Monday, September 26, 2016

Hishamuddin Rais so Rosmah's physical and her twin peak appearance.did disturb you

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So Rosmah's physical and her twin peak appearance.did  disturb you ?

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Activist Hishamuddin Rais 

Cheeky Malaysia first lady secret weapon giving Malaysians dirty thoughts


came under fire for making personal remarks against Rosmah Mansor, the prime minister's wife, rather than focusing on alleged misdeeds of her husband Najib Abdul Razak.
In particular, a member of the audience at a panel discussion on '' yesterday cited Hishamuddin's tendency to make sexist remarks, including against Rosmah.
The issue was raised in context of perceived blurred lines when using comedy as a social commentary tool.
A visibly flustered Rosmah said, "Every year we are dumped with useless gifts. We don't know what to do with them so we pass them on 
 This is nothing but corruption and things need to be changed. Malaysia's first lady  has been patient for so long but enough is enough!" But there is a deeper, more crucial point that needs to be highlighted. Having analysed Rosmah’s meteoric rise, right from  when she cunningly capitalised on the outrage against by deftly maneuvering herself into the the first lady’s chair,  to the point where she squandered her goodwill by attempting to blackmail Najib political opponents, Najib’s brand of politics conveys an insidious sense of hypocrisy laced with pessimism about Malay’s future. He seems to believe that  is still stuck in a socialist-era time warp, a depressing time when the aam admi dreamt about government largesse to light his hearth. A bygone era (thank God), when telephone connections took years to be approved and gas-connections were an achievement you could flaunt in a matrimonial advertisement. The Rosmah’s appeal would have been obvious and even appreciable in a time like that – harassed Sharizat would have found a safe haven in Rosmah’s scheme of things. A dharna here and a dharna there, could easily have spurred the shameless Rosmah out of his perennial inertia 
 is very rich in valuable natural resources. And one of the most valuable of these natural resources
 particularly when it comes to election time   Malaysian Kabali Crown of Clown MinisterTengku Adnan, his "Hindustani play acting".continues
 
 Malaysian Kabali Crown of Clown MinisterTengku Adnan, his "Hindustani play acting".continues


Nazir Razak still caught between cliché and spasm


In the Euromoney article entitled, "CIMB's Nazir battling Malaysia’s demons", there is also a Game of Thrones-inspired image of a Malay warrior in the middle of two armies.it’s not about rags to riches but about riches to rags.
Failing to respond this time would encourage as if I not not capable enough to deal with any situation.with global political scenario today different.Commenting on this in an Instagram posting, the banker remarked: "Although flattering me with the super-muscular appearance, the artist is not giving me much chance of survival, in the middle of two fierce-battling forces! Oh well, so long as I think I did right by Dad's legacy and kids are proud."






In the Euromoney article entitled, "CIMB's Nazir battling Malaysia’s demons", there is also a Game of Thrones-inspired image of a Malay warrior in the middle of two armies.Commenting on this in an Instagram posting, the banker remarked: "Although flattering me with the super-muscular appearance, the artist is not giving me much chance of survival, in the middle of two fierce-battling forces! Oh well, so long as I think I did right by Dad's legacy and kids are proud.""Investors today have a choice. They have vast choice. And Malaysia, even with everything else being equal, has a challenge, because we are a small economy, and we have strength but we also have this weakness that we are relatively small."If I set up in Indonesia, I've got a market of 200 million people. Malaysia's 10 percent of that."I've always maintained Malaysia has to work harder, much harder than the bigger markets. And a situation like that… when investors see something like the 1MDB fiasco, and don't understand it, they are left to question whether Malaysia condones the weak governance practices that were evident, and [they] have questions about the big institutions. It makes it difficult for us to promote Malaysia," he said.Responding to the revelation that linked him to the 1MDB issue, which prompted the banker to go on leave pending CIMB's internal probe, Nazir said he was upset to have found himself in that position.
"We have our own laws and regulations and practices, so within that I knew I wasn’t doing anything wrong," he says. "But when the story came out in the WSJ, external observers were wondering: what on Earth is this? So that's why I had to take the step to clear my name."And the reason why this story comes up is because of the questions around the legitimacy of the funds that I was given, that's why it became a story. Without that, there's no story."
To a question, Nazir said he believed the money he had helped channel for his brother was campaign donation."And that may not be a done thing in all countries, but that happens in many countries in an election period."I'd say that I found it… it was upsetting to be dragged into this whole 1MDB controversy."I'd never in my wildest dreams thought that what I was asked to do had anything to do with 1MDB. So when the furore came out and it got linked to 1MDB, of course it was very upsetting, because I was determined that CIMB be nowhere near 1MDB," he saidThough being cleared of any wrongdoing on his part, Nazir, according to the article, suggested that from an international perspective viewpoint, it does not look normal for a bank chairperson to distribute US$7 million of contributions to political parties through his own account at the behest of a sibling prime minister.Every time we deal with CIMB now, this is going to be flagged by compliance and we will have to explain why," the magazine quoted one international banker as saying.Nazir was also questioned on how CIMB was affected by his name being linked to 1MDB, to which, he replied: "There are always incidents and challenges, and the key thing is how banks respond to them.”"In this instance it was very much a personal matter, and I dealt with it in that way. It wasn’t so much about CIMB; it was my account that happens to be in CIMB as you would naturally expect. I would like to think we've kept CIMB very much away from this whole thing."

