Monday, January 16, 2017

(AG) Mohamed Apandi Ali are you master of your life or slave to your choices?

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Your identity gets scattered.
The reason you are untouchable is simply that you have been appointed by the most powerful person to cover up for and defend him. Your sidekick, who has the power to arrest and press charges, are also there to do the same thing.And that is the reason you have carried yourselves not with poise and composure as you have claimed, but with mendacious and arrogance. According to Bar chief Steven Thiru: " This is in stark contrast to the developments in at least eleven countries - Australia, British Virgin Islands, Hong Kong, Luxembourg, Saudi Arabia, Seychelles, Singapore, Switzerland, United Arab Emirates, United States of America, and Venezuela - where there have been investigations, measures imposed on financial institutions, criminal prosecutions and convictions, and proceedings for forfeiture of assets."
How does one hold one's head up high, when one's colleagues in 11 countries appear to be blatantly saying the exact opposite about 1MDB?
Not to mention Singapore sending people to jail in related cases? The words 'thick-skinned' comes to mind.
What I call  the (AG)“zombie mode”Are you living as a master of your destiny or slave to your choices? It’s high time you made “you” matter.  while your journey is interdependent on your interactions with them, there’s no need to make it entirely about them because when they leave you are left lost, purposeless and lonely. There’s no one you can blame for that apart from yourself.All along, you’ve been shaping your destiny unconsciously. But you can also work on it consciously.If you make the effort to access your core and realise that everything is your responsibility, and shift your focus inside you, then you can rewrite your destiny. Those who are in a hurry to grow spiritually avoid getting into marriage, children and relationships because the moment you have a spouse, and children, you get identified with them. Once you get identified with them, one by one you get identified with too many things.

(AG) Mohamed Apandi Ali“Never take a solemn oath. People think you mean it!” well-educated such as you,  unable to see why you have remained untouchable, or, as you have said, unshaken, then those who are able must be dazzlingly bright sparks. Mohamed Apandi Ali, perhaps you are the problem.The AGs of Singapore, Switzerland, the United States and other countries have found irregularities in 1MDB, but you can't find any fault.
When the Swiss AG asked for your assistance, you allegedly refused to cooperate. Apandi, come out of your denial mode.

 also read this AG Mohamed Apandi Ali. is all about posturing corroded by venality

Lawyer Mohd Haniff Khatri Abdulla has demanded an apology from attorney-general Mohamed Apandi Ali and issued a challenge to the latter to re-open the case on Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak.
This follows the Singapore Court's reported conviction of Swiss banker Jens Fred Sturzenegger in the 1MDB related probe.Apandi must be so ashamed of this load of rubbish that he had to find someone to deliver the speech for him.
And it must be meant for the rural folks, to be trumpeted by Umno propaganda outfits like TV3 and Utusan Malaysia.
Coming on the heel of both Treasury secretary-general Irwan Serigar Abdullah and Election Commission chief Hashim Abdullah claiming mistaken public “perception” as what is plaguing the country, Apandi’s speech, also blaming on wrong public “perception”, seems to be part of an orchestrated political propaganda, masterminded by Umno strategists to salvage the fallen image of the Umno political leadership in the prelude of an imminent general election.
It is now up to us to intensify our campaign among the same Umno-captive audience to drive home the truth as an antidote to the Umno propaganda.
Res Ipsa: If Apandi really was a man of principle and integrity, he should have showed up and personally presented the speech. It would have been interesting to watch his demeanour and expressions on stage.
And whether he has already mastered the art of putting up a straight face just like his master.
Singapore case had contradicted Apandi's decision last year to clear Najib of allegations surrounding the RM2.6 billion that was deposited into the premier's personal accounts.

"Apandi's statement on Jan 26, 2016, whereby the attorney-general had decided to not take any action against Najib over the RM2.6 billion in his personal accounts, on grounds that it was a 'donation (from) Arab' is now proven false by the conviction in Singapore's court," said Haniff.
Facts of the case which allegedly implicated Najib, Haniff claimed, was in contrast to Apandi's statement which has yet to be proven in any court of law.
Last Wednesday, Sturzeneggar pleaded guilty to concealing these facts, as well as to five other charges, and was slapped with a 28-week jail sentence and a S$128,000 fine.

