Someone obviously does: “Najib understands problems better“.

What problem, may I ask? Or, is it his very own, or his wife’s? Coz, if you look inside, he has loads of his own problems to solve before he can dream of becoming PM…

Former PM Mahathir may be grateful to Najib’s father Tun Abdul Razak (2nd PM) for welcoming him back into UMNO decades ago, and may want to show his gratitude by making his son the next PM…but please do it at your own expense, not ours, not the nation’s!!

Hail, all those people who want to see Dollah Bodowi leave the premiership, this may be your biggest nightmare after all – Najib and another 50 years of UMNO!!!!

And to all those pro-UMNO and pro-Mahathir bloggers – need I say who you are – you are doing this nation a great disfavour. I’ll not band with you, not a million years coz all you’ll give me is another 50 years +++ more of UMNO.

According to Tougeking, Mahathir may be getting old as he seems to have forgotten a few things about Najib. Let me refresh his memory then, and yours:

Malaysia is an Islamic state“.

Allegedly implicated in the Altantuya case” – can you blame us when everyone who’s sitting on trial now is somehow linked to him, but he’s never been called to court?

“Altantuya may be involved in the purchase of Scorpene and Agosta submarines from France in a deal costing nearly 1 billion euros (RM4.6 billion)”. Why doesn’t he just take legal action against Anwar Ibrahim if this is a false allegation meant to damage his reputation?

Najib loves Chinese blood“. So does his cousin, now education minister Keris (Hishamuddin) Tun Hussein Onn.

Deaths in national service” – when will an independent and special inquiry be set up to look into these cases?

‘Bad former education minister (of private colleges and fly by night colleges)” . When he was education minister, I was working in a private colleage. So this is first hand experience.

“Deaths due to negligence in not phasing out nuri helicopters” . Can you catch my drift now?

Oh, the list is endless, and I shudder to think of what will happen if my biggest nightmare come true…

So VOTE Opposition please!

46 responses »

  1. lawrence says:

    He understands his own problems better of course

  2. martha says:

    My goodness me, this man Mahathir is really beyond anyone’s imagination. Has he not done enough damage to the country when he was the PM. When he gave Badawi to us, we thought things could get better instead it was just the opposite. Now he has the audacity to propose to us with yet another prime minister and mind you this one’s reputation has already preceded him. I really think Mahathir had better keep such views to himself. Perhaps he might have some idea on how to rectify the damage he had done instead. This I believe will be most welcomed.

  3. lwm says:

    my nightmare too!

  4. merchant222 says:

    The Recalcitrant can make Najib his lover for all I care and he should keep his opinion on who should be the PM to himself and Badawi. I cannot comprehend why leaders can’t comprehend the issues of race polarisation, brain drain, feelings of marginalization, dissent, corruption. As far as I am concerned, there was only one righteous and great PM;

    Tunku Abdul Rahman – Father of Malaysia

    And the rest after that started to tear the country apart;

    Razak – Father of May 13, Father of One Arm Swordsman asking for The Chinese Blood

    Hussein – Father of Kerismuddin, One Arm Swordsman No. 2

    Mahathir – Father of Corruption, Father of Marginalization, Father of Civil Serpents(oh yeah, many became millionaires under his premiership), Father of Correct3, Father of “Loafers” and Father of many, many more things which “I can’t seem to Remember” now.
    Mahathir, Mahathir,… just concentrate on the billions you have made selling your ‘loti’. I have this to say to you on behalf of LKY, “SHAAAADDUP!, we are just a little red dot in the world map, the same as you today” REPENT and BEG FOR FORGIVENESS Mr. Mahathick Mohamouth. I can’t seem to remember how to spell your name, need not apologize to you though.

  5. syed says:

    Just to share some general information. New online magazine have an interesting interview with Marina Mahathir. We welcome any kind of comments and contributions.

  6. Papagetsnovote says:

    Another one who would bring us to the bottom of the well in no time. I really question the credentials, quality and integrity of our PMs. Enough is enough! Just change! We want to be 1st class citizens! Hidup bangsa Malaysia; do away with race based policies and put the RIGHT PEOPLE AT THE RIGHT PLACES!!!!

