Saturday, May 24, 2008

The Bolehland Daily: Anwar says it again: We have the numbers

(Malaysiakini) Anwar Ibrahim says it again. Pakatan Rakyat has the numbers to take control of the federal government from the Barisan Nasional. Addressing a PKR dinner in Kuching last night, the Pakatan de facto leader said many things were happening which made many Barisan MPs unhappy but they dared not speak out in Parliament.

The Barisan MPs could speak out if they join Pakatan, he added. The former DPM said under the BN's long rule, a lot of things were going wrong which had put Malaysia way behind many other countries, such as Singapore and even Indonesia and Thailand , in terms of the economy, except for the corruption index which was going up.

Figures from Jeffrey

The current leadership crisis in Umno and the continuing demands especially by component parties in Sabah are threatening to chip away the ruling coalition's majority, and it is the frustrated Barisan MPs from Peninsular Malaysia, Sabah and Sarawak that are now the targets of Pakatan. As Anwar repeated his ‘number’ claim, one of his party’s veeps came out with some 'figures', as if to lend credence to the claim. Dr Jeffrey Kitingan told Malaysiakini last night the numbers come from Sabah, Sarawak and Peninsular Malaysia, almost equal in number for each of them.

According to Jeffrey who is also Sabah PKR deputy chief, the first batch of Barisan MPs to join Pakatan will take place either at the end of May or early next month.

This would be followed by those in the peninsula, he said, adding that Sarawak MPs would be the last to follow suit.

Anwar had earlier said that when forming the government, political stability was important just as immediate attention must be paid to the economy.

He repeated pledges to increase oil/gas revenue for Sarawak, Sabah and Terengganu from the present 5% to 20% should Pakatan form the government at the centre as well as reduce oil prices, saying this was possible because Malaysia, unlike Singapore and Thailand, is an oil exporting country, like the oil-producing and exporting Middle East countries where petrol prices for the local consumer market are low.

“You cannot say our petrol prices are lower than Singapore or Thailand and compare it. You should compare with the oil producing and exporting countries,” he added.

Anwar said under the BN, the country has lost its sense of direction, foreign direct investments are declining and the state of the economy is a big worry.

The former DPM said he would not like to make promises he could not keep, adding that should Pakatan take over, he would use all his overseas contacts with countries in China, the Middle East, Europe and the US to bring in foreign direct investments and to make Malaysia great again.

The BolehJokes humors and thoughts:
Melissa: Hurry up guys! Dr. M is playing hard on racial issues and trying to stir trouble. Quickly takeover and get rid of this racist.

Dr M warns of unrest amid political turmoil

Dr Mahathir Mohamad has warned of possible unrest in multi-racial Malaysia, accusing his successor, Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi, of failing to assert his authority.
"Now we are seeing the different races making demands on the government, which they perceive as a weak government," the former premier told reporters in Tokyo yesterday.

He said "extremists" among different communities had begun to voice their opposition and make unfair demands on the government, trying to "divide rather than unite."

Recently there have been growing fears over "Islamisation" of Malaysia and the increasing polarisation of the three main ethnic communities.

The BolehJokes humors and thoughts:
Shila: This Dr. M is the most extremist of all extremists and he was the one trying to cause unrest with his stupid racial chants. BANGSA MALAYSIA lah, MAMAK!
Ali: Another stupid statement by the old dictator. Try harder asshole!
The cheapskate joker: Another day and another rubbish by racist M!

What a pile of rubish!

The fingers remained! SAY NO TO "RACIAL POLITICS" and NO TO "RACISTS"

Friday, May 23, 2008

Children reading BolehJokes?

Hi everyone,

I was made aware that there are children reading BolehJokes. Trust me, it is not my intention to teach them vulgarity though. It was just an expression of anger. Hence, I was thinking of replacing the handsign to the below. What do you think?
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BOLEHLAND BREAKING NEWS: Karpal lodges police report against Mahathir

(Malaysiakini) Bukit Gelugor MP Karpal Singh wants the Anti-Corruption Agency (ACA) to investigate former prime minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad on his recent allegations that several judges had lobbied for promotion during his time in office. He wants the ACA not only to investigate the allegations but also as to why Mahathir did not lodge a police report for the overtures of the judges and or persons concerned. According to the senior lawyer, Mahathir has fallen foul of the Anti- Corruption Act 1997. At a forum in Johor Baru last weekend, Mahathir revealed that several judges had lobbied him for promotions when he was the country's fourth Prime Minister for 22 years (1981 - 2003). Speaking on the allegations that he was at the centre of a judicial appointment scandal in 2001, the 83-year-old veteran politician said he would "love to be in court to testify about the scandal." Only then, the former premier said, he could reveal what went on behind the scenes at the time and instances of judges lobbying him for promotions.

Arrest Dr M under ISA

Give former prime minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad a taste of his own medicine by arresting him under the draconian Internal Security Act (ISA), which allows detention without trial. Datuk Param Cumaraswamy, the former UN rapporteur for the independence of judges and lawyers, alleged that Mahathir’s remarks in his May 17 speech “not only bordered on sedition but, applying his own standards, qualifies him for detention under the ISA”. In his address to about 1,000 people in Johor, Mahathir had reportedly cited the Hindu Rights Action Force (Hindraf) group’s list of demands contained in a memorandum and asked if anyone knew the implications of those demands.

“What does it say? Malaysia for Malaysians! This is the reality of the present situation. If we do not speak up, if we choose to keep quiet, we will lose our rights and the other races will take over” the Malaysian Insider news portal quoted him as saying.

“When that happens, it will be like Singapore. Do you think we will still have control?” said Mahathir in his speech.

According to Param, he had written to Mahathir in December 1987 to inquire as to the reasons for the detention of his political opponents under the tough security law during ‘Ops Lalang’ crackdown.

He needs ‘rehabilitation’ in Kamunting

In that operation, Mahathir had more than 100 political rivals and social activists detained and three newspapers shut down in the wake of a bitter split within his Umno party and tensions stirred up over the issue of Chinese education.

Recounting this, Param said if those persons were detained under the ISA during ‘Ops Lalang’ because they indulged in ‘race-baiting’ which Mahathir felt threatened the majority of Malaysians, then “the same criteria could now be applied to Mahathir for his speech in Johor”.

MB: RM27m spent by BN reps in two months

Selangor Menteri Besar Abdul Khalid Ibrahim today revealed that Barisan Nasional assemblypersons had spent 90.6 percent of the total state allocations within the first two months of this year. The grand total amounts to RM26,634,844.33 and a balance of RM2,907,155.76 remains, he said in reply to a question posed by Ng Suee Lim (DAP-Sekinchan).

He also noted that there was a number of trends in the amount of funds spent, such as a large number of Barisan representatives spending exactly RM492,800, and said that he would investigate the matter.

"Strangely, the previous speaker, who was not even a state assemblyperson, spent RM600,000," he told the House.
Balkis controversy

On a question by Lau Weng San (DAP-Kampung Tunku) on the Balkis controversy, Khalid said he had tried in vain to seek answers from the Registrar of Societies (ROS). He said that he had written three letters to the ROS since April but no reply was forthcoming.

"In the letters, we have asked for details on Balkis dissolution. But we have yet to receive any reply. We are still waiting for an answer," he said

The BolehJokes humors and thoughts:

Sharifa: Slowly but surely, all the hidden shits are coming out 1 by 1. Interesting. Toyol will be shaking!
Abdul Rahman: TOYOL! Explain! Son of a gun.

While waiting for feedback, I will keep to this!

The Bolehland Daily: More fracas as Mukhriz accuses Zaid of working for Pakatan

(Malaysiakini) More signs of a deepening Umno strife surfaced in the Dewan Rakyat today with controversial BN Jerlun member of Parliament Mukhriz Mahathir taking a bold swipe at fellow party member and de facto Law Minister Zaid Ibrahim.

Zaid, who during his winding-up speech on the royal address, was in the midst of speaking on government’s effort to introduce judicial reform was interrupted by Mukhriz.

"Congratulations, minister as you have done well in realising the opposition’s goals then that of your own party," was the beginning of Mukhriz’s (right) tirade against Zaid, who is Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department for legal affairs.

Zaki, a former lawyer for Umno, is known to be on close terms with Prime Minister and Umno president Abdullah Ahmad Badawi.

His appointment as appellate court president in December last year was controversial with various quarters questioning his capability to be impartial due to his past affiliation with Umno.

"And this person was recommended by your prime minister himself," Mukhriz said, causing a ruckus in the BN's side of the House.

Serious judicial reform
Zaid wasn’t inclined to take Mukhriz’s jibe lying down and in a subtle but immediate rebuke replied that "maybe the person who made this statement is not comfortable being in BN".

Zaid, continuing with his winding-up speech, assured the opposition that the government was serious about reforming the judiciary.

ISA, SCC to be reviewed

Zaid, however, said that while the Internal Security Act would not be repealed despite pressure for the government to do so, certain sections of it would be reviewed. He said that he, Home Minister Syed Hamid Albar and attorney-general Abdul Gani Patail have been tasked to review certain sections of the draconian law, which allows detention without trial.

The BolehJokes humors and thoughts:
Deanna: Mukri is again making a fool of himself. Trying to be superhero but ends up being super clown.
Reza: Botak Mukri is such a joke. Correcting the wrongs and improving the laws means working for Pakatan, then you should work for Pakatan. What the people wants is fair judiciary. Like father like son. Dictator mind. People are not stupid these days! Get a life, botak!


Anifah rejects offer to head Umno MPs club

Kimanis member of parliament Anifah Aman today rejected an offer to be the chairperson of the newly revived Umno Parliamentarian Club in the Dewan Rakyat. Coming at the heels of wide speculation that he is being enticed by the Pakatan Rakyat to defect, his decision will surely be seen as yet another blow to Prime Minister and Umno president Abdullah Ahmad Badawi.

What a pile of Mukri's rubbish!

Thursday, May 22, 2008

Bolehland Daily: Nazri blames EC for ink fiasco

(Malaysiakini) Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Mohd Nazri Abdul Aziz faulted the Election Commission for the debacle over the indelible ink as the commission had not consulted the attorney-general for his advice. In his winding-up speech, Nazri told Parliament that the cabinet had told EC chairperson Abdul Rashid Abdul Rahman two weeks before the Feb 13 dissolution of Parliament that it rejected the commission's proposal to mark voters’ thumbnail with indelible ink. Nazri also insisted that there was no order for the EC to cancel its plans for the indelible ink and that there is a difference between the cabinet rejecting a proposal and an order for a proposal to be scrapped. He said that the eventual scrapping of the indelible ink four days before the general elections was among the reasons Barisan Nasional lost many votes due to the perception that it was seeking to win through illegal means.

On the other hand, Dr Dzulkifli Ahmad (PAS-Kuala Selangor) recommended the sacking of EC Chairman.

The BolehJokes humors and thoughts:
Farina: And the blame game begins. Sandiwara chapter 2 "It wasn't me"
Ahmad Faizal: Rashit will be sweating in his pants every now and then. Looks like one thing at a time being exposed. The land of boleh have so many hidden shit waiting to be exposed as time comes.

'Indelible ink conspiracy': Report lodged

Two polls watchdog groups today lodged a police report against Election Commission chief Abdul Rashid Abdul Rahman and Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi for the last-minute cancellation of the indelible ink in the March 8 general elections. MCPXAlso named in the police report are two other key individuals who were allegedly responsible for the abrupt reversal in the use of the ink - inspector general of police Musa Hassan and attorney-general Abdul Gani Patail.

The groups - Coalition for Free and Fair Elections (Bersih) and National Institute for Electoral Integrity (NIEI) - claimed that the cabinet led by Abdullah had “conspired” with the EC under Abdul Rashid to suspend the use of the ink.“This is a conspiracy between the prime minister and the EC chairman to rob our rights (as voters),” said NIEI executive director Amin Iskandar after lodging the report at the Dang Wangi police station in Kuala Lumpur.

Last Saturday, Abdul Rashid unwittingly revealed that the cabinet had objected to the use of the indelible ink and that he was ordered to take the blame for the decision.

EC’s reasons absurd

NIEI’s Amin described the reasons given by EC in the suspension of the ink as absurd.
“I’ve been to Afghanistan and Nepal (to observe elections) and these are post-conflict nations, yet they never had such nonsensical excuses,” said Amin, who has participated in missions to observe elections in a number of countries for over 10 years.

The Bolehjokes humors and thoughts
Rashit: Oh shit! I gotta pack guys. See ya later.
Mahadi: So you'll be joining me? Let's go to Zimbabwe. Nice country :)

Uthaya's new bid for freedom

A fresh habeas corpus has been filed by a detained Hindu Action Rights Force (Hindraf) leader against the Internal Security Ministry and Kamunting detention centre authorities for medical negligence and endangerment to life.

Say "NO TO ISA" (ISA = Illegal Sakai Act)
Lawyer N Surendran filed the habeas corpus application at the Kuala Lumpur High Court today on behalf of P Uthayakumar who claimed he has been denied medication for his diabetes. Uthayakumar is also claiming that the camp authorities refused to admit him into the National Heart Institute (IJN) despite being told by doctors to do so. The hearing is set for June 25.

Umno accepts Mahathir's resignation

Umno's top decision-making body, the supreme council, has today accepted the resignation of former president Dr Mahathir Mohamad from the party. Party deputy president Najib Abdul Razak told reporters after almost a three-hour meeting that the party had received and accepted Mahathir's resignation. Najib also said that he hoped Mahathir would rejoin the party sometime in the future. At the press conference, Najib said that the meeting discussed two matters - Mahathir's resignation as well as on how to strengthen the party. Najib added that the supreme council members also pledged to continue their support for Abdullah.

Chua hands 'evidence' to panel

Former MCA vice-president Dr Chua Soi Lek today revealed that he had received a ‘report' which he believed contained information on the alleged snoop squad set up to spy on party leaders. While he could not vouch for the authenticity of the report, Chua said establishing the veracity of the content was now the prerogative of the party's three-member panel probing the existence of the snoop squad."I have handed over the report to the panel. However, on the details of the report, I would like to keep it secret. If it was revealed, it would be unfair to the panel," he told a press conference after testifying at the panel.
However, Chua revealed that the report dwelled into three main issues:

  • That a person accused of being part of the snoop squad, Tee Aun Chuan, had met top party leaders to discuss the squad's activities in several specific dates,

  • Detailed information on the clout of various factions within the party, and,
  • That Chua should not receive the support of the party for suggesting that "a certain individual" should contest in the general election

The BolehJokes humors and thoughts:
Hannah: Ohhh kesian Mahadi. Anngggugu.. angggugu!

Ong La Ling: Oh shit! Stupid Chua ar. La Chuan, how la? We are in deep shit.

Q: Is Umno in trouble?
Najis: As usual, I deny. Hehe.

What a pile of rubbish!

Wednesday, May 21, 2008

Bolehland daily: Umno holds emergency council meeting

Latest update:
Umno holds emergency council meeting

Umno has called an emergency meeting of the party’s supreme council at 9pm, two days after former prime minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad gave up his life membership.

Mahathir’s sudden decision to quit has triggered a number of emergency meetings, including one yesterday when Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi met with Umno parliamentarians to head off possible similar resignations.

The former premier, who had led Umno for 22 years, quit the party on Monday and said he would not rejoin until Abdullah stepped down, causing a panic in the ranks who feared a mass exodus of party members.

So far there has been little indication of a big number of members following Mahathir’s example.

The only notable resignations were Mahathir’s son Mokhzani and former minister and Kedah mentri besar Sanusi Junid, known to be a loyalist to the former party strongman.

Mass resignations in Umno branches

Joining Mokhzani today is former Kota Setar parliamentarian Dr Abdul Hadi Derani.

According to Star Online, 300 members from an Umno branch from Mokhzani's division in Merbok had resigned en masse.

This was followed by a few hundred members from another branch in Pokok Sena, also in Kedah, and a branch in Petaling Jaya Selatan in Selangor.

In the next few days, it is expected that a few more Umno branches will see mass resignations of members.

However, Mahathir's other son, Mukhriz did not follow suit, arguing that he would remain in the party to fight for reforms.

Nevertheless, Abdullah will need to ensure that the resignations today will not pick up momentum in the coming days and weeks.

Mukhriz attacks gov't in Parliament

(Malaysiakini) The morality of the government was put to the test in the Dewan Rakyat today when a controversial BN backbencher stood up to ask why the allegedly biggest corporate supporter to the US military campaign in Iraq has been allowed to invest in Malaysia.

Mukhriz Mahathir (Umno-Jerlun) demanded why Halliburton, a top American oil and gas services company and defence contractor, has been allowed to open a factory in Johor when the government had in the past professed to be against the war in Iraq.

“This corporation is involved in the murder of more than one million innocent Iraqi civilians and I want to know why our government has allowed it to open a factory in Johor,” he asked.

The youngest son of former Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad, who like his father, has been an ardent critic of the Iraq war and US president George W Bush.

In response, International Trade and Industry Deputy Minister Jacob Dungau Sagan said that Halliburton - which has a US$7 billion no-bid oil and infrastructure contract in Iraq - was allowed to set up a factory only after the corporation no longer associates itself with supplying arms.

The BolehJokes humors and thoughts:
Derrick: Dont pick your father's saliva lah, botak.
Remi: Like father like son? Like clown, like retard more suitable.

Hop out of BN, Mahathir tells MPs
(Malaysiakini) Two days after quitting Umno, ex-president and premier Dr Mahathir Mohamad has suggested another way to force his successor Abdullah Ahmad Badawi to step down.

Barisan Nasional MPs should hop out of the coalition, he wrote in a concise 10-point post on his blog,

“We have heard a lot about the possibility of BN members hopping into opposition parties. If 35 members join the opposition, BN will fall. The opposition will win and form the next government,” he wrote.

He reasoned that BN representatives should not hop into any opposition party in Pakatan Rakyat.

“What will happen to all the BN party hoppers? They won’t become PM because surely the Pakatan leader will become PM. Other Pakatan members will also become ministers and deputy ministers,” he explained.

“How many of these posts remain available for BN hoppers? Surely not all of them will get a post. They will continue to be Pakatan followers just like how they followed Abdullah before they hopped (to the opposition).”

Mahathir said these former BN representatives would be free to state their stand on both government and opposition policies (if they become Independents).

The Abdullah administration would fall if a sufficient number of MPs leave the BN, thereby depriving the ruling coalition of even its simple majority in Parliament.

“A new government can only be formed if this is agreed to by those who (have) left BN because they carry enough votes to decide whether BN or Pakatan will acquire the majority in Parliament,” he wrote.

“If BN replaces Abdullah with somebody who is brave, those who left the coalition can give their support back to BN so it can become the government again.

“This is one way to force Abdullah to resign. After this, all who hopped (out of BN) can return to their respective parties. Believe me, those from the BN component parties who supported the opposition during the 12th general election will (give back) their support to BN after Abdullah is no longer PM.”

Mokhzani also quits

Thus far, Mahathir has found few members to emulate his departure from Umno. Parliamentarians from the party backed Abdullah at a meeting yesterday.

Mahathir’s son Mukhriz, who is Jerlun MP and who is vying to be Umno Youth chief, did not attend the meeting. He called a press conference to say he would not leave the party, but he too urged Abdullah to step down.

Another son - businessman and former Youth wing treasurer Mokhzani - announced his exit today.

“I made the decision to leave Umno because I agree with my father that Umno is no longer the real Umno like before,” he was quoted as saying by Bernama.

The BolehJokes humors and thoughts:
Gepur Sali: You mean under your so called independent will be any better? If so, why have Sabah been not developed for so many years? Eat shit lah, sucker.
Cecile: Truly laughable press statement. He only think of party and positions instead of the country. How stupid.
The Cheapskate Joker: Another day, another rubbish

What a pile of rubbish!

Live bullet sent to Karpal

(Malaysiakini) DAP leader and member of Parliament Karpal Singh received a live bullet in an envelope at his law firm in Kuala Lumpur this afternoon.

The live bullet was accompanied with a note warning him against speaking out on the controversial issues of Malay rights and the constitutional powers of the sultans.

“Kalau tak berhenti, peluru ini akan melekat pada kepala dahi kau!” (If you don’t stop, this bullet will be lodged in your forehead).

The one-page note, printed in Bahasa Malaysia, added that this was the “first warning”.

The wheelchair-bound politician lodged a police report over the death threat at 5pm at Dang Wangi police station.

Met at the police station later this evening, Karpal told reporters that the envelope was hand-delivered to his receptionist at 12.30pm.

“The man was wearing a helmet and he had his visors drawn down. He left hurriedly,” he said, adding that the police have confirmed that bullet was a 9mm ‘live bullet’.

When quizzed by reporters, Karpal said he had no clue who the culprits were and would not rule out that the incident could be politically motivated.

“It is difficult for me to say, but based on the wordings of the note, it appears to have political motives,” he said.

The BolehJokes humors and thoughts:
Leslie: What in the hell? Playing terrorist game now?
Sandy: This is so bloody sad. Some people just love chaos.

The handsign below is for the cowards~! You are rubbish!

Tuesday, May 20, 2008

Mukhriz stays put but urges PM to quit

Jerlun member of Parliament Mukhriz Mahathir today said he will not join his father in quitting Umno.

Instead he urged party president and Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi to step down "as soon as possible".

Speaking in a press conference today, he urged Umno members and Malaysians to openly call for Abdullah to resign.

He said he had not discussed the matter with his father.

"To be frank, he might be disappointed (with my decision). I will explain it to him," he said.

"It is not my role to convince him to stay," he added.

Also present at the press conference to show support for Mukhriz were some 20 branch and division leaders.

BolehJokes humors and thoughts:

Mukri: Quit? No way. I wanna become Youth Leader. :)
Dr. Mahadi: Alamak. Bapa punya muka mau taruh mana?
Mukri: Lepak lah!

What a pile of rubbish!

The Bolehland Daily News

More reactions:
'Shocked' Muhyiddin calls for calm

Expressing shock over Mahathir’s resignation, Muhyiddin said it was important for Umno members to look after the well-being of the party and the position of the Malays because the component parties of Barisan Nasional (BN) would lose confidence in the coalition if Umno continued to face problems.

"If everyone were to take similar action, there will be no one left in Umno. Who will then champion the cause of the Malays?

"What will happen to our leadership in the Barisan Nasional and government?" he said when asked if Umno members in Johor who would also resign following Mahathir's resignation.

Tsu Koon: Umno will overcome this
Dr Koh Tsu Koon also expressed surprise over Mahathir's decision.
However, he believed that the party had the strength and experience to handle the sudden incident.

"After all, it had happened before in Umno history... as in the history of other political parties," he told Bernama.

No worries. Sabah is behind you
Sabah Chief Minister Musa Aman expressed confidence that Umno would be able to recover from the present leadership crisis and return to normal.

Some problems, perhaps
Terengganu Menteri Besar Ahmad Said said Mahathir's withdrawal from Umno would to a certain extent pose problems to the party.

"What had transpired poses a little problem to Umno. But I have to follow the party president. As party members, we have to support the top leadership," he added.

The BolehJokes humors and thoughts:
Jamry: No worries, Muyidin. Let PR champion the cause for the RAKYAT!
Kerry: As usual, Tze-Kun with his polishing shoe statement. Thought you are busy closing down Gerakan?

Abdullah held a 35-minute meeting with Umno MPs

Umno president Abdullah Ahmad Badawi today held a 35-minute meeting with all Umno MPs in Parliament to discuss current issues affecting the party.

Abdullah did not speak to reporters after the meeting but Pontian member of Parliament Ahmad Mazlan said that Abdullah spoke about Dr Mahathir Mohamad's sudden resignation from the party for the first five minutes only.

For the rest of the meeting the premier had spoken about other matters involving the party and the revival of the Umno Parliamentarians Club.

One notable absentee from the meeting was Jerlun MP and Mahathir's son Mukhriz. He is expected to issue a statement today to explain his stand on the matter.

BolehJokes humors and thoughts:
Pak Na: Looks like no one care about that sore loser. Murtabak satu!
Misai: Ok boss!

Abdullah to meet Umno MPs today

Umno president Abdullah Ahmad Badawi is scheduled to hold an emergency meeting with all Umno MPs in Parliament at 1pm today.

The agenda of the meeting is to discuss the shocking resignation of former party head Dr Mahathir Mohamad from the party yesterday.Abdullah is expected to explain and ward off any attempts by the party's MPs - numbering 78 in all, including himself - to follow Mahathir's lead in quitting the party.Also expected to be present would be Mahathir's son Mukhriz, who is also an Umno MP for Jerlun. Mukhriz is also expected to issue a statement later today to explain his stand.

Abdullah responded by saying that he was shocked by Mahathir's decision but insisted that he would continue to stay on as party leader.

BolehJokes humors and thoughts:
Leela: Just spend that Mamak some Capati and Roti Canai la, Pak Na
Farid: Just close shop lah, Pak Na.
Attention seeker, Dr. Mahadi: This apanama, Pak Na, must be shitting in his pants now. Ngek ngek ngek. This apanama, Najis wanna meet me for what? This is a brilliant plan.

Anwar: Umno beyond repair

Dr Mahathir Mohamad’s decision to quit as a lifetime member of Umno is an indication that the crisis within the party is worsening, said PKR de facto leader Anwar Ibrahim.

“The internal problems...are clearly deteriorating beyond any hope of recovery,” he said in a statement today.

As such, Anwar, a former Umno deputy president, urged all concerned Malaysians to join PKR or other parties in Pakatan Rakyat to ensure a stable and prosperous country.

BolehJokes humors and thoughts:
ilovepakatan: Quickly arrange takeover, DSAI. Dont waste your time doing interview :)

Ilham: How much is the joining fee, DSAI? I can only pay a cover charge of RM60. Need to budget la :)
Farah: Crisis? What crisis? It's going to be history soon.

Reaction to Dr. M's quitting UMNO

Political writers - Ong Kian Ming and Oon Yeoh:
"As a political tactician Dr Mahathir Mohamad never fails to surprise or disappoint. We had speculated yesterday that he would use an array of weapons in his arsenal to unseat Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi, including playing the Malay race card. But we never expected him to use resignation as a weapon!"

Kedah's Pokok Sena Umno Division secretary - Ramli Mohd Yunus:
"He now had lost his locus standi to initiate leadership changes by quitting."If this was his war tactic, the former premier had made his enemies happy,"

DAP National Chairperson - Karpal Singh:
“He has clearly shown that he is incapable of becoming a statesman. He has been, and still remains, a gutter politician,”

Penang Chief Minister - Lim Guan Eng:
"The internal rivalry between Mahathir and Abdullah was part of the intense power struggle of disparate vested interests within Umno."

PAS president - Abd Hadi Awang:
"We feel that his decision only showed that Umno has become unqualified in leading the nation and being the saviours of the Malays,"
He added that PAS would welcome him if he were to join the party as his knowledge and experience could help bring it to even greater heights.

BolehJokes humors and thoughts:
BolehJokes Blogger - The Cheapskate Joker:
"I dont give a jackshit if he quits UMNO or pee in his pants. He's forgotten although not forgiven because of 22 years of rubbish. Anyway, he's not important and Uncle Hadi, are you kidding me? Why would you want an imbecile joining your PAS. Think twice Uncle Hadi."

Hardcore Pakatan Rakyat Supporter - IlovePakatan:
"I wish he never comes back. 22 years of telling me how to live my life. 22 years of extreme discrimination. 22 years of rubbish. And he's continuing his rubbish to influence people's mind. I grew up always dreaming of immigrating to Australia and Singapore because I feel my country dont appreciate people like me. I wish him all the worst!"

Attention seeker - Dr Mahadi
"This is how I like it! Hit me baby one more time. :)"

What a pile of rubbish!

OH GOD! WTF? Not again?

KUALA LUMPUR, May 19 (KUNA) -- Malaysia is pondering purchase of the first space craft from Russia, a government official said on Monday.Deputy Minister of Science, Technology and Innovation Fadelat Yousif stated to the media here that the relevant local authorities were holding negotiations with Russian Federal Space Agency (RSA) on sale of the vehicle that the first Malaysian astronaut boarded to the International station last year.Yousif added that in case the Malaysian Government bought this spacecraft, hopefully at a reasonable price, it would ask the RSA to transfer its technologies.Shaikh Muthaffar Shikoor Shaikh Mustafa, aged 35 years old, was the first Malaysian astronaut.
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BolehJokes humors and thoughts:

Makcik Nura: Apalah terjadi kepada kerajaan ni?
Amy Joe: They're not serious right?
Gaya: Told them not to watch too much Star Wars.
Gill: What is this? The return of the jedi?

What a pile of rubbish!

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Monday, May 19, 2008

The Bolehland Sandiwara PT2 (WOW! ANOTHER BREAKING NEWS)

Latest update (Tuesday, 20-5-2008):

Ku Li continue to fight on

Gua Musang member of Parliament Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah was shocked over Dr Mahathir Mohamad's decision to quit party but vowed to continue challenging Pak Lah.

"I am shocked as well as anybody. Perhaps he decided to quit to send an ultimatum to Umno leaders and members that the leadership has to change.His decision to quit the party showed he was upset and angry,"

He also stressed that he will exhaust all ways and means to bring about the desired changes in the party.

Razaleigh has previously expressed his willingness to challenge Abdullah for the presidency in the party's December poll to "heal the party" in the aftermath of its worst ever general election performance.

Many, including Razaleigh and Mahathir, have blamed Abdullah for the bad performance in the March 8 polls.

When pressed on whether he would emulate Mahathir, he quipped: "I won't quit Umno."

BolehJokes humors & thoughts:
Shan: Nothing on earth could come between them - Titanic Movie. Nothing on earth could work between them - Razali and Pak Na

Celine: "Every night in my dreams I fight you and fight you, And you're here in my heart And my fight will go on and on

PM shocked by Dr M's decision

(Malaysiakini) Umno president Abdullah Ahmad Badawi was shocked by his predecessor's decision to quit the party but will not meet him personally to ask him to reconsider the decision. Abdullah, who is also prime minister, was nevertheless confident that there would not be a mass exodus of party members following Dr Mahathir Mohamad's lead. He also vowed he would not step down as demanded by Mahathir and to instead continue leading the party.

"I was surprised that he resigned and does not want to be in Umno any more," the premier told reporters, after years of feuding between the pair. "I had never thought that he would actually take the step to leave the party." Abdullah said Mahathir's decision would "weaken the party to an extent" but that he did not expect any of the ruling party's lawmakers to quit.

"I think maybe some people will follow him. The question is whether you care for Umno or not," he said.
Asked whether he would step down to take responsibility for disastrous results in March 8 elections, he replied: "Why should I? I have a lot of work to do."

"The important thing is that Umno has to remain calm and understand that its members have to be loyal to the party and be strong and continue to carry out the struggle," he said.

BolehJokes humors & thoughts:
The cheapskate joker: Good one, Pak Na. I seldom praise you. Ignore the old man. He's looking for attention.
Jerry: Way to go. Concentrate on national interest. No time to entertain this mamat.

Karpal: Mahathir a gutter politician

Dr Mahathir Mohamad, who has announced his shocking exit from Umno, “has been and still remains a gutter politician”, according to DAP national chairperson Karpal Singh.

He described the ex-Umno president and former premier’s action as calculated to “destabilise the government” under Abdullah Ahmad Badawi.

“He has clearly shown that he is incapable of becoming a statesman. He has been, and still remains, a gutter politician,” Karpal said in a statement today.

“He should remain a member until he clears his name for the alleged offences committed when he was Umno president and prime minister.”

Umno veteran Tan Sri Sanusi Junid also quits UMNO, following Dr. Mahathir

Shahrir: Prepare for another general election

(Malaysiakini) In the wake of the shocking news that former prime minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad had quit Umno, a senior party leader said that the country could face another general elections.

Shahrir Samad, the minister for domestic trade and consumer affairs, said Mahathir's surprise move could trigger a flurry of resignations from the embattled party that could force Abdullah to hold fresh general elections.

"By Tun doing this it could cause a situation where many other Umno lawmakers might resign," he said, using Mahathir's honorific title.

"If this happens then the government has no choice but to form a new government or call a fresh general election," Shahrir told AFP.

"Certainly it is not helpful or constructive to the struggle of Umno right now," he said, as the party fends off a challenge from opposition figurehead Anwar Ibrahim who says he could soon seize power with the help of defectors.

Shahrir, who is Johor Baru parliamentarian and Umno supreme council member, said that while Anwar was threatening to snatch lawmakers from the smaller parties with which Umno rules in coalition, Mahathir could chip away at the ranks of the ruling party itself.

"This will be a reduction of the number of Umno lawmakers which is the ruling party of the present government," he said.

"I suppose it is Mahathir's way of trying to force a call for a referendum from the grassroots."

The Star's website quoted Umno information chief Muhammad Muhammad Taib as saying he was surprised at Mahathir's abrupt departure.

"Every member has the right to join or leave the party," he said.

Asked whether Umno would convene an emergency meeting in response to the move, he said that "we will wait and see"

BolehJokes humors & thoughts:
Samad: Make sure this time it is clean and fair election. NOT ERECTION!

The Bolehland Sandiwara (BREAKING NEWS)

Son: Mahathir to send letter to Umno sec-gen
"Mahathir has resigned from Umno in protest over Pak Lah's continued leadership as both the prime minister and president of Umno," Mokhzani Mahathir told AFP, referring to Abdullah by his nickname.

"He will also write a letter to the Umno secretary-general to inform him of his resignation," he said, adding that Mahathir announced his departure during a speech today in Alor Star, the capital of his home state Kedah.

"He made it clear at the gathering at Alor Star that he is resigning in protest over the current leadership," he said.

BREAKING NEWS: Mahathir quits Umno

(Malaysiakini) Former Umno president Dr Mahathir Mohamad today announced that he was quitting Umno with immediate effect and urged other members to emulate him.


He said he was quitting the party, which he led for almost 22 years until handing over the reins to Abdullah Ahmad Badawi in 2003, as a sign of no confidence in his successor's leadership.

"I will only come back to the party when there is a change in leadership," the ex-premier told a crowd at a forum in his home state of Kedah this morning.

He also called on all Umno ministers, deputy ministers and all levels of party leaders to join him in leaving the party.

However he asked these members not to join any other party.

"Wait till Abdullah to quit as the prime minister and party president and then we can return to Umno," he said.

Abdullah's most vocal critic

Mahathir, 82, joined Umno at its inception in 1946 and in recent years has been Abdullah's most vocal critic.

He entered active politics as a member of Parliament for Kedah's Kota Star Selatan in 1964.

He lost the seat in the disastrous 1969 general elections, and was expelled from the party after attacking then president and prime minister Tunku Abdul Rahman.

Mahathir was invited back into the party by second prime minister, Abdul Razak, and re-elected to Parliament in 1974 for the seat of Kubang Pasu, also in Kedah.

Soon after he was appointed education minister. Within four years he was deputy leader of the party, and in 1981, became prime minister.

When Umno split into two as a result of a bitter factional feud and the party deregistered after a legal battle a year later, Mahathir formed Umno Baru and he was the new party's first member.

Meanwhile, rival leader Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah who narrowly lost to Mahathir in the leadership contest, went on to set up Semangat 46.Razaleigh and his party returned to Umno's fold in 1996 and the veteran Umno leader is now challenging Abdullah in the party polls to be held in December.

BolehJokes humors and thoughts:
Mahadi: Pak Na must go down. Pak Na must go down!
Pak Na: Down where la? :)


A senior Umno leader dismissed suggestions that the party would break up, saying Mahathir's departure "is not that important." He indicated that the party was glad to be rid of Mahathir's disruptive influence.

"I welcome his decision. It is high time for him" to leave, said Ahmad Zahid Hamidi, a Cabinet minister and a member of Umno's supreme council.

"He is old enough to decide. He has every right to do it but he shouldn't urge members to follow him. It's up to the members."

BolehJokes humors and thoughts:
Fatima: "It is high time for him" to leave".
WaHAHahahaha! Padan muka.
Freddy: About bloody time old man
Krishnan: Dont come back weh. Go go go. Shoosh!!
Fila: Can you bring Mukri with you? :)

Prosecution not a certainty against Lingam six, says DPM

THE recommendation by the Royal Commission of Inquiry into the Lingam video clip to investigate six people including Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad does not necessarily mean they will be prosecuted, the deputy prime minister said. Datuk Seri Najib Razak said the functions of the commission and the judiciary in the hearing of cases against the six were different.

"We set up the commission and it has reported its findings. We cannot conceal them from the public or not accept the recommendations.

Dean: That means twisting and turning lah :)
Najis: No no no. I didnt twist and turn anything. I deny.

"However, this does not necessarily mean there will be prosecution or cases (brought against the six)," Najib said.

BolehJokes humors and thoughts:
The people: That means? Case closed?
Najis: Can say so la. hehe.
The people: Like that also can ar?
Najis: Boleh lah. This is bolehland mah, where anything is possible.

Other news:

Waytha: Syed Hamid lied about my passport

The Hindraf chairperson, P. Waythamoorthy, who is in self-imposed exile in London, accuses the Home Minister of lying in suggesting that the government did not revoke his passport. He's disappointed that the Home Minister claimed that there was a misunderstanding.

Waythamoorthy encountered the problem when he flew back to London from Zurich on the 21st April whereby he was informed by the British immigration that his passport is no longer valid.

BolehJokes humors and thoughts:
Sandy: You see lah. They only concentrate on catching people who are threatening their political position. When will they care to listen to us?

Sayid Hamit: No such thing la. We will listen. I need him to come back then only I can listen mar :).

Dr M taken to task for 'moving backwards'

Former prime minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad's play of the race card runs contrary to his idea of a Bangsa Malaysia and Vision 2020.

DAP adviser Lim Kit Siang said it was unhealthy to do so as Malaysians were moving towards the creation of a BANGSA MALAYSIA.

The cheapskate joker: I dont even wanna go further on this. Read below.

The present stupidity:

Oscar Winner Mahadi: Ketuanan Melayu is a must. Malays are losing their position. Iskandar only benefit Singaporeans and not Malays! NEP is fair!

BolehJokes humors and thoughts:
Ahmad Faisal: Bangsa Malaysia lah, Mamat!
The people: Mahadi. You hear that, you outdated schmuck? BANGSA MALAYSIA. 1 Nation, 1 Race. LET'S MOVE TOWARDS BANGSA MALAYSIA.
Mahadi: Er.. you dont like? Charge me lah. If I go to jail for Sedition, it's alright. If I go bankrupt, then bankrupt lah. :). And if nothing happen, expected lah. This is bolehland mah. The land of promise.

What a bigger pile of rubbish! More extreme hand sign!

Sunday, May 18, 2008

So what's happening in Bolehland as you read? Plenty

Mahathir's Sandiwara Part 2

(The Associated Press)Former Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad on Saturday slammed the government's move to allow U.S. oilfield services provider Halliburton Co. to begin operating in Malaysia, saying the country doesn't need "blood money."

Oscar winner Mahadi: Cheney and President Bush are "war criminals". Iskandar project wont benefit Malays but Singaporeans and err... I must say this again, Pak Na must go down and trust Mukri. He's the saviour for the Putras youth.

BolehJokes humors and thoughts:
Cindy: Enough la Old Man. Halliburton create more jobs and you call it "blood money"? Iskandar project is getting investor and you say it dont benefit Malays? So stupid. It benefits everyone when there are more investors coming. Did you fail economy subject, Mamat? You think we are stupid? Mukri can eat shit for all I care.

Fernandez: What's wrong with this Old man? Trying to stir up some comedy act before getting disgrace? Balik kampung lah Mamat.

The cheapskate joker: He seems to hate Singapore and US so much. Esepcially Singapore for all the years. Jealous, perhaps? As usual, check out the hand sign below later.

Clone voters? Didnt we expect it all this while?

When the expected became reality:

At 6.15 am on the election day, as I about to lie down to sleep, I received a call asking me to shoot immediately to Tanah Merah, because the first sign of clone voters had appeared. The video below is what we captured to prove why we fight for the indelible ink so much. The same video was given to Al Jazeera International as the prove that we are not the boy who cried wolf!

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Sandy: Same old thing again. Why are they so predictable. We already know they cheated when they put off the use of indelible ink.

Aaron: It doesn't take a very intelligent people to figure this out. Even if you think with your ass, you will still know there was foul play.

Mak Dillah: Rembau comboy will be shitting in his pants now. Recount so many times only win. Highly scandalous.

And as usual, denial. What else do you expect?
PM: No order for EC to scrap indelible ink

The government did not instruct the Election Commission (EC) to scrap its plan of using indelible ink in the last general election.

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi said although in principle the government made the decision, it was delivered in the form of an opinion and not instruction.

BolehJokes humors and thoughts:
JoseMarie: Gosh! That was really lame. This kind of excuse you expect from schoolchildren but not from someone so ..... duH! nevermind.

Kev: Can he tell the difference between instruct and opinion or not in the first place?

Pak Na: Erection was smooth and everybody was satisfied. :)

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