Tuesday, August 28, 2018

Fuziah Salleh: Mahathir is INCORRECT

Star Online - Najib: 'Great Wall' issue in Kuantan is slander by PH:

I am going to tear that "Great Wall" down
after I get back the RM500 Billion I ... er ... er ... Najib lost   

tolong lah Tun, hentikan 'tembakan' kau

terimakasih Fuziah, only Pahangites know what's exactly going on, not a 93-year old Kedahan 

PETALING JAYA: The issue surrounding the wall erected around the Malaysia-China Kuantan Industrial Park (MCKIP) is nothing but slander, said Datuk Seri Najib Razak.

"Thank God, one more slander towards the Barisan Nasional government before the 14th general election has been corrected. What was good was accused as wicked," Najib said in a Facebook post on Monday.

The former premier said he felt "vindicated" after Kuantan MP Fuziah Salleh said the industrial park's infamous wall only surrounds the Alliance Steel (M) Sdn Bhd complex and not the entire MCKIP as previously alleged.

After returning from his trip to China, Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir called for the solid wall – dubbed "the Great Wall of China in Kuantan" by some – surrounding the MCKIP to be dismantled.

"An industrial park is not a foreign country. It should be under the laws of Malaysia. Cutting out entry to local officials is not the right thing to do," he was reported as saying.

Fuziah, who is also Deputy Minister in the Prime Minister's Department, said she would inform the Prime Minister of the error.

Najib also pointed out that the Qinzhou Road was named to commemorate MCKIP's relationship with the Qinzhou China-Malaysia Industrial Park (QCMIP) in China.

According to Najib, there were accusations against him of "selling out the country" because of the name. He labelled this "another "propaganda" by Pakatan Harapan.

Najib also said Malaysia owned the same percentage of shares in QCMIP as China in MCKIP, but the former is three times bigger and produced over RM6bil's worth of goods in 2017 alone.

"If we are competent in mathematics and are not always mistaken about decimal points, we would understand that owning 50 per cent of an industrial park for a market of 1.4 billion people is better than owning 100 per cent for only 30 million people," he said.

kaytee note: are not always mistaken about decimal points - WAKAKAKA


  1. Doesn't change the fact that Najib sold Malaysia out to a Colonial-style lopsided ECRL contract.
    A damned-if-you-do damned-if-you-don't situation for Malaysia.

    Who signed that contract ?
    Not Pakatan Harapan, not Mahathir.

  2. It ONLY proves one thing:

    In the current PH admin, mamak is not absolute & can be disputed openly.

    No more, misquoted by the media, wrong interpretation, under specific circumstances & all those PUS that we so used to hear from the previous govt!

    Fresh air, indeed. But the gullible groupies of the old CAN'T/REFUSED to see & interpret as the same old habit of u-must-not-object!

    1. It ONLY proves one thing:

      His government is a government of contradictions and Uturns and misinformed. Good luck with running a country when you have no idea what's its all about, and hoping on a going-senile Grandpa.

    2. With PM 4, such a "recalcitrant" Minister or Deputy Minister would be out on the street even before they could finish their press conference.
      Followed by police or MACC investigations into whatever dirt is kept on file on them (PM 4 is reputed to have dossiers on everyone in his Cabinet).

      Now even Backbenchers and Junior Deputy Ministers feel free to speak up when they think PM 7's ideas are wrong.

      Check and Balance.

    3. he should recommend you for a Tun-ship for carrying his balls so much.

      The ONLY reason he dare snot act with ferocious aggression (as he did before) is because he has only 12 Pribumi MPs behind him, not because he has mellowed

      Stop your dedak-rised bodek-ing lah, I am cringing on your behalf

    4. Regardless of Cha Bor's bitching, the fact is there is plenty of Check and Balance in the Pakatan Harapan government.

      I don't see No BN redux....as blacks in the US would say..wakakaka..

    5. Interesting. Just happened to see a movie re Qin empire and the eunuch Chao Kow and how he manipulated the truth to secure power at the expense of the Qin empire.

      The end result is collapse because of delusion created from lies.

    6. Check and Balance, my ass!
      Anybody checked and balanced the CEP? NO!
      Anybody checked and balanced their backtracked promises? NO!
      Anybody checked and balanced public works cancellations? NO!
      Anybody checked and balanced uncancelling and rewarding it to his cronies? NO!
      Anybody checked and balanced National Car 3.0? NO!

      What check and balance are you talking about?

    7. Now, now john, don't overtax your mud-packed otak, ok ?

      You should have raise this Check and Balance tok kok during your Kepala Bapak Kau's time ! Khairy Jamaluddin openly admits now there's absolutely no check and balance on that Chief Thief....sudah hilang kuasa because of that and all the king's men and horses couldn't put Umno back into Putrajaya now. Too late in the day to talk shit about check and balance la. Go eat mud and die, wakakakkaka.

