Wednesday, July 11, 2018

Ultimate Hypocrisy

Malaysia wants to extradite Jho Low from Macau (China) but refuses to allow India to extradite Zakir Naik.

Mahathirism at its most vintage.

We lived with it previously for 22 long years, but we are now embarked on a further few years of the same shit.


  1. Motherfucker kaytee condemn everybody including calling lim kit siang a traitor

    Yet cheebye kaytee refused to make any note on najib razak....

    Hypocrisy? Pot calling kettle black. Didnt najib wanna bath china pigs including kaytee....ooops....sorry sorry....kaytee ah neh right? Ah so....najib was pm for 9 years lei....ah so

    1. aiyoh, I keep telling you I did NOT fCk your mother yet you continue to say I did. Probably someone else did, thus you are NOT my son but someone's - juts look at your ugly self, how could you ever be my progeny

  2. Same legal principles at work.
    Malaysia can ask...but up to the host country to decide whether it is a valid request, and whether it is in their national interest to hand over the fugitive.

    I believe the latest news is Macao has told Malaysia "Fuck Off".


  3. Was Ibrahim Libya a terrorist? See the difference between then and now?

    Now, you are assuming, TDM is harbouring a terrorist?

    Why wasn't Zakir charged in absentia in India? and

    Why can't the Malaysian courts go ahead and charged all those overseas involved in absentia?

    After they are all charged and found guilty by the courts in absentia, getting those accused extradited becomes easier when Interpol is then involved.

    In the meantime, it's all talk but No Action can be done.

    1. don't sign a treaty if one has no intention of honouring it - please inform mahathir of this

  4. TDM is an enigma, or at least many of us fail to understand what he is thinking. While he was pushing for an ASEAN car many of you jumped the gun and assumed he wanted to start another Malaysian car. But I understood it to be Proton 1.0, since it still is a Malaysian car, 50.1% owned by DRB-Hicom. TDM was pushing for Proton to work with Indonesia to develop and market a car specifically for ASEAN, not start a new Malaysian car from ground zero.

    Read below:

    DRB-Hicom Bhd’s share on Bursa Malaysia advanced in early trading today on news that the conglomerate is studying a proposed collaboration between Malaysia and Indonesia to produce an Asean car.

    At 9.51 am, the stock rose two sen to RM2.10 with 1.51 million changing hands.

    Yesterday, DRB-Hicom Group Managing Director Syed Faisal Albar said a discussion on the matter was taking place as a memorandum of understanding was signed in 2015 between its subsidiary, Proton Holdings Bhd, and an Indonesian company to undertake the joint venture.

    “There is no cost involved and we need to study it a lot,” he told reporters after briefing the Council of Eminent Persons yesterday.

    Proton is 50.1 per cent owned by DRB-Hicom and 49.9 per cent by China-based automaker, Zhejiang Geely Holding Group via its wholly-owned subsidiary, Geely International (Hong Kong) Ltd.

    It was reported earlier that the joint effort between Proton and Indonesia to produce an ASEAN car was revived following talks between Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad and Indonesian President Joko Widodo last month.

    1. mahathir's very own words "A new National car"