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Wednesday, October 29, 2008

So what is the answer?

Words as empty as that plastic smile

The headline shouted, "Najib: NEP elements will not be abolished but liberalised in stages."

Now read that statement again. NEP elements will not be abolished but liberalised in STAGES.

As an ordinary Malaysian what would you be thinking after your read or hear that from your Prime Minister in waiting? Here's what I think people will think...

Bumiputra: What the fuck!!! How dare they even think of treading on our RIGHTS!

Non-Bumiputra: Wah! Good, good, good.......errrrrr.......I think good la......isn't it?

So what I am saying is that statements like these from politicians and worse from our country's leaders serve no useful purpose other than to confuse the citizens, foreign investors and of course to give the flers something to say that will make front page press la. I mean if you want to NOT abolish but to LIBERALISED in stages then tell us HOW the fuck you plan to do that.


"When I spoke (about the NEP) in an interview with Bloomberg recently, I did not mean that everything in the NEP would be abolished now. -I said that when the Malays and Bumiputeras have attained success and the confidence to compete at the domestic and global levels, then they would no longer need quotas or special considerations..."

Now what the fuck does that mean? "...have attained success and the confidence to compete at the domestic and global levels..." Can you please clarify so that Bumiputras know what to aim for and non-Bumiputras know what to expect?


"What I mean is gradual liberalisation, not saying that tomorrow we will do away with every single provision..."

Gradual liberalisation....sure...sounds like a good idea. But what is the time frame? Where are the plan details?

"This concept of gradual liberalisation...I think it is something that can be accepted by everyone", he said. Wow! You actually figured that out all by yourself!

Come on la. If you want to liberalise then say la what the real plan is. Like...okay this year we will start doing this which will run until that year and then this is going to happen and so on .... A PLAN la. Then ah of course, all you Bumiputras don't have to worry about anything because this is what it actually means for you...1-2-3-4...ah see? It is a good plan. Ah...non-Bumiputras...See? We've always said we take care of ALL Malaysians. So this liberalisation plan means that will happen and will benefit you in all these ways.

So hard to understand this meh, YB? Ok la, in other words tell us facts la not political rhetoric.

That's the trouble with Malaysian politicians. Isn't it? Always shoot mouth before engaging brains. They always tell us that they are going to do SOMETHING but they never tell us what that something is. Guess la. Hahahahahaha...... Which of course gives rise to speculations, suspicion, distrust......stirs racial sentiments......

And then Najib makes one final, really TOO LAN (ask someone to explain this Hokkein expression if you don't get it) statement...

"As I had said before, we will be fair to all, we will not take away or deny the rights of the other communities." But then... Najib said he would also ensure that nobody would deny the Malays their rights.

"I will continue to champion the Malay agenda. Let there be no one, whether in or outside this convention hall, question this".

Many words saying absolutely NOTHING.



k4kenny said...

Wahhhh, damn TOO LAN lo reading what you just least I got a better understanding than reading the newspaper. Hahaha.

Like the saying goes....the way our politicians make statements is "like never been said before". No value one, say only akin to TALKING COCK.

So, the first salvo being fired by our PM-designate is "pleasing to the ears but nothing changes in the end". I have said it before in my blog (, THERE IS NO CHANGE UNLESS THEY ARE CHANGED!!!

Anonymous said...

There is always one thing that is how you measure success? When there is greed success will never be able to be measure and never enough. Just like the 30% what are you taking to access the 30%? So all this is just plain Bullshit and just like you said absolutely Nothing.

Anonymous Liew said...

talk talk talk...
all talk but no walk...
abdullah slept the talk
najib went one better...
fuck the talk...

blink4blog said...

unless he meant the following, otherwise is total bullshit talk to cheat the nation and foreign investors:

1. what is the real meaning of liberalism?

2. stop using the word "bumiputra" if want to achieve liberalism.

3. what has NEP have to do with liberalism? aren't relate to equalities and freedom?

ggt said...

Liberate mongolia in shangri-la singapore...

Juanito said...

this another egg head moronic dumb minister is just good at making motherhood statements.. aint sure if he knows what motherhood statements mean...

what a poor calibre and breed claiming to be the son of an ex PM..