  7. yapchongyee says:

    Khairy Jamaluddin DO NOT BULLSHIT, here is a real case for you and if you are a real OXFORD UNIVERSITY GRADUATE then you will know that Judge Zainon binti Mohd. Ali needs to be prosecuted for committing criminal offences.

    I refer readers to my post on this fellow Khairy Jamaluddin, son in law of the Prime Minister and play-boy with a fleet of very expensive cars, please go to

    Dear Khairy Jamaluddin is all hot air, lots of empty talk before election and nothing but promises after the election. He has been put into the deputy leadership of UMNO Youth. Where else can his father in law “fast track” him into the front ranks of UMNO and eventually to succeed Ahmad Bedawi as Prime Minister ? I have observed many times that Malaysia is an oligarchy in the IRON GRIP of UMNO elite. The promises he has made so far can only exist in his mind alone and in fact cannot be realized. They are mere empty promises and are not to be taken seriously.

    Let me draw this Khairy Jamaluddin’s attention to the ongoing ROYAL COMMISSION INTO JUDICIAL CORRUPTION ! What is Khairy Jamaluddin going to do to ADDRESS JUDICIAL CORRUPTION ? This is what solid and down to earth ISSUES that need to be addressed; and has he said anything about it ? Let me cite my wife’s CASE : ORIGINATING PETITION No.: D2-26-41 of 2001 in the HIGH COURT IN KL was struck out by the PRESIDING JUDGE ZAINON BINTI MOHD. ALI, who is now promoted to the court of Appeal. It is hilariously funny that judge Zainon binti Mohd. Ali was so IGNORANT OF THE LAW THAT SHE AWARDED TO THE RESPONDENTS WONG KEM CHEN, STEPHEN LIM CHENG BAN AND KWONG SEA YOON 2 directly OPPOSING ORDERS (a) for security for costs, which my wife paid in the sum of RM.60,000; therefore by this payment by my wife there is nothing else to be done except to go to court; but instead judge Zainon binti Mohd. Ali went on to ILLEGALLY AWARD TO THE NAMED RESPONDENTS A SECOND AND OPPOSING ORDER TO STRIKE OUT PETITION.

    The ignorance of this judge Zainon binti Mohd. Ali is so comically profound THAT ALL HER ACTIONS ON THE BENCH IN HER ADJUDICATION OF MY WIFE’S PETITION WERE CRIMINAL. She committed the following criminal OFFENCES :

    (1) Aiding & Abetting respondents Wong Kem Chen, Stephen Lim and Kwong Sea Yoon TO COMMIT the criminal offences of PERJURY & FORGERY
    (2) Acting jointly with above criminal respondents in A CONSPIRACY TO PERVERT THE COURSE OF JUSTICE
    (3) Acting jointly in a conspiracy to obtain money under false pretences
    (4) Acting jointly in a conspiracy to obstruct police investigating criminal offences
    (5) Committed the criminal offences of Malfeasance.

    I had written countless letters to the Malaysian A.-G, Chief Judge of High Court of Malaya, copies to President & Secretary of Malaysian Bar Council and to this day I have not received any response. Here is a Judge of the Highest Court of Malaysia who does not KNOW THAT SHE WAS IN FACT COMMITTING SEVERAL CRIMINAL OFFENCES WHILE PERFORMING HER JUDICIAL DUTIES. I have invited the Malaysian A,G, and all those mentioned above to come to Australia to obtain my EXTRADITION FOR SEDITION so why have they failed to clear the name of Judge Zainon binti Mohd. Ali ? Why bother for the Malaysian Government to spend several millions of Ringgit to hold a bullshit Royal commission when criminal behaviour of Judge Zainon Binti Mohd. Ali is all there to READY FOR PROSECUTION.

    What is this fellow Khairy Jamaluddin going to do about a REAL CASE and not one that is hot air. I invite the Malaysian Government to come to Australia to get my EXTRADITION.

