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Friday, April 26, 2013

DAP and politics of deception







(Above) are of the Registrar of Societies' NOTICE to the DAP (addressed to the DAP secretary general and Lim Kit Siang's son Lim Guan Eng).

The content of the NOTICE should be crystal clear even to a STD 6 student.

If I am the secretary general of the DAP, I would have called for an emergency CEC meeting immediately after receiving the NOTICE on the 17th of April or the next day (18th of April, 2013) and re-appoint the DAP's office bearers. 

That would have been a 15-minutes task IF the 20 member CEC fully endorsed DAP's current list of office bearers. All you (Lim Guan Eng) had to do was to get the CEC to agree to a motion endorsing the existing office bearers and the PROBLEM would have been SOLVED! The new list could have been submitted to the RoS within hours.

But what did Lim Guan Eng and his father Lim Kit Siang do? Why didn't Lim Guan Eng the secretary general of DAP call for a CEC meeting immediately after receiving the RoS NOTICE on the 17th of April, 2013?

Why did Kit Siang and Guan Eng choose to put up a sandiwara and blame everybody else except for themselves?

Did the RoS NOTICE state that the DAP can't take part in the 13th General Election or did it spell out that the DAP was barred from using their Rocket in the General Elections? What was all those noise and tears about?

Were the father and son of the Lim dynasty in DAP worried that the CEC members would have turned the tables on them at the 11th hour before the party enters into the GE?

I'm sure Malaysians are mature enough to put the facts on the table and arrive at a conclusion, without being influenced by Kit Siang's tears or Guan Eng's outright lies. 

The Home Minister said the other day that Kit Siang must have cried because of the internal problems in DAP which led to the party members lodging reports and complaints to the RoS. 

Over and above the DAP vs RoS drama put up by the Lims, latest developments in the DAP certainly demands more tears from Kit Siang. 

Kit Siang's greatest nightmare now is not his BN opponent in Gelang Patah but the pretty ex-DAP ADUN of Teratai- Jenice Lee and ex-DAP MP Manoharan. 

These two former elected representatives of DAP are now openly questioning the legitimacy of Lim Guan Eng's position as the secretary general ... and all those fanning him from down under.

Who is victimising whom now?

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Ghani Othman is not Kit Siang's biggest nightmare because he fears his son (Guan Eng) losing control of the DAP more than him being trashed by the Johor BN chairman and one of the best MB the state has ever had. 

Kit Siang is prepared to lose in Gelang Patah and retire from politics but he is certainly not prepared to let DAP slip away from the iron grip of the Lim Dynasty. 

An impending implosion in the DAP? Let's wait for the real sandiwara or a classic Lim Dynasty opera


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Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Khalid Ibrahim states the FACT!



Monday, April 8, 2013

R.I.P. MARGARET THATCHER

Former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher (87) died today following a stroke, her spokeswoman confirmed.

Britain's only female prime minister, Thatcher served from 1979 to 1990 as leader of the Conservative Party. She was called the "Iron Lady" for her personal and political toughness.

Thatcher retired from public life after a stroke in 2002 and suffered several strokes after that. - CNN

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Thursday, April 4, 2013

'Putting To Rest' rests the claim to Malaysia's Sabah


Book extinguishes the proclamations made on Sabah
Tan Sri Abdul Gani Patail's book entitled <i>‘Putting to Rest the Claim to Sabah by the Self-proclaimed Sultanate of Sulu’</i> was launched at the Political Transformation Conference held at the Magellan Resort on April 3rd
Tan Sri Abdul Gani Patail's book entitled ‘Putting to Rest the Claim to Sabah by the Self-proclaimed Sultanate of Sulu’ was launched at the Political Transformation Conference held at the Magellan Resort on April 3rd

By Shalina R
Pictures by Oliver Majaham
“We thought it is high-time the public is informed about our stance on the claims that have been made,” said Malaysia’s Attorney General Tan Sri Abdul Gani Patail at the Political Transformation Conference held at the Magellan Resort in Kota Kinabalu on April 2nd.
Malaysia's Attorney General Tan Sri Gani Patail
Malaysia's Attorney General Tan Sri Gani Patail
“The research for this book started at least three or four years ago. The materials were collected and retrieved by colleagues who, some of them, travelled to different countries including the United States of America in order to do so,” said Gani.
“We have done an extensive amount of research which includes articles and documents that have become very important to us and through this book we are able to cite it to you without prejudice,” he said while also citing the United Nation Secretary General’s report as one of the reference materials used to garner more information.
Gani took the initiative to detail the status and historical background of Sabah through his book entitled ‘Putting to Rest the Claim to Sabah by the Self-proclaimed Sultanate of Sulu’. He also explains Malaysia's position under international law and discusses the claims of the Sulu and Philippines on Sabah.
According to the Attorney General, the book details the exact happenings and the agreements that were set during the times of Gustav Baron Von Overbeck as well as British North Borneo Company Founder Alfred Dent. The book also outlines the events that led Sabah to join the Federation of Malaya which ultimately culminated in the formation Malaysia. Besides that, Gani also touches on the subject of Cobbold Commission in his book.
“I think a lot of people have been talking about and are confused about the details of the Cobbold Commission,” he said. “I thought maybe just this once, I would pen down what was reported exactly in order to provide clarity over the subject.”
The 149-page book is jointly published by Razak School of Government and the Malaysian Institute of Translation and Books. The RM30 book is expected to be available in the market by this week and it can also be purchased online at ecommerce.itbm.com.my.

More interesting, importantly factual, details and news about the land Below the Wind in INSIGHT SABAH 


p/s Thank you Tan Sri Gani Patail for spending your precious time to put such important facts about Sabah on record. 

When the next claimant, who thinks he is the Sultan of Swing, comes, we shall swing him with this book and give his followers some swing ;-)

... but maybe the Phillipines' media could start reading this book before making a fool of themselves and the people of Philippines who read their newspapers and portals. 


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THINK!



Monday, April 1, 2013

PAS SESAT ... YB Zulkifli Noordin mohon maaf kepada rakyat Malaysia



Kulim Bandar Baru MP Zulkifli Noordin's alleged controversial remarks against the Hindus was made in 2007 when he was PAS' Sungai Besi Div leader. The alleged defamatory speech in 2007 was made before Pas members.

Zulkifli who is Anwar Ibrahim's former lawyer has however apologised for the remarks made in 2007 while he was an 'extremist in Pas'. 

Have they ... any Opposition leader, their lackey or the holier than thou 'independent news portal' mouthpieces linked Zul's 2007 remarks to Perkasa and Umno yet? 


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