Bung Mokhtar blows his top

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Is this parliamentary behaviour? Or is this intended to divert our attention from the nation’s troubles?

Bung Mokhtar was unhappy with a demonstration outside his house organised by PKR Wanita chief Zuraida Kamaruddin following what they felt was a sexist remark made by him.

I wonder what the Kinabatangan MP’s reaction was to the butt dance outside Ambiga’s house not so long ago.

I don’t normally like to give publicity to these antics, but this guy is unbelievable. Even by his standards, this is an astonishing outburst, as he ignores the Speaker’s repeated attempts to calm him down. (Reminds me of those bad gusti bouts where the wrestler ignores the referee’s attempts to intervene.)

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glissantia
glissantia
22 Jun 2015 2.10pm

1MDB is only one relatively new GLC. There are other GLCs and “public-private partnerships” doing unrelated “investment” overseas, even when their performance is bad. This means they are receiving excess funds without review. This also means visits overseas with families for study tours, consultations, conferences, signing ceremonies, follow up, etc. The AG is not allowed to audit them.

Even in their assigned functions, GLCs cause earthquakes in their industries due to incompetence, lack of oversight, arrogance and over-ambition goals.

gk ong
gk ong
19 Jun 2015 6.37pm

A Wall Street Journal (WSJ) report today claimed that 1MDB’s funds were used to bankroll Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak’s campaign in the 13th general election.

The report said this was achieved by having 1MDB make overpriced purchase of power assets from Genting Group in 2012.

Genting then made a donation to a foundation controlled by Najib before the 13th general election and it claimed the funds were used for campaigning.

gk ong
gk ong
20 Jun 2015 5.55pm
Reply to  gk ong

WSJ said the “donations” to Yayasan Rakyat 1Malaysia were then poured into the election campaign in Penang for BN’s bid to recapture the state. Now everyone knows how the free makan and Psy concert in Penang before GE13 are funded.

LKW will have to work harder now that foreign media like WSJ and NYT are beginning to dig out juicy news,from 1MDB.

tunglang
tunglang
21 Jun 2015 2.27pm
Reply to  gk ong

Betting on a losing horse is one bad choice. Cleaning up the horse … is one foul job.
At the end of the race course, it’s the people who will lump you with the losing horse + judge you badly regardless of what you did good in the past.
My recommendation to LKW to read “Horse Sense” by Al Ries & Jack Trout which applies to most things in life more than mere marketing.

iSupercally
iSupercally
20 Jun 2015 10.18pm
Reply to  gk ong

Always reading nonsense from unsubstantiated articles. CAT this and that making guessing game. Why don’t you read more of RPK articles. He is also Fri the royalty and a good friend of defacto

Rasputin
Rasputin
19 Jun 2015 2.43am

iSupercally
Clearly you did not follow the sequence of the event and off target
You don’t understand my insinuation.

Rasputin
Rasputin
18 Jun 2015 3.39pm

Even the orangutans in the Borneo jungles are well behaved and more respectable.

iSupercally
iSupercally
18 Jun 2015 6.43pm
Reply to  Rasputin

Do you call going to people’s house and create a ruckus well behave. They create a ruckus and biadap and when I retaliate, you said orang hutan well behave….

tunglang
tunglang
19 Jun 2015 7.59am
Reply to  Rasputin

The day Parliament Bung, Boom, Beroooooom.
Did it shatter the window glass?

gk ong
gk ong
18 Jun 2015 1.45pm

Bung is providing comic relief sideshow in order to deflect attention away from the fact that the BN Regime is paying RM7,000,000.00 a day to service 1MDB ‘s RM42 billion debts and also guaranteed RM172 billion debts which is about 43% of BNM today’s reserve?

