Wednesday, July 11, 2012

TMI - DAP bidas Tee Yong berkenaan tuduhan skandal RM1bilion Selangor

KUALA LUMPUR, 11 Julai — DAP hari ini membidas Datuk Chua Tee Yong untuk membuktikan dakwaan skandal tanah RM1 bilion di Selangor dengan mengatakan bahawa pemaju Talam Corporation Bhd sudah menyelesaikan RM 392 juta kepada kerajaan negeri Selangor.

Perang mulut antara DAP dan MCA minggu lalu berkenaan pengurusan kewangan negeri Selangor di bawah Pakatan Rakyat (PR) dan juga mengenai pengurusan program pembangunan di Pulau Pinang. PR juga memerintah Pulau Pinang, Kedah dan Kelantan.

Pua (gambar fail) dan ahli parlimen PAS, Dr Dzulkefly Ahmad telah “berdiri di barisan hadapan” untuk mempertahankan Selangor dan pentadbiran Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim walaupun menteri besar itu masih belum mendedahkan semua butiran dalam sebuah “Kertas Putih” seperti yang dijanjikan tiga tahun lalu.

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Tuesday, July 10, 2012

TMI - Pakatan: DAP not going for 90 seats, talks ongoing

KUALA LUMPUR, July 9 — Pakatan Rakyat (PR) leaders dismissed today reports that DAP planned on contesting the lion’s share of parliamentary seats in the coming polls, pointing out seat negotiations were still ongoing.

DAP adviser Lim Kit Siang, who sits on PR’s leadership council, told The Malaysian Insider that the allegations were baseless and “wild” as his party has only expressed its intention to contest not more than 60 seats during discussions.

“This is the most irresponsible journalism, part of a campaign to create fear and divide PR and the country’s races,” he said, referring to the report on the allegations, which was front-paged on Utusan Malaysia today.

The Umno-owned daily, citing three blogs —, and — reported that DAP will contest in 90 federal seats — 43 seats more than it had previously contested in Election 2008 — while its PR partners PKR and PAS merely planned on contesting in 66 seats each.

The article said this would place the Chinese-dominated DAP in a “comfortable” position to elect a prime minister from among its candidates, despite repeated claims by PR leaders that it would be PKR de facto leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim who would be appointed to the post.

But in the event that Anwar is still appointed prime minister, the article continued, the leader would become a mere “puppet prime minister”, one who is subservient to “big brother” DAP as the most dominant partner in PR.

PKR vice-president Nurul Izzah Anwar strongly denied the article’s claims, pointing out that DAP secretary-general Lim Guan Eng has repeatedly referred to her father as prime minister-designate.

“I believe YAB LGE’s repeated announcement of DSAI as future PM if PR is given the chance to govern is the clearest indication of their readiness to maintain current set up of PR,” she told The Malaysian Insider in a text message this afternoon.

The Lembah Pantai MP also insisted that all three parties in PR stood on equal footing, where none is considered superior to the others.

“Yes,” she said, when queried if PR parties are considered equal even if one held more federal seats. “With the understanding that we are committed to upholding the Federal Constitution, including Article 153, as is.”


Monday, July 9, 2012

TMI - War of words as Soi Lek, Guan Eng square off in second debate

PETALING JAYA, July 8 – It was a game of mudslinging when political rivals Datuk Seri Dr Chua Soi Lek and Lim Guan Eng took the debate stage this afternoon for the second time in months, with both men slagging off on one another over the failed policies of their respective parties. Dr Chua sniped at Lim’s DAP, accusing it of masquerading as a multiracial party when its leaders only dared to contest in Chinese-majority constituencies.

“Why don’t you contest in multiracial constituencies? We are a mono-ethnic party but are aims are clear,” he said during the debate organised by the Asian Strategy and Leadership Institute (Asli) at the Sunway Convention Centre.

The debate, titled “Whose policies benefit the country more”, is the second such face-off between the two political veterans in months.

“In this country, we have to balance the needs and sensitivities of all races. No particular race will feel happy,” Dr Chua pointed out.

He accused the DAP of often claiming to the country’s Chinese community that they have been marginalised under Barisan Nasional’s (BN) rule but reminded the opposition party that the poverty rate of the Chinese is still the lowest among the country’s three major races.

“Employment (rate), the highest. Property ownership, the largest,” he thundered. “We cannot deny that in the implementation process, there are those who benefit more than others and this is the bone of contention.... it causes a lot of Chinese to be angry with the government and MCA bears the burden of this.”

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Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Video - Kantoi! Pemuda UMNO bermulut lucah

video lama, tapi lawak.. kah kah kah kah!

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