Trolling Najib’s hot shot lawyer, M Shafee…

13 March 2019


Sarawak Report @sarawak_report

Time for the Chief Justice to get to the bottom of & crack down on an outbreak of mysterious accidents & illnesses amongst lawyers & the judiciary, which are threatening to bring major trials concerning matters of the utmost national importance to a halt

My Puppy Tripped Me Up Mi Lud!

Calling in sick has become a constant theme for Najib’s key lawyer Shafee Abdullah and those around him, as it seems every other mode of delay and avoidance runs out in the various trials they are involved in.

The litany of excuses finally reached farcical levels today, when Shafee announced his latest misadventure to delay matters further over Najib’s latest appeal, claiming an accident caused by his pet puppy dog had cracked his hand rendering him unfit to represent his client, who is charged with so many gross crimes that one wonders how judges considered him fit for bail?

The sort of extremists that client Najib Razak now counts as his new political ‘marriage partners’, would of course condemn Shafee for having such a pet in the first place.  However an excuse there clearly had to be.

Cases of Sickness and Shafee Abdullah

Illness also bought time for Shafee personally just last Friday, this time on the part of the judge who was supposed to pass judgement on a case of contempt of court by Shafee, which seems so clear cut that this disgraceful operator ought to have been sentenced and disbarred months ago, and yet time and again proceedings get delayed. On Thursday the judge had himself called in to warn he would be sick for the following court day.

That meant that Shafee remains unsentenced to continue to represent his boss for now at least, until any of these matters ever get to court, given the level of sickness and misfortune that presently surrounds Shafee Abdullah.

For, bear in mind, the contempt of court charge that this notorious lawyer faces is itself linked to a bout of bogus sickness orchestrated by Shafee, who was attempting to keep yet another case involving his boss and Rosmah Mansor out of court in advance of GE14.

This matter related to Deepak Jaikashan, where Deepak was being blackmailed by Najib, Shafee and accomplices (according to extensive evidence before the court) to drop his decision to speak as a witness and defendant in the case brought against the ex-prime minister and his wife by Selvi Bala, the widow of the private detective caught up in the Altantuya murder case.

Shafee (according to texts and recordings now before the court) had threatened Deepak that he must take him on as lawyer to manage the case so that Deepak would be removed as a witness and Najib got off the hook over evidence that he had abused his position as Finance Minister to blackmail Deepak with huge tax bills unless he shut up about the Altantuya case and the way in which the Bala family were bundled out of the country to silence PI Bala’s declaration that Najib was involved.

To avoid Deepak appearing in court (since Deepak was refusing to lie about matters he had already put publicly on record) Shafee orchestrated a series of bogus medical emergencies and hospital appointments on dates Deepak was due in court.  His client was “bleeding from all orifices” Shafee told the judge on one occasion. On another Shafee had Deepak sent to hospital to receive a doctor’s consultation, which made plain the symptoms were being exaggerated.

Deepak has now confessed to the court how he cooperated in these outrageous acts of contempt and lies to the judge, owing to the fact that he was being blackmailed by the huge tax demands that he was told would be lifted if he cooperated. He has produced proof showing Shafee was complicit and furthermore the orchestrator of the whole bogus sicknote farce.

This is the reason for the criminal proceedings for contempt against Shafee, for which he ought to have been sentenced last week…. had not the judge called in sick themself, after various other complications and delays that have prolonged the situation since late last year.

This did leave Shafee free still to represent his client today, had Shafee not called in sick owing to his dog.  Najib seems likely to fall sick next, but hopefully not Najib’s judge.

Anyone would think that Najib is not quite as desperate as he says he is to get to court to prove his innocence over 38 charges of embezzlement, criminal breech of trust and all the rest.


Hou Chin Soon™ @hcsoon


Tangan Shafee tak patah..cuma bengkak saja. Ini buktinya



Orenji オレンジ @OrenjiRenOren


SOALAN CEPUK CEMAS: Hadiah menarik menanti kepada pemenang bertuah!



