Friday, April 30, 2010

MCA Cites Sabotage For Poor Chinese Support In Hulu Selangor

KUALA LUMPUR, April 29 (Bernama) -- MCA president Datuk Seri Dr Chua Soi Lek said Thursday sabotage by party members could have been a factor for the decline in Chinese support for the Barisan Nasional (BN) in the Hulu Selangor parliamentary by-election last Sunday.
He said he suspected sabotage when he went to Kuala Kubu Baharu on polling day and found no MCA member canvassing for votes from the people near polling centres there.
"When I went to Kuala Kubu Baharu town on polling day. The polling station which is supposed to be managed by two MCA branches was totally deserted although they had agreed to be there.
"It could be one of the factors because, if they don't even come and help, I don't think they even voted for the BN," he told reporters after chairing a meeting of the MCA presidential council at Wisma MCA, here.
Dr Chua said he had directed party secretary-general Datuk Kong Cho Ha, who was the party's chief coordinator for the by-election, to compile a report and an analysis on the outcome of the by-election.
The report should also cover proof of the element of sabotage by MCA members, including certain branches and grassroots leaders, he said.
Dr Chua said that based on the report, to be submitted by Kong in three weeks, the party would discuss its next move.
The BN recaptured the Hulu Selangor seat after its candidate, P. Kamalanathan of the MIC, beat Datuk Zaid Ibrahim of Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) by a majority of 1,725 votes.
The support for the BN was estimated to be 28 per cent from among the Chinese voters, down from the 35 per cent in the general election in 2008.
Dr Chua said a brainstorming session would be held from June 18 to 20 in Port Dickson to discuss several issues related to the party's struggle, including its preparation to face the next general election.
'"We will invite several people prominent in certain fields to discuss, among other things, economic issues and how we can run a more effective election campaign," he said.
The session would also consider ways to ensure that the Chinese community understood the 1Malaysia concept and supported the administration of Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak, he added.
Asked about a statement by the Malay right-wing movement Perkasa that the MCA had been rejected by Chinese voters since the 2008 general election, Dr Chua said: "Perkasa is an NGO and they have a right to say whatever they want. It is a question of whether people believe what they say."

tunku : keep pointing fingers at others.why there were no MCA's members canvassing for votes during the polling day? chua soi lek should only blame themselves as they failed. where were the mca leaders, they were supposed to go to the ground day and night but the only time the showed their faces is when they followed the pm,dpm or other vvip entourage.there are 8000 MCA members there, what happened to them? you failed chua soi lek. stop blaming others but yourself and your team.MCA need some serious revamp.i guess people believe perkasa more than they believe chua soi lek.

Thursday, April 29, 2010

Senator Ezam Mohd Nor ?

Palanivel, Ezam and two others to be made Senators

KUALA LUMPUR: MIC deputy president Datuk G. Palanivel is among four people who will be made Senators.
The others are former PKR youth chief Ezam Mohd Nor, Rahim and Co executive chairman Datuk Abdul Rahim Abdul Rahman and Pagoh Wanita Umno chief Noriah Mahat.
They will take their oath at the Dewan Negara before Senate president Tan Sri Abu Zahar Ujang on Monday.

tunku : i thought ezam said he is not for any position when he joined Umno , why accept the senatorship now? ezam should not accept this and must prove himself as sincere this the first step for ezam to re enter into mainstream politic through Umno? i am still not convinced with this guy, once the number One man of anwar ibrahim.till today he has not expose anwar the right way.he keep asking anwar to challenge him first then only he will expose about anwar's crime but if he is really sincere to save this country from anwar, he should had done it long time ago.reezal merican must be happy of this appointment as he's the one who brought ezam back to Umno.

Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Special panel to probe fatal shooting of youth

KAJANG: The Home Ministry is setting up a special panel to investigate the fatal shooting of a 15-year-old youth at Section 11, Shah Alam, Selangor early Monday.
Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Tun Hussein said his deputy, Datuk Wira Abu Seman Yusop, would head the panel to determine what occurred.
He said the probe would cover all aspects and would be carried out in a transparent manner.
“I'm not only sad but surprised at what had transpired, especially when the incident involved a student who was only 15 years old.
"We will investigate all aspects including the need for the police to shoot at that time," he told reporters here.
Hishammuddin said, however, it was too early to jump to conclusion and determine who were in the wrong in the incident.
In the 2am incident, Aminul Rasyid Amzah died after being shot by policemen while his friend fled after they came across a police patrol car in Section 11, here.
Aminul Rasyid’s mother Norsiah Mohamad has asked that her son not be called a robber or criminal, saying she knew who her son really was.
"As a mother who had raised him, I feel hurt and appeal that my son not be described that way.
“It's unfair to accuse my son without confirmation," she told Bernama at her house when Agriculture and Agro-based Industry Minister Datuk Seri Noh Omar visited her.
Norsiah, 61, said she did not mean that her son was perfect but to her, Aminul Rasyid was a cheerful teenager who was active in sports, had many friends and was to sit for the PMR examination this year.
"I did not expect that his being overly loving of late by kissing and hugging me each day would just be in memory. He also seriously wanted to clean up the grave of his father who died in 2004, but it was not meant to be," she said.
Norsiah said her family had lodged a report at the Shah Alam district police headquarters last night on the shooting incident.

tunku : judging by the news report, the police carried out their SOP when confronting with the scene above.they boys speed of their car when they saw the police and the police fired the car's tyre.then the boys tried to run and the police shot them which killed one of the boy and the other fled.we understand a mother's heart, how can a mother accept things like this happens to her's not easy.if the boy had listened to the police instruction, he wont be shot.they for surely will catch him.why did the boys run when they were not guilty of anything? again people said the boy was just 15years old,how would the police knows that he was 15years old in the dark at 2am? what was the 15years old boy doing there at 2am? let us wait for the investigation and till then, we hope people will not speculate unnecessary rumours.wonder why the opposition did not create havoc of this incident like they did for kugan? maybe because he's Malay.

Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Why Namewee is given such importance?

