Saturday, December 3, 2016

Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak's speech lead to a racial disaster

 Prime Minister Ahmad Zahid Hamidi Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak's speech at the Umno annual meet did not contain elements that can lead to a racial disaster
Refuting Umno vice-president Ahmad Zahid Hamidi's claim that Pakatan Harapan uses lies as propaganda akin to Nazi Germany, DAP veteran Lim Kit Siang argued that it is the Malay party that is dealing in jackbooted falsehoods.

Lim said that Adolf Hitler's “Big Lie” theory as he espoused in Mein Kampf is actually being practiced by Umno president Najib Abdul Razak instead of by the opposition


UMNO stands for an economy based on legitimate money … collective conscience of founder of UMNO
is only a symptom of the disease of corruption. said to be genetically predisposed to coronary disease and diabetes. Are we also biologically programmed to be dishonest in our dealings?

If dishonesty is in our DNA, can genetic engineers reprogramme us to become honest and upright citizens? Quite a challenge for science, almost on a par with finding a cure for cancer.
Or, perhaps, our dishonesty is not gene-based but is the result of a social and cultural context in which we see our successive governments as nothing but an extension of colonial rule, thanks to the lordly distance that our netas and our babus put between themselves and us.
We inherited our political system and our bureaucracy from the British, and in exercising its power over aam admi the sarkar is often seen as being as disempowering as any foreign ruler. In which case, subverting the government by corruption might be seen as an extension of the freedom struggle.
To free ourselves from black money we need first to free ourselves from a neo-colonial mindset. A mindset which makes adversaries of the rulers and the ruled, the government and its citizens.

Reason why you should now expect hate non-Malays and putting fear in Malays oriented policies that comes easy to a person who presides over a party that is bereft of soul. Najib’s cathartic social transformation experiment is bubbling away in his retort flask. The government must publish details of all bureaucrats who declare disproportionate assets. Unless there is an ‘outing’ of some big names in corruption, a senior international economist told me, the public’s faith in Najib’s dragonslaying abilities will not endure. it was not going to be enough for politicians to declare their bank balances. The main culprit is cash: 70 to 80 per cent of money in politics is in cash. “Cash is coming from the The 1Malaysia Development Berhad Scandal is an ongoing political scandal occurring in Malaysia. In 2015, Malaysia's Prime Minister, Najib Tun Razak, was accused of channelling over RM2.67 billion (nearly USD 700 million) from 1MDB, a government-run strategic development company, to his personal bank accounts.…it comes in jute sacks and in trucks. Voter bribery is a very serious issue; now it is brazen.” With popular sentiment so strongly against  money,  this was the time for Najib to strike at the roots of political corruption. Will he?

UMNO stands for an economy based on legitimate money … collective conscience of founder of UMNO

cannot be attributed to anyone else but Umno as Umno has been ruling them for 60 years.Enforced deference to Beijing prevents the direct reference that DAP represents not Chinese, but Malays and others who oppose this alleged illegitimate kleptocracy.Just as there must be a song and dance show in Bollywood movies, the Umno annual general assembly must have a bogeyman, be it Chinese, Christians, Jews, CIA, Singapore, Zionists, communists, Hindus, LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender) people, liberals, DAP, etc.


And here is the man who, according to published reports, did this - in the wee hours before dawn he had to get up and make a call to US President-elect Donald Trump Umno believes it can win Putrajaya with only Malay votes, with a little help from Sabah and Sarawak.
And here we were complaining about Trump. Isn't that too much of a holier-than-thou posturing, my dear MO1?



Najib is using Trump’s populist tactics of galvanising racist and religious bigotry to win elections by attacking ‘DAP-Chinese’. The ultra-conservative rhetoric may work for Trump, we hope it will not work for multi-racial Malaysia.

What happened to his 1Malaysia? This was supposed to have transformed the country and to go beyond race and religion.

dangerous strategy which Umno is definitely going to use with full support of the government-controlled mainstream media. “Most people speak because they find speech more tolerable than silence.” A blanket generalisation, doubtless, but maybe there’s a grain of truth in it. For the stressed and distressed, though they are apparently silent, they could be screaming inside. If so, speaking does offer easy distraction from turmoil within. silence, is a form of austerity — that is, mauna not only in speech but in mind as well. silence is not merely the inability to speak or the reluctance to speak; it is calmness of mind that enables you to hear the guiding voice of God within. Physical sound agitates our mind, spiritual sound pacifies it.


Najib, who is fiercely galvanised by the political machinery of Umno-led BN government to allegedly plunder the nation's limited resources and demean the rights of the people.to delay his own political demise in the impending GE14.Don't forget you depend on China's investment to survive. Who wants to pump money into a country which chooses to place blame on their brethren? the Chinese, are angry hearing your speech, you are wrong. We are angry no more.


Najib went to Beijing, hat in one hand and a bowl on the other hand, seeking investment ventures
Year in, year out. Same story. Condemn DAP and condemn the Chinese to scare and frighten the Malays , the despicable plight of the Malays and them being made absolutely stupid and dumbed down,this year the agenda for the Umno AGM is condemning DAP, provoke the Malays to hate non-Malays and putting fear in Malays.when the riches disappear from the country, the Malays will surely awake from their Umno-induced slumber and assured platforms to posture from.will soon realise that they were actually taught a pittance, given and provided a pittance and protected with a pittance.
You are implicitly part of a large-scale US Justice Department (DOJ) investigation on corrupt practices, your party tolerates money politics and Cowgate individuals, red-shirt leader Jamal Md Yunos, etc - and here you are, preaching to others.


Thursday, December 1, 2016

Has unstoppable Najib met immutable UMNO?

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Why Nations Fail’ that institutions, both political and economic, are crucial to prosperity. Without a strong and independent judiciary,an effective and efficient bureaucracy, a predictive policyframework and independent and robust regulatory mechanisms, can we have sustained high growth and prosperity? And can these institutions be robust and effective if they are routinely hijacked by money and muscle? Najib should lead, not be thinking of his own position.singing a narrow racial and bigoted tune when he speaks to Umno. Playing the race and religion narratives are typical agenda of the allegedly corrupt Umno-BN government that put self-survival and grip of hegemonic power above the interest of our beloved multi-racial and democratic nation.It’s pathetic. Even Donald Trump did much better after he was declared the winner in the November 2016 presidential race. His first statement was, “An America for all Americans.”Najib, your statement only conveys one fact, and only one fact - there is no future for a small nation of some 30 million people living in a racially and religiously-divided country called Malaysia.there is no dilemma. Speak as a leader. What is good for ‘Malays, Muslims and bumiputera’ must be good for all Malaysians. That is the ultimate hallmark of a true leader.With that, how can any leader go down to the grassroots with any meaning, while allegedly having to lie and avoid difficult questions?

Dr Mahathir Mohamad's most memorable quote, "Melayu mudah lupa" (Malays forget easily), was once again used against him.

This time, it was none other than Umno president Najib Abdul Razak himself who fired the salvo against the former premier.

In his speech at the Umno annual general assembly, Najib, who is also prime minister, said various leaders, ministers and statesmen had betrayed the oath taken in the name of Allah.