What holds this pattern together is the unique ability of Najib to speak to a powerful if barely articulated need to be led by someone who shows no signs of doubt or weakness. By not engaging in any real dialogue or answering any questions, by using the codes of authority and power extensively and speaking on substantive issues only once in a while, Najib exudes an aura that now exists as an independent entity, one that is virtually exempt from having any of his actions seen as being connected to his image. His supporters are able to see in him whatever they wish to; he needs to hold his pose and not to do anything that would damage that aura. In other words, he needs to continue to look the part of Najib. virtually for the first time Najib’s support base asking questions of him. Indeed, an anticipatory disappointment has been haunting the by lanes of Twitter.  At stake is Modi’s reputation as someone strong and clear-headed, who will brook no nonsense from any quarter. Najib’s speech made it clear that the his government is unlikely to do anything precipitate. Instead of making bellicose statements, Najib chose instead to outline what he called a ‘tacit acknowledgement of the long standing principle of strategic restraint’. In other words, deal with the issue with the maturity and restraint that is expected of responsible governments.It is unlikely that the adoption of such a course of action will please the support base; indeed 
their shows and have in their unrestricted imaginations, successfully annihilated Mahathir and his gang 

 the envy of democratically elected leaders anywhere in the world. Even those that disagree with the extent of Najib’s popularity will be hard put to deny the intensity of the following that he commands. At a time when politicians have lost all respect, for a career politician to evoke such feelings is quite remarkable.

At the heart of Najib’s appeal lies his ability to exude an aura of strength and clarity. There is a strong sense that the weakness that many middle class Malaysians fear in themselves, is wholly absent in Najib. This is the one quality that sets Modi apart and gives his supporters a presumptive belief that makes it possible for them to see strength and clarity even where none might be on display.

And yet, a dispassionate examination of his actions since assuming office would show that there is little reason to believe thatNajib is looking to change things in any fundamental or radical way. That is not to say that his government has not acted at all, but only that there is little to show by way of discontinuous and bold change. On the economy, the changes have been present but the scale of ambition has been modest. It has become clear that the Najib government will govern in increments rather in leaps, that it will aim for rational continuity rather than fundamental overhaul with  
Finance Minister II Datuk Johari Abdul Ghani strongly behind 

The strategy of adopting incremental change at an official level while allowing a much unrulier discourse to prevail in the public domain helps creates a sense of change without actually bringing it about. The lack of radical change, whether it is in terms of electoral, economic or administrative reform, or in terms of bringing traditional right wing concerns to the fore,  is managed by an air of aggressive posturing and a careful shaping of perceptions. In the last few months, the government’s handling of media has become much more skillful, and after the adoption of the nationalist narrative, it has managed to have a sizeable chunk of media speaking aggressively on its behalf.

Says the bunch of clowns who deny PM who is MO1...

When you talk at umno gatherings you can tell your mythical stories but not to the Rakyat. The Elections Con-mission is run by the umno government and its only job is keep Najib in power so that he can continue to plunder the country


"Baling batu, sembunyi tangan" as the Malays would say to Adnan's statement. The EC is directly under the PM, who is president of UMNO. Who's Adnan trying to fool? Otherwise why redelineate? UMNO is desperate of a victory in GE14; it lost the popular vote in GE13. Without redelineation, it might lose the seats that could make it an opposition post GE14. Najib just needs to make a simple phone call to the EC chief to do the needful.
Of course UMNO/BN has nothing to do with the EC, after all the EC does not need to be told what to do. They are not that stupid that they must sit down with the UMNO/BN to discuss things. Such ways are the stupid ways of the Opposition, like the kajang Move and many other crappy things they done.
PKR secretary-general Rafizi Ramli watered down widespread concern in the opposition that the recent redelineation exercise by the Election Commission was to create more Malay majority seats.
According to many in the opposition, the move would benefit BN Umno has nothing to do with the Election Commission’s (EC) controversial redelineation proposal, said BN secretary-general Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor.

