Saturday, May 17, 2008

The Dr. M's Sandiwara

"This man is the closest resemblance to evil. For 22 long years he’s been an unremorseful dictator and till now, he’s still twisting all his wrongdoings and making it sounds like reasonable.

His press statement definitely insults the people’s intelligence and judging by his son’s undying ambition to become a youth leader, he really thinks his family can carry on to rule the nation for many more generations.

Malaysians must stop this man and his family from continuing to rob the nation."

Dr M: Iskandar not good for Malays

Former Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad today criticised the move to allow Singaporeans to buy land in the Iskandar Development Region.
"Eventually, Iskandar will be filled with all sorts of people, except the Malays who will become a minority, just like the Malays in Singapore, he said.

Tony: How stupid. While getting investor into Malaysia is not good, getting illegals to be our "tuan" is good?
Sarah: The people are not stupid. Stop playing the racial card. Do you have nothing else to debate on and this is your final throw of dice?
Pak Don: Mamat ni, bodoh lah. Tak berguna.
Illegal Indons: Yeah yeah! Correct. Singaporeans are no good. We are better. Give us bumi. Give us bumi status. We'll vote for you and protect your interest.

Be a Malay gentleman and go, Dr M tells Pak Lah

Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad continued his attacks on Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi, telling him to be a Malay gentleman by stepping down from his post following the March 8 political tsunami. The former Prime Minister said he was ready to offer 100 tips on how Umno and the people could get Abdullah to quit.

“If you were to see him, just tell him point blank: ‘Turun la awak, awak yang hancurkan parti’ (You better step down, you are the one who ruined the party).

Jackal: Clearly this asshole is playing his final card to save his own ass for the Lingam screw-up.
Ani: What's next? Why not we offer you an important tip which is to dig a hole and put your head in it.
Joe: What a desperate measure. Look at him. Low class.
Mahadi: Pak Na must step down. Turun lah, turun lah.

Dr Mahathir dares government to charge him

Former Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad is not worried that he has been named as one of the six under probe for a conspiracy to manipulate the appointment of judges.

Mahadi: In the meantime, I'm going to Zimbabwe. :)
Bob: Is he holding something against some people which is why he dare to challenge them? Those people in order to protect themselves would end up protecting him. Bloody old fox.

EC chief Abdul Rashid Abdul Rahman: Cabinet disapproved of indelible ink

It appears that the cabinet had a hand in the last minute cancellation in the use of indelible ink during the March 8 general election.

(The Star) KUALA LUMPUR: It was the Cabinet that did not approve the use of indelible ink during the March 8 election, Election Commission (EC) chairman Tan Sri Abdul Rashid Abdul Rahman disclosed Saturday.

He said he was told to take responsibility for agreeing to it.

"The Cabinet gave two very strong reasons why they did not agree to it – security and the law - Article 119, concerning the basic right for everyone to vote, and I agreed with them," he said.

It’s not easy being EC chairperson. I took the rap over the years,” Abdul Rashid said, adding that the commission wanted a review of election regulations.

He said that the commission should have a bigger control over the electoral process under Article 113 to Article 120 of the Federal Constitution.

“This would give us power to control abuses. One important aspect that has to be looked into immediately is the registration of electors registration,” Abdul Rashid said after launching the National Seminar on Elections 2008; Democracy at Work.

He said another power lacking in the EC was the power to take court action.

“When people say the wrong things we should be able to sue. A lot of scandalous things have been thrown about, including from the media, the mainstream or alternative media.

“They must be made to pay for the things they say because most of the things they have been saying are not true” he said.

Najis: We deny, we deny! We are fair. We are always fair. Ok. We acted abit rashly but we are fair. Err....! Opss! Anyway, indelible ink not necessary. Election is fair and clean in Malaysia.

Rembau Cowboy Harry Kamaluddin: We are fair. We didnt use phantom voters. I won it cleanly. :). Dont believe all these claims. Oppositions are playing political game here.

The Cheapskate Joker: Busted! Check out the hand sign below later!

The people: Not surprising at all. We knew all along the election wasn't fair.

Other news:

Datuk John Ghani: Dont call them frogs

Kuala Lumpur will be making a grave mistake to brand Sabah Barisan Nasional (BN) leaders frogs just because they are demanding what Malaysians in the State had been asking for all this while, said veteran politician Datuk John Ghani, Friday.

The former Independent Assemblyman for Kuala Penyu said recent developments where MPs and political leaders from Sabah had been more open and vociferous in voicing out issues that affect the State was not surprising based on the present political scenario.

"Don't make a mistake by concluding that Sabah leaders are those who simply like to switch parties. What they are saying is the reality in the State, which they have been unable to voice out for quite a long time.

"It is quite disappointing to hear leaders in Kuala Lumpur saying Sabahans have no stand. This is not the case," said John, one of those instrumental in helping Umno spread its wings to Sabah in 1994.

Najis: No one is jumping ship. I deny, I deny, I deny. No, no, no.
Doctor: Are you ok? You seem to have the denial syndrome.

What a pile of rubbish!


ilovepakatan said...

I wanna see what Barisan have got to say about this.

Anonymous said...

This country is screwed up! For so long we've been sleeping and now all of a sudden everyone is awake to find the bitter truth.

Hani said...

I like the photo of Dr M vs Pak Lah. Very cool.

faisal said...

This is haywire. EC is questionable, Ex-PM got into trouble, political situation hanging in the balance and more.

We need stability back before it hurts the economy. Some people just need to drop their personal agenda over here. Work for the country, damn it.

Anonymous said...

Ladies and Gentlemen,

And the oscar goes to: Mamakthir

Applause! applause!

Barisan said...

If they ever jump ship to Pakatan, they are indeed brainless frogs.

BN government is stable and will develop Sabah further. They just needed time to settle down with issues.

As for the EC issue on the indelible ink, there must be some valid reason why the cabinet rejected the use. I dont see anything wrong with it. I dont think it was a deliberate attempt. Judging by the enthusiasm of the opposition to guard the situation, how many phantom voters can you create? I think the people still vote strongly for BN. It's just sour grape trying to stir up some issues.

Edry said...

That's right Barisan. I dont think indelible ink has anything to do to hamper the election result. The people clearly still favor Barisan ahead of the opposition. Yes, they may want to teach Barisan a lesson but I'm sure they do not fully trust PAS and DAP to takeover.

ilovepakatan said...

There you go, stupid people giving stupid thoughts

Anonymous said...

LOL. Barisan and Edry is so unbelievable. Keep up your stupidity. I wanna continue laughing. Thanks guys.

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