Seditious sour puss

There must be a limit for the extend of Fourth Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad in taking his obsession to oust Prime Minister Dato’ Sri Mohd. Najib Tun Razak.

Coyly saying that His Majesty Seri Paduka Yang Di Pertuan Agong is “Probably under House Arrest” just because his whims and fancy of unable to present himself to the King should be seen as seditious.

Tun Dr Mahathir is very impatient in getting his unconstitutional agenda, which is by his own admission, of ousting Prime Minister Najib followed through. So far, it has miserably failed.

The past fifteen months, he has desperately tried assortment of tactics which failed throughout all the way. It is so unlike him, to fail any tactical manoeuvres he started.

He tried his initial ceramahs all over the nation in getting the rakyat to uprise against Prime Minister Najib upon the outcry of issues pertaining 1MDB beginning early last year.

Then he harped on the falsehood of “Bailout”, pertaining how the decision was derived by Tabung Haji (TH)  to acquire a 67,954 sq.ft. parcel in Tun Razak Exchange (TRX). His associates tried to pull a run on TH but that failed miserably.

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Zaid Ibrahim collected Tun Dr, Mahathir at Pasar Seni LRT station on 30 August 2015, as the latter attended the second in a row appearance at BERSIH 4.0

His endorsed failed coup d’etat by way of pressuring Prime Minister Najib to resign last July by then Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin and former AG Tan Sri Gani Patail, only made had an adversed effect.

Tun Dr. Mahathir attended BERSIH 4.0 illegal rally twice last August but that did not get traction. On the contrary, that drew to a landmark moment where previously so many those who admired, supported and gave him the benefit of the doubt toter their back against him.

Then he pre-empted that “Prime Minster Najib would probably be arrested if he travels abroad and tried under ICJ”, when the latter was about to visit United Kingdom for a working visit and then attend United Nations General Assembly in New York last October.

The Fifth UMNO President attempted to do a whisper campaign amongst UMNO General Assembly delegates in last year’s UMNO AGM but it did not follow through.

He tried to instigate BN MPs to rebel against Prime Minister Najib and support Opposition’s moot to do a ‘Vote of No Confidence’ early last December but that failed too.

Tun Dr. Mahathir did something very unethical when he revealed personal conversation to public in his ceramic in Ipoh. It was to the grave displeasure of the Dewan Rakyat Speaker Tan Sri Pandikar Amin Mulia, when very private materials he confided to the Statesman was shared in any open ceramah.

Upon the submission of the MACC investigation papers (IP) of 1MDB and SRC International 31 December to Attorney General, Tun Dr. Mahathir pre-empted the outcome by stating AG would reject the IP as part of the demonisation of the Government.

AG did reject the IP a week after submission. However, it was later revealed and admitted by MACC that the IP was defective and incomplete.

The Fifth UMNO President summarily quit the party he lead for over 22 years. It did not create the snowball effect.

In fact, against his favour that paved the way for UMNO Kedah leaders to rebel against his son then MB Kedah Dato’ Seri Mukhriz Mahathir. After two weeks of stand of, he eventually had to quit.

When all failed to follow through as initiated, Fourth Prime Minister Tun Dr. Mahathir also took upon the challenge to take Prime Minister Najib to court.

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Tun Dr. Mahathir at arms with the Opposition, particularly his nemesis for 49 years Lim Kit Siang and DAP

Tun Dr. Mahathir also joint forces with life long nemesis Opposition Leaders in the likes of Lim Kit Siang, Anthony Loke, Teresa Kok, Mat Sabu, Mahfuz Omar, Azmin AliAmbiga, Hishamuddin Rais and all the works, to launch his ‘Deklarasi Mahathir’ on 4 March 2016.

Until last week, the Anti Najib Campaign activist claimed that they have managed to amass “1.27 million signatories”, which 1 million of it came from online manoeuvres.

The dubious claim have yet to be verified since many claimed they toyed with signing on the campaign and the tally still went up.

Now, with Tun Dr. Mahathir’s claim of “1.4 million signatories”, he wanted to present them to His Majesty YDP Agong. It serves nothing but to create a drama, in the perception and effect that he and his ANC effort even get attention of His Majesty.

Tun Dr. Mahathir must be stopped from all these unproductive political stunts. These stunts brought forth no productivity to the nation and actually is causing ripples to the effort to unify the nation.

There are more prevailing agenda to get all citizens onboard and contribute, to ensure that the economy is stronger and brought forth better trickle down effect to household disposable income and quality of life.

Clearly Tun Dr. Mahathir is way pass the abuse line in his own ultra-obsessive political agenda and self bastardisation of his position as a Statesman.

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Published in: on May 21, 2016 at 01:30  Comments (12)  

Lessons from Parcels XIX: Honouring the code

China's unsubstantiated claim of the 'Nine-Dash-Line'

China’s unsubstantiated claim of the ‘Nine-Dash-Line’

Malaysia and China achieved a landmark diplomatic step to jointly declare that both nations shall resolve any matters pertaining to South China Sea based on the Document of Conduct which was inked in November 2002.

Bernama.com story:

Malaysia, China agree to settle South China Sea dispute via conduct declaration

Tuesday May 10, 2016
03:33 PM GMT+8
PUTRAJAYA, May 10 — Malaysia and China have agreed to settle South China Sea-related issues through the Declaration on the Conduct of Parties in the South China Sea (DOC) and to speed up the completion of the Code of Conduct in the South China Sea (COC).

Malaysian Foreign Minister Datuk Seri Anifah Aman said the agreement was reached at his meeting with visiting China State Councillor Yang Jiechi after the latter called on him at Wisma Putra here today.

