I hope Pakatan Rakyat lose the PENANTI by-election. I don’t mind having Mahathir Mohammad and Naif Ton Rasa win it. Serious.

Because, PR can get really arrogant if they continue to win and win all the by elections. It would make them complacent. It would make them think too highly of themselves. Too arrogant.

Worst still, it makes them think their leaders are GOD!

Why can’t Anwar Ibrahim or PKR be criticised in the media? Anwar is not God, the same way Naif Ton Rasa is not God. (Read: GE gagged on Fairus issue)

Even God gets criticised and abused all the time.

Is the likes of Syed Husin Ali trying to gain favour with PKR people? With Anwar around, he cant be THAT relevant anymore.

Are they (PKR) trying to divert attention from something more sinister happening within Pakatan Rakyat or PKR itself? It seems a more likely answer. Knowing politicians.

Or are these politicians simply clamouring for media glamor?

[Glamour is like viagra to a politician, I am sorry to say].

Or are they simply led by the media to show discord within the Pakatan fold? If the answer is yes to this, then Pakatan had never learnt any lesson from the past.

Don’t they have enough lessons to know who is and will always be behind the media?

But its comforting to know that hardly anyone believes the media anymore. People ask: are they (the media) trying to set this parties up, by orders of their paymasters?

Sometimes people think that the media is bankrupt of ideas, stories.

It could be UMNO or MCA.

Why allow the Fairus affair to create chaos within Pakatan?

It’s really NOT worthwile.

Unless…if….is DAP also making a fuss because they want Penanti for themselves? or the DCMI post in the state government?

The thought did cross many minds.

If not, why can’t Lim Guan Eng be criticised as well? LGE is also not God. (Read: Stop the attacks on Lim)

Or is he?

227 responses »

  1. stupa says:

    Because, PR can get really arrogant if they continue to win and win all the by elections. It would make them complacent. It would make them think too highly of themselves. Too arrogant.

    YES

    Worst still, it makes them think their leaders are GOD!

    YES

    In that sense JUST LIKE BN

  2. Anonymous says:

    LGE can throw shoes, why not the people.

  3. […] Original post by *SUSAN LOONE’s Blog* […]

  4. zztop says:

    Susan, I understand your frustrations/concerns on the current political scenario in PKR. Hope DAP and PK and their leaders must wake up and work together for the good of the rakyat.

  5. Anonymous says:

    # The confusion is not limited to only Anwar and Lim Guan Eng. The people are confused and kept in the dark over the real reason of Fairus’ resignation. Political parties must ensure that their candidates should be able and committed to serve a full term. If Fairus’ reason to quit is to focus on his postgraduate studies, it confirms his irresponsibility. With talks and murmurs of his alleged involvement in the quarry case in Penang, the people deserved to know the truth. Public office is a position held in trust of the people. If any Tom, Dick and Harry can come and go as they please, the parliament and state assemblies will turn into a half-way house. What if more elected politicians start to quit for all sort of reasons? Lost interest, getting married, having babies etc.?

    # Some analysts said, I was told, the by-election is necessary for PR to do some house cleaning. Goodness sake, this is the flimsiest excuse I have ever heard if it is true. Political parties doing house cleaning and we have to pay for their inability to choose better candidates, groom and train them even if they are not the brightest, or just want to reprimand bad apples. Why do the public have to pick up the tab for political parties? This sounds like the same situation in Pahang (RM63 million for breach of contract), Johor (abandoned crooked bridge project) and others.

    http://khookaypeng.blogspot.com/2009/04/you-are-wrong-dr-syed-husin-ali.html

  6. wira says:

    Penang is such a small state. If they cannot even manage the 2nd top guy, the exDCM?

    What a SHAMEFUL start.

  7. Kherry Scarry says:

    Beware…..Self destruction….Time BomB !!!!

  8. a singaporean says:

    you know sloone, i’ve been thinking you are all quite lucky living as our neighbour. your economy is strongly supported by your country’s rich resources albeit not an ideal palimentary representatives for some of your people but hey you all can lambast and skin ‘wordily’ those you dont like and still go quite unscathed.

    just try doing the same punch what you all are doing in my country and we’ll be deadmeat and our economy stagnates which i believe it’s true cause we only have human beings.

    enjoy your life while you can.

  9. Anonymous says:

    “our economy stagnates which i believe it’s true cause we only have human beings”

    WTF that mean?

  10. wits0 says:

    “Why allow the Fairus affair to create chaos within Pakatan?”

    Indeed. Also how many characters by the name of “Fair-us” are getting notorious in foulness?

    The PR must be criticized and the MSM also nicely damned for increasing the confusion.

    I wouldn’t call it “a SHAMEFUL start.” But it’s a clumsy handling of events leading to more rumours.

  11. wits0 says:

    ““our economy stagnates which i believe it’s true cause we only have human beings”

    WTF that mean?”

    I suppose it’s classic Singlish.

  12. Menyalak-er says:

    All political entities have their skeletons and carcasses. There is much infighting in PKR and some of the candidates they had picked for the last GE stink too. ‘Immaturity’ is probably the best way to describe them.
    Anwar is trying to cull out these, but at the expense of ‘byelections’ which i feel is not prudent. They really need to select their candidates in a more professional way and i have repeatedly suggested – a series of ‘psychological and sociological tests’, not just educational level or ball-carrying abilities, ala Be-end. But this is time consuming, so they better start now. What they have now, can be best described as ‘blur’ and ‘inadequate’. Lil’ Napoleans are starting to rear their ugly ‘senget’ appendages. While Anwar has his own trumped up legal battles to fight, these flurs are running riot. If not for his charisma and mediation skills, PKR and the whole PR would be extinct. He might not escape the ‘trap’ laid and as kak Wan says: “He is too trusting”.
    LGE, on the other hand will be most appalled to be labelled a ‘god’, Susan.
    He has what it takes, but he has too many hangers-on who are on the edge of perversity and corruptibility. Many of these sycophants are trying to lead him down the path of perdition, but have been mostly unsuccessful, possibly because of Betty, his dad’s and stalwart uncle Karpal. But the Perak DAP is in a mess of clashing personalities. It is time they sit down and trash it out behind closed doors.
    Lest anyone might have ideas of me changing stripes, go play with yourself – ‘syiok sendiri’, ‘cos i will stand on the side of hope and faith of PR’s slogan.

  13. kittykat46 says:

    Guan Eng and Anwar must be criticised.

    Yes, Yes, Yes….

    I, too, don’t like how the Fairus saga and the resulting by-election has evolved. We don’t need another “U Must Not Object” Barisan Nasional culture in the making.

  14. kekekeke says:

    Oh, and there`s the latest sideshow on EW new releases.

  15. wits0 says:

    “We don’t need another “U Must Not Object” Barisan Nasional culture in the making.”

    You got it! A 5 shots 1″ group at a hundred yards at the target rifle range.

  16. kassimselamat2 says:

    There can only be one boss in any set up.In Pakatan, it is Anwar.If DAP do not like the idea and toe the line,then they are welcome to go alone.If they dare?Even Karpal was told to shut up when he criticised Anwar(trouble maker?) incident.
    So Mr Lim,do you want to remain as CM of Penang or balik Malacca makan cencalok?

  17. grasscutter says:

    Najib living in fear of Mahathir

    The problem is that while Najib may placate the Mahathir faction inside UMNO, the greater public at large continues to be disenchanted with the party’s leadership of the country.

    http://omong.wordpress.com/2009/04/21/najib-living-in-fear-of-mahathir/

  18. wits0 says:

    The Barker: “If not for his charisma and mediation skills, PKR and the whole PR would be extinct.”

    Right.

    Another bark: “He has what it takes, but he has too many hangers-on who are on the edge of perversity and corruptibility. Many of these sycophants are trying to lead him down the path of perdition…”

    Yep.

  19. Kuttysamy says:

    Ha, Ha, Finally we can see a loophole in PR. What do you expect? They are human too and sometimes makes mistakes just like us.

    We expected them to be like superhuman ,always doing the right thing and when they make a slip we go for the”kill”. Isn’t that easy??

    How predictable we humans are!!!

    So now are you going to support me when I lead the umno campaign in Penanti??

    Or are you just letting out your frustration only ,Miss Sloone??
    Welcome abroad you are not much difference than me. Remember we are just human,

    TM this umno this and bn this blah ,blah ,blah and for a change saying PR this……. feels nice isn’t it????

    Isn’t that a real release !!!!!

  20. rafraf says:

    Party insiders say Najib, having got Mahathir back on his side, lives in fear that the former prime minister will go after him again if he doesn’t get what he wants. Mahathir, party insiders say, regards Najib as weak and won’t hesitate to blast the prime minister if he doesn’t get his way.

    In particular, party insiders say, one condition for getting Mahathir back into the party was the isolation of Khairy Jamalludin, former Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi’s son-in-law…

  21. annoyed says:

    I see this as the weakest link in Pakatan Rakyat-PKR where PKR still has the element of those “ultras” among its members. No doubt, PKR is crucial in forming the partnership in PR, it is also a deadly acupoint in PR.

    The best way to neutralise this deadly acupoint is for PR, in particularly PKR to be more transparent in its functioning instead of hiding the weakness points. Rakyat are more willingly in accepting your weaknesses if you practise transparency instead of secrecy.

    Rakyat’s eyes are clear. PR should have nothing to hide.

  22. PeoplePower says:

    Susan,

    I do agreed with you that why can’t Anwar Ibrahim, LGE be criticised in the media?

    But I hope you are not too emotional to curse Pakatan Rakyat lose in the PENANTI by-election.

    PR should avoid ‘Infighting’ if we want to defeat Regime BN in every by-election and next GE.

    Remember, we only have 1 enemy which is Regime BN!

    PR main objective is to defeat Regime BN in every by-election and next GE!

  23. TAN LOCK AAN says:

    From observing the inter- party members of Pakatan communication, I gather that all its member parties are not thinking and working with one mind. They are very bad co-ordinated, not united with one front, and at times each member party is working on its own way. Very often they are critising each other in public.There is no clear head/leader within the group who can lead and command.

    Look at Barisan National. All member parties are disciplined. There may be occasional public outburst against each other, but once the BN head has sounded out his displeasure all parties fall into line. They share common enemy from outside. They work together and cliched well. They behave matually.

  24. Leong Yook Kong says:

    We blamed God for doing this and that. Why He recalls a certain young man at a tender age to His side? Why should this young woman dies so mercilously? Why He causes disaster to certain places? The list goes on and on…… We always wish that God should not do this and that.

  25. annoyed says:

    TAN HOCK AAN

    “Look at Barisan National. All member parties are disciplined.”

    What? These people are just parasites. They have no brain that can think of their own.

    Criticising each other is alright to me, so long it is transparent and with maturity in thinking. That’s the culture PR leaders should have. Of course, in doing so, MSM is not the place to do since MSM is not neutral. They take orders from Amno.

  26. apapunboleh says:

    Eveyone needs a wake-up call

  27. bs says:

    If they carry on like this, PR will even lose back all the states that they have won from BN in 2008.
    You are right Susan, let them lose this time around. This will hopefully wake them up.
    This is damn dissapointing, they gave us so much hope that they are going to bring change to us and look at what they are doing just a year after the GE.
    I hope PR is aware that their honeymoon period is over and all of us who have voted for them are watching their performance now.