Namewee Can Apply For Loan From The Creative Fund - Heng

KUALA LUMPUR, April 26 (Bernama) -- Namewee, whose real name is Wee Meng Chee, can apply for loan from the RM200 million fund set up by the government to help stimulate the creative industry to produce his film, Deputy Information Communication and Culture Minister Senator Heng Seai Kee said Monday.
She said while Wee could apply for loan from the creative fund, he could also request for assistance from the Malaysian National Film Development Corporation (Finas) in terms of the compulsory screening scheme.
Namewee, the student who created a controversy by producing a videoclip which insulted the national anthem, was reported to be looking for funds to produce his 1Malaysia-themed movie, "Nasi Lemak".
Heng said those keen to venture into the film industry could obtain further information from the ministry on the facilities, including loans, for them.
"So far, 47 people have applied for loans under the creative fund," she added.

tunku : this type of moron should not get loan especially from the government.did the government has forgotten how he had insulted the national anthem, how he had insulted TNB by using dirty words? i wonder why this senator heng want to discuss about this idiot.we hope that the ministry will not be stupid to give him any assistance.this idiot should not get anything.he is bad example of our youth.they should not entertain him at all.

Monday, April 26, 2010

Kamalanathan Says His Priority Will Be To Fulfill All Promises Made

HULU SELANGOR, April 25 (Bernama) -- Newly elected Member of Parliament for Hulu Selangor, P. Kamalanathan said he would have a very heavy responsibility to shoulder and fulfill the mandate given to him by voters.
He said that the first thing he would do was to "fulfill all the promises he had made before the by-election.
"The trust and mandate given clearly shows how Barisan Nasional (BN) would serve the people in Hulu Selangor. I will meet Sungai Buaya residents tomorrow to express my sincere gratitude to them.
"I regard this victory as not mine, but the entire BN machinery who had worked round the clock to ensure my victory," he told reporters after the results of the by-election was announced here Sunday night.
Kamalanathan defeated Datuk Zaid Ibrahim from Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR), by a 1,725-vote majority after polling 24,997 votes compared with 23,272 for Zaid.
He said that the votes polled by him today signalled the acceptance of people towards the leadership of Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak and that it had been translated into votes.
Kamalanathan also said that he would shift from his residence in Taman Kuala Garing, Rawang to his constituency, to serve the people better.
"I have already identified which part of Hulu Selangor I should go to as the promise (in shifting) was made before the by-election. This would ensure that I give effective service to the people in my constituency," he added.
He also said that he was satisfied with the number of Indian votes he had received today and said more can be done in attracting Indian votes.
Asked about the decline of Chinese votes towards BN, Kamalanathan said an in-depth study should be done to know the reason for voting the opposition.

tunku : now kamalanathan must ensure that in the next GE, BN will win again in Hulu selangor with bigger majority.he must work hard and make sure all the programme that had been promised during the campaign are carry out and completed.he is given an opportunity now to serve the people there and he must serve them 24/7 now and make a great impact there with the people.

Sunday, April 25, 2010

Hulu Selangor Done, Now Sibu.

BN wins Hulu Selangor by 1,725 votes

Barisan Nasional wins by 1,725 majority. Its candidate, P. Kamalanathan from the MIC, polled 24,997 votes to defeat PKR’s Datuk Zaid Ibrahim, who garnered 23,272 votes. A total of 48,935 people or 75.87% of the eligible voters cast their ballots in the by-election on Sunday.

tunku : congratulation to P Kamalanathan, voters and the BN's machinery that had worked hard for the by election.It is time now to deliver all the promises and for Kamalanathan to give his time and effort for the people of Hulu Selangor.Now BN must win Sibu.

Saturday, April 24, 2010

Anwar's latest lie

Anwar: Allah takdirkan 'Projek 16 Sept' tak jadi

Ketua Umum PKR Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim malam tadi menunjukkan dua pucuk surat sebagai bukti bahawa beliau mempunyai cukup jumlah ahli parlimen untuk mengambil alih kuasa daripada kerajaan BN melalui 'Projek 16 September'.
Anwar berkata surat pertama bertarikh 18 September 2008 yang menuntut agar Perdana Menteri ketika itu, Tun Abdullah Ahmad Badawi memanggil sidang tergempar kerana ahli Dewan Rakyat sudah hilang keyakinan kepadanya.
"Jika tak ada jumlahnya, adakah boleh diadakan sidang parlimen tergempar?" katanya Anwar ketika berceramah di hadapan kira-kira 400 orang di Padang Perumahan Taman Teratai, yang dikatakan kubu kuat Umno.
Manakala surat bertarikh pada hari berikutnya, kata Anwar, memohon perkenan mengadap Yang di-Pertuan Agong Sultan Mizan kerana mempunyai cukup majoriti ahli Dewan Rakyat untuk menubuhkan kerajaan yang baru.
"Bagaimanapun Allah mentakdirkan perkara itu tidak menjadi," katanya sambil merayu agar pengundi memberi sokongan kepada calon PKR Datuk Zaid Ibrahim dalam pilihan raya kecil Hulu Selangor 25 April ini.

tunku : only fools will believe to this moron's lies. i just can imagine how stupid this moron is. what letters is he talking about? is that letter has enough power to decide who will be the government? he made the letter himself and put the names of BN Mps without their consent in written (black & white). i hope the people are not stupid to accept the 'idiotic stories' by the moron. Allah will never be on his side and he knows that.what a stupid excuse he gave.this moron will talk craps just to get some attentions.

Friday, April 23, 2010

Oppsition desperate of searching issues.

Kissing Of Hand Shows BN Candidate Knows Malay Custom, Says Muhyiddin

HULU SELANGOR, April 22 (Bernama) -- Barisan Nasional (BN) candidate for the Hulu Selangor by-election P.Kamalanathan's gesture of kissing the hand of Umno leaders shows that he knows Malay culture and custom.
Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin said the opposition's manipulation of the matter by equating the gesture to MIC bowing to Umno showed that it had run out of political capital.
"No more ideas, no more capital, so something good is made to look bad. That's why I label the opposition 'raja putar alam' (king spinners of the universe," he told reporters after officially opening the Kuala Kubu Baharu Fire and Rescue station, here, on Thursday.
"If you want to compare Kamalanathan with Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) candidate Datuk Zaid Ibrahim, the MIC information chief is much more refined in his manners.
"I didn't ask him (Kamalanathan) to kiss my hand, but maybe he did that because he understands Malay culture and custom. To me, this candidate is humble and respectful of the leaders and elders.
"Whether he kisses the hand of others when he meets them, is not an issue. Kissing the hand may not be part of other cultures, but it is part of Malay culture especially when you meet your elders."
Muhyiddin said he did not at all see Kamalanathan's gesture (kissing of the former's hand) as kowtowing or bowing to Umno "as it is an act of humility of a candidate with values that should be admired".
"Perhaps the opposition does not know about being cultured, about having refined manners and using refined language, so they think it's something unusual.
"Well, this is not unusual in Malaysia, for I had seen members of the Chinese community at the prime minister's Hari Raya do at Seri Perdana offering the 'salam', kissing his hand or even wanting to hug him. So, why make an issue?"
Muhyiddin said the opposition now found it difficult to refute or dismiss allegations against Zaid concerning his morals which were widely carried by the media and blogs.