Citing several Islamic scholars, he said this was a cardinal sin and proved the hypocritical attitude of certain individuals.

"... One person himself said Malays forget easily.

"I wish to ask now - who is that Malay who forgets easily? Definitely not us, because true Umno Malays are loyal and do not betray the party," he stressed.

At this juncture, the large screen showing the Umno president delivering his speech shifted to a wide angle shot, revealing a screen above Najib which displayed the images of Mahathir, his son Mukhriz and former deputy prime minister Muhyiddin Yassin clad in Bersih t-shirts.

Earlier in his speech, Najib said he deliberated on the approach that should be adopted for his speech, in light of the various attacks from the other side.

"After meeting with many quarters in the process to prepare this speech, I received numerous views. Among them, that I should no longer be gentlemanly.

"Instead, I should be harsher and respond to all the scorn and obscenities from all quarters, including Mahathir and his accomplices, with even more harsher words," he added.

However, Najib said it was better for him to follow the way of Prophet Muhammad, which is to be cordial in one's approach, even to foes.

Dr M working with nation's enemies

Once again, the prime minister recalled his loyalty to Mahathir during the divisive Umno elections in 1987.

Although being close to Umno veteran Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah, Najib said he held on to the principle of loyalty to the president by siding with Mahathir.

The prime minister said despite Umno members and him remaining loyal to Mahathir during his tenure in office, the latter had now turned his back on them.

"I am personally very disappointed and I am sure that you, too, share the same disappointment over what that has happened.

"Mahathir who was once a celebrated statesman has turned his back against the party he led for decades.

"It's not unreasonable to state that he is now even in cahoots with DAP, Bersih, Parti Amanah Negara, PKR and worse, with the country's enemies like (George) Soros who was once hated and we were asked to hate him for being responsible for the fall of the ringgit," he added.

Citing the loyalty accorded to Mahathir's successor Abdullah Ahmad Badawi, Najib said it was not only for Abdullah but for the institutions he held as Umno president and prime minister as well.

"As such, loyalty given to the institutions I am holding now is because of the responsibility held by party members as well as the people of Malaysia.

"So total loyalty must be received by anyone who takes over the posts of (party) president and prime minister," he added.

Najib also touched on how history revealed that Malays and Muslims have been paralysed due to enmity and betrayal.


"As such, we should not be used by certain quarters lest we will lose the things which are important to us.

"So I urge that we unite. In the name of Malay unity, we should forget our differences and return to the right path," he said.

The prime minister also expressed confidence that both the Pagoh and Semporna Umno divisions would remain loyal to the party.

The divisions’ former leaders Muhyiddin and Shafie Apdal have since formed their own parties after leaving Umno.

at to the bumiputera and Islam.

In his speech at the Umno annual general assembly today, Najib said Islam would surely be "belittled" if DAP comes to power.

"We (Umno) will not let that happen. As our forefathers vowed, over my dead body and over the bodies of all Malays.

"We will rise and go all out to defend (Islam)!" Najib declared.

So, is there a disconnect between the ‘nation’ and the ‘national capital’? Real and political geographies have often coincided through history. It’s not easy to disrupt these bonds, particularly the bond people have with their capital. Be it an empire from a different era or the modern state, the capital symbolises the best of a nation, a source of pride to the farthest end of a country’s geographical expanse, a place with a story that binds people, the seat of power and justice.Over the years, these capitals have turned global cities. They are connected with cities in other countries as


This is one very divisive man. He is out to destroy the nation isn't he?according to published reports did this. In the wee hours before dawn he had to get up and made a call to Donald Trump for only God knows what. And earlier he went to Beijing PRC, hat on one hand and a bowl on the other hand, seeking investment ventureNow he declared that DAP is the enemy of Malay and Islam. Is he really that naive to think that PRC Chinese are that stupid not to know what game he is up to? When a person borrows money from the Along, he or she must be prepared for the consequences in the very likely event of a default in repayment of a loan.
Newly baptised as grand Communist Leader in Malaysia Prime Minister’s grand Communist Leader, Dogged by a Billion-Dollar Scandal, Proves Untouchable.
Mahathir's willingness to work with DAP veteran Lim Kit Siang and Najib reached out to Communists  his 1MDB expediency,the quality of being convenient and practical despite possibly being improper or immoral; Another Malaysian despot clings to power ... We have politically illiterate leaders who seem not to “read” the writing on the wall even when it is ... to sacrifice the Malays to save his skin political.. There’s no denying that we are seeing a gradual and deliberate reconfiguration of the Malay power matrix in UMNO. while new one are still taking shape.The theory is that new elites will take back UMNO to its starting point, strengthen the association with nationalism and reaffirm its status of a symbol of national pride.Najib cooperation with the  grand Communist Leader in China  for his political expediency.There’s a dis-empowering of the Malays while at same time  the Malays are disowning Najib disowning.  But what is clear is that there is a disruption in UMNO’s power imagery and it’s not subtle. In fact, it’s rather brutal and unforgiving.
More than a phenomenon, the victory of Donald Trump is a message to all those who looked down on people like him, to Washington and its well-networked economy of powerits politics in disarray and Malay privilege questioned. The assault is also acquiring a pattern across countries — loosely labelled the ‘rise of the hard right’, but that still does not give the full story. with an unequivocal mandate to disrupt — if necessary, destroy — the the Malay’s power frame

Washington DC, PutraJaya and post-Brexit London are recent examples that stare in your face. But let’s not undermine the anti-corruption purge in Beijing. In a system as closed and authoritarian as China, Xi Jinping was the proverbial insider who capitalised on this feeling of resentment against the corrupt party elite. Shades of this anger have been visible even in Japan though not as pronounced as in louder democracies like Malaysia.


Dr Mahathir Mohamad's most memorable quote, "Melayu mudah lupa" (Malays forget easily), was once again used against him.

This time, it was none other than Umno president Najib Abdul Razak himself who fired the salvo against the former premier.

In his speech at the Umno annual general assembly, Najib, who is also prime minister, said various leaders, ministers and statesmen had betrayed the oath taken in the name of Allah.

Citing several Islamic scholars, he said this was a cardinal sin and proved the hypocritical attitude of certain individuals.

"... One person himself said Malays forget easily.

"I wish to ask now - who is that Malay who forgets easily? Definitely not us, because true Umno Malays are loyal and do not betray the party," he stressed.

At this juncture, the large screen showing the Umno president delivering his speech shifted to a wide angle shot, revealing a screen above Najib which displayed the images of Mahathir, his son Mukhriz and former deputy prime minister Muhyiddin Yassin clad in Bersih t-shirts.

Earlier in his speech, Najib said he deliberated on the approach that should be adopted for his speech, in light of the various attacks from the other side.

"After meeting with many quarters in the process to prepare this speech, I received numerous views. Among them, that I should no longer be gentlemanly.

"Instead, I should be harsher and respond to all the scorn and obscenities from all quarters, including Mahathir and his accomplices, with even more harsher words," he added.

However, Najib said it was better for him to follow the way of Prophet Muhammad, which is to be cordial in one's approach, even to foes.

Dr M working with nation's enemies

Once again, the prime minister recalled his loyalty to Mahathir during the divisive Umno elections in 1987.

