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Ahmad Maslan 2.0 #MalaysiaBaru Telah Muncul?

Bekas Timbalan Menteri Kewangan, Datuk Ahmad Maslan, dijadikan bahan lawak oleh pihak Pakatan Harapan, sejak sekian lama.

Pemimpin dan penyokong Pakatan Harapan menghina beliau apabila pemimpin BN itu mengatakan bahawa jika harga barang terlalu mahal, masak dan tanamlah sayur sendiri.

Kenyataan itu dikatakan sebagai satu kenyataan yang bodoh, tidak masuk akal dan di luar konteks akibatnya, Datuk Ahmad Maslan telah diejek dan dihina oleh mereka.

Bagai meludah kelangit, terkena muka sendiri!

Dua hari lepas, Presiden Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia (PPBM), merangkap Menteri Dalam Negeri, Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin telah dilaporkan oleh Free Malaysia Today menegasakan bahawa kerajaan PH fokus untuk meringankan beban rakyat akibat kos sara hidup yang tinggi dan mencadangkan orang ramai menanam sayur-sayuran dan buah-buahan sendiri di tanah kosong.

The Pakatan Harapan federal government is very focused on easing the burden of the people, stemming from the high cost of living, PPBM president Muhyiddin Yassin said today…
In Kedah, many plots of land are not fully utilised, people can use those plots of land to grow their own crops, vegetables and fruits.
“That way, you don’t have to spend so much at the market.”

Kenyataan yang hampir sama dengan apa yang pernah dibuat oleh Ahmad Maslan dahulu!

Semasa mereka menjadi pembangkang, merujuk kepada Ahmad Maslan, mereka berkata orang bodoh tidak boleh jadi menteri.

Demi berlaku adil, memandangkan Muhyiddin kini bercakap seperti Ahmad Maslan, masih layakkah beliau memegang jawatan Menteri Dalam Negeri, satu jawatan yang jauh lebih tinggi daripada jawatan Ahmad Maslan dahulu?

DAP Uses MCA to ‘Screw’ UMNO?

Ever since the proposed amendment of Act 355 was tabled on the 26th of May 2016, DAP and its allies including supposedly Muslim parties had strongly opposed the amendment to empower the Syariah Courts and fabricated stories to justify their actions.

Using fictitious, weird and out of context arguments, DAP and friends have been making stern statements not only to voice out their disagreements but also trying to deny the democratic process by trying to forbid the private bill from being tabled in Parliament.   

Not only that, DAP went as far as dragging its ‘enemies’ along to support its cause and pressuring them, in particular MCA, MIC, GERAKAN, and SUPP to force UMNO to oppose the amendment as well.

They even made seditious statements such as urging the non-Malay parties to leave BN since UMNO is working together with PAS ‘to get hudud implemented through backdoor channels’.

Now, why does DAP seriously want UMNO to fight against the amendment that has nothing to do with most of DAP leaders and members?

Well, while the proposed amendment of Act 355 will not affect their lives, UMNO’s support for the Act will definitely gives a great impact to DAP’s chance to win in the coming general election, hence it does affect them indirectly!

DAP who wants to win big in the coming general election can only achieve its dreams if UMNO and Barisan Nasional candidates lose; so DAP must make sure that UMNO supporters will not vote for UMNO.

In general, the so-called progressive Malays such as the Malays supporting LGBT rights, pluralism of religion, liberalism and those who are against the amendment of Act 355 will not vote for UMNO; as they feel that UMNO’s approach to Islamic matters is too conservative and not ‘progressive’.

The Negeri Sembilan’s transgender case clearly proves that the government is really serious in curbing the LGBT way of lives.

At the same time, it is not a secret that majority of the Chinese did not vote for MCA during the last general election, and obviously will still not be supporting MCA in the coming 14th General Election.

So the MCA’s candidates can only win the election if the Malay voters who support UMNO vote for them in order to uphold Islam in Malaysia as so far proven by the UMNO led Barisan Nasional.

Therefore, in order to win in the coming general election, DAP must make sure that the UMNO’s Malay voters will no longer vote for UMNO and its allies, and one of the ways to do so is to give the impression that UMNO leaders are no longer fighting for Islam and are as bad as the progressive Muslims leaders of DAP and friends.

And one of the best ways to deny UMNO from winning is to stop UMNO from supporting the amendment of Act 355, hence, making UMNO’s Malay voters angry, and ‘hopefully’ in frustration, some may even vote for the progressive Malay parties as a revenge.

DAP will then play the issue that UMNO had cheated its Malay voters and tell them to teach UMNO a lesson by not voting for UMNO’s and other Barisan Nasional’s candidates; therefore giving DAP and friends a much bigger chance to win in the next general election.

In other words, DAP is actually trying to use MCA as a tool to make the Malays hate UMNO so that they won’t be voting for UMNO and other candidates of the Barisan Nasional, including MCA.

DAP dares to pressure MCA to fight against the amendment because DAP knows that MCA will not be able to win the hearts of the Chinese who had voted for DAP in the previous general election even if MCA went all out to fight against the amendment of Act 355.