tunku : so kamalanathan kissing muhyiddin hand had became an issue for the opposition?what's wrong with that. there are many kissings elderly people hand, does this means that the bow to them? i guess opposition leaders are jealous at BN's good and charasmatic candidate compare to their candidate which has moral issues.

Thursday, April 22, 2010

Big blow to PKR as party's Hulu Bernam polling district committee chief quits

KUALA KUBU BARU: The PKR Hulu Selangor by-election campaign machinery was dealt a big blow Thursday when its Hulu Bernam polling district committee chairman Mohd Salleh Mat Noor abandoned the party.
Mohd Salleh quit together with about 200 others local leaders and members, including Hulu Bernam Youth chief Hanif Sairan.
They said they decided to quit as the party had failed to uphold its promises and look after the welfare of the people.
Hanif said when the Pakatan Rakyat government was set up in Selangor, the people in Kalumpang had looked forward to a better future, but after two years, they had become disillusioned.
They have expressed interest to join Umno.
A spate of resignations hit PKR Thursday, among them, former Perlis PKR deputy head Keria Senawi and three committee members of various branches in the state, and Kelantan PKR Youth chief Wan Khairul Ihsan Wan Ahmad and its secretary Ezri Zainal Abidin.

tunku : i hope BN will not get carried away with news or incidents like these.they should just concentrate on their campaign as planned and do their best in the last for pkr, what else to say.i lost count how many of their leaders had left the party.

Zaid : I own horses but I’m no gambler

KUALA KUBU BARU: PKR candidate Datuk Zaid Ibrahim says he owns horses for a hobby and is proud of it.
Zaid refuted insinuations that he is a gambler.
He said he purchased racehorses for sport, and not for gambling purposes.
Zaid also alleged that many politicians from Barisan parties were gamblers. “You can find their names on casino machines, but not mine,” he said.
He said this when asked to comment on allegations that his horse named Kelantan had won $450,000 (RM1.7mil) Japan Bloodhorse Breeders Association Trophy in 2006.
When shown the related article published on a website, Zaid asked: “So what’s wrong with it?”
A check on the Australian Thoroughbred sales site showed that Zaid had purchased three New Zealand horses worth AU$46,000 (RM137,000) last year.
A check on showed Zaid purchased another horse costing NZD7,847 (RM17,800) last year.
Zaid said he did not see owning racehorse as an issue as many Muslims around the world owned horses.
“To say that I own horses and therefore I am a gambling guy is sheer slander,” he said at the PKR daily press conference here yesterday.
Asked if he would take action against the bloggers who had uploaded superimposed photographs of him holding a liquor bottle, Zaid said he did not want to waste time doing it.
Asked about his chances in the Hulu Selangor by-election now that two independent candidates had pulled out, Zaid said it would still be tough.
Zaid said although he is up against Barisan’s P. Kamalanathan, his real opponents were Umno, Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak and his deputy Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin.
Asked about former Hulu Selangor PKR treasurer Dr Halili Rahmat’s decision to join Umno, he said the development would not have any impact on his chances.
Party adviser Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim also said that Dr Halili’s decision would not cause any problem to Zaid. Dr Halili, he said, must have his own reasons for quitting.
PAS president Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang said Dr Halili’s quitting was no great loss to PKR as there were still many good people in Pakatan Rakyat.

tunku : what an answer is just like i tell people i own the casino but i'm no gambler.i only provide for others to gamble.does that make you a saint zaid?you are a muslim, you should know that. you buy the horses for sports activities and let the horses used by gamblers with your knowledge and consent and get some cash out of it too.don't give stupid answers zaid.

Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Thousands Of Slippers To 'Greet' Blair In Malaysia

PUTRAJAYA, April 21 (Bernama) -- Thousands of slippers are expected to 'greet' former British prime minister Tony Blair if he were to set foot in this country this week.
This is the promise made by the president of the Malay right-wing group, Pertubuhan Pribumi Perkasa Malaysia (PERKASA), Datuk Ibrahim Ali, who also opposed Blair's visit to this country.
Addressing about 50 representatives of non-governmental organisations (NGOs), Ibrahim urged all members of NGOs to initiate action in whatever forms such as the 'facebook' and 'twitter' to oppose Blair's trip here.
Also present at the gathering was the chairman of the Perdana Global Peace Organisation (PGPO), who is also a former prime minister, Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad.
PERKASA and the PGPO also criticised a Singapore-based company that intended to invite Blair to give a talk to a business congress, here on April 24.
They strongly opposed the invitation by the company, Success Resources Company, in view of Blair's alleged role in the occupation of the allied forces led by the United States in Iraq in 2003, which resulted in the death of more than one million Iraqi people.
Meanwhile, Dr Mahathir also expressed disgust at the companies that had sponsored Blair's visit here.
"How can you sponsor and get advice from a liar? Do you also intend to lie in carrying out your business?" he asked.
The NGO also urged the sponsors to retract their invitation to Blair with thousands of individual signatures received through an online petition which had been opened since last week.

tunku : i think it should be more than slippers that should greet a murderer of millions of Iraqi people.perkasa or perdana leadership foundation should expose those companies who have invited them.we should boycott these companies.

