Sunday, May 31, 2015

We will support Najis if given RM1 million per person

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak is defending the 1Malaysia People's Aid (BR1M) programme, saying it is not wrong to help the poor. – The Malaysian Insider file pic, May 30, 2015.Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak is defending the 1Malaysia People's Aid (BR1M) programme, saying it is not wrong to help the poor. – The Malaysian Insider file pic, May 30, 2015.There is nothing wrong about giving aid to those who need help, Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak said in defence of the federal government's 1Malaysia People's Aid (BR1M) programme.
He said it was important that the government did its part to help households increase their income.
He said when the economy in the country was doing well, the nation's wealth should also be distributed to the people.
"BR1M has been increased from RM600 to RM900 now. Is it wrong to help those who face difficulties and need aid?" he asked a crowd of thousands at the Desa Sejahtera 1Malaysia award ceremony in Kampung Kurong Tengar in Perlis this afternoon.
Najib said the government previously gave aid in the form of physical infrastructure like roads but now with him as prime minister, aid was given for the kitchen, too.
"Kalau pandai belanja BR1M, dapur kita berasap (if we know how to spend BR1M wisely, there will be smoke in our kitchens.)
"Previously, the government helps right up to roads. Now we are giving aid right into kitchens. This is 'pembaharuan' (improvement)," he said.
The BR1M programme introduced by Najib some time before the last general election in 2013, has been severely criticised by former prime minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad as a form of "bribery" in order to win votes.
Najib insisted that it was right for the government to give aid to help those in the rural areas.
He said even fishermen were now getting RM300 a month to help them cope with the cost of living.
He said previously there was no allocation for such purpose.
He said for the cities like Kuala Lumpur, the government was building mass rapid transit system and soon a high-speed train that travels at 300km per hour.
Such huge projects, Najib said, will generate economic growth that would in turn allow the government to have funds to channel to rural areas.
"The rural development agenda remains a main agenda for the government... nobody can deny that we have all come a long way although we admit we still have unfinished development agendas for the rural areas.
"We need fairer distribution of wealth to the rural communities and that is why we practise growth with equity. Without growth, we won’t have wealth to distribute," he said.
Najib said he was honoured that it was his father the second prime minister of Malaysia, the late Tun Abdul Razak Hussein, who started the agenda of developing rural areas.
He said his administration would continue to grow the Malaysian economy to fulfil the agendas to improve the people's lives in rural areas.
"I am confident that this is the right policy. When our economy is good, we can channel more funds for rural development," he said.
Najib also announced that the federal government will give Perlis funds for its inland port, the Chuping Valley development, and the logistic hub and hospital in Padang Besar.
He said the government will finalise how much money is needed for the individual projects. 
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I HAVE SAID TIME AND AGAIN THAT THE UMNO GOVERNMENT SHOULD GIVE ALL 30 MILLION OF ITS CITIZEN RM1 MILLION EACH EVERY FIVE YEARS SINCE EVERY ASS HOLE WHO SITS ON THE PRIME MINISTER THRONE MAKES TONS OF MONEY THROUGH EVERY SINGLE DEAL IN THE NATION.
WITH RM1 MILLION PAYOUT TO 30 MILLION CITIZEN, NO-ONE WILL CARE IF THE WHOLE NATION COLLAPSES OR SOLD TO DUBAI FOR A SONG.
SO DON'T HIGHLIGHT OUR POT HOLES THAT DAMAGES OUR CARS AND ENDANGER THE LIVES OF MOTORISTS. THE SO-CALLED BRIM DOES NOT BENEFIT EVERY CITIZEN SO IT IS CONSIDERED A FAILURE.
INSTEAD TAKE MY SUGGESTION INSTEAD OF ZETI FROM BANK NEGARA WHO LIVES BEYOND HER PAY AND MAKE THE RAKYAT HAPPY.
THEN AT LEAST TUN RAZAK'S BONE DOES NOT  DO THE TANGO INSIDE THE GRAVE EACH TIME ROSMAH GOES SHOPPING.
FURTHERMORE WHAT IS RM30 TRILLION TO NAJIS AND ROSMAH WHEN THEY HAVE ALREADY STOLEN RM42 BILLION FOR THEIR RETIREMENT.