So, does it make any sense for MCA to be so arrogant and make the people who voted for them feel very,very angry,unappreciated and cheated?

MCA must understand that unlike DAP’s supporters, the Chinese who had voted for MCA are those who do not agree to the harsh ideologies of DAP and understand and respect the rights of the Muslims to be governed by the Syariah law; so MCA must not fall into DAP’s trap if MCA really wants to win in the coming general election.

Is it logical that DAP cares enough for MCA that it is forcefully dragging MCA to go all out fighting against the amendment so that the non-Muslim voters especially the Chinese will not ‘punish’ MCA in the coming general election?

Unless MCA is an ally of DAP, DAP will do anything to make the voters hate MCA because unless there is a secret agenda, no political party will want their opponent to win any vote.

So that is why the leaders of DAP and friends insist that even though the non-Muslims are not under the jurisdiction the Act 355, they are still affected by the Act because the Malays who support the Act will not be voting for UMNO and Barisan Nasional candidates if UMNO fails to support the amendment; meaning the support for the amendment will affect both the Muslim and non-Muslim candidates of DAP and friends in their chances to win the Malay votes in the coming general election.

So, MCA must grow up and be rational, and remember that they must not fall into DAP’s trap unless it intends to ‘commit suicide’.

BN Won The PRK Teluk Intan!

Mah Siew Keong from Barisan Nasional won the Teluk Intan by-election with a 238 majority.

BN’s Mah Siew Keong won 20,157 votes while DAP’s Dyana Sofya won 19,919 votes.



Left UMNO: Ahmad Said Forgot What He Did To Idris Jusoh

A few hours after he was replaced, Terengganu former Menteri Besar (MB) or Chief Minister, Ahmad Said has officially left UMNO.

It was reported that he left UMNO because he was angry over the matter and wants to still be an MB at least until during the wedding of one of his children this weekend.

I was shocked to hear the news because I never knew he would have the heart to do that.

Ahmad Said has forgotten the history of how he became the MB in 2008.

On 22 March 2008, Ahmad Said took over Datuk Seri Idris Jusoh’s position as the Menteri Besar of Terengganu despite BN just won a big majority in the Terengganu state election under Idris.

In that election, BN won 24 out of 32 state seats, while PAS won the remaining 8 seats compared to BN under Ahmad Said did very badly during the 13th General Election.

It was also reported that Idris received full support of twenty-three of the 24 Barisan Nasional state assemblymen elected and Federal Government.

Idris Jusoh was replaced only because the Sultan of Terengganu wants Ahmad Said to become the MB instead of Idris.

Of course Idris was angry; but did he leave UMNO the way Ahmad Said did?

Not like Ahmad Said, Idris was and is still loyal to UMNO and kept fighting for the party and did a very good job. 

But only hours after Ahmad Said was replaced, he quits UMNO.

What kind of man is he?

Is power and money is all that he could think of?

If Ahmad Said can get another ADUN to join him, BN may lost Terengganu to the opposition but it is good to get rid of leaders with no integrity and with no loyalty to the party before it is too late.

It is time for the Terengganu UMNO to regroup and build a better team under a better leader who will never sell his party for his own agendas.

Jeff Ooi, “Sack That Selangor MB”


From Jeff Ooi’s Facebook.


DAP’s MP of Jelutong, Jeff Ooi, wants the Selangor MB to be sacked because of the water crisis issue.

But must we blame the water crisis on Khalid alone?

What about the Selangor Exco members?

Aren’t they supposed to take care of Selangor too?

And what about the good governance that the oppositions are talking about?

If the opposition parties failed to solve the water problems in Selangor, how could they govern a country?

As Jeff Ooi wrote,

“We never faced water rationing as protracted like this before, not even during BN days. 

Hmm… now, even an opposition leader knows that BN took care of Selangor better than they are doing now.

But I won’t be surprise if later on UMNO or BN will be blamed for their failure to solve this problem 🙂

Penyokong Wan Azizah Kecewakan Hannah Yeoh?

Opposition leaders call UMNO leaders and members racists and boasted that Pakatan leaders and supporters are open minded and against racism.

(Image credit to helenang.wordpress.com)

(Image credit to helenang.wordpress.com)

As we drove around Kajang on the election day of the N25 Kajang, we saw lots of party supporters by the roadside waving their parties’ flags, especially around the voting centers.

The Muslim PKR supporters shouted to my parents that they must vote for PKR’s Wan Azizah because she is a Malay Muslim and must not vote for BN because BN’s candidate is a non-Muslim and a Chinese.

After we put on the BN T-shirts that were given to us by the BN’s team, a lot of PKR supporters shouted bad and foul words because they said that we are supporting a non-Muslim.

Some old men even stuck their tongues out at me, which is very rude.

Will Hannah Yeoh call them racist and tweet about it?

But of course Hannah Yeoh won’t call them racist because they are Pakatan members and supporters!

Photos: PRK Kajang Election Day Experience

The best PRK Kajang poster.