Friday, January 13, 2017

AG Apandi Ali Malaysian criminal justice system run by criminals like

Corruption,and exploitation and manipulation more measured tones of history the record will prove that our much abused system also delivered. It took time and there were some gastric hiccups, we underestimate the power of those vested interests Malaysians has been thirsting for someone to assault this pervasive monster with sustainable commitment. We Malaysians are not willing to accept passing discomfort as the collateral price of the struggle against cancer. This is why such a massive corrupt activities, power abuse or violate regulations and procedures. With the Prime Minister issuing a series ofguidelines,Knowing the spread of the malady of unauthorized occupation in all branches of governance -- legislature, executive and judiciary  The scope of the Attorney-General’s powers in these institutions, there is still the question of integrity of the key office-  of police and director general of ACA. It is often said that one may have the best laws in the world, but if we have crooks to implement them, the good laws may come to nothing attorney-general Mohamed Apandi Ali the predator, not protector do not seem to comply with internationally accepted standards for managing conflict of interest in cases 

Malaysian criminal justice system run by criminals

NSC's Najib

Najib's government that has already amassed more power than any previous government. Today, the executive has untrammelled powers over almost every aspect of national life, especially given the erosion of traditional checks and balances. Our citizens have never been more at the mercy of the executive, never been more vulnerable, more exposed, more intimidated.Nevertheless,Najib continues to insist that he needs more power, less checks and balances, less accountability. Why? What clear and present dangers lurk in the shadows that require such powers to deal with? What threats are out there that would justify such draconian laws?Surely the Police already have enough power to tackle that head on. What is lacking is the political will to root out abuse of power and Corruption the wisdom to craft winning strategies instead of the empty rhetoric that we keep hearing.

Finance Minister II defying discourse:

Economic analysts and observers should not be fixated with assessing the stability level of the ringgit, said Bank Negara governor Muhammad Irbahim.
This is not a right and productive thing to do, he added. also read this Finance Minister II's historic Move:new narrative moves Ringgit opens higher against the US dollar

Datuk Johari said much ado about nothing: Malaysiakini and KiniGuide the real reason why the ringgit plummeted

"Few views were offered by the economic analysts and observers. It is as though suggesting that this is our target in ensuring the stability of the economy. This is not accurate and productive," he said at the Finance Carnival organised by the central bank and attended by over 100 finance service providers.
Finance Minister II Johari Abdul Ghani said Malaysia will not end up like Sri Lanka, which was forced to lease its properties over its indebtedness to China.
"That is Sri Lanka, this is Malaysia," Johari said when met at an event in Kuala Lumpur today.
He was responding to prominent socio-economic activist and Bantah TPPA deputy chairperson Azlan Awang, who was quoted by news portal Free Malaysia Today as warning the government of the risks of putting Malaysia in the same trouble that Sri Lanka was over its indebtedness to China.

Finance Minister II esposes DAP'S Ponzi mayhem: challenged DAP pervasive monster Tony Pua



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Finance Minister2 Johari Abdul Ghani  said  the progressive parameters that impel economic growth whose first benefits reach those who need it most: condemned, for no fault of theirs, to survive in extreme difficulty Taking the right decision needs, in our system, nerves of steel along with forensic skills. the system from within.  only a newcomer, like me, People ask, am I not disillusioned with the DAP’s populism, crazy statements, and unending but unsubstantiated allegations of corruption? Up to a point yes, but I never expected much better.An anti-corruption movement brings together diverse people. When that movement is converted into a party of contradictions will emerge. Chaotic sloganeering and populism will follow.  can truly attack the system.  Second Finance Minister Johari Abdul Ghani  said  the progressive parameters that impel economic growth whose first benefits reach those who need it most: condemned, for no fault of  own, to survive in extreme difficulty Taking the right decision needs, in our system, nerves of steel along with forensic skills. Prime Minister Najib’s cabinet reshuffle which includes Titiwangsa MP Johari Abdul Ghani  the heavyweight finance and corporate affairs At a time when everyone across the world wants to position themselves to be in the inside track with Trump, “Nothing prevents the government from sending some top corporates to the US to gauge the mood of the new administration taking over in Washington,


The World Bank expects Malaysia's economy to grow by 4.3 percent in 2017 and further expand by 4.5 percent next year as an adjustment to lower energy prices eases and commodity prices stabilise.
Indeed these are all far reaching changes that is bound to significantly improve the efficiency in use of resources and boost productivity. In fact the report notes that Malasysia among the few Asian economies.This signals a moderate expansion path from a low of 4.2 percent growth expected in 2016.This signals a moderate expansion path from a low of 4.2 percent growth expected in 2016.
In a statement, the World Bank said growth among commodity exporting economies in the region is forecast to accelerate."Malaysia is expected to accelerate to 4.3 percent in 2017 as adjustment to lower energy prices eases and as commodity prices stabilise," .The country's GDP growth narrowed to five percent in 2015 from the six percent recorded in 2014.On outlook for growth in the East Asia and Pacific regions, the World Bank projected it to ease to 6.2 percent this year following the slowing growth in China, which is moderating by a pick-up in the rest of the region."Macroeconomic policies are expected to support key domestic drivers of growth despite softness of external demand an overcapacity in some sectors.Meanwhile, for the global economy, the World Bank forecasts it to accelerate moderately to 2.7 percent in 2017 after a post-crisis low last year.Discussions about sustainability We need a new set of symbols that lead us away from the path that we are currently on. If the world today is increasingly being driven by ideas rather than by material resource, then consumption too should be about the power of the idea rather than the quality of the physical resource. The world is locked into a discourse of growth, and however well intentioned the effort to challenge this, it is too powerful a force to be reversed so easily.
Obstacles to activity recede among emerging markets and developing economy commodity exporters, while domestic demand remains solid among emerging and developing commodity importers.


