Join DAP To Screw Malays

Remember DAP’s Superman Hew? Remember how DAP Emperor Lim Kit Siang backed Hew’s statement to use the Malays to screw Malays?

It seems that the Tokong’s favourite lieutenant has taken the “use Malays to screw Malays” statement to another level.

Three days after asking him and his Malay domestic partner to make a police report about the “fake” photos of them drinking and kissing, they still have not done so.

Today, another set of photos of Zairil Christopher Ross Lim has surfaced. This time he’s not with Dyana Sofya but reportedly with a Free Malaysia Today journalist by the name of Nawar Firdaws.

In a video posted by Parti Cinta Malaysia’s Vice President Datuk Huan Cheng Guan, both Nawar and Christopher were seen entering a premise holding hands.


The question now is, will Christopher, Nawar, DAP or FMT now deny that it was Christopher holding hands with Nawar?


Will Christopher also make a police report if the photos and video shown are “fake”? Will he also make a police report on the previous “fake” photos?

If you haven’t seen the video, here is Christopher taking Superman Hew’s statement to another level: MENGAKU MELAYU UNTUK SCREW MELAYU.

Omega 3

PAS delegates at a Muktamar – photo courtesy of Perak Today
It is almost 29-27 in Selangor.

Yesterday, the Dewan Ulama PAS voted for the party to end its ties with DAP-lackey, PKR. Today, the Muktamar Pemuda PAS voted for the same.

Tomorrow, the Muktamar PAS will decide if it will continue to work with PKR or not.

This would see the end of the 19-year alliance that started with Mahathir’s ousting of Anwar Ibrahim.

PKR has already called PAS’s bluff. Saifuddin Nasution has already called for PAS Selangor Exco members to quit their posts if the decision to sever ties with PKR is final.

Even with PAS out of the picture, the Selangor Pakatan government holds on to the seat of the government with a simple majority.

Pakatan would be down to the last three parties in Selangor: PKR, DAP and PAN.

But this would mean the true master in Selangor which is DAP, holds the largest number of non-Malay seats in the government. They hold 14 seats while PKR has only 13 of which three are non-Malays. PAN, which lives at the mercy of DAP only has two.

It is very unlikely that PAN would go against DAP’s wishes in Selangor.

It was bad enough during Abdul Khalid Ibrahim’s time when the Malays in Selangor were stronger. DAP was the one calling the shots.

It would be interesting to see how much real power Azmin Ali would have after the Muktamar tomorrow.

Especially when there is already a marked increase in the number of Chinese voters in the Shah Alam Parliamentary constituency.

The Lying Chinaman And His Lying Girlfriend 

Christopher Zairil’s face lights up whenever he is with Dyana

A friend of mine was very angry when the photos of Christopher Zairil and girlfriend Dyana kissing and drinking was spread on social media.

I asked him if he was angry that Christopher Zairil cheated on his wife for the umpteenth time?

“No!” he replied. “How can it be cheating if he is allowed to have more than one wife?”

“What then?” I asked.

He lies to everyone every time this happens! Has he gone to make a police report to say that the photos are fake? Neither has Dyana!

This is quite true. These trusted aides of Tokong Lim Guan Eng and Emperor Lim Kit Siang respectively have not gone to the authorities to say the photos are fake. All Christopher did was to say they were fake while Dyana likens the act as an intrusion of privacy without even denying that she was not in the photos.

And this time around, the Inspector-General of Police, Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar, himself has confirmed that no report has been lodged by either Christopher and Dyana.


And…neither Christopher nor Dyana have responded to journalists asking if they have filed a formal complaint.

These are the Muslim faces DAP plants to show how friendly they are towards the Muslims, and sadly, some fall for it.

In the words of my friend, “Zairil tu Melayu? Pembohong! Dia tu mak bapak Cina! Dia cuma masuk Melayu bila dengan Dyana!

Pembohong…just like the political party they represent.

Zero IQ

After Nurul Izzah announced that the GST is to remain if Pakatan comes into power, Penang’s charged-with-corruption leader Lim Guan Eng aka Tokong has corrected Nurul Izzah’s statement by saying the GST will be zero-rated for all.

In other words, no sales tax would be collected.

Going by simple bookkeeping convention if you lose something, something has to gain.

For example, according to Tokong the hike in penalties does not translate into higher water tariffs. What Tokong is saying is that if I loan you RM10,000 and ask you to pay me back RM1,000 a month plus RM500 in addition to that as a penalty, it means that you are only paying me RM1,000 even if your pocket is RM1,500 lesser every month.

Therefore, at the end of 10 months you would have paid me RM15,000 but I give you receipts totalling only RM10,000.

This is the logic given by Tokong to justify his wanting to increase water tariffs for the fourth time since being in power.


His excuse that it is to reduce wastage is actually his way of telling his DAP comrades in Selangor that they are all idiots for giving out free water and encouraging wastage.