Jess @jezlai


Look 2 photos. A liar. Tis Auta LowYar Sha Fee must think AG, Judges & Rakyat Stupid Fools! In morning, he represents Chandra Muzaffar daughter’s case in Shah Alam court charged 4 killing ex Cradle CEO. In afternoon, got wrist pain bitten by dog, can’t proceed NutJib court case



On 12 March 2019, #Shafee was allowed to be let off the hearing before the CoA but….?



Geronimo Miller @geronimomiller


Shafee: Hand not fractured but blood capillary swelling – The Edge Markets
Shafee: Hand not fractured but blood capillary swelling
Senior lawyer Tan Sri Muhammad Shafee Abdullah said his hand was not fractured as earlier claimed following x-ray checks but there is a swelling of his blood capillary.


I wonder what else they can use:

Cat bit my arse
Parrot ate my brief
Iguana spat in my eye
Parakeet bit my finger
Hamster ripped my papers

And one for #GOT fans, Dragon set my assistant on 🔥.


BREAKING: Appeals Court Receives Photo of Lawyer Shafee’s Pet Dog




“My pet dog jumped on me. I am now in pain and I need to seek immediate medical attention later through an X-ray scan.”

…how former PM Najib Razak’s lawyer, Shafee Abdullah, got a #1MDB-linked hearing delayed.


Internet users pan Shafee’s claim that dog hurt him


Shafee’s dog.. 😂😂😂


This did leave Shafee free still to represent his client today, had Shafee not called in sick owing to his dog. Najib seems likely to fall sick next, but hopefully not Najib’s judge. Put my bet on this !!! What next !!!


as a school boy, Shafee alway had a ready-made excuse (the dog ate my homework) to give to his teacher whenever he cudn’t finish his…


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CIMB: No, it’s not true that Lim Guan Eng has an account full of money…

12 March 2019


CIMB calls out fake news about Guan Eng’s bank account


@cmlimguaneng @dapmalaysia youtube fake news spreading u hving huge money in cimb account. Better report.
Lim guan eng bank account leaked


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After Liew Chin Tong and Teresa Kok, Waytha Moorthy sues Azwanddin Hamzah…

12 March 2019


Waytha Moorthy sues Azwanddin over racial slur #Malaysia

@_rodahidup @4ourmalaysia @aidamohdhanif @billtay25 @choiom @chongbeng @devilishram @drsunflower @extttc @geanalyst @gurmit0703 @imfsea_aruna @kuabt @lowelsielow54 @rtked

Waytha Moorthy sues Azwanddin over racial slur


@azddin 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣#padanmuka

Waytha Moorthy is demanding general damages, aggravated damages, exemplary damages, an injunction against Azwanddin or JMM from reproducing the speech in any form, interest of five per cent on the judgement sum costs…


Waytha Moorthy sues Azwanddin over racial slur





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The Rome Statute, Johor Sultan, TMJ and Dr Mahathir…

23 March 2019

Johor ruler Sultan Ibrahim Sultan Iskandar has slammed Putrajaya in his birthday speech, accusing them of violating the Federal Constitution by signing the Rome Statute.

Sultan Ibrahim said this, along with the attempt to ratify the International Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination (Icerd), had touched on the monarchy, Malay privileges, and the sanctity of Islam.

“Anyone who touches on the rights and powers of a monarch or state government has violated national laws and can be considered traitors.

“The federal government’s intention to ratify Icerd and sign the Rome Statute is a move that is against the Federal Constitution because it touches on the powers of the monarch, Malay special privileges, and the sanctity of Islam in this country,” he said today.

Johor Crown Prince Tunku Ismail previously accused Putrajaya of undermining the Conference of Rulers when it proceeded to accede to the treaty without prior consultation.

He had claimed that the move would render the Malay rulers irrelevant and impact the status of Malays and Islam in Malaysia.

Wisma Putra had previously stated that the matter was presented to the Yang di-Pertuan Agong.

It had also stressed that that the position of the monarchy will not be threatened by signing the statute.

The Rome Statute governs the International Criminal Court (ICC), which tries four core international crimes – genocide, crimes against humanity, war crimes and crimes of aggression.

Sultan Ibrahim said Putrajaya must remember the social contract on which Malaya was built on.

“The government must remember the social contract in the history of forming Malaya, where the privileges of Malays and the powers of the Agong and Malay rulers can’t be touched or reduced.