  8. Wisdom above says:

    He washed his hands, but ‘she appears not in his dreams’….

    “Allegedly implicated in the Altantuya case” – can you blame us when everyone who’s sitting on trial now is somehow linked to him, but he’s never been called to court?

    “Deaths in national service” – when will an independent and special inquiry be set up to look into these cases?

    Vote for change.

    Syabas. Barisan Rakyat.

  9. kfchan says:

    We all foresee that when BN does badly (and oppositions did well) in this coming election, Badawi will be on his way out. I wish the Oppositions can win and rule, but that requires a miracle.

    Once Badawi goes, who else is going to take his place? Top contender will be Najib. Even if Najib suddenly drop dead, it will be another Umno scum. Monkey Khairi!!! That keris waving guy!!! Anyone of them is a nightmare.

  10. Justice 4 Altantuya says:

    Najib has a lot to answer in Altantuya case.Only in Malaysia there are special rules for certain group of people.
    Kenny Lee , relative of Tun H.S.Lee freed of shooting dead a Businesswoman. For others it is death by hanging!
    Special rules also apply to Najib- till today he has never been questioned by Police in the gruesome C4 blow up/shooting of Altantuya-the Mongolian who knew too much about the Russian submarine deal & kickbacks of 500 millions as pointed out by Anwar Ibrahim.
    What is Najib’s role in Altantuya?

  11. wits0 says:

    It’ll be like the recurrent Nightmare on Elm Street. Only that it’ll be the Malaysian Street

  12. bamboo river says:

    I don’t know if this should happen. Najib be our next PM?
    After what he had done and said, chinese are still “moong cha cha.” ( Blur for cantonese)

    Nightmare? Worst than nightmare, it is Armorgeddon!


  13. kittykat46 says:

    Najib the principal racist instigator leading to Ops Lalang 1987..
    Najib who wanted to bathe the Kris in Chinese blood…
    Najib the mega arms wheeler-dealer…

    Somebody named Najib caught “basah” in Port Dickson , was it ? Nobody we know, I’m sure…

    Now, lets see where Altantuya fits in…

    Sure you want this dude to be the next PM ?

  14. wits0 says:

    22 years of Mahathir wasn’t enough. He had to leave this parting gift for all and sundry!!! Now, why won’t Marina comment/blog about it? Of course, Hussein Onn “had” to choose Mahathir then. Wonderful consequences, what else?

  15. freedom says:

    No Najib
    No Badawi
    No KJ
    No BN once and for all
    All that breeds out of TDM is no good.

  16. No Mis, I definitely don’t want Najib or anyone as the next PM. But, I am 100% satisfied if Hilary Clinton or Barrack Obama becomes our PM or leader. A dream is a dream isn’t it?

  17. Yan says:

    Who is this “Mahathir” who think he can decide for the next Malaysian PM?? He cann’t even win his contest in his corrupted UMNO branch in Jitra!
    He is “irrelevant” in our Malaysian politics. His days are gone. Nobody in UMNO will listen to him anymore.
    Our main target is to deny Bodowi 2/3 margin win & humiliate him in this GE so that he will be booted out together with his SIL. We donot want his mamak SIL to rule Malaysia for another 50 years. 22 years of mamak rule is more than enough for us.

  18. freewave says:



  19. bibomedia says:


  20. fucai says:

    malaysian mudah lupa.
    jeffooi, rocky – Mahathir /s supporter??

  21. Facial says:

    Dear SIL,

    Maddog said it is diff. to work in a family cabinet. So do you think it is nice to work with a Merdarer.

    Dump him after election.