"We (Umno) have not done (what has been accused),"

"We are going to gather all protests according to the set guidelines and regulations," he said.

He was speaking to reporters after opening the Pasir Salak Umno division delegates' meeting in Pasir Salak today, which was also attended by its division chief Tajuddin Abdul Rahman.

He said BN will hold a special meeting on Thursday to allow the various component parties to air their views.

He said the meeting will be attended by the secretaries-general of the various BN parties nationwide to discuss any dissatisfaction they have to the proposal before any decision is made to hand their objections to the EC before Oct 14.

"Umno has also requested state Umno liaision committees which have problems (on redelineation) to gather all suggestions or protests and the outcome of a study will be forwarded to EC.

"If we could, we would ask EC to review the redelineation as several Umno divisions are also unhappy, similarly the opposition could also register their dissatisfactions with EC," he said.

'Normal exercise'

Tengku Adnan, who is also Federal Territories minister, said the redelineation of electoral boundaries was a normal exercise held every eight to 12 years, depending on the increase of voters in the country.

EC secretary, Abdul Ghani Salleh had earlier announced the redelineation exercise was conducted according to Clause (2) Article 113 of the federal constitution and amendments to clause (2) article 14 of the Sabah state constitution as gazetted on Aug 18.

According to Abdul Ghani, EC would be displaying the redelineation of electoral boundaries for the peninsula and Sabah for one month starting from Sept 15 to Oct 14.

The proposal has drawn fierce criticism from both side of the political divide for various reasons, from widening the malapportionment of constsituencies to turning mixed constituencies into Malay majority seats, said to benefit Umno.

The Selangor government yesterday announced they will take legal action against the EC for not giving them a satisfactory reply over the methodology used in the redelineation of the state.

Electoral reform coalition Bersih is holding a rally on Nov 19 and has invited politicians from both sides of the political divide to take part in its seven-week nationwide convoy to promote the event.

Everybody knows UMNO do not need to instruct EC what to do, EC knows what to do for UMNO e.g. why EC has to create 1 MP in area of 7,000 rakyats and 1 MP in area with 70,000 rakyats?

ts true UMNO is not involved in the exercise. But line between BN and UMNO is blurred. Access to information on voters pattern is in the hands of the Ministry. Otherwise why bother with numbering each voter slip. Secondly government should not even bother with postal votes belonging to police and the army. They should not even allowed to vote. Thirdly why not limit to each no of voters per constituency including urban sectors. One can hope that EC reads wrongly the behavioural patterns of voters. But in this business knowledge is king.

UMNO had no hand removing the AG, it had no hand appointing the new MACC chief, it had no hand enabling the hudud bill by Hadi to be tabled in parliament, it had no hand spending the RM2.6 billion in Najibs personal account. Similarly, Hitler had no hand in 6 million jews dying in the gas chambers .If yu belief this then you will also belief that, Alantunya abducted herself and blew herself up to smithereens with C4

Everybody knows UMNO do not need to instruct EC but secretary-general Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor.can

Says the bunch of clowns who deny PM who is MO1...

When you talk at umno gatherings you can tell your mythical stories but not to the Rakyat. The Elections Con-mission is run by the umno government and its only job is keep Najib in power so that he can continue to plunder the country


"Baling batu, sembunyi tangan" as the Malays would say to Adnan's statement. The EC is directly under the PM, who is president of UMNO. Who's Adnan trying to fool? Otherwise why redelineate? UMNO is desperate of a victory in GE14; it lost the popular vote in GE13. Without redelineation, it might lose the seats that could make it an opposition post GE14. Najib just needs to make a simple phone call to the EC chief to do the needful.
Of course UMNO/BN has nothing to do with the EC, after all the EC does not need to be told what to do. They are not that stupid that they must sit down with the UMNO/BN to discuss things. Such ways are the stupid ways of the Opposition, like the kajang Move and many other crappy things they done.
PKR secretary-general Rafizi Ramli watered down widespread concern in the opposition that the recent redelineation exercise by the Election Commission was to create more Malay majority seats.
According to many in the opposition, the move would benefit BN Umno has nothing to do with the Election Commission’s (EC) controversial redelineation proposal, said BN secretary-general Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor.

