Encouraging turnout for Mahathir ceramah in Umno stronghold


Some 2,000 people thronged a Mahathir ceramah in the parliamentary constituency of Tasik Gelugor in mainland Penang last night in a sign that his Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia is making inroads in Umno strongholds.

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  1. If Prime Minister Najib is not a public official, then what is he? A private official? Then why is he paid from public funds? Isn’t that wrong? Roles aside, if as Finance Minister, you are managing the funds of the country, you don’t have a fiduciary duty to the people? Then similarly, might as well tear up the Companies Act and the directors can use the company’s funds as they like because they don’t owe a fiduciary duty to the shareholders. For this we have Mahathir to thank for bending the judiciary to allow goons to seep through to the office of a judge.

  2. The next general election will see Barisan Nasional and Pakatan Harapan battle it out as PAS is unlikely to win voter support in the event of a three-cornered fight, a survey by big data analytics outfit Invoke shows.

    The survey which polled 10,000 Malaysian voters across the country found that in the event of a three-way contest between Umno, Pakatan Harapan parties (PKR, Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia, and Amanah) and PAS, voters would likely choose the Malay ruling party.

  3. Mahathir kasai taruk kaw-kaw sama dia…

    Longer video at:

    Tasik Gelugor:Tun Mahathir(Tun M)-Hanya Yg Bodoh Dalam UMNO Supaya Najib
    Razak Senang Curi Duit

  4. TASEK GELUGOR: Tun Mahathir says he is willing to be investigated in relation to losses on foreign currency transactions by Bank Negara in the 1990s.

    He said he had yet to be called by any party regarding the issue.

    “But they are welcome to call me anytime, I am ever ready to go to the court or anywhere,” he told reporters after a party programme here Sunday night.

    • TV3 last nite reported that Penang government is causing hardship to Penangites with new hike in water price.

      What a joke!

      TV3 should tell us how much Johor is charging water to Johoreans, while selling water cheaply to Singapore!

  5. MIC to be rebranded as MIB, with promises of Jibbie to turn the fortunes of Msia Indians?
    Ravi123 do you get it?

  6. Is Najib trying to appeal to Indian votes to make up for the losing Malay votes when he screamed Naalai Namadhe (Tamil for ‘Tomorrow Is Ours’) when launching the Malaysian Indian Blueprint (MIB) with another Nambikei pledge?


    MIB til now is ‘Men In Black’ to me. Will the Indians take the bait?

    • Will Smith sang these verses on “Men In Black”:

      Aha, aha
      Now, From the deepest of the darkest night
      On the horizon, bright light enters sight tight
      Cameras zoom, on the impending doom

      “Impending Doom” for Regime BN?

  7. Tasik Gelugor is a marginal seat. The acid test is Felda and PAS heartland.

    What they really need is Anwar too on that stage. Najib sent Anwar to jail even if he did not see this coming. He is scheming far ahead to win.

    A better indicator of Najib fear is the paltry RM1b allocation to the Indians. If he was truly afraid of losing, the allocation would be ten times more.

      • JOHOR BARU: Former prime minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad says he has not betrayed the Malay community by forming a pact with DAP after years of opposing them.

        The Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia chairman said that he decided to work with the Opposition only because of the love he has for the country.

        “Many Malays were angry with me for sitting beside Lim Kit Siang and similarly, many Chinese were dissatisfied.

        “The Chinese felt betrayed by Lim and the Malays felt betrayed by me but we did not betray anybody.

        “We are Malaysians and we just want the country to be well-governed,” he said during a fundraising dinner organised by the Gelang Patah MP’s office here on Friday.

        Dr Mahathir added that opposition parties cannot win the elections and form the Government on their own, and this can only be achieved if they all work together.

        Read more at http://www.thestar.com.my/news/nation/2017/05/05/dr-m-i-have-not-betrayed-the-malay-community/#aY6cmYPFWqfKZ5kG.99


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