The world is locked into a discourse of growth, and however well intentioned the effort to challenge this, it is too powerful a force to be reversed so easily.
Beijing’s outreach to Washington is important, forging close ties with the Trump administration Beijing to gain a first hand assessment of Washington’s new mindset and how the future of Sino-US businesses will take shape was amply evident. Beijing’s outreach to Washington is important, forging close ties with the Trump administration Beijing to gain a first hand assessment of Washington’s new mindset and how the future of Sino-US businesses will take shape was amply evident. Many remember how Trump – during his election campaigns

 At a time when everyone across the world wants to position themselves to be in the inside track with Trump,– Trump said he had a “great meeting” and that “Jack and I are going to do great things”. Beijing’s outreach to Washington is important, forging close ties with the Trump administration would help Alibaba control its image in the US and address some of the regulatory concerns raised by Washington. top corporates to the US to gauge the mood of the new administration taking over in Washington,
A photograph of Jack Ma with US President-elect Donald Trump had gone viral, Alibaba Group’s billionaire founder, has pledged to add a million US businesses to Alibaba’s online shopping platforms. That Ma was pushed by Beijing to gain a first hand assessment of Washington’s new mindset and how the future of Sino-US businesses will take shape was amply evident. Many remember how Trump – during his election campaigns – had repeatedly excoriated Beijing (and its neighbour India) for stealing American jobs.
Trump said he had a “great meeting” and that “Jack and I are going to do great things”. Beijing’s outreach to Washington is important, forging close ties with the Trump administration would help Alibaba control its image in the US and address some of the regulatory concerns raised by Washington.Malaysia needs to work like a manufacturing powerhouse like China and become an integral part of the Asian supply chain.

At a time when everyone across the world wants to position themselves to be in the inside track with Trump, “Nothing prevents the government from sending some top corporates to the US to gauge the mood of the new administration taking over in Washington, we should send corporate captains to meet Trump At a time when everyone across the world wants to position themselves to be in the inside track with Trump
we should send corporate captains to meet Trump At a time when everyone across the world wants to position themselves to be in the inside track with Trump
 Many remember how Trump – during his election campaigns – had repeatedly excoriated Beijing for stealing American jobs. The depth of US antagonism towards Russia under Obama is difficult to appreciate. Obama has gratuitously denigrated Russia as a power. His personal antipathy towards Putin has got reflected in policy. To the last he has been vindictive towards Russia, imposing a fresh round of sanctions on it and expelling Russian diplomats wholesale in the dying days of his presidency. The revival of Cold War-like tensions with Russia is hardly a worthy legacy for Obama to leave behind considering that the end of the Cold War was a grand legacy that a Nobel peace laureate like him should have built upon.Trump said he had a “great meeting” and that “Jack and I are going to do great things”. Beijing’s outreach to Washington is important, forging close ties with the Trump administration would help Alibaba control its image in the US and address some of the regulatory concerns raised by Washington.


Where will China’s growth come from this year? It’s unlikely to come from exports — even ignoring potential protectionist moves in major export markets, there’s nothing that would significantly raise the world’s demand for Chinese goods.
What about currency depreciation to make exports more competitive? Will consumers feel good enough to raise their spending 8-10 per cent this year?
They will likely spend a lot less on buying property and fitting it out — because of government action to restrain prices and restrict access to mortgage financing — and less on cars if the current tax break expires.
Moreover, real salary rises are likely to be the lowest since the Lehman crisis, and with house prices expected to be flat, there won’t be a repeat of last year’s wealth effect.
A slowdown in construction could see steel demand drop and actual overcapacity grow. The stimulation of e-commerce making goods available in smaller cities for the first time may help, but technology displacing jobs in services, not just manufacturing, certainly won’t.
In fact, its impact is becoming more and more visible, leading more and more consumers to not only worry about losing their jobs but also actually see them eliminated.
The impact of technology on creating jobs in fields such as medical and education services will benefit the privileged few with the skills to take advantage, but it will not offset the near-term job losses.

