Monday, November 28, 2011


"If the opposition thinks they can march to Putrajaya,

forget about it."

"If the EC is sincere, it should redraw all the constituencies,

this is not gerrymandering,

this is outright cheating."


He that’s cheated and allows himself to be cheated all this while is an accomplice with the cheater.



Anonymous said...

BN's Boleh Achievement:

1. PKFZ RM12bill

2. Submarine RM500mil

3. Sime Darby RM964mil

4. Paya Indah Westland RM88mil

5. Posmalaysia (transmile) RM230mil lost

6. Eurocopter deal RM1bil waste?

7. Terengganu Stadium Collapsed RM292mil

8. MRR2 repair cost RM70mil

9. Maybank Overpay for BII RM4bil

10. Tourism -NYY kickback RM10mil

11. 3 paintings bought by MAS - RM 1.5M

12. Overpayment by Sport Ministry — RM 8.4M

13. London 's white elephant sports complex - RM 70M

14. MRR2 Repairs RM 70M

15. MATRADE repairs – RM 120M

16. Cost of new plane used by PM – RM 200M

17. InventQ irrecoverable debt — RM 228M

18. Compensation for killing crooked bridge —– RM 257M

20. Lost in selling Augusta —RM 510M

21. Worth of AP given out in a year — RM 1.8B

22. Submarines (future Muzium Negara artifacts)- RM 4.1B

23. PSC Naval dockyard - RM 6.75B

24. The Bank Bumiputra twin scandals in the early 1980s saw US$1 billion (RM3.2 billion in 2008 ringgit)

25. The Maminco attempt to corner the world tin market in the 1980s
is believed to have cost some US$500 million. (RM1.6 billion)

26. Betting in foreign exchange futures cost Bank Negara Malaysia
RM30 billion in the 1990s.

27. Perwaja Steel resulted in losses of US$800 million (RM2.56 billion).

28. Use of RM10 billion public funds in the Valuecap Sdn.Bhd. operation to shore up the stock market

29. Banking scandal of RM700 million losses in Bank Islam

30. The sale of M.V. Agusta by Proton for one Euro making a loss of €75.99 million (RM 348 million)

Still believe in 1malaysia?
It will lead you to Greek tragedy!

zorro said...

Anon132pm....timely contribution. I had forgotten some of them. Will archive these for GE campaign. Thanks brother/sista.

Malaysia Baru1 said...

GE13: Bersih backs MCLM’s stand
Malaysia cannot go to the polls with the electoral roll in its current state, says Bersih 2.0 chairperson S Ambiga

PETALING JAYA: Bersih 2.0 chairperson, S Ambiga, has thrown her support behind the Malaysia Civil Liberties Movement’s (MCLM) stand to prevent the next general elections from proceeding before the necessary reforms are put in place.
On Saturday MCLM president, Haris Ibrahim, said that MCLM had received “credible information” that Parliament will be dissolved on November 11 and that polling day would be fixed for December 10.
He pointed out that any elections called before the Parliamentary Select Committee (PSC) had completed its work will not be free and fair.
Haris said MCLM will take all steps necessary to stop the general elections from proceeding before reforms are put in place.
“Bersih 2.0 completely understands why MCLM has taken this stand,” Ambiga told FMT.
“They had done so based on information that the prime minister (Najib Tun Razak) will be calling for elections before implementing electoral reforms.”

‘PSC an eyewash’
Last week the Election Commission (EC) told an online news portal that it would be conducting a briefing exercise for its electoral officers and is expected to complete it by the end of this month.
Previously the nation went to the polls five months after the training was completed but the EC has remained mum over whether it is at the tail-end of preparations for the next general elections.
Ambiga heavily stressed the importance of electoral reform and that Malaysia cannot go to the polls with the electoral roll in its current state.
“There is certainly a feeling that there was no genuine intention to reform and that the PSC was just an eyewash.
“The rakyat will definitely feel misled.”
“We accepted the setting up of the PSC in good faith and it will be a letdown for the rakyat if the elections proceed without any electoral reform,” she said grimly.
Ambiga confirmed that she, as well as other Bersih 2.0 Steering Committee members, will be turning up at Parliament on November 11 when the PSC holds its first public hearing there.

‘Rakyat will rise’
Solidariti Anak Muda Malaysia (SAMM) meanwhile has warned of the “largest mobilisation of rakyat” if polls are held before any reforms are in place.
In a press statement SAMM reminded the government of the rising power of the people as clearly seen in Middle East earlier this year.
“The government alleged to have tremendous support but in truth the people have rejected the ruling regime on factors of oppression and abuse of public trust,” it pointed out.
“In the end the government collapsed even after it won a great victory in the elections of their own creation. This is what happens to regimes that deny democracy and sell the country’s sovereignty in order to remain in power.”
Both MCLM and SAMM slammed recent “negative developments” in the wake of the promised poll reforms such as the granting of citizenship to foreigners as well as directives for nurses and Rela members to use postal votes.
“Be assured that people are losing patience…,” SAMM warned.
“If no convincing electoral reforms are made before polls are called we promise the largest mobilization of people.
“We do not rule out the possibility of the people rising to ensure the collapse of the regime so that fair and clean elections can take place and this country can be saved.
“Thus we are giving an ultimatum to Najib to only call for elections after electoral reforms are in place or face the power of the people.

flyer168 said...


An old Chinese proverb says:

“If you are thinking a year ahead, sow a seed.

If you are thinking 10 years ahead, plant a tree.

If you are thinking 100 years ahead, educate the people.”

"If the World Series runs until election day, the networks will run the first one-half inning and project the winner." - Lindsey Nelson

"At 15 I focused on learning;
At 30 I stood up;
At 50 I understood the will of heaven;
At 60 I listen...

'Confucius - Truth is not determined by majority vote.'" ~Doug Gwyn

Yes, MCLM & Bersih ABU for all voters.


Anonymous said...

GE12 2008 Results:
BN Popular votes 51.4 %, Parliamentary seats won 63%
PR Popular votes 47.8 %, Parliamentary seats won 37 %

This is an unfair electoral system. Whoever wins the rural sector becomes the Government. It marginalizes the urban voters. It is obviously in favor of BN. The electoral panel should address this - re-draw the constituency boundaries!

Anonymous said...

The list is brief, many bloggers could provide more.
After Mamaktir, lying &cheating have become a fine art of UMNO who lie to the Malays while stealing them blind.
Heard Mamaktir had gone back to Kerala to prepare himself for post-GE13 escape. Maybe, he will revert back to be an Indian and start a bumiputra Indian policy in Kerala against some other races residing there.

Anonymous said...

Since Najib recognised that 70% of Msians live in urban areas, he has a moral obligation to ensure 70% of parlimentary seats are in urban area. Right?