  22. Scott Thong says:

    Sorry, html did not cooperate. Links are as follow:

    Add to his list of flaws:

    Demands we vote for BN even if we are conpletely dissatisfied with them –

    Tells us that Petronas has no spare cash for fuel subsidy even as astronauts are launched into space to view the Petronas Twin Boondoggles and Putra-kaya from orbit –

    Disses BERSIH street demonstrations as not Malaysian, conveniently ignoring the similar Malayan Union protests that led to the formation of – oh! – Malaya –

    Global warming blamer instead of fixing recurrent flooding –

    Is a moral hypocrite –

  23. lein says:

    Mdm, the mentality ‘blame it on the Malay’ is so typical of Malaysian Chinese. For 50 years they dreamed of having their species becoming a PM. Hope they reached a climaxed fantasy soon.

  24. After abdullah, Najib
    After Najib, Keris Hishamuddin,
    After Hishamuddin, Khairy Jamaludin,

    Malaysia is screwed big time until Malaysians wake up!

  25. wits0 says:

    The path to perdition is well mapped out for Malusia with this given pantheon of moral morons.

  26. sugali says:

    No, no, no and none of the above from UMNO. I think enough is enough. Country is already going down the drain at the gain of a choosen few.

  27. Wits,

    well said on your February 29, 2008 at 6:26 am post. He already has
    aspersions casted on him of possible profiteering of millions on the submarine deal and many matters. Najib is either = or > than AAB.

  28. yapchongyee says:


    Politicians are all the same, and they are all consistently unreliable , because if he is reliable then he will not survive as a politician, therefore is Kheng Yaik any better than Dato Seri Anwar; I can say for certain that one is no better than the other. What I am saying is that we do not need to know anything about any particular candidate. We really do not need to know whether he is a good man or otherwise; and this perspective runs counter to what everybody is saying about what this has done or have not done. It is absolutely pretentious to claim that we are able to correctly assess the character of Dato Seri or Kheng Yaik and determine who is the better man. I SUPPORT DATO SERI ANWAR and I live in Australia therefore what do I know about Dato Sari. I do not a thing about him, and that is the thing about politics, IT IS ALL ABOUT PERCEPTION. In fact from my perspective, I will vote for Dato Seri Anwar even if I believe that Kheng Yaik and that Dato Seri is a chameleon and Kheng Yaik is correct. As I had earlier said I do not need to know anything about Dato Seri because I deal with the democratic process, I vote him because he says that under his government, RACE POLITICS WILL BE ABOLISHED and I want that so I vote for him and I do not need to know how good or bad he is. PROVE TO US WHEN YOU ARE IN GOVERNMENT OR WE VOTE YOU OUT. We therefore need to start to vote for the opposition to start the democratic process. We need to throw or better destroy UMNO now.

    Dear my Chinese & Indian brothers, do not listen to Kheng Yaik because he is an UMNO dog and he will sell his mother or his wife to gain FAVOUR from the PM and UMNO. These are the UMNO dogs who hang out their tongues for CSRAPS THROWN FROM UMNO TABLE to the dining room floor. I spit on these MCA, MIC and Gerakhan dogs.

    Kheng Yaik says that it was Dato Seri Anwar who put in place all those provisions that retarded the progress of Chinese education and that it was he & Najib who repealed it; let us examine Kheng Yaik’s statement to assess the credibility of his claim. I will first call Kheng Yaik A LIAR and then I will go on to examine what I mean by that epithet. I call Kheng Yaik a liar because the minister merely implements GOVERNMENT POLICY. In fact all decisions made by the Cabinet are made binding all ministers as one as ministerial cabinet collective decision. What Kheng Yaik is talking about is government policy and such policy are by the very nature taken by the PARTY IN GOVERNMENT and the minister’s function is to implement the details that will make the policy work on the ground; only UMNO as a party can change such policy and it is disingenuous to say that Najib revoked it. Having said that it can only be true that neither Najib nor Dato Seri could by himself revoke what Kheng Yaik claims credit for himself and Najib.

    In this respect the powers of the minister controls only the details of implementation; but of course he has powers to grant exception in individual cases but not to change policy except with the agreement of cabinet. The Malaysian model of government mirrors that of the British. I anticipate that readers will want to ask me if ministers are so without powers then how is it that they can make money so corruptly; the answer to that question is in the power of the minister to approve contracts or such like. These functions belong to the Minister’s portfolio and they relate to “implementation. Therefore it is not true what Kheng Yaik says that it was najib who removed the offending laws that disadvantaged the Chinese.