Anwar Supports Only Those Who Want Him To Be PM, Says Mahathir

KUALA LUMPUR, April 20 (Bernama) -- Former prime minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad said Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) advisor Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim would back only those who support him to become prime minister.
He said one would know whether Anwar was really a nationalist when one became closer to him.
"I believe the closer you are to him, the more you understand his personality. Is Anwar a nationalist? Actually, he's just fighting to become prime minister. If someone can support him to be prime minister; doesn't matter whether he's a Chinese, Hindu or whatever, he will support that person. That's why he supported Hindraf."
Dr Mahathir, who is Perkim (Malaysia Muslim Welfare Organisation) president, said this after attending a conference with religious teachers under the Education Ministry and Perkim members, here, on Tuesday.
According to him, the withdrawal of some of Anwar's close allies from PKR showed that they eventually realised his true personality.
Dr Mahathir cited the case of Prof Dr Chandra Muzaffar who quit as PKR deputy president, while Zainul Zakaria, Anwar's lawyer in his sodomy case, withdrew from representing him.
The latest development was that Anwar's personal doctor and Hulu Selangor PKR division treasurer, Datuk Dr Halili Rahmat, announced yesterday that he quit the party, saying that PKR had deviated from its original struggle since its founding in 1999.
On the allegation against Datuk Zaid Ibrahim, the PKR candidate in the Hulu Selangor by-electon, that he was a drinker, Dr Mahathir said such an allegation was unavoidable.
"All is fair in love and war, and in the election. I was also a victim of various allegations...that I had a Chinese wife...had a wife in Singapore. This is politics. So, those who hear the allegations, should make their own evaluation."
Asked whether the personal attacks (against Zaid) could give Barisan Nasional a win, Dr Mahathir said: "May be, may be not. It's up to the voters."
In another development, Dr Mahathir said trade ties between Malaysia and Iran could be affected if Petronas was forbidden to supply gasoline to Iran.
"Datuk Seri Najib (prime minister) denied he disallowed (Petronas). This is a commercial deal. It's Petronas' right to sell the fuel to whoever," he said.
The foreign media had earlier reported Najib as saying that Malaysia had stopped supplying gasoline to Iran, but the purported statement was refuted by the prime minister and said that it was merely a commercial transaction.
Asked about formal sex education for the young, Dr Mahathir said it was not necessary as it was already part of Islamic Studies and Moral Education taught in schools.
He said what was important was to make students understand and teach them how to control their desires, so so to prevent unwanted pregnancies and throwing away of unwanted babies at rubbish dumps and elsewhere.

tunku : that is why anwar choose zaid instead of others who have been for a long time in pkr, zaid wants anwar to be the pm and he's hoping to be the dpm.zaid is also hint to be anwar successor.what a pity to those who have been struggling for years in pkr and at last being ditched. as for sex education in school, i totally agree with Tun Mahathir,there's no need to introduce a new subject on it as it can be included in islamic Studies and Moral Education.both the subjects are relevant to the teaching of sex education.

Kamalanathan is the man.

Kamalanathan: No Empty Promises But Focus On Welfare

HULU SELANGOR, April 20 (Bernama) -- Declaring that he would not make any empty promises, Barisan Nasional's P. Kamalanathan said he would concentrate more on welfare issues confronting voters in the Hulu Selangor parliamentary constituency if elected.
He said this was based on feedback he received when campaigning since nomination day on Saturday, adding that he was willing to be dropped in the next election if his performance was not up to the mark.
"One aspect I am looking at is developing new industries, especially related to eco-tourism in Kuala Kubu Baharu which can provide job opportunities to the peole of Hulu Selangor," he said when met on his campaign round in Kuala Kubu Baharu town, here, Tuesday.
The MIC information chief said he was working round the clock to meet as many voters as possible and try to win the hearts and minds of the 64,500-odd voters in the constituency.
The public relations expert said he had so far completed about 20 to 30 per cent of campaigning in the constituency, which is as big as Melaka.
"I hope to go full swing in the next few days. I was surprised with the strength I have in me and I am grateful for that," he said.
Kamalanathan said he had met all the BN by-election machinery in the constituency and was confident in BN wresting back the seat which was won by Parti Keadilan Rakyat in the 2008 general election.
"I had met about 10,000 voters until yesterday and am looking forward to see another 30,000 to 40,000 by the end of campaiging. I am using 'friendship' as an appproach to get close to voters and that seems to be effective," he said.
He is facing Parti Keadilan Rakyat's Datuk Zaid Ibrahim.
Kamalanathan said he was even more motivated now that Prime Minister and BN chairman Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak would be giving a helping hand for his campaign by visiting the constituency tomorrow.

tunku : this is the man for Hulu Selangor people to elect as their representative.he can just blend in with anyone.he is the type of politician that rakyat can hope to get.we hope kamalanathan will do his best till the last day of campaigning and if he wins, he must work 24/7 for the people and make BN proud of him.we hope the Hulu Selangor voters will vote for him and we hope to see MIC to have more of these type of leaders.

Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Stop Personal Attacks On Zaid, Urge DAP

PENANG, April 19 (Bernama) -- DAP secretary-general Lim Guan Eng today urged Barisan Nasional (BN) to stop personal attacks against Datuk Zaid Ibrahim as respect for "someone who has repented".
He said campaigning for the Hulu Selangor by-election should be clean and morally correct with no attempts to touch on any candidate's personal matters.
"We respect Zaid when he says he has repented and I feel that it sets a good example compared to those who refuse to change," he told reporters here today.
Lim, who is also Penang Chief Minister, said the opposition pact also did not make personal attacks on the BN candidate and instead focused on current issues such as land and corruption.
The Hulu Selangor by-election this Sunday will see a four-cornered contest involving BN candidate P.Kamalanathan, Zaid from PKR and two independent candidates, V.S.Chandran and Johan Mohd Diah.
Yesterday, Zaid was quoted as admitting to being a heavy drinker and reports in a newspaper regarding his past behaviour was said to be old news.

tunku : i guess BN is learning it from the opposition on personal attacks.whenever there is election, the opposition had always attacked the BN candidates this time around they have nothing against Kamalanathan, so they are urging BN to stop attack Zaid.taste your own invented medicine.the funny part is when come to their leaders, they will say that the leader had repented...bertaubat.