    8. JJ's dedak-filled otak still thinking about the past. When are you coming back to the present?

      FYI, PAS has always raised matters when it MATTERS. Not like others whom simply oppose just to oppose but now quiet like a door mouse when they became the Government. Have you ever heard the word: Hypocrisy?

      Don't turn into another know-nothing like CK did when his brain turns rotten due to dedak. Hohohohoho!

    9. Bravo!!

      What a monkey act.

      Yr master will be proud of that banana rant le.

    10. CK thought he was watching monkey acts but suddenly realised he was looking at the mirror! Hohohoho!

  3. Can you imagine a soon to be convict awaiting the Hangman's noose still blabbering about how good he was doing his job to an audience anxious to see him fall down the trapdoor and break his neck.

    Convicts awaiting death row do behave wierdly hoping against hope that enough sympathies can be garnered to prevent him from being hanged.

    It's all part of an end game for a man in despair and knows his days are numbered.

    Would it not be better for him to ask his God/Gods for help than mere human beings?

    Did anyone notice suddenly all his devout supporters including his own wife suddenly seems so quiet and trying very hard to make themselves unnoticeable or even exists.

    Is it because any sign of support will automatically trigger a probe into previous corruption cases among his supporters?

    Even the Religious bigots of PAS seems to be rather quiet of late knowing full well their cases of money laundering are coming out next in the trials in London.

    Next in line would of course be prepaid and postpaid bloggers, writers, NGOs who were paid using laundered monies from 1MDB, SRC, SSER, HSR, MARA, FELDA, LTAT, Tabung Haji etc.

    TDM sure have a long list of people awaiting his vengence, retribution and fury.

    1. Cha Bor's idol fancies himself as a one-man effective opposition to Pakatan.

      Even UMNO members and leaders, those who put a bit of thought into how UMNO can move forward, realise they need to distance themselves from Char Bor's idol.

      The more he engages in self-serving denial , the bigger hole he is digging himself.

  4. Talking about mistaken decimal point, Li Keqiang, PM of China promised to import USD2 BILLION as a condition for the ECRL project but poor Najib got confused, thought it was USD2 TRILLION. That’s a difference of THREE zeroes!! Even USA or EU don’t export that much to China.

    1. The shit is on his own face but as usual, he can't see it. All hypocrites are like that...including this cha bor blogger here and his celaka sifu, hihihi.

  5. Liow Tiong Lai wants MCA to start from zero
    in making the Balakong Declaration. Let’s fulfil his wish. I hope Balakong voters give them TELUR votes.

    MCA has launched the Balakong Declaration, a five-point manifesto, in a bid to revive the party after its worst defeat in history in the 14th general election.

    President Liow Tiong Lai said the party wanted to shed its political baggage and start from zero.

    1. Liow Tiong Lai should make way for Wee Ka Siong.
      Wee's not much of an effective Opposition MP right now, but at least he is barking.
      Liow is a goner.

      Wee can take hope....the wheel is round, sometimes you are at the bottom, but you may make it back to the top.

      Back in 2004, Wan Azizah was also the sole remaining MP for her party.
      Najib at the time sneered at her calling PKR and their sole MP "Parti Kurang Relevan"

      Fast forward 14 years...Najib is gone, Kak Wan is one of the most respected politicians in the country (Merdeka Centre poll)..

  6. Guna says Najib’s government inflated project costs to cover 1MDB debt. Najib bravely challenged TDM government to open RCI on these projects. Poker game.

    MALAYSIA’S mega projects with China, which Dr Mahathir Mohamad’s administration is trying to scrap, were attempts by the former Barisan Nasional government to save the debt-ridden 1Malaysia Development Bhd, said a senior journalist.

    P. Gunasegaram said the inflated costs of the East Coast Rail Link (ECRL) and two gas pipeline projects were meant to cover 1MDB’s debt.

    1. "P. Gunasegaram said the inflated costs of the East Coast Rail Link (ECRL) and two gas pipeline projects were meant to cover 1MDB’s debt."

      Ktemoc will quote Guna chapter and verse endlessly but now he himself is suddenly " quiet as a mouse", wakakkaka. Hey tikus, cat got your tongue ? another wakakakaka

  7. “Trial By Media” yells Najib and lawyer.
    “Free Speech” screams the rakyat.

    To me this book is good reference material for the learned judge to give his verdict. I also expect defamation suits to come Guna’s way.

    I’m Lovin It!!

    First book on 1MDB scandal launched
    Published on 29 Aug 2018

    Veteran journalist and columnist P Gunasegaram who penned the first book on the 1MDB scandal said the scandal contributed to Barisan Nasional’s defeat in the 14th general election. P Gunasegaram also answered many questions revolving around why he wanted to write on the scandal during the launch of his book 1MDB: The Scandal That Brought Down A Government on Tuesday