    The democratic process is all about checks and balances; therefore how can there be checks and balances if our Chinese & Indian brothers keep voting UMNO. If UMNO knows that we are all their SLAVES then where is there a need for UMNO to do what is just in line with our minority interests ? We have like a bunch of fools fear reprisals and we keep voting UMNO so do we not deserve to be spat on by UMNO as they are doing even as of now? Our duty to our selves is to vote UMNO out because it has always been UMNO that has formed government. Do we not owe it to our children and their children to pressure UMNO to act in our interests or we will put them out of business. WE NEED TO START AT THIS ELECTION TO START THE PROCESS GOING. If Keadilan, PAS DAP do not act in our interest when they are in power then in the next election we can vote them out. We need to start and now is as good a time as any. VOTE KEADILAN, DAP, PAS FOR CHANGE !

  29. yapchongyee says:

    The decline of crony capitalism ( Feb./29th)
    This is a precise of the book “Asian Godfathers “ by Joe Studwell and I will keep very closely to the text by liberal quotes from the book. I thought of not commenting on this work because the arguments are so close to my own 3 part posts that I had published last week under the title of the “Year Of Change” only my article was written all about Malaysia and this one is all about South East Asia(Asean). You can read the article dated 29th/Feb., from which I had quoted most of it.

    Malaysians must fully appreciate that in a globalised world our RACIST UMNO POLICY RUNS DIRECTLY OPPOSITE TO WHAT IS REQUIRED TO MEET THE CHALLANGES OF THE 21ST CENRUTY. I intruduce our readers to the book under the title of Asian Godfathers.

