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Thursday, March 29, 2012


With this man around who needs the Opposition?

The award for the Understatement of the Year goes to Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohd. when he announced yesterday that......

“It will be hard (to win) if we don’t field people from outside the party as I find that many of our present leaders are not well-accepted by the rakyat.”



Anonymous said...

Wat tokkok oso I dun know....

Not the Toyo

Anonymous said...

What do you expect? These retards were exclusively handpicked by you to do all your biddings. Why so sore now? Oh, you've just discovered that some of these retards already had their brains rearranged issit? Never mind what. You still have a lot of like kind in the cesspool. You'll be spoilt for choice. Take your pick lah. Supply still very strong mah. What, you forgot that you were the one who introduced the "Towering" education policy in Bolehland meh?

Anonymous said...

A senile expired old politician trying to sound intelligent and relevant. He should ask UMNO to field him since he thinks he is well accepted by the rakyat. Silly old bugger!!

Anonymous said...

TDM should pick the de-facto law minister's serial murderer/bullying son as an UMNO candidate as the monster fits the criteria of a winnable UMNO candidate.

cicakboy said...

Mahkamah Majistret PJ diberitahu air kencing pelakon komedi popular Saiful Apek, dan tiga rakannya, disahkan positif kanabis.

gila gila said...

apanama's Bugatti Veyron retail price is RM4.81 million and with 200% import duty for luxury car, the total selling price in Malaysia is RM14.43 million. The road tax itself is RM 24,598.50.

Anonymous said...

go to any mamak shop and order 'Roti Najib'.
They all know it means: "takde telur. Kosong!"
-juz like bohood durian in pg?

najib manaukau said...

Don't forget that this is the grand son of the pariah from Kerala, the shenanigan Mahathir.
You can't expect a descendant to come up with any good idea just like the way he cheated and corrupted for himself, his family, his proxies and his cronies.
Let him get invalid in whatever ways he wants the more the better, remember when he was supposed to have retired and AB won by a landslide and when he was unhappy that AB subsequently as a P.M. cancelled a lot of his white elephants he resurfaced from his retirement and AB lost nearly lost the right to rule the country.
Also every subsequent by election he was seen actively to support the candidates they all lost.
Therefore by the same token let him be involved and we shall see the same consequences !

Anonymous said...

He is still thinking like appointing that 'tukang gigi' to the post of MB of Selangor during his premiership.Look what happened today to that tukang gigi already?
Senile Old Man! Just ignore him.

Anonymous said...

His final days are very near. The super expensive serums are not effective anymore.

Anonymous said...

Good comment at last by tun mahathir.
He still my number 1.

We hope more guys like this ...and who need opposition, well said!!One TUN can match all umno goon...I sure miss him .

Barisan National FeedLOOT Corporation said...

He "Forced" Rakyat to buy pROTon, while his sons drives PORSCHE and Buggati Veyron!!!

That's WHY Rakyat must pay RM150,000 for a mighty VW Golf that costs only USD18,000???

Anonymous said...

Jibgor, pls ignore this old man's comments & field the same old monkey warlord candidates, to ensure umno's total demise, yeah? We'll be eternally grateful to you.

Anonymous said...

i am seriously fedup with fugging him ... maybe i go for the anti christ fellow....seriously i am embarrassed by all the happening ..cos i am a proud MALAYSIA !

signed. an old dog who need to go to spa to clean up!

Anonymous said...

sombong itu confidence..

sombong atau confidence?

condom is for sailor!

elton need it!

newayg urgiopl irpho eningl tconab nutly

Suci Dalam Debu said...

Mahathir the Destroyer.

Sometimes I wonder how can the Malays be so gullible.

ramli js said...

Has Najib’s confidence of a sure win in the 13th General Election in June this year been shattered by former Prime Minister, Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohamad’s repeated gloomy warnings?

Mahathir delivered his latest warning to BN of “No easy wins ahead” yesterday, telling Barisan Nasional not to believe that it would enjoy any guaranteed electoral victories, saying Pakatan Rakyat is an opposition unlike those from his days as prime minister.

As Mahathir told Bernama Online:

“What is certain, it won’t be easy for BN to get two-thirds majority this time. The opposition now is not like that of the past, and the current situation is rather confusing.”