Sunday, April 18, 2010

Khalid Ibrahim insulted Hulu Selangor's Muslim

In an interview yesterday, a reporter asked khalid ibrahim the cartoon mb of selangor on why did pkr named zaid ibrahim as its candidate in hulu selangor as zaid is not wanted in his own home state because of his "social" life etc.khalid answer to them was that the Muslim in kelantan different than the Muslim in hulu selangor as in kelantan they are more conservative and pious. does this means that khalid ibrahim trying to say that Muslim in hulu selangor are not pious and don't mind to be represented by a person who is very "social" and for them it is ok for zaid ibrahim to live that kind of life? the Muslim in Hulu Selangor should not be insulted by such comments. this has proven pkr doesn't care about anything as long as they can get some power.the Muslim in Hulu Selangor should not vote for zaid ibrahim at any cost.

Saturday, April 17, 2010

Mugilan: I was offered cash, land to campaign for PR

HULU SELANGOR, April 16 — MIC Youth deputy chief V. Mugilan claimed tonight that he had been offered cash and land rewards, in exchange for supporting Pakatan Rakyat in the coming by-election.
The youth leader, who came at odds with his party when he was accused of attempting steal the candidacy from Datuk G. Palanivel, said that the offer was made yesterday, shortly after Barisan Nasional revealed the name of its candidate, MIC’s information chief P. Kamalanathan.
“I was offered. I am not lying to you, my friends. There was a huge offer to me but I am a party man and I love my party so I was not swayed,” he said in a press conference here at Batang Kali.
He told The Malaysian Insider later that the offer amounted to a whopping cash reward of RM2 million and land to the size of 20ha.
“I received a phone call from a politician, a person who holds a post, who told me that if I am interested, I could meet with him on the same night,” claimed Mugilan but declined to reveal the name of the caller.
He said that he had not lodged a police report on the incident as he did not see the need to do so.
“Why should I? I did not take up the offer. I have no plans to do so,” he said.
He pointed out that he was a party man and did not place much emphasis on his rift with his top party leadership over the candidacy for the by-election.
MIC president Datuk Seri S. Samy Vellu had announced recently that the party would investigate Mugilan for allegedly lobbying to be a candidate and even said he could face a possible sacking.
Mugilan’s name had emerged as a possible candidate after the Umno grassroots rallied behind him as a substitute to MIC deputy president Datuk G. Palanivel.
Mugilan however continued to insist that he had done nothing wrong and said that he had no intention to leave MIC.
“How could I have stolen the candidacy? You think the PM or the DPM have no brains?
“And why should I leave the party, this party is not a ‘sendirian berhad’ — its a party for the people,” he said.
Mugilan also said that he had never once lobbied to be a candidate for the by-election and challenged his accusers to prove him wrong.
He also claimed that he was merely being used as “propaganda material” by certain quarters for the by-election.
“I never lobbied to be a candidate. I never did. Ask anyone, ask the Prime Minister, ask the Deputy Prime Minister.
“I never said that I was interested in contesting,” he said.
He pointed out that Palanivel had been his mentor for years and that the former MP for Hulu Selangor was the one who had introduced him into politics.

tunku : that is why they put zaid ibrahim there as he has lots of cash.they are good at this and they had done this before. i hope someone will make a police report on this revelation from mugilan. we want to know who is the politician that had offered the cash to mugilan.

Thursday, April 15, 2010

PKR's Bakar Arang assemblyman resigns from party

KUALA LUMPUR: PKR's Bakar Arang assemblyman Tan Wei Shu has resigned from the party with immediate effect, but said he would remain as an independent assemblyman.
Tan said on Thursday that he made the decision to stay as an independant because certain PKR leaders had used him "for their own interests."
He added that all sorts of allegations had been thrown at him, including him not being fit and not doing his work.

tunku : so what is the numbers count now? some moron said "we have the numbers and it's increasing by the hours", what a lie,but then again only fools are fooled by the moron.

PKR to stop publishing defamatory news of Perak MB

KUALA LUMPUR: Parti Keadilan Rakyat and two others gave an undertaking to Perak Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Dr Zambry Abd Kadir not to continue publishing a defamatory article in the party’s monthly newspaper Suara Keadilan.
High Court Judicial Commissioner Dr Prasad Sandosham Abraham recorded the consent order for the parties Wednesday.

tunku : why people still want to read suara keadilan when it is proven that they only publish defamatory articles and lies.stop reading it and stop believing parti keadilan which is full of lies.

Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Pas To Act Against wolves In Sheep's Clothing In Party

KOTA BAHARU, April 12 (Bernama) -- Kelantan PAS will not hesitate to act against party members who are "wolves in sheep's clothing" by leaking party secrets to the public.
Its Deputy Commissioner III, Datuk Mohd Amar Nik Abdullah, said Kelantan PAS would conduct a thorough internal investigation into claims of the existence of such party members before ridding the party of negative elements.
"Before that, we want to ensure whether there is any truth in the claims made through the blogsites," he told reporters after closing a dress code seminar, here, Monday.
Mohd Amar, who is also the state Islamic Development, Education and Propagation Committee chairman, was asked to comment on claims that there were party members who were "wolves in sheep's clothing" because they divulged party secrets to the public.
Local newspapers recently revealed a blogsite report which said that there were PAS leaders who tried to leak party secrets when it was conducting a post-mortem of the 2004 general election results, until the matter was exposed in the blog, Kickdefella.
Mohd Amar said PAS would not easily accept things being said about the party in poison-pen letters or the blogs without conducting a thorough internal investigation first.
On Gua Musang member of parliament Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah's clarification on his stand that he was not willing to be a negotiator for the Kelantan government over the oil royalty issue with the federal government, he said:
"It's up to him and perhaps he was explaining himself following the confusion that arose over his earlier statement on the matter."
Mohd Amar said the state government was sticking to its stand of appointing the former Petronas chairman (Tengku Razaleigh) as its representative in discussions on oil royalty although the federal government had already stated it would not pay oil royalty to Kelantan.
Asked whether the appointment letter had been sent to Tengku Razaleigh, he said he did not know, as this should be handled by state Economic Planning, Finance and Welfare Committee chairman, Datuk Husam Musa.

tunku : that means kelantan pas is full of dirt. they are so afraid that their misdeeds will be exposed.if they are innocent the matter of wolves in sheep's cloth will not arise at all. kelantan pas should clean up their act first before acting against those who are exposing their dirts to the public.if the boss can accept "sponsor" for performing haj/umrah, asking 'sponsors' for giving timber consessions,what else can we say about others? about Ku Li, it is a very desperate move by kelantan pas government to appoint him as the state representative to discuss on oil royalty even though declined by him.there's no one capable in the govenrment so they have to beg Ku Li no matter what.