    The book examines the factors that underpinned the sharp decline of most of the S-E Asian economies, excepting Singapore.“In a recent book, “Asian Godfathers”, Joe Studwell, a journalist, examines this failure in stark terms. The region’s business scene, he says, remains dominated by old-fashioned, mediocre, sprawling conglomerates, run at the whims of ageing patriarchal owners. These firms’ core competence, such as it is, is exploiting their cosy connections with governing elites. Their profits come from rent-seeking: being handed generous state contracts and concessions, or using their sway with officialdom to keep potential competitors out. If they need technology, they buy it from abroad. As a result, Mr Studwell says, the region has “no indigenous, large-scale companies producing world-class products and services.”
    “Corruption is another great burden on business. That is true elsewhere in Asia too, but several South-East Asian countries—notably Indonesia—are afflicted by corrupt and unreliable judicial systems, making it difficult to enforce contracts.” I had written many, many posts (83 posts on my own blog. setting out in detail how Judge Zainon binti Mohd. Ali had corruptly and incompetantly struck out my wife’s petition. The judge forced the complicity of my wife’s counsel Mr David Hoh of M/s Lim & Hoh of Jln. Bukit Bintang, KL to render my wife’s petition, COMMATOSE. We do not know how the alleged “appeal” has gone and we do not know whether any appeal has been lodged or not because Mr David Hoh has held himself and his partner father Mr Frank Hoh INCOMMUNICADO. We just got no response from our many letters that I had published on my blogg.
    Judge Zainon binti Mohd. Ali had committed the criminal offence of Malfeasance by approving to respondent Stephen Lim Cheng Ban both (1)an order for security for costs (2) later after the security for costs had been paid Judge Zainon binti Mohd. Ali approved to Stephen Lim the second Order for striking out petition. Just the fact that these two orders were made afte my wife had paid the RM.60,000 is proff that Judge Zainon binti Mohd. Ali has committed the said crime. To cap it all Judge Zainon binti Mohd. Ali FROM SHEER IGNORANCE OF THE LAW PROBABLY DID NOT THAT SHE HAD COMMITTED A CRIMINAL OFFENCE; but tough for Judge Zainon binti Mohd. Ali has no excuse because knowledge of the criminal offence is not required to be proved, bloody IGNORANCE WILL DO.
    I had also argued that Malaysia had wasted billions of ringgit to educate the children of Bumiputra, but lacking in vision Malaysian leaders hogged all the scholarships for their own children, while leaving those who do not have UMNO connection out of the loop. Therefore the Malaysians find that their choice of candidates are circmscribed by a clutchful of about 5,000 to 6,000 families. This limited choice also disadvantaged the selection of candidates to the easier academic courses in the arts and consequantly Malaysia does not have a sufficiently large pool of talents in the much needed fields of engineering and science. Here is what the author has to say “ Malaysia has also spent heavily on universities and the promotion of technology but its efforts have been stymied by the country’s messy racial politics (including preferential university places for the Malay majority) and by the handing of state contracts and concessions to undeserving government cronies. Both the lack of fair competition between businesses and the failure to widen access to education may have a common underlying cause: that South-East Asian countries remain in the grip of narrow elites.”
    The result is that there are very few Malay talents of any kind that will provide leadership that will grow their industries or provide a talent base for the growth of science and scientific innovation that is sweeping the font runner economies of India & China. In Malaysia UMNO leaders live in a bubble dream world of make belief. The incident that really cracked me up is the claim that Malaysia had produced an ASTRONAUGHT; this Malay dentist hitched a ride on the back of a Russian SPACE SHOT at the costs of at least riggit 100 million, because that was how much another SPACE TOURIST, an Iranian computer entrepreneur paid for her ride on another Russian SPACE SHOT. It is ridiculously silly to claim that this dentist is any kind of an ASTRONAUGHT because an astronaught is a SPACE TECHNITIAN and he “drives” the space vehicle and to say that this dentist is a space astronaught is really STRETCHING REALITY TO BREAKING POINT. This phenomena is stated in these terms : “This dilettantism was once summed up damningly by Michael Porter, of Harvard Business School: “These companies don’t have strategies, they do deals.” Gerry Ambrose in the Kuala Lumpur office of Aberdeen Asset Management laments that it is indeed hard to find Malaysian companies with “a business plan that will last ten years”. Because even the best-run firms often have boards and shareholder lists dominated by the founding family and their friends, it is hard to believe that their thinking will change.
    Hitherto, Malaysian companies have had a remarkable record of picking duds when they buy foreign firms. Laura Ashley, a fashion designer; Costain, a builder; Lec, a fridgemaker; and Agusta, a motorbike-maker: all were bought by Malaysian firms with less than glorious outcomes. This was also described by me in my article as fact.
    However, he says that there are hopeful signs there are “…..hopeful sign for South-East Asia’s corporate future is that it seems to be getting easier for those outside the closed circle of the politically well-connected to set up new businesses and challenge the incumbents. Mr Fernandes’s AirAsia is the prime example. Started only six years ago, the airline now criss-crosses the region with a huge network of low-cost flights. Mr Fernandes, a former music-industry man, is still frantically adding routes: he expects to be allowed to start domestic flights in the Philippines and Vietnam soon. He has started a separate, low-cost, long-haul airline, AirAsiaX, which is flying from Kuala Lumpur to Gold Coast airport in Australia and Hangzhou near Shanghai. Flights to Melbourne, Amritsar and eventually London are on the way. “In other once-coddled industries, too, governments are starting to dismantle monopolies. YTL’s Mr Yeoh says there will soon be “no hiding place” for firms trying to live from old-fashioned rent-seeking.
    The rise of China and India, with their huge home markets, may mean that it is too late for South-East Asia to become big in manufacturing. “The region already dominates some types of agricultural produce: Thailand and Vietnam are the world’s two largest rice exporters, for example. Since the region has so much coastline and so many rivers, there is much scope for expanding fish-farming and seafood production. Thai Union, a giant tuna-packer, is already in BCG’s top 100. Vietnam, the region’s rising star, has several big seafood firms which, if they can resist the regionwide scourge of diversification, may one day reach similar heights.
    But they do seem to be linked to the perseverance of narrow elites and to the countries’ sluggishness in overcoming old rivalries and building an integrated regional market. It is already too late for Malaysia to catch up to the regions major players, but at least Malaysia may want to remain a little bit ahead of the wost of them all at the bottom rank of S-E Asia. Malaysia has lagged behind because Malaysia’s economic model is built on the FOUNDATIONS OF EXCLUSION. A System that excludes 27 million to enrich an elite of some 10,000 families has no other way to go but DOWN.