Although being close to Umno veteran Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah, Najib said he held on to the principle of loyalty to the president by siding with Mahathir.

The prime minister said despite Umno members and him remaining loyal to Mahathir during his tenure in office, the latter had now turned his back on them.

"I am personally very disappointed and I am sure that you, too, share the same disappointment over what that has happened.

"Mahathir who was once a celebrated statesman has turned his back against the party he led for decades.

"It's not unreasonable to state that he is now even in cahoots with DAP, Bersih, Parti Amanah Negara, PKR and worse, with the country's enemies like (George) Soros who was once hated and we were asked to hate him for being responsible for the fall of the ringgit," he added.

Citing the loyalty accorded to Mahathir's successor Abdullah Ahmad Badawi, Najib said it was not only for Abdullah but for the institutions he held as Umno president and prime minister as well.

"As such, loyalty given to the institutions I am holding now is because of the responsibility held by party members as well as the people of Malaysia.

"So total loyalty must be received by anyone who takes over the posts of (party) president and prime minister," he added.

Najib also touched on how history revealed that Malays and Muslims have been paralysed due to enmity and betrayal.


"As such, we should not be used by certain quarters lest we will lose the things which are important to us.

"So I urge that we unite. In the name of Malay unity, we should forget our differences and return to the right path," he said.

The prime minister also expressed confidence that both the Pagoh and Semporna Umno divisions would remain loyal to the party.

The divisions’ former leaders Muhyiddin and Shafie Apdal have since formed their own parties after leaving Umno.

So, is there a disconnect between the ‘nation’ and the ‘national capital’? Real and political geographies have often coincided through history. It’s not easy to disrupt these bonds, particularly the bond people have with their capital. Be it an empire from a different era or the modern state, the capital symbolises the best of a nation, a source of pride to the farthest end of a country’s geographical expanse, a place with a story that binds people, the seat of power and justice.Over the years, these capitals have turned global cities. They are connected with cities in other countries as much as they are with their own. People living in them have a more global outlook, institutions here are connected across boundaries, they all seem networked into a global net that turns national political geography on its head.
Gradually, for many, umno now appears like one big club. With its own access rules, lobby groups, power hangouts and brokers.UMNO  is a good example. The nationalistic association was replaced with a feeling of alienation that generated its own anger and desire for takeover. Which is why many of these faces we see are those of unknown political entities, not certified by the old UMNO
These leaders connect with this deep anger against capital culture, which has come to symbolise corruption, privilege and manipulation. In the US election, Hillary Clinton was seen as someone who represented that privileged world. The same has come to be associated with Najib family — one of inherited privilege and benefit.a well-entrenched strategy conceived 60 years ago.
 Instead of saying what he thinks his party wants to hear and perpetuating ethnocentric supremacy, he should say things that would teach them to think Malaysian rather than just Malay.Umno assemblies, not a budget speech, eve of Independence and others. This is a speech as Umno president,” he said.Why must the people understand? If he is aware that as Umno president he can say things that could be insulting to non-Malays, then something is dreadfully wrong with his party.And this is the party that is dominant in ruling the country. If he is aware of that, he should rectify what’s wrong with his party instead of allow it to continue to be parochially racial.Isn't his dilemma and candid admission reflect his state of mind? This confirms the allegedly conniving character of a person who can't and won't keep his words. In short, he has no principle/integrity.use the race and religion card freely when faced with different audience, when speaking on different stage, what stops him from perpetuating his grip on power with actually executing actions premised on such sensitivities when a dire situation arises.also read this Low Taek Jho,into money-laundering linked to 1MDB



PM.Najib Razak should be held responsible for emboldening his Umno men in hope of being his "attack dogs"


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PM Najib Abdul Razak's dilemma because Umno and Malaysia have conflicting agenda. Yes, it's not easy being the president of the party and at the same time, the prime minister of the nation.It is just one of the thousand cuts by which UMNO hopes to bleed Malaysia also read Who outsourced this job to private militias. red-shirts leader Jamal
Kee Thuan Chye said Najib sounds like the leader of the Ku Klux Klan  who also happens to be the leader of the country. UMNO strategy has been afflicted by  a primary deficit, the failure to perceive that this is a slow and long war in different domains. These domains demand sub-strategies of their own and a degree of pro-activity to prevent only being responsive.
UMNO stands for an economy based on legitimate money UMNO stands for an economy based on legitimate money Why Nations Fail’ that institutions, both political and economic, are crucial to prosperity. Without a strong and independent judiciary, an effective and efficient bureaucracy, a predictive policy framework and independent and robust regulatory mechanisms, can we have sustained high growth and prosperity? And can these institutions be robust and effective if they are routinely hijacked by money and muscle?

Najib should lead, not be thinking of his own position.singing a narrow racial and bigoted tune when he speaks to Umno. Playing the race and religion narratives are typical agenda of the allegedly corrupt Umno-BN government that put self-survival and grip of hegemonic power above the interest of our beloved multi-racial and democratic nation.It’s pathetic. Even Donald Trump did much better after he was declared the winner in the November 2016 presidential race. His first statement was, “An America for all Americans.”Najib, your statement only conveys one fact, and only one fact - there is no future for a small nation of some 30 million people living in a racially and religiously-divided country called Malaysia.there is no dilemma. Speak as a leader. What is good for ‘Malays, Muslims and bumiputera’ must be good for all Malaysians. That is the ultimate hallmark of a true leader.With that, how can any leader go down to the grassroots with any meaning, while allegedly having to lie and avoid difficult questions?

is trying its best to stoke this sentimentThere is no solution to UMNO’s aggressive intent and strategy except to hurt it more than we get hurt.
Infiltration is a phenomenon which will never be reduced to zero,Infiltration is a phenomenon which will never be reduced to zero,The populist imagination dramatically pits ‘the real people’ against those in charge, and leaves the details for you to fill in, as politics writer has analysed that Najib is a populist demagogue from the right, DAP from somewhere leftish. But always, when a populist leader says the Malays,Najib is implying the popular will wants only one thing. They ignore their birth right their voices Najib don’t agree.also read this Chinese piracy Jho Low conspiracy China to invaded Malaysia Without firing a single bullet
The prime minister's wife Rosmah Mansor has advised netizens not to believe in whatever goes viral in the social media as coming from her as she does not have a Facebook or Twitter account.Instead, she said, those who want to know about her can post their questions to her directly.mere symptoms of more serious maladies, I fear the situation is much worse than what these pitiable creatures display, these events are indications that the entire structure of the code that should guide a government is steadily unravelling and disintegrating.the utter imbeciles who lurk within the ruling party, if we consider the statements and conduct of almost every principal officer in the administration including the political realm, when we see the behaviour of the prime minister, his deputy, the Parliament speaker, the attorney-general, that IGP, the head of the Elections Commission, and lately even the auditor-general, we witness total disregard of the honour of their position, respect of the law, fairness and justice, sheer decency, or the acknowledgement that perhaps they are accountable to a higher authority if not their own self-respect.Tajuddin keeps repeating justification for his offensive comments in Parliament, despite knowing full-well that his defence is so fraught with contradictions, falsehood, and absurdity that no one would believe him.