  28. wits0 says:

    TAN HOCK AAN, who are you trying to kid with the maturity image of BN at this time and date?

    That’s a real worn and tired chimera and myth enabled by the vulgar and Most Slavish Media. It’s a deadwood society within there growing grotesquely fat from the profit of selling other people’s backsides.

    If you cannot face the reality that is, it reflects on your own integrity as well.

  29. Limpek says:

    We are tired of nation’s politic.

    Whoever takeover is the same. Setengah kati dengan lapan tahi.
    kata orang tua.

    No eye see. the nation is destined to be Bankrupt.

  30. Try this says:

    Most politicians are by profession ;lawyers,businessmen,graduates in other disciplnes and even doctors too!They are supposed to be the learned but we are sadly having difficulty differentiating them from ordinary folks. what’s happening here! Have we learnt the wrong things from educational institutions? Who is to be blamed for all these mess?

    We know that the laws of men are to obeyed by men but no one is obeying them. We see bad examples everywhere. It is better to just obey one’s own conscience because that is God’s written laws on our hearts.If only everyone lives by their own conscience then there will less headache!

  31. george says:

    PR is shooting itself in the foot. I’m not surprised, one day Mahathir will rule Malaysia again by proxy and PR will be finished. They dig their own grave. When Mahathirism come back, I’m off to Singapore and Yahudi Israel. Bye! Bye!

  32. Idzan Ismail says:

    Kudos Susan
    For once I agee with you.
    Love you gal.
    Aljuburi is up to his dirty old tricks again.
    This time he played out LGE.
    DAP please divorce Keadilan now.
    Or else your supporters will run to MCA.

  33. Anonymous says:

    Sloone ,
    You must be criticised too.
    we all and most people know about the reason why Fairus resigned
    No one update you? surprised! if you are not sure please don’t write.
    we must have arguements and questioning that why we called DEMOCRACY.
    DSAI is right when he said” if Fairus is not guilty of corruption then we will surely defend him.” Hello hello you get that!

  34. K1 says:

    LGE, learn what singapore govt do..if anwar is doing politic talk, you must wake him up, dont act like umno

  35. mat t says:

    The way i look at it the problem is simple keep those ex umno pkr guys away from posts and keep them on a leash including dsai.

  36. rafraf says:

    It is early yet for Penanti to be lost.

  37. joenathan says:

    Ha,here we go.I have been repeatedly saying,not to show blind loyalty to any leader and we must get rid of patronage politics,but I still see many blind supporters around.All we need is 10 people like Monsterball,and Pakatan will go down the hole.No one is indispensable and politicians should not be above criticism,esp if the critics are the rakyat,as we are the one who gave these leaders the mandate to lead us.

  38. rafraf says:

    EW however should resign after more pics appeared.
    Have another byelection there which Pakatan will win by a bigger majority

  39. rafraf says:

    “Mungkin ada baiknya kita bertanding di situ. Tapi saya rasa geram jugalah, geram kerana mereka (pembangkang) seolah-olah setiap bulan nak ada pilihanraya kecil,”

    – Mukhriz Mahathir

  40. Menyalak-er says:

    Anonymous my friend, sometimes it’s good to keep things under control. We all agree that Penanti’s ex-ADUN is corruptible, self motivated and ineffective, but who blew the whistle? By all means slap this Fairus flur and hanguskan his depCMship. Make him toe the line, until next erection – then drop him. The problem is that there is a lot of infighting just like Naif’s party (eg Turtle state) and PKR, doesn’t seem to be able to contain it well.
    Anwar’s weakness is his ‘waffling’ and emotional daring do. But this is what makes for his oratory skills par excellence. He must be seen to do what is right – and that is to wait for MACCdonald’s to fry Fairus. If they don’t, leave it alone while he fries this flur quietly, with LGE. But preemption was his decision, and that doesn’t do anything constructive.
    ‘Compromise’ – although reprehensible to most including me, is the very art and science of politics.
    There will be many who will try to drive a wedge between DAP and PKR, but they shouldn’t hold their breath, otherwise the ungergo premature menopause and expire.

  41. hasnol says:

    Idzan Ismail Says:
    April 21, 2009 at 2:55 pm

    DAP please divorce Keadilan now.

    Macam ni????

    KEPUTUSAN LAFAZ CERAI TAKLIK ANAK RAIS YATIM JUMAAT – berita hairan

    KUALA LUMPUR: Mahkamah Rendah Syariah semalam menetapkan Jumaat ini untuk keputusan kes pengesahan lafaz cerai taklik dimohon perunding teknologi maklumat, Dino Rais apabila beliau memutuskan menarik semula permohonan difailkan Disember tahun lalu.

  42. hasnol says:

    SHAHRIR AGAINST CROOKED BRIDGE, PREFERS BETTER TIES – the Star

    (The Star) – Johor Baru MP Shahrir Abdul Samad is against the revival of the crooked bridge project and has instead proposed that both countries work together to build a straight one.

    He said a straight bridge would be good for building better bilateral ties between both governments.

    JAMBATAN BENGKOK WAJAR DIBINA – SHAHRIR – melayu

    (Utusan Malaysia) – Ahli Parlimen Johor Bahru, Shahrir Abdul Samad berkata, jambatan bengkok menghubungkan Malaysia-Singapura wajar diteruskan.

    Kata beliau, jambatan yang menghubungkan Tanjung Puteri di Johor dan Woodlands di Singapura itu boleh dilaksanakan dengan semangat setia kawan antara kedua-dua negara.

    kah kah kah… LIHATLAH KERJA BODOH MEDIA SATU MALAYSIA?… kah kah kah…

    kah kah kah…. DUA BERITA DARI MULUT MUNKEE YANG SAMA… kah kah kah…

    kah kah kah…. HASILNYA DUA LAPORAN YANG AMAT BDERBEZA…. Kah kah kah…

    woit… SIAPA BETUL?… SI MUNKEE ?… MELAYAU ?…. STAR ?… kah kah kah..

    woit… NAK BODEK MADEY BODEKLAH BETUL BETUL… kah kah kah..

    woit… INI BUKAN BODEK… INI BODOH…. kah kah kah

  43. ghost of Altantuya says:

    The most urgent issue with PKR is to get both quality and quantity. They must get the best people to join and run for election and not those who are half past six.

  44. godricmb says:

    aiyo susan,

    why the impatience. wait till PR is up there, then we criticise la. the enemy is coming from left right top bottom front behind at PR. U still wanna spoil everythg is it?

    DSAI has to get someone else to fill that post becoz its damage control. Fairuz was ganged up by the rest of the lot in Penang PKR. whatever their motives are, we don’t know, but the bottom line is they cannot be trusted. i think this is a reasonable move at this point considering the condition PKR is in.

    PR must win Penanti. that should be our shared objective.

  45. Jari Emas says:

    In fact, there are few recent cases in Pg really disappointed me. I did fax my unhappy message to DAP’s few centres just a few hours ago. Conincidently, you are having the same concern as me, perhaps as most of the Penangites, as we share the same feeling at the same time. I wish that they have already got the message from me thro’ the fax, a PG voter. Will PKR lose the Penanti seat this time, Anwar and LKE should know it now. Don’t guess, please.

  46. taiwan news says:

    Fairus was forced to step down when MACC said he would charged SOON.

    Would Pakatan want him to stay until he was cleared? Who knows what the evidence is?
    Fairus is more honorable than Naif Ton Rasa.
    Naif should follow the example se ans set up a Commission of Enquiry to clear his name. Now he is an embarassment to the country.

  47. nikmj says:

    I dont realize all this while that you are a good joker as well in addition to Mahafiraun obsessed supporter..

    http://nmjnh.wordpress.com/2009/04/20/bn-sengaja-cari-alasan-gara2-takut-kalah-dipenanti-malaysiakini/

  48. My2cen says:

    I don agree with you on this one, Susan!

    I think PR should continue winning to build up their confidance, and that of it’s supporters. But like everyone else, I am fed-up of the antics of these ex-UMNO goons. IF PKR doesn’t do some house cleaning, we will see the Malays votes crossing back to UMNO. Precisely why every comment from PR leaders are blown out of proportion. And for these reasons, PKR should sit out this election. Let PAS or even DAP field a capable Malay candidate. I said this in all the blgos I visit, don’t hog! PKR members have the same mentality like UMNO, that’s why they are the likeliest ones to be bought over. If they don want to serve the people, don run for elections. Otherwise join to serve, not make money, either from contracts or from UMNO.

    DSAI should show some team spirit and sit this one out.

  49. Anon says:

    A lady blogger, during a meeting she helped arrange for Altantuya’s father with several Malaysians including RPK, was telling someone close to RPK that it would cost a million bucks to get hold of the picture.
    – Rocky

    Does that mean susan was quoting the actual price?…… Or is Rocky negotiating for someone?

  50. Anon says:

    “Future shock is the dizzying disorientation brought on by the premature arrival of the future.”

    -Alvin Toffler

  51. Ulan Bator says:

    Nominate Altantuya for Penanti.
    I’ll vote for Altantuya.

  52. wits0 says:

    Anon: “Future shock is the dizzying disorientation brought on by the premature arrival of the future.”

    -Alvin Toffler”

    That concept was a hit of the early seventies. Few thinker knew of Alvin Toffler then. Certainly not among the scholarship umnoputras sent to the US for tertiary with the kampong firmly stuck in their heads – and suffered from intense cultural shock. They were among the first wave that returned and screwed up the Civil Service and made it what it has become today, a racist fiefdom.

    I think Bolehland is now having to confront(with a vengeance) what it has suppressed and swept under the carpet since then for that Bumiputraism inc. and the fattening of umno and BN.

  53. Anon says:

    umno/BN will definitely win Penanti if Najib bring along Ahmad Ismail,saiful the rotten anus,Khir Toyo,Ezam the trojam horse and Racist mahathir.
    Who dares to say otherwise!

  54. wits0 says:

    Anon: “Future shock is the dizzying disorientation brought on by the premature arrival of the future.”

    -Alvin Toffler”

    That concept was a hit of the early seventies. Few thinkers knew of Alvin Toffler then. Certainly not among the scholarship umnoputras sent to the US for tertiary with the kampong firmly stuck in their heads – and suffered from intense cultural shock. They were among the first wave that returned and screwed up the Civil Service and made it what it has become today, a racist fiefdom.

    I think Bolehland is now having to confront(with a vengeance) what it has suppressed and swept under the carpet since then for that Bumiputraism inc. and the fattening of umno and BN.

  55. wits0 says:

    “Rais Yatim – be Minister for Broadband instead of Minister for Propaganda and Blogs”
    http://tinyurl.com/cemufx
    ————————————————————

    How far can he go singing the same old Sucky Yucky song? This now is not long ago in the sixties when at least SukiYaki became a top hit. There was only radio then, not even TV yet.

    He should proceed fast forward and do his worse and thereby antagonize all voters with a thinking mind.

  56. Idzan Ismail says:

    When you are in an unholy alliance you tend to squabble.
    Top this with a power crazy supremo, its a rercipe for disaster.
    How come the Lion of Punjab is keeping quiet.
    Shout again to si penderhaka to bertaubat.
    Wo knows he’s thinking of joining Gerakan or MCA.