“As such, I wish to remind the government to not follow any international conventions to get recognition from outsiders, but will, in the end, destroy national sovereignty and threaten the peace of its own people,” he added.

Previously Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad had taken a swipe at Tunku Ismail for criticising Putrajaya’s move to sign the Rome Statute.

“He is not an elected representative. He is only speaking for himself,” Mahathir said.

Meanwhile, Putrajaya had backed down on plans to ratify Icerd after protests from Malay groups including PAS and Umno.

11 March 2019


Dr M: TMJ speaks for himself on Rome Statute concerns


@null “Dia bukan wakil rakyat” – Tun M jawab TMJ Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohamad menyifatkan


Dr Mahathir Mohamad had written to then acting Yang di-Pertuan Agong Sultan Nazrin Shah about the Rome Statute on Dec 26, 2018. 👊


Statut Rom: TMJ bukan wakil rakyat, kata Dr Mahathir


‘Orchestrated’ war crimes reason to oppose Rome Statute – TMJ


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A Sundra Rajoo, ex AIAC director, wants immunity from arrest and prosecution…

11 March 2019


Ex-AIAC director seeking immunity from arrest, prosecution

A Sundra Rajoo has filed a judicial review in a bid for immunity from possible arrest and prosecution for any acts he may have committed during his tenure as the director of the Asian International Arbitration Centre (AIAC).

In Sundra’s filing at the Kuala Lumpur High Court, he said he enjoyed the same immunity as an ambassador or high commissioner – which cannot be unilaterally revoked by the government, he was quoted as saying by The Malaysian Insight.

Sundra also said that he was forced to relinquish his post as AIAC director.

He is seeking an order stopping the Attorney-General’s Chambers from laying any charge, as well as prohibiting the MACC from detaining him or bringing any judicial proceedings against him.

He is also seeking a declaration that his immunity cannot be revoked.

The foreign minister, attorney-general, MACC and the government of Malaysia were named as respondents.

Sundra came into the spotlight last year after the anti-graft commission raided his office and questioned several of his staff members.

He was suspected of using government funds to obtain favours from past and present ministers to extend his contract as AIAC director.

This was after anonymous letters were sent to several people – including the MACC, attorney-general Tommy Thomas, Foreign Minister Saifuddin Abdullah and inspector-general of police Mohd Fuzi Harun.

He resigned from AIAC last November following the graft allegations.

He was arrested by MACC on Nov 20, 2018, but a Magistrate’s Court in Putrajaya rejected the commission’s application to remand Sundra for seven days.

This came after AIAC’s lawyers told the court that the MACC had no jurisdiction to arrest Sundra, as he is a high officer protected under the International Organisations (Privileges and Immunities) Act 1992 (Act 485).

The government was reportedly taking steps to waive the immunity claimed by Sundra.


Sundra Rajoo claims immunity from arrest, charges


Sundra Rajoo and the affidavit of Hamid Sultan Abu Backer…

Sundra Rajoo is the ex-director of the ASIAN International Arbitration Centre (AIAC).

Hamid Sultan Abu Backer, a Court of Appeal Judge,  filed a 65-page affidavit which revealed allegations of bullying and coercion of lawyers, constitutional conspiracy, and the purported interference of high-profile court cases in the country.


Court of Appeal Judge Hamid Sultan Abu Backer files an affidavit supporting Sangeet Kaur Deo’s court application against Chief Justice Richard Malanjum…



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Mindef land swaps: Aides of Hishamuddin Hussein implicated. Will he be questioned?

19 March 2019

Malay Mail @malaymail

Mindef land swap deals done in contravention of financial regulations, says PM

PUTRAJAYA, March 19 — The final report from the Governance, Procurement and Finance Investigating Committee on Ministry of Defence (Mindef) land swap deals reveals that the land swap method used by the previous government is in contravention of financial regulations.

In fact, in the report, the investigating committee also identified other land swap deals which contravened the government procurement procedures, with some of the deals being done with the purpose to increase the number of voters in military camps during elections.

The report was tabled at the Cabinet Select Committee on Anti-Corruption (JKKMAR) meeting chaired by Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad, here today.