"We (Umno) have not done (what has been accused),"

"We are going to gather all protests according to the set guidelines and regulations," he said.

He was speaking to reporters after opening the Pasir Salak Umno division delegates' meeting in Pasir Salak today, which was also attended by its division chief Tajuddin Abdul Rahman.

He said BN will hold a special meeting on Thursday to allow the various component parties to air their views.

He said the meeting will be attended by the secretaries-general of the various BN parties nationwide to discuss any dissatisfaction they have to the proposal before any decision is made to hand their objections to the EC before Oct 14.

"Umno has also requested state Umno liaision committees which have problems (on redelineation) to gather all suggestions or protests and the outcome of a study will be forwarded to EC.

"If we could, we would ask EC to review the redelineation as several Umno divisions are also unhappy, similarly the opposition could also register their dissatisfactions with EC," he said.

'Normal exercise'

Tengku Adnan, who is also Federal Territories minister, said the redelineation of electoral boundaries was a normal exercise held every eight to 12 years, depending on the increase of voters in the country.

EC secretary, Abdul Ghani Salleh had earlier announced the redelineation exercise was conducted according to Clause (2) Article 113 of the federal constitution and amendments to clause (2) article 14 of the Sabah state constitution as gazetted on Aug 18.

According to Abdul Ghani, EC would be displaying the redelineation of electoral boundaries for the peninsula and Sabah for one month starting from Sept 15 to Oct 14.

The proposal has drawn fierce criticism from both side of the political divide for various reasons, from widening the malapportionment of constsituencies to turning mixed constituencies into Malay majority seats, said to benefit Umno.

The Selangor government yesterday announced they will take legal action against the EC for not giving them a satisfactory reply over the methodology used in the redelineation of the state.

Electoral reform coalition Bersih is holding a rally on Nov 19 and has invited politicians from both sides of the political divide to take part in its seven-week nationwide convoy to promote the event.

Everybody knows UMNO do not need to instruct EC what to do, EC knows what to do for UMNO e.g. why EC has to create 1 MP in area of 7,000 rakyats and 1 MP in area with 70,000 rakyats?

ts true UMNO is not involved in the exercise. But line between BN and UMNO is blurred. Access to information on voters pattern is in the hands of the Ministry. Otherwise why bother with numbering each voter slip. Secondly government should not even bother with postal votes belonging to police and the army. They should not even allowed to vote. Thirdly why not limit to each no of voters per constituency including urban sectors. One can hope that EC reads wrongly the behavioural patterns of voters. But in this business knowledge is king.
UMNO had no hand removing the AG, it had no hand appointing the new MACC chief, it had no hand enabling the hudud bill by Hadi to be tabled in parliament, it had no hand spending the RM2.6 billion in Najibs personal account. Similarly, Hitler had no hand in 6 million jews dying in the gas chambers .If yu belief this then you will also belief that, Alantunya abducted herself and blew herself up to smithereens with C4

Sunday, September 25, 2016

MCA Wanita old prostitute with alot cosmatic look sexy to pimp for position



UMNO warlords speaks volume. Bloated PM department overtaking responsibilities of many other ministriial functions shows a messy administration at best if not lack of confidence in his own cabinet. Self praising of international recognition for Najib 's reform agenda to puff up his public image is not gaining currency as we see the country is sinking into a racial, security , societal decays spiral and pending financial crisis due to mismanagement or hidden agenda of having 1 MDB ,for example. The lists of " can be better" can go on and on.... Hence Najib fails Malaysia.
 
 Eventual strategy,  Umno to stay in power and kick Najib out
Very optimistic, Umno backbencher Nur Jazlan Mohamed, with a change of PM That hurts. Nur Jazlan is no heavyweight but that shot on the solar plexus of Najib packed a wallop. Truth be told, his was not an unfair assessment of our current PM.Do you mean our PM is not honest?Umno parliamentarian Nur Jazlan Mohamed,is disappointed  can see the weakness in Najib the rest of the BN members are mere zombies, What Najib says, they would respond, “correct,correct,correct”. Altantuya Shaariibuu’s death, Teoh Beng Hock’s death, Ahmad Sarbaini’s death. Lahad Datu intrusion, MH370, MH17 ,worst floods, 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) fiascoare his great achievement for Malaysians. 
Dr. Mahathir group loosely consists of Daim, Ibrahim Ali, A. Kadir Jasin, bloggers ,Tengku Adnan Umno backbencher Nur Jazlan Mohamed that is vocal against Najib is blaming the Umno president for everything bad in Umno, in the Malay community and in the country threaten to impeach Prime Minister Najib. “Impeachment is a message that has to be sent to the Supreme Council that we’re not going to put up with this lawlessness ,Tengku Adnan admits that there’s no serious impeachment effort underway.Muhyiddin Yasin is also blaming Najib for not doing enough and not doing the right thing. He proposed to make the efforts to help improve the Malay and Bumiputra community as a national agenda and not only as Umno’s. This will institutionalize the agenda.