 Many remember how Trump – during his election campaigns – had repeatedly excoriated Beijing for stealing American jobs. The depth of US antagonism towards Russia under Obama is difficult to appreciate. Obama has gratuitously denigrated Russia as a power. His personal antipathy towards Putin has got reflected in policy. To the last he has been vindictive towards Russia, imposing a fresh round of sanctions on it and expelling Russian diplomats wholesale in the dying days of his presidency. The revival of Cold War-like tensions with Russia is hardly a worthy legacy for Obama to leave behind considering that the end of the Cold War was a grand legacy that a Nobel peace laureate like him should have built upon.Trump said he had a “great meeting” and that “Jack and I are going to do great things”. Beijing’s outreach to Washington is important, forging close ties with the Trump administration would help Alibaba control its image in the US and address some of the regulatory concerns raised by Washington.
Where will China’s growth come from this year? It’s unlikely to come from exports — even ignoring potential protectionist moves in major export markets, there’s nothing that would significantly raise the world’s demand for Chinese goods.
What about currency depreciation to make exports more competitive? Will consumers feel good enough to raise their spending 8-10 per cent this year?
They will likely spend a lot less on buying property and fitting it out — because of government action to restrain prices and restrict access to mortgage financing — and less on cars if the current tax break expires.
Moreover, real salary rises are likely to be the lowest since the Lehman crisis, and with house prices expected to be flat, there won’t be a repeat of last year’s wealth effect.
A slowdown in construction could see steel demand drop and actual overcapacity grow. The stimulation of e-commerce making goods available in smaller cities for the first time may help, but technology displacing jobs in services, not just manufacturing, certainly won’t.
In fact, its impact is becoming more and more visible, leading more and more consumers to not only worry about losing their jobs but also actually see them eliminated.
The impact of technology on creating jobs in fields such as medical and education services will benefit the privileged few with the skills to take advantage, but it will not offset the near-term job losses.

Thursday, December 15, 2016

PAS instinct trap a question one man ambition?





The practice of politics is often understood as being about painstaking calculation, labored alliance building and the clever use of power to grant and withhold favours in order to extract advantage. Complex race equations, the understanding of ground level realities, the weighing of who needs to be backed against whom when – these are some of the common skills that every party employs particularly when it comes to the rough-and-tumble of electoral politics. And yet, after all these exertions, what often ends up being decisive is not the cleverness of the strategies employed, but the inexorable pull of the political instincts that drive key political players.At the individual level too, instinct can often become a double-edged sword.Najib understands strength and its construction and projection better than virtually anybody else. The combination of hauteur, studied silence, and a belief in the virtues of uncompromising discipline serve to create an aura around him that puts him above everyone else by a distance. The instinct is to not engage with and be answerable to the controversies and issues of the day, and put a high price on his attention. While overall, this instinct has served him well, on the race question, an intervention by him at an early stage could have rescued the party’s attempts to build bridges. In a larger sense too, his unwillingness to rein in his perennially and indiscriminately aggressive support base has hurt the perceptions around his government. Given the fact that the pas's cultural project has not been particularly useful electorally, PAS’s reluctance to confront his base is rooted more in instinct than calculation.
But while the plight that the party finds itself in has a lot to do with a lack of instinct, the fact that it is unable to pull itself together has a lot to do with the one remaining instinct that it is beholden to- the need to preserve and protect Razak family. The only time that the party truly comes to life is when it rises to defend the family- if the party showed as much animation in playing the role of the Opposition in the streets as it does in asserting that Najib was not asleep in Parliament, perhaps it would not be in terminal decline.
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Having a strong political instinct based on deep ideological belief has its advantages of course, and one has only to look as far as  UMNO to see how damaging not having a strong political instinct can be. Over the years, umno has, by virtue of having hollowed out meaning from everything that it once believed in and stood for, Malay in patronage, eking out expedient negotiations and cobbling together alliances based largely on mutual greed. The lack of any coherent and transformative political ideal that it can build a platform around has made the party largely irrelevant at a time when voter motivations are evolving.also readmore Petty political players faking nationalism :don’t extort in the name of Malay race


PAS shut out their own fellow Malaysians who want the best for Malaysia and then they expect their supporters to support them blindly.PAS is using you to bargain with Umno and Bersatu.Wan Azizah, Muhyddin and Mahathir will not fall into this trap PAS wants to accept PKR and Bersatu, the condition must be that they are prepared to dump Umno, that is unless Umno comes up with better concessions.t can a coalition of PAS, PKR and Bersatu deliver without DAP? Furthermore, the non-Muslim votes to PKR will reduce drastically if they drop DAP and form a pact with PAS. The coalition of PAS, PKR and Bersatu will be one capable coalition but will never be a formidable "winner" coalition.a ploy to split the opposition especially PKR and Bersatu from DAP and Amanah. It is obvious PAS is the "musuh dalam selimut" (enemy within) who is doing Umno a big favor by creating a rift in the opposition ahead of the next election.