DJ Khor said...

Dearest Mr Teoh,

Rightfully pointed out.

This guy wants to play the PM card by trying to win people's heart with this NEP liberalisation issue, which will of cos backfires on him.

He thinks ppl will buy all this shit.

This Najis is no better than Bodowi. We still suffer at this moron's hands.

Anonymous said...

niamahcipet...gong lan wah

Gua said...

Saw the headline of this news, however, I had decided no need to waste time go into the details of the news. As expected, they always come out rubish and meaningless statement....

I suggested that Barang Naik should organized Malay and English language improvement courses for all their ministers, including the top post.

Also a petition should be sent to all these newspaper. To ask them stop publishing such rubbish news and waste the paper... support green environment....!!


Anonymous said...

correct(x3) uncle pat,all i can say is he's a pukimak! hear all tis oso makes me 'toolan'.

Anonymous said...


You 'Too Lan' for what?

When interviewd by Bloomberg, what do you expect him to say?

Similarly, if he is interviewed by Utusan, what would he say?

Politicians will never use specific words. 'In stages' is very ambigious. For all you know you may not live to see the change.

He has to give statement that can be intepreted in different ways under different conditions, when faced by different people.

This is an art of BN politicians to appeal to all bangsa.

Therefore no need to Too Lan. Keep you energy and release it elsewhere, and I do not mean the CSL way.

Anonymous said...

same UMNOPUtra stuff.

can the PM-in-waiting be more original, pls? hearing the same shit since Mahatir days. Oops, I forgot, he is just a clone of the ex-PM. said...

Nice one bro!

wandererAUS said...

Gradual liberalization means another 51 fcuking years of abuses. Nagib will not be around to answer his critics.
These non-committal statements are just cosmetic assurances to non-bumi as a in coming PM for all Malaysians.
Words of false comfort...

Anonymous said... only means that nothing is going to change. Status quo lor. See YAB was interviewed. YAB had to say something. So YAB did the merry go round the mulberry bush thingie la.

Anonymous said...

Disgusted, despicable!!! Relax brother, just one question for you.
Do you want Najib to be your PM?
If you ask me he is only fit to be Altantuya S,,,,,, partner. Sorry beb, as far as I am concern he can

Anonymous said...

A plan that is no plan at all. How typical. -.-"


melayu kuno said...

eventually and in stages mean that the NEP will come to an end, gradually.

that's what najib meant. no threat to anyone, i suppose.

anyway, what's wrong with it as malaysians deserve equal rights...

profit said...

Dear Patrick,

I wonder how does your children reacts when reading your blog with all the filthy lingo.

Anonymous said...

Politicians beating round the bush & the final answer is still "no change to Status Quo "!

Anonymous said...

Remind me of the devil who would not tell outright lies but would only tell half-truths to confuse the people so that he can take advantage of the situation later.

By being ambiguous, Najib is trying to kill two birds with one stone - one, to appease the non-Malays and two, to give himself the room to be misquoted when he has to face the Malays.

And this is typical of BN leadership - no clear direction but full of flip-flops to save one's ass when the need arises.


zorro said...

Yep, all sound and fury signifying nothing. Just name me one project of his that has borne fruit? Shipyard...and the chairman of this shipyard is hiding in the UK....the NS to forge unity with 16 deaths....the submarine, the ariplanes, the helicopter....all awash with kickbacks and explosives...the space tourists who was supposed to conduct experiments and we have not heard of the results of these experiments. Now this about the NEP....all motherhood statments that needs qualifications and clarifications. And he will lead the country? Lum pah lang, no?

Budak Cina said...

You're sure damn right about that f'ler, talk cock only. Serve that 'Niamah' to his porky face.

Anonymous said...


The first few policy statement by the Pee M in waiting...

1. Malaysia is not affected by the Credit Tsunami,
2. Ok the replacement of helicopters with inflated prices,
3. And finally this statement about the NEP (Never Ending Policy.

Bravo Malaysia! You get what you deserves!

voice said...

