A bad omen, yes. But Naif Ton Rasa deserves what he got in Pattaya, since Malaysians were not game enough to show him what they thought of the 6th prime minister.

The message is clear. To be furstrated on his first international tour, by Thailand’s democatic forces, shows that perhaps, Naif Ton Rasa, has taken his seat in an inappropriate manner.

Also, one can imagine, what happens to people who carry heavy baggages when climbing to the top of a hill. A heavy fall, that is!

And if you are trying to make sense of the red heat wave in Bangkok, here’s a little analysis by Professor Ji Ungkaporn, who is living in exile in London, due to a pending lese majeste charge:

When watching and commenting on the recent events in Thailand, observers need to hold on to some basic principles. These are:
1. No government anywhere in the world has the right to use troops to gun down protestors in the streets, especially when they are not carrying fire arms. The Abhisit government’s use of the army to kill people in cold blood is an outrage. It is not “restraint” nor “the application of the Rule of Law”. It puts the Thai government on the same level as the Burmese junta and their aims are the same too…. to hang on to illegitimate power and protect the interests of the privileged.

2. If observers want to pontificate about the “Rule of Law”, then they must first denounce the illegal military coup of 2006, the lack of partiality and accountability among the judiciary in dissolving TRT and PPP, the illegal seizure of Government House and the airports by the PAD, the use of firearms and bombs by the PAD, the illegal bribes and threats to manoeuvre the Democrats into power, the illegal government-backed Blue Shirt gangs, who carried fire arms and the illegal and extra-Constitutional role of the Palace and the King’s advisors in frustrating the functioning of democracy. None of the above cases have been punished.

3. There is a clear line between Democracy and Dictatorship. “Thai-style democracy” is an elite myth. The Yellows have repeatedly failed to respect the democratic wishes of the majority of the population. They want more appointed public positions and less power to the electorate. They want a “New Order”. They want censorship. They back the draconian lese majeste law which stifles the basic right to freedom of speech. The Reds may not be angels, but they want a genuine democratic process without interference from the military, the King’s advisors or the Palace. They would prefer to use the more democratic Constitution of 1997, rather than the present one drafted by the military.

4. The anger of the Red Shirts over the past few days did not come out of nowhere. Since 2006 the majority of Thais have continually been abused politically by the elite Yellow Shirts, the mainstream media and middle-class academics. When pictures of Red Shirts smashing the PM’s car are shown, it is dishonest and bad journalism not to explain this.

5. The majority of Red Shirts support Taksin, not because they like to “hero worship”, but because his government brought in a Universal Health Care System and other pro-poor measures. The Democrats and the Yellows opposed these policies all along and knew that they couldn’t win popular elections as a result. This is why they wanted a coup.

6. Most of the Thai elite are corrupt, especially army generals and politicians. Why single out just Taksin? We need to punish them all or none at all.

7. The entire Thai elite support the use of state violence, whether it be in the South, in the War on Drugs or against unarmed protestors. Taksin has to take responsibility for gross human rights abuses while he was Prime Minister. So does the rest of the elite, including Abhisit and the Generals. There is a long history of Thai State Crimes and we need to challenge this. We can start with denouncing the cold-blooded murder by troops on the streets of Bangkok this April.

13th April 2009


72 responses »

  1. kittykat46 says:

    All the chickens are coming home to roost; both in Thailand and Malaysia.

  2. Kherry Scarry says:

    First overseas conference ….Bad start…..damn suei !! Face also cannot smile liao….

  3. newsy says:

    Bad omen for the Najis in his first overseas conference since becoming PM, but good for Malaysians seeking alternative federal govt

  4. Justice will prevail in the end. No one can fight the cause of the power of nature (and the people). What goes around comes around…

  5. Hey Susan, shouldn’t it be NAIF DON’T RASA?

  6. martha says:

    Hi Susan

    Remember the song “Heartaches by the numbers” Well in the case of our PM its “Trouble by the numbers” and he is going to have “Sleepless nights in Putra Jaya” and this is just the begining.

