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04 August 2012

This tengku is scoundrel .....already drunk fooling...He thought people do not know....Problematic Umno divisions at minimal level, says Tengku Adnan


Umno secretary-general Datuk Seri Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor said the number of problematic Umno divisions has dropped to a minimal level.

He said that in the past, there were many Umno divisions that were having problems, but the number had dropped to a minimum following discussions held between the divisions concerned and the party president as well as the deputy president.

“Such Umno divisions required ‘treatments’, that is why we arranged several meetings with the party president and deputy president. Problematic Umno divisions have now dwindled after they understood and appreciated the party’s struggles,” he told reporters after opening the delegates’ meeting of the Seremban Umno division here today.

He was confident that Umno would subsequently be stronger especially in facing the 13th general election.

He said if Umno itself was united and strong, other people would not be able to ‘knock it down’.

Meanwhile, he said out of the total of 121 Umno divisions nationwide, 42 had already held their respective delegates’ meeting so far.

The Umno divisional delegates’ meeting must be held between August 1 and September 16.





WHO would ADMIT that their house IS NOT in order? Why do you have to come out to make all these statements if everything are NORMAL?? Only the guilty would come out to deny! We got the message! Thank you!

no matter.......UMNO tribes celebrate independence alone......Putrajaya sticks to N-Day theme, insists it fulfilled promises

The Najib administration is adamant on using the “Janji Detepati” (Promises Fulfilled) theme for the coming National Day celebrations, and refusing to entertain criticisms that it contained political overtures by the ruling Barisan Nasional (BN).
In a statement carried by Bernama here, Information, Communication and Culture Minister Datuk Seri Dr Rais Yatim insisted that the theme was appropriate as it was his ministry’s responsibility to interpret the nation’s successes for the past half a century.

“The government’s promises to the people [have] been fulfilled. During the anniversary of independence, this matter should be appreciated and celebrated, and the deeds of past struggles should also be remembered. Merdeka!” he was quoted as saying by the national news agency.

Rais added that the choice of the contentious slogan, read in full as “55 years of independence, Promises Fulfilled”, had been a Cabinet decision.

“The opposition and its alliance will feel the heat, going by the slogan, as they do not have a track record of achievement.

“What was played up by The Malay Mail was a political protest which was unhappy with the government’s achievements and successes, so far,” he was quoted further by Bernama.

The government’s chosen theme of “Janji Ditepati” for this year’s National Day celebrations has drawn intense criticism from the opposition and Malaysians.

Its logo and theme song have also attracted intense mockery and scrutiny, with claims that the latter was copied from an Indonesian gospel song.

Pakatan Rakyat (PR) leaders have accused the BN government of hijacking the national celebration to promote its political agenda and of abusing government resources for campaigning purposes.

In retaliation, the opposition pact of PKR, DAP and PAS announced its own alternative theme on Wednesday ― “Sebangsa, Senegara, Sejiwa” (One nation, one country, one soul) ― following suggestions from the public last Friday.

The selection was made by a committee chaired by national laureate Datuk A. Samad Said, and included members such as former minister Tan Sri Abdul Kadir Sheikh Fadzir, Datuk Dr Toh Kin Woon, women’s rights activist Ivy Josiah and ex-Suhakam commissioner Tan Sri Simon Sipaun.

PR de facto leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim said on Thursday that the federal opposition was willing to abandon its alternative theme if Putrajaya decides to use a more inclusive slogan instead of “Promises Fulfilled”.

He had also disagreed that PR’s decision to come up with its own theme would divide Malaysians, pointing out that calling for the spirit of unity should not be considered divisive.

“Those who preach sectarianism... that is clearly divisive, so I don’t think we should equate these two slogans as the same.

“How can you suggest, for example, our motto calling for one nation, one soul... as divisive?

“This is a challenge to Umno and BN leaders to reconsider their sectarian, parochial or partisan approach,” he had said.






Malaysians, UMNO is hijacking our agenda again. Merdeka is ours to celebrate, not for UMNO to trumpet, more so when UMNO has done so much harm to our nation.

We must punish UMNO/BN for being so, so kurang ajar.

For once, we must get rid of UMNO/BN to teach BN/UMNO a lesson they will never forget.

Najib is mocking himself. Everyone knows that he could not fulfill on what he had said and promised. Attending pop concerts and becoming a temporary santa claus is not promises to be fulfill.

In your dreams, Rais!

There was a poll conducted by a mainstream paper, the very same one Rais mentioned, and 99% of the votes were cast for Pakat's "Sebangsa, Senegara, Sejiwa". Only 1% voted for Rais' nauseating "Janji Ditepati".

The rakyat are certainly not fooled by Rais' rubbbis and attempt to spin. Is he trying to fool himself?

Using the National Day for the purpose to upstage political opponents shows the level of childish imbecilic attitude of the Government Ministers. Shameful display of arrogance.