"TALK COCK", that is the noun for it, in the first place, i thought the laws are made to protect the minorities, and if we are all Malaysians, who are the minorities?
We are brain washed since born, $@#$!

solidleong said...

Really too TOO LAN to comment.

Anonymous said...

...@#$%^&*&^%$#@...niamah najis the SMELLY shit ...@#$%^&*&^%$#@ !!

Crankster said...

Actually not very difficult to understand. He has to say one thing to an international audience and another to the locals.

Anonymous said...

Patrick, you have branded this blog so very well. For a long time now, i get so sick inside unable to express my anger -- watching these morons get away with horrendous acts. Today, i thank you for liberalising the use of this word NIAMAH!

I say, this is the most eloquent word ever -- for the people of this country living in this trying time...

nstman said...

I have only one word to describe it - PUKIMAH.

Anonymous said...

Hi Pat, if the public were to elect their PM I will elect you, yes, YOU! Few words but concrete. Can you give us your alternative plan? Like something that will go down well with both the Bumis and non-Bumis?

Anonymous said... to abolish or even liberalise NEP......liow said wanna abolish 30% bumi equity that Ruhanie barking dog started barking oredi......that's why kata mat salleh "once a crony always a crony".....cannot stand on own two feet.....entitlement mentality.....developed nation y 2020? wait till cows come home larrrr.....

True Fiction said...

You are way off mark-lah. Najib is #1 politician - he has ability to say something that means nothing yet captivate your attention.

His recent comments on NEP not worth reading one-lah. You can't tell you have been duped into giving him space in your blog meh?

Anonymous said...

Fully agree with you, just motherhood statements and no commitment.

100lambs said...

Hi Patrick,

I enjoy your blog "Niamah". I enjoy reading you condemning our politicians whenever they say stupid thing. But I was surprised that you did not say anything about what our Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Minister Datuk Shahrir Abdul Samad said, as pasted below on the pump petrol price. I was hoping that you would say something like. Don't you think Shahrir is saying something stupid like safeguarding the profit of petrol station operators. What about the time when the price of petrol was only RM1.35? The petrol station operators still survived. Basically, the Government is just thinking of getting more revenue by burdening the public.
I hope you say something nasty on Shahrir's statement.

Shahrir wants petrol priced not lower than RM1.92

PETALING JAYA: The minimum price of petrol should be RM1.92 per litre even if the global oil price continues to fall, Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Minister Datuk Shahrir Abdul Samad said.

He said this would bring some stability to the retail price of petrol and minimise losses by petrol station owners.

Tiger said...

Some politicians are experts at:-
- saying a lot but meaning nothing
- saying a lot and not taking responsibility for anything

Anonymous said...

Ha ha Patrick you really si-beh funny lah.

Whilst bearing in mind that all the politicians are uttering political rhetorics for their own mileage, what I find it most amazing is that politicians seem to think that confidence can be gained overtime by the people themselves. Halo, if you don't have a concrete plan to help people gain confidence, how lah they can gain confidence? We are living in a globalised economical environment these days, Malaysians are not the sole player in this world, competitions are everywhere, and they are getting tougher by the day. So, in reality, confidence of Malaysians will actually erode over time, as competitions are getting keener by the day.

We are not living in a controlled environment where everybody else will pause and let you pass, life's like F1 competition, everyone must accelerate, no one is gonna wait for you to make a takeover attempt.

So can the gomen tell us what are the concrete measures to actually help people to gain confidence??

Lao' Cha said...

Roughly translated:-

'Today we have only one plate of rice.'

'Every man is entitled to their plate of rice. We will not take away or deny the non-bumis their plate of rice. However, nobody must deny the Malays their right to first-bite.'

To make a long winded, speech that is going nowhere short.

'This plate of rice can and will, only be given to the Malays until everyone of them is fed. You less priveledge lot can come after the last Bumi has his fill.'

Anonymous said...

This is how words have being played. Our gomen heads from top to bottom are doing that.

Anonymous said...

NEP = Never Ending Policy lah, ok !!

Anonymous said...

Typical of politicians, especially in Bolehland.

Empty brains.. mouths rattling non-stop.

Baru said...