  7. Anonymous says:

    In the pix Naif looks like the recently departed Syed Hamid Albar

  8. Anonymous says:

    In the pix Naif looks like the recently departed ISA champion Hamid Albar

  9. wits0 says:

    Maybe someone had a vision and heard sound of (Mongolian)Ghost Rider In The Sky :

    That facial expression is extraordinary…

  10. johanssm / khun Pana says:

    Too bad the lightning struck a bit way off target and hit the PutarJaya Hospital. It could have been a bull’s eye on najis and lostmah heads.
    And too bad the 14 meters ceiling came crashing down in the Putarjaya Clinic instead of the PM residence.
    Too bad that the Khun Thai heli pilot did not throw lostmah out for being overloaded.
    3 close calls within a week and getting closer.
    More mishaps are on the way to najis and lostma.

  11. Menyalak-er says:

    Obviously the reds and the yellows can’t agree on anything. They’re self justified and motivated etc, and this nation called Thailand will be torn asunder. I would seriously ask them to combine colors and come out orange.
    The situation there is actually a ‘class struggle’ and its usually the marginalized who ultimately triumph, albeit after decades, if not centuries of conflict (e.g. Nepal). There is thus real possibility of ‘Myamarization’ of Thailand unless something is done to curb the monarchists, but then most Thai’s in their ‘hearts’ are monarchists aren’t they? Go figure…
    Naif probably saw the conflict in real life and it scared the shit(s) outta him. But will he learn anything from this? Doubtful, as naif (naive) needs his ‘ton’ (again its not weight, but 100,000 rupiah accrding to Kamus Dewan) of ‘rasa’.

  12. monsterball says:

    Just look at Naif Ton Rasa face and body language.
    Is this the type of a Malaysian PM we want to show to the world?
    I repeat..he is UMNO’s PM…not elected by Malaysians.

  13. Anonymous says:

    PATTAYA, April 11 (Bernama) — An unexpected ending — that was the description by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak over the postponement of the 14th Asean summit and related summits when he walked into the press conference with the Malaysian media here Saturday.

    When asked how his day had been, he said: “It has been a frustrating day. I was absolutely prepared to meet them (the other leaders at the summits), I was looking forward to meeting them.

    “Unfortunately, that couldn’t take place. We were unsure what was going to happen next, so I was in a state of flux,” he said.

    Poor thing this naif ton rasa —the other leaders just dared not be pictured with him. It would be used by their opponents in their own elections
    naif would be just bad publicity

  14. Anonymous says:

    PATTAYA, April 11 (Bernama) — An unexpected ending — that was the description by Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak over the postponement of the 14th Asean summit and related summits when he walked into the press conference with the Malaysian media here Saturday.

    When asked how his day had been, he said: “It has been a frustrating day. I was absolutely prepared to meet them (the other leaders at the summits), I was looking forward to meeting them.

    “Unfortunately, that couldn’t take place. We were unsure what was going to happen next, so I was in a state of flux,” he said.

    Poor thing this naif ton rasa —the other leaders just dared not be pictured with him. It would be used by their opponents in their own elections
    naif would be just bad publicity

  15. Anonymous says:

    Puff, the magic dragon lived by the sea
    And frolicked in the autumn mist in a land called honah lee,
    Little jackie paper loved that rascal puff,
    And brought him strings and sealing wax and other fancy stuff. oh

  16. apapunboleh says:

    he was lucky to make it out by chopper, or else they might have hanged him for murder, mob rules.

  17. Menyalak-er says:

    Thanks, friend Anonymous: “… so I was is a state of flux.” which is what i meant by shit(s)! Flux also means diarrhoea and purging…
    See the beauty of Naif’s language? O what a great bleeder thou art!

  18. Anonymous says:

    “… so I was is a state of flux.”

    kekekeke naif dono if he`s coming or going.
    At least badawi could go to sleep, this one cant do that even.

  19. Anonymous says:

    “diarrhoea and purging…”

    hmmmm those guys at the back of him plugging najis` bung-hole then to prevent him further embarassing himself

  20. Anonymous says:

    A bunghole is a hole bored in a liquid-tight barrel. The hole is capped with a large cork-like object called a bung.

  21. wits0 says:

    Puff, The Magic Dragon was a nice children of the sixties. However some smart aleck in the Gomen in the sixties had it banned, saying that it referred to the drug culture.

    “The authors of the song have repeatedly refuted this urban legend and have strongly and consistently denied that they intended any references to drug use.[7] Peter Yarrow has frequently explained that “Puff” is about the hardships of growing older and has no relationship to drug-taking.[8] He has also said of the song that it “never had any meaning other than the obvious one”.”,_the_Magic_Dragon

    Well, you see, the bumno gomen started to suck from even the sixties. Half past six-ness didn’t just started recently.