Speaking to reporters after the meeting, Dr Mahathir said the camps were built for election purposes, which to enable military personnel to be stationed and cast their votes in certain constituencies.

“This is an offence. We found that many land swap deals were done to build such camps. There are cases in which some camps were closed right after the elections,” he said.

According to the statement issued by the JKKMAR after the meeting, legal action would be taken against those involved in the issue.

Last month, Defence Minister Mohamad Sabu disclosed that the two military camps in Paloh, Johor, and in Hutan Melintang, Perak, were not part of the ministry’s need, but were built on the instructions of the previous Barisan Nasional government to have their voters transferred to the areas in order to achieve their political agenda.

Mindef had also submitted its internal investigation report on the land swap deals involving the two camps to the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission after finding that it had incurred a great amount of losses to the government and had compromised the national strategic interests. — Bernama

10 March 2019



FORMER defence minister Hishammuddin Hussein’s aides were involved in the armed forces land swap deals which caused losses amounting to RM500 million to the ministry, said Liew Chin Tong.

The deputy defence minister said this was discovered by the Special Investigations Committee (SIC) chaired by former auditor-general Ambrin Buang.

“The report names the officers who were attached to Hishammuddin at the time as being linked with the deals.  

“The (then) minister’s personal officers were implicated (in the deals). The report has been sent to MACC,” he told The Malaysian Insight in a recent interview.

He was referring to the findings of a special committee whih had reported that losses were incurred by the Defence Ministry in 16 land swap projects since 1997. These included the building of four military camps for political purposes, including one in Paloh which falls under the Sembrong constituency held by Hishammuddin.

The committee was set up by the Pakatan Harapan administration to look into the procurement and administrative procedures of the previous government.

Following the findings of the comamittee (sic), Hishammuddin had said he had nothing to hide.

Liew, meanwhile, said the land swap deals were done solely for Barisan Nasional’s political interest and not for strategic military purposes.

“The two clear cases are the Paloh camp, which is in Hishamudddin’s constituency in Johor and the Hutan Melintang camp in Bagan Datuk, which is Umno president Ahmad Zahid Hamidi’s constituency.”  

He said two other camps were built in Segamat, Johor and Bera in Pahang. The then MP for Segamat was former MIC president and health minister Dr S. Subramaniam while Umno leader Ismail Sabri Yaakob is the MP for Bera.

“These four camps were constructed purely on the basis for political purposes. They were built in marginal seats in order to strengthen the position of BN in those areas.

“Paloh was the only camp for which they could not shift in the voters in time,” Liew said.

He said that the move (to relocate the bases) was bad for the nation because the previous government had viewed the camps as vote banks and built military facilities not for strategic defensive purposes.

“This shall never be repeated and we should do everything to prevent it.

“Those camps were not part of any military strategy. It was to strengthen the marginal seats. There was political interference to benefit selected political masters.”  

Liew said that another issue to look at was the acts of developers in wanting the ministry’s land bank for commercial purposes.

They (developers) wanted urban land in certain places and in order to get them, the armed forces had to be moved.

“The developers are the ones who proposed the land swaps. It was not because the military wanted to move.

“It’s because the land was in the middle of the city and was deemed a valuable land bank.”

He said as a result, the armed forces were forced to relocate to places close to the jungle.

“This was one of Ambrin’s main criticisms on the land swaps that happened over the years.”

He gave examples of how the old palace (now the Royal Museum along Jalan Istana) and the official residences of armed forces chief and the defence minister had been relocated as a result of land swaps.

He said the places were originally built to be close to the Sg Besi camp.

“When they planned it years ago, there was consideration that if there is an emergency, the Sg Besi air base can serve as an urban evacuation point.