Spotlighting the Abdullah years
30 Oct 08 : 9.00AM
By N Shashi Kala

IT'S been exactly five years since Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi took over as prime minister. Admittedly, he had some big shoes to fill — his predecessor Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad reshaped the country's physical and psychological landscape in his quest to fulfil a particular vision of development by 2020.

(© Wan Leonard)
But aside from the gleaming towers and the Malaysia Boleh! sloganeering, there was also growing disenchantment with Mahathir's iron rule. His 22 years saw, among others, the suppression of dissent, the rise in cronyism, the growing prevalence of money politics within Umno and corruption within government.

He brooked no opposition, whether within his own party or among critics of his policies, be they the media, opposition politicians or the judiciary.

So, when he decided to step down, handing over to his chosen successor Abdullah — his fourth deputy after Tun Musa Hitam, Tun Ghaffar Baba and Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim — his decision was greeted at first with shock, followed by much relief.

Kinder, gentler politician

Abdullah, who was known throughout his long political career as a clean politician, took office on 31 Oct 2003 in an atmosphere of good will and much anticipation. He promised a kinder, gentler form of governance. He vowed to do away with corruption and cronyism, and to put the people's interests first. To counter the threat posed by PAS, he put forth a progressive face for the religion by espousing Islam Hadhari.

In his first address in Parliament on 3 Nov 2003, Abdullah outlined his vision for the country, pledging to continue with his predecessors' policies. More importantly, he called on legislators, administrators, the private sector, political parties, the media and Malaysian citizens from all walks of life to "work with" him.

For a while at least, his message, delivered in his soft-spoken, almost cajoling manner, seemed to work. There was a renewed sense of hope for a better Malaysia for all Malaysians, with a prime minister who promised to be PM for all.

It was this pledge of reform to reduce corruption and improve racial unity that helped sweep the Barisan Nasional (BN) to its best ever showing at the 11th general election in 2004. The BN won 198 out of 220 seats, wiping out the opposition parties and leaving PAS holding on to Kelantan with only the slimmest of margins.

Buoyed by the huge mandate, Abdullah could easily have leveraged this to sweep out the vestiges of the Mahathir era from his cabinet. Yet, despite expectations that he would drop several unpopular ministers who were closely aligned with Mahathir, Abdullah kept them.

Despite the BN manifesto promises of security, peace and
prosperity in the 2008 general election, the coalition lost its
two-thirds majority in Parliament (Source:
Tackling corruption

On the corruption front, he did make some headway, at least in the beginning. There were a few notable arrests such as those of former head of Perwaja Steel Tan Sri Eric Cheah and former Land and Cooperative Development Minister Tan Sri Kasitah Gaddam. Even Umno seemed determined to clean up, with party vice-president Tan Sri Mohd Isa Abdul Samad charged with money politics.

(Cheah was acquitted in 2007 while the trial of Kasitah, who resigned from his post after being charged with criminal breach of trust, is ongoing. Isa resigned from his party post on 17 Oct 2004 after being found guilty by the Umno disciplinary board.)

But after the initial flurry of arrests, Abdullah, reacting to pressure from within his party, seemed to lose his nerve and called back the hounds.

It didn't help matters that Abdullah was also prone to flip-flopping on major issues, such as the Independent Police Complaints and Misconduct Commission (IPCMC), the memo by non-Muslim cabinet ministers on religious conversions and the interfaith commission.

The recent changes in the date for the transition of power to his deputy, Datuk Seri Najib Abdul Razak, is another example, though this may have more to do with the infighting within Umno than anything else.

Controlling the media

Abdullah's administration also saw the media, cowed from years of Mahathirism, attempting to reassert themselves in the role of keeping the government honest. Newspapers such as theSun began to highlight cases of abuse of power, while on the internet, news portals and blogs began taking a critical look at the government's failings.

But press freedom under Abdullah was only skin deep — the administration began to clamp down on the media, sending out show cause letters to the press and in some instances threatening the use of the Printing Presses and Publications Act. In the latest incident, three newspapers - theSun, Sin Chew Daily and Suara Keadilan — received show cause letters on 12 Sept 2008.