A day earlier, Mahathir had dropped another bombshell for UMNO to pulverise its sense of confidence when he admitted that UMNO does not have quality and talented leaders to form a capable government as “For decades, Umno has ‘not allowed’ the smart ones to join the party”.

Mahathir is now advocating that UMNO should field outsiders in the coming general election, put up “good candidates, whether they are UMNO members or not” and abandon the practice of only picking divisional leaders to contest.

With the evaporation of the earlier UMNO confidence of a sure win in the 13GE, even winning back Selangor and retaining Perak state governments, the stage seem to be set for Najib, on the eve of his third anniversary as Prime Minister, to do another “flip-flop” to push off the 13GE to a later date.

Anonymous said...


have you seen this?;

'ada lembu nak jaga' a 'moves like jagger' parody.

the word 'senah' should be change to 'shahrizat' though.


flyer168 said...


Let us sit back and watch "Puppet Master" fight it out with his chosen "Puppet"...


nkkhoo said...

First tehy banned Yoga, now they are banning Ballet. BN is going the wrong direction!

Anonymous said...

Niamah to Puspal and Rais for banning ballet!

Anonymous said...

May I add that some past leaders are not in the peoples' good book either !

Especially those who don't seem to know that they had their days and that it really is time they take a rest.


MM said...

Najib Tun Razak: A career politican. Not suitable for public life because he has made little progress in his work and has no experience of real life. Fails to identify with the rakyat. He has only been on a bus once, and that is why he wants to be given the chance to prove himself a man of the people, by sorting out the nation’s abysmal public transport. Incidentally, his first bus ride was in a luxury coach in Ipoh, last year.

He cannot speak simple English but loves to use acronyms as he sees no point in keeping things clear, and relies on statistics, to blind us with numbers.

He lacks the will to tackle difficult subjects. Has an image problem and depends on public relations firms to find out who he really is and what he stands for. Also has a split personality; says one thing but does another. For example, he says that only moderates will be allowed in Malaysia, but he closes one eye when extremists threaten public order. Not as courageous as he claims.

Muhyiddin Yassin: Talks too much. Will have the makings of a good public speaker who does not know his subject matter. On the bright side, he is an optimist, but I am more inclinded to say that he suffers from delusions of grandeur. He claims the Malaysian education is one of the best in the world and that the Malaysian government is the most transparent globally. Has an identity crisis, and cannot decide if he is Malay or Malaysian first.

Nazri Abdul Aziz: Another one with verbal diarrhoea. Needs parenting classes as he cannot manage his children and admits that he cannot be responsible for their actions. If he cannot restrain one son, how does he expect to exercise control over the rakyat? Main aim in life is to make a hash of everything he oversees.

Rais Yatim: Suitable in jobs with plenty of scope for dramatic flair. Has a tendency to make the wrong career choice. Good at dishing out wrong advice such as when he warned Malaysians, especially Muslims, about the evil, western influences of Facebook and Twitter. This made the Information, Communication and Culture Minister an overnight global sensation on Twitter. Very creative person but tends to fly off the handle. Must learn more tact. Has problems with domestic staff.

Ahmad Zahid Hamidi: A real plodder but with time, would make some progress. Has an inferiority complex and cannot see women as equals. Has a problem with wearing white gloves.

Anonymous said...

Now we know Si Semi Value kena cilok by this mamak!

Gopal Raj Kumar said...

TDM, please do not overestimate your power. The 2008 tsunami is NOT the result of your campaign against Pak Lah. The 2008 defeat of BN is because of Pak Lah failure to rein in the years of cronyism and corruption which is your legacy. It will not change the fact that if you were the incumbent PM in 2008, the result will be the same or even worse for BN.

Btw, Samy only learns from the best when he make sure anyone with potential to unseat him is removed. And, you are the best in this field.

Anonymous said...


Anonymous said...

pls all have some respect for the elderly even they talk rubbish.

cina babi .

najib manaukau said...

cina babi,

Obviously both your parents and the school ir schools had never ever taught you that respect must be earned and not demanded.
Of course it is too much to expect this from people of your kind , who are so used to be given every thing in life especially when it comes to privileges. Clearly you have shown here the mentality of your kind and most of all never learnt how to earn a single cent in life. You only know how to corrupt and cheat in order to grow rich and never to grow rich by any initiative, that is if you have any ?
You and your kind will not survive half a day, soon and very soon !