  22. rakyat (the big boss of bolehland) says:

    Folks! Hold your fire please.

    I think for the benefits of all rakyat (all big bosses of bolehland) and rakyat’s children (future big bosses of bolehland), can we not give our pm Mr. Najib an opportunity to perform his sacred task?

    Bolehland is akin to a big family! Just imagine if in a family, all the members are uncooperative, qurrelsome and not working as a team, can the family do well in the market place?

    Since Mr. Najib is promoting 1Malaysia, then shall we not give Mr. Najib a chance to do his task well?

    If our pm doesn’t perform his job well, we can always give him our professional advice so that the goal of the rakyat can be attained!

  23. rakyat (the big boss of bolehland) says:

    If all the rakyat (the boses of bolehland) can work hard and encourage each other, bolehland will be a pleasant country to live in and is an envied country of the world.

    Think, think, think and use brain, bolehland can be an utopia country if we all the rakyat (the bosses of bolehland) can compassionately work as a team.

    1people 1bolehland is a hallmark of bolehland.

    If every rakyat (the big boss of bolehland) can focus to take good care of himself/herself and manage his/her own family well, then there won’t be any problem in managing bolehland.

    Bolehland can only be peaceful if we have a peaceful family.

    To the opposition parties, please work together with the government and stop the garrulous polemics.

  24. rakyat (the big boss of bolehland) says:

    The rakyat (the big bosses of bolehland) want all the politicians (government & opposition) to work together for the benefits of all rakyat (the big bosses of bolehland) and not for individual interests/gains!

    The rakyat (the big bosses of bolehland) want constructive suggestions and not abusive rhetorics which are detrimental to 1Malaysia.

    1Malaysia is no big deal if a rakyat can first take good care of yourself, your family and the nation!

    1Malaysia boleh, the rakyat (the big bosses of bolehland) boleh!

  25. Anonymous says:

    Mahathir can give najis chance – not me

  26. Anonymous says:

    “1people 1bolehland is a hallmark of bolehland.”


  27. Anonymous says:

    Makes me puke

  28. rider says:

    Heh..heh! The face and body language shows just one thing, that he could, apparently, have thought that the avengers of Altantuya are after him.

    The Righteous Buddha is showing the world how a man like Naif Ton Rasa should be treated!

  29. Anonymous says:

    His hand looks cacat

  30. Menyalak-er says:

    “…our pm, Mr (Naif) an oppurtunity to perform his (sacred) task?” – rakyat (11.05)
    Now where did that come from?
    “Sacred”: Consecrated, esteememed dear.
    Hahaha… esteemed, by whom? Consecrated, yeah to strange gods. Dear, to what? Only to queer rakyat(s), i guess. This ‘Dear’ leader ain’t sacred! He’s sacral with a wife is a sack of ‘lumpiolii’.
    Yeah Any., puking and barfing too at all ‘polite’ rakyat CT’s…

  31. Anonymous says:

    He must go to courts and be firmly courageous enough to deny those allegations and sue those writers and if luck is with him he may even earn some clean money, the thing which he loves most.

    Many expected Dr Mahathir to use his influence and get Najib to be on his toes and just do what he should in cleaning up his severely dented image.

    Let us all see things objectively and agree among ourselves that with this extent of allegation against a Prime Minister of our sovereign nation, it is unbearable and if he continues to chicken out in this issue he has only one choice; that is to resign from all party and government positions and live in repentance.

    Dr Mahathir in actual fact wants Muhyiddin to be the PM and he knows Najib’s credibility is at the lowest ebb and to him Najib may soon have to leave the position and give smooth passage for Muhyiddin to be the successor.

  32. ktteokt says:

    One Malaysia or One Anything does not make any difference with these UMNO goons, it will just turn out to be just an empty call. Remember the Rukunegara, remember Wawasan 2020 and whatever promises by AAB during his reign? What has become of all these? They were just empty calls. Tell me how much of the Rukunegara has been implemented so far? They put these words “membina masyarakat yang ADIL” in the Rukunegara but they still claim “Ketuanan Melayu” and Malay special rights.