But why should he do otherwise, he of Umno loftiness? He knows that tomorrow others of like mentality would without the least shame rush to his defence even as they scream purity of race and religion.Nothing would happen to them, they are Umno and accordingly, beyond the pale of accountability.Unafraid: It's a sad reality that a vast majorityThe ability of unscrupulous persons to manipulate, subvert and even criminalise the system,
The huge elephant in the room is that the prime minister’s passion for change is not shared by some of those who have the responsibility to make his vision a reality. The point I want to reiterate that transformational change in  umno can happen only if the  leadership passionately feels the need for a transformation.They should realise   is a carefully envisioned project in statecraft and not an empty slogan in stagecraft.. Nobody can expect honest service delivery from someone who has paid a bribe to become
   Reforming police recruitment therefore must be the first step. As for training, it is a sad reflection of the state of neglect that in some of the states the syllabus of police training has not been revised for several decades now.These are the real threat to Parliament not those who campaign for free and fair elections.If the father is uncouth and uncultured, what do you expect the son to be? conspicuous notoriety of the defiant and shameless deputy minister Tajuddin, along with his son, have smothered the highly-regarded perception when they had menacingly emerged with their rowdies and launch their physical attacks on Khalid outside the Parliament lobby.as an Umno minister representing a largely rural Malay electorate, Tajuddin’s uncouth behaviour is reflective of PM.Najib Razak should be held  responsible for emboldening his Umno men in hope of being his "attack dogs" to ensure a delay to his own imminent political demise.Society should not be cowered and allow "might to triumph" when the utterly irresponsible Tajuddin his party and his electorate as he claims that the goons that included his son were from his constituency.If the police do not step in to arrest these troublemakers, it means that anarchy is at the doorstep of democracy.the actions of crude uneducated individuals who felt they would not be answerable to the law, an understandable confidence.

Our police have lost control, and mob rule has reigned when it can happen in an august place like Parliament.It will be interesting how the PDRM (Royal Malaysian Police) handles this daring daylight crime in a high security area. for a strict but sensitive, modern and mobile, alert and accountable, reliable and responsive, techno-savvy and trained body of professionals. But i wonder if the real dimensions of this vision have been fully understood by the police brass and the bureaucracy responsible for implementing this vision. I say this because the discussions at many of the meetings on SMART policing have been primarily around acquiring technologies and smart phone applications which apparently would make the police SMART.The friendly neighborhood policewoman and policeman is often seen as not so friendly – but corrupt, insensitive, inefficient, beyond any accountability, partisan. Of course there are also several examples of police displaying the highest standards of probity and professionalism. But in the absence of robust systems and processes, coupled with the ability of unscrupulous persons to manipulate, subvert and even criminalise the system, the good work that gets done is easily eclipsed. Only the bad cop stands out. large ritualistic, with very little strategising content or impact.
What is missing is a discourse on how to prepare the field policewoman and policeman to undergo attitudinal transformation and skill-development. What is missing is how the police should base its core values on integrity, rule of law, respect for human rights and accountability to the citizens. Only a strict adherence to these values will address issues of violence against women, protection of Dalits and the socially excluded and disadvantaged sections.
There is a new energy in democracy, and this threatens those who championed democracy the most. Trump succeeds because of the very reasons that makes him so obnoxious. He has no respect for any institutions, little knowledge of how to govern, no personal scruples that can be readily identified, but what he has is a seemingly unstoppable desire to tear down existing structures without caring for the consequences. It is the blindness of his rage, the rampagingly impractical nature of his tantrum/plan, that signifies that finally, something drastic will be done to push back against the smugness of what exists.Without the possibility of some dialogue based on a certain minimum amount of empathy, the divide will only get sharper. The right is rapidly manufacturing its own set of labels, and these are potentially even more frightening than the ones used by the liberal establishment. Trump needs to be fought, but the phenomenon that created him needs to be spoken to and engaged with.

In some way or the other, whether on the surface or really deep down, most people would find it difficult to measure up to the very values that they espouse in the way they lead their own lives. This is not a failure on their part or a sign of their hypocrisy; it is how change occurs. We let go of the past gradually, and our actions lag behind our ideals. Equally, there is nothing unnatural about people who have lived in a certain way feeling threatened when that way changes dramatically in a short period of time. Race, gender, sexuality, caste- these are constructs that represent common currencies of meaning. Simply because one group has changed its view on these meanings, does not mean that everyone else will immediately and unhesitatingly fall in line.The liberal intellectual establishment is under attack, and the values it has espoused for so long are being challenged. Perhaps the problem lies with the fact that the liberal establishment declared a premature victory. Over the last few decades, what were ideals to be striven for have become standards against which people are judged. The mental model is that of a presumed consensus on what the world should like and what our beliefs should be. Those not conforming to these standards are called a variety of names. What is striking is that the standards have become progressively more stringent without always keeping ground realities in mind. 

A fashionable parlour game is to spot flaws in anything that is held up as progressie, by finding structural reasons why it is deep down still discriminatory in some form. Labels have hardened- sexist, racist, homophobic, bigot, casteist- these are descriptions that are used quite freely.To be told constantly that many of one’s natural instincts are not only flawed, but are arrayed against the principles of humanity, can be a deeply dispiriting experience. That is not to say that the labels are always used incorrectly, but that the framework itself does not adequately factor in how transitions in cultural norms take place. This is quite paradoxical for liberalism is a credo that is hinged on humanity being in a state of constant transition- being liberal is not a station one has arrived at, it is a journey that is never quite complete.

There is a strong feeling in some quarters that this is not to time to go soft on Trump and what he signifies, that any time attempt to empathise makes excuses on behalf of Trump and normalizes what should be abhorrent. This might appear to be a strong and uncompromising view, but it ignores the fact that today it is democracy that is increasingly throwing up popular demagogues, and by doing more of what of has created this phenomenon in the first place, is the surest way of ensuring that Donald Trump is not an aberration, but the norm.

