Sincerity attested

The tenth Menteri Besar Kedah

The tenth Menteri Besar Kedah

Newly appointed 10th Menteri Besar of Kedah Dato’ Paduka Mukhriz Mahathir asked all Opposition elected representatives and leaders in the state to step forward and together, move Kedah in the transformation agenda of bringing it closer to a developed state status.

Mukhriz: Put aside political beliefs, help develop Kedah

MAY 17, 2013

Mukhriz said since Kedah was left out of mainstream development for a long time, many things have to be done to achieve developed state status in line with the federal government’s aspiration. – File pic

JERLUN, May 17 — Kedahans have been urged to put aside their political beliefs and forget conflicts during the 13th general election (GE13) campaign and focus on developing the state.

Menteri Besar Datuk Mukhriz Mahathir said various polemics and split among society occurred because politics were extensively discussed by the people and mass media.

“Put aside politics so that we can foster unity regardless of political beliefs.  Its time to extend the hand of friendship to unite people of various races so that the government can perform its duties as entrusted.”

Speaking at a function to mark Barisan Nasional’s (BN) election win in Alor Biak today, he said to bring Kedah on par with developed states requires the cooperation of all parties.

Mukhriz said since Kedah was left out of mainstream development for a long time, many things have to be done to achieve developed state status in line with the federal government’s aspiration.

“To my friends in the opposition, come join hands in developing Kedah. Maybe some people think this is impossible but nothing is impossible if we really want a better future.”

At the event, Mukhriz, who is also Ayer Hitam State Assemblyman apologised to all parties for his action during the general election campaign.

More than 5,000 people in Jerlun parliamentary particularly Ayer Hitam attended the event.

Present were Jerlun Member of Parliament Datuk Othman Aziz, Kota Siputeh State Assemblyman Datuk Abu Hasan Sarif and Mukhriz’s wife, Datin Norzieta Zakaria. – Bernama


This in an opening move for all Kedahans to come together and show their unity, for the sake of betterment and progress. It is time for all elected representatives in Kedah, especially amongst PAS and PKR to put aside all their idealogical political stance.

The last five years saw an extremely intense amount of politicking, not only between PAS as the 9th Kedah State Government and BN but also within PAS itself and PAS’s distrusted relationship with their so-called ‘pack partner’ Chinese Chauvinist DAP.

Kedah economy was stagnant during the five year PAS rule. In fact, Kedah State Government’s debt slide downwards by RM 1 billion due to weak leadership and poor administration under then PAS Kedah Commissioner Dato’ Seri Azizan Abdul Razak.

This offer came as the infighting within PAS Kedah became more intense, even though they have lost power in the Malay heartland state.

Phahrolrazi resigns as Kedah Pas deputy commissioner

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ALOR STAR: Datuk Phahrolrazi Zawawi has resigned as Kedah Pas deputy commissioner I to pave the way for newly-appointed state party chief Datuk Mahfuz Omar to name his new team.

He said it was only right for him to do so since Mahfuz had been appointed as Kedah Pas commissioner to replace former Menteri Besar Datuk Seri Azizan Abdul Razak, who is now bedridden after he suffered serious infection to both his legs. His legs have also been amputated from the knee down.

“My post in Kedah Pas is an appointed one.

“I don’t belong to Mahfuz’s team and he has the prerogative to choose his deputy,” he told reporters when asked on Pas leadership’s decision to appoint Mahfuz as the new Kedah Pas commissioner.

Mahfuz, the only Pas member of parliament from Kedah after the party performed badly in the state in the just concluded general election,  is also Pas vice-president.

Phahrolrazi, who had led a futile bid to overthrow Azizan as menteri besar in 2010, said he would hesitate to retain his post if asked by Mahfuz.

“I am still Kuala Kedah Pas division chairman and I will continue working for the party,” he said


Upon the retirement of Azizan as the 9th Menteri Besar due to losing control in the Kedah State Assembly at the 13GE, his position as PAS Kedah Commissioner went to PAS Vice President and Pokok Sena MP Dato’ Mahfuz Omar. It is clear that Mahfuz do not posses the majority support of PAS Kedah members.

BN Kedah Manifesto

Mukhriz’s progress and transformation driven BN Kedah manifesto taglines “Driving Kedah’s Transformation Together” actually provided a lot of opportunities for PAS’s elected representatives to play a role. During the last five years, PAS Kedah failed to provide a comprehensive plan like this.

The development of Islam is included as one of the specific agenda outlined.

It is now the prefect time for PAS Kedah leaders to attest their sincerity, for the sake of Kedahans. Their willingness to co-operate with Mukhriz’s new Kedah State Government will demonstrate their ability to be magnanimous.

