural households received electricity supply and 79,000 households received clean water supply






Open = Rampant corruption, Abuse of power, threaten for revoking media if report news that is government view and whole lots more..

Please list out an example that shows that government is open.

Guan Eng defends banning UMNOPORNO 's toilet paper in Penang...


Lim Guan Eng today defended Penang’s decision to ban Umno-owned Utusan Malaysia, calling it a “party organ” masquerading as a newspaper following criticism that the Pakatan Rakyat (PR) bloc does not guarantee media freedom.

On Wednesday, the Centre for Independent Journalism (CIJ) said in its report that a Pakatan Rakyat-led government was no guarantor of media freedom due to its banning of Utusan in Penang and Kelantan.

But the Penang chief minister insisted today that when it came to media freedom, newspapers must “walk the talk”.

“When you talk about newspapers, you have to be clear, are they newspapers or party organs? You cannot have party organs that masquerade as newspapers,” he told reporters at a press conference here.

“Utusan Malaysia is not a newspaper. It is a party organ because they don’t give you right of reply.”

He cited Utusan’s yearly reports that Penang had banned a march to commemorate Prophet Muhammad’s birthday as proof of the newspaper’s false reporting and reluctance to allow him to reply to its articles.

“Every year, Utusan says (the march) is banned, when actually it isn’t. Penang people know (that it is not banned). Penang Malays laugh because they themselves marched in it.”

Lim, who is also DAP secretary-general, said that despite refuting the newspaper’s articles on the matter, Utusan only stopped reporting it after he had sued them and won the case.

But he pointed out that as he could not sue Utusan “every day” for its “false reports”, he was left with no option but to bar its reporters from covering the state government proceedings in Penang.

“Even when I sue and won the case, they still continue. What can I do? It’s an act of self defence. I have no choice but to say ‘please don’t cover me and print my news’,” he said.

“It’s okay with me because I’m scared of you. I throw my hands up. Don’t cover me because you don’t give me the right of reply,” he said.

The Penang legislative assembly adopted a motion in May 2011 barring Utusan from covering its proceedings following unverified reports on the renovation costs of Lim’s rented residence, and an alleged plot by the DAP and Christian pastors to change the country’s official religion to Christianity.

BN 's robbers and thieves movie....PKFZ witness interviews postponed



Tun Dr Ling Liong Sik failed today to interview Datuk Seri Rais Yatim in his defence over three cheating charges in the Port Klang Free Zone (PKFZ) scandal as “the minister is not free,” his lawyer said.

The former MCA president was ordered to enter his defence after being charged in July last year with knowingly deceiving the Cabinet into approving the purchase of land for the PKFZ in 2002, resulting in wrongful losses that could eventually cost taxpayers up to RM12.5 billion.
“It has been taken off. The minister is not free,” Dr Ling's lawyer, Wong Kian Kheong, said over the phone.

Former premiers Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad and Tun Abdullah Ahmad Badawi and current Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak are among 12 Cabinet ministers from 2002 on the defence’s witness list.

The others on the list who are still in Cabinet are Rais and Tan Sri Bernard Dompok while former ministers include Tan Sri Dr Leo Moggie anak Irok, Tan Sri Abdul Kadir Sheikh Fadzir, Datuk Seri Shahrizat Abdul Jalil, Tan Sri Musa Mohamad and Tun Dr Lim Keng Yaik.

Wong also said that Leo Moggie, Shahrizat and Dr Lim have been interviewed on May 11 while Musa and Dr Mahathir are scheduled to be interviewed on May 25 and 28, respectively.

The High Court here had in March ordered Dr Ling to enter his defence after ruling that the prosecution had established a prima facie case.

The former transport minister is accused of deceiving the Cabinet into believing that the terms of purchase — at RM25 psf and 7.5 per cent interest — were acknowledged and agreed to by the Valuation and Property Services Department (JPPH) despite knowing that there was no such agreement.

But the court has said there was no need to call all ministers present during the Cabinet meeting relating to the land purchase, saying that the subject matter was specific — on acquisition of the said land and at what price.

Dr Ling is scheduled to enter his defence between June 18 and July 18.

He faces up to seven years’ jail and a fine if convicted of the principal charge under section 418 of the Penal Code.

