Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar, the 10th Inspector-General of Police has retired after an illustrious four decades with the Police force.
Detractors remember him as thr IGP that had clamped down on illegal assemblies, arrested agent provocateurs and the one who has stood up when certain parties defied the law.
I choose to remember him as the IGP who, with budget constraints and constant trial by opposition media, managed to halve the crime rate in 2016 compared to the previous year, and brought down the crime index in the same period.
We should not also forget that under his leadership the men and women of the Royal Malaysian Police had thwarted countless potential terrorist attacks although one grenade managed to be lobbed at the Movida bar in Puchong.
With his retirement, Khalid has been appointed the Chairman of Prasarana Berhad as well as a special envoy for anti-terrorism/extremism and human trafficking.
Many question his appointment as the Chairman of Prasarana. Among them is DAP’s Ong Kian Ming who, being a twit, posted this question on Twitter:
I don’t blame Ong Kian Ming for displaying such stupidty. Why else do you think that he chose the DAP to be his political platform?
For those who asked the same question, Prasarana’s Chairman post is a non-executive post. Khalid does not need to get involved in the day-to-day running of the GLC. Have you heard of a Chief Executive Officer? Yes, that is the guy who runs the show.
So save some of your stupidity for later. You still have decades ahead of you.
The other person who asked the same question unfortunately is PPP’s Vice President Andrew Tiong Yap Choon who asked the following in a reply to a Facebook posting:
Perhaps he should have asked around about Khalid’s appointment. He would have easily gotten the answer as his party’s President, M Kayveas, is currently the Special Advisor to the Minister of Transport.
If he does not have direct access to Kayveas then maybe he should have asked Anthony Francis Fernandes what did he know of the airline business having jumped straight into it from the music industry?
Or just ask Benta Estate boy, Kayveas, what does he know about transportation that he got picked to advise the Minister of Transport since he is not from that background?
Clever is knowing what to ask. Wise is knowing if it should be asked. Sadly, many are neither.
For GE14, Nurul Izzah has chosen to slander the Elections Commission. The last elections she chose to slander her opponent, Raja Nong Chik.
After a four-year hiatus, Kuantan MP Fuziah Salleh is back slandering LYNAS. The LYNAS issue went quiet almost immediately after the last general elections. Expect more demonstrations in the run-up to the next elections.
Whatever it may be, no matter if they win more seats or are able to hold on to the states they have been holding on to since 2008, the elections, according to the monkeys at Pakatan, will only get dirtier and dirtier. The country will, to use an ANALogy that the followers of Anwar Ibrahim might understand, “be deep in shit.”
But it is nothing new. Emperor Lim Kit Siang, the de facto leader of Pakatan said that the previous general elections would be the dirtiest in history.
Anwar Ibrahim even went to town to claim that 40,000 foreigners, emphasising on Bangladeshis, voted in the last general elections.
Not contented, he issued a statement through PKR’s mouthpiece:
Even Anwar Ibrahim’s good friend from abroad, Azeem Ibrahim, whose homeland was split into three in 1947 into India, Pakistan and Bangladesh, joined in the circus to show his support for Anwar the Schizo.
Don’t get me started on how they claimed that during the vote counting process, some vote counting centres experienced “blackouts” that resulted in “the victory of the Barisan Nasional.” And like monkeys getting excited at the sight of a plastic banana, the Pakatan supporters converged onto the Kelana Jaya stadium for the ‘Blackout 505’ gathering to hear more lies by Anwar Ibrahim alleging that Bangladeshi, Indonesians and Filipino voters helped Barisan Nasional win.
However, four months later DAP’s Ong Kian Ming agreed with electiosn watchdog PEMANTAU that no blackout ever occured and there was no evidence whatsoever of any foreign voters tampering with the elections process.
And in an about turn, master liar Anwar said he never made claims that there were 40,000 Bangladeshis who voted during GE13.
And Nurul Izzah who went on a smear campaign against her opponent Raja Nong Chik which led to her victory against the very popular man decided to settle the case out of court and issued an apology to Raja Nong Chik.
Pakatan is trapped in its own doings. You have a “son of” who disguised himself as a Malay and now is disguising himself as a Pribumi; you have a puppet President of a party who is Malay first but instead of getting a Cina to masuk Melayu, he masuk Cina. You have the Secretary-General of a party who claims to have 10 steps to eradicate corruption but he himself was charged in court for corruption; You have a party President who admits to be just a seat-warmer for her jailed husband, wasting taxpayers’ money and voters’ time every time a by-election has to be held so her husband could contest to become a Member of Parliament.
And among themselves, they cannot agree on who is to lead the coalition. Their solution to that is to desigate three appointments which, in the real sense, has no difference whatsoever other than the spelling and how the are pronounced.
So, the reason GE14 will be another “dirtiest elections in the history of Malaysia” is simply because the monkeys in Pakatan will spew lie after lie to justify their existence, to gain sympathy, and to collect “donation” from monkeys who are stupid enough to part with their money after listening to lies disguised as “issues” that will eventually go quiet after the election is done, only to be brought back to the surface at GE15.