Any democracy is hobbled without an Opposition. where a government wheezes, gasps and limps triumphantly to the finish line because there is no other horse in the race?where a government wheezes, gasps and limps triumphantly to the finish line because there is no other horse in the race? PAS is not a particularly reassuring template. In the turbulence between DAP and PAS, its UMNO defections strategy infected democracy so badly that it destroyed the credibility of non-umno parties. should PAS still be a player in 2018 elections. Now that PAS has allied with umno, Najib can legitimately claim to have seen everything, been everywhere. . However, nostalgia does not buy votes. Votes go to those who sell a future, not those who re-brand the past.To rephrase a management saying, instinct eats strategy for breakfast. The political gambit is prevented from becoming the truth because even in politics, it is impossible to lie about some things. Political instincts run deeper than political calculations, and these have a way of asserting themselves. Donald Trump shows us that as long as one is truthful about what one’s real political instincts are, it is possible to lie about everything else and get away with it!

The coming together of Pakatan Harapan parties - PKR, Amanah and DAP - and Bersatu on Dec 13 is the first step towards foiling Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak's attempt to win the next general election by default.

Najib's game plan since 2013 has been to nullify the multi-ethnic opposition coalition by eliminating Anwar Ibrahim as its head and co-opting Abdul Hadi Awang's PAS into Umno's orbit in the hope that the opposition would then be left with no Malay giants to lead it, and would be left with only non-Malay leaders.

In that way, Najib would win by default without serious challenge from any viable alternative coalition. This is not going to happen now.

Taking a step back to look at our recent history will help us understand the context and the significance of the coming together of Harapan and Bersatu.

In the May 2013 general election, Najib did everything he could to regain lost ground for BN, yet he only ended up with 47 percent of the votes.

He fully exploited the advantages of incumbency in what is essentially a one-party state, such as an unfair electoral system, a controlled media, a state apparatus that openly campaigns for the ruling coalition etc.

In hindsight, we also know now that billions of ringgit in cash were at Najib's disposal, apart from government largesse in buying favours and support.

Yet, Najib just barely scraped through. He knew then that without a drastic reconfiguration of the political scene, Umno-BN would not win in the next election.

Najib's exit plan

If he is deemed unable to win the next general election, the Umno machinery would then have to dump him at some point. One could argue that Dr Mahathir Mohammed retired in 2003 and Abdullah Ahmad Badawi in 2009 because they were no longer seen to be electorally viable as leaders by the Umno machine.

But Najib can't just leave the scene the way Mahathir or Abdullah did. By now we know that he has more skeletons in his cupboard than just the Mongolian individual. The bigger scam called 1MDB is global in effect. Any of these scandals could expose him to trouble with the law.

Malaysia is living in dangerous times because there is no turning back for its prime minister. Najib will use all means available to him to stay in power.

The only way to stay in power perpetually is to destroy the former opposition coalition - Pakatan Rakyat - by coercion and co-option.

Immediately after the 2013 election, through the current Indonesian vice president Jusuf Kalla, Najib offered Anwar "reconciliation" in the hope of wooing him to bring his party PKR into the government. Anwar turned the offer down—and eventually paid the price with his personal freedom.

Few remember that Najib's earlier post-election slogan was "national reconciliation". It was meant to repeat his father Tun Abdul Razak Hussein’s feat of co-opting the opposition. But of course, father and son lived in very different times.

Anwar could have chosen the easy way out especially since he knew full well that they would come after him if he rejected the offer. The opposition coalition that exists today is largely intact thanks to Anwar's courage and readiness to sacrifice.

It was impossible for Najib to even try to entice the DAP. So that party was reserved as the racial bogeyman to be blamed for Umno's every failure. The charges against Lim Guan Eng and DAP's possible de-registration can be seen in this context, of Najib attempting to destroy the DAP where possible.

Najib turned to PAS soon after the "national reconciliation" phase with Anwar ended.

Ensnaring PAS

Since the March 2008 election, there has always been a group of PAS members who would have preferred to form a "unity government" with Umno at the state and even federal levels instead of working with PKR and DAP. The late PAS spiritual leader Nik Abdul Aziz Nik Mat, who firmly rejected the idea of cooperating with Umno, held them at bay numerous times between 2008 and 2013.

After Anwar's sacking as deputy prime minister on September 1998, two broad and opposing themes "cohabitated" in PAS. A group of PAS leaders were mainly concerned about deepening the support base in the Malay-belt states of Kelantan, Terengganu, Kedah and Perlis, while others led by the late Fadzil Noor recognised the need for PAS to expand its reach to include urban Muslims and to engage with non-Muslims.

The first group has no qualms about working with Umno if necessary while the second group understood the need to widen the appeal of the party with the aim of defeating Umno in elections, together with coalition partners. Also, the first group interpreted the scripture literally while the other considered the context to be vital.

In my 2004 academic thesis on PAS written at the Australian National University, I called the first group the "purists" and the second the "mainstreamers", the latter being a Fadzil Noor catchphrase to indicate the party's ambition of becoming a national mainstream party that could rule Malaysia in a coalition government, and not merely remaining a Kelantan-Terengganu regional party of little consequence.

In January 2013, months before the election, Abdul Hadi declined to nominate Anwar as alternative prime minister should the opposition win and instead backed Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah, who further made clear that he was only prepared to switch to the opposition after the election.

In January 2014, Hadi objected to the Kajang Move sought to make Anwar the Selangor menteri besar and in July/August that year, Abdul Hadi again objected to Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail being the candidate for Selangor menteri besar.

PAS prefers Najib/Umno

In March 2014, the Najib-administration, initiated a major strategic shift to ally with Abdul Hadi's faction in PAS by suggesting that the Kelantan hudud enactment could be enforced if a private member's bill was presented to Parliament.

It was a move to kill three birds with one stone. First, it would divide PAS internally (separate the hardliners and purists from those who wish to broaden PAS' reach); secondly, drive a wedge between PAS and their Pakatan Rakyat allies; and lastly, split society along the cleavage between Muslims and non-Muslims.

The hudud wedge is now reincarnated into the form of Abdul Hadi's private member's bill to amend the Syariah Courts (Criminal Jurisdiction) Act 1965. Indeed it exhibits the dynamics and objectives of dividing the nation and cementing a Umno-PAS de facto alliance.

The 17 years of division between the purists and the progressives since 1998 finally ended with PAS officially splitting after its muktamar in June 2015 when the progressives left the party. The muktamar also resolved to cease cooperation with DAP, effectively pronouncing the death of Pakatan Rakyat.

For those who still harbour hopes that PAS under Abdul Hadi would join hands to defeat Najib's Umno, it is important not to forget the upheavals since 2013 that saw Abdul Hadi's camp preferring to back Najib than Anwar, and to work with Umno than with other opposition parties.

In the confused state of affairs since 2013, many have forgotten that the progressives who left PAS are the real heroes of our time, who fought against Najib's attempt to co-opt Malay opposition leaders into Umno's circle.

Parti Amanah Negara, the new home for the progressives, was formed on Sept 16 last year and in its wake, Pakatan Harapan was formed.

Strong Malay opposition leadership

Najib's game plan of eliminating ethnic Malay opposition leaders through the jailing of Anwar and the co-option of PAS, leaving the opposition with only non-Malay giants and very few credible Malay leaders, was ultimately foiled by a new split within Umno's own ranks.

In response to mounting pressure on the question of 1MDB and the billions of ringgit in Najib's personal bank accounts, Najib sacked Muhyiddin Yassin as deputy prime minister and Umno vice president Shafie Apdal as minister on July 28, 2015, while Mukhriz Mahathir was unceremoniously removed as Kedah menteri besar on Feb 2016.

This ultimate realignment of Malaysian politics was a glacial move. Mahathir quit Umno on Feb 29 and stunned many by making a bold presence alongside DAP’s Lim Kit Siang and many former foes on 4th March 2016 to launch the Citizens’ Declaration.

Many months later, Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia (Bersatu) was established in August and registered in September. The handshake between Anwar and Mahathir in a court room in September, as well as the emotional meeting of their wives (Wan Azizah and Siti Hasmah) in November, were iconic moments of our time, when former foes grudgingly sought reconciliation to stop the Najib juggernaut.

Mahathir and Muhyiddin’s presence at Pakatan Harapan’s inaugural convention on Nov 12 was an important milestone especially when Mahathir expressed his wish that Bersatu be admitted as a member of Pakatan Harapan.


The realignment took further shape when Mahathir spoke at the Bersih 5 rally on Nov 19, attended DAP's national conference on Dec 4 and Amanah's on Dec 10.

It took the opposition a long and emotional journey to foil Najib's attempt to win the next election by default. And in that process, we must not forget the sacrifices made by Anwar, Guan Eng and the progressives who left PAS to form Amanah.

After the long detour, the opposition is now back as a grand multi-ethnic coalition under strong Malay leadership and ready to challenge the newly aligned Umno-PAS de facto coalition.

Such is the full meaning of the coming together of Harapan parties and Bersatu on 13th December 2016.