The real shark is Apandi: and crocodile is Khalid Abu Bakar

written by syed1145
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Apandi: Maria Chin’s detention in accordance with the law, is that so? whose law  The real shark is Apandi: and crocodile is Khalid Abu Bakar  can fight with the state machinery, which has the real power.The real dacoits are these smooth talking, apparently sophisticated, who have looted the country, in collaboration with  bureaucrats and big businessmen
Fact of the case : sosma used in this scenario is vague to say the lease. Fact : the government failed on its promise that this law would only be used on terrorists. Peaceful Assembly act allows for such rallies and thus detaining Maria is a contradiction. Fact : this AG is incompetent and biased. Such swift action on Maria cf no action on 1MDB culprits is painfully evident.
on the ground that the Constitutional machinery has broken down in the state In a speech delivered in the Prussian Landtag ( Parliament ) in 1862, the great future Chancellor of Germany, Bismarck, said " the great issues of the day will not be decided by votes and speeches but by blood and iron ( blut und essen ) "
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Najib this is the man who has been thrust down the throats of Malaysians as the ' Father of the Nation and cheerfully swallowed up by our gullible people, who are like children whom any Machiavellian Pied Piper of Hamelin can lead into a deep ditch
A few intellectuals may know historical truths and social developments by their study and genuine understanding, but the masses learn only through bitter experience,The Malaysian learnt after being befooled and being kicked around for almost 60 years that the 'Independence' of 1957 was no independence and that real independence is independence  led by that hypocrite Najib, and that the 'democracy' we got after 1957 was phoney, and was only vote bank politics craftily manipulated by our crooked umno politicians who took advantage of the low intellectual understanding of the masses and tremendous  communalism still prevailing in UMNO to win elections.It is only now that the Malaysian masses through their bitter experience are gradually learning the truth, and are realizing that the solutions to their massive problems lie outside the system, and not within it, that is by a revolution.But in Bersih there are no rivers of blood  but that is unfortunately how history operates. The vested interests in the present order will not give up their hold, and will not allow allow great changes in the country, but will seek to retain the status quo, by putting up fierce resistance.For this struggle the people will have to use all their creativity, and devise the forms of struggle, as were devised by the people in the great French, Russian and Chinese Revolutions, led by modern minded, brave and self sacrificing leaders. Only then will they get real independence. And they will do it.A mighty struggle will have to be waged by all patriotic Malaysians, who will have to make great sacrifices, to combat feudal ideas and destroy the feudal remnants in our society, and replace them with modern, scientific practices and ideas.
Can all this happen without a great deal of turmoil ? No, it cannot. There will be fierce resistance by the champions of the old, feudal order, who dislike changes. One may wish that the transition is without any pain or turbulence, but unfortunately that is not how history functions. So the next 20 years or so in Malaysia is likely to witness a lot of turbulence, turmoil and bloodshed before the new, modern prosperous society is created.


you must be put up on trial and given harsh punishment, as was given to the Nazi war criminals at the Nuremberg trials.

 Close your eyes, and then there is nothing Of all the crooked politicians of Malaysia,The red-shirts, led by Sungai Besar Umno chief Jamal Md Yunos,is perhaps the most brazed in his hooliganism and shamelessness.non Muslims were also vilified .This, of course, created a vote bank for UMNO, based on hatred (as had Hitler, of whom Sungai Besar Umno chief was an admirer), and how does it matter if the country breaks up and is Balkanised? From what I have heard, UMNO under Najib  built up Sungai Besar Umno chief Jamal Md Yunos to counteroppose the Bersihs,Sungai Besar Umno chief turned on the UMNO, just as Osama bin Laden, who had earlier been supported by the Americans to fight the Russian army in Afghanistan, later on turned on the Americans..
For most of the period after Independence in 1957 politics in Malaysia was largely governed by votes and speeches ( though there were some sporadic violent incidents too ). The 'giants' in our national scene were people who could give attractive and seductive speeches about how they would serve the people if elected, but behind the scene indulged in their field of expertise of manipulating race and religion vote banks, and looting the nation. But now after almost 60 years something fundamental has changed in Malaysia, these ' giants' have been exposed as paper tigers, and it has started from Sungai Besar Umno chief Jamal Md Yunos . The era of ' blood and iron ' has arrived in Malaysia, and is going to rapidly replace the era of ' votes and speeches 

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Anwar Ibrahim was persecuted, not prosecuted, says Malaysian Bar Council PresidentLet me tell you that if you do not desist from these high handed illegal and despotic acts People will get so accustomed to seeing horrible deeds in such a war that, as Shakespeare said, mothers will only smile on seeing the dead bodies of their slaughtered children, and men in agony will plead for a quick burial.
What forms such a civil war will take cannot be foretold with any degree of accuracy, but events in Malaysia, which are still developing, give an indication
I am sorry to paint such a scary picture, but unfortunately that is how history functions, and it is time someone told you the truth.
also read this Anwar Ibrahim the rebel who preferred ideas to ideology

Tuesday, October 18, 2016

The worth of Nurul Nuha fight:Words for her mother as she fought for justice for my father


The worth of Nurul Nuha fight:Words for my mother as she fought for justice for my father
Wan Azizah Wan Ismail said she no longer has any hard feelings against former prime minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad for sacking her husband Anwar Ibrahim as the deputy prime minister back in 1998.


It has a new name and a new camouflage – Totalitarian democracy!
Totalitarian democracy creates a charade of liberty and citizen rights but derives its strength from the ‘will of majority’ or majoritarianism- a word gaining prominence in today’s world. It is created by the cunning of the leader who well and truly knows how to light the fire by fanning the sentiments of the majority, use that fire to burn down to ashes any obstacles on the way and then rule over the citizenry who start considering silent cemeteries as gardens of peace.
Liberty, equality, freedom- farcical democratic values in the eyes of such a maniacal leader are manipulated by stroking the primitive banalities of the majority view to create a regime which is totalitarian in thought and action.
In words of Herbert Marcuse in his book ‘One dimensional man’: “Liberty can be made into a powerful instrument of domination… Free election of masters does not abolish the masters or the slaves.”  Totalitarian democracy is just that – a mirage of freedom and equality where in the name of enabling common good, the citizenry gleefully surrenders its rights to its masters. Where the citizens feel that they have done their duty by electing their representatives and then let their elected shepherd decide which direction the herd will tread. Where the leader has the right to suppress and crush the views of any individual or group without fear of any rebuke or reprisal from the collective.
The worth of Nurul Nuha fight:Words for my mother as she fought for justice for my father
Wan Azizah Wan Ismail said she no longer has any hard feelings against former prime minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad for sacking her husband Anwar Ibrahim as the deputy prime minister back in 1998.

intrigue-filled days in December were a prelude to what has become Malaysia’s worst political crisis in nearly three decades. Although Mahathir and Anwar had long had differences over economic stewardship and management of political spoils, that rift widened as Asia’s financial crisis wore on and the two leaders worked increasingly at cross purposes. Ultimately, the dispute led Mahathir to clamp controls on the currency and jail his deputy, casting himself as an international rogue.



To Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad, who has a passion for flying and sailing, Malaysia’s annual air and boat show on the island of Langkawi was an event he hated to miss–even as his nation stumbled through an economic crisis. So Mahathir decided to hold the December 3, 1997, meeting of the Malaysian Cabinet on the island, instead of in the capital of Kuala Lumpur.

But by the time he arrived at the elegant Gunung Raya hilltop retreat, Mahathir was in for a jolt. His next-in-command–Deputy Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim–had virtually concluded business without him, according to sources knowledgeable about the meeting. In what amounted to an economic coup, the cabinet had decided to adopt an austerity plan similar to those imposed on neighboring Thailand and Indonesia by the International Monetary Fund. The plan would slash public spending and halt infrastructure projects championed by Mahathir.

The new policy was a stunning rebuke to Mahathir. Since the onset of the Asian crisis five months earlier, he had been railing against a perceived Western conspiracy and insisting Malaysia could maintain its breakneck growth. Mahathir’s reaction: He humbly agreed to go along with his Cabinet’s decision–but on the very next day undermined it by announcing Malaysia would proceed with a controversial $2.7 billion rail and pipeline project. Alarmed investors immediately sent the ringgit to a new low."Of course I was hurt (by what had happened to Anwar), but we cannot hold on to such feelings (although) I am also human," she said,Anwar was arrested on Sept 20, 1998 and sentenced to jail for nine years in 1999 for his first sodomy charge.Anwar was arrested on Sept 20, 1998 and sentenced to jail for nine years in 1999 for his first sodomy charge.


To Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad, who has a passion for flying and sailing, Malaysia’s annual air and boat show on the island of Langkawi was an event he hated to miss–even as his nation stumbled through an economic crisis. So Mahathir decided to hold the December 3, 1997, meeting of the Malaysian Cabinet on the island, instead of in the capital of Kuala Lumpur.

But by the time he arrived at the elegant Gunung Raya hilltop retreat, Mahathir was in for a jolt. His next-in-command–Deputy Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim–had virtually concluded business without him, according to sources knowledgeable about the meeting. In what amounted to an economic coup, the cabinet had decided to adopt an austerity plan similar to those imposed on neighboring Thailand and Indonesia by the International Monetary Fund. The plan would slash public spending and halt infrastructure projects championed by Mahathir.

The new policy was a stunning rebuke to Mahathir. Since the onset of the Asian crisis five months earlier, he had been railing against a perceived Western conspiracy and insisting Malaysia could maintain its breakneck growth. Mahathir’s reaction: He humbly agreed to go along with his Cabinet’s decision–but on the very next day undermined it by announcing Malaysia would proceed with a controversial $2.7 billion rail and pipeline project. Alarmed investors immediately sent the ringgit to a new low.

"Of course I was hurt (by what had happened to Anwar), but we cannot hold on to such feelings (although) I am also human," she said,Anwar was arrested on Sept 20, 1998 and sentenced to jail for nine years in 1999 for his first sodomy charge.Anwar was arrested on Sept 20, 1998 and sentenced to jail for nine years in 1999 for his first sodomy charge.

He was released in 2004 after the Federal Court overturned the verdict, although in 2008, he was once again arrested on a new sodomy charge brought against him by his then personal aide Mohd Saiful Bukhari Azlan.
In February last year, Anwar was sentenced to a five-year jail term in Sungai Buloh prison.

Wan Azizah recounted the moment when Anwar was first arrested in 1998, saying she was initially in the van with Anwar when he was first taken away at their residence.

"Along the way, in an isolated location, Anwar was moved to another van and we didn't know where he was being brought to.

"He was handcuffed in that van and when I saw the van, he managed to say, 'See you later, Zah," she recalled.

He was released in 2004 after the Federal Court overturned the verdict, although in 2008, he was once again arrested on a new sodomy charge brought against him by his then personal aide Mohd Saiful Bukhari Azlan.

In February last year, Anwar was sentenced to a five-year jail term in Sungai Buloh prison.Wan Azizah recounted the moment when Anwar was first arrested in 1998, saying she was initially in the van with Anwar when he was first taken away at their residence.

"Along the way, in an isolated location, Anwar was moved to another van and we didn't know where he was being brought to."He was handcuffed in that van and when I saw the van, he managed to say, 'See you later, Zah," she recalled.

That’s from my mother’s viewpoint. And my view  of this ‘fight for justice’?
I feel this would be better answered by the unknown face who asked if my father will get justice, that morning it could be well reflected upon by future generations in Malaysia who will – or will not – truly get their right to love, and to make their own choices.
But in the interest of protecting those choices meanwhile, the fight is truly worth it, Ma.
Because for ideas of civilisation to survive, individuals must fight for them. Even if they may be “alone, unarmed, innocent and completely defenceless”  it is a victory. Truth won. Love won. So did many attached faiths, including that in the pursuit of justice. Yes it was a protracted, difficult journey, and yes it could have been larger in its outcome. But a defeat would not have come as just a legal one; its weight would have been severe on the beliefs that were otherwise vindicated with a victory. This must not be forgotten easily.

Today, the clash threatens to send Malaysia into upheaval. Anwar, a central player in the old patronage system, has now emerged as a hero of the swelling reformasi movement, which advocates a more open society and economy. He goes on trial November 2 on 10 charges of sodomy and corruption. A conviction could turn the protests into an ugly confrontation.

How did the two men end up so militantly opposed to each other? Over the past month, BUSINESS WEEK interviewed dozens of Malaysians from both camps, including Anwar prior to his arrest, prominent pro-Mahathir businessmen, informed academics, and Anwar associates. Together, they draw portraits of the one-time allies and their battle to control the future of Malaysia Inc., an economic model that uses patronage to speed economic development.

HEIR APPARENT. It is a tragic spectacle. Just a few years ago, Mahathir was poised to retire from politics as the prickly but nonetheless brilliant and erudite architect of a model developing nation. And Anwar, the anointed successor, would smoothly take the helm of the ruling United Malays National Organization (UMNO) and lead a modern, politically stable 21st-century economy. Former Islamic radical Anwar, 51, was the more Western-friendly of the two, often quoting Shakespeare and hobnobbing with the moguls of international finance. Mahathir, 72, has long taken a confrontational stance toward the West. But like Anwar, he viewed foreign investment as key to Malaysia’s economy and advocated freer trade within Asia.

Both also were savvy politicians who steered choice deals to their allies in the business community. Just last year, foreign investors criticized the government’s handling of insider deals by Malaysian Resources Corp., a media and infrastructure company controlled by Anwar allies.

Still, Anwar had a reform agenda. In recent years, he increasingly advocated the rule of law and more transparency. But until the crisis erupted, he was willing to bide his time until it was his turn to run the country. ”He was that close to power,” says Anwar’s wife, Wan Azizah Wan Ismail, holding her thumb and forefinger close together. ”He was tolerating a lot.”

Monday, October 17, 2016

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 Baljitis a deceptively innocent phrase, not unlike ‘eve teasing’. It’s not just talk, it leads to stalk. And worse.A leading politician has just declared  that I should not be allowed any access to the media to express any views whatsoever on Islam A politics built on sycophancy is the first sign of a rotting democracy. Aren’t our political mavericks aware of the fact that fanatics seek to plunge society into darkness, that they are against human rights and women’s rights, and consider that any opinion contrary to theirs must be silenced? Writers across the world are being persecuted, whipped, tortured, murdered, incarcerated and exiled. Apart from dictators, even so-called democratic governments are no longer interested in freedom of expression.Between awareness and ignorance, freedom and  woman enslavement.some of the issues that pit one party against another and worse.Indian women have a certain allure to them, a sultry exotic sex appeal. You just know that once you get them in private, they let loose. Hot, sexy
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All that talk about first impression and lasting ones... well, that’s not all jazz you know. Whoever said it sure knew what they meant. And guess what, if you want to seduce someone, you’ve got to do more than just dress and speak the role, you have a secret yet powerful tool at easy disposal, your eyes. Making the right eye contact and giving the right signals via your eyes to the person you are interested in means about 50 per cent of your work done. The truth is that most of the communication that occurs between two people who are interested in each other is wordless, it’s all about the looks.