Just like what God fearing Muslim leaders should be.

Published in: on May 17, 2013 at 23:00  Comments (11)  

Post traumatic stress disorder

It is believed that Malaysians suffer from the 13GE post traumatic stress disorder. The extra ordinary long intense politicking, events, drama and demonstration and decisions made and leading up to the polling and campaign period preceding to the 13GE left so many quarters burnt out. Some are appalled and angered with the results and the outcome there on.

Needless to say, the business of moving the nation forward takes paramount priority. Yesterday evening, Prime Minister Dato’ Sri Mohd. Najib Tun Razak announced his first mandated Cabinet.

Thursday May 16, 2013

A well-balanced Cabinet of 32 ministers


PUTRAJAYA: A mix of new and old faces are set to help chart the country’s future over the next five years as Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak unveiled his Cabinet line-up nearly two weeks after the 13th General Election.

Describing it as a “balanced Cabinet”, Najib’s line-up will have a total of 32 ministers and 26 deputy ministers. In the last Cabinet, there were 30 ministers and 36 deputy ministers.

“This is a balanced Cabinet, that includes those with experience, technocrats and youths.

“I believe those with experience will contribute to continuity, while the technocrats will contribute through their specific expertise which is very important in providing creative and rational ideas for the Government to consider.

“The youths, aside from their skills, will also be able to bring the perspective of youths to the Government’s attention,” Najib said when unveiling his Cabinet.

Major reshuffle: Najib with his deputy Muhyiddin by his side (second right) announcing the appointment of the new Cabinet ministers in Putrajaya.
Major reshuffle: Najib with his deputy Muhyiddin by his side (second right) announcing the appointment of the new Cabinet ministers in Putrajaya.

Among the notable new faces are former Terengganu Mentri BesarDatuk Seri Idris Jusoh, who is now Education and Higher Education Minister II; Umno Youth chief Khairy Jamaluddin, who is now Youth and Sports Minister; Umno and Barisan Nasional secretary-general Datuk Seri Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor as Federal Territories Minister; and Umno’s Kota Belud MP Datuk Abdul Rahman Dahlan as Urban Well-Being, Housing and Local Govern-ment Minister.

From outside the political spectrum, Najib appointed Transparency International president Datuk Paul Low, Hindraf chairman P. Waytha Moorthy and Maybank president and chief executive Datuk Seri Abdul Wahid Omar as Ministers in the Prime Minister’s Department.

The Cabinet also sees a fair bit of reshuffling in portfolios, with Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin heading what will now be called the Education and Higher Learning Ministry with the merger of the Education and Higher Education ministries.

Umno vice-presidents Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Tun Hussein andDatuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi meanwhile have swapped portfolios, with Hishammuddin now helming the Defence Ministry and Ahmad Zahid serving as Home Minister.

Hishammuddin will also serve as acting Transport Minister in what Najib described as a temporary move to keep a position vacant for MCA – if the party is able to overturn its resolution not to take any Cabinet posts following its poor performance in the recently concluded polls.


It was an expected surprise and invited all sorts of responses and comments. 12 Cabinet posts were allocated to Sabah and Sarawak MPs, for their aggregated 47 seats contribution to BN in the 133 seats controlled Dewan Rakyat.

What was a surprise is the two Cabinet Ministers allocated to Johor MPs (not including the Deputy Prime Minister) despite the state’s 21 MPs contribution to BN’s Federal Government, compared to Perak’s (for 12 MPs) and Terengganu’s (for only four MPs) equal two. Kedah, which contributed 10 MPs and saw the return of the state government back to BN was only allocated with one Minister.

No Ministers are appointed to represent the rakyat of Selangor and Melaka.

Many laud the appointment of new generation UMNO leaders and first timers such as UMNO Youth Leader Khairy Jamaluddin and former UMNO Youth Secretary as Cabinet Ministers Abdul Rahman Dahlan and former MIC Information Chief P Kamalanathan as Deputy Minister. Khairy’s appointment also earned the accolades of Opposition leaders such as PKR Deputy President Azmin Ali and DAP Strategist Tony Pua.

Appointments of technocrats like Maybank President and CEO Dato’ Seri Abdul Wahid Omar and Tranparency International Paul Low also brought new confidence in getting some serious business done. It is unsure whether or not Wahid would be playing the role vacated by Tan Sri Nor Mohamed Yackop.

A relief of sigh for some of names being omitted from the Cabinet like Dato’ Seri Noh Omar and Dato’ Seri Dr Jamaluddin Jarjis.

