What a shock it was! There were photos made viral on Whatsapp and shared on Twitter that the Prime Minister made a speech in a largely deserted UNGA hall and only and mainly to his wife and a few representatives from Malaysia.
The story was also carried by a portal and it is undeniable that the Prime Minister of Malaysia was boycotted by the UNGA.
You can see there were three photos on the blog page that were extracted from various Whatsapp and socmed sites.
Above is Najib Razak, enthusiastically delivering his speech reportedly to an empty hall recently.
Wait! What’s that on the crawler at the bottom? Qatar investigated for a RM15.6 million bribe? If that amount is divided by 4 to reflect the current exchange rates that would translate into USD 3 point something million. If we use the rates from last year (2014) and take 3 as an exchange rate then it would come to USD 5 million.
And there is a story about that:
That was a story filed in mid 2014. Therefore the photo of Najib’s speech was taken last year.
So, what about the other two photos?
I’ll let you read both crawlers at the bottom and you tell me what year are we in now?
Whoever posted these photos must be damned lazy. Whoever’s paying them should just tie them with chains and drop them into the sea.
Najib is only scheduled to deliver his speech at the UNGA TOMORROW, losers! Not today!
In a statement posted by Malaysiakini his Lordship has made it clear that in order for the economy to recover, the rebel Najib Razak must he removed. Only then will worldwide commodity prices rise, China’s stock markets will improve, oil prices will hit USD200 per barrel, the oil and gas company Hercules will rise from the dead, and oil and gas companies like Technip, Schlumberger etc will reinstate tens of thousands of workers who lost their job because of Najib and the 1MDB.
In a related development, the Jawas on Tattooine have also complained about plunging sales of used droids saying the steep rise of the USD against other galactic currencies have hurt their livelihood.
It is a known fact published by the various zombie-portals that Najib Razak, the rebel from planet Pekan, has been undermining the economy of virtually all star systems within this galaxy.
The two photos above were taken at the Pakatan Rakyat 2.0 Roundtable Discussion attended by key office holders of the DAP, PKR and Mat Sabu’s yet to be officially-named bastardised version of PAS.
Seated in the back are the observers from the various Pakatan-friendly NGOs. If you look carefully in the photos you would see UMNO’s thorn-in-the-rear Saifuddin Abdullah.
This was what Saifuddin Abdullah had tweeted earlier:
I wonder what substantive matters and strategies does UMNO have that should be shared with its political enemies? Perhaps Saifuddin is trying to find ways to remain relevant after those whom he had nurtured to speak against the government have lost badly in the recent university elections.
I also wonder when are the sissies sitting in UMNO’s Disciplinary Board going to take action against Saifuddin Abdullah ever?
Raja Mendeliar (Raja Mendeliar Kutty) was a traitor of Indian-descent who brought about the fall of the Malaccan Empire. In 1510, he started a rumour campaign against the Prime Minister, Tun Mutahir, that the latter was planning a coup against the Sultan of Malacca. As a result, Tun Mutahir and his whole family were put to death just because of one lie; distrust against Mendeliar and the Sultan by the people weakened the Malaccan government further and Malacca succumbed to the invasion by the Portuguese a year later.
600 years later, Mahathir bin Mohamed Iskandar Kutty, the former Prime Minister who governed with an iron fist for 22 years, is running a similar campaign as his Malayali ancestor in trying to vilify the current Prime Minister. He has brought down one Prime Minister who had refused to dance to his tune and accused the latter as being utterly corrupted – a claim Mahathir has never substantiated after the victim resigned. However, he apparently isn’t as smart as his ancestor was when trying to bring Najib Razak down and has been caught lying so many times and even had to change the goalpost so many times just to try an win a battle of perception.
According to the International Criminal Courts and Tribunals, Complimentarity and Jurisdiction, a Head of State, incumbent Head of Governmentand the incumbent Foreign Minister enjoy the privileges of immunity from the jurisdiction of any state as long as a crime committed, if any, is not in the form of genocide, war crimes or crimes against humanity.
In contrast, Mahathir, who is a former Head of Government, no longer enjoys such immunity. Any form of crime that he commits in and out of Malaysia will put him at risk of being arrested by any country that has signed a treaty with Malaysia.
Mahathir, the man so filled with hatred and vengeance is currently in Sarajevo, ironically for the 20th celebration of peace in Bosnia-Herzegovina. He traveled there using the Malaysian government’s private jet, a privilege the government has continued to accord this thankless and selfish man. I assume he still travels using a Malaysian diplomatic passport.
The government should revoke these privileges as he is just the same as any other Ah Kow, Ahmad and Ambalagan in Malaysia. He is a former Prime Minister and he should behave like one instead of trying to rule by proxy and destroy the unity of the people of this nation with his lies.