 

President Richard Nixon resigning from the U.S. presidency in the wake of the Watergate scandal and subsequent cover-up. like The murder of Altantuya Sharibuu a secret hard to hide, but hard to steal too 

What we knew so far was that Altantuya was the translator for the Malaysian Government in Malaysia’s negotiations with DCNS for the purchase of submarines when Najib Abdul Razak was Defence Minister. Her insistence to claim a USD500K commission ultimately led to her demise, where she was shot twice, her body packed with C4 explosives and blown to smithereens.
Will the main characters in the murder conspiracy like Najib and Rosmah, Razak Baginda, DSP Musa Safri and their ilk be exposed and implicated?


The murder of Altantuya Sharibuu a secret hard to hide, but hard to steal too 
Convicted killer Sirul Azhar Umar, a former police VIP bodyguard sentenced to death for the murder of Altantuya Sharibuu was captured in Brisbane, Australia after an alert from Interpol, a few days ago and placed in detention.The expose’ may bring final closure to the sad episode not only for Altantuya’s father and the people of Mongolia,No other country on this planet has the kind of anarchic,Najib must be kicked out of old beleaguered party UMNO for dramatic change.Nur Jazlan opines that what Ismail Sabri had said was not based on facts."Although now he says that he did not say it (boycott Chinese traders). But the problem is that the top leadership should have a stand".He added that it was important to be more progressive and that people should place themselves on a global supply chain.
MCA to Ku Nan: Apologise or we will  leave B.N forsaying MCA women  as cosmetic beauty like old prostitute with alot cosmatic
Heng wins women’s chief post, team makes clean sweep
MCA Wanita chief Yu Chok Tow bares fangs at the FT minister’s cheapening of women as valued only for their cosmetic beauty like old prostitute with alot cosmatic Najib will not dare touch him. His balls are tiny,  low-class, ill-bred people, apologising is an unknown act, and making of infantile, crude comments such as statements that degrade members of the fair sex is natural to them. What this bastard tengku is saying that he prefers his wife to put up make up the whole day so that she look sexy  said Yu Chok Tow Not all women are like Rosmah’s high maintenance. Goes to show how superficial our FT Minister’s think is ….
Most Malaysian Chinese will only make noise for all the things that they do not have while never even for once mention all the things that they have already had ?
Some may give example of how a Black American like Barrack Obama can be the President of the United States without knowing the facts that it take US 446 years of democratic electoral system to have Black American President compare to our Malaysian democratic electoral system that not yet even reach 60 years . Even that do u know how tight is the US President security system to prevent the Skin Head plan to assassinate and kill Obama because of his skin colour ?
We will complaint about Ali Baba policy and yet accused it benefit entirely only the Malays community but do you know how many Chinese Malaysian became a Millionaire out of this Ali Baba system ?
We talk about corruption but do you all know behind every single so ‘called’ racist UMNO politician there do have their own Chinese businessman as their proxy and crony?
Corruption is wrong. But the issue here that I am trying to convey is about racism. If it is really about race then why should the so called Racist UMNO Malays even have their crony from the Chinese race instead of their own races entirely ?
If the Malays in Malaysia is really racist then are we the Malaysian Chinese not racist as well ? Whenever we uses the word Chinese , Chinese , Chinese ? We must have a Chinese Prime Minister and etc ? If we are truly colour blind then the demand should be what type and quality of PM we should have and not what race should or should not be the head.
When our civil servant got more than 80% of the Malays , we claimed that the Government is racist but then in reality it was the Chinese who choose to work in the private sector than the public sector. Why should we blame others for something that we ourselves do not want to be part of it ?
Most Malays are easily contented with the pay in the public sector while most Malaysian Chinese will never wanted to have that type of pay. So when you all do not want it and others want it and when it happen you all blame the government of being racist when most of the Malays are in the Army and Police sector ?
Umno secretary-general Datuk Seri Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor said

racism

 Dr Lim Mah Hui
Senior Fellow of Socio-economic and Environment Research Instute Lim Mah Hui  is at brink of bring labelled as being defined as a racist, bigot or liar. He should explain on his statement debunking Minister in-charge of Economic Planning in Prime Minister’s Department Dato’ Seri Abdul Wahid Omar’s stance for lack of opportunity is the culprit for lesser Malays in corporate sector instead of “Poor quality of workforce”.