Raja Petra Kamarudin's wife, Marina Lee Abdullah, speaking to the media
at an anti-ISA candlelight vigil in Bukit Aman on 13 Sept 2008
Additionally, the Abdullah administration detained Malaysia Today blogger Raja Petra Kamarudin and Sin Chew Daily reporter Tan Hoon Cheng on the same day under the Internal Security Act (ISA). Tan was later released. Another blogger, Shieh "Kickdefella" Syed Azidi Syed was arrested for sedition later that month.

During Abdullah's premiership, Malaysia's ranking in the Reporters Without Borders Worldwide Press Freedom Index dropped from 92 in 2006 to 132 in 2008.

Battling Mahathir

One of Abdullah's major changes was the discontinuation of grandiose projects, namely the so-called crooked bridge to Singapore which had been championed by Mahathir. But the former prime minister would not take this lying down and soon began an increasingly acrimonious war of words with the Abdullah government.

In the beginning at least, Abdullah chose to keep an "elegant silence" but the venomous attacks from Mahathir did not cease. A reconciliation meeting on 22 Oct 2006 failed to achieve anything, and Mahathir continued to be Abdullah's worst critic. It culminated with Mahathir's call for a stronger opposition in the run-up to the 8 March 2008 elections.

But even before then, the tide had turned against Abdullah because his administration was seen to have failed to fulfil the promises he had made. People started to take to the streets. There was the Bersih (Coalition for Clean and Fair Elections) rally on 10 Nov 2007, followed by another rally organised by the Hindu Action Rights Force (Hindraf) on 25 Nov. Both rallies were dispersed with force, and in the case of Hindraf, five leaders were detained under the ISA.

The backlash, especially from the non-Malay Malaysian community who had lost faith in the prime minister, was dramatic. When the results were tallied for the March general election, Abdullah and the BN had lost their two-thirds majority, besides losing Selangor, Penang, Perak, Kedah, Kelantan and the Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur to the opposition.

He faced immediate calls to resign, but managed to fend off the wolves within his party by agreeing in June 2008 to a succession plan with Najib, to take effect in mid-2010.

But after the 26 Aug 2008 Permatang Pauh by-election, which marked Anwar's return to Parliament, Abdullah faced calls for an even earlier exit, culminating with his decision on 8 Oct to not contest the Umno presidency.

Transition of power

Abdullah said he would stay on until the Umno elections in March 2009, and then hand over the reins to the incoming party president and BN chair, who traditionally becomes the prime minister.

Until then, Abdullah is intent on carving out a legacy for himself as a reformist. He has several major reforms he hopes to see through before leaving office — to reform the judiciary and enhance the Anti-Corruption Agency (ACA)'s effectiveness, as well as to widen the social safety net for Malaysians.

These initiatives involve tabling two bills in Parliament — one on the setting up of a Judicial Appointments Commission, and the other on the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission. He also hopes to push through a bill to establish a Special Complaints Commission to Enhance the Effectiveness and Integrity of Law Enforcement Agencies.

Whether he can push through the reforms, some of which are opposed by Umno members themselves, in the remaining months is left to be seen. But in the final analysis, Abdullah's administration will be remembered for its failure to deliver on his promises.

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Baru said...

Attorney General's Profile

The Honourable Tan Sri Abdul Gani Patail
Tan Sri Abdul Gani Patail was appointed as the eighth Attorney General of Malaysia on 1 January 2002.
His illustrious career began on 15 April 1980 with his appointment as a Deputy Public Prosecutor in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah.
In 1985, he was appointed as the Senior Federal Counsel for Sabah and held this post until his appointment as the Head of the Prosecution Division of the Attorney General’s Chambers on 16 January 1994.
His next appointments were as the Head of the Advisory and International Division in 1995 and the Commissioner of Law Revision in 1997. He was then appointed to a second tour of duty as the Head of the Prosecution Division in 2000.
Tan Sri Abdul Gani Patail graduated from University Malaya (LLB. Hons.) in 1979. He was born on 6 October 1955 and is married to Puan Sri Maimon bt. Datuk Hj. Ariff.