However, that cannot be said of the appointment of some who should have been perceived as ‘has beens’ such as Dato’ Seri Tengku Adnan Mansor and Dato’ Seri Nazri Aziz as Cabinet Ministers and Dato’ Tajudin Abdul Rahman as Deputy Minister.

What surprised many is the appointment of HINDRAF leader P Wathyamoorthy as Deputy Minister in Prime Minister’s Department. He was a personality considered as an ‘obnoxious’. The fact that a Hindu chauvinist and one time rebel rouser like Wathya is appointed but no post offered to pro right wing and nationalist PERKASA doesnt strike the ‘balance’, although Prime Minister Najib is his opening remark claimed that this new team is a ‘Balanced Cabinet’.

Then again, that is not as surprising as the rumour of Prime Minister Najib appointing Jamaluddin as Special Adviser to the Prime Minister with ministerial status. If this turns out to be true, than many would doubt some of how the Prime Minister’s ‘Transformation Plan’ be rolled out considering that there was a ‘systemic faliure’ in the BN’s 13GE game and JJ is being said as one of the key players in the defective strategy and catestrophic tactical operations.

Expect more sufferers of PTSD would be diagnosed. Naturally, the reaction.

*Updated Friday 17 May 2013 0145hrs

Published in: on May 16, 2013 at 18:00  Comments (14)  

The first ANSARA Minister

The First ANSARA to be a Cabinet Minister

The First ANSARA to be a Cabinet Minister

Prime Minister Dato’ Srì Mohd. Najib Tun Razak just announced the much awaited his first mandated Cabinet after BN managed to retain the Federal Government and take control of ten out of twelve state governments. A sweet surprise a fellow ANSARA member is a Cabinet Minister.

President and Chief Executive of Maybank Dato Seri Abdul Wahid Omar is now Minister in Prime Minister’s Department. He was former MRSM Seremban (1977-81). He is expected to swear in as a Senator before taking oath of office before His Majesty Seri Paduka Baginda Yang DiPertuan Agong at Istana Negara soon after.

Johor Bahru born and London trained Fellow of Chartered Associaton of Certified Accountants Wahid was previously CEO of Telekom Malaysia and Renong. He was brought into the commercial limelight in the same cohort of professional accountants like Tan Sri Azman Mokhtar, Dato’ Seri Che Khalib Mohd. Noh and Dato’ Azman Yahya twelve years ago.

Another ANSARA member, Dato’ Razali Ibrahim is retained as Deputy Minister but moved from Youth and Sports to PM’s Department. Razali is MP for Muar.

The tenth Menteri Besar Kedah

The tenth Menteri Besar Kedah

Last Monday, ANSARA Dato’ Paduka Mukhriz Mahathir swore in as the tenth Menteri Besar Kedah. He is the first ANSARA member to be appointed to the post of MB or Chief Minister.

These are proud products of technocrats from Second Prime Minister Tun Abdul Razak Hussein’s New Economic Policy. Maktab Rendah Sains MARA Seremban was the first of 54 colleges presently, open its doors in 1972.

What is unclear from this Cabinet is the Minister in charge of Majlis Amanah Rakyat. Until 2009 when PM Najib announced his first Cabinet after taking over from then PM ‘Flip-Flop’ Abdullah Ahmad Badawi, MARA was placed under Minister of Entrepreneur  and Co-operative Development.

Best of luck to all.

Published in: on May 15, 2013 at 17:20  Comments (16)  

Systemic failure

Its time to think

Prime Minister Dato’ Sri Mohd. Najib Tun Razak if has not, by now should have come to terms what happened when majority of Malaysians decided nine days ago. Even though Barisan Nasional managed to win 133 Parliamentary seats and ten out of twelve state governments, there was systemic failure on his part.

Firstly, all the PR work all these while to bring tens of thousands of Malaysians in events such as ‘Jelajah Janji DiTepati’, the CNY-Psy concert in Penang, the CNY do with Dong Zong and other ‘Jom Heboh’ type of gatherings didn’t actually translate to real support for his leadership and party. These PR work include advertisements placed and sms blastings. In short, all are artificial gimmicks that were unable to bring in the sales.

Next is the as the Prime Minister and Head of Government, he enjoys the luxury of having various agencies’ ‘intel’ in the form of analysis and report. Whether it is the terrain, landscape, sentiments, choice of candidates and most of all, ground swell. Needless to say, he made the election call based on inaccurate analysis of streams of processed information and prognosis.