WHAT IS TRILLION TO MALAYSIA WHEN OUR MONEY HAS BEEN DRAINED OUT BY THE SULTANS, 3 PRIME MINISTERS, MINISTERS, MPS, ADUN, FAMILY MEMBERS, MISTRESSES, GIRLFRIENDS, TOYBOYS ETC SINCE 1984 TILL TODAY.  
WHY NOT SHARE THE LOOT TOGETHER?  


Saturday, May 30, 2015

The most powerful crooks have just shown how powerful they are


Fatty is in town surrounded by the best security in the world.
So what is UMNO going to do about it?
The ones who demanded his head are playing pussy while IGP is acting like a ripe ciku.
7 Indian Bomohs must be doing something right since everyone pretends Jho Low is invisible.
TODAY ROSMAH AND JHO LOW HAVE SHOWN THE WORLD HOW POWERFUL THEY ARE AND ACTUALLY HAVE INSULTED ALL MALAYSIANS THAT THEY ARE INDEED ABOVE THE LAWS.
http://www.theantdaily.com/Main/Jho-Low-is-back-in-town-is-he-here-to-face-the-PAC

Friday, May 29, 2015

I fully support this NGO but...........why not sue all together?

New NGO threatens to sue Dr M for RM100b losses


Amid Dr Mahathir Mohamad's tirade against Prime Minster Najib Abdul Razak, a mysterious new NGO has emerged, making the same allegations against the former prime minister.

Citizens for Accountable Governance Malaysia (CAGM) chairperson Md Zainal Abidin said billions of ringgit in taxpayers' money went down the drain during Mahathir's tenure as prime minister between 1981 and 2003.

"It is time for Mahathir to come clean on all his financial scandals and answer Malaysians on what went wrong during his administration.

"If he fails to do so, then CAGM, representing a group of concerned Malaysians, will not hesitate to file a citizen’s lawsuit, to the amount of RM50 billion, against Dr Mahathir," Md Zainal said in a statement today.

Under Mahathir's time, Md Zainal said, there were more than a dozen documented financial scandals that left a "gaping hole in the nation's coffers".

"Malaysia was exposed to multi-billion ringgit bailouts, extravagant projects and wastages under 'outrageously questionable' ventures during Mahathir's reign.

"Malaysians deserve answers from their leaders and this must begin with Mahathir because an estimated RM100 billion was misappropriated under his watch, as widely reported in local and foreign media," he said.

'We will also go after Najib, eventually'

When contacted, Md Zainal denied that CAGM was specifically targeting Mahathir, saying that it would also go after Najib, eventually.

"Once we are done with Tun, we will move on to subsequent prime ministers. We are not taking anyone's side.

"We are just not going after Najib immediately because he has done the necessary theatrics by asking the auditor-general and Public Accounts Committee to investigate (1Malaysia Development Bhd).

"So we will give him some time while we go after Mahathir and (former prime minister) Abdullah Ahmad Badawi," he said.

Md Zainal, 45, a lawyer by profession, said CAGM was only set up a month ago and that it has about 2,000 members.

"We realised that all our economic problems are because of embezzlement, corruption and mismanagement.

"What we are doing is going after the source of the problem itself, which is the leadership and the prime ministers," he said.

Md Zainal added that the planned suit against Mahathir is mainly to raise awareness of wrongdoings in previous administrations.
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I TRULY BELIEVE ALL RAKYAT WILL SUPPORT THIS NGO IF THEY WERE TO SUE MAHATHIR, PAK LAH AND NAJIS TOGETHER FOR THE MISSING BILLIONS.
BUT SUING MAHATHIR ALONE RAISES EYEBROWS AND THEIR ANSWER IS THAT LATER THEY WILL GO AFTER PAK LAH AND NAJIS.
RIGHT NOW ALL THE EVIDENCES ON 1MDB ARE EASILY AVAILABLE AND ALL THE CROOKS INVOLVED ARE STILL ALIVE.  WHEREAS MAHATHIR AND PARTNERS IN CRIME ARE NOT MANY ALIVE TODAY.
SO FOLKS, HOW MUCH DO YOU THINK ROSMAH AND JHO LOW PAID THIS PARTICULAR NGO TO GO AFTER MAHATHIR KUTTY?
SOME BIRDS ARE SAYING RM50 MILLION.