“But today, because of 1Malaysia Development Bhd taking over the land, the military has been pushed to Sedayan in Seremban.”

the malaysian insight


Mindef land swaps used to boost voter base for #Hishammuddin, #Zahid Hamidi #myedgeprop


Hishammuddin’s aides implicated in land swap deals, says Chin Tong


23 February 2019

Geronimo Miller @geronimomiller

Syed Mokhtar’s company confirms it was involved in RM500m land swap deal with MINDEFThe Edge Markets
Syed Mokhtar’s company confirms it was involved in RM500m land swap deal with MINDEF
KUALA LUMPUR (Feb 23): Kelana Ventures Sdn Bhd (KVSB), a company owned by tycoon Tan Sri Syed Mokhtar Albukhary, has confirmed a report by The Edge Financial Daily that it was the private party in a…

KUALA LUMPUR (Feb 23): Kelana Ventures Sdn Bhd (KVSB), a company owned by tycoon Tan Sri Syed Mokhtar Albukhary, has confirmed a report by The Edge Financial Daily that it was the private party in a controversial land swap deal with the Ministry of Defence (MINDEF) involving the Royal Malaysian Air Force land in Kinrara, Puchong.

However, it clarified that the land had been valued by the company at RM500 million, based on its existing condition — without taking into account the future conversion premium that need to be paid (for commercial and residential status), and other restrictions and conditions that may be imposed by the Selangor state government for future development.

In a letter to the daily, it said in return for the land, the company entered into an arrangement with MINDEF to build three new facilities for the ministry at RM499.9 million in total.

The new facilities are: a new army camp at Kem Paloh, Kluang, Johor, at a cost of RM280.7 million, a new logistics management training centre (pusat latihan pengurusan logistik) at Sendayan, Negeri Sembilan at RM137.3 million, and a new air force base (Markas Tentera Udara 2) at Kementah, Kuala Lumpur, at RM81.9 million.

KVSB also clarified that the land-swap deal and the agreement to build the facilities have yet to be signed between KVSB and MINDEF, but that the company had — at the request of MINDEF — agreed to start construction works for Kem Paloh.

As KVSB is of the view that the daily’s article “does not reflect the true nature of the arrangement between KVSB and the Ministry of Defence”, it said the report is “erroneous and misleading”.

In the article published on Friday, the daily reported, quoting sources, that KVSB was involved in a politically-motivated land swap deal with MINDEF, under which the ministry had lost RM258 million by selling the Kinrara plot in Puchong at a 34% discount to the company.

It also reported that Defence Minister Mohamad Sabu’s special functions officer, Mohd Nasasie Ismail, had told reporters on Thursday that the land, measuring 101.81 acre (41.2ha), had been swapped for RM500 million although it had been valued at RM758 million by the Valuation and Property Services Department (JPPH) in May 2015.

In return, Nasasie said the private firm — which he did not name — would build three new facilities for the ministry: a new military base in Paloh, the new air force base, and a new logistics training centre.

Nasasie said the ministry had also overvalued the land in Paloh, which it acquired via a land swap at a 43% premium. The 62-acre (25ha) plot had been acquired by MINDEF at RM10.47 million, although JPPH valued the land at only RM7.28 million. The valuation was also done in 2015.

Nasasie was speaking to reporters at the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission Agency (MACC) headquarters, where he went to submit the findings on the two land swaps based on the final report on the matter from the special committee investigating governance, procurement and finance headed by former auditor-general Tan Sri Ambrin Buang.

On Wednesday, MINDEF revealed that government funds in excess of RM500 million is believed to have been leaked via 16 of the ministry’s land swap deals.

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Controversy and threat to sue: Khalidah Nazir Ahmad and the Taman Manggis PPR…

9 March 2019


Ni lah FB penyewa flat PPR yg dok komplen kena halau bagai. Mewah, kaya raya. Fly sana sini, siap ke abu dhabi lg.

Dia dok delete posting mewah dia. Siapa cepat, dptla tgk.

Credit – Facebook Users


Low-cost unit resident mulls legal action over business class trip exposé

Low-cost unit resident mulls legal action over business class trip exposé

Susan Loone  |  Published:

An outspoken resident of Penang’s low-cost Taman Manggis people’s housing project (PPR), who was evicted this week, had apparently flown business class to Colombo, Sri Lanka, in 2014.

However, Khalidah Nazir Ahmad, 63, (above) is extremely upset that the Facebook post of her taking the MAS flight with her husband has gone viral on social media.

“I do not want to comment about it anymore. I have spoken to a lawyer to look into the matter,” Khalidah told Malaysiakini when contacted.