Yang
Yang
18 Jun 2015 4.44pm
Reply to  gk ong

gk ong ; Wowow, I think your brain is no more spinning. It has gone cracko. Mahathir and other come up with 42 billions and now you come up with 172 billions. Where did you get that figure. Current Malaysia reserve stood at 132 billion. …

He is not a bully. He did the right thing. I would do the same to these …

gk ong
gk ong
18 Jun 2015 6.54pm
Reply to  Yang

Wait for Ramadan fireworks if Najib accepts Tun M’s challenge for a no-holds-bar live TV debate.

gk ong
gk ong
18 Jun 2015 7.05pm
Reply to  Yang
Ed G
Ed G
19 Jun 2015 3.59pm
Reply to  Yang

gk ong, Up until today, which PM of Malaysia has accepted a challenge to a debate? As far as I can remember, there is one. Besides, both Mahathir and Najib have had the added notoriety of turning down the court subpoenas served onto them while they were/are still serving as the PM of the country. On these counts alone, the thought of having ‘the one who professed to possess the spirit of a Bugis warrior’ to gallantly show up for a debate against his ‘sifu’ is way too far-fetched.

dinesh
dinesh
27 Jun 2015 1.32pm
Reply to  Yang

Famous quotes of Mahathir on Najib:

tunglang
tunglang
19 Jun 2015 7.56am
Reply to  gk ong

BN Regime is paying RM7,000,000.00 a day to service 1MDB ‘s RM42 billion debts – Such a reckless waste of national coffer money. But then it’s not their (1MDB) blood, sweat & tears money earned the hard way so they don’t feel the pains. Opportunity costs would have been fruitfully used for all schools’ computer labs & sports facilities. And some for helping our SMEs which are the future core companies for employment opportunities & economic fire brands. Like it or not, 1MDB must be grilled to the last sweat & report open to public scrutiny without fear or favour.… Read more »

gk ong
gk ong
19 Jun 2015 12.03pm
Reply to  tunglang

You can get micro credit from MCA to start your food museum, and get Ms Chew MF to open officially for you.

Night Museum Jaga
Night Museum Jaga
19 Jun 2015 1.28pm
Reply to  tunglang

To operate a museum costs anything from 5 and above millions.
It also depends on the space, exhibits, location and entrance fees.
No so simple as asking from a political entity. A micro credit is for an SME lah.
The state government can act as a link to interested corporations and investors.

gk ong
gk ong
20 Jun 2015 9.17am
Reply to  tunglang

Tunglang; think big, start small. Grow as you prosper. Good luck!

tunglang
tunglang
21 Jun 2015 10.30am
Reply to  tunglang

Thank you, gk ong.
May have to remodel my museum plan.
Looking for investors. Not easy but trying in this trying economic weather.

dinesh
dinesh
27 Jun 2015 1.33pm
Reply to  tunglang

Plenty of empty lots in Komtar that could be converted to food museum.
You can possibly get cheap rental now.

owc
owc
18 Jun 2015 9.57am

Bung should mohon maaf on Day 1 of Ramadan month.

iSupercally
iSupercally
18 Jun 2015 6.46pm
Reply to  owc

You create ruckus at my house and I have to apologize. Wow smart guy. Are you.born in the 13th month

Donat Anthony Theseira
17 Jun 2015 9.38pm

This bloke is a bully and is raving lunatic to say the least.

iSupercally
iSupercally
17 Jun 2015 8.12pm

This is nice. Apt and concise
The impression being given is that DAP is p….. with PAS because of its recalcitrance regarding the Islamic Shariah law of Hudud. That is actually not true. The beginning of the break in relationship between DAP and PAS was because of Azmin Ali.
http://www.malaysia-today.net/the-decision-in-selangor-may-mean-the-collapse-of-penang/

iSupercally
iSupercally
17 Jun 2015 8.08pm

Ousted PAS progressives in limbo over new vehicle
We need a party that comes from the Malaysian grassroots, says Mujahid.

Business as usual for Guan Eng and gang
FREE CM says cooperation will be based on Pakatan’s common policy.
Tolong la sack itu 1000 PAS orang. Mengapa. Tak berani kah

gk ong
gk ong
18 Jun 2015 8.26am
Reply to  iSupercally

What is this got to do with Bung?

Yang
Yang
17 Jun 2015 7.47pm

When Perkasa or Malay NGO demonstrate outside the CAT or their leaders house its deemed uncouth and wrong. When Pakatan leaders demonstrate outside BN MP house ooh ooh its alright they are doing the right thing. Oh goodness gracious me…….

Phua Kai Lit
Phua Kai Lit
18 Jun 2015 5.41am
Reply to  Yang

Is threatening violence against another MP acceptable conduct within the
august chambers of the Malaysian Parliament?