  57. Anonymous says:

    Khir Toyo – “I am actually a very simple man”

    http://thestar.com.my/news/story.asp?file=/2009/4/19/focus/20090419074711&sec=focus

    The toyol has not resigned

  58. Anonymous says:

    MACC is unable to contact the found guilty CM of Malacca.

  59. Anonymous says:

    Naif Ton Rasa believes corruption will speed up delivery system and improve GDP

  60. wits0 says:

    “MACC is unable to contact the found guilty CM of Malacca.”

    Therein the matter rests. Even if Rustscum is found to be Sarin.

  61. monsterball says:

    Penanti will be difficult for PR to loose. UMNO knows it. That idiot PM knows it.
    Mahathir knows it..but he spends tax payer’s money like nobody ‘s business…traveling to the North Pole twice…and to all the countries not one PM have ever gone…..all using tax payer’s money……..behaving like the King…no second thought using our money lavishly. He was that because he succeeded to make UMNO… corrupted to the core.
    So you see….Mahathir still thinks… money is no problem. UMNO owns all…take as they like…like he did for 22 years.
    But it is good if UMNO wins Penanti. After all….DAP is so strong in Penang…..win it to humble Anwarand make LEG work harder is a good idea.
    Come on….Naif Ton Raza…go for it!!

  62. busybody says:

    Aiyoyo,so difficult to understand ah!!!

    Fairus is negotiating to jump to umno like the three katak in Perak to save himself .

    DSAI has to make the preemtive strike lah before Fairus make his move lah.

    Why do you think MACC is still not charging Fairus ?? Giving time to umno to entice Fairus lah.

    If Fairus jumps then NFA (no futher action) just like the case against the two katak in Perak.

  63. Tanda says:

    Re: DAP’s anger over the announcement of the resignation of Mohammad Fairus, the Penanti State Assemblyman

    Press Release by Wee Choo Keong, MP for Wangsa Maju, a Member of PKR Supreme Council and Deputy Chairman for PKR Wilayah Persekutuan on 21 April 2009 in Kuala Lumpur

    —————————————————————————————

    I can understand that Tony Pua, the DAP information chief, had to go all out to defend his political master, Lim Guan Eng. I also agree with Tony Pua that Lim Guan Eng had the right to express his disagreement over the failure by the national PKR leadership to inform him of the resignation of Mohammad Fairus as state representative for Penanti state seat on April 16.

    Since Lim Guan Eng had openly expressed his views/anger in the press over such matter then Tony Pua must expect responses from PKR. It is only natural that PKR leaders must respond to the DAP leaders’ adverse comments against PKR in the press.

    When making press statements, Tony Pua and his DAP colleagues must always bear in mind that PKR, as a political party, has the basic right to self-determination and we need not consult anyone when we had to make a political decision where time is the essence. Similarly, we in the PKR do not expect to be consulted when certain personalities are put forward to be appointed to the Exco in Penang and Selangor even though we know that they are not fit for the job.

    In a coalition of political parties, there must be mutual respect among the leaders. No leader of a political party should try to dominate over another otherwise the coalition will not work.

    Wee Choo Keong

  64. Tanda says:

    21 April 2009
    DUN Melaka Jadi Zoo -Malaysiakini

    Persidangan Pertama Penggal Kedua Dewan Undangan Negeri (DUN) yang masuk hari kedua, hari ini, kecoh kira-kira setengah jam apabila wakil rakyat pembangkang cuba mengemukakan usul tidak percaya terhadap Ketua Menteri Melaka, Mohd Ali Rustam, atas dakwaan terbabit dengan politik wang.

    Usul itu cuba dibangkitkan oleh Ketua Pembangkang dari DAP, Goh Leong San, sebaik persidangan disambung semula kira-kira jam 11.35 pagi selepas berhenti rehat. Bagaimanapun, cadangannya itu ditolak Speaker DUN, Othman Mohamad.

  65. K1 says:

    anwar must have press conference to clear things out. stay together to kill umno first before you and LGE kill each other

  66. Menyalak-er says:

    Yep, Yb Wee, agree with you about that coalition thingy. As long as there is no formalization of PR as an entity there will be ‘loose cannons’ barking and pretending to be Gatling guns!

  67. carew says:

    Equilibrium

  68. chinlwu says:

    Anwar

    You must come clean on the issue of Fairus affair. It is PKR that is creating the issues in PR. You must speak the TRUTH. Let the people know. Before Fairus affair is even settle, another of your PKR leader making disunifying statements. What is happening here, don’t you have any party discipline ? Just tell him to shut his mouth .

    I had the misfortune of meeting that Behrang ” postman ” turn Exco under PKR and now a traitor to you personally. honestly I would not touch him with a 20 foot barge pole. He gave me the ” creeps “. In the first place why did you pick him ?

    Maybe you should consider to give up the Penanti seat to PAS for the good of PR. Be magnimous to PKR ‘s partners in PR. You can instill more discipline in PKR. It is time for PKR to take ” stock “, you and PKR should recede to a lower profile position for the time being. PKR had make one poor judgement of selecting candidate too many.

    I urge you, Anwar to give up Penanti seat to PAS.

  69. billauchris says:

    What that is taking place in Penang is very disappointing. I cannot believe and imagine that a problem like filling up the position of the DCM position is that difficult if only de facto leader DSAI cares to communicate with LGS more often.

    On the other hand, it is also not that urgent to fill up the vacancy and LGS should not be too unduly perturbed nor feel pressed by the BN irritants in Penang. Keep cool and ignore their sniding remarks and criticisms. You do not answer to these bumps and goons in the Gerakan. What is important is to maintain your calm composure and ignore them with aa smile and they will stay clear from you after a while. You need to play tai chi with these enemies of yours.

    We know that they are not doing much out there except to pick on small and insignificant issues to be washed in the BN controlled media. BN strategies are very clear – they comprise: picking quarrels, digging up graft issues, destablise the PR Government by enticing its representatives to cross over. They will do anything under the sun to tarnish the image of PR and cause the three party coalition to be at logger heads with one another. And, if you are observant enough, the media is just at the back fanning the fire. And, believe you me you must always bear in mind that the Police, the Military, The Judiciary and the Civil Service and other machineries are in their hands and control. Hence, whatever you and representatives do, you must be seen to be righteous, upright and transparent. All your actions and plans must meet and benefit the rakyat who support you chaps.

    Therefore, all of you PRians must work in concert and with mutual understanding, respect and co-operation if you really want to show how good you are so that the electorate will have a basis to vote you in for another term in the next GE.

    So far LGS you are doing alright. The electorate in Penang know the difficulties and dilemmas you are in. You have a great task ahead of you.
    You do not only face your colleagues in Penang but also to inteface with the not-so co-operative central Government

    Whatever happens, please do communicate more often among your members within the confines of PR. Do not give the BN cause to criticise you and pick on you weaknesses. Remember, I will reiterate here: never volunteer any information, ideas nor plans to the jounalists if they have not been decided for implementation.

    I hope your guys up North start to behave yourselves and avoid making a fool of yourself before the crtical rakyat in Penang.

  70. Ulan Bator says:

    Don’t forget Altantuya.

    I’ll never, never, never again vote for Naif Tong Rosak’s party.

  71. allegro says:

    Naif Ton Rasa is looking for monsterball to suck his balls to give him courage to contest Penanti byelection.What are you waiting for monsterball? Go! Scram!

  72. ref says:

    Reform, or face extinction
    April 8, 2009

    That is the only conclusion UMNO and BN can honestly take from the just concluded Bukit Gantang and Bukit Selambau by-elections.

    And that people power has found a firm footing, has rooted well, and will not be easily blown away.

    Read it any other way and UMNO and BN will pay dearly at the next GE, the Sarawak state elections and every other by-election that comes our way.

    And by reform, I do not mean of the cosmetic kind.

    Like giving us the MACC or the JAC!

    Or freeing 13 ISA detainees just before polling day!

    That’s an insult to the intelligence and common sense of the average Malaysian which, as may surprise many in UMNO and BN, ought not to be underestimated.

    Can BN reform?

    Yes, but not under its present leadership.

    Najib and the current crop of UMNO leaders are too integral to the very problem that plagues BN.

    As are the top leaders of all the component parties.

    Samy, Tsu Khoon, the Ongs, Taib Mahmud.

    They’re all the same.

    Self-serving politicians, interested in holding on to power only to serve their own ends.

    If ever BN had the interest of the people as their first and only port of call, that ceased a long time ago after Dr M took the helm.

    The rot set in swiftly thereafter.

    Dr M’s close brush with defeat in the 1986 UMNO elections brought out the worst in him, and it was that side of him that stayed with us for the rest of his tenure.

    His ‘retain power at all costs’ philosophy cost us dearly.

    http://harismibrahim.wordpress.com/2009/04/08/reform-or-face-extinction/

  73. kekekeke says:

    I bet if donations are called for, more can be collected than Rocky`s RM1 million for “that pic”

  74. Monstercat says:

    I partly agree with Susan.

    LGE once threatened to bar the NST from covering the State’s press conference on grounds that the NST was biased. Now LGE and his DAP despot seems to be using the media (MSM) as a tool for articulation.

    Among the coalition of PR, I can see that the DAP is the most troublesome and arrogant, who cannot get along well with their coalition-partners.

    I will definitely give any DAP candidate a protest vote in the next State and GE. Shame on the DAP!!!!!

  75. justme says:

    Most if not all of PKR lawmakers, aduns and mps in the states they ruled are novices. The taste of power, able to grant this and that makes them think too highly of themselves. Power in turn present humongous corrupt opportunities, which in turn makes those not in the loop green eyed monsters. Thus the infighting among PR members are to be expected and more to come.

  76. kekekeke says:

    So to solve that, Municipal Elections would be best.

  77. kekekeke says:

    Decentralisation – local council elections

  78. khalib says:

    Why bising-bising?????; Fairus resigned on his own accord, that ‘s what we got from his letter, now let the leaders of PAKATAN decide on his replacement. We just wait for another by-election, or a walkover, either way is inevitable. Why are we making an issue out of his resignation, as if no body ever resigned before, fifty years was a long period of time for anyone of us to have gone sleeping. The leaders are not complacent, neither are they confused incompetent or arrogant, but probably we are , a kind of OCD specimen, the actual problematic supporters of the Pakatan. What else do you expect. Are’nt we creating problems for our own consumption????????.

  79. wits0 says:

    Susan’s hits leaps can go through the roof while LKS’s Blog? In small things there seems to be some lack as well – his blog should better be moderated by diplomatically capable ppl Tony Pua perhaps, not nameless buffoon(s). His is a political blog direct. The commentators aren’t exactly increasing, maybe even decreasing, valuable though it may be.

    Justme, even after many years passed privatisation(piratisation)Telecoms’ and Pos Malaysia’s gomen style bureaucracy is still palpable. The worse is probably from Proton’s GLC’s example. It was born in sin and wallowing still so deeply in it. An arrogant affront to customers.

    So justme, ’em PKR fellas of the ex-umno genre has lots of expectation/attitude reforming to do as well.

  80. wira says:

    Nik Aziz and his famous Nakhoda..

    Yet in PR, I see no Nakhoda at all.

    Their ship just cant move!

    And the 5states one year performances is a disgrace.

    Where are the so called investments that was supposedly anxiously waiting to come in? WHERE? WHAT?

