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Najib Tun Razak is REALLY a coward. So many excuses why he wouldn’t challenge Abdullah Ahmad Badawi. He’s even deserted the man who wants him to be PM – Mahathir Mohammad (malaysiakini).
He says his loyal to UMNO – which his father built up. Hello! That UMNO is dead, brother! The UMNO now belongs to Mahathir – UMNO BARU remember? 1986? Team A, Team B. And which side you were on?
Hey Najib, whether it is true or not, the whole world’s thinking that Abdullah has you by the balls with the Altantuya case. Which is why you are being such a nice and obedient XXX.
So enough of bullshit lah. Lawan tetap Lawan. Oooops! That’s for Anwar Ibrahim and reformasi. For UMNO, it is either REFORMONEY or REFORMATI?
SO! Abdullah does not want to take action on Mahathir for ‘threatening’ the judges? Now who is he to say so? If the police were independent, of course we know they are not, they would take action based on Karpal Singh’s police report on Mahathir.
“I can’t say that I was surprised by the latest allegation, as I have heard so many stories in the past. This is just one of them. This is the first time I have heard about boot camps for judges. I have no reason to doubt that the allegations are not true, unless there are people who say otherwise.” (Abdullah, STAR).
THEN WHY THE HELL CANNOT TAKE ACTION? No action means you are party to this crime, Abdullah! Coward.
Mahathir turns around and say “What veiled threats? Be more specific”. For this guy, it is always a play of words. (STAR)
But everyone’s afraid. Malaysia breeds cowards after cowards.
And then we are told what we all already know – our corruption level is all time critical. I mean it is so bad that it is embarassing, shameful (malaysiakini)
I was told by a 75-year old woman that she was stopped by the traffic police because she crossed the road when the traffic lights were yellow.
The police wanted a bribe and because she was in a hurry (on the way to see a sick friend in hospital), she gave them all that she had in her purse that day. RM15! But they won’t let her go because they wanted more!
There are three of us, the policeman said. “Mana cukup (where got enough -this RM15)?” they asked.
The woman had to open her purse and show them the contents. She really didn’t have the money.
Only then did he let her go. Can you beat that?!