31st Aug N-day is for all, irregardless of affiliation race, creed, colour or politics, it's for all Malaysians.

30 July 2012

stupid got ahmad maslan.....they can not stand the blood sucking of the people...

Disloyal members should go, says Ahmad Maslan



Umno information chief Datuk Ahmad Maslan today described the departure of two Sabah MPs from the Barisan Nasional (BN) as more of a personal problem.

He said people not loyal to the coalition were not needed because they would be regarded as the enemy within and it would be better for them to leave the party.

Ahmad was referring to Beaufort MP Datuk Seri Lajim Ukin and Tuaran MP Datuk Seri Wilfred Bumburing.

Lajim announced on Saturday that he was quitting as an Umno supreme council member, Beaufort Umno Division chief and Beaufort BN chairman but remaining as an Umno member and as the federal deputy housing and local government minister.

Bumburing announced yesterday that he was resigning from the United Pasokmomogun Kadazandusun Murut Organisation (Upko) of which he had been the deputy president.

Both the leaders have claimed association with the federal opposition and indicated they would set up the so-called Sabah Reform Front.

Ahmad said party struggle and interests should take precedence over personal interests.

“It is just an isolated problem because there are many others who can replace them. The people’s support (for the BN) is growing,” he told reporters here. — Bernama






"Party interests should take precedence over personal interests??" Another clown talking through his other side! May we ask HOW DID ALL THE WARLORDS BECOME MILLIONAIRES??if no personal interests are involved?

Ahmad that is why they are leaving they cannot tahan you your fellow members blood sucking the rakyat leh.

good it is ....child pimps in gambling tycoons...father pimps in liquor tycoons...Najib honours Razak legacy with new RM26b KL financial district


The prime minister unveiled the city’s new financial district today — the Tun Razak Exchange or TRX — with a gross development value of RM26 billion that will offer a clutch of incentives such as 100 per cent income tax exemption, in a bid to transform the nation’s capital into a regional financial hub and a top 20 global liveable city.

The exchange, named after the country’s second prime minister and Datuk Seri Najib Razak’s father, is the new name for the Kuala Lumpur International Financial District (KLFID) and is spearheaded by the wholly government-owned strategic development agency 1MDB.

1MDB said that more than RM3.5 billion worth of foreign direct investment (FDI) will flow in under phase one of TRX, which will be designed to be a world-class living and working environment.
The new district is located on 70 acres, off Jalan Tun Razak, and offers financial incentives and a pedestrian-friendly green environment in a bid to attract local and international talent to base themselves at the exchange.

Najib said TRX will help position KL as a nucleus of global talent, a centre for new technologies and a focal point for exchange of ideas and information.
“What began as an idea for KLFID has evolved into something larger and more inclusive,” he said.

He added that it will become a “haven” for new investment and encompass world-leading international design and progressive planning tenets.

“Its buildings and infrastructure will conform to the highest levels of sustainability; pedestrians will be able to walk and play in green public areas; and it will have seamless links to public transport including the MRT,” he said.
The prime minister said the government will conduct a comprehensive review of business regulations in support of TRX.

“Anything that contributes to future progress stays and anything that is outdated goes,” he said.
While TRX has grand ambitions, it will, however, have to compete against established financial centres like Singapore’s Raffles Place and its new Marina Bay financial centre, which enjoy a decades long head start and are already cemented as the region’s financial hub.

TRX will also have to guard against being called a “property-play”, which was one of the criticisms levelled for years against another of Malaysia’s hub projects, the Multimedia Super Corridor.
To avoid being dismissed as just a real estate project, TRX will have to ensure that it is not just about buildings but more about the human resources it can attract and the type of innovative environment it can foster.
Najib, however, appeared committed to the project’s triumph.

“The government will go out of its way to ensure that the exchange is a success,” he said.
He noted that Malaysia also enjoyed an edge in Islamic finance, which has grown to become a RM1 trillion industry, of which Malaysia accounts for RM400 billion.
Najib said more incentives are in the pipeline in addition to those announced in last year’s Budget, which included an income tax exemption of 100 per cent for 10 years.

He also said that a special task force led by Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Tan Sri Nor Mohamed Yakcop will be in charge of ensuring the co-operation of government machinery.
“We remain steadfast in our commitment to creating a large, vibrant and successful financial district in Kuala Lumpur,” he said.






Changed name from KLFID to Tun Razak Exchange ?
Why Tun Razak ? Because he was your father ?
Why not KL Xchange or even Armani Xchange ? or
What rubbish !

When we read about this ambitious projects, we begin to understand why Proton, PKNZ, Toll and other ludicrous money sucking projects by BN from the rakyat have to go on. Otherwise they won't have money to build their self glorifying projects. If only they created capital from actual international investments where the income came from foreign investments and not from the rakyat.

another white elephant to rob rakyat's money

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