The fact that suffered a serious let down of Chinese votes, dubbed ‘Chinese Tsunami’ without any of the necessary ‘intel’ either from party strategists (more commonly known in the 13GE as the ‘War Room’) or the advisors based on various information which include from ‘the agencies’. It should be likened to Admiral Kelley’s failure to detect Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto’s Task Force miraculous journey eastwards across the Pacific and later southwards until these Japanese bombers are above Pearl Harbour and Wake Field.

Thirdly, there are many complaints, grouses, bickering and gross displeasure by so many quarters on the choice of the candidates offered. This came as an utter surprise considering that he had a lot of time to deliberate with many levels of party leaders.

That is not withstanding the fact that the disbursement of resources to candidates, which include funds, was not smooth and stories about defects were rampant. Despite tonnes of money was spent, it is strongly believed not all trickled down for election purposes.

It is obvious that Prime Minister Najib did not posses the command of the party and respect without exceptiob as he should be, as the UMNO President and BN Chairman. The amount of mutiny and sabotage by party leaders and their machinery is unprecedented. This is not withstanding the fact that all levels of party leaders and members did not adhere to their promise to go along and work for any candidates picked for 13GE.

The failure on the enforcement on the rule of law should be considered a factor of dismay support for BN. Opposition leaders broke almost every single laws with their actions, challenges, provocations and insults. It is almost like the goal posts against them were often shifted and this has been seen the Federal Government willingness to compromise.

In the various rallies, none of the were charged for anything.

On Selangor, Prime Minister Najib as the State BN Chairman should be accountable for the humiliating defeat and worsen results as compared to the 13GE. The amount of money invested to re-capture Selangor as compared to result obtained is really shameful.

The fact that as the BN Selangor Chairman, he made the cardinal mistake to take on the job as the Liaison Chairman when he was unable t invest enough time, energy and attention. It was made worse when he didn’t identify the future Menteri Besar had BN was able to takeover the state, unlike in Kedah where 6 hours before campaigned ended he made the announcement.

The Prime Minister attending Dong Zong Chinese New Year celebration was clearly a mistake and sending the wrong message that he was willing to stoop low for votes.

It is funny that many people got wiser after the event. However, in the case of ‘Chinese Tsunami’, the writings were already on the wall and as far back as six months ago it was all so clear. Example in Johor, where it is believed that Prime Minister Najib’s own so-called ‘Advisors’ (later were identified to be somewhat delusional) were confident to gaining between 30-35% of the Chinese votes. On polling day, only 11.1% of the Johorean Chinese voted BN.

That is a 70% defect.

Defects in detection of the sentiments on the ground, writings on the wall, the streams of news reports, articles and editorials by all the Chinese newspapers and Chinese owned and controlled English dailies coupled with everything else aggregated and compounded is nothing but evidence of systemic failure.

Prime Minister Najib can no longer afford any systemic failure. He should start with his Cabinet and immediate actions. He must be seen to be a tough leader and not willing to compromise. He must have the will and resolve to whip everyone into shape. ‘National Reconciliation’ must be within the binds of the Federation of Malaysia Constitution.

Published in: on May 14, 2013 at 09:00  Comments (42)  


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Picking the right pack (pt II)

The pack of dogs in a sled team: Moving forward in discipline and dynamism

“Caesar’s wife must not only has to be pure, she must also be seen to be pure”.

That was what Fourth Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad said recently when asked about how and who should be in Prime Minister Dato’ Srì Mohd. Najib Tun Razak’s first own mandate Cabinet.

That is a very sound advice, considering PM Najib’s immediate exercise to pick his own lieutenants in the team which has the daunting task to deliver his various ‘Transformation Plan’ programs, promises made and on going policies such as ‘Vision 2020’.

The team must be personalities who can strategically think, plan, delibrate, collectively decide, lead, articulate when it is cascaded downwards, dynamism to engage and work. Most of all, they must be persons who are neither tainted, perceived to be tainted nor have skeletons-in-their-closet.

PM Najib is expected to choose from the 133 BN MPs who won, to fill 30 or so Minister posts and probably another 42-45 Deputy Minister jobs. It is expected some new Senators would also be sworn in and existing ones included as well in this Cabinet.

Dark spirits from the past, trying to make apparition

PM Najib must not make the mistake of bringing in ghastly personalities of the past, in the likes of Nazri Aziz and Johari Baharom. Nor should Khairy Jamaluddin, Aziz Sheikh Fadzir, Azeez Rahim and Reezal Merican be included even though they have posts in UMNO and some people might think they are popular in certain quarters.

Pandering into popularity has been proven to be delusional and in PM Najib’s call for 13GE, disastrous.