Tan Sri Abdul Gani Patail

Awards Received Bodies and Committees
1. Conferred the Kesatria Mangku Negara (KMN) : 14 April 1993
2. Conferred the Dato’ Paduka Mahkota Perlis (DPMP) which carries the title Dato’
: 01 July 1995
3. Conferred the Panglima Gemilang Darjah Kinabalu (PGDK) which carries the title Dato’
: 16 September 2001
4. Conferred the Seri Panglima Darjah Kinabalu (SPDK) which carries the title Datuk Seri Panglima
: 16 September 2002
5. Conferred the Ahli Yang Pertama (Seri Paduka) bagi Darjah Kebesaran Jiwa Mahkota Kelantan Yang Amat Mulia (SJMK) which carries the title Dato’
: 30 March 2003
6. Conferred the Pingat Setia Mahkota (PSM) which carries the title Tan Sri : 07 June 2003
7. Conferred the Darjah Kebesaran Datuk Setia Sultan Sharafuddin Idris Shah (SSIS) which carries the title Datuk Setia : 13 December 2003
8. Conferred the Darjah Gemilang Seri Melaka (DGSM) which carries the title Datuk Seri : 09 October 2004
9. Conferred the Panglima Mangku Negara (PMN) which carries the title Tan Sri
: 04 June 2005
10. Conferred the Darjah Sri Sultan Ahmad Shah Pahang (SSAP) which carried the title Datuk Seri : 24 October 2005
Tan Sri Abdul Gani Patail is the Chairman of Malaysian Kuwaiti Investment , Legal Profession Qualifying Board of Malaysian and the National Higher Education Council.
He is also a member of the Judicial and Legal Service Commission, Pardons Board of States in the Federation and the Federal Territories, Management Board of the Judicial and Legal Training Institute, Advisory Panel, Central Bank of Malaysia, Cabinet Committee of the Reorganisation of Mimos and a member of the Board of

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Anonymous said...

To: 100lambs

If you understand the fact that most of the petrol stations are owned by Bumi (and most of all the BN cronys), you will know why Datuk Shahrir would want to protect them.

By the way, can someone help me to understand why KFC and McDonald's price is going up so much?
Still have to pay the tax for the food consumed there.

Anonymous said...

Najib = Bapa Penghapusan DEB/NEP?


Najib = ?

Anonymous said...

Too Lan and also Arm Karn...after we'd voted them Pakatan flers in Selangor, now they're trying to outdo the Amno buggers. Read the PKNS business quota issue. Ketuanan Rakyat my foot!

borneo headhunter said...

this najibtuya fler always comes up with gibberish & nonesense what our frens in this blog have said earlier, TALKING COCK!!

i don't think the word 'liberalisation' is properly being used and understood by malaysians a.k.a the much so,it only leads to more confusion and uncertainties to all of us.

The other day if i'm not wrong, when the MB of Selangor & Penang suggested that this policy to be abolished, all the Umnomoronians stood up and protested, why all of a sudden when your so-called 'clever leader' brought up this matter again in the paper, none of u guys have the balls to protest??where's the 'suara'..all of this are just shits...and more shits!!

thanx to Mr. Teoh to enlighten us with this situation so that we, the rakyat will know exactly what is going on in our country..

p/s: i hate najib, go back to mamakland lar u!!go hide ur shameful face under rosmah's skirt!!

Anonymous said...

Najib should explain:

"When I spoke (about the NEP) in an interview with Bloomberg recently, I did not mean ... every single word I said. I was purely lying to Bloomberg and the international viewers. You Malaysians should know lah. You want me SWEAR again ah? OK loh, Niamah chau hai (your mum's stinking shoes?). @#$%. Fcuk Off."

BY: Robotman

Anonymous said...

anon 1.55pm , if prices at kfc & mcd are too high = dun eat lah, ok !!

Anonymous said...

when the price was up by 78sen, every petrol station owner made millions & the white-hair said nothing ! Then down by only 10, 15 & 15 ....STOP !! takboleh lower than 1.92...@#$%^&*....i suspect his close relatives & cronies ( eg penang bukit wretched rat ) are running the petrol stations ...@#$%^&*...niamah smelly xxx !!

wits0 said...