    Wawasan 2020 was but a “mirage” by TDM those days. If Malaysia has not become a “developed” nation after 52 years of independence, does anyone think it can become one in a matter of 11 years?

    Empty calls of “Malay unity” and not national unity by the various ex-Presidents of UMNO has not been answered and the Malays are now ever split into different factions! So now Najis wants NATIONAL UNITY by his 1-MALAYSIA call? I think he should clean up his own backyard before talking about anything else!

    Coming back to AAB’s anti-corruption ideas, he set up the MACC but just a couple of days ago, the new DPM spoke of “pouring millions into Chinese schools” but the Chinese ungratefully voted against BN. Wouldn’t that amount to a SELF CONFESSION of corruption by the new DPM? So what action has the MACC taken against him?

  33. Idzan Ismail says:

    Hey Susan, glad to know you are safe and sound.
    In one piece. And again back to being naughty, naughty.
    Bad omen for Najib?
    So bad omen for other heads of states too.
    Such illogical assumption.
    Why don’t you tell your flock here to behave and be good.
    Or are you itching for similar happening in our beloved nation?
    Surely you like peace, right.
    This is the only country for us.
    Not everyone is lucky as you to live elsewhere.

  34. frust says:

    Just take a look at how” full “& clumsy is our new PM.His coat buttons are on the verge of bursting. Look at our new DPM how “prosperous” he looks, look at his face and his suit like going to burst-off. Too well-fed, so brains blocked.Look at all the Umno/Bn (except Badawi/Khairy) cabinet- PM,DPM,Rafidah,Sharizat,Yen2,Sami Vellu and so many cant name all, all so fat and “prosperous” looking (too much rich man’s food & makan makan), how to work & run the country efficiently (look at US Bush/Clinton & UK(Toney Blair -all so fit looking) (when one is fat one feels sluggish & clumsy and sleepy all the time and not alert, no wonder our DPM uttered sluggishly & sleepily but dare to topple Badawi for his sleepiness under the instruction of his mentor Tun M). Look at PR cabinet, all slim and fit. Size reflects one’s personality and attitude & mentality. BN slims down the cabinet but the people of BN do not slim down at all instead got fatter and fatter each time.There was one who lost his constitution, looks so clumsy with his big belly bigger than a 9 month pregnant lady and his belly walked first in the puddle of water when flash flood hit in one area.He could not even save himself with such big belly how could he save his people in his constituency.Joker. Don’t vote overweight politicians-too sluuggish to run the country.

  35. eeyaw says:

    Naif’s bad omen for a starter! More to come.

  36. Idzan Ismail says:


    You talk baldedash.
    Look at Lo gwo bryne – whatisname – my Kelana Jaya MP.
    A lumbering sod with a camera but no intellect.
    Never heard him speaking a word.
    Am glad I am not a fool for not voting him.
    Look at RPK. Also a fat slob.
    Nizae waddles like a duck.

  37. eeyaw says:

    This Idzan, Jean or whatever name she’s using, is too much, calling people names. Don’t think she looks like a buttercup herself perhaps more like Naif Ton Rasa since she adores him.

  38. Commonsense says:

    Not so much a bad omen for Naif, but rather his presence is a bad omen for other Asean heads.

  39. Anonymous says:

    Najis sure looks like he is being “shafted” by the 3 behind him.

  40. Anonymous says:

    What is more amusing is he looks like he is enjoying it.

  41. Anonymous says:

    Najis looks like he is enjoying it. His cheeks even got the “ooof” look

  42. aje says:

    Menteri Penerangan, Komunikasi dan Kebudayaan, Rais Yatim hari ini meminta penulis blog menghentikan penulisan mengenai perkara palsu dan menyentuh peribadi.

    Beliau berkata mereka yang menulis laporan palsu akan dikenakan tindakan mengikut Akta Komunikasi dan Multimedia.

    “Menyatakan perkara palsu dan perkara menyentuh peribadi harus dihentikan oleh para penulis tersebut (penulis di internet dan blog).

    kah kah kah… PALSU MACAM MANA ? kah kah kah…

    kah kah kah…BINI BUNTING DINO LARI…. KADI CARI TAK JUMPA?…. kah kah kah… INI BUKAN BERITA PALSU…kah kah kah

    kah kah kah… SATU MALAYSIA NAK TAHU…. NAK TAHU APA HAH?… kah kah kah…



  43. nolhas says:


    No.1 on list : Naif Tong Rosak

  44. Anonymous says:

    Presiden Parti Sosialis Malaysia (PSM), Dr Mohd Nasir Hashim, ‘gembira’ dan mengalu-alukan kemasukan semula Dr Mahathir Mohamad ke dalam Umno kerana ini akan memberi lebih banyak ‘peluru’ kepada Pakatan Rakyat untuk terus ‘menembak’ parti ‘reput’ itu dan kerajaan.