Well done Teresa Kok et al – Tokong has just proven me right about you and your fellow idiots in Selangor.

The Penang State government, being the largest holder of paid-up capital (55 percent) for the Perbadanan Bekalan Air Holdings Berhad (PBAHB) through State Secretary Incorporated (SSI) had also increased the raw water intake fee from 3 sen per cubic meter to 6 sen since January 1st.

Perbadanan Bekalan Air Pulau Pinang Sdn Bhd as the operator then has to incorporate this increase into its treatment and production costs and pass that on to the consumers.

And you wonder why tariffs have been increased four times?

The best part is that Tokong had the cheek to ask TNB to reduce electricity tariffs.


If Tokong is so concerned about costs being passed down to the consumers, why hasn’t he fulfilled his 2008 election promise to abolish the Sungai Nyior toll?


As blogger and Tokong’s archnemesis Miss Lim Sian See wrote on her Facebook page:

Water services situation in Penang.


BEFORE DAP took over Penang in 2008:

– Never had any water rationing before.

– Lowest Non-Revenue Water (NRW) or water loss in Malaysia.

– Lowest rates in Malaysia.

– Penang Bekalan Air (PBA) is the company that supplies and manages water in Penang.

– No increase in water rates or surcharge for 15 years from 1993 to 2008.


Penang BN never bragged about this accomplishment while in power)

————–
AFTER DAP took over Penang in 2008:

– Never had any water rationing before.

– Lowest Non-Revenue Water (NRW) or water loss in Malaysia.

– Lowest rates in Malaysia.

– Penang Bekalan Air (PBA) is the company that supplies and manages water in Penang.

– 4 increases in water rates and surcharges in 9 years since 2008. 
DAP brags about this all the time claiming that due to good governance and CAT that Penang has never had any water rationing, Lowest NRW, lowest rates etc – exactly as the decades before DAP took power.


MORAL OF STORY: You need to be an arrogant lying braggart with no shame in taking credit of other people’s work in order to stay in power.
LSS.

————————————————-

Tokong is not pleased with the attacks against the hike in water tariffs, especially when he cannot refute what were said by especially Rahman Dahlan and Lim Sian See.

I don’t know why BN does not understand ‘ilmu hisab’ (mathematics). Don’t tell me they do not know what zero means? Zero means nought, ‘kosong’, ‘ling su’ and ‘suzhiyam,’” Lim said at a press conference in Komtar, giving the words for “zero” in Bahasa Malaysia, Mandarin and Tamil.

We surely know what it means. You were referring to your IQ, Tokong.

Parti Kencingan Rafizi

Taukeh Disneyland Ampang, Adam Rosly, yang dikatakan berada di pihak Azmin Ali telahpun dihadapkan di mahkamah atas pertuduhan berkaitan dengan perbuatan rasuah.

Adam dituduh di bawah Seksyen 32(8)(c) dan Seksyen 89 Akta Pencegahan Pengubahan Wang Haram dan Pencegahan Pembiayaan Keganasan, 2001. Jika disabitkan kesalahan, Adam boleh dipenjarakan tidak melebihi satu tahun atau denda tidak melebihi RM1 juta atau kedua-duanya sekali bagi setiap pertuduhan.

Dengan segera Sotong-tersohor  Saudari Rafizi Ramli menyarankan agar PKR menjauhkan diri dari dikaitkan dengan Adam Rosly.


Dalam pada itu, Ketua Angkatan Muda PKR Saudara Nik Nazmi pula cadangkan agar keahlian Adam Rosly dalam pergerakan tersebut digantung.


Sekiranya tindakan tidak diambil terhadap Adam Rosly maka Azmin Ali menghadapi risiko ditohmah sebagai pembela ahli yang lakukan rasuah.

Persoalan seterusnya ialah, adakah PKR juga akan menjauhkan diri dari Rafizi dan menggantung keahliannya setelah empat kali didapati bersalah kerana menabur fitnah dan menghasut?


Atau adakah PKR selesa dikenali sebagai parti yang dikemudi oleh seorang yang terbukti pemfitnah dan penghasut?

Kalau nak bertindak, bertindaklah terhadap kedua-duanya sekali. Nama pun KEADILAN.

Najib’s Real MIB

Photo courtesy of The Sun Daily
There is approximately 2 million Indians in Malaysia. Their ancestors were brought here by the British to work on the rubber, coffee, tea and sugar plantations.

In 1931, there were 640,000 Indians. In Selangor that year, they outnumbered the Selangor Malays.

Although the Malays were marginalised initially, steps were taken by the British Residents to ensure that the Malays do not lose out to the immigrants.

However, very little was done to help improve the living conditions and education of the Indian community.

Estates management refused to spend on the Tamil schools in their estates, while the British lent very little support to sustain these schools.  The British’s only aim was to keep the Indians as labourers for the estates they own.

