Najib trying to do a makeover

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Just before the Cameron Highlands by-election, it became apparent that former Prime Minister Najib “apa malu, Bossku” Razak was trying to re-invent himself, presumably to try and save himself and Umno from oblivion.

His supporters would like us to forget the hundreds of millions of ringgit in cash and valuables seized from homes linked to him.

I thought Mustafa K Anuar’s reminder – “A Najib for all seaons” – was timely. Check it out and see what you think.

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Mah HS
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High cost of living still the bane of Malaysians
https://www.thestar.com.my/opinion/letters/2019/02/14/high-cost-of-living-still-the-bane-of-malaysians/#EgI8yyLkDWoFgH3X.99

PH promised so much and U-turned as much and could not deliver after 9 months. Very likely Najib could inspire another by-election victory in Semenyih. Many Chinese are not happy with LGE obsessed with chasing after income tax even on your overseas earnings.

Meng
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Meng

Semenyih folks should vote for Mr Kentang the 10 sen man to deny BN and PH.

Honor
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Honor

Yes. Must give PH a reality check for not keeping up to reform promises. Cost of living is still going up but Ringgit remains poor.

Sufian
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Sufian

Mahathir is back to old ways, taking in Umno MPs to strengthen his Bersatu, approve Kulim airport, possibly reinstate F1 at Sepang, … Not good signs and voters may not vote PH in protest.

Sufian
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Sufian

Our leaders must have tertiary education.
They must be educated to have vision, good planning and executive abilities and problem solving skills. Otherwise they could only pantau food price in wet markets or supermarkets and solving longkang problems only. Also without tertiary education, how could they negotiate with their Singapore counterparts who are mostly graduates from elite universities, not open learning part time mode degree.

Kramer
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Kramer

Our MPs lack strategic thinking due to their education background, even those graduated locally.

They can only handle operational issues like cut ribbon for opening ceremony, participate in gotong royong (for show), occasionally go to market to shake hands. No specific action to drive the nation forward to compete with neighbouring countries. No wonder our Ringgit is so weak.

Sherri
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Sherri

Najib and the cronies including those from PAS have bravely declared that they are innocent angels and did not plead guilty for the charges made. Then why can’t they face the court bravely to prove their innocence than seeking postponement of trials?

But MO1 is likely be sent to Sungai Buluh for rehabilitation pending pardon… Court drama begins tomorrow.

tunglang
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tunglang

A desperate man will do anything to save his life from lifelong residency in Sg. Buloh.
Even becoming a clown as depicted by a local artist!
But the real clowns are those who wanted to believe in him, support him & ride with him with tak malu.

Shriek
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Talk about religion and race again?

Awang
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Awang

Tak malu? Thick skin like hippo’s skin?
Drama sangat, boleh masuk Raja Lawak kat Astro!

Song
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Song

Najib must sit in the dock and appear before the judges in orange outfit when charged in court on Feb 12 since no one is above the law. Justice should be served as soon as possible for express check-in to the Sungai Buloh resort.

Song
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Song

8055KU has been charged with three more counts of money laundering amounting to RM47mil.
https://www.thestar.com.my/news/nation/2019/02/08/najib-charged-three-counts-money-laundering-rm47mil/

Song
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Song

PKR deputy president Azmin Ali has dismissed former prime minister Najib Abdul Razak’s adopted online moniker of ‘Bossku’.

Instead, the economic affairs minister accused Najib, who is facing a slew of charges, of being ‘Pencuriku’ (my thief).

https://m.malaysiakini.com/news/463759

Ravi
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Ravi

Trial postponed! Why?

Wahid
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Wahid

So it is very true that the talks in the street is that Najib will never be prosecuted for his crime and there is every possibility that he will be a free man. Something is stinking in Malaysia all in the guise of legal loop holes and dirty politics. Looks like rakyat is being taken for a ride.

Song
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Song

Najib’s daughter Nooryana recalled how she had once asked her father if he wanted to “keep on fighting,” given the potential consequences that could befall him, his family and his supporters.

“His response was, ‘Remember Prophet Muhammad still carried on with his struggle even with only a handful of followers. I know it will be painful. But I want to be there for the people when the dust settles, and the stark reality of Malaysia Baru sets in.

https://m.malaysiakini.com/news/463459

Roland
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Roland

So fake these days. Even credentials of ministers are now dubious and suspicious as education qualification and certifications can be fake.

Shriek
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Everyone too concern with quali, degrees, race and religion. Anything wrong with vocational cert holder?

Sherri
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Sherri

Should promote TVET, such qualification can get you good jobs, better than degree holders.

Song
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Song

If you do not have the brain IQ for intellectual professional degree, better stick to vocational training to master motor skills, be a cook or foreman to earn a living.

Bigjoe
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Bigjoe

Najib effect is doubtful because PH gained vote. The real ridiculousness is no one want to talk about the elephant in the room. PAS managed to transfer all its vote to UMNO. It did not happen before.

Why no one want to discuss it? Everyone afraid of political religo fight but its already unavoidable.

Song
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Song

Najib would have continued to cover-up the 1MDB scandal if not for BN’s defeat in the 14th general election last year. From cover-up to makeover, do you want to be fooled again?