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16 September 2012

when the head gangster said his gang has doing good service to the people...are we supposed to believe a wolf in the sheep's clothing said ...???

PM says BN has brought good changes for Malaysia

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak said today Malaysia certainly welcomed change, but change that was well-structured, organised and systematic and not disorganised and chaotic.

“We want change that can bring a real change and real progress, not one that is disorganised and chaotic,” he said at the ground-breaking for Sarawak’s latest university, the Sarawak University College of Technology, at Old Airport Road, here.

Najib (picture) said there were people who preached about bringing change to the country with the next general election.

“Solely for the sake of winning votes, they will promise the people the sun, the moon and even the entire galaxy system.

“But, it is the Barisan Nasional government that has done so much in bringing about change, and even folks in our rural areas are enjoying the good change.

“We will do more for the future because it is a long-term process and cannot be done in a jiffy. We will deliver what we have promised,” he said.

Najib said the government did not need any newcomer or any Johnny-come-lately to bring about change in the country.

He said that in Sarawak, for instance, the BN government had done very well because it had a real partnership between the federal and state levels.

“Our partnership works because we come from the same family and this will ensure our success.

“We want more development and ‘penglikun’ (security, in Iban) for a more comfortable and better life for the people,” he said.

Touching on development in the field of education, he said the federal government had never rejected any request from the state government to set up more universities and institutions of higher learning.

“When I was the education minister, I approved requests from Chief Minister Tan Sri Abdul Taib Mahmud and his government to establish the Curtin University branch campus in Miri and then the Swinburne (University of Technology, Sarawak) in Kuching.

“Now, my successor Datuk Seri Mohd Khaled Nordin is giving the government approval for the setting up of this Sarawak University College of Technology,” he said.

Najib said one of the critical success factors of a country or a state was the number of students who had been given quality education and equitable access to it. He gave the assurance that the government would continue to develop, invest and improve on the country’s education system as there were always many new fields coming up.

“We need to prepare them (the people) for jobs that are yet to exist,” he said.






Najib, what good changes you talking about???

Rakyat are having more hard time to find money to pay housing and car debts and cost of living keeping increasing! Crime are getting worst and education standard dropping! Rapists can get away! Corruption is rampant! National debts getting bigger and bigger!

If it is not chaotic under BN, I don't know what is. Just look at the education system. The flip flopping and the teaching of false history is causing our young people to be disadvantaged. All the mega projects are so chaotic and done purposely chaotic to hide the millions and billions that are siphoned off into BN and cronies pockets.

KL is a constant traffic nightmare. Penang the same except improvements since DAP took over. The only real partnership between federal and state is how much each BN people gain in their pockets. Just look at Penang. We don't need any partnerships and the budget has excess and real improvements in the state. I'm sick of listening to whining. Time to put the whining animal down.

The rakyat want a change from the corrupt practices of the BN govt. They want a govt that works for the betterment of Malaysia for all Malaysians.

Former Federal Deputy Minister joins PKR

Datuk Yahya Lampong, a former federal deputy minister, has joined Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR), it was announced last night by PKR de facto leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim.

Anwar made the announcement at a Malaysia Day celebration organised by the opposition pact in Dalit, near here.

Yahya, who had joined Umno after Usno was dissolved, was present at the event. Also present were former Umno Supreme Council member Datuk Seri Lajim Ukin and former United Pasokmomogun Kadazandusun Murut Organisation (Upko) deputy president Datuk Seri Wilfred Bumburing.

Lajim and Bumburing, the MPs for Beaufort and Tuaran respectively, had defected to the opposition earlier.

Yesterday morning, Anwar also announced that corporate figure Tan Sri Ibrahim Menudin had joined PKR in Labuan.






The problem is that we've seen what bad cherries can do, e.g. the Perak frogs and, worst of all, Ibrahim Bloody Ali. If defections help Pakatan in the coming elections, all well and good. But there are long-term risks behind the short-term gains. We can only hope Anwar knows what he's doing.

just one thing....What is worrying me is that what had Anwar promised these people? Can these people be trusted after the next GE? Will they hold PR at ransom if their demands are not met?

As long as they do not demand for Federal posts after the next GE, then I am okay. If not, big worry ahead. Remember that you need all parties to tango, and without DAP and PAS, it's just back to square one all over again.

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