And these are the people who want to save Malaysia…hopefully from them.
Many may have wised up to their antics. But there will always be those who will remain as monkeys.
Today, His Majesty The Sultan of Selangor attended the Selangor Hari Raya Open House held at the MPAJ field in Pandan Indah. In attendance was the Menteri Besar of Selangor, Azmin Ali. The event invitation to the Selangor people was posted by Azmin on his Facebook page on 29 June 2017. As with other states, Exco members, ADUNs and Members of Parliament are expected to attend.
His Majesty the Sultan attended the event together with Her Majesty The Tengku Permaisuri, and His Royal Highness The Raja Muda.
Where were the Selangor Excos, ADUNs and MPs?
Let us for instance try and locate Sivarasa Rasiah who was chided by His Majesty The Sultan for giving a ceramah in a mosque was nowhere to be seen. His last Twitter post was on the 18 June 2017. Maybe he was away in another mosque somewhere in Sarawak, giving a ceramah judging by his Twitter display photo.
Another famous for nothing MP from Selangor is Pony Tua. He too seems to be missing in action from the Selangor Open House, which is an event held for the Selangor people to celebrate Hari Raya together with His Majesty The Sultan of Selangor.
It seems that Pony Tua got all excited about another event held on the same day that has nothing to do with Selangor at all. As a matter of fact, it has to do with Pulau Pinang. Pony Tua was not promoting the event where HIS Sultan is attending, but was in fact promoting Tokong’s event!
Although Pony Tua did not specifically mention anything about it being Tokong’s event, take note that it was held at 1Utama Shopping Complex. There was another event, also held at the 1Utama on the same day as the Selangor Hari Raya Open House.
Wow! So, Tokong was in Petaling Jaya signing books instead of answering allegations made by the Barisan Nasional. The fact that the book signing was held at 1Utama, it can be safely assumed that Pony Tua was also there to support Tokong’s event instead of attending the Sultan’s event.
Some may say that it is coincidental, but Tokong and his artist called Tomato were there to sign the comic books. And guess who were there?
So, Pony Tua was supporting the event for the Tokong rather than attend the one with the Sultan. After all, it is the DAP that is in control of the Selangor State Government, not PKR as believed, so why should Pony Tua care?
Let us now check on the Speaker of the Dewan Undangan Negeri Selangor, Hannah “Goat of God” Yeoh. Since she is the Speaker of the Dewan, she should be at least promoting the Hari Raya event as did Azmin Ali on 29 June 2017. Let us check her Facebook to see if that did happen.
Hannah likes to show those who voted for her events that she attended or promoted not just on Facebook but also on Twitter. Let us now check her Twitter account.
Perhaps a Hari Raya event is unChristian for the Goat of God. She wants to make sure that if Jesus had died on the cross for her, so should she.
So what was this I Heart Penang Run event? Apparently Tokong can no longer con the Penang Lang so he needs to con the Selangor people as well. So, this morning, he brought his Pulau Pinang people down to lead the Selangorians to run with him. Not only that, these suckers were fleeced by the Robbing Hood called Tokong by RM25 per person! Isn’t it odd asking Selangorians to pay RM25 to HEART Penang? Why not organise only in Pulau Pinang?
Steven Sim above was not just in Petaling Jaya for the Tokong do at 1Utama, he also participated in the run…with another Selangor MP, Ong Kian Ming! So, if all DAP MPs from Selangor was running for Tokong, who attended the Sultan’s event?
Truth be told, the DAP MPs and ADUNs of Selangor do not respect His Majesty The Sultan of Selangor. To them, Tokong’s position is higher than the Sultan’s. Tokong is the CON-SULTAN.
So, dear Steven, our Menteri Besar and other Chief Ministers do not feel the need to run. They have not done anything wrong, have not been charged in court for corruption, and do not run away from questions and allegations like the Tokong does. And I am still waiting for him to answer the questions and allegations made by the Barisan Nasional against him.
Until then, someone should keep the coffee warm for him.
“It’s business- friendly and efficient,” said Alibaba’s Jack Ma at the launch of the Digital Free Trade Zone (DFTZ).
The DFTZ is the world’s first Digital Free Trade Zone (DFTZ) outside of China, which has the potential to double the growth rate of Malaysian small and medium enterprises’ (SMEs) goods exports by 2025.
It is also estimated to be able to support US$65 billion worth of goods moving through DFTZ. Additionally, DFTZ is expected to create 60,000 jobs by 2025.
Of course and as usual nothing good in Malaysia for the rakyat is good for the Opposition that is now suffering from a dearth of issues to spin as they get debunked every time an issue is raised.
DAP’s Ong Kian Ming was quick to prove his stupidity by questioning the RM15 million spent for the launch of that event versus the potential billions in US Dollars to be made via the DFTZ.
If he is concerned about the well-being of financially-pinched Malaysians especially those who scrambled for holiday deals at the recent MATTA fair then why not question the need to ask taxpayers to pay more than the tax they have paid to pay the two jokers below just to eat with them?
RM10,000 per table? What kind of food is served at the dinner? Tiger meat?