There are evidently clear discriminatory practices against Malay graduates, job market candidates with experience, professionals or even top management aspirants.The Mole Chief Editor  Shamsul Akmar Musa Kamal’s analysis on the New Sunday Times:
"We should move away from this racially-tinged and populist kind of rhetoric," he said.
It is no secret that other BN component parties were unhappy over Ismail Sabri's remarks, MCA and Gerakan in particular.
MCA Youth chief Chong Sin Woon had even asked for the minister's resignation, a call backed by 165 youth divisions.
Party president Liow Tiong Lai had urged Ismail Sabri to be "responsible for his statement".
Defence Minister Hishammuddin Hussein however today dodged questions if BN component parties had accepted the cabinet's position on the matter.
"We discussed it in cabinet; MCA, MIC, Gerakan are also members of the cabinet," Hishammuddin told a press conference in Kuala Lumpur todayBy claiming at the commencement of his unseat Najib campaign, after the fashion of Brutus, that it is not because he loves his leaders less but that he loves the people and country more, Mahathir is parodying what Anuar Musa, then a young delegate from Kelantan to the UMNO general assembly in 1983, who quoted from the Shakespearean play Juluis Caesar the words Brutus used before stabbing Caesar. The Roman emperor was surprised that a friend like Brutus could be part of squad of assassins with regicide in mind.
Even so, in what appeared initially to be an ostensibly honest exercise to unravel the real reasons behind   the demolition of a sitting Weak PM Najib Sadly the culture of  UMNO insists only on permanent genuflection to them; the truth is always optional.Anuar cited the quotation in the course of rhetorical flights faintly critical of Mahathir’s leadership of UMNO. Mahathir’s response was characteristically brusque.“Brutus stabbed Caesar”
 he reminded the UMNO delegates. In other words, back-stabbers are back-stabbers, their lofty motives not withstanding..As the dust settles, after what was a spectacularly riveting contest between a floundering and ineffectual  and a masterfully managed  war-machine, analysts from both camps have submitted their diagnosis.A fortuitous benefit of this incipient extravaganza – to the federal opposition, Pakatan Rakyat – has been the confirmation that their self-destructive shenanigans in Selangor have furnished the opportunity to the premier demolisher of incumbent PMs to fix on this as the most opportune time for the unleashing of his decanal decapitation of national head honchos, not to mention a few deputies as well.
The wonder is that anyone at all, at this advanced juncture of their career trajectories, could be surprised at how the two protagonists, one of the drama about to start and the other of an already running one in Selangor, confirm a truism of classical Greece – that character is fate.The answers might not be as obvious as one might have imagined. Mahathir had pointed out that Najib did not speak against corruption in his address to the nation he had said that if somebody has to do any work one would what's in it for me If the work is not done, one would say why do I care this has spoiled the nation," said Mahathir While undoubtedly UMNO owes their grand success to Mahathir charisma strategic prowess, however the reasons for UMNO debacle appear less than straightforward. Was it simply a case of a reluctant leader being handed a poorly managed campaign?readmorehttp://themalaybusinesstribune.blogspot.com/2014/08/mahathirs-unsavoury-truth-demolition-of.html