Monday, April 12, 2010

Race Factor Not Considered When Choosing PKR Candidate, Says Khalid

SHAH ALAM, April 11 (Bernama) -- Selangor Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) liaison chief, Tan Sri Abdul Khalid Ibrahim, said PKR did not give importance to race when selecting its candidate for the Hulu Selangor parliamentary by-election on April 25.
He said PKR would merely choose the "best" candidate who would be dedicated, hardworking and strive for the betterment of the people and voters of the constituency.
"No need to politicise the issue (of race) when selecting the best candidate for an election. This is a political matter. The issue (of race) shouldn't be seen as a "sandiwara politik pilihan raya" (an election political drama).
"We in PKR do not look at that aspect (race) but instead look for an eligible candidate who can win the hearts and minds of the voters in Hulu Selangor," Khalid told reporters after launching the Selangor-level People's Tuition Programme, near here, on Sunday.
Khalid was responding to a statement made by Umno information chief Datuk Ahmad Maslan in a Malay daily which challenged PKR to field a non-Malay candidate for the Hulu Selangor by-election in an attempt to give fairness to all races in that constituency.
Voters in Hulu Selangor will go to the polls on April 25 to elect a new member of parliament following the death of the incumbent, Datuk Dr Zainal Abidin Ahmad of PKR on March 25. BN will field a candidate from the MIC in the by-election, nomination for which is on April 17.
Khalid, who is Selangor Menteri Besar, said Pakatan Rakyat (PR) leaders would meet in the next two days to decide on the "right" candidate, expected to be announced on Tuesday night.
On another note, Khalid said the state government spent RM3.4 million each year for the People's Tuition Programme and about 5,600 pupils in the state benefited from the programme every year.

tunku : race issue is a very important as we need all the races to have enough voice in the parliament,so saying that race factor is not considered when choosing for candidates is not a right thing to say.don't tell us that pkr don't have credible Indian leader to be the candidate in Hulu Selangor? if they want the votes they will promise moon and sky but when come to power distibuting, they conquer all by themselves. i wonder if BN had said this, the pakatan will surely create havoc and shouting,screaming up and down from Perlis to Sabah that BN is not giving opportunity to other races but when they do it it's all ok and not wrong.

Saturday, April 10, 2010

Abdullah Elected To The Board Of Boao Forum For Asia

KUALA LUMPUR, April 9 (Bernama) -- Former Prime Minister Tun Abdullah Ahmad Badawi was on Fridaty elected to the board of Boao Forum for Asia (BFA).
Besides Abdullah, eight other newly-elected members are former Japanese Prime Minister Yasuo Fukuda, former Russian Prime Minister Viktor Chernomyrdin, Singapore Senior Minister Goh Chok Tong, former U.S. Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson, Li & Fung Group Chairman Victor K. Fung, China's Hainan Vice Governor Jiang Sixian, former French Prime Minister Jean-Pierre Raffarin and Mitsubishi Corporation Chairman Mikio Sasaki.
Their nominations were approved at the BFA board meeting held before the forum's three-day annual conference which started Friday in Boao in China's southern province of Hainan, according to a statement from Abdullah's office.
Abdullah, who is in China to attend the forum, also met China's Vice President Xi Jinping Friday.
Tun Abdullah will be one of the panellists for the session "Beyond Chiang Mai Initiative: Regional Financial Cooperation in Asia" on Sunday.
This year's BFA annual conference, themed "Green Recovery: Asia's Realistic Choice for Sustainable Growth", attracts nearly 2,000 delegates from Asia and other parts of the world.
Established in 2001, the forum is a pan-Asian dialogue on issues affecting Asia and the world.

tunku : waste of taxpayer's money to send pak lah. there are more capable people out there who have brain and motivation.sending pak lah for a forum abroad is just like giving him a paid vacation.what can he contributes when he had ruined this country during his tenure as the prime minister?

Friday, April 9, 2010

Sibu MP and Dep Transport Minister Robert Lau dies

KUALA LUMPUR: Sibu MP and Deputy Transport Minister Datuk Robert Lau Hoi Chew,(pic) 67, died Friday after battling liver cancer.
Lau's death will see the 11th by-election in the country since the last general election in March, 2008. His private secretary, Peter Hu, told Bernama that Lau died at his home here at 11.10am and arrangements were being made to take his body back to his home town in Sibu.
He left behind his wife, Datin Janet Lau Ung Hie, and three children.
Lau, who came from a prominent business family in Sibu, was elected MP for Sibu in 1990 and retained the seat for five terms under the Barisan Nasional. He was allocated the seat under the Sarawak United People's Party (SUPP).
The SUPP vice-president was appointed deputy housing and local government minister in March 2004, a portfolio which he retained after the general election in 2008.
However, after Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak took office as prime minister in April last year, he was made the deputy transport minister in a minor cabinet reshuffle.
Lau was once given the nickname, "toilet king", for his tireless effort to create a culture of cleanliness in public toilets in the country during his stint at the local government and housing minister.
Lau's elder brother, Datuk Lau Hui Siong, a prominent businessman and founder of conglomerate KTS Group, which is involved in the timber and media industries including the Borneo Post, Utusan Borneo and Oriental Daily, died in Ocobert 2004, also due to cancer.
In the last general election, Lau retained the mostly-urban Bandar Sibu parliamentary seat with a 3,235-vote majority in a three-cornered fight with Lim Chin Chuang (PKR) and Sarawak DAP Chairman Wong Ho Leng. - Bernama


Thursday, April 8, 2010

Cook gets one year, whipping for consuming liquor.