Thursday, May 28, 2015

Malays are not only lazy workers but are also bad businessmen


Recently MPSJ screwed a Malay company.  This is not something NEW from MPSJ.  In fact MPSJ has been known for screwing every businessmen in town if there is no BRIBE INVOLVED. Whether it is UMNO or PKR era.
MPSJ think they are smart by going straight to the regional office in Singapore to request for quotation, knowing fully well a company in Malaysia has a partnership arrangement with them. Furthermore the KL partners are on contact daily with MPSJ.  Just a day before MPSJ requested quotation from Singapore the KL people called and asked whether there is any further doubts or quotation that is required.  MPSJ did not utter a single request.  The next day, MPSJ called up Singapore for a quotation.
Being Singaporean they will just quote since there is a request and business is business with or without an agreement with the KL partners. That is Singapore way.
So now that the Malaysian partners are aware of this everyone is jumping and blaming each other.
So the next time you are dealing with any of those fuck up Malays who wants bribe just beware that they can screw you up.

Just for your knowledge - the Singapore company has been holding back payment due to their Malaysian counter part for over a year, each time giving this and that excuse.  It has been 18 months and the company has not received a single sen for their work.  So you see even foreigners knows that the Malays are bad businessmen.


Something is very wrong in the RAZAK family-line


http://www.malaysia-chronicle.com/index.php?option=com_k2&view=item&id=520451%3Abombshell-najibs-son-nizar-a-director-at-deloitte-is-this-why-1mdb-accounts-were-cleared-without-qualification%3F&Itemid=2#axzz3bKhkdV5u
A FATHER'S KARMA AS A SINNER AND A MURDERER, THE CHILDREN ALSO FOLLOW SUIT.
TODAY THREE SONS IN ONE FAMILY HAVE SHOWN THEIR TRUE SELFISH FORM.
WHICH SON IS NEXT?

Tuesday, May 26, 2015

White Rice at Rocket Price



Thanks to DAP and PKR there will be no place for non-Muslim and non-Malays in the near future

READ THE PART WHERE I HAVE HIGHLIGHTED IN YELLOW AND THINK CAREFULLY THE DIRECTION ALL MALAYSIANS WILL BE FACING IN THE FUTURE.

THE FUTURE WHERE NON-MUSLIM CUM NON-MALAYS WILL NOT HAVE A PLACE IN MALAYSIA.
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THE SHAKEUP IN PAS IS GOING TO SHAKE UP MALAYSIA