“The Facebook posting is my personal business, isn’t it stupid to ask me about it?” she shot back.

Khalidah was one of the 22 residents who was evicted from their RM124-a month public housing units in Taman Manggis on Wednesday.

They were found to be no longer qualified for the homes which are reserved for the hardcore poor and even then only on a five-year lease.

Since then, Khalidah and several others, including children and senior citizens have demonstrated at Komtar in George Town to get the Penang government to reverse its decision to evict them.

Their plight even caught the attention of Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamed, who dispatched his political assistant Abdul Bakar Yahya to look into the matter.

Khalidah’s luxurious lifestyle caught netizens’ attention when her flight ticket was posted onto her Facebook page showing that she was a frequent traveller.

Asked to explain, Khalidah told The Star that she got the upgrade to business class because her brother, who has a retail shop, transferred his frequent flyer points to her.

“What has that got to do with the predicament I am now in? People should mind their own business,” Khalidah was quoted as saying.

At a press conference on Wednesday, Chief Minister Chow Kon Yeow said the Taman Manggis flats were only available for tenants up to five years after which their tenancy agreement would be reviewed by the state housing department.

He said the tenants evicted had been given ample time since last year to move out and an eviction exercise last week was postponed to allow them to appeal their case to the state housing department.

“Tenancy at these public housing units comes with conditions. It is hoped that after five years, these tenants would have improved themselves financially thus allowing other more needy tenants to live in the units,” Chow said.

Today, Penang exco Dr Afif Bahardin met the evicted residents in Komtar to convey to them that the state government would allow them to return to their units for three days to gather their belongings.


Accused of flying business class, evicted PPR tenant fumbles to explain #Malaysia

@_rodahidup @4ourmalaysia @aidamohdhanif @billtay25 @choiom @chongbeng @devilishram @drsunflower @extttc @gurmit0703 @imfsea_aruna @lowelsielow54


#NSTnation: Eviction of #TamanManggisPPR residents was labeled illegal as the process was done without a proper court order. Lawyer Mohd Khairul Azam Abdul Aziz said the move goes against Section 7 (2) of Specific Relief Act 1950

Khalidah was one of the 22 residents who was evicted from their RM124-a month public housing units in Taman Manggis…They were found to be no longer qualified for the homes which are reserved for the hardcore poor


Khalidah Nazir Ahmad, 63, who has been staying at the low-cost PPR flats in Taman Manggis on a rental of RM124, travelled on business class during a trip to Colombo, Sri Lanka in May 18, 2014.

### give to others who need it la aiyoh yoh yoh


Lagi penyewa PPR Taman Manggis bakal diusir


Taman Manggis flats only a transit home, says Penang CM


RT 501Awani: #AWANInews #AWANI745 Isu PPR Taman Manggis: Terimalah hakikat anda dah tak layak – KM Pulau Pinang


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Reactions to the PAS -Umno Alliance…

6 March 2019


Umno-PAS, MCA-MIC pacts out to make governing Malaysia tough for Pakatan, says Liew


FIGHT BACK MSIANS, DON’T LET UMNO, PAS, MCA & MIC TEAR MSIA APART WITH THEIR DIABOLICAL SANDIWARA: PH MUST RETURN 2 D PPL @nonvitaltooth @_chuad @lowelsielow54 @billtay25 @chongbeng @arifsetia20132d @eddydaud @GEanalyst @richardrichli @imfsea_aruna @kuabt


Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad said the Pakatan Harapan (PH) is not afraid to see the coalition of PAS and UMNO because this gives many opportunities and issues to expose that both parties have made it mandatory for them to lie.


Is #PAS ready to be bossed around by #Najib? asks Malaysian PM #Mahathir


It is utter disgrace that MCA doesn’t see the racial damage caused by UMNO but screams of racism in what LGE said.

Put your tail under your legs when you meet your supreme UMNO bosses this Friday.

On Friday MCA will report that all is well in BN and it was a misunderstanding


VIDEO by @kinitv | Read the corrected version, says Guan Eng over statement on Umno PAS union


VIDEO by @kinitv | BN, PAS unite against Guan Eng


Umno-PAS, a marriage of political convenience


Mohamed Khaled Nordin defends the PAS-Umno alliance after the prime minister recalls the time PAS labelled Umno members as infidels.