It is unusual for politics to dominate the Sunday media. However, Mr Botox and Mahathir have made it on both mass and social media.
Mahathir today claims that Najib risks arrest if he travels overseas. Whether this is in reference to Najib’s upcoming trip to the UN or not, is open to debate. None of the countries where Mr Botox has gone to lodge police reports on 1MDB have initiated anything giving perception that it’s fuck all and there’s nothing that’s wrong with 1MDB’s deals. But a few days before Mr Botox was dragged to the pound, Nurul Izzah was reported by mass media asking for the US’s help to arrest Najib. Today, this report by Straits Times of Singapore was published:
I wonder if there is now a connection between Mahathir and PKR through Mr Botox.
Anyway, if there is no investigation or if an investigation has not been concluded, no arrest can be made. Unless you are brain-dead, you will not fall for Mahathir’s attempt to paint a certain perception.
Two hours after he was spotted in discussion with a Caucasian man, Mr Botox was held by the police. (Updated) The police has received a 6-day remand order to question him.
The same people who passed me the photos of that discussion said that he is now starting to spill the beans trying to drag as many people down with him as the ship begins to sink – so much for not being afraid of being arrested.
He reportedly has named a few key people including bloggers paid to discredit the Najib administration. I hope to get more details on this.
At about the same timelast night, owners of the Daddy Anak Party, Lim Kit Siang and Lim Guan Eng met up with eight prominent businessmen at a high-end restaurant located jn an office building in Damansara Heights. One of them is the Chairman and Group CEO of the company which building houses the restaurant. What also transpired during this meeting is also unknown but among the attendees include people in the aviation and real estate business while another is the CEO of an investment bank.
This has been an interesting week and will get even more interesting soon.
p.s:- anyway the photo above is meant for you to lose your appetite and to spoil your long weekend
Mr Botox was observed to be meeting a Caucasian man at the Eastin Hotel in Petaling Jaya at 5.15pm on Friday, 18th September 2015. I don’t know what transpired but there seemed to be a deep discussion.
Maybe my sources could identify the Caucasian man in the pictures.
I am still opposed to any form of public rallies no matter how many times you say that it is within your rights to do so or that it is guaranteed by the Federal Constitution. That guarantee is given to you through Article 10(1) of the Federal Constitution, much like my right to move freely within the Federation of Malaysia as guaranteed by Article 9(1). But like Article 9, Article 10 too has its limitations, much like Article 20(1) of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights where everyone has a right to the freedom of assembly and association. Article 9 of the Federal Constitution has its limitations set in Article 9(3), while Article 10’s limitations are spelt out in Article 10(2), (3) and (4). Similarly Article 20(1) of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights has its limitations set in Article 29 of the same. It reads:
(1) Everyone has duties to the community in which alone the free and full development of his personality is possible.
(2) In the exercise of his rights and freedoms, everyone shall be subject only to such limitations as are determined by law solely for the purpose of securing due recognition and respect for the rights and freedoms of others and of meeting the just requirements of morality, public order and the general welfare in a democratic society.
(3) These rights and freedoms may in no case be exercised contrary to the purposes and principles of the United Nations.
What do the above mean?
Article 29 reminds us that we not only have rights but also duties (Clause (1)); the limitations on rights not only may (Clause (2)) but also must be drawn (Clause (3)). The notion that freedom of speech and assembly are absolute is an absolute nonsense. Therefore, I and other motorists, have more rights to the roads that are blocked by demonstrators as we pay the tax for the use of these roads using our vehicles, not the demonstrators on foot. Nevertheless, I wore red on Malaysia Day, just as some 150,000 red shirt demonstrators gathered to rightfully voice out their grievances as did the ones in yellow two weeks earlier.
Why was I in red?
I was not in favour of the original theme where it was to be a Malay thing and about Malay rights, although I admit the undertone is very much that. Since the general elections in 2008 Pakatan Rakyat (especially DAP) has been harping on issues pertaining to race and religion and has on occasions even challenged both the sanctity of Islam and the Rulers Institution. They would push the envelope to see what would break the Malays. They rule Penang, and rule Selangor by proxy.
It is also no secret that more than 80 percent of office holders in DAP are evangelists, and DAP has been challenging the sanctity of Islam especially in the Kalimah Allah and the DUMC cases. If you want to know more about both cases and why is Malay allowed to be used in Bibles in Indonesia, Sabah and Sarawak, just search this blog for “DUMC” and “The Case for God” series. Not even before the 13th May 1969 tragedy had inter-religion issues come into play by politicians, yet this time DAP pushed this envelope, misleading the people on the laws and Constitution, went to the extent of being in contempt of the courts just for their political ambitions. Every quarter they would organise rallies asking for things that have been fulfilled and played up old and expired issues just to incite hatred towards the Malays. This had me write a long post in Malay prior to the previous general elections asking Malay voters to reject DAP.