Thursday, December 8, 2016

MCA in times of dishonesty desperate enough trained their water guns on Dr Mahathir




written by syed1145



MCA’s most traumatic cemetery is surely the memory of pain, for it is buried but not dead.There is no chance that any prophet will turn up one day to resurrect  MCA corpse Neither amnesia nor vengeance is a solution, although the timid find solace in the first and the violent seek options in the second. Individuals, communities, nations have to find the spirit that can liberate them from the bonds of past anguish, to discover a future in a new perspective that is something far more than a distorted reflection of their fear.to restore balance to a destabilised organization requires many preconditions, including recognition that there is indeed a problem. Political leaders very rarely 
readmoreadmit a mistake. Instead, they blame circumstance, and justify any downward spiral of error with self-defeating logic.Traditional categories of sectarian difference are reassembling into a new dynamic,Politics becomes a siren. Ideology is tailored to opportunity.  Mahathir has lost his self-respect and dignity when he ate his own words by kowtowing to Anwar whom he sacked and Lim Kit Siang whom he equated to a communist before,” Ti said in a statement today. Dr Mahathir made a historic appearance at the DAP’s annual convention on Sunday, during which he claimed that the federal opposition party was more Malaysian than the MCA.He pointed out that DAP’s anthem was in the national language, whereas MCA’s party song was in Mandarin.

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 Mahathir to central committee member Datuk Seri Ti Lian Ker. what the fuck you call

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Datuk Seri if you depend too much on past arithmetic, you could miss emerging algebra when you say Dr Mahathir Mohamad’s attacks against the MCA carry no weight and has lost any legitimacy to judge others,but MCA  hypocrites should look into the mirror
 Ti said today said MCA had stood by Dr Mahathir’s administration even when it was plagued allegations of corruption.So now Najib must squeaky clean Speak is a political way of life for Malaysia’s Prime Minister–Why can’t we say that he is a liar? if you depend too much on past arithmetic, you could miss emerging algebra Respect is the outcome of integrity and generosity of spirit in personal as well as public life. Both are important.MCA has no qualities or contributions. And so it becomes a golden circle – self-respect arouses respect in others, which further enhances self-respect aslso read this MCA Ti Lian Ker said UMNO Mohamed Nazri mafia don-turned-politician :could be heading for a showdown
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MCA,MIC and Gerakan have become victims of their own success their narrative has run its course, and they have not been able to find a further chapter to their saga.story is the simplest the fairies have abandoned its fairy tale. It began as the party of refugees from MCA
MCA in times of dishonesty is all an eyewash It is common knowledge that the best way to argue MCA case with UMNO is through a suitcase.More important,MCA seem trapped in either geographical or ideological limitations, with their cadre having become part-asset and part-liability.


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MCA’s most traumatic cemetery is surely the memory of pain, for it is buried but not dead.There is no chance that any prophet will turn up one day to resurrect  MCA corpse Neither amnesia nor vengeance is a solution, although the timid find solace in the first and the violent seek options in the second. Individuals, communities, nations have to find the spirit that can liberate them from the bonds of past anguish, to discover a future in a new perspective that is something far more than a distorted reflection of their fear.to restore balance to a destabilised organization requires many preconditions, including recognition that there is indeed a problem. Political leaders very rarely admit a mistake. Instead, they blame circumstance, and justify any downward spiral of error with self-defeating logic.Traditional categories of sectarian difference are reassembling into a new dynamic,Politics becomes a siren. Ideology is tailored to opportunity.  Mahathir has lost his self-respect and dignity when he ate his own words by kowtowing to Anwar whom he sacked and Lim Kit Siang whom he equated to a communist before,” Ti said in a statement today. Dr Mahathir made a historic appearance at the DAP’s annual convention on Sunday, during which he claimed that the federal opposition party was more Malaysian than the MCA.He pointed out that DAP’s anthem was in the national language, whereas MCA’s party song was in Mandarin.

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 Mahathir to central committee member Datuk Seri Ti Lian Ker. what the fuck you call

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Datuk Seri if you depend too much on past arithmetic, you could miss emerging algebra when you say Dr Mahathir Mohamad’s attacks against the MCA carry no weight and has lost any legitimacy to judge others,but MCA  hypocrites should look into the mirror
 Ti said today said MCA had stood by Dr Mahathir’s administration even when it was plagued allegations of corruption.So now Najib must squeaky clean Speak is a political way of life for Malaysia’s Prime Minister–Why can’t we say that he is a liar? if you depend too much on past arithmetic, you could miss emerging algebra Respect is the outcome of integrity and generosity of spirit in personal as well as public life. Both are important.MCA has no qualities or contributions. And so it becomes a golden circle – self-respect arouses respect in others, which further enhances self-respect aslso read this MCA Ti Lian Ker said UMNO Mohamed Nazri mafia don-turned-politician :could be heading for a showdown
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MCA,MIC and Gerakan have become victims of their own success their narrative has run its course, and they have not been able to find a further chapter to their saga.story is the simplest the fairies have abandoned its fairy tale. It began as the party of refugees from MCA
MCA in times of dishonesty is all an eyewash It is common knowledge that the best way to argue MCA case with UMNO is through a suitcase.More important,MCA seem trapped in either geographical or ideological limitations, with their cadre having become part-asset and part-liability.read the full story MCA in times of dishonesty desperate enough trained their water guns on Dr Mahathir