May 25, 2015
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If Najib is still going to be the Prime Minister and with the shakeup in PAS he may need Ahmad Zahid Hamidi as his new deputy but I will not tell you why just yet. Let it happen first before we talk about it.
THE CORRIDORS OF POWER
Raja Petra Kamarudin
We started with Reformasi in 1998 and then Barisan Alternatif in 1999. Then came Pakatan Rakyat in 2008 and ABU or ‘anything but Umno’ in 2009. What is it going to be next?
If we want to go back even further we had the Alliance Party in 1955 and Barisan Nasional in 1973. Umno then split into Umno Baru and Semangat 46 in 1988 followed by Angkatan Perpaduan Ummah andGagasan Rakyat in 1990.
So what have we learned from all this? Well, I suppose we can always say that what we have learned is that Umno has been in power for 60 years from 1955 until 2015.
The other thing we have learned is that Umno cannot rule or form the government all on its own. It needs coalition partners to get into power and to stay in power.
Maybe the third thing we have learned would be that Umno has a tendency to break up, split, etc., from time to time — starting from 1951 when the first split occurred with the exit of its founder, Onn Jaafar, and the creation of the Pan-Malayan Islamic Party (PMIP) a few months later, now called PAS.
And probably the last thing we have learned is that political parties, Umno included but not exclusively, will always break up and split every few years but life will go on and new people will emerge to repair the damage and take the party forward.
Well, now, 2015, we are seeing another shakeup of the political landscape. Yes, 64 years after the first shake up followed by one shakeup after another over those 64 years we are seeing yet another of so many shakeups. And what is going to be the result of the latest and most current shakeup?
Umno is in turmoil. So is PAS and PKR. Coincidentally, all three are what we can call Malay-based parties even though PAS is an Islamic party and PKR supposedly a multi-racial party.
Pakatan Rakyat is also in turmoil while Barisan Nasional may not be visibly in turmoil — but the cauldron is boiling even though it may not have boiled over like Pakatan Rakyat.
Invariably, the shakeups and turmoil is going to change the political landscape somewhat. Life cannot go on as usual after this even though the turmoil has ended. In a shakeup there will be winners and losers. And in a political environment of winner takes all, the losers either have to fade away or find a new home to continue their struggle.
Yes, in a month or two we are going to see the aftermath of the latest shakeup. New alliances would have to be made and crossovers would have to happen. When the bomb goes off the landscape can never remain the same once the dust settles. It is like a Tsunami hitting your shores. The shoreline always changes each time that happens.
The ongoing contest in PAS to determine its new leadership is going to have wide repercussions on Malaysia’s political landscape. This is actually not just a contest for the PAS leadership but a battleground to determine the form and shape of Malay politics.
If the Anwarinas win and the ulama’ get ousted then Pakatan Rakyat is going to suffer because the Islamists are going to abandon the opposition coalition. So Pakatan Rakyat will end up with less Malay support but a PAS that will be subservient to the non-Malays.
On the other hand, if the ulama’ win and the Anwarinas get ousted then PAS may get kicked out of Pakatan Rakyat because DAP can never work with a PAS controlled by Islamists.
It looks like a weak PAS with Anwarinas in control may strengthen Pakatan Rakyat as far as non-Malay support is concerned but they would have to sacrifice a lot of Malay support.
A strong PAS with the ulama’ in control would spell the end of PAS in Pakatan Rakyat and it will have to contest the next general election on its own and probably in three-, four- or five-corner fights.
Either way Pakatan Rakyat will weaken somewhat. But the main question is, if the ulama’ get ousted and the Anwarinas take over will they remain in PAS or will they leave the party? And if they leave the party where will they go?
And if the Anwarinas get ousted instead and the ulama’ take over will they remain in PAS or will they leave the party? And if they leave the party where will they go?
The long and short of it is that PAS will not be the same any more in June 2015. One way or another massive changes are going to happen and these changes are going to affect both Pakatan Rakyat and Barisan Nasional.
The interesting thing is that in 2004 PKR began to adopt Umno’s method of campaigning using chai or menu for block voting. In other words, if you vote for a certain president then you also vote for his or her entire team. You do not vote for one person for list A and another from list B.
Now PAS has also adopted Umno’s chai or block-voting system. So, if you vote for Hadi then you also vote for all those on his team and if you vote for his challenger then you vote for all those on list B as well.
That is the Umno way which became the PKR way in 2004 and the DAP way not too long ago and is now the PAS way today. What else has PAS adopted from Umno, which PKR and DAP also adopted from Umno?
Well, for one they are using fitnah and name-calling to run down their opponents. Even Mat Sabu, the most famous name-caller in PAS, has expressed his worry regarding the kafir-mengkafir issue.
Kafir-mengkafir is the political strategy of labelling fellow-Muslims who do not share your political ideology as infidels or kafir. Anyone who disagrees with you has to be run down and called all sorts of names such as traitor, running dog, Trojan horse, turncoat, prostitute, infidel, cocksucker, and whatnot.
Umno does it. DAP does it. PKR does it. And now PAS does it as well. DAP is even better at this game because they can add racist, ethnic cleansing, discrimination, etc., to the list of names they call you.
Anyway, I remember back in 2010 when I said something that made Haris Ibrahim a.k.a. Sam very angry with me. He openly condemned me for saying that and what I said was that we cannot support the ABU or ‘anything but Umno’ struggle. It has to be more than that.
I explained that ABU alone is not enough because we are not fighting to get rid of Umno but to get rid of the Umno culture. Now that Umno culture has infected not only PKR and DAP but PAS as well. So we get rid of Umno and replace it with a clone of Umno.
No, that is not my struggle. It may be your struggle but then you can go on and do it without me. I want no part of that struggle.
A case in point is the way Lim Kit Siang keeps whacking Abdul Hadi Awang for kononnya trying to form aUnity Government with Umno when it was Anwar Ibrahim who arranged the meeting in London while Hadi refused to attend the meeting even though he happened to be in London at that time.
Then Anwar confirms the meeting but denies that the purpose was to form a Unity Government. He said it was only to reach a National Consensus, whatever that is supposed to mean.
And then Kit Siang proposes a Save Malaysia coalition so that Pakatan Rakyat and Barisan Nasional can unite to prevent Malaysia from becoming Islamised and from being turned into an Islamic State.
So, Anwar holds talks for a National Consensus while Kit Siang proposes a Save Malaysia coalition and, while Hadi refuses to have anything to do with this, he is accused of selling out Pakatan Rakyat by wanting to form a Unity Government with Umno.
That is what I mean by Umno culture which Pakatan Rakyat has now adopted and which we must oppose. So it should not be ‘anything but Umno’. It should be ‘anything but Umno tricks and lies’ that have now become Pakatan Rakyat’s tricks and lies.
Yes, the ulama’ must win next month and DAP must insist that PAS be kicked out of Pakatan Rakyat. Then we will see what happens post-June 2015. Meanwhile let us see post-June 2015 whether Najib Tun Razak is still the Prime Minister and who his new Deputy Prime Minister is going to be.
If Najib is still going to be the Prime Minister and with the shakeup in PAS he may need Ahmad Zahid Hamidi as his new deputy but I will not tell you why just yet. Let it happen first before we talk about it.