    Nasir yang juga Ahli Dewan Undangan Negeri (Adun) Kota Damansara, berkata kemasukan Mahathir ke dalam Umno pasti akan memberi peluang kepada Pakatan Rakyat mendedahkan kelemahan dan kezaliman yang beliau termasuk dalam krisis Perlembagaan 1993 yang menyebabkan kuasa-kuasa raja Melayu terhakis.

  45. nolhas says:

    Naif Tong Rosak – 1Malaysia

    Utusan Malaysia, Headline 15 April 2009 – “Bangkitlah Melayu”

    …….apa tu bodo 1malaysia kucing kurap?

  46. nolhas says:

    Najis face watr say he got piles………..better someone help him and cut it out

  47. storm62 says:

    “bangkitlah melayu” apa pasai pulak skrg baru mau bangkit, umno/bn dah 51 tahun memerintah tahun ini 2009 baru mau panggil melayu bangkit ke?

    najis tong rosak, tolong bersihkan nama engkau dulu….oophs by the way, how to clean a piece of najis? don’t come near me, i’ll pee on you, shit head!

  48. Con Text says:

    “how to clean a piece of najis?”

    Najis is like Starship Enterprise———-they both go around Uranus

  49. Anonymous says:

    Remember that pix well.
    One day those 3 will be in uniform, and the racist tong rosak`s son will be trying to hide his face.
    Just wait and see.

  50. wits0 says:

    “Najis is like Starship Enterprise———-they both go around Uranus”

    I agree with their going around Ur-anusbit but being Starship Enterprise, no. The starship Enterprise are the good guys. He’s like a Klingon (Cling-on) Predator vessel(weasel) sneaky and cloaking himself invisible around Ur-anus and many others

  51. kekekeke says:

    Fecal particles which cling to bottox hair after excretion

    A person who you have no real personal relationship with and yet follows you around as if you had them on a leash.

    When you have had a turd and don’t wipe ya botty properly

    Pyrex s*x toy for women

  52. nolhas says:

    Utusan says there are enough ‘Malay’ seats in Parliament for the Malays to form the government with just Malay seats.
    In other words, the Malays do not need the non-Malays to form the government.
    Therefore, the government must fulfil whatever demands of the Malays because the Malays are the majority and there should be no compromise with the non-Malays.

    This one time I must agree with Utusan——-NO COMPROMISE

  53. nolhas says:


    KUALA LUMPUR, 15 April (Hrkh) – Demi memuji dan ‘memuja’ isteri Perdana Menteri, Rosmah Mansor, Kerajaan Negeri Sembilan didakwa membelanja sejumlah RM45,786.00 membeli iklan di sebuah akhbar arus perdana.

    Iklan satu muka itu telah dibeli oleh Kerajaan Negeri Sembilan untuk ‘memuja’ Rosmah yang sudi melawat daerah Rembau.

    Demikian didedahkan Ahli Majlis Tertinggi KeADILan Badrul Hisham dalam blognya yang mengecam Kerajaan Negeri Sembilan kerana membazirkan sebegitu besar jumlah wang rakyat hanya untuk memuja dan mengambil hati isteri seorang Perdana Menteri.

    kah kah kah… KAH KAH KAH… kah kah kah..


  54. kekekeke says:



  55. wits0 says:

    We already expected this sort of Kutuksan hubris. So what else is new or original? It’s good to see the hastening of the death of all vile asshole component bn parties like MCA, Gerakan and MIC etc., whose time is up anyway.

  56. wits0 says:

    Just kick out the nons’ component parties ; it’s that simple. Why go around conning?

