A former editor of the pro-government daily, the New Straits Times, said not all young Malays were against Umno or the Barisan Nasional (BN) government, but against its top leadership."They even raised the issue of wives and spouses of these top leaders," Kadir wrote.
Umno is a club to enrich those in power! Nothing more than that. Dr M, you know very well that every day is a bonus to the sitting PM and the Umno warlords. What is your problem? You had your fun but you now see you have chosen two failures in a row as your successors as you claimed, one worse than the other.Do you think Muhyiddin Yassin is any better? We bet he would be worse and the next few Umno vice-presidents, they're even worse. No future for Umno, hence Umno continues to play racial card and fear to divert attention while the country is being ripped off!Najib is the remote control PM that Pak Lah turned out not to be. That's why Pak Lah had to go.
The point about anecdotes is outdated government procedures and government hierarchies.
The wages of cruelty would then be settled with a matching force. Non-forgiveness means living through the life cycle of struggle of evolution and devolution. a hilarious story. It’s an old man story, disguising it a bit, so that you can readily identify the individual concerne
When men question unexplained incidents, they forget that Nature settles all actions When men question unexplained incidents, they forget that Nature settles all actions,whole problem boils down to just one point - the thirst for power. Staying on without stirring up the hornet’s nest works to Najib’s benefit.BN as a coalition performed dismally. However, Umno’s seats increased from 79 to 88. Najib should not shoulder the full blame of the coalition when the party he led improved their performance. In efforts for democratic discourse, we must also scrutinise what good has been done, and how his political opponents can, in turn ,sway the support he attained in the last general election.
. It is difficult to say whose administration is worse, Abdullah Ahmad Badawi’s (Pak Lah) or Najib Abdul Razak's. Both administrations allegedly indulged in widespread cronyism and corruption, and both leaders’ actions in office were dictated by close family members.
Not to mention that both never really grasped the state of the nation – economically, politically, socially and pretty much in all other aspects. Both are certainly not charismatic leaders like Dr Mahathir Mohamad nor have similar IQ level to his.
But the question of Umno not replacing the highly ineffective Najib similar to what was done to Pak Lah, is a simple one.
Replace Najib with whom? Lets face it. All potential Umno leaders to replace Najib share the same ingrained Umno characteristics that Pak Lah and Najib have, which all of them have time and again exhibited.
Najib Kadir wrote. Malays are against you and your wife not Umno and not all non-Malays
Hardly a day goes by without those self-proclaimed champions of Malay race and defenders of Malay rights frothing at the mouth demanding that they (non-Malays) do this or that so we Malays could be the unquestioned Tuans (masters) of Tanah Melayu.
Dr.Mahathir When these Hang Tuah wannabes are not consumed with their theatrics of brandishing their ketchup-soaked kerises, they are obsessed with denigrating our culture and national character. To them we are lazy, dishonest, and know no shame.
Strip the rhetoric and those expressions of frus (“Manglish” for frustration) and fury are understandable if not predictable. We are frustrated because with the billions spent on us and the ever-generous special privileges heaped upon us, we still lag behind the others. We are furious because despite not being mollycoddled by the government, they thrive.
We are so angry that we cannot even pause to ponder perhaps they prosper precisely because the government leaves them alone and does not direct their lives, or that the massive “help” we get is anything but that. There is an art in helping. Done right and you open the door to the world for those you help; done wrong and you have a dependent invalid.
The story of tin, in Perak. Former PM Mahathir Mohamad attempted to corner the tin market on the
London exchange in 1981, and because of one man’s folly, Perak, one of the richest states in Malaysia, became one of its poorest.Billions of ringgits were lost because of Mahathir’s greed, and commerce in Ipoh practically ended. Its people left, some to wash dishes in restaurants around the world. The youth were soon forced to join the exodus.