On first coming across the headline of his statement, the first word that crossed my mind was, "Fart!" I read no further.

A day or two later he seemed also to have appeared in an interview in Bloomberg(or was it MSBC?)on the matter but I didn't bother to pause to view.

MY New Dawn said...

Thursday, October 30, 2008
Is outcome of Munawar's appeal indicative of what we can expect from Zaki Boss of the Malaysian Judiciary
Chief Justice Zaki Azmi beginning to throw his true colours...

Will he be able to be INDEPENDENT of UMNO and his past friends, and be able to be concerned only with justice...

Will he be a progressive judge only concerned with JUSTICE - not fearful of developing the law so that justice be done...or will he just remain a tool of UMNO and his 'old friends'.

Also noted that Zaki Azmi was a businessman with involvement in a string of companies - and if so, he must recuse himself from any case involving those companies and/or related companies or even companies whereby his once fellow member of the Board of Directors or management is involved.

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toolan said...

What a stupid reason by Najib.

Hoi!! By the time you "SAY" Bumi's or Malay's get's to become competitive both locally and externally, your policy would have killed off all the rest of us non-bumi bodoh! Simple logic applies here, when you try to push(force) one party(side) up, the opposite side must come down to accommodate because it is not done thru the natural way.

So, don't feed us with your crap about liberalizing NEP bodoh!

Vernette said...

How can you tell when a politician is lying?

You know he's lying because his mouth is moving!!

(same rule applies to your boss, lawyers, salesman...)

miwaki said...

In Hokkien,Too Lan means Manchester United.

Anonymous said...

fyck him!

Btw, petrol station owners make fixed amount per litre regardless of what the price is, so the ministry is lying when it says to maintain high petrol price to "protect" their profits.


E Chan said...

The "Too Lanest" matter is that he has announced to the whole world that Malays cannot compete domestically hence require government assistance. Also Malays formed tha largest community in the country.

No shy one arrr?

artchan said...

Not yet PM..and that bugger talking cock..when he become PM, waht cock will he talk?

Anonymous said...

It is this Malay attitude of "relak ahhh".....and always speaking VAGUELY. I hate that!

You should start a documentary or TV show interview all these people Patrick!!!!

Anonymous said...

Talk the talk, talk the walk but never walk the talk. Well, this botak najis can keep the 30% for your useless bumiputras cos forever they will live with handouts and crutches. Botak najis, you dont liberalise nep, you have to correct or cancel it, so many flaws that you and your bumiputras will surely suffer and rot for a long long time!

anti-illuminati said...

I am ashamed to be Malaysian when this talk-cock fler becomes the PM.

Najis is pure shit. period.

Anonymous said...

When Pak Lah was interviewed by Aljazeera English last year, his answer to when the NEP would be dismantled was the same as Najib:

"When the Bumiputras are ready to compete on equal footing."

Dr Mahahtir had said the same thing.

Some things don't change, do they?


veddylum said...

bolehland is a titanium sinking n shitting ship,it will be remembered in the GuinessBookOfRecords being the fastest dropping indexes in these category:corruption,university,football,judiciary,parliament mps' speech, name it!

niamah chou fa hai!!!

pistolair said...