    Kedah
    Kelantan (how many years now)?
    Penang –
    Perak (during their 1yr term)
    Selangor

    Their investment trips, (I think they went to few places)?

    Am watching..

  81. Menyalak-er says:

    “OCD specimen”? Apa-tu? Must be a ‘very power’ psychological term! Surely you meant CT (cyclothymic) or AND (anxiety-depression) disorder?
    Airing disgruntlement, becos we care a lot… isn’t that good?
    Hmm.. behaving like a typical bumno goon eh – da hero worship ah? Only lleaders know best? Cannot question? Cannot shit?
    Agent provocateur?

  82. Kancilandak says:

    All of umno is unite behind the PM. With Tun around, Penanti is easy win. From 1st day PKR dont have solid people. Aljuburi closest friends jump ship from begining. One go on to make a diferent party. For GE sake they hurry to gather all ireleven sampah to competition all area. Just before 3 katak jump, the Kapar fellow already complaining. Then they alway have idea difference. Anwar say one thing, next day Karpal say another thing. PAS say one thing Kit Siang say another thing. Very un stable colition. I pity hard workin Wan Azizah and Guan Eng. The rest all dum dum. Anwar is unsecurity, now you can see for urself. Believe me.

  83. Just says:

    Reform, or face extinction
    April 8, 2009

    That is the only conclusion UMNO and BN can honestly take from the just concluded Bukit Gantang and Bukit Selambau by-elections.

    And that people power has found a firm footing, has rooted well, and will not be easily blown away.

    Read it any other way and UMNO and BN will pay dearly at the next GE, the Sarawak state elections and every other by-election that comes our way.

    And by reform, I do not mean of the cosmetic kind.

    Like giving us the MACC or the JAC!

    Or freeing 13 ISA detainees just before polling day!

    That’s an insult to the intelligence and common sense of the average Malaysian which, as may surprise many in UMNO and BN, ought not to be underestimated.

    Can BN reform?

    Yes, but not under its present leadership.

    Najib and the current crop of UMNO leaders are too integral to the very problem that plagues BN.

    As are the top leaders of all the component parties.

    Samy, Tsu Khoon, the Ongs, Taib Mahmud.

    They’re all the same.

    Self-serving politicians, interested in holding on to power only to serve their own ends.

    If ever BN had the interest of the people as their first and only port of call, that ceased a long time ago after Dr M took the helm.

    The rot set in swiftly thereafter.

    -haris ibrahim

  84. Just says:

    The ‘get-rich-quick Malay’, the ‘I want money for nothing’ generation of Malays owes its birth and growth to Dr M.

    Dr M allowed corruption to flourish.

    Both in UMNO and the government.

    This was his most powerful control tool.

    This is Mahathirism.

    And the current crop of UMNO and BN leaders have had Mahathirism for too long flowing through their veins to begin any process of internal reform necessary to render BN relevant to the needs and aspirations of the people.

    Can BN reform?

    Yes, but only if UMNO first reforms.

    Can UMNO reform?

    If UMNO and BN are to reform, the Najibs, the Samys, the Ongs and the Ksu Khoons must be driven from the seat of party power.

    That reform can only happen if, from the rank and file of these parties emerge a new generation, untainted by the corruption of the echelon and mid-level leadership and who are in politics not to serve their own ends but the best interest of the rakyat, and have the gumption to challenge the status quo.

    Sadly, there does not appear to be such quality within the rank and file of UMNO.

  85. Ulan Bator says:

    To those folks condemning PR’s performance in the past year.

    If you want to give an economic broomstick award, the highest level of economic and job shrinkage of any state in Malaysia in the past year is BN-ruled Johor. Tens of thousands have lost their jobs. Disgraceful performance.

    MSM keeps it a secret, instead focusing on problems in Penang.

  86. Menyalak-er says:

    Yep, Ulan Bator – grim, dim in Johor. Never seen so many empty SMI/SME premises in my life! But they still hanging for dear life onto datuk ’tis and tat’ aren’t they?

  87. towering malays says:

    Tuesday, April 21, 2009
    AKSI LUCAH MB2 & EX-MB

    AKSI LUCAH MB2 & EX-MBLIHATLAH SENDIRI MB YG MEMBAWA CONTOH YG CUKUP CEMERLANG GEMILANG & TERBILANG LAGI.

    MAMPOIH! KALAU ADA SEPULUH MACAM NI? BAYANGKAN?MAKA AKAN BERTAMBAH MERIAH LAH LAGI GEROMBOLAN UMNO…KALAU SATU DEWAN PWTC (DISIDANG PAU) PAKAT BUAT AKSI LAGU NI PULAK?APA MACAM?TRADEMARK MELAYU UMNO LAH JADINYA….HUAHUAHUAHUAHUAHUA Parti UMNO

    http://margeemar.blogspot.com/2009/04/aksi-lucah-mb2-ex-mb.html

  88. towering malays says:

    Tuesday, April 21, 2009
    AKSI LUCAH MB2 & EX-MB

    AKSI LUCAH MB2 & EX-MBLIHATLAH SENDIRI MB YG MEMBAWA CONTOH YG CUKUP CEMERLANG GEMILANG & TERBILANG LAGI.

    http://margeemar.blogspot.com/2009/04/aksi-lucah-mb2-ex-mb.html

  89. wits0 says:

    The role of the MSM is to stupefy, either by direct spinning or by simply omitting information yet still the stale Rice is crying for more Sucky Yucky control like as if it’s palatable suki yaki(which once was also a top hit decades ago). May both assimilate like the call of the Borgs and transform clearly into owl swill recognizable for by all. Eat and be wisely informed! Actually deformed.

    Spudhead Al’Blur spoke like a Borg with that Race relation act and now is out cold. Let’s see how far he goes.

  90. Anonymous says:

    Togolese president arrests power hungry brother

    April 21, 2009

    Lagos (Nigeria) ” Tension remained high in Togo yesterday as Togo lese President Faure Gnassingbe arrested another of his brothers, Essolizam, over alleged coup plot. Earlier, he had arrested his half-brother, Kpatcha.

    Essolizam was arrested on Thursday on charges of joining the plot against the president but the news filtered to the public only yesterday.Kpatcha had been arrested earlier last week after failing to get refuge at the US Embassy.

    Dozens of security forces launched a raid on the residence of Kpatcha between Sunday night and early Monday, sparking a shootout with Kpatcha’s body guards, killing three people and injuring two others. Several people including five military officers were also arrested on the same charges. Investigators have made public some of the materials they found at Kpatcha’s residence, which they cited as evidence of coup attempt against the president.

  91. Anonymous says:

    Naif Ton Rasa konk in 6 months

    Najib Hanya Akan mampu Bertahan Enam Bulan

    “Pada mula mengambil alih tampuk pemerintahan negara, Najib dengan semangat berkobar kobar cuba mencipta berbagai pembaharuan. Antaranya ONE MALAYSIA dan KPI untuk prestasi wakil rakyat BN. Tapi sehingga hari ini belum ada penerangan dan gambaran lengkap tentang ‘satu malaysia’.

    Kalau salah beri penerangan takut sama dengan malaysian malaysia. Silap silap sama dengan PKR parti berbilang kaum. Silap silap jadi sama macam PAS membela semua kaum kerana tuntutan Islam. Jadi ‘satu malaysia adalah senjata pertama akan makan tuan. Senjata kedua adalah KPI. Tetapi senjata ‘KPI’ akan jadi hebat menikam tuan hanya setelah enam bulan.

    http://www.detikdaily.net/v5//modules.php?name=News&file=article&sid=1360

  92. In brief says:

    Court rejects CM’s bid to declare foundation illegal

    KOTA KINABALU (April 21, 2009): The High Court here today dismissed an application by Chief Minister Datuk Seri Musa Aman and three others seeking to declare that the Kudat Thean Hou Charitable Foundation of which former chief minister Tan Sri Chong Kah Kiat is the chairman, is illegal.

    In her ruling, Judicial Commissioner Yew Jen Kie said whether Chong had a locus standi in the suit regarding the construction of a Mazu statue in Kudat and whether the Kudat Thean Hou Charitable Foundation was illegal, could only be determined through evidence adduced in the trial.

    Leading counsel for the applicants Datuk Mohammad Shafee Abdullah applied for a stay of proceeding in order to appeal to overturn the High Court’s decision.

    However, Chong’s counsel Ansari Abdullah asked for a dismissal of the application and resume trial, which began since Jan 12, until the court of appeal was in favour of the applicants.

    But Mohammad Shafee stressed that should the trial resume, it would be a waste of time and money and therefore, asked for an interim stay of proceeding pending the applicants’ application at the court of appeal to which Yew rejected.

    On April 18, the court heard the application to strike out the suit by Chong, Sabah’s 13th Chief Minister (2001), who alleged that Musa and three others abused their power over the Mazu project.

    They contended that Chong did not have a locus standi in the suit since the Kudat Thean Hou Charitable Foundation had not been registered with the Registrar of Societies (ROS) and, therefore, did not have the legality to challenge the decision to withdraw the approval given by the Kudat Town Board to the foundation, to construct an 88-foot Mazu statue.

    Mohammad Shafee insisted the foundation be registered with ROS as it was a statutory requirement, including registering it under a Trustee Incorporated.

    Ansari said the foundation is a private trust in which Chong acts as a trustee and not as a member.

    According to Ansari, there is no statutory requirement that one must register a Trust under the Trustees Act or the Trustees Incorporation Ordinance, unless they wished to do so. — Bernama

  93. I-4-C says:

    I forsee this day lah. How can 3 parties with totally different idealogies unite ??? It’s like trying to mix oil with water with sulphur, that arse banger lol hahaha

  94. I4C says:

    I forsee this day lah. How can 3 parties with totally different idealogies unite ??? It’s like trying to mix oil with water with sulphur, that arse banger lol hahaha

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  96. Anonymous says:

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  97. jkoena says:

    Dear sloone, this time you have failed, dont agree with you as we have suffered tremendously with 52 years of rotten BN misrule, mismanagement, corruption and plundering of the nation wealth. Those BN bastards must continue to lose all the way to hell, PR must continue to win all by elections and the next big general election! This is not about trivial matter like arrogance, this is about the life and blood of the nation and its people!

  98. wits0 says:

    I-4-C, 3 parties with different ideology nevertheless agree about the corruption, incompetence, exploiting, unjust, deceitful, lazy and self serving elitist governance of the day that is BN/umno.

    You may ululate and dance in the streets later.

  99. wira says:

    Penang is a gone case.

    EG with no experience only showing steam.
    Potential investors want stability..
    He has nothing of interest to lure them there..

    Soon it will be another Kelantan, and Penang people have not choice but to migrate to other states to find jobs..

  100. ktteokt says:

    If Anwar and LGE must be criticized, then Najis and Gang ought to be condemned! After all, Anwar and LGE only became relevant when they assume power as the Opposition Leader in parliament and CM of Penang respectively after 308 which is slightly more than a year ago! But for Najis and Gang, their party has been in power for more than half a decade, and they were thick skin enough to hold on to power despite losing two third majority in Parliament! So whom should we criticize?

  101. justme says:

    witsO says–“I-4-C, 3 parties with different ideology nevertheless agree about the corruption, incompetence, exploiting, unjust, deceitful, lazy and self serving elitist governance of the day that is BN/umno. ”

    witsO, that BN/umno regime is a lost cause. It can only get worse, now thatt there is a perception we have one PM, plus one defacto father PM and son as DPM. As can be seen, by statements regarding Penanti by-election.