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Is it truly the end for the MCA? No, MCA will survive as a minion of Imno…

9 March 2019

Malaysia Chronicle @MsiaChronicle


MCA and MIC will remain with Barisan Nasional despite stating last week that they are looking at their future options, including dissolving the former ruling coalition.

The coalition will form a technical committee to look into the grievances of both component members, said BN acting chairman Mohamad Hasan.

“The resolution (to dissolve BN) was tabled and discussed but there was no consensus on it. But we will take heed of its recommendations and a committee will be formed to look into grievances brought by our partners,” Mohamad told reporters after the BN supreme council meeting today.

This the first BN supreme council meeting after two of its component parties, MCA and MIC, said last week that they are looking at their options following Umno’s move to forge closer ties with Islamist party PAS.

Umno, the Malay nationalist party which leads BN, wants to form a formal pact with PAS, its traditional nemesi following several by-elections in which both worked successfully together.

Umno and PAS are attempting to take over Putrajaya from Pakatan Harapan by crafting an ultra-conservative communal platform that they hope would appeal to Malay-Muslims who make up more than 60% of the electorate.

After BN’s historic defeat in the general election last year, its first since Merdeka, MCA had decided to move a resolution to dissolve the coalition.

Mohamad said the meeting also discussed grievances about the previous BN administration under prime minister Najib Razak.

“For instance, MIC brought up the issue of the direct distribution of aid to the Indian community by the previous government, as this had weakened MIC. Before that system, all aid to the community was through MIC.

“This, along with state-level BN administrations, will be discussed by the technical committee so that no one feels they are sidelined.”

BN is very much intact, and MCA and MIC are committed to the coalition, he said, dismissing reports that the pact is on the brink of collapse.

“Umno has never wanted BN to be dissolved because we have been together for a long time and we have done much for the country.”

MCA president Dr Wee Ka Siong said he accepts the fact that there is no consensus to dissolve BN.

“Since the very beginning, BN has made its decisions based on consensus, and not unilaterally. Now that the decision on our resolution has been made, I will go back and discuss this with the MCA central committee.

“We want BN to return to its core values, its original intent, which is to support togetherness and respect the federal constitution.”  – THE MALAYSIAN INSIGHT

6 March 2019


Treated like the MIC as a lesser member of the BN by Umno, the MCA has also discovered that Umno and PAS will formalize their co-operation as an alliance.

What is next for Wee Ka Siong and the MCA?

Fact: The MCA has one parliamentary seat and that came from Umno’s support.

Racial politics: where it all went wrong for the MCA? via @scmpnews @nonvitaltooth @_chuad @lowelsielow54 @billtay25 @chongbeng @arifsetia20132d @eddydaud @GEanalyst @CA4MSIA @richardrichli @imfsea_aruna @kuabt @ahkmlog @twt_stupid @zulnine09


In BN, there’s 3 clowns (MCA Prez, MIC Prez & illegal BN Sec-Gen Nazri) headed by Big Racist Clown, Mat Hassan,BN Acting President who called non-Malays like MCA MIC as ‘penumpang’.
How can a Racist lead BN-multi racial political coalition in Msia.
BN Big Political Joker in Msia.


Umno, PAS announces official collaboration


LATEST: MCA and MIC “moving on” from BN…


Nazri: Parties leaving BN ‘no big deal’, MCA and MIC can go now | Malaysia | Malay Mail


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March 2019: PAS and Umno in Alliance, a dangerous threat to not just PH but also a multi-racial Malaysia…

6 March 2019


PAS has been seduced by materialism.



UMNO-PAS marriage while MCA-MIC divorcing UMNO. How 2read this realignment? I call it “scorched earth policy/movement strategy”. The mission is to tear PH apart n burn d house down thru “flank attack” (UMNO-PAS on Malay front;MCA-MIC on non Malay front). Racial uprising movements


Penyatuan rasmi ikatan UMNO & Pas




Umno, PAS announces official collaboration


Top #Umno and #PAS leaders meet behind closed doors for unity talks


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