The best PRK Kajang poster.

Yesterday morning, we drove around Kajang to see what’s happening on the election day of the N25 Kajang seat.

We shouted words of support to the BN teams of supporters whenever we saw them waving BN flags by the roadside.

The BN team waving BN flags.

The BN team waving BN flags.

It was fun, we put on the BN T-shirts that were given to us as we drove and somebody gave us a BN flag that my sister waved from inside the car.

PRK Kajang - election day.

PRK Kajang – election day.

As my father drove slowly and we were shouting, “Hidup BN” to the BN team, a BN supporter threw me a BN t-shirt from across the street to my car window and they shouted happily when I managed catch it.

We even got a BN umbrella, BN caps and even three kangkungs and shouted of foul words from the PKR supporters!


PKR members bring kangkung everywhere, I guess PKR members love kangkung so much that they can’t live without it.

I was very excited to see the BN’s candidate, Datin Paduka Chew Mei Fun talking to BN team by the roadside.

She and the BN team waved at us excitedly when they heard us shouting, “Hidup BN!” and waving the BN flag from our car.

Sadly, we did not stop so that my sisters and I can’t take a photo with her.

A woman wearing a hat.

A woman wearing a summer hat, maybe she was not given a PKR cap by her father.

By the way, we passed Nurul Izzah as she walked to meet the PKR team wearing a summer hat.

Though my father can’t vote for he is not a Kajang resident, but it’s fun giving support to the BN teams who worked very hard under the blazing sun.

But at the end of the day, it is very sad to see that the people of Kajang are supporting nepotism that is freely practised by PKR and its allies, PAS and DAP.

Please click the photos for larger images:

Who Is Racist?

Who are actually racists?

Below are some tweets by Pakatan Rakyat’s DAP Hannah Yeoh: 

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(Image credit to helenang.wordpress.com)

Pakatan Rakyat, an unregistered political alliance whose leaders and supporters always accuse UMNO as racist may not be too happy after BN announced Datin Paduka Chew Mei Fun as the candidate for the Kajang by-election.

Below is a Facebook statement by a Pakatan’s supporter :

Click to enlarge (Image credit to Pisau.Net)
Click to enlarge (Image credit to Pisau.Net)

Look at what was written in the above red box; now who is talking about race?

My point is, Pakatan would accused UMNO as racist if the BN’s candidate for Kajang is a Malay because Kajang’s seat used to be MCA’s; but when BN chose an MCA’s candidate, Pakatan made a racist remark that UMNO is scared of MCA.

SUARAM’s Candlelight Vigil – Who Actually Supports RACISM?

The above photo was from Generasi Pejuang Bangsa.

SUARAM’s candlelight vigil at Esplanade, Penang. (The photo is from Generasi Pejuang Bangsa/ GPB).

Suara Rakyat Malaysia’s, (SUARAM) Candlelight Vigil was held at the Esplanade in Penang on May 13, 2013.


I would like to say three things about the above picture:

  1. There is a man wearing Muslim attire in the photo  Didn’t he knows that Muslims should not join Candlelight Vigil?

  2. The candles on the ground forms the sentence, “TOLAK RASISM!!!” Who are they referring to?

  3. The second banner from left says; “APA WE MAO? Bersih Lah” Why did they use the word ‘MAO’ when they should know that the right word in Bahasa Melayu is ‘mahu’; so they actually humiliates the Malays, especially when the word ‘Mao’ is synonym to Mao Zedong, a communist leader from China.

GPB wrote that:

“Turut hadir beberapa anggota Dewan Undangan Negeri (ADUN), termasuk (Sungai Puyu) dan Dr Afif Bahardin (Seberang Jaya).”

I am sad to see Muslims who do not understand that Muslims cannot take part in any Candlelight Vigil activity and PAS who supports SUARAM does not care to warn the PR’s Muslims about this.


And in referring to them using the word ‘MAO’ instead of ‘mahu’, I want to ask SUARAM, now who are the ones who are actually racist?

It is easy to say bad things about others but it is hard to admit our own mistakes and for SUARAM, they are always perfect and like all the PR leaders, members and supporters – BN is never right and they would try to blame BN for whatever mistake that they ever made.

 Muzakarah Jawatankuasa Fatwa Majlis Kebangsaan Bagi Hal Ehwal Ugama Islam Malaysia Kali Ke-88 yang bersidang pada 2 Oktober 2009 telah membincangkan Hukum Penglibatan Orang Islam Dalam Aktiviti Candlelight Vigil. Muzakarah telah memutuskan bahawa:

  1. Islam melarang umatnya daripada terlibat dalam apa jua amalan yang bersifat ritual atau upacara agama bukan Islam.

  2. Umat Islam dilarang menyertai aktiviti Candlelight Vigil kerana ia mengandungi unsur-unsur tasyabbuh dengan agama bukan Islam yang akan menjejaskan akidah umat Islam.

Barisan Nasional Wins GE13/ Barisan Nasional Menang PRU13

Barisan Nasional (BN) had won simple majority at 12:50.