Since December 2009, six individuals have been charged over the PKFZ scandal including Dr Ling and his successor as transport minister, former MCA deputy president Tan Sri Chan Kong Choy, who is also accused of lying to the Cabinet.

The project was initially tagged at RM1.1 billion after it was mooted by Dr Ling in 1997, but more than quadrupled to RM4.6 billion by 2007.

A position review by top accounting firm PricewaterhouseCoopers revealed in 2009 that the total cost including interest from debt repayments could reach RM12.5 billion.






No point for Ling to call former and present PMs as witnesses. Dr M will say "I can't remember"....Badawi will say "I was taking a nap" and Najib will say "I'll have to check with my wife".

But the wife looks like "God help him?" Anyway, he is one of the many BN team members called the CABINET. They SWIM as a team, its only FAIR that they SINK as a team. He has to spill the guts to reduce his guilt!!

17 May 2012

UMNOPORNO circus come to town...Ahmad Maslan urges all Malays in DAP to quit party and join UMNO....ha ha ha...this is the bastard thinking of Ahmad Maslan...!!!


The resignation of DAP vice-chairman Tunku Abdul Aziz Tunku Ibrahim proves that the Malays have no place in that opposition party, says Umno information chief Datuk Ahmad Maslan.

In this regard, the deputy minister in the Prime Minister’s Department is calling on the small group of Malays in DAP to quit the party as it “has no respect for the other communities”.

Ahmad (picture) said he left it to Tunku Abdul Aziz if he was interested to join Umno.

Ahmad, who is also Pontian member of parliament, was speaking to reporters after welcoming the Sultan of Johor, Sultan Ibrahim at Kampung Parit Puteri Menangis, here, today in conjunction with the Kembara Mahkota Johor 2012 programme.

He was commenting on Tunku Abdul Aziz’s resignation from DAP after being rebuked by the party’s top leadership for expressing dissenting views on the opposition-backed Bersih 3.0 rally recently.

He said the DAP’s action of getting a few Malays to join the party was just to give the public the impression that it was a multi-racial party.

“And although DAP is called Democratic Action Party, it does not practise democratic principles even within the party.”

He said, meanwhile, there was increasing support for the BN government from the Chinese community as they were attracted to Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak’s 1 Malaysia concept.

“This was shown by the presence of about 2,000 Chinese residents in Bakri, Muar at a dinner function organised by the local Barisan Nasional leaders yesterday.

“Personally, it was a surprise for me as this (Bakri) is a DAP stronghold,” he said






when BN circus come to town,usually lots of peoples. Coz there is free transport,makan & you know why there are lots of people . voteing is another thing.ha ha.

Truth be told, more Malays from UMNO should go join PAS to walk the right path with them.

Don't try to fish in troubled waters Mazlan. Umno itself is no better, it will not tolerate differing views and has double standards, one rule for themselves and another for others..Najib says he doesn't accept minority views, but Nazri accepts with open hands the views of a small disgruntled minority who opposed the Bar Council where tlhe majority passed a resolution condemning the Police for high handedness in the Bersih Rally. He want a separate Bar Academy to oppose the Bar Council, just because a tiny minority spoke out. What double standards are you practising UMNO??

“This was shown by the presence of about 2,000 Chinese residents in Bakri, Muar at a dinner function organised by the local Barisan Nasional leaders yesterday."
This statement is not true. The dinner was charity fund-raising dinner organized by Lions Renal Centre and not organized by BN. I know coz' i was at the dinner. Lies!!!

Tunku exit has nothing to do with Malay support for DAP or Pakatan. If you are smart enough, you would have known that Tunku being elevated to Vice Chair and senator have not shown any significant contribution.

Malays are no longer being fooled by your dumb propaganda where everything is tied to the Malays. The modern day Malays know that their very own survival in the future is in jeopardy with thieves pillaging the country for over 50 years already.

if you already confident of getting support, why is very difficult to run a clean election...

As polls loom, Najib seizes a chunk of social media

With over one million Facebook friends and 500,000 Twitter followers, Datuk Seri Najib Razak appears to have gained a solid footing in the social media networks which have become the latest battleground for support in the coming general election.