It is very clear the methods and measurements of the feelings of the rakyat is grossly defective. More ghastly is that the so called ‘Advisors’ and ‘Think-Tank’ in the PWTC War-Room are delusional.

It is also obvious that the amount of sabotage within BN in the past month is enough to awaken PM Najib that from now on, he got to be tough on them. No more ‘Mr. Nice Guy’ or ‘Populist’.

Whatever shred of confidence PM Najib still enjoy from the rakyat shouldn’t be marred further. It is believed he was asked to restructure his own Internal Team and Advisors and adopt the past methods which have been proven.

PM Najib is neither a cat nor does he has nine lives. Three GEs ago, complacency and probably miscalculations got him scrapped through his Pekan Parliamentary seat with only a 241 majority. He cannot afford to push his luck too thin on the envelope of risk.

Published in: on May 12, 2013 at 17:30  Comments (18)  

Drama or Greed?

Arrogant exclaimed “I want to be Prime Minister by the age of forty”

Melayu mudah lupa. This is bery true for Rembau MP Khairy Jamaluddin within weeks changed his tone, from “Not keen to contest” to “I’m offering myself to be in the Cabinet”.

Khairy offers to be in new cabinet

FRIDAY, MAY 10, 2013 – 15:07

I’M offering myself to be given a role, any role that can help him (Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak) and I leave it to him to decide”.

That was the response from Umno Youth leader Khairy Jamaluddin when asked on a suggestion by certain quarters for him to be included in the new cabinet to represent the youths.

The Rembau Member of Parliament, who was met after an interview on Bernama TV’s talk show “Hello Malaysia” last night, said his presence in the Cabinet would not only be to represent the youths, but to form a strong team capable of implementing transformation.

“I hope the prime minister will choose a team which understands transformation and ready to implement it,” he added.

In the just concluded 13th general election, Khairy retained the parliamentary seat with an increased majority of 18,357 votes, compared to only 5,746 in the 12th general election.

He garnered 43,053 votes to defeat Parti Keadilan Rakyat’s (PKR) Radzali A. Ghani, who obtained 24,696 votes, and Independent candidate Abdul Aziz Hassan (325 votes). –Bernama


Barely with five weeks earlier, Khairy claimed ‘Not keen to contest in the 13GE’ reiterating his own offer of ‘Not contesting’.

“I’ve informed the BN Chairman, Datuk Seri Najib, of my preference. That is I’m more keen to not contest in GE13. I’ve also told the public about this once upon a time,” Khairy said here, referring to his speech during the Umno’s 66th general assembly.

How did a “Preference of not contesting” turned into “Offering myself to be given a role”, in so short of time?  It seems that either Khairy has become greedy since last Sunday night, when he managed to perform better in his own seat or he was doing a drama or probably deceiving when he offered to be excluded in the 13GE.

Either which, is a demonstration that he cannot be trusted. At the very least, he cannot even honour his own words.

This is also a demonstration that Khairy is a restless ambitious man. One is taken back in time when this man once dubbed by Star political analyst Joceline Tan as “The most powerful 28 year old” during the ‘dark ages of PM ‘Flip-Flop’ Abdullah Ahmad Badawi’s weak and corrupt administration’ arrogantly exclaimed “I want to be the Prime Minister by the age of forty!”.

One can’t help to be reminded how he abused his father-in-law’s position for his own personal and political gains, when all he had was a whiff of the actual direct power. He was an instrumental personality during PM ‘Flip-Flop’ Abdullah’s notorious ‘Level Four Boys’, which overtook and overpowered the roles of many executive and functionality of agencies under the Prime Minister’s Department such as EPU and ICU.

Virtuoso of deceit or an act of arrogance?

Khairy was instrumental and an integral part of the dodgy take over of Avenue Capital by then a smallish stoke broking firm ECM, which later grew into ECM Libra. It is still a mystery how he raised the financing for his portion of the shares.

As he was an integral element in PM ‘Flip-Flop’ Abdullah’s weak and corrupt administration even though he left the PMO in August 2005, the effect is far damaging. The Federal Government, Barisan Nasional, UMNO and civil service were virtually brought into near destruction when Malaysians categorically punished PM ‘Flip-Flop’ Abdullah’s administration and leadership from the thumping 198 Dewan Rakyat seats in 11GE April  2004 reduced to 140 seats in 12GE March 2008.

This is not withstanding that for the first time in 49 years of democracy, BN lost the 2/3 majority control of Dewan Rakyat and  5 + 1 states to the Opposition. That is effectively 25% lost of Parliament control and 38.5% of state governments.