KUANTAN, April 7 (Bernama) -- The Syariah High Court here on Wednesday sentenced a cook to a year's jail and six strokes of the rotan for consuming liquor.
Mohd Sabri Zulkepli, 24, pleaded guilty to committing the offence at the Kuantan Parade shopping complex at 5.30pm on Feb 13.
Judge Datuk Abdul Rahman Md Yunos said the sentence, which he ordered to run from the date of arrest on Feb 13, was to serve as a lesson to him to repent for what he had done.
In mitigation Mohd Sabri, who was unrepresented, pleaded for leniency, saying that he earned only RM550 a month as a cook.
Syarie deputy public prosecutor Farhana Md Yusuf appeared for the prosecution.

tunku : i don't understand why different punishment for different people for the same offence that is consuming liquor in the public.Kartika was punished with a penalty of RM5000 and 6 strokes of rotan but in the end because of to much "hoo haa" and publicity she escaped the punishment and was ordered to do some community service at Rumah Kanak-kanak Tengku Ampuan Fatimah for three weeks only. Why this guy Mohd Sabri can be punished the same way as Kartika? May be he did not get the publicity from the media and all the "hoo haa". Why the double standard here? kartika was given so much publicity that people forgotten the sin she had committed and start making her as a star.

Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Anwar the Liar

Anwar Claims Presence Of Israeli Agents At Bukit Aman

KUALA LUMPUR, April 6 (Bernama) -- Opposition Leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim Tuesday claimed that there were Israeli agents present at the Federal Police Headquarters in Bukit Aman.
Anwar, in his debate at the Dewan Rakyat, said he had documents that Israeli intelligence had access to the country's strategic information through a company, Asiasoft (M) Sdn Bhd, which was a sub-contractor for the project to upgrade the communications system and technology at the federal police headquarters.
Asiasoft was a company registered in Singapore and based in Tel Aviv, Israel, said Anwar (PKR-Permatang Pauh) when debating the Supplementary Supply Bill (2009) 2010.
He claimed that the presence of two former Israeli military officers in the company was known to the country's top police officer as well as the then Home Minister, Datuk Seri Syed Hamid Albar.
Anwar said Syed Hamid was briefed on the matter on Nov 23, 2008 at the VIP Room, KL International Airport (KLIA).
Anwar's statement prompted Syed Hamid (BN-Kota Tinggi), who was present at the sitting today, to stand up and claim that Anwar was making an assumption and a slanderous statement because many of the facts he had presented were not valid.
"Yang Berhormat mentioned that I was there (at the meeting at the VIP Room, KLIA), that's a lie. I attend many meetings, so you have to be specific on the meeting, don't mislead the House," Syed Hamid said.
Speaking to reporters at the Parliament lobby later, Anwar said he would write a letter to the Yang di-Pertuan Agong, Tuanku Mizan Zainal Abidin, requesting that the Meeting of the Conference of Rulers intervene to revoke the government contract with the consultant firm, Apco Worldwide, which he claimed to have links with Israel.

tunku : anwar is at his best and that is telling lies.he is trying hard to divert the problems surrounding him by making false accusation at the government.he is just telling tales in the parliament as he knows of the immunity he has in the House.if he is gentlemen enough he should provide the evidence with his accusations.right now,he's just using fake documents to fools people out there by using false letter heads etc.the police had asked anwar to make a report so that they can investigate, we hope the moron will do so .

Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Ministry, Bernama To Launch Book On Tun Abdullah Tomorrow

KUALA LUMPUR, April 6 (Bernama) -- The Information Communication and Culture Ministry and the Malaysian National News Agency (Bernama) will launch a coffee table book on former prime minister Tun Abdullah Ahmad Badawi, titled "Pak Lah", Wednesday.
Bernama Photo Marketing Manager Azizul Ahmad said the book contained pictures of Abdullah attending official functions as the country's fifth Prime Minister between 2003 and last year as well as personal events during the period.
Tun Abdullah and wife Tun Jeanne Abdullah will be the guests of honour at the launching and they will be accompanied by Information Communication and Culture Minister Datuk Seri Dr Rais Yatim.
"The book is in recognition of his contribution to the country and to foster understanding towards the country's history among Malaysians," he told Bernama.
The 308-page book is in dual-language -- Malay and English -- and has seven chapters namely Constitutional Monarchy, Family, Politics, Social Activities, Media and International Relations.
Azizul said the book is tentatively priced at RM200 each. For the time being, however, the book is in limited and exclusive edition.
The public are invited to the launch at Auditorium Perdana, Angkasapuri, at 10.30am.

tunku : don't miss the opportunity to get this most precious book.we hope the information ministry will subsidized the book so that every Malaysian can have the book and will learn about the mistakes made by pak lah when he became the pm so that others will not do the same mistake.i wonder if in that book it tells us how to sleep while attending meetings or functions??

Monday, April 5, 2010

Nik Aziz denies donations-for-timber-concessions allegation

KOTA BAHARU, April 4 (Bernama) -- Kelantan Menteri Besar Datuk Nik Abdul Aziz Nik Mat denied on Sunday that the state government required companies wanting timber concessions to make a donation to the PAS-led state government.
As far as he knew the state government did not subscribe to such a policy, the PAS Spiritual Leader said after he had flagged off a convoy of 1,300 riders of high-powered motorcycles at the compound of the Sultan Mohammad IV Stadium, here.
Nik Abdul Aziz was asked to comment on a report on the Kickdefella blog alleging that every applicant of timber concession and the pledged donation would be announced at the pre-council meeting or meeting of the state executive council.
On the motorcycle convoy, Nik Abdul Aziz said that while being a recreational activity it was also a healthy pursuit and beneficial in terms of tourism.

tunku : if it is done by nik aziz or pas or the opposition all is clean and legal but not BN. i wonder why macc is too slow to investigate this old man especially when there is enough evidence that he was given a free haj trip with his family by a company that has interest in the state's project.may be macc dare not "touch" nik aziz.we hope that macc will investigate and take action without FEAR and FAVOUR. where else nik aziz can get fund if it is not from the timber concession?

