(Hey! Tian Chua’s story has even made it to the International Herald Tribune, and BBC). Dahsyat-nya!

And oolalah! Keris-waving Umno Youth reports Tian to MCMC. )

But wait a minute, NAJIB did not break his silence over the photo which witness “Amy” mentioned in Court. Najib breaks his silence over the FAKE photo.

With all the bruhaha and hysteria over a FAKE photo, I am beginning to wonder, if there is any truth in the photo!

At last…yesterday, Najib lashed out at Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) for practising “unethical politics” by concocting malicious stories to defame national leaders.

He drags Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi together with him, saying both had been “victims of untrue and vicious stories”.

Read rest according to TheSTAR:

He said PKR leaders were bent on defaming him by spreading lies and malicious statements, connecting him with a case, adding that the truth would prevail.

“Their politics is not based on principles, morals and ethics. In fact, a PKR top leader sang a different tune immediately after he was sacked from Umno and began criticising Umno. Everything about Umno is not right to him upon his sacking. But what has he done when he was in Umno? We know all his stories and what he did. Leaders must have morals and principles. This particular leader was inconsistent in what he preached and practised when he was not in Umno and the government. He will fall into his own trap for trying to forge a pact between opposition parties that have their own extreme ideologies,” he said when opening the Batu Kawan Umno delegates’ conference here yesterday.

On Friday, PKR information chief Tian Chua admitted creating and posting on his blog a doctored picture depicting Najib with Abdul Razak Baginda and a woman alleged to be Altantuya Shaariibuu prior to her murder. Tian Chua insisted that he would not retract the photograph or apologise to anyone.

Najib said leaders must not simply accuse others of wrongdoing when they made the same mistake. He said he could not see how PKR could be the mediator between PAS and DAP as both parties had extreme ideologies within the opposition. “In the end, PKR will be caught in the middle.”

15 responses »

  1. KTemoc says:

    quote““Their politics is not based on principles, morals and ethics. In fact, a PKR top leader sang a different tune immediately after he was sacked from Umno and began criticising Umno. Everything about Umno is not right to him upon his sacking. But what has he done when he was in Umno? We know all his stories and what he did. Leaders must have morals and principles. …..”

    Here’s where PABS can play an important part. Contact Susan or yours truly. Nah, there’s no need to thank us – we’re only doing it as a public service.

  2. PI Ramasamy says:

    Saya mau tanya sikit: Dulu Anwar punya trial, ada angkat tilam court dalam banyak kali. Ayoyo, saya pun banyak heran. Dia main misti banyak kuat punya, sampe tilam punya kain pun terbang, itu pasal dia punya air tilam juga kena. Lagi satu saya tarak paham, itu hotel bilik belum siap, dia sudah pigi sana main. Apa macam dia tanah atas main ka? Tilam sendiri angkat aa?

  3. eeeem says:

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/asia-pacific/6283056.stm

    Hishammuddin stressed that he was not trying to put Malaysia’s leaders on the same level as the Prophet. However senior members of the conservative Islamic party, PAS, said that by linking the two, he had in effect done just that.

  4. Raja says:

    Obviously, Najib was referring to Anwar Ibrahim. What he said is true and because of the ‘credibility’ is Anwar’s worst enemy. In other words he is himself his own worst enemy.

    But what’s wrong with sending a thief to catch a thief??

  5. Raja says:

    I think he’d a better job than most if we give him the chance. Maybe.

  6. oA says:

    .

    It has been known pm and dpm are not close and now dpm is dragging pm to be on his side? Since when do they come to be so closed?

    Well the only thought that came to mind is this –

    Dpm must have made a deal with pm in this case and dpm prolly promised to be his lap doggy forever ….

    .

  7. pd guy says:

    Najib cannot sleep well since altantuya case being heard at the court, somemore when his “photo” was mentioned at the court. I believe, once the real photo out , DPM can say goodbye to his political carier. Fullstop.

  8. hasilox says:

    The lady in the photo is not even the C4-ed Altantuya. Strictly speaking, what is there to grumble about? Lets say, if Britney Spears image were used instead of that the korean singer’s, what the politicians going to wail about then?

    Tian Chua better take lesson from Sheih or Mob1900 if he intends to craft another piece..hehe

  9. wits0 says:

    From BBC:
    “Education Minister Hishammuddin Hussein said that if people are allowed to make fun of Malaysia’s leaders they would use the same freedoms to insult the Prophet Muhammad as, he said, is done in the West. ”

    Well, the only way he’ll know for sure is to scan everyone’s mind for the slightest trace of that intent and similar. Such clowns would too, if they have the means. But some of his ilks are already upset with the Net and Blogosphere because they thought that 50 years of MSM propaganda would have turned over many people…so much so that they have actually believed their own unremitting propaganda.

  10. Nstman says:

    Barisan bastards are having a taste of their own medicine. Barisan has always used Gestapo and SS methods to bludgeon the opposition into submission but now the opposition is fighting back. And Barisan is confused now because the opposition is beating them to the punch. the opposition is taking the game, so to speak, to the Barisan bastards. Long live Tian Chua, down with Barisan bastards.

  11. […] Najib breaks elegant silence over photo with Altantuya (Hey! Tian Chua’s story has even made it to the International Herald Tribune, and BBC). Dahsyat-nya! But wait a […] […]

  12. notsosmart says:

    How dare you Hishammuddin! Never use the name of Prophet in your political speech. Don’t involve religion with your political problem. Please have some respect on your own religion, if you don’t on yourself.

  13. I says:

    When you get dumb ppl like Hisham to lead, you get stupid things and comments. There are much more credible malay leaders out there.

  14. anak malaysia says:

    Of course there are more credible and intelligent leaders out there, its time for a full change in the cabinet except for the PM.And please don’t use religion as an excuse for everything,all religion teaches good things.By the way b4 u do anything bad think first, your days are numberd on this earth and what happens after that ?the punishment “awaits” for you in hell.

  15. SOS says:

    Quote:-“Leaders must have morals and principles. This particular leader was inconsistent in what he preached and practised when he was not in Umno and the government.” unquote.

    So, Mr. C4!!!

    You are consistent with what you preach? And you are a men of priciple eh? Fuck you!! You mean to say that you still insist soaking your stupid keris with the Chinese blood…kill every Chinese that stand in you way?

    Madhatter Kutty call you a coward. I call you a pig face! Follow Bodohwi around like a kitty cat and repeat what he said like his pet parrot! People observing from the sideline see through it all lah! He got a very good grip of your balls!! What choice do you have? You are man minus the balls, destine to bring great shame to your family…hahahha.

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