Against Khairy’s own argument for Prime Minister Dato’ Sri Mohd. Najib Tun Razak to consider him as part of his Cabinet, there is already ample representation from the youths in the Cabinet where the Vice Head for UMNO Youth Dato’ Razali Ibrahim, Youth Head for MCA Dato’ Wee Ka Siong and Youth head for PBB Fadillah Yusof already serving the Federal Government. And all these experienced Deputy Ministers have won in their respective seats and could assume their previous roles or be moved around within the Cabinet.

Any PM Najib’s ‘Transformation Plan’ that is pertaining to the youths could already be channeled via these three leaders.

In the past thirty years, UMNO Youth Leaders in the likes of Hj. Suhaimi Kamaruddin and Ahmad Zahid Hamidi were not appointed into any Federal Government Cabinet posts. Thus, it is not obligated for the Prime Minister to appoint the one time Deputy Chief of Staff in PM ‘Flip-Flop’ Abdullah’s ‘PMO’ into any post at PM Najib’s first mandated Cabinet.

Head Honcho of PM ‘Flip-Flop’ Abdullah’s weak and corrupt administration which dismantled once the strength of BN

Khairy is already serving the role of Chairman of PUNB. He has not provided enough points to demonstrate that since appointed to the post, he has accomplished tremendous or extra ordinary results and earned him the ‘performance’ that he should be moved upwards.

He is neither entire successful to capture the support of the youths. This can easily be measured from the involvement of youths in pro-Opposition activities, movements and even rallies. The number of youths participating in anti-13GE-results ‘Black 505’ rally in Petaling Jaya is a clear example how with work to court them isnt that fruitful.

Shouldn’t Khairy take some degree of responsibility for youths’ rejection of PM Najib’s leadership?

Khairy’s greed for power or drama could only be equated to an ambitious UMNO Youth Leader once, Anwar Ibrahim. And we all knew what happened to him, for his greed for power which include by the means of deception.

Published in: on May 11, 2013 at 02:00  Comments (45)  

Picking the right pack

The pack of dogs in a sled team: Moving forward in discipline and dynamism

Now that longest and most politically strenous parliamentary term and 13GE is over and the rakyat already given their mandate, it is time for the legally elected sixth Prime Minister Dato’ Sri Mohd. Najib Tun Razak to get to work.

Nevermind he got only 59.91% control of the Dewan Rakyat and between 46 MCA and Gerakan candidates offered, the rakyat only picked eight. What matters most, PM Najib now has his own mandate and got to get cracking immediately.

First order of business is to get the BN government appointed. So far, all but Johor swore in a Menteri Besar/Chief Minister. Some with a fresh face as the chief executive of the state.

Now, PM Najib will have to prepare a list for His Majesty Seri Paduka Baginda Yang DiPertuan Agong for members of the Cabinet of 13th Parliament Federal Government be appointed.

The list is rather long to choose from. 133 members of the Dewan Rakyat earned their eligibility to be appointed as Ministers, Deputy Ministers and Parliamentary Secretaries.

What matters now is who should be on this list. Probably there would be only 30 Cabinet posts. That would give each MP a one-in-four chance to be picked.

PM Najib must weigh in a lot of factors outside the ambit of political realm and seriously take a lot of considerations, to pick amongst these men and women into these strategic posts. They must posses virtues of certain calibre, attitude, aptitude and leadership capabilities, dynamic, to be able to gain the confidence of the business community, market, investors, civil servants and most importantly, the rakyat.

These men and women must have the confidence of the various stakeholders as being energetic, visionary, forward and strategic thinkers, engage-able, professional, some degree of time and people management and with a lot of humility.

However, one of if not the most criteria is that not only they are corrupt-free, they must also not be corruptible or perceived to be.

PM Najib as the BN Chairman did make some mistakes here and there of giving personalities who are defective in some of the characteristics listed above, especially about being corrupt-free and non corruptible, to be BN candidates last Sunday. Some of them even have been seen as arrogant and indiscriminately flaunt the wealth. Fortunate for them, they manage to win.

Now, it is not the time for PM Najib to make the same mistake twice. A lot at stake here if he is still on the ‘Transformation Train’ and zestful to deliver ‘Vision 2020’ on time.

Published in: on May 10, 2013 at 11:30  Comments (4)  

Soros’ FDI: Value for money

Anwar Ibrahim at ICG conference

Anwar Ibrahim at IGC conference

The Neo Con Jews of the West in the likes of George Soros should announce their findings on the ‘political investment’ in the recently concluded Malaysian 13GE, whether it met their expectations or fall short of the end result.