The real cost of a bribe Guan Eng paid


The trick is to perfume rubbish with a bottle of incense hidden beneath the pile. Brown’s bottle is artfully shaped, with secret sub-containers for clues and questions that persuade you to suspend rational judgement. But, contrarily, this would not work without a writing technique that is so stupid it can only be described as courageous. The latest Dan Brown, Inferno, exhausts the reader with some serious heavy breathing in punctuation. There are more dots separating words with simulated tension than in an optical illusion graphic. Words appear in bursts within sentences; sentences stutter through paragraphs as short as summer underwear. Chapters are as flimsy as a negligee. We are playing peekaboo with destiny, so why not?The fulcrum of this anger is corruption. All else pales. Shed a tear then forwho was charged merely for buying house save the nation. All that owning  house, albeit to lim buying a house is no longer a hanging offence in DAP. For many future stars rotating in the highest orbits,DAP must be bewildered at  definition of crime and punishment. 
The DAP’s 50th anniversary dinner saw party leaders pledging their support and solidarity with secretary-general Lim Guan Eng, in the face of his two graft charges.It was an early scandal of the DAP’s tenure, but people did not forget, just as voters will remember a long DAP litany sanctioned loot of resources on an unprecedented scale: in spectrum,  agricultural land gobbled up through shady private deals.  The Penang voter has more patience than the Selangor temperament would suggest. Even a fog at the top will not deter the voter from locating his destination. The UMNO did not have a candidate for Chief Minister in Penang during the campaign. It did not matter beyond a point. It will not matter beyond the same point when Penang votes. The DAP vote in Penang did not rise by much; the PAS vote collapsed.

Guan Eng, if you are still sore or sulking at the moment,
better resign as CM as u are big headed and it is not helping The top politicians and leaders are putting aside their past and bitter experiences to collectively fight the common enemy. Why can't you LGE?? 



Despite the reputation crisis facing the DAP, approximately 3,000 supporters turned up for the dinner at the Spice Arena in Bayan Baru last night.
The chief minister’s ongoing corruption case.Lim was trapped in a suicidal pincer of corruption and arrogance. The syndrome is so widespread, across party lines, that we might need a word for it: “corrugance” would do. More names keep getting added to a long list: Corruption kills; arrogance insures a long burial. This was fatal to Dap in  Penang; it will be deadly for DAP across Malaysia when a general election comes. The voter is especially unforgiving when governments permit theft of natural resources, the people’s wealth, by cronies. The Dap collapse began with the rape ofcorruption and arrogance. in Tanjong. 


A good leader needs to be humble so that he can listen, think clearly and make the right decision. A big head does not help as it will expose the leader to unnecessary risks.

Ambiga, good retort and good questions for that arrogant, LGE! 8 years after coming to power in Penang, he still has the decency to say in public he will consider it. Might as well be man enough that DAP is doing what BN has done all this well - use those posts as dedak for their supporters!!

Noh Omar: Mahathir-Anwar meet a hilarious Bollywood drama  


Minister Tengku Adnan, Life in K.L means being once bitten twice shy


As articulated  by  Tengku Adnan   further questioning the prime minister Najib if these were the acche din he promised, he drew attention to the corruption stalking kuala Lumpur.  whether you are minister or a Mayor, whether it’s a pothole that needs fixing in front of your house or a business you want to start, sometimes it seems nothing can get in kuala Lumpur done without paying bribes. This corruption in the DBKL is a huge impediment, to better management of DBKL . The only way forward is to rebuild the city corporations as professional administrative units, seriously accountable to the public.It has since turned out  that sec-gen Tengku Adnan  had been issued notices by MACC for misuse of power
As the national capital reels from Chronic Corruption epidemics, the focus has been on whom to blame 
 Focus on preventive public health measures, such as providing clean drinking water and sanitary disposal of sewage and solid waste.Civic consciousness on this and not allowing mosquitoes to breed Kuala Lumpur is a must. has to raise the number of healthcare professionals, adopt decentralised governance in which all the Kuala Lumpur   Members of Parliament (MPs)can hold primary health centres to account and deploy the latest in telemedicine. Healthcare outfits that take charge of the well-being of an assigned set of people and use a network of general practitioners and secondary and tertiary hospitals in return for  electing  them 
 Why they stayed away from the political limelight, afraid of  Minister Tengku Adnan in his shadows and very much , if necessary, even deny their existence. FT Members of Parliament has no balls theirr political careers have been built around this attribute of a low-profile, inaccessible, to voters has  also ensured that they  doesn’t convey any signal Tengku Adnan is the only one in control., who found himself in the gaze of central investigative agencies. He was virtually sacked, sidelined, but dramatically returned on 

BN and Umno will hold a special meeting on Sept 23 and 30 respectively to discuss the Election Commission's (EC) proposed redelineation exercise, said BN secretary-general Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor.
Result: mutual distrust, animosity and break-up at various levels.Tengku Adnan, who is also Umno secretary-general, said the party should mobilise its election machinery and have its branches and divisions inspect the electoral roll.

This is to ensure better preparation for a possible early election, he said.his  mosquitoes are ready
That has changed. The tail is now becoming the head. The reason stares at our faces: the quantum leap in ‘political’ expenses, especially on election campaigns. Even more important is the complexity of managing these resources, staying above board and, yet, being able to run an electrifying campaign..

