BFM Uncensored interviews Rafizi Ramli

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Arrested whistleblower Rafizi Ramli, the man-of-the moment, is clearly a politician to watch. Listen to what motivates him in this interview by BFM Uncensored.

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Rafizi is always my choice….. A change of government is necessary now. Selangor and Penang have proven it under Pakatan.

We need a two-party system. This bodes well for the country.

bigjoe
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One thing I have to agree. Rafizi is fundamentally still a technocrat although he is articulate. He is yet to be truly proven if he can inspire with words rather than with facts and details..

Yang
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He has proven with his action

Jong
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Hahaha!! …just got reminided, thoughts of Najib, not even a technocrat, could not have made it to Disrict Officer post if not for his father’s name!

kapalapi
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How dare BFM insult Barisan Kotor with this interview!…

顿狼
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顿狼

What is there to trust Najib when the Whistleblower Protection Act 2010 is not honoured at all?

I shall celebrate Merdeka Day with the spirit of ‘Sebangsa, Senegara, Sejiwa’!

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Apologies the previous posting was not corrected and sent in error. The corrected version appears below> GRK Here is a man who clearly is not impartial of his own admission. He is a political animal one at variance with government. The current government. The interviewer in this case is so contrived in that he tries so hard and in such a cliched way to appear detatched and fair. Far from it but thats a personal opinion. The interviewer ‘leads’ his quarry. He gives him an opportunity to provide only the answers the interviewer and his quarry wish to put forward.… Read more »

Andrew I
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So what’s your take on the two Sabah BN politicians? Pretty much of the same?

bigjoe
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PR offers Rafizi in Pandan and what does BN offer to Kedahan? – an overgrown child …

spencer
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Hello My Friends
If you think Janji ditepati then you better see this video and vote with your conscience for a better malaysia for all Malaysians !

spencer
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hi Anil
this is off topic but you can put it under “Muhibbah” category.

David Arumugam singing Hokkien song :

顿狼
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顿狼

This is a good parody:

Andrew I
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I remember when Anwar said a hundred Anwars will rise to take his place. If he goes back to teaching, there will no longer be a bogeyman for BN. (A bit like not having Gherkin around)

All the best in your political future, Rafizi. I was wondering when they were coming round to you. Now that they have, it’s the first feather in your cap.

tan tanjong bungah
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tan tanjong bungah

Hi everyone, Fully agree with Rafizi on what the 13GE is about! It is NOT about personalities, it is about a 2-party system, with the people choosing between continuing with a very corrupt regime or going for a change in government for the new govt to reduce or almost eliminate the endemic disease of corruption and cronyism practised by the current UMNO Baru and BN govt. The 2-party system would give PR a 5-year mandate to show how much they can perform to the satisfaction of the rakyat! This empowerment of the people would mean that any incumbent government that… Read more »

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Tan,

Let’s not get our expectations high otherwise the disappointment will be too great. We must give Pakatan a 5-year mandate no doubt but at the rate those morons are going about clearing up nation’s coffer, signing MOUs, contracts etc ahead of GE-13, Pakatan will find it an uphill task but never mind, let’s be prepared, be more understanding and try help things along.

Unity is Strength and lets hope for the best that things will get back on tract in 5-10 years, definitely not within 5 years.

tan tanjong bungah
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tan tanjong bungah

Hi Jong and everyone, No worry about high expectations as the one on Obama expected of him! Penang’s case is a case in point when in a mere 4 years we can see the great difference in better governance brought about by the 1st term PR govt! Similarly, the first 5 years of a PR federal rule may not solve all the mess and ‘s…’ left behind by the former UMNO Baru govt, but in the 1st term, I am confident PR can show how much better is their governance! With that, the people would be able to decide and… Read more »

Jong
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Man-of-the-season! The impression I get he’s confident yet humble, no airs and unassuming. If I am in Pandan, he’ll get my vote for sure!

Yang
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Good I give him my vote and will persuade all especially in Pandan to also give them their votes to him. A bright promising star in PKR