Monday, May 25, 2015

Saying good-bye to hard earned money by KISSING

Sebuah Program MLM,,,Magnet Duit apa ntah......Mengajak pesertanya Mencium Duit supaya semua "Dekat" Dengan Duit dan cepat Kaya.....
Dah Macam Hamba berkiblatkan DUIT...
Kepala Hotak dia....yang kaya penganjur tu sebab dapat Yuran peserta....
Melayu macam ni la....Kemaruk nak jadi Kaya Ekspress.....
berusaha malas...
NAK KAYA BERNIAGA LA BOLEH CIUM DUIT SENDIRI..!!
CIUM DUIT ORANG , BILA NAK KAYA...TOLOL
Psstt... Ntah2 itu duit yang diorang bayar nak join seminar tu.......kesian,
cium duit sendiri yang jadi hak milik orang.......

Saturday, May 23, 2015

GST got nothing to do with God you ass hole

GOOD REASON WHY THE WHOLE WORLD ARE LAUGHING AT THE STUPID MALAYS AND HAVE NO RESPECT FOR MUSLIM AT LARGE.
MALAYS ARE GONE CASE AS FAR AS I AM CONCERN.
THEY BELIEVE EVERYTHING IS FATED AND THAT GST IS PUNISHMENT FROM GOD.
DON'T BELIEVE, READ ON:
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In Pekan, a glimpse of why Najib is so popular
BY ANISAH SHUKRY
Excited chatter filled the humid air in the prime minister's constituency of Pekan, Pahang, as locals descended onto the Sultan Abu Bakar Lake Garden, where an automotive fair organised by the Malaysia Automotive Institute (MAI) was entering its second day.
But it was apparent that the scores of brand new cars gleaming under the morning sunlight were not the main crowd-puller for today. Instead, the centre of attention was a giant white tent decked in blue and red, where Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak was expected to appear and address his constituents.
In anticipation of the prime minister’s presence, the Umno grassroots here had taken it upon themselves to turn the event into a show of support for their embattled president with Pekan Umno Youth pasting posters describing it as a "Solidarity 4PM Najib".
And as the morning wore on, several buses pulled into the congested park, dropping off hundreds of villagers and government-friendly welfare groups dressed in a uniform red, purple or blue.
Alias Ismail, the village head of Kampung Kuala Mentiga, told The Malaysian Insider he had been ordered by Umno Pekan to gather all his villagers to today’s function.
“Yes, I’m a supporter of the prime minister,” Alias said emphatically, as he adjusted the 1Malaysia logo emblazoned on his beige uniform.
The large white tent at the Sultan Abu Bakar Lake Gardens in Pekan with local constituents bussed in by the Umno division to show its support for the prime minister. – The Malaysian Insider pic by Anisah Shukry, May 23, 2015.The large white tent at the Sultan Abu Bakar Lake Gardens in Pekan with local constituents bussed in by the Umno division to show its support for the prime minister. – The Malaysian Insider pic by Anisah Shukry, May 23, 2015.
“I was ordered to come here with the locals. We came here by bus, it was all sponsored by the assemblyman. All the village heads are here with their people,” he said, pointing to other men dressed in the same beige suit.