    The PM now need to cater to two species of vultures, his own and that of the defacto PM. One has to wonder, if the pie is big enough .

  102. […] Anwar or Guan Eng MUST be criticised! I hope Pakatan Rakyat lose the PENANTI by-election. I don’t mind having Mahathir Mohammad and Naif Ton Rasa win […] […]

  103. bugis says:

    Nasib malang BN sebenarnya kerana Najib.

    Untuk itu kita harus menyanjung Anwar Ibrahim. Setidak-tidaknya Anwar lebih bijak memahami masalah BN itu daripada Mahathir. Benarkah Anwar lebih bijak dari Mahathir?

    Kerana itu, dalam pertembungan antara Anwar dengan Muhyiddin-Mahathir, hanya akan menyaksikan satu lagi batu nesan terpaksa digendung Najib.

    Dan ia pasti bukan batu nesan Altantuya Shaariibu. Bukan juga batu nesan Azilah atau Sirul. Ia adalah batu nesan Najib sendiri ehsan pakatan 2M Muhyiddin-Mahathir.

    kickdefella.wordpress.com

  104. again says:

    HOT ROD in the news again:

    Model ‘kidnapped and abused’

    In December 2006, Daisy and Manohara were invited to attend a dinner with Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak and this is where the model had met her husband.

    However, the report did not state where the dinner was held.Najib expected to be grilled”My first impression of him (her son-in-law) was that he was a nice person and I even considered him as my son,” said Daisy.The anguished mother said she had filed a complaint with the Indonesian embassy in Jeddah after the incident.She had also tried to come to Malaysia to track down her daughter but alleged that she was denied entry on the “request of the Kelantan palace.”Daisy, who claims to have evidence of her daughter being abused, had also sought the help of the Indonesian Foreign Ministry…

    …Najib, who will be in Indonesia tomorrow for a two-day visit, is expected to be grilled by the local media on this issue.

    http://margeemar.blogspot.com/2009/04/model-kidnapped-and-abused-by-malaysian.html

  105. again says:

    HOT ROD in the news again:

    Model ‘kidnapped and abused’

    In December 2006, Daisy and Manohara were invited to attend a dinner with Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak and this is where the model had met her husband.

    “Daisy, who claims to have evidence of her daughter being abused, had also sought the help of the Indonesian Foreign Ministry…

    …Najib, who will be in Indonesia tomorrow for a two-day visit, is expected to be grilled by the local media on this issue.

    http://margeemar.blogspot.com/2009/04/model-kidnapped-and-abused-by-malaysian.html

  106. lcheehou says:

    LATEST REMARKS FROM EC PENANTI ELECTION IS CANCEL OR POSTPONE TILL FURTHER STUDIES NEEDED. AS THE SPEAKER OF PENANG DOES NOT KNOW HOW TO BRIDGE CROOKED IT . SO PEOPLE OF PENANTI VOTERS WILL NOT HAVE TO BE UNGRATEFUL OF BN .

  107. again says:

    Indonesia Paper Publishes Damaging Allegations of Kidnap and Assault by Kelantan Royal Palace Household of an Indonesian Girl
    Tuesday, April 21, 2009

    http://malaysianunplug.blogspot.com/

  108. again says:

    According to lawyer Darshan Singh (above), CPM veteran Chin Peng’ s homecoming case will be heard again in the Federal Court on 27 April (Monday). The point of law for the court to decide is whether proof of the citizenship of Chin Peng, 84, is required under the Haadyai Peace Accords of 1989 solemnly concluded between the Communist Party of Malaya (CPM) and the Government of Malaysia, for his home-coming.

  109. allias says:

    yang patut ditegur kita tegur.DSAI bukan Tuhan.Dia manusia biasa yg kita boleh tegur dan nasihatkan.Sama juga pada LGE.sama juga pada lain-lain pemimpin kita.

  110. Anon says:

    1Malaysia Naif Ton Rasa will have to start polishing shoes to make me believe that rubbbish:

    My argument with the Deputy Force Commander was known to the Force Commander who later visited me, and accepted my reasoning for my defiance. Had I done the same to a Malaysian commander, I would certainly have been court martialled.

    http://mindnoevil.blogspot.com/2009/04/grievence-of-non-bumiputra-army-officer.html

    Now getting back to the retired army officer, he claimed that being a Christian himself, he was deprived of his religious obligations to conduct catechism classes with other Sarawakian and Sabahan Christian soldiers and their families in the camp. He reasoned out that the church was some distance away from the camp, and that the soldiers were not able to take their families to church regularly, because they do not have their own transport; besides them being out on training and operations most of the time. He thought that the most convenient way for his Christian soldiers and their families to get together for catechism classes, was to have it in their private homes in the camp. The officer cited that the instruction to disallow catechism to be conducted in camp was from the Division Commander, of which a copy of the instruction is still in his possession.

    The above aptly described the grievance of a Malaysian Christian officer, residing in a predominantly Muslim community, who felt that he was being deprived of one of his religious obligation.

  111. Anon says:

    Yeeeaaah vote BN for Naif`s 1Malaysia, then lie back and enjoy:

    Now getting back to the retired army officer, he claimed that being a Christian himself, he was deprived of his religious obligations to conduct catechism classes with other Sarawakian and Sabahan Christian soldiers and their families in the camp. He reasoned out that the church was some distance away from the camp, and that the soldiers were not able to take their families to church regularly, because they do not have their own transport; besides them being out on training and operations most of the time.

    He thought that the most convenient way for his Christian soldiers and their families to get together for catechism classes, was to have it in their private homes in the camp. The officer cited that the instruction to disallow catechism to be conducted in camp was from the Division Commander, of which a copy of the instruction is still in his possession.

    http://mindnoevil.blogspot.com/2009/04/grievence-of-non-bumiputra-army-officer.html

  112. Anon says:

    ONE MALAYSIA that Naif Ton Rasa made:

    Peh Hoo Guan said…

    hello, i’m a ROTU officer cadet, to be honest there’s always some religious related misunderstanding. there are 4 chinese Buddhist in my batch including me and actually, some of the chinese Buddhist don’t eat beef, but everytime, the meal served during traing have beef as the main dishes although we have told our officers and instructors that we do not eat beef.that’s just 1 of the the issue..
    and now, i’m reconsidering wheter to join GO after i graduate….
    April 21, 2009 4:00 PM

    http://mindnoevil.blogspot.com/2009/04/grievence-of-non-bumiputra-army-officer.html

  113. Anon says:

    Press reports cites that the Perak government will aution off all the Toyota Camry that were purchased by the previous PR government for its executive councilors, except the one used by former Menteri Besar Nizar Jamaluddin, who is said to be buying the car for his personal use.

    I deem the decision to auction off the cars by the present Perak state government to be rather ‘childish’ and smack of vengeance. I wonder if the present state government will also go to the extend of tearing down homes, scrape of roads, demolish bridges, nullify awarded land titles etc. that were approved by the PR government. Wouldn’t it be better if the cars were to be retained by the state, to be used by eligible senior government officers, or as pool cars, or to be used as official cars by the newly appointed BN state executive councilors.

    http://mindnoevil.blogspot.com/

  114. Fern says:

    Do you realise a majority of the malay leaders in PKR were spawned from umno DNAs.THEY ARE ALL THE SAME. Give them a position and they turn big headed and would ‘nt mind being corrupted all the same.Look at their record and it stinks sometimes!
    Well Anwar will have his hands full come in time and most of his time will be in damage control of his rotten apples!
    Sorry we voted for those imitated stuff you find in China and we were taken for a ride!They still have that sicko in Kulim who still thinks he is the brother of GOD and will defend Islam to the death.What about those electorates who voted him?You get the drift??
    Hey its time we tell that Anwar we want quality , educated, and honest young energetic people to lead us .Not those f$#%@ing arrogant buggers who buggered us wholesale!LET THEM BE CAREFUL FOR NOW!!!

  115. kittykat46 says:

    I quite agree with the criticisms of Anwar and Lim GE over this whole sorry episode.

    But I’m not about to forgive or forget what Naif Ton Rasa is about.

    If I ever get to the day that I find it morally indefensible to vote PR, I’d rather do an “Undi Rosak” before I vote for UMNO-BN.

  116. hangava says:

    AND SO SAY ALL OF US

  117. hangava says:

    Anwar has apologised, says Kit Siang, so let the matter rest
    By Lee Wei Lian

    PETALING JAYA, April 21 — DAP supremo Lim Kit Siang today claimed Opposition Leader Anwar Ibrahim has apologised to Lim Guan Eng over his failure to inform the Penang chief minister of Fairus Khairuddin’s resignation as Penanti assemblyman.

    He urged both DAP and PKR to “let the matter rest”.

    Kit Siang said Guan Eng and him had spoken to Anwar yesterday and considers the matter resolved.

    “Before he left for Saudi Arabia, Anwar told me that he spoke to Guan Eng and apologised over the matter so I think we should let the matter rest,” he told The Malaysian Insider.

    Kit Siang declined, however, to comment on a statement issued by his party this morning which said it had “ruled out” Penang PKR chairman Zahrain Mohamed Hashim as a by-election candidate for Penanti, after the latter had lashed out at Guan Eng in the media yesterday.

    “Let the matter rest,” he repeated.

  118. wits0 says:

    So Fern, the sicko in Kulim is still aound but off the radar screen?

    I think this is a worse blot on Anwar than LGE’s one time banning of NST from that Press Conference. It was going overboard with vicious spins which has always been its true nature. The NST really deserved that, no less, and we got at least a good laugh from that.

  119. wits0 says:

    Kittykat46, “If I ever get to the day that I find it morally indefensible to vote PR, I’d rather do an “Undi Rosak” before I vote for UMNO-BN.”

    Let there be no doubt about that.

  120. chegubard says:

    thanx susan for this posting….. in many time i agreed with you….

  121. born free says:

    “So Fern, the sicko in Kulim is still aound but off the radar screen?”…….wits0

    15 April 2009 the sicko calls EW to stay resigned
    http://zul4kulim.blogspot.com/2009/04/yb-elizabeth-wong.html

  122. fili says:

    i love hear it.. wake up malaysian this is the time.. let our people knows the pkr leaders are worst.. then BN.. go sosan.. go ..

  123. god of soil says:

    This tp thinks he is very grand! Selling company to become the rakyat’s parasite.

    Kerja malas, gaji buta saja.

  124. Monstercat says:

    I tend to agree with Kittykat and Wits that if the Pakatan Rakyat coalition has failed the rakyat and commited a dereliction of duty, it is at best to be a fencesitter rather than vote for BN in any up-coming elections.

    To be honest, vis-a-vis with my earlier comment that the DAP is arrogant, Malaysiakini reported that Perak House-Speaker, Sivakumar has been taking instructions from the ousted Deputy MB Nga and his cousin, Ngeh.
    Is it not de jure that the Speaker actions and decisions must be impartial to any political parties? We have been criticizing BN a lot, but what about the pair of Nah/Ngeh?