Mukhriz Lantang Biadap, Bodoh Macam George W Bush ~ Malaysiakini

Dalam wawancara bersama akhbar The Star yang dipaparkan hari ini, Datuk Mukhriz Mahathir mengeluarkan beberapa kenyataan yang tampak agak janggal. Barangkali sungguhpun menjadi anak Tun Dr Mahathir, Mukhriz belum cukup ilmu politik kerana sesetengah keterangan dan jawapannya menonjolkan seorang yang kurang matang dalam pemikiran dan rumusan terhadap sesuatu fenomena mudah, inikan kebijakan politik mahupun intelek untuk memimpin pergerakan Pemuda UMNO Malaysia.
Pertama sekali, Mukhriz menyatakan bahawa orang yang memberi wang atas namanya sebenarnya bukan ejennya, cuma orang yang mahu memburuk-burukkan namanya. Masya Allah, kamu ingat bodoh sangatkah kita ni Mukhriz? Di Ipoh Timur di mana Khir Toyo berjaya mendapat pencalonan KP Malaysia, Tun Amar (adik kepada Tun Faisal, antara penyokong Mukhriz yang kalah di Putrajaya kepada Dato’ Zaki Zahid) telah memberi ‘peluru’ kepada para perwakilan, tetapi malang buat Mukhriz, peluru Khir lebih hebat.
Dan di Tanah Merah, ejen utama Mukhriz, Sazmi Miah berbuat sepertimana Tun Amar di Ipoh Timur dan berjaya mendapatkan pencalonan untuk Mukhriz. Mukhriz adalah anak Mahathir, darah daging Mahathir, dibesarkan oleh Mahathir, dan ramai memberi sokongan kepadanya pun sebab Mahathir. Dan Mahathir inilah bapa kepada politik wang UMNO. Manakan logik Mukhriz ini bersih?
Yang peliknya, Mukhriz berani mencabar sesiapa sahaja membuktikan bahawa dia ada terlibat dengan politik wang dan jika terbukti beliau akan menarik diri. Wah, lantang sungguh. Tapi lantang yang angkuh dan biadap. Umum mengetahui politik wang memang wujud dalam parti UMNO, tetapi memang amat sukar membuktikannya kerana calon akan menggunakan proksi atau ejen untuk menghulurkan rasuah kepada para perwakilan. Maka sebab itulah Mukhriz berani berkata sebegitu. Yang selamat dia berani lah, isu yang ada risiko sedikit kepadanya, Mukhriz tidak berani - debat pun tak berani! Slogan Mukhriz wajar diubah dari Berani Berubah kepada Berani Bertempat.
Kenyataan janggal kedua dalam wawancara adalah apabila Mukhriz berkata bahawa jika beliau kalah di Mac nanti, maka suara akar umbi tidak akan tercapai kerana “jelas sekali akar umbi memang nakkan saya, ”. Mentang-mentang mendahului pencalonan, Mukhriz sudah cukup bongkak. Kini Khairy sudah 52 pencalonan, dan Khir Toyo 62 pencalonan, adakah bagi Mukhriz lebih seratus bahagian yang tidak mencalonkannya bukan merupakan ‘akar umbi’? Mengapa Mukhriz begitu sombong cuba mengatakan beliaulah suara sebenar akar umbi?
Dan jika pun orang yang mendahului pencalonan itu adalah suara sebenar akar umbi, Mukhriz sendiri mengakui bahawa ada orang yang memberi rasuah atas namanya. Jadi sudah pasti kalau pun orang-orang tersebut bukan ejen Mukhriz - yang memang kita tak percaya - keputusan para perwakilan di peringkat Bahagian sudah dicacatkan dengan politik wang atas nama Mukhriz Mahathir. Jadi, apa maksud kau Mukhriz?
Mukhriz perlu banyak belajar lagi. Sudah lah SPM dulu Gred 3, hujah dan pemikirannya seakan-akan budak sekolah. Hujah yang tak konsisten, yang tidak masuk akal dan tidak selari antara satu sama lain wajar merisaukan para perwakilan. Ketua Pemuda UMNO sekarang ini perlu hebat dan bijak, bukan yang penakut dan kelam kabut. Tapi bagi kami seronok pula baca wawancara Mukhriz ini - macam seronok tengok George W Bush sebab kelakar.
Tempoh hari, Mukhriz ada ditanya soalan “Apakah pencapaian anda yang boleh dibanggakan?” Jawapannya, “Saya ada kilang fiber optik; semua fiber optik di Malaysia ini kilang saya punya”. Sudah la jawapan itu tidak ada kena mengena dengan perjuangan politik Pemuda, jawapan Mukhriz itu juga ‘mengkantoikan’ dirinya sendiri. Sebab bapak kau PM dulu la kau dapat monopoli bisnes macam tu! Kah kah kah.

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Anonymous said...

pistolair sir, if you could read the STAR pls translate your posting into inggeris, ok ? tq.