 Tengku Adnan   has also ensured that he doesn’t convey any signal that he is the only one in control., who found himself in the gaze of central investigative agencies. He was virtually sacked, sidelined, but dramatically returned on 

UMNO sec-gen Tengku Adnan Noh Omar has written off the cordial meeting between Dr Mahathir Mohamad and  Anwar Ibrahim as "Hindustani play acting".#thighsforjeaux the  step movement became so popular that it has been revived a couple of times ever since– once Dr Mahathir Mohamad and Anwar Ibrahim meet UMNO sec-gen unfazed with the pow-wow between former premier Dr Mahathir Mohamad and  Anwar Ibrahim. to kiss and make up, the Malay party still has its secret weapon, which is the Bollywood play 
Something is happening. A message is getting through  A new narrative is being written. More seeds have been planted in UMNO like UMNO sec-gen Tengku Adnan by Mahathir
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"...... has the rakyat." Ha ha ha really burst out laughing after reading the headline and nearly choke on my food. Not the 51% of the rakyat at least and increasing, you gang of thieves!Adnan - we are waiting for you to declare your assets and decide if your wealth is legitimate. When are you doing that? Scared to show because it is from slimy deals?

In our cities these days, reality bites. If the tax man doesn’t draw blood, the mosquito will. You may bring out the Odomos and other mosquito repellents but our cities are fully bugged. When you hear the familiar humming sound of circling mosquitoes, you know that one mosquito is telling the other, like to go out and grab a bite? You may then get the seven year itch and many deliriously feverish days because chikungunya will drive out any plans of chicken chow mein.
Every year, DBKL , the city of the bloodsuckers falls prey to one of its own, namely the humble mosquito. The insect doesn’t distinguish between the powerful and powerless or VIPs and commoners: everyone is Minister Tengku Adnan, victim  when it comes to the dengue and chikungunya carrying dreaded Aedes aegypti bug.



The party in power in  FT has been accused of abandoning the city is singing ‘yeh duniya, yeh mehfil, mere kaam ki nahin’ after an adverse court verdict.Minister Tengku Adnan,   has also been accused of being missing in action at a time when the city needs to wage a Jung against the epidemic. As for the MCD, most of its councillors are accused of confusing state power for real estate power: it’s easier to get an illegal building sanctioned than to ensure better sanitation in neighbourhoods. Corruption in cities bites citizens harder than the mosquito. TV news likes to take sound bites but for those suffering from mosquito bites, it’s a case of once bitten twice shy.

The MIC health minister seems to believe the Aedes mosquito is a mysterious invader from outer space. The mantri who seems never to have KL-ites who adore love-bites were struggling with a surfeit of hate-bites. The prime minister cannot get of Minister Tengku Adnan because he remote control , but still waters run deep in our metros where there’s little sign of smart city thinking or draining the swamps that pass for our roads.
The media believes only the capital is in ICU, but the epidemic has spread across the country. While BN parties fight over seats, the mosquito is clearly oblivious to inter seat disputes, preying on MCAand  MICTamilians with equal ease. As someone just recovering from chikungunya, it’s time to await the election because at least the biting during election the bit better than biting mosquitoes.



The public school of politics has only one subject in its tutorials: Events. The big boys of UMNO have been playing truant,years convinced them that a delay is a solution. lulled by  Federal Territory liaison chairman  an imposter’s mantra .Najib dilemma is familiar to those who win elections: A promise that restores you, can always return to haunt you.Ahead of the next 14th general elections, Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak is expected to introduce changes to prevent a further slide in BN's hold on power also readthis.readmoreNajib saddest moments in politics with Tengku Adnan as the sec-gen Tengku Adnan


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, the Malay party still has its secret weapon, which is the Bollywood play 
Something is happening. A message is getting through  A new narrative is being written. More seeds have been planted in UMNO like UMNO sec-gen Tengku Adnan by Mahathir UMNO sec-gen’s many-layered faces is ignored, the worse it gets which is the Bollywood play 
Something is happening. A message is getting through  A new narrative is being written. More seeds have been planted in UMNO like UMNO sec-gen Tengku Adnan by Mahathir .UMNO sec-gen Tengku Adnan


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 is very rich in valuable natural resources. And one of the most valuable of these natural resources – particularly when it comes to election time  

 
 Malaysian Kabali Crown of Clown MinisterTengku Adnan, his "Hindustani play acting".continues