All this changed after Merdeka when the Alliance (now Barisan Nasional) began funding the Tamil schools that have transitioned to national-type schools although the sum was small. This continued throughout only until recently.

The luxury gap between the rich and poor Indians grew as a result, and the latter group was getting into all sorts of trouble. There was very little help made available to the Indians in Malaysia even when a certain Prime Minister of Indian descent had all the means for 22 years to help.

If you think that the Indians fare better under the Opposition in the states that they administer then you are dead wrong.  There have been many cases of oppression of the Indians by the Pakatan governments.

For the past two years, Najib Razak has put together a team to come up with a blueprint that could assist the Indian community.

Called the Malaysian Indian Blueprint or MIB in short – it contains solutions to several key issues affecting the Indians such as education, improving livelihoods and better social inclusion.

Even before the existence of the blueprint, Najib Razak has personally made efforts to improve conditions for the Indians.

For example, there are only 523 Tamil schools in the country. Yet, Najib pledged RM800 million for these schools, or RM1.5 million for each Tamil school.

On top of that, an Indian was appointed as the Deputy Education Minister for the first time in this nation’s history.

Najib also created four departments in his office to look into the plight of the Indians. They are the Tamil Schools Transformation Plan, the Secretariat for the Empowerment of Indian Entrepreneurs, the Special Implementation Task Force, and the Socio-Economic Development for the Indian Community.

He also set up a Cabinet Committee for the Indian Community which he chairs and meets with the stakeholders every month.

Therefore, a lot has been done and is being done by Najib Razak, who is a Malay and a Muslim, for the Indians, more than any Prime Minister or Opposition leader ever has!

And for the next ten years, the MIB will see a whole lot more improvements done for the Indians.

All that for only 7 percent of the total population!

So, why are these people being rude?

Real Growth For The East Coast

Graphic courtesy of The Star

The first rail line was opened in 1885 running between Port Weld and Taiping.  The line to the east coast running between Gemas and Tumpat was only completed in 1931, by passing major towns such as Kuantan, Kuala Terengganu and Kota Bharu.

For decades after that there was no real growth in terms of communications in the east coast.

As a punishment to the people of the east coast for not voting in the Barisan Nasional, aid to Kelantan was curbed and was changed into the form of ‘Wang Ihsan‘ in 1990, and the East Coast Highway terminated near Kuantan because Barisan Nasional was ousted by the people of Terengganu in 1999.

Najib Razak changed all that.

Phase 3 of the East Coast Highway which will terminate at Kota Bharu will commence during the 11th Malaysian Plan (2016-2020), as well as the East Coast Rail Link, a new rail link cutting through green fields.

The first phase will see the Klang Valley connected to Kuantan, Kuala Terengganu in the second phase and Kota Bharu and Wakaf Bharu in the third and final phase.


Announcing at the handover ceremony of the Ganchong Water Treatment Plant, he said that the GDP of the state of Pahang would increase by 1.5 percent when the ECRL comes online.

The Opposition as usual is opposed to anything that is good for the people if it comes from the government.

PAN’s Mujahid Yusof Rawa, for instance, questioned how it will benefit the local economy – and you do not need to be a member of Parliament let alone a rocket scientist to figure out the answer.

The ECRL will act as a land bridge for goods coming from the west coast going to especially Shenzen in China through Kuantan port, and similarly goods from the east coast get sent to the Middle East and India through Port Klang.

This land bridge would also allow goods from the eastern part of the globe be sent to the western part through these two ports without having to circumnavigate the Singapore strait.

This cuts down the over-reliance on the Strait of Malacca. Today, more than 80 percent of China’s energy needs pass through that narrow waterway.

So if you imagine it takes just four hours for goods to be transported by a lorry from Kota Bharu to Port Klang using the ECRL as compared to seven hours using the Gua Musang way or nine hours via the East Coast highway, you would be able to imagine the kind of economic growth the east coast states would stand to benefit from the ECRL.

No longer would SME or heavy industries have to be centred in the Klang Valley where the costs of land and living are far higher compared to in Kelantan and Terengganu. More jobs would be created and the luxury gap lessened tremendously.

The time for goods to be transported from Shenzen to Port Klang would be 30 hours lesser than having to sail them around Singapore.

Cost issues aside, this new network will create new alternative routes to boost trade for Asean, with Malaysia as the base; and why this has to be taken seriously is because the Chinese have a direct interest in the (Kuantan) port and the rail link,” said Mr G. Durairaj, managing director of maritime and logistics consultancy PortsWorld.

Already Kuantan port is home to several petrochemical companies such as the BASF-PETRONAS Chemicals. 

The port has also attracted RM8.9 billion worrh of investments including a RM3.5 billion steel facility.

The integrated steel mill will occupy a 287ha site – half the size of Singapore’s Sentosa island – and have an annual production of 3.5 million tonnes.

Imagine the size of investments that the ECRL could bring into the east coast states. Would you now question the benefits the ECRL would bring?