    The Nga/Ngeh have been to arrogant. remember Fong Po Kuan who abandon to contest and defend her MPship citing irreparable defferences wi9th the top DAP leader in Perak? If it was not Ngeh, who was it? Although Fong later decided to abort her earlier decision not to contest with the help of Uncle Lim, it reflects how arrogant Ngeh was and ever is.

    Hear-say has it that the ousted Nizar was also controlled by Ngeh wherein the latter was in fact the de-facto Menteri Besar even invigorated how arrogant Ngeh is…

    Question: In some states particularly Sarawak, the State ADUN are also contesting for MPs. Are the DAP out of credible people or merely power-crazy as UMNO?

    Answer : Ngah ngeh ngeh ngeh ngeh (new style of DAP laughing)

  125. Menyalak-er says:

    Top of the day friends!
    Word of caution needed here, don’t ‘tar and feather’ the whole of PR with with one brush or broom. The infiltrators and detractors will soon go for the throat. Specific examples better.
    Like that Zul flur in Kulim, i don’t believe that’s he is all that bad – his concern for Eli was real and the storming of the Bar meeting was due to his miscomprehension, coming from a conservative religious background.
    It is easy to forgive, but not forget. If he is effective and honest, i see no reason why he should not continue, albeit serving in a more conservative constituency. Surely he is better than the whole bunch of hypocrites in Naif’s brew!
    While you are harping on the ‘umno’ mentality of some of the PKR reps, be also advised that there are others within, who are perceived as ‘immoral’ by ‘Judges of Law’ ie religious conservatives. Do not for one moment think that their votes don’t count as much as ours.
    Btw, it is better not to cast your vote than to deface it as a sign of protest.
    Cheers.

  126. keju says:

    “Btw, it is better not to cast your vote than to deface it as a sign of protest”

    ….but that will allow the undi hantu to win

  127. keju says:

    Another buyelection after he is found guilty–

    http://malaysiakini.com/news/102842

  128. Menyalak-er says:

    The undi hantu always wins, keju…
    That’s why we have to choose, right? Never voted Be-end, never will.

  129. wits0 says:

    Monstercat, one can also detect the tau Ngeh sort of ‘moderation’ at LKS’s blog too. It allows a certain AH by the handle of “undergrad2” to denigrate others because he angkat LKS’ blog. This fella is not even living in M’sia for a very long time. One reason, imo, why that blog don’t have that many new commentators, just a few old regulars. It seems to bask in such supporters only. If you do not value opinion rightly, you do not deserve good inputs. The Ngah Ngeh dinosaurs and similar crummies are archaic banes.

    Menyalak-er, that Zul flur may be from a conservative background but he is also exposed to modernity as well, being a lawyer. So where is his expected moderation expressed?

  130. Rajan says:

    talk about the wrongs that have been done by the previous state government. Today’s latest Tan Huck Joo clearly shows how bloody incompetent BN under his leadership and UMNO helming the land portfolio then. So, my take is this- walk your talk and I challenge you to say more than what you can swallow. I think you are just one of the low down UMNO Putras that probably want more land deals and rob Penangites clean and dry. Idiot!

  131. I4C says:

    Talking about corruption, wasn’t Anwar jailed 6 years for corruption. Pak Lah spared him the sodomy charge and see what happens now! He tries to sodomised Lim Guan Eng politically. An arse banger always an arse banger!!!

  132. wits0 says:

    The Arse banging tale has never been conclusively proven by the kangaroo court in ’88. If there was doubt then there is none today that it’s a most absurd charge by U-know-Hoo who has run out of ideas and reused that same old tired trick the second time.

  133. monsterball says:

    Is 14C a baboon or a monkey?
    No brain….plenty in UMNO
    Long nose like a baboon..and love talking shit talks…indicating one loves bang bang shows.

  134. kittykat46 says:

    UMNO-BN’s tactic of trying to get various PR MPs convicted of all kinds of trumped up charges could well come back to haunt it, in the form of Buy-Elections.

    I counted about 10 PR MPs and ADUNs who have been charged with something or another which would disqualify them from their seat if found guilty. I have ZERO confidence left in our Kangaroo system with such politically explosive cases.

    Lets say we have 10 By-elections spread over the next two years, most of them in unwinnable (for UMNO-BN) seats.
    Naif Tong Rosak better rethink this “Kangaroo” strategy…..like boomerangs, they have a way of coming back to bite the thrower…

  135. monsterball says:

    Regardless Lim Kit Siang’s blog scores many hits or not….he is larger than life and no blogger can compare with him at all.
    Blogging is not about scoring hits only.
    Rockybru scores so much..do you think he is influential to voters?
    Anwar even worst than LKS…yet between them…..they break UMNO into pieces!!
    Mahathir scores most hits in Malaysia…is he fishing more votes for UMNO?
    Even live show….no use.
    To me commenting is about wining votes……no more .no less.

  136. monsterball says:

    Yes…kitttykat…”get various PR” is the mission.
    Apply all like what they are doing to Anwar…all hell will go loose.
    UMNO member are assigned to be Snoopy Dogs..by the gangsters.
    “Break into the house…install hidden video camera……tap home phones…disguise and go by motor bikes…follow selected victim day and night. Buy any good evidences available…with money they cannot refused.”
    walla….poor Elizabeth Wong got hit.
    But she is bouncing back with 100% support.
    So millions wasted again.
    Who is next?
    Karpal goody goody.
    Gobind and Lim Eng Guan…real juicy targets!!

  137. monsterball says:

    When government keeps defending ..keep arresting….keep seeking out victims…is a government that never works but daily actions are defending their ratchet lives.
    UMNO and BN have never been such low class politicians after 12th GE.

  138. jacque says:

    monsterball Says:
    April 21, 2009 at 6:49 pm

    Penanti will be difficult for PR to loose. UMNO knows it. That idiot PM knows it.

    —————————————–

    Monsterball, if you can’t distinguish between “loose” and “lose” it’s time for you to go back primary school to learn basic spelling from your teacher.

    I think you don’t know the difference between “losing” a by-election and having a “loose” arse like what you are having which explains why you are passing a lot of shit in susan’s blog as EVERYONE HAS BEEN COMPLAINING ABOUT!

  139. Menyalak-er says:

    Wits, exposure to mordernity does not a liberal make. What about those ‘martyrs’ of 9-11 or London bombings? Zul is much less dangerous, because he ‘airs’ his grieviences, although it does frighten some of us. He’s no fanatic, but a fundamentalist – without the absolute negative connotations. We too have many ‘fundamentalist’ Christians running around here quoting Bible verses ad verbatim, do we not? I’ll take a honest opinioned (rightly or wrongly) persona anytime over some damned hypocrite!
    KK46, well said! Them Kangaroos can retract their testicles when they get into a fight with another…

  140. stump suckers says:

    monsterball Says:
    April 22, 2009 at 1:34 pm
    Regardless Lim Kit Siang’s blog scores many hits or not….he is larger than life

    errr riiight the altar you worship at………just dont assume others have your bad habits

  141. stumped says:

    monsterball Says:
    April 22, 2009 at 1:34 pm
    Regardless Lim Kit Siang’s blog scores many hits or not….he is larger than life

    errr riiight the altar you worship at………just dont assume others have your bad habits

  142. kittykat46 says:

    Kit Siang runs a pretty high quality blog (most of the time) as far as his writing goes.

    I don’t really like the tone of his regular commentators, and I never ever write any comments there.

  143. Idzan Ismail says:

    Someone please tell me why is Lim Kit Siang and son so scared of Aljuburi.
    Koh Tsu Koon is so gentle. So its okay he’s accused of kow-towing to Umno.
    With him its good manners and good upbringing.
    But the two plus the paper lion, why be cowards?
    How do you want to rule the country?

  144. wits0 says:

    Kittykat, : “Kit Siang runs a pretty high quality blog (most of the time) as far as his writing goes.

    I don’t really like the tone of his regular commentators, and I never ever write any comments there.”

    Yes he does, but his mods allow them to show one is cleverer, more knowledgeable than another – until one goes overboard. Granted that some do need to be put down but this gets absurd when they(the moderators) get lame and bias in a rather tongkang way.

  145. wits0 says:

    Menyalak-ker has no official “holy war” to fall back to so, for that reason, are less dangerous.

  146. wits0 says:

    I meant, Menyalak-ker, Christians have Menyalak-ker has no official “holy war” to fall back ON so, for that reason, are less dangerous.

  147. wits0 says:

    Everyone in this world stands to be criticized. The question is whether the criticism is just or not – whether the element of truth exists or not.

  148. wits0 says:

    Ahem, I meant, Menyalak-ker, Christians have no official “holy war” doctrine to fall back ON so, for that reason, are less dangerous.

  149. I-4-C says:

    The PAS, Rocket and Arse Banger Coalition is “gone baby gone”!!! Not that I like BN more but I cant stand a convicted corrupt arse banger ruling the country despite the blessings of the corrupt western powers who are enjoying their “credit crunch”!

  150. Anonymous says:

    so?

  151. Anonymous says:

    The other side of the 2-edged weapon that Najis Ton Rasa wielded now gets him:

    Gobind to challenge his suspension in court
    Apr 22, 09 3:29pm

    Suspended Puchong member of parliament Gobind Singh will be filing a suit tomorrow against Dewan Rakyat speaker Tan Sri Pandikar Amin Mulia over his 12-month suspension.
    Gobind suspended for 12 months
    Perak speaker’s decision overruled

  152. kittykat46 says:

    {The PAS, Rocket and Arse Banger Coalition is “gone baby gone”!!! }

    The demise of PR has been predicted many times since March 8, 2008. Certainly no shortage of ‘main belakang’ moves by UMNO-BN.

    Unfortunately UMNO doesn’t seem to be able to win any elections, except for deep jungle in Sarawak.

  153. monsterball says:

    Idzan Ismail is a real idiot…..saying LKS and son scared of any UMNO corrupted munafiks
    Obviously…a young fut….declaring himself weeks ago.. to teach many a lesson or two ….insulting his heroes in UMNO.
    So far he has proven to b e a gas bag.
    That idiot asked….”How do we want to rule the country?”
    No eyes….no brain…cannot see…vote UMNO out…clear signs and messages.
    How to talk to an idiot who keep thinking without UMNO and BN…he cannot cari makan?

  154. monsterball says:

    Jacque…stop being too smart in correcting my english and judge my character…and start using your brain to battle me..if ever you have a brain.
    Thousands of my messages noted and understood…except by idiots like you.
    Worst of all.a female idiot….that needs attention for God knows where….so many places to take care….long time no get….haahahahahaha

  155. ericind says:

    Lets look at Bolehland umnoputra leaders qualities…… Mamakthir-dictator/master of twist n turn/chief of corruption Bodohwi-flip flop n sleepy Najis altantuya-corruptor/c4 specialist/liar Kera jantan-arrogant/racist/power n money craze Kerismudin-arrogant/stubborn Anak toyol-thick skin corruptor/cunning/power abuse PLEASE ADD ON…

  156. wits0 says:

    “Unfortunately UMNO doesn’t seem to be able to win any elections, except for deep jungle in Sarawak.” – Kittykat46

    Stale Rice has the winning formula! He calls for the misshapen MSM and TV which are like squeezed dry lemons to be resqueezed yet again.

  157. I-4-C says:

    Guess who the mentor of that Arse Banger is? Pentagon since Al Gore is “gone baby gone”.

  158. monsterball says:

    1-4-C thinks he bang bang bang right hole…he can win a game.
    Such a sad weak mind….taken by the devil on a bang bang show..never been shown…just talk talk talk and get one into trouble.
    1-4-C ..is “wan sei kei”…meaning searching for dead two legged chicken for free rides….hahahahaahaha

  159. monsterball says:

    who who who 1-4-C?
    New kids on the block or one dead chicken at the back of a graveyard?
    C is “chicken”…no?

  160. whispering9 says:

    […GEORGE TOWN: Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng said on Wednesday that Pakatan Rakyat leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim had apologised for failing to keep Lim informed about the resignation of Former Deputy Chief Minister 1 Mohammad Fairus Khairuddin as Penanti assemblyman.”

    “I do not want this matter to drag on,” he told reporters Wednesday, adding that he considered the matter settled…]

    Cut and paste the above caption from The Star. The truth, instigation, spins, half-truth, speaking to wrong paper/journalist….whatever, at least, they didn’t retort to tearing and stomping on LGE framed photograph. This is already a few rungs up civilized politics and courtesy. Open disagreement is definitely A-Okay if they know how to make up and compromise.

  161. wits0 says:

    “who is1-4-C?”

    Maybe Sai-full’s tranny uncle/auntie Pet. Denizen of Uranus.

  162. I-4-C says:

    Didnt you guys know that that Arse Banger had a meeting with Al Gore at the Pentagon in 1998?

  163. I-4-C says:

    Who am I ? Just a well informed guy who lives next door lol

  164. monsterball says:

    hi 1-4-C..at least you know -PR is supported by donations from overseas..so rich so powerful.
    Do you know where UMNO gets their billions?
    From the monthly RM1 subscription fee ah?

  165. I-4-C says:

    Oh yes. He was driven by his gay lover who has since disappeared under a different identity. One of those FBI thingy.

  166. monsterball says:

    Yes yes yes I know.
    Were you invited to sit in and listen to their conversation?
    It was Madam Albright…the Sec. of State at that time….declaring in Malaysia…loudly….that USA will give Anwar and family whatever they want.
    Sooooo what are you trying to say?

  167. I-4-C says:

    Monsterball.

    May I please correct you that they “used” to be rich and powerful. Not anymore. Their days are numbered… The “writings on the wall” so clear.

  168. I-4-C says:

    It doesnt take a genius to link Mdm Albright and George Soros. History always dictate a change of govt whenever a country’s economy is ruined. Can u not see the role played by this Arse Banger in the Asian Crisis?

  169. monsterball says:

    You mean gay house worker of odd jobs.
    What”s wrong?
    I have a one ..driving me around to…and give me body massages and make coffee for me every morning.
    Does it mean…must dot dot dot backside hole?
    What cheap brain you have….so easily conned by UMNO.

  170. monsterball says:

    You mean gay house worker of odd jobs.
    What”s wrong?
    I have a one ..driving me around to…and give me body massages and make coffee for me every morning.
    Does it mean…must dot dot dot hole?
    What cheap brain you have….so easily conned by UMNO.

  171. kittykat46 says:

    Look, PR is still a very raw Work-In-Progress, and there is still a lot of potential to stumble and reverse movement. It may still crash in flames.

    But from what I’ve seen, PR definitely still has the potential to be a far better political movement than the old, corrupt, stinking, decrepit, racist, iron-fisted UMNO-BN.

    By the way, talking about LGE framed photographs, Federal government agency offices in Penang still do not carry the photograph of the Chief Minister of Penang. They just leave the space previously occupied by Raja Bodek’s mug blank, even as new mug-shots of PM6, Naif Ton Rasa are sprouting everywhere, replacing Bedol.

    1 Year after GE 12, the Federal Government still can’t bear the thought of a PR-DAP Chief Minister. Just shows how childish UMNO-BN is.

  172. kittykat46 says:

    Look, PR is still a very raw Work-In-Progress, and there is still a lot of potential to stumble and reverse movement. It may still crash in flames.

    But from what I’ve seen, PR definitely still has the potential to be a far better political movement than UMNO-BN.

    By the way, talking about LGE framed photographs, Federal government agency offices in Penang still do not carry the photograph of the Chief Minister of Penang. They just leave the space previously occupied by KTK’s mug blank, even as new prints of PM6, Naif Ton Rasa are sprouting everywhere, replacing Bedol.

    1 Year after GE 12, the Federal Government still can’t bear the thought of a PR-DAP Chief Minister. Just shows how childish UMNO-BN is.

  173. I-4-C says:

    Isnt it interesting that it only takes a “cheap brain” to figure out the futile effort of Al Gore to put this Arse Banger into power when he himself was “gone baby gone”??? You must be gay then dare u admit and some sympathetic arse holes may offer u their arses lol

  174. I-4-C says:

    The “big brother” obviously misread the strong cultural values of Malaysians who dead against gaylos….. including me.

  175. monsterball says:

    wawawawa…so damn smart on money maters.
    You should apply a highly paid job in the World Bank.
    hi….1-4-C in Malaysia….change of government is by non violence and disobedient to UMNO…walks and talks la.
    Country is already ruined by them….long long ago.
    Besides applying a job in money matters…you seem to be able to see things that no ordinary humans can see.
    Only two kind ca do that.
    One about to die…..another about to be an idiot.

  176. Anonymous says:

    Actually, Saiful hardly knows his father. His father abandoned his mother soon after he was born and the mother remarried. When his mother died, his stepfather also disappeared and Saiful was subsequently brought up by his uncle (or was it his auntie?). And one important aspect in this whole episode is that Saiful’s ‘God Mother’ is Mumtaz Jaafar — who is Rosmah Mansor’s nominee and ‘bag lady’ in all their clandestine business deals.

  177. monsterball says:

    wawawawa…so damn smart on money maters.
    You should apply a highly paid job in the World Bank.
    hi….1-4-C in Malaysia….change of government is by non violence and disobedient to UMNO…walks and talks la.
    Country is already ruined by them….long long ago.
    You seem to be able to see things that no ordinary humans can see.
    Only two kind can do that..a genius or an idiot.

  178. yucks says:

    Actually, Saiful hardly knows his father. His father abandoned his mother soon after he was born and the mother remarried. When his mother died, his stepfather also disappeared and Saiful was subsequently brought up by his uncle (or was it his auntie?). And one important aspect in this whole episode is that Saiful’s ‘God Mother’ is Mumtaz Jaafar — who is Rosmah Mansor’s nominee and ‘bag lady’ in all their clandestine business deals.

  179. yucks says:

    During the course of Anwar’s impending trial, Malaysians will be told of the link Saiful has with Mumtaz Jaafar. Malaysians will also be told who Mumtaz Jaafar is and what her ‘special’ links with Rosmah are. Further to that, Malaysians will be told about the relationship between Najib’s Special Officer, Khairul Anas, and Saiful — and the less than manly reputation these two buggers had while still in school. Yes, the excitement and kinky sex that is going to spill over from this trial will cause Astro to lose a lot of business.

  180. kittykat46 says:

    I think I-4-C is a reincarnation of someone previously carrying the name “BobbyNZ” on Susan’s blog.

    You know, the guy who lost tons of cash on the KLSE 1997, lost everything again in the crash of 2009.
    Now he’s another unemployed commentator….my condolences..
    He can always sell his body….

  181. I-4-C says:

    It wont be long for Penang to be snatched back by BN when the Penangnites wake up from the nightmares of being “arse banged” lol. Oh yes as for George Soros, I see him ending up like Shiloh from Shakespeares’ novel The Merchant of Venice.

  182. whispering9 says:

    “History always dictate a change of govt whenever a country’s economy is ruined.”

    I love history. Isn’t your statement a self-prophesy? Malaysia economy is definitely bad (in fact, very bad now) and will it dictate a change of govt like you taught? If that is the case, why still deny the inevitable?

  183. monsterball says:

    So nice to talk to you….1-4-C
    You have gone to the moon and I am still on Earth
    ..goodluck!
    wait for Jacque to teach me england best melayu again.

  184. I-4-C says:

    Since the American Dream is nightmarish instead, Malaysians can only be thankful that they dont have to live in tents like many Americans who get their arse banged by their govt policies. Oh yes, with George Soros as their adviser cum henchman.

  185. skcuy says:

    …..During the course of Anwar’s impending trial, Malaysians will be told of the link Saiful has with Mumtaz Jaafar. Malaysians will also be told who Mumtaz Jaafar is and what her ‘special’ links with Rosmah are. Further to that, Malaysians will be told about the relationship between Najib’s Special Officer, Khairul Anas, and Saiful — and the less than manly reputation these two buggers had while still in school. Yes, the excitement and kinky s ex that is going to spill over from this trial will cause Astro to lose a lot of business….

  186. I-4-C says:

    Malaysian economy may be bad but the Western economies are 10 times worse now. Overspending caused their financial crisis. Can spending more by “quantitative easing” ( a fanciful name for printing more money) be the solution?

  187. jean says:

    Hi sue, I am just amazed by this post and may be feeling a bit guilty for thinking that you had become so taksub with defending those sitting at your side of the divide. Sorry for beginning to think that you were obsessed with demonizing anything UMNO instead of searching for justice. Sorry to think that you became a bit nitty gritty picky in trying to prove a point. Keep it up sue.

    Monty, so you do know that “PR is supported by donations from overseas..so rich so powerful?” And you are proud about it too I see. You really have a distinct way of convincing people that PR is a better alternative to UMNO lah uncle. You really sure that you are not a closet UMNO or atleast a sympathizer kah uncle?

  188. monsterball says:

    I want to stop taking to 1-4-C…but he is back o Earth to talk cock and bull again.
    Wait at least 12 years or more …for BN to take back Penang.
    Meanwhile enjoy strong oppositions.
    Do you live in Penang?
    Do you KNOW Penang?
    Are you a Malaysian…..living in Malaysia?

  189. monsterball says:

    I want to stop taking to 1-4-C…but he is back o Earth to talk nonsense again.
    Wait at least 12 years or more …for BN to take back Penang.
    Meanwhile enjoy strong oppositions.
    Do you live in Penang?
    Do you KNOW Penang?
    Are you a Malaysian…..living in Malaysia?

  190. yikes says:

    Mumtaz Jaafar

    Status : Part-time Coach

    Date of Birth : 30/6/62

    Job : Sports Development Officer

    Age : 46 (current)

    Sex : Female

    Achievements : Gold – 1981 SEA Games in Manila (100m)

  191. kittykat46 says:

    I live in Penang.

    The economy is tough, due to the global economic slowdown, but not as tough as Johore. Investors are still coming in, though obviously fewer and lower value investments.

    The PR state government is functioning. The streets are being cleaned, the rubbish is being collected regularly (still the original UMNO-appointed contractors, but they know full well they better not give DAP-PKR any excuse to fire them….), pot holes get patched up.
    There is less unnecessary expenditure – LGE runs a frugal ship.

    MPPP, dominated by UMNO appointees, is about to get a major shake up.

    My local ADUN – DAP, local MP – PKR have enthusiastic young staff manning their service centres. I have no regrets whatsover voting for them.

    Dream On BN folks….I’m afraid BN is not going to snatch back Penang any time soon.

  192. I-4-C says:

    Why is Malaysia not reeling in recession? Because it has always maintained sound fundamentals. And therefore people are not in the mood for a change of govt. I repeat; the Coalition of the Rocket, PAS and Arse Banger is doomed!!!!

  193. wits0 says:

    Whispering9, that “seer” doesn’t know what he’s talking about. That’s what happens when one’s lost in a trance vision ; control and lucidity also disappear.

  194. yikes says:

    Put bamboo stick up that fake seer`s behind 4 ekor also cannot get

  195. whispering9 says:

    I am bored…so let’s have some fun.

    ‘the American Dream’ has actually sustained a lot of economies and countries. Malaysia is also a benefactor and should Malaysians be ‘thankful’ for not having to live in tents? Anyway, don’t lah, generalize the nightmarish condition just from reading Yahoo news alerts. It is not that bad yet. During the Great Depression, lots of business folks leaped out of the windows. Nowadays, they learned from Malaysia and asked for rescue (bail-out) packages. LOL😉

  196. I-4-C says:

    Whispering

    Hahaha. Madoof too sustained a lot of people and instutions for decades too.

  197. I-4-C says:

    I speaketh no more for it may be futile to “throw pearls to swines”. Hope you dont belong to this class.

  198. whispering9 says:

    “Why is Malaysia not reeling in recession? Because it has always maintained sound fundamentals.”

    Hahahaha….you are funny. You are korrect, korrect and korrect. We should definitely keep repeating that we have sound fundamental(s) until a miracle comes along. Do you know that many businesses in the West are not retrenching the workers and shutting down the factories because they fear the the return of hardliners like Hitler? Just like you taught, that usually happens when the economy is ruined. So constant denial is good for sound fundamental when there is nothing else that can be done.

    You are lucky that PR is definitely not a hardliner front. For the laugh of it, some commented that PKR is just ex-UMNO. Bro….you are safe. Besides, arse-bangers are usually gentle folks. If BN wants to stay as the Gment, they should definitely mimic the denial of the west. :0

  199. wits0 says:

    You have to be lower life than swines to make pearls. You have to be an oyster!

  200. whispering9 says:

    “throw pearls to swines” Hey, are u a Christian? According to the precedent set by your political party, it is not appropriate to quote the Bible or the scripture if you are not of the same faith. If u are a Christian…then ‘Amen Brother’.🙂

  201. Semos says:

    monsterball,

    What Jacque pointed about you is absolutely correct. But you react as if it is all right for you, in fact you are entitled to make all those stupid idiotic mistakes – YOU ARE INDEED EVEN MORE IDIOTIC THAN JACQUE HAS DESCRIBED YOU. No wonder people hate you so much. But you think it is something grand. You are indeed mentally sick, sick, sick. Tanjong Rambuta is the place for you, not cyberspace which makes you even more sick and idiotic!

  202. ken says:

    monsterball in fact suffers from a serious inferiority complex. An old neglected 70 year old who should be spending his twilight years with his grandchildren, but instead behaves like an idiot in cyberspace. Maybe one day he will wake up and realize he is only playing games with himself.

  203. ken says:

    Each time someone points out his stupid idiotic mistakes,monsterball becomes mad like a gila babi spewing tons and tons of shit in cyberspace as if to hit at his critics. In fact he ends up shooting himself in the foot. All those who like to see clows and idiots shit in cyberspace and provoke them to shit even more and behave like wild pigs (even worse than UMNO youth) do the right thing in slamming monsterball. It you want him to self destruct very easy. Hit him once. He will end up hitting himself 10 times instead of hitting at you. Well done monsterball!

  204. arumugam says:

    monsterball lives in sin with his indonesian concubine, probably an illegal immigrant in a dilapidated house in Subang Jaya. His “good friend” Simon Wee has pointed out that it is strange for monsterball to spend Chinese new year in 2006 in Indon (with his concubine) when most Chinese families spend the occasion at home with their loved ones. From here you can judge what kind of character he is. Simon Wee, Sheikh and others are taking legal action against monsterball for all the libel and slander he made against them.

  205. Jim says:

    wits0 Says:
    April 22, 2009 at 6:31 pm

    You have to be lower life than swines to make pearls. You have to be an oyster!

    WitsO, you good friend monsterball is lower than a swine all right, but he is no pearl, rather a piece of waste excrement from some sea slug! That’s what he is…lower than the low

  206. wits0 says:

    Jim and others, what I wrote was that Monsterball is no racist imo something which I perceive as the case. No more, no less. Something which I’m sure astute Kittykat46 and Menyalak-er would also concur.

    Happy slugging it out with him, wrt the rest, hahahaaa! If matters get out of hand, I’m sure the Blog owner would stop it.

  207. whispering9 says:

    ….do you think I should bring out that carbide coated tungsten rod to relieve the piles? LOL. Yeah….happy slugging everyone. All these free and open non-violent slugging kinda make me happy to be a Malaysian, like the commentator from Singapore mentioned. So here is a song dedicated to all of you wonderful people.

    The sun’ll come out
    Tomorrow
    Bet your bottom dollar
    That tomorrow
    There’ll be sun!

    Just thinkin’ about
    Tomorrow
    Clears away the cobwebs,
    And the sorrow
    ‘Til there’s none!

    When I’m stuck a day
    That’s gray,
    And lonely,
    I just stick out my chin
    And Grin,
    And Say,
    Oh!

    The sun’ll come out
    Tomorrow
    So ya gotta hang on
    ‘Til tomorrow
    Come what may
    Tomorrow! Tomorrow!
    I love ya Tomorrow!
    You’re always
    A day
    A way!

  208. daryl says:

    I thought no one read the MS like The Star or NST here. I guess I must be wrong because these so call expert critic in politic seems to jump all over the place just because PR leaders have disagreement with each other.

    Come on we are better than that. Would you like the BN model or some slight disagreement to make PR better for Malaysia. I find a lot of expert in Malaysia are just ridiculous in expectation.

  209. jim says:

    WitsO,

    I agree with you that monsterball is not racist, but that does not mean that he is NO trouble maker, buffoon, and all the nasty things people say about him here. The trouble with him is he thinks he is king of the world when he is just the LOWEST OF THE LOW. Of course since he wants a slugging match, I think most people will slug him because he is someone people like to hate. The problem is Susan wants to side him or that is the impression he gives to people.

  210. monsterball says:

    This reminds me 3 years ago…when the going is no good for pro UMNO buggers….all sorts of useless remarks about me.
    I am their target in Rocky…kickdefella and here…why so?
    I must b doing an excellent job.
    Yes…this old man may out live some of you. If not..you can never hope to smell … taste touch..see…feel…or experience so much as I am gone through and not over yet. Such a fruitful exciting blessed life I have…so I decide to take up the task no one wants….and that is…play balls with you kiddos…making sure you are exposing your finest idiotic characters….for all to know….who are for or against change in government.
    You small fries are nothing compared to pro UMNO muslim guys… confronting me..few years ago….although what you put out are so similar to their styles. However….they were no faceless nor nameless to me….all of them. You MCA low class copycats of UMNO smart commentators….cannot beat their art and styles. That’s why you stay as lapdogs to UMNO.
    Do not try to instigate witso to go against me. It will not work.
    We can have high intelligent discussions…not agreeing with each other..yet we are one in purpose for the country and people.
    I seems to see you idiots coming out…insulting me…when I put out excellent thoughts. My reputation have been established long long ago, No need for you low class worms to say anything …..like no one knows me at all. That’s why you all are such childish idiots…choosing to insult me…instead of giving opinions on my messages.
    The more you insult means my messages are excellent.
    Come out with all best shots to frustrate me.
    If you know this old man still gets love from a young lady….you know the power of love I have..you can never never ever dream to possess.
    Sometimes I read and laugh at you all idiots…indirectly saying how influential I am in blogging.
    Who can brag to have a “monster” family in blogging too?

  211. Menyalak-er says:

    Hahaha, monty showing angst. Low class worms? Bragging rights on ‘monster’ family? Susan’s love? That’s called agape’, not only for you lah… no jealousies involved…
    Very soon everybody’ll will forget about criticizing Anwar and LGE! But, i do agree that Be-ends CTs losing their edge… Now beddy bye.

  212. khalib says:

    Hello, yes you are right , psychologically, you are not of any use to Pakatan Rakyat!!!. OCD is within you, who cares too much for no reason whatsoever; somuch so you killed the seeds which you cares so much for it’s growth. We can criticise our leaders, but we shouldn’t distroy them!!!!!!!!!!!, they belongs to the rakyat, not just you and I. Sorry, no compromise.

  213. monsterball says:

    Memyalak-er loves to give his/her opinions on my messages.
    So far..so good.
    At least not like those worms…cannot create anything but keep insulting to get attention.
    Be a creative and original…that what I am.
    When I am tired….I also like to take a cue from commentators and follow through.
    But for those against change of government….it is battling..provoking all the way.
    That’s why they love me so much…..hahahahahahaha

  214. Anonymous says:

    Medicine time for you, it s starting

  215. wira says:

    It`s On , wits0 …

    Very curious to know more on Chairman Mao, about his Cultural Revolution, what happened during the Great Leap Forward and what happened to his peasants (rakyat)? Is it true what they wrote about him?

    Very curious to know more about the Dalits “untouchables”. Is it true or merely fairy tales, is it still happening today, and why are they still practicing this evil system even after 3000years?

    Do you think Tunku, Razak, Hussein Onn, Mahathir and Najib would be greater statesmen if they were to follow Mao or Brahmins footsteps?

  216. wits0 says:

    Wira is positioning himself at Susan’s Blog to assume the lead position amongst the wave of bumnoputra PhD-ed(Permanent head Damaged) CT here. Trying to be subtle, learned and wise but succeeding like a blind rhino.

  217. In brief says:

    “Very curious to know more on Chairman Mao, about his Cultural Revolution,”

    go tp Chinese Embassy learn more

  218. In brief says:

    “Very curious to know more about the Dalits “untouchables”.”

    go and live among them and find out they are a proud people…talk nonsense they send you to hospital

  219. In brief says:

    One thing about daliys, tell them you are bumiputra they will laugh and throw cowdung in your face. After, that they send you to hospital kekekekekeke

  220. In brief says:

    One thing about dalitss, tell them you are bumiputra they will laugh and throw cowdung in your face. After, that they send you to hospital kekekekekeke

  221. wira says:

    hehehehe

    Padam muka.

    Finally sudah pandai cermin muka sendiri

  222. rider says:

    Umnoputras are blind fish swimming in murky waters with the flow of the undercurrent, not having the guts to swim against, nor the will to stay put. Here and now.. Rome is burning and their leaders, the Neros, are still fiddling with their egos. RPK is a gem who understands this well, he’ll get through this sooner or later with a greater resilience to help mould a Malaysian Malaysia.

    Respect is not bought or demanded, it is earned, and I believe, in Bolehland, this has not been taught at school for a long time.

  223. wits0 says:

    “Respect is not bought or demanded, it is earned, and I believe, in Bolehland, this has not been taught at school for a long time.”

    The racist Entitlement psyche in Bolehland has suffocated all things and universally recognised concepts that have fundamentally proven good and worthy. This is the far reaching corruption at the moral level.

  224. rider says:

    Yes, “this is the far reaching corruption at the moral level” and we feel sorry that it has DOOMED a certain people to believe that theirs is the pinnacle of modern/feudal civilization??!

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