Revealing anything swept under the carpet and unmasking the sweepers.
Polis now catching people who trying to be funny with cartoons.Either they have lost their sense of humour or 'ikut perintah'.
Anwar may say anything he likes, but PKR is not Anwar although Anwar wishes PKR is just about him. Let PKR evolve beyond the personality of just one person. Lest he forget, he came from UMNO too and has not fully shed himself of his less admirable qualities from his UMNO days.
unker jho low, it's okay. sometimes he also made bad investments. hehehe
a leader spoke these words...responsibility, accountability...for your listening enlightenment in your Malaysian journey .http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xhZk8ronces
Read another sensationalised piece of same article, reproduced by Wong Choon Mei of Malaysia Chronicle to deliberately point fingers at Zaid Ibrahim at every corner. This is gutter journalism! She often utters alot of rubbish. Read what she wrote here...http://www.malaysia-chronicle.com/2010/09/anwar-no-umno-culture-in-pkr-but-maybe.html
Performance Management and Delivery Unit (Pemandu) CEO Idris Jala himself had said that 92 per cent of funding for the ETP programme would come from the private sector. He said the private sector would be the ETP’s backbone. This means the private sector — local businessmen, you, me, we are going to foot the bill. On the one hand, you tell us that the ETP will save Malaysia in 10 years, but on the other, you say the government has no money and the ETP would have to rely on the private sector. So I ask myself, if we, the private sector, are the ones who can save this country, and you, in the government, have no money to do so, then why do we need the BN?
Muhyiddin Yassin of “Malay first” declaration claimed that he did not have the power to punish two school principals for uttering racial slurs.What kind of deputy prime minister and the Education Minister at that, would have no power to take action against these school principals.If you have no power, then you have no right to be the deputy prime minister. Go away!
precisely mat selamat,bn/umno/apco go fly kites and get lost.
Until recently, MaIays were asked to be suspicious of the non-Malay's political and economic agenda, less the Malays become an outcast in Malaysia. Today Malays are asked to be cautious of PAS, for its willingness to work with DAP and make unislamic decisions. Why is it alright for UMNO to work with non Malay parties within Barisan, but wrong for PAS to co-operate with non muslim parties, particularly DAP? What exactly is TDM trying to tell the Malays?
Finally MCA had made a correct decision. The decision to dispose off 3.6% share in the Worldwide Chinese Media which controlled Nanyang Siangpau etc proved that the decision to control media in 2001 is a wrong move. Any Chinese media if acquired by MCA will face strong resistent and ridicule from the community. The story happened to ” Tong Pau” & “Sin Min Daily” which eventually gone into History shows that the people want the media to remain righteous, impartial and dare to be a voice that can advocate public interest without fear or favour.MCA bought Nanyang at the whopping RM202 millions and yesterday sold the remaining share at RM47.88 millions. MCA members should take heed of this lesson and urge their leadership to cease controlling the press including ” The Star” if MCA still believe in freedom of press.
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