According to the monitoring website, the prime minister gets over 1,100 Facebook fans a day and some 40,000 people spoke about him in a day on that social media network this past week.

Najib now has one million Facebook friends and 500,000 Twitter followers.
Last Saturday, Najib took an hour off from running the country to discuss football with four Twitter followers over nasi lemak and teh tarik, an indication that the prime minister finds such networking vital in reaching out to voters.

Party strategists and analysts say he is not far off the mark there — in an increasingly technologically savvy world, more Malaysians are turning to the Internet to learn more about the lives of those helming the country.

This turn of events has lead to politicians setting up Facebook, Twitter and even YouTube accounts en masse so that they can virtually reach out to the people, bypassing the mainstream media which has seen dropping circulation for newspapers and shrinking audiences for the pro-government broadcasting stations. RTM recently began a mobile television service to connect with younger audiences whose lifestyle does not keep them at home during prime-time news broadcasts.

“In the old days, politicians relied on newspapers to update the people. But now everything is done through Facebook,” said Professor James Chin, who heads social sciences at Monash University in Bandar Sunway, Petaling Jaya.

“All politicians, whether they like it or not, must have a Facebook page,” he added.

Chin told  that in Najib’s case, he was doing it on a “more sophisticated level” because he has staff handling his accounts for him.

“It gives him the aura of being someone up to date and hip. He’s reaching out, he’s in tune with the times, in tune with young people and new technology.”

But, he said, such efforts by Najib, while good for his image, might not necessarily translate to more ballots for Barisan Nasional (BN) given that online social networks are dominated by youngsters not yet legible to vote.

Chin said the social media efforts by Najib might not necessarily translate to more ballots for BN.
For instance, Najib’s 500,000th Twitter follower whom he had breakfast with, Anwaruddin Izzuddin, is merely 15 years old.

Coincidentally, the BN Facebook page has less than 24,000 fans, with a growth rate of just over 100 a day, 10 per cent of its popular chairman. It is understood that BN is looking at several strategies to make itself popular in all social media sites in the next few weeks ahead of the general election.

Political analyst Ong Kian Ming also pointed out that while social media is necessary for political campaigning, no amount of Facebook “likes” could garner votes for BN if Najib fields unpopular candidates in the next general election.

The USCI lecturer stressed that strong online presence was necessary for all politicians in BN to ensure their success in the general election.

“A lot of young people, even those in rural and semi-rural areas, have social media accounts. And these people tend to be apolitical. So this is an opportunity for them to win over voters,” he told The Malaysian Insider.

He said that while Najib dominates the social media networks by virtue of the resources he commands as prime minister, opposition leaders appeared to be using such networks more effectively.

“Barisan Nasional slogans such as 1 Malaysia, ETP and even the recent Umno anniversary where they say 100,000 people turned up... none of that resonates with the people so much,” said Ong.

Ong said strong online presence was necessary for all politicians in BN to ensure their success in the general election
“But when people’s Facebook timelines are flooded with videos and pictures of Bersih, for example, it is much more effective in capturing people’s eyeballs and attention.”

The authorities have also gone in a big way to counter those videos, with the police uploading a series of video clips during Bersih and for days after the April 28 rally. RTM has also recently produced a documentary on the rally but it was initially only broadcast over television.

One way politicians could win votes through social media networks, Ong suggested, was to use the social media to engage with the people rather than to push political messages.

“They should share their lifestyle, show that they do what regular people do. For example, (Umno Youth chief) Khairy Jamaluddin tweets about watching football,” he said.

“Since it takes a certain skill to not sound inane, they have to make themselves come off as interesting, by identifying with a social trend in a more personal aspect. They can’t just tweet that they’re having nasi lemak or are watching a movie,” he added.

He also said BN should rely less on cybertroopers and negative campaigning on the Internet.

“That is what I think the mainstream media is good for, so if BN replicates that on the Internet, they are not reaching new ground,” he said.






I am a fan and follower of Najib in FB and Tweeter. I did that bcos wana follow his news and view his update and photo...So what? My vote will never go to him.

Maybe the Polis can upload a video on how to use c4 and UN sanctioned tear gas on unarmed citizens.

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