Wednesday, December 7, 2016

Nur Jazlan,Why Najib RM2.6b not probed under Section 124C, asks Ambiga



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The timing of the removal ... cannot all be alluded to fate, but sly human interventions.
So Prime Minister Najib  corruptly offered  Nur Jazlan Mohamed the deputy home minister
Coincidences after coincidences, and circumstances cannot be so precise even if willed by God's prophets.Recall Najib saying that he had not interfered in the investigations but he never explained how a sitting AG was, without warning, was removed. That clearly said that the highest legal office in the country is allegedly controlled by the government so we can forget about its independence and the upholding of justice. To challenge the higher powers, one must be squeaky clean. If there's a closet of skeletons that Malaysian Official 1 (MO1) knows about, that would explain why Gani went down meekly. The fox is in charge of the henhouse, and in Malaysia even the hens don't complain.

 Cut the ‘diplomatic’ language. There are just two words to encapsulate all these judicious and politically correct minting: ‘self-interest’.to find the noise level in media even more high pitched. This is not surprising given the number of scams  has birthed, the latest involving the redoubtable Successful journalism is about persistence, not noise. Unless we have the patience to pursue cases even after they vanish from the headlines, we will never get to know what really happened.Former Public Accounts Committee (PAC) chairperson Nur Jazlan Mohamed reportedly said that 1MDB may have by-passed the government’s due process framework by reporting straight to Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak.to find the noise level in media even more high pitched. This is not surprising given the number of scams  has birthed, the latest involving the redoubtable Successful journalism is about persistence, not noise. Unless we have the patience to pursue cases even after they vanish from the headlines, we will never get to know what really happened.Former Public Accounts Committee (PAC) chairperson Nur Jazlan Mohamed reportedly said that 1MDB may have by-passed the government’s due process framework by reporting straight to Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak.

“1MDB has their own source of authority not from the (Finance) Ministry (MOF) but directly from the prime minister, and the prime minister also as the finance minister. So they bypassed the government’s due process framework lah,” he had remarked.
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did Nur Jazlan respect and understand that administration of criminal justice must be upheld at its utmost level.The Public Accounts Committee’s (PAC) investigation on 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) will be temporarily suspended as Datuk Nur Jazlan Mohamed is stepping down as chairman after his appointment as deputy home minister.
Every good drama needs a few sub-plots whirling through the mainframe. The most captivating within our current political theatre is Why RM2.6b not probed under Section 124C,
It is perfectly valid to point out that we do not have proportional representation.the Malaysians understand this, which is why it has taken over six decades of experience for a murmur to crystallize into a cause. They might have remained content with the status quo if they felt that they were getting economic benefits on par with others. They now realize that instead of an economy, those who usurped their vote left them only with a harvest of fear. The young Malays are tired of clich├ęs. political discretion is not going to disguise a perception shift on the ground.These are early days yet, and politics is too volatile for predictions.is not going to disguise a perception shift on the ground.These are early days yet, and politics is too volatile for predictions.Khairuddin ask Apandi to resign had criticised Apandi's handling of the 1MDB matter, calling him "haprak Apandi is a government officer. The position of the attoney-general is part of the civil service
"What was the motive for closing two eyes on Altantuya's murderers?", "How did the government use a gambling kingpin to assist in securing the security of our country?", and "Why was a senior minister asking the Malays to boycott only Chinese traders?"no action taken  former prime minister Dr Mahathir Mahathir is doing a pretty good job on his own in keeping the pressure on 1Mlaysia Development Bhd (1MDB).Attorney-general  are meant to serve the people, criticising attorney-general is not a crime In a democracy the people are supreme and all authorities, whether Prime Minister or  Ministers,judges, legislators, bureaucrats, police, army and so on are servants of the people. Since the people are the masters and judges their servants, the people have a right to criticise attorney-general just as a master has the right to criticise his servant.The rise of populist leaders who feed on anxiety and create divisions have existed before, but history tells us that these are almost always transient phases, a periodic itch that societies scratch furiously, but briefly.


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Ambiga also criticised Nur Jazlan for his comments on United Nations representative Maina Kiai
"This guy, who is not Malaysian and works for a foreign organisation, comes here and tells the people to demonstrate and criticise the government. He is interfering in Malaysia.
READ THE FULLSTORYDid Prime Minister Najib corruptly offered Nur Jazlan Mohamed the deputy home minister?