Even the experts will vouch for this. In fact, communication and body language counsellors opine that the basic components of eye behaviour are easy to master once a person knows how they work. So, if you want to ensure that you always use your eyes fluently and with dazzling effect, here are four simple steps you need to follow.
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Establish : The first thing you need to do when you meet is to look into the eyes of the other person. A confident look will create a positive first impression. Establishing eye contact is a specially handy tool when you’re trying to gain the attention of an unknown hottie or cutie. In this case, don’t keep staring at him/her, it may feel like you’re stalking them. Instead, make short frequent glances. If the opposite person reciprocates your move and holds your gaze, it a silent signal that you have the ‘permission’ to go ahead and initiate a conversation. Start of with introducing yourself.
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Maintain : Now that you’ve started a conversation, it’s time for step two. Yes, we agree you can’t keep looking into each others eyes forever, but try to maintain eye contact for as long as it’s possible. Studies say the average gaze time for an average listener is a minuscule three seconds. But you need to go a tad further, try to hold your partner’s gaze for at least five to seven seconds. This will make it look like you’re paying attention and care about what the other person is saying. How does this work? It’s a two-way effect. While is makes the person opposite feel important, it will make you more ‘attractive’ in their eyes. Mission accomplished!
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actually grateful for our DNA-ed hypocrisy. Can you even begin to visualise a debate on Baljit the lines of the unedifying spectacle put up by the Baljit and Gerakan Azmar.

actually grateful for our DNA-ed hypocrisy. Can you even begin to visualise a debate on Baljit the lines of the unedifying spectacle put up by the Baljit and Gerakan Azmar. We Malaysian used to make a virtue of ‘Let id awll hang out’, but what should be hanging now is their heads. In shame and despair over what Pas youth chief Nik Abduh Nik Abdul Aziz called ‘the choiceless choice’. Suave and powerful men get easy prey, at least Donald got that right under his ridiculous yellow-orange mop, though he qualifies for only one of those adjectives. Our man at 7, Lok Kalyan Marg is both, but he managed to nuke what could have been a bombshell sabotaging the Big O that we gave him in the 2014 elections. Later whispers have remained just that. Here, ‘dalali’ of a different kind is seen as a more effective allegation. But it’s ineffective invective when it comes from the politically impotent.

Bimbo eruption’, itself a semantic sexist offender, was coined during Mr Clinton’s 1992 campaign. This time, Not Friends of Hillary had dissed her ‘for-women’ positioning, pointing to her vicious decimation of the sexual targets of Bill of Wrongs. The phrase itself was coined by Betsey Wright, deputy chair of his presidential campaign. A full rapid response system to neutralise the real and present danger from the scores of women with whom Bill had got up close and personal against their will. It had proved effective then, but his rogue libido almost took away his job, courtesy Monica & Co. Men on top must have unimpeachable conduct.Overriding them all however is this question: Does the presence of a large, if diversified, Muslim community in France threaten to dispossess French society of what has held it together in the past – culture, language, lifestyles and, above all, the republican values that have sustained it for more than two centuries? The latter include a single legal system for all citizens, adherence to basic freedoms, gender equality and a strict separation of religion from the public sphere.

In order to win rural Malay votes, it will be used to show Umno’s solidarity behind what is dubbed as the hudud bill. This is a long foregone conclusion, as Umno will not do anything unless it is politically expedient to the party.to pave the way for Abdul Hadi’s PAS to collaborate with Umno. If some agreement could be reached in the collaboration between the two parties before the next general election, especially in rural seats where every attempt will be made to ‘unite’ rural Malay votes either for PAS or Umno candidates, the PAS grassroots in these constituencies will not hesitate to vote for Umno.there is an attempt to set the stage for such collaboration, because Umno realises it is a goner where the Malay votes are concerned.

The Chinese and Indian votes especially in the urban seats are no longer important to them in the peninsula. If there are any attempts to win the next general election, Umno has to secure more seats, which I suspect is now being done through the alleged gerrymandering process.

What we read in the English dailies, especially in the alternative media, will be different from what is painted by Utusan Malaysia and the other newspapers targeting the rural Malays.

 Must understand PAS leaders are not living in the world of celebrities who clamours for popularity and 'likes' on social media, said its youth chief Nik Abduh Nik Abdul Aziz.

Although there are other ways to gain popularity, Nik Abduh said PAS leaders would not resort to tactics 

Nik Abduh, however, said PAS aimed to convince Malaysians and Muslims in particular that the solutions offered by other parties are not permanent or long lasting.
Like when they talk about “Why not field a woman who is beautiful, sweet, energetic, sexy, and is willing to give it her all,” Baljit was quoted telling Gerakan delegates at the party’s annual general assembly.Gerakan leader Baljit Singh’s remarks on fielding young, sexy women in elections reinforce chauvinism and misogyny in politics, DAP’s Dyana Sofya Mohd Daud said today.
When a Baljit claims that women are naturally maternal, or are by default,“Like when they talk about women’s rights, come up with laws, protect (all the rights of) women, we see the West as being great. Greater than (struggles of) Muslim women.

“But see the Western solution, they bash rape but they promote pre-marital sex,” he pointed out.

As such, Nik Abduh said PAS has tried to make the people understand to not follow solutions by the West that appears to be great but actually promotes destruction.readmore When Gerakan Baljit claims that women are naturally sexy maternal, by default

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Gerakan president Datuk Mah has taken Monsieur Baljit idea seriouslyGerakan politicians seem to have a penchant for making incredibly sexist and misogynistic comments against women slurs that show how ridiculous  Gerakan politicians can be but Singh remains just a cog in a long-running wheel of sexism in Malaysian politics.“Why not field a woman who is beautiful, sweet, energetic, sexy, and is willing to give it her all – who is like Kak Azmar,” Baljit said at Gerakan’s 45th Annual Delegates Conference at Menara PGRM yesterday.


Monsieur Baljit fantasticness of Gerakan fighting the coming elections  enough to make male voters ecstatic.Consider the ultimate male, Lord Shiva. In his Ardhanareshwara form, Shiva casts off half of himself to accommodate the female form of Parvati. This then makes the Lord complete and ecstatic. This Shiva form symbolizes a meeting of internal and external forces, of masculine energy (Purush) and feminine energy (Prakriti). Male and female are inseparable and equal, and many Shiva legends bear testimony to this.The masculine and feminine flow in and out of each other in perfect symphony and equality. How else can life be an ecstatic, wholesome experience?
Common to all these male dominance political party like  Gerakan is the perverse defense Some have suspected Donald Trump also suffers from such pathology.She was saying no but she meant yes. How many rapes are accompanied by this reasoning?
And many are the times when complaints of sexual harassment in the workplace are dismissed with, don’t worry, it was nothing, the problem wasn’t that he was touching too much but that she was being too touchy. Gerakan  woman wowing in an itsy bitsy bikini in to pioneering the topless trend , the gerakan beach club  at  Wisma PGRM has been a byword in liberal open-mindedness., why did she have to make her pussy so soft when she knows man prefers them crisp?Male dominance Gerakan will score a big win and Monsieur Baljit becomes exponentially more powerful 