We are not sure what is the key performance index for Anwar Ibrahim and his cohorts of Opposition from their overseas ‘investors’ in the likes of Soros and co to throw around USD 200 million. However, the result demonstrate that they are only able to get 89 Dewan Rakyat seats and 230 various DUN seats. They lost Kedah instead of adding new turfs.

Probably Soros would have to invest some more cash, to ensure that Anwar realise the objective of being the 7th Malaysian Prime Minister. After all, Anwar has set a ‘Second 16 September’ where he already said “25 BN MPs are ready to jump over by 16 September 2013”.

This additional investment is to ensure that Soros also meet his own objective, like how his Neo Con Jewish peers expect him to achieve. After all, for the Jews to dominate the Muslim world there are key Muslim world leaders and countries they have to get under their strategic command and control. Malaysia, is very important in this part of the world and the OIC clout.

On the brighter side, this additional flowing in from Soros’s deep pockets trickle down into the domestic economy. As expected, the Opposition last night in Petaling Jaya launched the first of the series of mumbo-jumbo rallies, demonstration and forums campaign to stir up the emotions of Malaysians. It is also expected that this circus stunts would go on and the provocations will turn into insults, in the hope that the authorities clamp in on them.

That would be an opportunity for them to cry, “The ruling party which did not manage to get the majority of popular votes to leash out the authorities against them and oppressing the rights of the tremors of the rakyat rising”. It is a time for them to call for Malaysians to do the ‘Malaysian Spring’ and the international community to come and help to “Ouster an oppressing regime, in the name of democracy and human rights”.

More money is naturally required for all these extra initiatives and exercises. Probably a filthy sum of money pouring in, via the various NGOs and international forums with the excuse of ‘promoting democracy, human rights and freedom of expression’.

The foreign missions and media agencies here in Kuala Lumpur would continue to give their skewed observation, analysis and sinister reports, to tell a story which has been manipulated from the actual truth and worsen the perspective. Then next phase would be fabrication of stories and lies, spewed specifically design to create a situation of anxiety and eventually chaos.

This would go on as the New Con Jews do not stop half way and not realise the objective they have set. It is in their New World Order agenda. It is without doubt that Anwar is still with Soros on the same page of the agenda.

The game is afoot.

Published in: on May 9, 2013 at 17:00  Comments (5)  

Lil’ Min Yuens

In the many months in the run up before the 13GE, DAP have had their cybertroopers dubbed ‘Red Bean Army’ fanning racial slurs and inciting the Malaysian Chinese hatred against the Federal Government, authorities and prominent Malay personalities with incredible frequency and intensity.

It is unimaginable and grossly unbelievable the sort of materials and expressions these youngsters could systematically do. This is not withstanding the manipulation of facts and lies that they spew via social media networks and blogs.

It is believed these are some of their ‘Politics of Hatred’ cybertroopers active in the popular social media network Facebook:

Name and FB link

Cky Cheong
Ben Seah
BlackHeart Xuan
James Wong
Nelson Yeap
Jcf Cyc
Chuanjun Lim
马棵斯 (阿歡)
Isaac Lee Peng Hoi
AH Kok (阿国)
Eddy Ong (Turtle)
Ufo Yong Tat
Chong Hong Siong
Johnson Ching
Ong Wie Kiat
Alan Tang
Ruty Pua
Doreamon Lim
Jcf Cyc II
Wei Yang Liu
Ruby Birdie (Dieforjustin)
Ah Chao
Chia Jien (StupidJing)
Xiao Bao
Jimmy Choong
Jack Tan Wiragto
Baki Randy
Jacky Ong Shin Wei
Bryan Lew
Jong Ht
Yeu Dee Kin
Dee Loh (Fangdi 芳狄)
Sawadee Marco
Kelvin Eu
MOng Ji (笔友)
Dylan Tan
怨君凉介 (爱吐槽)
Kenj Hin
Sean Chew (周智雄)
Alan Ho
Holiday Koh
Eadweard LeCoultre
Ak Ang
Gee Pojie Pujibah
Liau Yong Siang (勇翔)
Chew Jacky (Dhamapriya)
Vincent Square
Marcus Ong
Cheeyau Yap
Emily Wong
Mild Seven
Jojo Chan
Alan Tang
Samc Chen
Billy Chin
Peter Har
Michael Cheah (谢金宏)
Agnes Cheah
Miko Leong
Ken Leong
Sim Lim
Cherrie Ong (Bebe)
Talan Yam
Patrick CK Goh (政錁)
翔 の旋律
Kok Magatron
Nelson Tang
Jeffrey Lim (林楨凇)
艳李 (海艳)
Jack Toh
christopher lee
Dino Chong
Bao Paul
Sam Chong
Peter Ryan
Mediacorp Ci Cong (Ong Ci Cong)
Vincent Leong
Kelvin Keegan
Chew Jacky (Dhamapriya)
Huan Chon Wong
Jack Tan Wiragto
Jun Hui
Kenny Low
Alvin Kua (柯文祥)
Tay Seng Kee
Ethan Chew
Jiunn Ye Wang (駿業)
Efendi Sulaiman
Voter Wan Abdullah
Roystan Leow 廖
Henry EE
Keng Huei Chew
Ng Eng Kiat
Patrick Chong (Chin Siong)
Malcolm Guy
Kaiye Ong
Chrisolution Power
Tony Eng Choon Oo
David Khoo
Keith Teo
Ken Lim
David Chin
Kean Soon Yap
Mca Chua
Alex Sum
Shi Jie Pang (偲杰)
Jenny Lee
Lau Hon Yong
Daniel Seng
Kevin Chirng
Tan Siu Pu
Kee Latte
Kenson Yeoh
红豆彬 (咲咲)
Chong Hong Siong
AH Kok (阿国)
Eddy Ong (Turtle)
Ufo Yong Tat
Leng Wushuang
Sim Lim
Sim Lim
Sawadee Marco