So, yes, when I wore red, it was because of my absolute hatred for all that DAP has done thus far in trying to tear the fabric of this nation. DAP here means the Malay, Chinese and Indians who are in that party and their supporters. And although I am against any public rallies, I am very glad that finally the silent majority have spoken. I really hope there would be more, and organised in places like Penang. And I am glad that former navy and air force commandos were seen in red and were among those on the streets of KL and at Padang Merbok.
And like the hypocrites they are, the advocates of the Pakatan-driven BERSIH have even praised the police for releasing tear gas at the red shirts who flocked the Petaling Street area, the second time they have done so; the first being during the Low Yat incident – and definitely the first time they have actually supported police action against a group of protesters. When it happened to them, they were quick to say it was a breach of human rights. Not surprising the political-party-wannabe Barua Council was also silent on this.
I must commend the police for the way they handled the red shirts’ do and for taking action against those who breached the restrictions placed by the Peaceful Assembly Act 2012. I must commend also the organisers and participants for maintaining discipline and following the instructions of the police based on the requirements of the same Act. This goes to show who are the ones uncouth, rude, racists and have cow-shit for brain.
Remember, this is not so much about the underlying message, this is about freedom of speech, assembly and association. It is the rights of the red shirts as it is also for the yellow bellies shirts as claimed, and no one (according to the Barua Council) has the right to stop people from expressing themselves. This must certainly be a very bitter pill for them to swallow.
As for the message, let this be a reminder that Newton’s Third Law is in force. For every action there will be an equal and opposite reaction. And the next time there is an action by the yellow-shirts or in any form that they may appear in, I will be amongst my former comrades and others in red. That is the beauty of the Rights they yellows have been shouting about, only to have it used against their Wrongs.
Will it be a walk against the Chinese? Do I hate the Chinese? No. My brother-in-law is Chinese. My late uncle was Chinese. My second cousins, two families, are half-Chinese. I only hate the Daddy Anak Party.
52 years it has been since the time when four parts of this region joined together to form the Federation of Malaysia (although two years later Singapore was expelled). We have seen the nation go through some ups and downs, but we always pull through together. Lately, we only see the constant superfluous jeremiad coming from all sorts of people and I wonder if we have all become a bunch of whiners who prefer to do nothing but expect everything in return?
Up until the early 1980s there were still areas especially in the Peninsular that either did not have running water and electricity, or had electricity for only 12 hours in a day. Those days no one complained about having to fetch a pail or two of water to be used for cooking or to wash clothes. Then came the supply of treated water and life became much easier. Then when there is a disruption on supply, they blame the government for not providing them with water.
We whine about everything – especially about other races. The Malays would blame the Chinese for their woes; the Chinese blame the Malays for the privileges that the latter get; the Indians would blame everyone else for their misfortunes. I don’t remember us being this divided even five years after the 13th May tragedy.
I went to a Christian missionary primary school, now a National school (Sekolah Kebangsaan). In my class then we had almost the same number of Malay and Chinese students, and several from the Indian diaspora. We learned together, ate together, played together, got punished together. What is more important is that we grew up together.
Now, we have National schools that are predominantly Malay, while the Chinese and Indians prefer to send their kids to vernacular schools. When kids don’t grow up together, they don’t learn about each other. When they don’t learn about each other, that is when they grow up not understanding each other. Then we will always have the Yellow shirts and the Red shirts doing rallies, opposing each other.
This is why I am for the abolishing of vernacular schools. Some were quick to jump on me saying that I am against diversity.
Far from it!
I said, schools. And it is not about diversity, but division!
All schools should be National-type schools. Where children regardless of race and religion grow up together and learn things together. These schools should start at 8am daily and finish at 6pm. They study together from 8am until lunch at 1pm. Then they attend vernacular classes or religious classes in the afternoon until 6pm. They should not grow up separately.
That is all I wish for, unity in diversity, as far as education is concerned. The beneficiaries of such a change would be my grandchildren and yours. Only then could we truly be Malaysian.
As long as we are not willing to let our children grow up together, we will continue to remain divided.
I am opposed to any form of rally in open public places but it was freedom of speech and assembly and within the constitutional rights guaranteed to each citizen when BERSIH 4, the supposedly DAP-defined apolitical movement called for a 34-hour rally to last until the stroke of midnight on the 31st Augusr 2015, on Malaysia’s independence celebration day.
The rally was made up by 90 percent Chinese participants when PAS refused to participate. But it was held where very few, if any, Chinese businesses are run.
When a rally by an opposing party was organised by a largely Malay group, to be held on Malaysia Day in largely Chinese business area, this was what Lim Guan Eng, co-driver of BERSIH 4, had to say: