The Year of the Dirty Pig is coming to Singapore. Oink oink.

17 January 2019

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No, LGE is not racist or pro Chinese in giving money to New Era College and private Chinese schools: Others also get money and in larger amounts!

16 January 2019

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PAS is cross over the cross

16 January 2019

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https://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/opinion/2019/01/16/the-offence-of-the-cross/

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PAS has accused the developer of an apartment building in Penang – which displayed lights in the shape of a cross – of being involved in the “Christianisation agenda”.

In a statement today, PAS information chief Nasrudin Hassan said one of the founders of Nova Mulia Development Sdn Bhd, whom he did not name, was involved in a US-based Christian business group.

“The founder and managing director of the project developer is a person who is actively involved in the Nehemiah Project and in promoting the Christianisation agenda,” he alleged.

Nasrudin was referring to Annie Choo, who was named the Nehemiah Project “rookie of the year” in 2015, according to a post on the company’s Facebook page. That page is no longer accessible as of 5pm today.

On its website, Nehemiah Project International Ministries (NPIM), which is headquartered in Oregon, describes itself as a business development and support organisation through “biblical entrepreneurship” training, coaching and access to capital.

“(Our mission is to) transform the marketplace with the gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ one entrepreneur at a time.

“Our ultimate goal is to create a community of Kingdom business stewards that provide God-honoring products and services in a God-honouring way, and are contributing to fulfilling the Great Commission,” reads the description.

Malaysiakini has contacted Nova Mulia over Nasrudin’s claims and is awaiting a response.

Meanwhile, Nasrudin also accused Penang Chief Minister Chow Kon Yeow and Nova Mulia of attempting to sidestep the issue by claiming the light from the building displayed a Chinese character instead of a cross.

“Both statements were an attempt to insult the intelligence of the rakyat… They are trying to cause provocation and ethnic tensions in Malaysia.

“The display of the large cross was intentional. They should be respecting religious sensitivities in this country,” he said.

Nasrudin also criticised Islamic Affairs Minister Mujahid Yusof Rawa’s handling of the issue. Mujahid had said he had not received any report on the matter.

“PAS urges the religious affairs minister to be stern and prevent such things from occurring. Don’t be so defensive. You look weak when it comes to defending the interest of Islam and Muslims,” he said.

https://www.malaysiakini.com/news/460460

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The offence of the cross

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Yet another brouhaha about a cross made headlines last week. A series of lights in a new residential apartment block in Penang in the shape of a cross quickly went viral. (The property developer has since clarified that the lights formed part of a Chinese character that was being tested out.)

In other countries, no one would have paid much attention to it but here it quickly becomes a big issue.

The Penang mufti expressed concern and demanded that the state government investigate whether it was done purposely or if it was a coincidence. He also requested that the lights be rearranged so that they don’t look like a cross. He went on to advise the public “to be mindful of their actions to protect the harmony of Malaysia’s multiracial society” and warned that “the Federal Constitution forbids any form of effort to promote or preach other religions to Muslims”.

Commenting on the same issue, Umno Supreme Council member Reezal Merican demanded that the state government summon the developer of the building to explain the matter, adding (according to a New Straits Times report) that “this is not an issue of non-tolerance… but what is happening is an eyesore and can cause restlessness”.

This is hardly the first time the image of a cross has sent Muslim groups into paroxysm. A few years ago, a Muslim group protested against a cross on a church wall in Taman Megah insisting that it was an affront to Muslims and an attempt to subvert their faith.

Irrational fear

The cross, of course, is not an illegal symbol even in Malaysia and neither is it a proscribed item like the black IS flag, for example. How a few lights in the shape of a cross can be seen as such a threat to someone’s faith, an affront to the position of Islam in the federation, something that causes “restlessness” in society and a danger to peace and harmony is simply incomprehensible.

And to suggest, as the Penang mufti did, that merely displaying a cross might somehow violate the constitutional injunction against promoting or preaching other religions to Muslims is utterly absurd.

Taken to its logical conclusion, it would mean that all crosses anywhere in Malaysia are ultra vires the constitution and must be removed. And what about the statues, images and icons that decorate Hindu, Buddhist and other temples in Malaysia? Would that too be seen as an attempt at trying to convert Muslims or somehow challenging the special position of Islam in the country?

To be sure, many Malaysian Muslims would take umbrage at the suggestion that their faith is so weak that it could be undermined by the sight of a cross. The Muslims I know are secure in their faith and laugh at the antics of washed-out politicians like Reezal who are constantly looking for issues to exploit. He ignored the 1MDB elephant (the largest corruption case in our history) right under his nose but he’s quick to make a big fuss over a row of lights that resembles a cross.

In any case, if the mere sight of a cross could convert anyone to Christianity, Malaysia would be a Christian country by now because crosses have been a part of the Malaysian landscape for close to 500 years.

Threats and rights

The other thing about this whole controversy is how non-Muslims are constantly being lectured about respecting the sensitivities of Muslims and warned not to do anything that undermines racial harmony.

Even presumptive heir-apparent Anwar Ibrahim recently urged non-Malays to understand the concerns of the Malays, whom he said, “felt a threat to their rights and position”.

It makes no difference, of course, that the threat that all these Malay leaders keep emphasising is more imagined than real. How on earth can the position of the Malays be threatened when the entire power structure of the country is securely in the hands of the Malays?

As I have said before, the so-called “threat” to the position of the Malays is a political construct created to keep the Malay masses subservient to Malay political elites; it is not grounded in reality but in political expediency.

Tolerance is a two-way street

In any case, isn’t tolerance and respect a two-way street? Shouldn’t people like Reezal extend the same courtesy to non-Muslims that he expects them to extend to Muslims?

Imagine the uproar, for example, if a non-Malay politician called something Islamic “an eyesore” as Reezal did when referring to the cross-shaped lights in Penang. How dare he refer to a cross in such a derogatory manner? Shouldn’t all those concerned with peace and harmony in the country take him to task for his demeaning and bigoted remarks?

Surely, maintaining peace and harmony in the country is the responsibility of all Malaysians – Malay and non-Malay, Muslim and non-Muslim – rather than just minority communities. Some would suggest that it is, in fact, incumbent on the majority to set the tone for peace and harmony in the country.

The views expressed are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect those of FMT.

https://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/opinion/2019/01/16/the-offence-of-the-cross/

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The anti Eric Paulsen campaign tries to paint him Anti Islam…

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The Fire Dept were supplied with non-fireproof suits for their firefighters. Horrors!

16 January 2019

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SPRM sedang dalam proses untuk menentukan jika 6,000 baju kalis api bernilai RM13.5 juta yang dibeli Jabatan Bomba dan Penyelamat (JBPM) pada 2016 merupakan barang palsu.

Menurut sumber, suruhanjaya itu menerima maklumat bahawa pakaian memadam kebakaran itu tidak dibuat pengilang yang berpengkalan di United Kingdom.

Ini kerana perolehan baju kalis api itu didakwa berasal dari sana, kata sumber.

“SPRM cuba mendapatkan (syarikat) di UK untuk melakukan (analisis) forensik .

“Kita perlu melakukan perbandingan (antara baju yang dibekalkan oleh pengilang dan baju yang diterima oleh jabatan).

“Ini kerana ada tuntutan bahawa pakaian itu tidak dibekalkan (oleh pengilang),” kata sumber kepada Malaysiakini.

Tak selamat, tak patuh piawaian

Sumber itu mengulas mengenai SPRM sedang mengusahakan kerjasama dengan UK melalui perjanjian antarabangsa, Bantuan Perundangan Bersama (MLA)
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Pemeriksaan Malaysiakini terhadap senarai keputusan tender oleh Kementerian Perumahan dan Kerajaan Tempatan pada tahun 2016 mendapati hanya satu syarikat yang dianugerahkan projek itu untuk membekalkan pakaian kalis api bomba tahun itu.

Ia menyatakan bahawa kementerian membuat keputusan dalam satu mesyuarat pada 10 Jun 2016, untuk menyerahkan projek itu kepada syarikat persendirian swasta, yang alamatnya berdaftar di Cheras, Kuala Lumpur.

Jumlah tepat untuk tender bekalan itu adalah RM13,590,000, atau RM2,265 bagi setiap unit pakaian.

https://www.malaysiakini.com/news/460489

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15 January 2019

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The MACC today confirmed that it is investigating the supply of “unsafe” fireproof clothing to firefighters in the country.

The commission was responding to a Harian Metro report which said the fireproof suits were found to have been made from flammable polyester.

“The MACC sent a sample of the fireproof clothing supplied by the contractor to the Chemistry Department which confirmed that the clothing was unsafe to use as it did not comply with the standards set by the Fire and Rescue Department,” it said in a statement today.

The MACC said it is seeking mutual legal assistance over the matter from the United Kingdom.

The report said the MACC had seized some 6,000 of the problematic fireproof suits in 2017.

They were supplied in 2016 and were worth between RM2,400 to RM2,500 a piece. Following the seizure, subsequent supplies were cancelled.

As a result, the report said the firefighters were facing a shortage of firefighting suits and had to share or use worn out ones.

The MACC clarified that its investigation does not prevent the Fire and Rescue Department from acquiring new firefighting suits.

“If there is any doubt, the Fire and Rescue Department can get in touch with the MACC,” it said.

The Harian Metro report, citing sources, said certain quarters within the Fire and Rescue Department and the Housing and Local Government had arranged for the acquisition from a particular company.

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Seremban: Beaten up at a mall, the boy is said to be in the ICU…

15 January 2019

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It’s the end for MyPPP: deregistered by the Registrar of Societies!

14 January 2019

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…Kayveas told reporters in CAMERON HIGHLANDS that his faction would be appealing against the decision within stipulated 30 day period.

“The minister can overrule the ROS if the minister disagreed with the decision,” he said. “I hope the minister will make a fair and just decision.”

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The Registrar of Societies (ROS) has de-registered former BN component party MyPPP which had two factions claiming to be the rightful leaders.

The decision was conveyed in a letter to both factions, which was sighted by Malaysiakini.

One faction is led by former deputy minister M Kayveas, who claims the party is now independent. He also pledged his support for Pakatan Harapan in the Cameron Highlands by-election.

The other faction, led by another former deputy minister Maglin D’ Cruz, claims that MyPPP is still a BN-friendly party.

Contacted later, MyPPP secretary-general Simon Sabapathy confirmed that the party has been deregistered.

“Now the assets of the party goes to the insolvency department.

“We have to deal with the insolvency department to determine how the assets of the party are going to be addressed,” he told Malaysiakini.

He added that D’Cruz’s faction would hold a meeting to discuss the matter.

‘Still empty’

Sabapathy noted that on the positive side, Kayveas could no longer claim to be president following the deregistration.

“Whereas we, the legitimate supreme council, have a fair chance to be heard by the (home) minister (Muhyiddin Yassin) and the courts.

“If it goes to court for a judicial review, I am positive the outcome will favour us as we had followed proper procedures to sack Kayveas,” he said.

Previously, Kayveas was adamant that ROS recognised him as the rightful president and instructed him to meet with D’Cruz to “settle” the issue.

D’Cruz, however, denied this.

He claimed that Kayveas was the one who approached ROS with the proposal to settle the issue.

“We met three times, but nothing (came out of it). To me, the president’s seat is still empty,” he had told Malaysiakini.

https://www.malaysiakini.com/news/460168#.XDxQCTdBc9Y.twitter

CAMERON HIGHLANDS: MyPPP’s disputed president Tan Sri M. Kayveas will appeal the decision by the Registrar of Societies (RoS) to de-register the party.

Kayveas confirmed that he is aware of the “red notice” served by RoS to deregister the party following a leadership tussle.

“I am aware about the red notice by RoS, although I have not received the hard copy. I expect to receive it by post over the next few days.

“Based on the law, we have 30 days to appeal the decision with the Minister of Home Affairs, and we will do it accordingly,” said Kayveas at a press conference here on Monday (Jan 14).

Read more at https://www.thestar.com.my/news/nation/2019/01/14/kayveas-aware-of-red-notice-against-myppp-says-will-not-join-pakatan/#Fo4p9FcOOHIbBZjX.99

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Sabah: Girl, 2, held hostage by knife-wielding man…

13 January 2019

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KOTA KINABALU: A two-year-old girl was rescued from the clutches of a man who held her hostage and was shot dead after a five-hour standoff on Sunday (Jan 13).

The girl, who was not identified, was rushed to the Likas Women and Children’s Hospital.

Sabah police commissioner Datuk Omar Mammah said the girl suffered a cut to her neck, but believes she will be all right.

He said the unidentified suspect dropped the child to the ground, after he was shot dead by police in a four-storey flat at Telipok Ria apartments about 25km from here at 5.32pm.

Omar said that the man made no demands during the standoff, after they were informed of the 12.30pm incident.

The residents had called the police at 4pm, he said.

He said the man, who was holding a knife, had grabbed the child who was playing with toys at a corridor along the fourth floor of the flats.

He then entered an apartment, where an elderly man was performing his zohor prayers in a room.

The suspect told the man not to come out, and then sat down in the hall with the child.

Residents then broke open the main door of the house and the man continued to threaten the child, and is believed to have cut her neck.

When the police arrived at the scene, the man refused to talk, and he threatened to throw the child out of the kitchen window. Police decided to shoot the suspect at that point, he said.

He said they have yet to establish the suspect’s background, and believe he was of unsound mind or on drugs.

The suspect was in his 30s.

Read more at https://www.thestar.com.my/news/nation/2019/01/13/sabah-child-hostage-suspect-shot-dead-girl-rescued/#yZgOqmH8H25o0Xzj.99

 

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At the Cameron Highlands: Was that a bribe? No, they were being re-imbursed for petrol..

Almost Mission Impossible: The job of Art Harun, Election Commission Chairman

15 January 2019

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Najib cannot be more wrong when he claimed that the Election Court had declared that RM20 “petrol money” was bribery but even more important what are Najib’s motives for such a bizarre claim

Former Prime Minister, Datuk Seri Najib Razak, cannot be more wrong when he claimed that the election court had declared that RM20 “petrol money” was bribery but the even more important questions are Najib’s motives for such a bizarre claim.

Is it to ensure a new culture of integrity and zero tolerance for corruption in Malaysia or is it to frustrate such an effort?

One must admire Najib’s impudence and temerity for trying to use RM20 “petrol money” for Orang Asli to whitewash his RM50 billion 1MDB corruption and money-laundering scandal and kleptocratic premiership, but faced with 39 criminal charges (undoubtedly with more criminal charges to come) and accused of siphoning off billions from 1MDB, what has Najib got to lose in adopting the most bizarre diversionary tactics?

Already, the new MCA President, Datuk Wee Ka Siong, had already fallen hook, line and sinker for this gambit as evidenced from his statement after a dialogue session with the Barisan Nasional candidate Ramli Mohd Nor in Brichang on Sunday.

Wee worked himself up into a hysteria over the reimbursement of RM20 each to some 60 Orang Asli motorcylists while remaining blind and unconcerned to the monstrous RM50 billion 1MDB corruption and money-laundering scandal of Datuk Seri Najib Razak!

Can I remind Wee that RM20 each is legitimate reimbursement for some 60 Orang Asli motor-cyclists who came out from remote Orang Asli kampongs especially from the Jelai area to Tanah Rata on Saturday for Nomination, while the RM50 billion 1MDB scandal is not legitimate at all, as it is theft, corruption and daylight robbery of the people’s money!

Can I also remind Wee that RM50 billion is 2.5 billion times more than RM20 – a classic case of MCA blindness to kleptocracy, immorality and wrongdoing in Malaysia, the real reason why MCA was virtually wiped out in the 14th General Election and reduced from a 7/11 political party in the 13th General Election to a mosquito party with only one MP?

Did the Election Court decide that “petrol money” was bribery?

It was fortunate that Najib did not study law or he would have failed his law examinations as he seemed unable to understand the simplest logic in legal arguments and judgements.

Deliberately or otherwise, Najib had misquoted and distorted the judgement of the election judge Justice Azizah Nawawi who declared the Cameron Highlands election in the 14th General Election null and void in claiming that she had said in her judgement that “money” whether as “duit rokok” or “duit minyak” constituted bribery.

She did not make such ruling.

In actual fact, the election judge said in her judgment:

“62. There is a pattern of giving money to the voters, during the crucial period before the election, which to me can only mean to induce the elector to vote. The money was given when the Respondent (former MP C. Sivaaajh) and the Dato’ Wan Rosdy were actively campaigning in the said areas under the BN banner. Added to that, the evidence of PW10 and PW11 shows that they had received the money together with the voting slips with BN logo, and this was confirmed by the Respondent’s witness, RW3 who had admitted that BN did distribute the slips. To me, it is clear that these surrounding circumstances led me to the inevitable conclusion that the money was given to induce the voter to vote.

“63. Therefore, it does not matter if the Respondent say that the money was given as ‘duit rokok’ or as travelling allowances for the Batin to attend the meeting with the Respondent and Dato’ Wan Rosdy, as these are merely to disguise the real intention for the giving of money before the election.”

What the Election Court judge said and implied is very clear except to Najib and his cronies.

She said that money used to induce voters to vote for anyone political party is bribery, even if claimed to be “duit rokok” or “duit petrol”, but otherwise if used legitimately in the election campaign not meant to induce the voter to vote.

In the relevant case of the Cameron Highlands election in May 2018, Sivararrajh and Wan Rosdy visited Pos Lenjang on 6.5.2018 by a helicopter and distributed RM25,000 to the Batins to distribute to all voters in their respective villages, while each Batin received RM200.

It must have been quite a smoking session in Pos Lenjang last May – spending RM25,000 for “duit rokok”!

Why is Najib jumping into the fray in Cameron Highlands by-election with the fictitious claim that the Election Judge had ruled that RM20 petrol money is bribery?

There are three reasons:

Firstly, to divert attention as to why the Cameron Highlands by-election was held, i.e. because of money politics and corrupt electoral practices.

Secondly, to distract attention from current Barisan Nasional campaign to use money politics and corrupt electoral practices to win the Cameron Highlands by-election.

Thirdly, to use the Cameron Highlands by-election as a platform to legitimise Najib’s kleptocratic rule and in particular to “whitewash” the international 1MDB scandal.

Suddenly, the Cameron Highlands by-election has taken on not only national significance but international importance, as Najib wants the Cameron Highlands by-election to be a referendum on whether he is a thief and a kleptocrat!

Let me say that if Najib wants to make the Cameron Highlands by-election a referendum on whether he is a kleptocrat and whether the 1MDB scandal was an act of national betrayal on his part, let him first come clean on the 1MDB scandal and other 1MDB-line scandals in FELDA, Felcra, MARA and Tabung Haji.

Former MCA President, Datuk Seri Dr. Chua Soi Lek is on public record as saying that before the 13th General Election, Najib made an unprecedented pledge at a Barisan Nasional Supreme Council meeting to fund BN component parties.

Chua said: “I must admit, during the BN supreme council meeting approaching the May 5 general elections, he (Najib) in his capacity as prime minister and BN chairperson, did reveal that in that election, BN will support its component parties’ finances.

“I remembered clearly, I was the first to thank him.

“I said that I have joined politics for more than 20 years and gone through five general elections, (we) have never received a single sen from BN before.

“So everyone agreed and many thanked him. When the election came, he delivered – he was able to disburse some funds (to the component parties).”

Let Najib make a clean breast of how much millions he gave to each BN party and politician for the 13th General Election.

In his Opinion piece “A different type of ‘Operasi Lalang’?”, Malaysiakini columnist Nathaniel Tan wrote he was “a little disappointing to see someone with the stature and overall commitment to the integrity of Lim Kit Siang” said he had checked with other DAP leaders present at the dialogue with Orang Aslis where PKR Senator Bob Manolan Mohd had made a controversial statement, and confirmed that there were no threats to the Batins if they do not vote for Pakatan Harapan.

PKR Vice President Tian Chua has apologised on behalf of his party for “unintended careless statements” made by PKR Senator Bob Manolan while Bob Manolan had himself apologised for “excessive” remarks.

Why did I phoned DAP leaders who were present at the dialogue, namely the MP for Raub and Deputy Water, Land and Natural Resources Minister Tengku Zulpuri Shah Raja Puji, the MP for Bentong, Wong Tak, Sabah Senator Adrian Lasimbang and Selangor State Assembly woman Young Syefura to ask on what actually happened, at the dialogue at Pos Betau and whether there was any threat to the Tok Batins for not voting for Pakatan Harapan?

And if there were threats to the Batins, why were there applause from the Orang Asli when Bob Manolan spoke?

PKR President Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim, and the DAP Secretary-General and Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng had swiftly declared that there is no coercion in democracy and that the Batins will continue to receive their salaries as there should be no threat and no intimidation in the Cameron Highlands by-election.

Manoloan could not have really threatened the Batins that they their salaries will be stopped if they do not vote for Pakatan for the simple reason that Batins are not appointed by the Federal Government but by Adat Orang Asli.

Bob made the “unintended careless” statement, not during his speech at the dialogue, but during the question-and-answer session as he was asked who paid the salaries of Batins, as they had understood from the Pahang Mentri Besar that the salaries of Batin come from the State Government and not the Federal Governhment, and they should therefore do the bidding of the State Government.

All Orang Ali voters must be able to freely vote for the party of their choice, whether Batins or ordinary villages – and what we want is to create an atmosphere where such fair, free and clean elections by the Orang Asli voters can take place.

But this is not the case in the Orang Asli kampongs, where the majority of Orang Asli voters are subjected to Barisan Nasional’s politics of fear and money – to the extent that only four out of 18 Batins turned up at the dialogue in Pos Betau with Pakatan Harapan leaders.

(Media Statement by DAP MP for Iskandar Puteri Lim Kit Siang in Kuala Lumpur on Tuesday, 15th January 2019)

https://blog.limkitsiang.com/2019/01/15/najib-cannot-be-more-wrong-when-he-claimed-that-the-election-court-had-declared-that-rm20-petrol-money-was-bribery-but-even-more-important-what-are-najibs-motives-for-suc/

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PUTRAJAYA: Former Cameron Highlands MP C Sivarraajh today lodged a report with the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) over four instances of alleged vote-buying in the campaign for the by-election there.

“There is no need for me to tell you what wrongdoing and corrupt practices have been carried out.

“You already know this has gone viral on social media,” the MIC leader told reporters outside the MACC headquarters here.

He arrived at 2.20pm accompanied by several party supporters.

Sivarraajh said the report was not made to exact revenge on his political enemies for his disqualification as the Cameron Highlands MP.

Last month, the Election Court revoked Barisan Nasional’s victory in the May 9 general election after it found that money was used during the campaign to buy votes.

Sivarraajh had won the seat in the May 9 general election.

“I did not do this out of revenge. Even though I was victimised, I have no intention of seeking revenge on DAP.

“I am perceived as if I am a terrorist. I can’t contest for five years and can’t vote as well.

“What wrong did I do for it to come down to this?” he asked.

https://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/nation/2019/01/15/sivarraajh-lodges-report-of-alleged-camerons-vote-buying-with-macc/

13 January 2019

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Handouts disguised as ‘allowance’ for party machinery an old trick, says Umno Youth


PETALING JAYA: Handing out political bribery, disguised as allowance for party machinery, is an outdated political tactic, says Umno Youth.

Its chief Datuk Dr Asyraf Wajdi Dusuki (pic) said DAP’s claims that the photographs showing a woman clad in a Pakatan T-shirt purportedly handing out money was actually of a party worker giving petrol reimbursements to its volunteers was an outdated political move that could not be accepted at any costs.

“Enough with the lying to the people.

“The statement by DAP claiming that the viral pictures where money was being given to the Orang Asli community was actually payment to the party’s machinery is an outdated political tactic that cannot be accepted at all.

“Would it be that after this, DAP and Pakatan Harapan will make every voter among the Orang Asli community as their party machinery, to enable them to get votes during this Cameron Highlands by-election?” said Dr Asyraf in a statement on Sunday (Jan 13).

He also questioned what was the difference between Pakatan candidate M. Manogaran and C. Sivarraajh, who won the Cameron Highlands seat for Barisan Nasional in the 14th General Election.

Read more at https://www.thestar.com.my/news/nation/2019/01/13/handouts-disguised-as-allowance-for-party-machinery-an-old-trick-says-umno-youth/#AToDAJE8ipCB6BxY.99

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