Chong Ee Han
Kok Magatron
Sanc Chen
BIlly Chin
玄武 (金碧辉煌)
艳李 (海艳)
Tan Jo Even
Sea Hunter
Julie Minaj
Ken Mo
James Ho C J
Khim Khim Khor
Alan Siew
Jeff Chong
Wing Jeiky
Wing Jeiky
Anr RT
Chow Yl
Lee Meng Teck
Li Li Wong
Koo Hong
Kenny Liew
YZ Tong
Andrew Lee
Hong Ling Pang
Sky Liew


It is evidently clear DAP managed to indoctrinate these youngsters not only into Chinese Chauvinist zealots but bigots. The Youtube recording at the top of this posting is the admission of such team financed by DAP, designed to “Murder”.

Authorities such as the Commercial Crime Investigation Department of the Police and Malaysian Communication and Multimedia Commission should act on this accordingly and most important, timely.

It is a socio-political tragedy for DAP to structurally incorporate such a movement to continue extremism and radicalism with the failure of the communist rebelion in the early 60s. These iniatives first seen in months at the run up of the 3GE in May 1969.

Then, these extremists and radicals in their provocations and insults against the Malays managed to turn a series of post 3GE parades into fighting on 13 May 1968 and a bloody racial riot. It was the darkest period of Malaysian inter-racial history.

These re-runs of serious sordid games to incite and instigate the Chinese against the Malays in the ‘Politics of Hatred’ strategy would just invite a negative reaction from the Malays. Just like it was exactly 44 years ago. The ’emotional heat’ will reach the boiling point and something ugly will transpire, again.

In the last solid five years of the longest electoral term Malaysian politics has ever seen, DAP and Chinese Chauvinists have systematically challenged, provoked and insulted the Malays (be it Barisan Nasional, the Federal Government, authorities and law enforcement agencies, military, independent commissions initiated by act of parliament, judiciary (Bboth civil and syariah) and even HRH Malay Rulers and Islam as the religion of the Federation) in their quest to reach the artificial ‘Chinese Supremacy’ status, as minority who could over power the majority.

They blatantly use any intellectual discourses, forums, political meets, NGO gatherings, social media networks, blogs, portals and even social and religious gatherings to attack the Malays. This include the position of the Malays, even though enshrined by the Federal Constitution and the fundamental element of the basis of ‘social contract’, which served as the platform on the formation of this nation.

Any action taken against them would be an opportunity for them to get the global attention of the notion where the ‘Majority is oppressing the minority’. So, many of these cyber-anarchists were left to do what ever they were doing and each time holding the time-bomb to social unrest at hostage.

In short, DAP managed to turn friends and neighbours who were tolerant to each other and lived in understanding and harmony to be suspicious and worse still, in the perspective of spite and hatred.

The racism and hatred calls coupled with blatant lies of BN abusing Federal Government machinery to cheat at the polls before and during 13GE day snowballed into something almost went out of control. Many reports were made of Malaysian Chinese vigilantes denied and even attack Non Chinese Malaysians trying to vote.

The only way out of this is to enforce the rule of law as it is. No longer should the law enforcement agencies, public prosecutor nor the Federal Government components compromise for any political consideration but to act as to the limit of the law.

It is time to be tough and do the right thing. ‘National Reconciliation’ must be in accordance to law. No compromise.

Published in: on May 8, 2013 at 16:00  Comments (21)