  30. freewave says:

    lein, your mentality is ‘kolot’, Malay UMNO. But, we are aware MCA = MIC = GERAKAN = UMNO.

    Malaysian Chinese does not blame the Malays but UMNO politics. Mind you, we can differentiate between realities and fantasies. My vote decision is final. I just hope BN will not get 90% this round, that’s the reality I hope will happen soon. Enough said.

  31. freewave says:



  32. eiko says:

    Not to forget Norita Shamuddin case in 2003, and And khalwat with Ziana Zain. This guy is terrible!!!

  33. omisc says:

    for me , i dont think najib can be PM, becouse he not yet be pm already so many proplem, if he be a pm, i think holl malaysia hole he sapu.better not. if not the malaysian girl very suffer, hope u all people got girl in ur family, do vote najib be a pm . thank

  34. omisc says:

    i think anwar is better that najib,

  35. henrypang says:

    I believe the one that remain fair to the nation and the citizens in Muhiddin, our current trade Minister. The latter is the right candidate of the PMship. Lets forget about Najib. He is not a guy to trust. He is only lucky to be Tun Razak’s son and was given an Auto Lift to reach the top. He played too much racist card under the UMNO power. If we believe in NEW world and liberation, we have to choose a man understand national progress and humanity – NOT race base. Of course, given a choice I wuold vote Anwar as our PM in Malaysia.

  36. artemus22 says:

    Yes, Tan Sri Muhyddin Yassin, the current Malaysian Minister of International Trade and Industries is also my first choice. This man talks very little but walks a lot.

  37. […] also Do you want Najib as your next PM? and Can the man with ‘no balls’ be prime minister? for much more rotten-nuttiness […]

  38. daniel says:

    can someone pls post the ’87 pic which shows najib brandishing the keris with the caption ‘soak it with chinese blood’? trying for years to have a copy.

  39. azeem says:

    Who are you to say mahathir is ‘nyanyok’?

    let me quote wht you wrote:

    “Mahathir MAY be getting old as he seems to have forgotten a few things about Najib.”

    MAY??? you should be ashame of yourself putting some assumption to your blog. Who are you to say that he MAY be getting old and forget things? He is 82 but he was in politics since long b4 you were even born. And still actively involve.

    Who are you to say Mahathir wants najib to be PM to show gratitude to Tun Razak?

    let me quote your statement:

    “Former PM Mahathir MAY be grateful to Najib’s father Tun Abdul Razak”

    again, MAY? Thats nothing more than a blunt assumption given by an immature individual compare to tht old seasoned politition mahathir.

    Najib is not the best choice i agree. In fact mahathir changed his mind ages ago already. He cald najib a coward 4 gods sake. Mahathir said, ‘traditionally, it would be najib (cuz traditionally, deputies will take over as PM in malaysia so far). TRADITIONALLY. – quoted from does not look lyk he is supporting najib all out.

  40. adiputra says:

    bodoh and stupid wordpress!

  41. azisirikit says:

    Najib PM? NO LAH! Either KJ or Ezam.. the two scumbags. Then we all eat shit!

  42. Anak Malaysia says:

    No Najib

  43. […] also Do you want Najib as your next PM? and Can the man with ‘no balls’ be prime minister? for Susan Loone’s […]

  44. ani says:

    I prefer najib . eventhough the equal concept in 1 malaysia is not benefits the peribumi enough .

  45. wonder girl says:

    Or shall we say that our Mr. Perfect Politician mahathir is a ‘ MACHIAVELLIAN ‘

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