Saturday, April 3, 2010

NEM Fulfils 1Malaysia Concept, Says Dr Mahathir

PETALING JAYA, April 2 (Bernama) -- Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad said on Friday the New Economic Model (NEM) launched by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Abdul Razak on Tuesday fulfilled the 1Malaysia concept as it encompasses all the races.
The former prime minister said the introduction of the NEM showed that Najib understood the needs of all races in the country, including the Malays.
"I think he understands the need to cater to all communities and not forgetting his own community," he told reporters after launching the book and art exhibition 'Painted-Axioms of Life Experiences" by the Vice-Chancellor of the International University College of Nursing, Prof Datuk Dr Hashim Yaacob, at Subang Jaya, near here.
Also present at the function was Dr Mahathir's wife, Tun Dr Siti Hasmah Mohamad Ali.
The NEM was implemented to boost the national economy so that Malaysia would become a developed nation by the year 2020 and subsequently raise the income of the whole population.
When asked on the by-election for the Hulu Selangor Parliamentary seat to be held on April 25, Dr Mahathir expressed his fear on the selection of the Barisan Nasional (BN) candidate to wrest the seat from the opposition.
As such, he hoped the BN would field a suitable candidate who could be accepted by the constituents.
On the first anniversary of Najib's leadership as the Prime Minister, Dr Mahathir said the one-year period was insufficient to gauge the leadership and changes brought by Najib.
"One year is insufficient to make an assessment. One year is for the person to learn his job," he said.
Dr Mahathir said the new policies and planning introduced by Najib could only be evaluated once they had been successfully implemented and had achieved results.

photo courtesy from DS Najib's facebook.

tunku : Tun Mahathir endorsed Najib's policies is a sign that Najib is heading on a right path.We all Malaysian should give Najib a chance.In a year, there have been so many policies introduced by Najib and the next two years it must show it's results.Najib must ensure that all the implementation of those policies implemented fast and transparently.

Friday, April 2, 2010

AL FATIHAH - Din Beramboi Died.

Din Beramboi meninggal dunia
02/04/2010 1:44am

KUALA LUMPUR 2 April - Pelawak popular dan penyampai radio Era, Mior Ahmad Fuad Mior Badri meninggal dunia di Hospital Selayang, lewat malam tadi.
Allahyarham yang dikenali sebagai Din Beramboi menghembuskan nafas terakhir di Unit Rawatan Rapi (ICU) pukul 12.30 malam.
Menurut adik Allahyarham, Rozana Mior Badri, semua ahli keluarga berada di sisi Allahyarham kecuali ayahnya yang tidak dapat hadir.
Katanya, Allahyarham meninggal dunia akibat demam denggi berdarah yang menyebabkan beberapa organ badannya gagal berfungsi.
‘‘Jenazah abang saya akan dikebumikan di Tanah Perkuburan Taman Ehsan, Kepong di sini sebelum solat Jumaat,’’ katanya ketika ditemui di hospital itu, malam ini. - Utusan

KUALA LUMPUR, 2 APRIL 2010: Setelah hampir sejam bertarung nyawa, pelawak dan penyampai radio Era FM, Din Beramboi telah kembali ke rahmatullah kira-kira jam 12.30 tengah malam tadi.
Allahyarham Din Beramboi atau nama sebenarnya Mior Ahmad Fuad Mior Badri, 44, sebelum ini dimasukan ke Unit Rawatan Rapi (ICU), Hospital Selayang kerana disyaki menghidap kejutan denggi berdarah pada 29 Mac 2010.
Pemergian arwah telah disahkan oleh adik iparnya, Shariffudin Che Man, 37, yang mengumumkan kematian arwah sejurus selepas beliau keluar dari wad ICU.
Turut berada disamping arwah ketika pemergiannya ialah ahli keluarga serta tiga orang rakan artis iaitu Azwan Ali, Zul Yahya dan Ifa Raziah.
Jenazah Allahyarham akan dibawa pulang ke rumah keluarga isterinya, di Taman Ehsan, Kepong sebelum dikebumikan di Tanah Perkuburan Islam Frim, sebelum solat Jumaat.
Allahyarham meninggalkan seorang balu Suhaini Che Man dan 3 orang anak Nil Aina,17, Mior Syafiq Aridhuan,12 dan Nir


Thursday, April 1, 2010

Dirty Kit Siang

Kit Siang Has Bad Intention, Says Muhyiddin

KUALA LUMPUR, March 31 (Bernama) -- Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin said DAP adviser Lim Kit Siang had bad intention in challenging him to admit that he is a Malaysian first, Malay second.
Muhyiddin, who is also Barisan Nasional (BN) deputy chairman and Umno deputy president, said Lim only wanted to hurt his relationship with Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak.
"Kit Siang has a wicked intention as he himself does not support the 1Malaysia concept," he said after meeting with NUTP (National Union of the Teaching Profession) representatives at parliament building on Wednesday.
Lim, who is Ipoh Timur MP, today challenged the deputy prime minister to quit his post if he fails to admit he is Malaysian first, Malay second, hence not being in tune with the 1Malaysia concept mooted by Najib.
Muhyiddin said by issuing the challenge, Lim was trying to attack the 1Malaysia concept which he did not support but had gone down well with the people.
He said he had previously stated in the Dewan Rakyat when explaining the concept that when a leader spoke on his community, it did not mean that he did not support the 1Malaysia concept which was based on the Federal Constitution and Rukun Negara, among others.
"It is not wrong for any leader to struggle for the interest of his own race. Don't tell me that Kit Siang does not struggle for the Chinese community.
"It does not mean that if we help the Malays, we don't help the Chinese. We help all communities."
Muhyiddin questioned Lim's challenge to him as not only did he not support the 1Malaysia concept as he was championing 'Middle Malaysia', the DAP was also regarded as a chauvinist party dominated by one race.
He also challenged Lim to prove that the DAP's Middle Malaysia policy had the support of all parties in the opposition pact.
"I will now bow to his demand. He can repeat (his challenge) a thousand times. I am a Malay first but being Malay doesn't mean you are not Malaysian. I don't think Kit Siang will understand," said Muhyiddin.
When mentioned to him that Lim had said that we was Malaysian first, Chinese second, Muhyiddin said anyone could say anything but was important was the person's real stand.

tunku : at least muhyiddin is sincere when he said he's a malay first, malaysian second. lim kit siang will say this in different way in front of different audience.we challenge lim kit siang if he and the rest really feels that they are malaysian first , chinese second, let abolish all the vernacular system school and we have only 1 school for all Malaysian.will he support that? the answer is obviously NEVER. kit siang should mean it when he says that he's malaysian first....don't just say it just for the sake to take on others.just look at indonesia and thailand, the chinese or other races there speaks only the national language and even their name are in thai or indonesian. can kit siang and others do that here? again NEVER. so you better shut your mouth up kit siang.mean what you say and walk the talk.we have been leaving in peace all these years , don't create tense unnecessarily.