“Why not field a woman who is beautiful, sweet, energetic, sexy, and is willing to give it her all,” Baljit was quoted telling Gerakan delegates at the party’s annual general assembly.
Gerakan leader Baljit Singh’s remarks on fielding young, sexy women in elections reinforce chauvinism and misogyny in politics, DAP’s Dyana Sofya Mohd Daud said today.
When a Baljit claims that women are naturally maternal, or are by default, , he is a sexist. If he was to add that women are only good for a fuck and should be confined to servicing men and their children, it is misogyny. Misogynists are always sexist, but sexists are not always misogynists. For example, if a man says of a woman, "Look at the state of that fat, ugly cow, I wouldn't touch her with yours," then he is a misogynist. It would follow that he does not respect women as equals and is therefore also a sexist.While sexism demonstrates a disregard and disrespect for women, I always have associated misogyny with something darker, angrier, and more cynical. Things like Page 3 often betray a failure to move with the times, a certain outdated attitude about women's roles that has the potential to be modernised. But educating someone out of the blinkered hatred of misogyny is a monumental challenge. To think, as the Republicans do, that the male half of society should be able to legislate and control the bodies of the female half, well, that can be nothing but misogyny.What a damaging, sexist statement! The idea is not to perpetuate a stronger sexist divide, but to understand that both men and women are equal and complementary to each other. Women have to be more confidently feminine, not adopt masculine traits; else we are only helping the masculine thrive further! It is only when we appreciate the criticality of both masculine and feminine strength,and we help nurture the feminine in society that as human beings we are equal and complete!
The mood and tone of the 2016 US presidential campaign has become much darker since then, with the bitterness being intensified.many times over. This is definitely the most vitriolic presidential campaign in American history, with both the Republicans and the Democrats stating over and over again that the rival candidate is “unfit” to be president.

With the surfacing of a 11-year-old tape where Trump talked in a private conversation about forcibly kissing women and grabbing them by their genitalia, the question was even asked by the moderator of the second presidential debate as to whether he had done what he had said and sexually assaulted women. Trump vehemently denied this and maintained that this was just “locker-room banter” and argued that these suddenly taped revelations weeks ahead of polling day were all part of a Clinton campaign to discredit him among women voters. The New York Times then carried a report quoting a few women who said they had been groped and kissed against their will by Trump. Which has cast doubts on his denial of having indulged in sexual assault.


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Stupidity of Sodomy politics what if Anwar aggreed to Mahathir to resign and go without any noise?



We are in the last chapter of a drama that has gone on too long. The life of this government is over; dreaming of resurrection Mahathir on a deathbed is a waste of time.  Tears, fear and wounds that never heal how the bitterness engendered political assassination of Anwarby Mahathir has had fatal consequences. said Anwar's daughter Nurul Nuha, Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad must publicly apologise to Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim and admit his past transgressions against the opposition leader, Nurul Nuha Anwar has said.
Nurul Nuha said that Dr Mahathir must own up to the “trumped-up” sodomy and corruption charges against Anwar back in 1998 before even thinking about forming any alliance with the jailed PKR de facto leader.

“As a daughter who has witnessed the countless torments my father went through the past 18 years, my personal wish would be for Dr M to publicly apologise and admit the trumped up charges.

“I think that would alleviate some of the hardships we went through as a family. It’s not supposed to get easier, but you just need to get stronger,”



The fulcrum of a tipping point in public life is that mortal enemy of a politician called Mahathir
jokes about Prime Minister Najib and Mrs Najib are far more harsh. As we leap-frog our way towards another general election, UMNO might discover that its biggest problem is ridicule.It is distressing to note that political sodomy mathematics of Mahathir the noble concept political assassination should have missed the chance to offer history a perfect political numerical symmetry. Satire is the thin wedge that separates fear from panic panic-stricken, but they are edging towards the zone of fear. As haemorrhaging when a nation’s confidence is undermined,might not destroy Mahathir reputation quite as effectively as a corruption scandal, but it deflates credibility. Through his long career adversaries from UMNO pounce to take advantage, and uncertainty within encourages social tensions. an indecisive government can inflict upon a nation’s ability. all governments in a democracy are temporary. does not matter now when the next general election is held.  For most of this term, policy was lost in a swamp. Now, decisions are made to serve as slogans after being wrongfully denied freedom, you appear to have realised the concept of freedom as a check and balance against power abuse by a few to control and exploit a nation
It's a God-given right which no man should be allowed to take away from others. Strange that the message he is trying to send, also applied to him when he was in power.Some critical masses of our citizens want democracy." But none of the political parties are offering any form of true democracy. Sure you get Malaysian democracy, which is autocracy in another form.

If we fail to heed Anwar, we fail ourselves. How much longer are we going to live under the current repressive regime?  That's right Anwar, let every citizen have freedom of religion, expression, and assembly as laid down in the 1957 constitution.Only the righteous, the gallant, the principle-centred and ethically patriotic true sons and daughters of Malaysia, can do something collectively for the nation.we still have such a citizenry is the biggest puzzle.after being wrongfully denied freedom, you appear to have realised the concept of freedom as a check and balance against power abuse by a few to control and exploit a nation.

It's a God-given right which no man should be allowed to take away from others. Strange that the message he is trying to send, also applied to him when he was in power.Some critical masses of our citizens want democracy." But none of the political parties are offering any form of true democracy. Sure you get Malaysian democracy, which is autocracy in another form.
Writing in the Washington Post only hours after his final Federal Court hearing, jailed former opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim expressed pessimism over its outcome, unless the international community and US President Barack Obama render their help.
However, his main concern was not so much his personal freedom, as the imminent tragedy that will befall the country.
He eloquently described the tragedy thus: “What is really at stake in Malaysia, however, is a catastrophic slide to authoritarian kleptocracy by a country that was set to be the shining example of pluralistic democracy in a multi-religious Muslim majority country.”
And with the electoral process hopelessly manipulated and democracy ruthlessly trampled, Malaysia is on its way to becoming a failed state with runaway corruption, and escalating religious and racial conflicts.Anwar hence earnestly pleads to the international community to help Malaysians in their struggle to restore freedom and rule of law.This is also a clarion call to each and every Malaysian to contribute whatever he or she can towards saving the country in its hour of need.While I have reservations of what the world can do to help, I am immensely encouraged by the excellent form of Anwar’s mental state, as reflected in the intellectual acuity and linguistic competence that shine through in his instant article to Washington Post.Neither Mahathir nor Najib's prescription is sustainable tengku adnan tried to scapegoat former finance minister11 but in the short run Najib gains from cynicism have been so spectacular that it has stopped thinking outside its established clich├ęs . The Mahathir thinks in spasms, if he thinks at all.

Equally, the optimism that we had begun to take for granted, perhaps out of complacency, has been derailed. The challenge of 2014 is not going to be winning an election, but restoring the economy to health and vigour. A nation is only as strong as its economy. There is no magic wand as we enter our 67th year. There was no wand in 1991 either. We recovered because we needed the shock to come to our senses. It is time for a radical reboot once again.Equally, the optimism that we had begun to take for granted, perhaps out of complacency, has been derailed. The challenge of 2014 is not going to be winning an election, but restoring the economy to health and vigour. A nation is only as strong as its economy. There is no magic wand as we enter our 67th year. There was no wand in 1991 either. We recovered because we needed the shock to come to our senses. It is time for a radical reboot once again.