But not all of the transportation were paid for by Umno leaders; Norwati Ishak, 49, the chairperson of welfare and education group Al Wardah Pahang, said the group had used its own funds to get here.
I believe the GST is actually God’s punishment to us - Norwati Ishak
Dressed in matching purple baju kurung and tudung, the group were here today to show everyone that “Al Wardah supports the prime minister 100%”, Norwati told The Malaysian Insider.
“All 150 of our Pekan members came here in three buses, one van, and five cars,” she said.
“We are here at the invitation of Datuk Abu Bakar Harun, the Pahang exco and Umno Pekan deputy chairman. He even offered to sponsor out transportation, but we paid for two buses ourselves.”
Criticism has been mounting against Najib over the 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) scandal and the poor implementation of the goods and services tax (GST), but Norwati shrugged this all off.
“I believe the GST is actually God’s punishment to us,” she said with a knowing nod.
“Muslims are supposed to pay zakat (alms) each month, but how many actually do that? So that is how God is punishing us – through GST.”
For Norwati, supporting the prime minister was simply a religious duty: “In the Quran, it states that we must first obey Allah, secondly the prophet, and third, our leader – which is Najib.
“So it doesn’t matter if a leader is ugly or has strange hair – as Muslims we must obey him. It is a matter of faith.”
Hospital cleaner Kulamani Subramaniam said her love for Najib had compelled her to attend today’s function with her family.
“I’m here to see Najib, not the fair. The people here (in Pekan) definitely support him. Najib is from here, so of course we support him,” she said shyly.
“Yes, the GST is tough for us poor people to handle, but we accept it.”
Similarly, housewife Zaidah Haslan, 45, was excited at the prospect of seeing her parliamentarian and prime minister for the first time, saying that he had contributed a lot to the country.
“Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad can criticise Najib all he wants; that is his personal opinion. To me, as long as the leader upholds Islamic principles, I support him,” she said, referring to the former prime minister.
Twenty-eight-year-old Mohd Azlan Mohd Fadzilah told The Malaysian Insider he and his fiancée were in the area by chance, and, upon learning Najib would be turning up, decided to stay for the opportunity to see the prime minister.
“I definitely support the prime minister. I can’t really say much because I’m not in his position, but I really believe he is doing the best,” he said.
Najib has been accused of lying by opposition politicians and even Dr Mahathir about a myriad of issues, including on 1MDB and the murder of a Mongolian woman, Altantuya Shaariibuu.
Dr Mahathir has, in recent months, repeatedly asked Najib to step down, saying that Barisan Nasional would not win the next general election if the prime minister continued to stay in power. 
Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak leaving the Gegar Autoria Carnival, in Pekan, where he spoke to a large crowd of supporters, even as the attack from former PM Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad intensifies. – The Malaysian Insider pic by Afif Abd Halim, May 23, 2015.
Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak leaving the Gegar Autoria Carnival, in Pekan, where he spoke to a large crowd of supporters, even as the attack from former PM Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad intensifies. – The Malaysian Insider pic by Afif Abd Halim, 











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