Speaking to reporters after the meeting, Anifah said the issues discussed at their meeting included the encroachment of Chinese fishermen into Malaysian waters.

“We raised our concern and he (Yang) said he will look into it. We believe that between friends we should be able to find solutions.

“We (Malaysia and China) are not exactly neighbours but we share the same South China Sea. So we are bound to have that kind of problems,” he said.

Anifah said Malaysia faced the problem of fishermen encroaching into its waters even with Indonesia because of overlapping areas.

“Therefore, what we (Malaysia and China) have promised is to settle all issues through the DOC and speed up the completion of the COC,” he added.

In March this year, it was reported that about 100 China-registered boats and vessels had been detected encroaching into Malaysian waters near Beting Patinggi Ali in the South China Sea.

It was also reported that the Malaysian Foreign Ministry summoned the Chinese Ambassador to Malaysia, Dr Huang Huikang, to provide some clarification and to register Malaysia’s concern over the matter.

Besides China, Asean countries involved in the overlapping territorial claims in the South China Sea are Brunei, Malaysia, the Philippines and Vietnam.

The overlapping territorial maritime claims had resulted in the signing of the DOC in 2002 between Asean and China to pave the way for and draw up the COC as a guideline to avoid any friction in the area.

Elaborating on Yang’s visit, Anifah, who regarded the one-time China foreign minister as a close friend, said the visit reflected the close ties between China and Malaysia.

Anifah said they also discussed bilateral relations, the economy and ways to boost bilateral trade and investment.

“Because of Malaysia’s close relationship with China, we (both countries) sincerely believe that we should be able to talk to each other about problems that we may have, provided we continue to keep the communication and engagement open,” he said.

Yang arrived yesterday for a two-day working visit. Yang’s visit is the fourth to Malaysia in his capacity as the State Councillor. He had visited Malaysia five times as Foreign Affairs Minister, between 2007 and 2012.

According to a Wisma Putra statement, Yang’s visit reflected the close relations between Malaysia and China and the strong desire of both countries to strengthen the ties. — Bernama

– See more at: http://www.themalaymailonline.com/malaysia/article/malaysia-china-agree-to-settle-south-china-sea-dispute-via-conduct-declarat#sthash.TBONS5YU.dpuf

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Malaysia is one of the claimant in the multiple claimant of disputed territories in South China Sea and have been very strong and consistent to use diplomatic channels and multilateral dialogue as avenues to resolve the complex matter.

Both nations agreed to speed up for the Code of Conduct for all signatories to comply in their engagement with regards to South China Sea.

Published in: on May 10, 2016 at 21:00  Comments (1)  

Sarawak PRNXI: DAP CEC should resign

The entire Central Executive Committee (CEC) of the Chinese Chauvinist Democratic Action Party (DAP) should resign for the dreadful performance at Sarawak State Election (PRNXI) on Saturday & May 2016.

DAP contested in 31 seats but only managed to win 7. During the PRN X April 2011, DAP wrestled 12 seats and almost obliterated local Chinese Sarawak party SUPP.

Pro-Opposition portal Malaysiakini analysis:

Breakdown of Sarawak election wins

Published 7 May 2016, 10:42 pm Updated 7 May 2016, 10:49 pm

S’WAK POLLS As BN coasted to an easy win in the Sarawak state election, the results show that they have won more than two-thirds of the 82 seats available, with 87.8 percent of the House.

PBB, led by newly re-instated Sarawak Chief Minister Adenan Satem, won all 40 of the seats they contested for a 100 percent win streak.

Another BN component party which won 100 percent of their contested seats was Sarawak Peoples’ Party (PRS), winning all 11.

This is followed by BN direct candidates, who won 11 out of 13 seats contested, at 85 percent.

Though Sarawak Progressive Democratic Party (SPDP) only contested five seats, they managed to win three, putting their win at 60 percent.

Sarawak United Peoples’ Party (SUPP) which won seven out of their contested 13 seats, had an overall winning percentage of 54 percent.

Combined, BN won 72 of the 82 available seats, which gave them their 87.8 percent super-majority in the House.

Crushing defeat

Meanwhile, the opposition suffered a crushing defeat, with DAP losing five out of 12 urban seats it had previously held, as well as being defeated in all the bumiputera seats it contested this round.

DAP only managed to win seven out of the 31 seats it contested, giving them a winning percentage of only 23 percent.

Though PKR managed to defend all three of its seats, they did not win any new ones.

Contesting in 41 seats, their winning percentage was a meagre seven percent.

Meanwhile, candidates from PAS, Parti Amanah Negara, New Sarawak Native People’s Party, Star, and independents did not win any of their contested seats.

This gave the opposition 10 seats out of the 82 in the state assembly.

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11 new DUN seats were introduced as part of the re-allignation of the DUN Sarawak, to accommodate 82 ADUN members after the 11th Sarawak State Assembly.

DAP dismal display to represent Sarawakians is apparent when their representation dropped from 16.9% of 10th Sarawak State Assembly with 12 out of 71 ADUNs to 8.54% of the 11th Sarawak State Assembly.

That is a drop of more than 50% of their own political segment constituencies.

In any examinations, any drop of 50% of last performance tantamount to bad failure. Hence, DAP CEC should take responsibility and resign and make way for fresh new leaders, to offer a brand new ideology for the party.

Stupid Sohai

The politics of hatred and Chinese Chauvinism DAP leaders managed to sow to sizeable pockets of Malaysian Chinese in Semenanjung is translated to the reaction via social media platforms.

Published in: on May 8, 2016 at 20:00  Leave a Comment