  57. kekekeke says:

    Yeah, farkkkk off mca, mic, gerakkan…..all wrong skin, colour.
    Non malay bn parties do not understand malay language and their leaders must go for bahasa melayu education to muhi.
    Start with:

    Hidung tak mancung pipi tersorong-sorong

  58. sun says:

    Nice pic of naif tong rosak

  59. sun says:

    “Bangkitlah Melayu!”. The news called for cooperation among Malays to face the increasingly excessive demands from the non-Malays.

    How could the editor allow such kind of racist call to be published in a multiracial country? Would not the call ignite the racial sentiment of non-Malays and even among Malays? Who knows if the readers would not be emotionally fired and the consequence could not be another May 13 incident?……

    If Najib’s fair and responsible media calling allows Utusan Malaysia’s headlines news of damaging the unity of Malaysia’s citizens, then for sure Najib is digging the gr ave, together with the help of his Utusan Malaysia, to bury UMNO or actually BN in the next general election!

  60. wits0 says:

    “Bangkitlah Melayu!”.

    Ban Sanskrit words!

  61. kittykat46 says:

    Its not that Utusan has ruined Naif Ton Rasa’s One Malaysia concept.

    The Utusan Malaysia rantings are the REAL UMNO talking, the same old 1969 UMNO (remember, remember May 1969)

    Naif Ton Rasa’s One Malaysia is just an advertising campaign selling fakes.
    Just like fake Rolex watches and fake Louis Vuitton bags.

  62. wits0 says:

    “Just like fake Rolex watches and fake Louis Vuitton bags.”

    Doubt thous the stars are fire? The Utusan Malaysia rantings are indeed the REAL UMNO talking.

    The rest are kok tok double speak…moronic fakes entirely. The message is to intimidate the component running dogs(apology to real and true canines!).

  63. Anonymous says:

    Naif tong rosak macam ketam menyuruh anak jalan betul

  64. wits0 says:

    Umno has long murdered the original semantics attached to words – it’s survival depends on insidious deception and double speaking.

  65. hello happiness says:

    Bodoh macam udang
    Gemuk macam b…

  66. kekekeke says:


    Najib: BN may not contest Penanti by-election

    Anwar Cabar UMNO – BN Jangan Bertanding Jika Kata Membazir

  67. Thumb Logic says:

    Thailand did not reach today’s position yesterday. The slide began 15 years ago.

  68. sawadeecoup says:


  69. sawadeecoup says:

    I call upon all Malaysians who wish to uphold the kedaulatan of the Federal Constitution of Malaysia to converge onto Ipoh on 7 May 2009 as a show of support to Nizar Jamaluddin and the Pakatan Rakyat government of Perak.

    Mahathir admitted Naif Ton Rasa handled the Perak matter badly.

  70. hisham says:


    KUANTAN 18 April – Sokongan padu masyarakat terutama rakyat negeri ini kepada Perdana Menteri, Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak terbukti apabila lebih 70,000 orang hadir ke majlis sambutan meraikan beliau di Pahang hari ini.


    NAJIB melambaikan tangan kepada lebih 15,000 penduduk yang hadir pada Majlis Sambutan Meraikan Perdana Menteri di Dataran Pekan, semalam. Sebelum itu lebih 40,000 warga Kuantan menyambut beliau di Padang MPK 1, Kuantan.

    Naif Ton Rasah “1Malaysia” donno how to count.

    … ANTARA 30,000 DENGAN 15,000 BANYAK OOOOiiii… kah kah kah…

    kah kah kah… PAKAI BELASAH AJE… kah kah kah..

    kah kah kah… NAK BUAT PROPAGANDA BUAT LAAAA BETUL BETUL…kah kah kah….

  71. OMG says:

    Tun M resign from Ummno to boycott Badawi.Ummno accepted his resignation and happy he stayed out of Ummno as he was the cause of the split in Ummno.Now Badawi and his camp out of Ummno, toppled by Tun M, Tun M is welcome & glorified again in Ummno. So now the camp in Ummno is Tun M’s camp. More split in Ummno is expected. Ummno was split into half during Tun M’s time, now comeback of Tun to Ummno will further slit Ummno into many splits and many camps.Ummno can only be reunited without Tun M in it.With him in it, he will stir up the hornet’s nest. Mr. Clean vs Mr Corrupt.Justice vs Injustice.Transparency vs non-transparency.Democracy vs. Dictortorship.Human rights vs ISA. Racists vs non-racists.Rule of law vs. rule of the jungle (Pot calling a kettle black=Tun M)

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