Do you have a problem, Najib asks Kit Siang in latest tit-for-tat
PETALING JAYA: The war of words between Najib Razak and Lim Kit Siang continued today, a week after the latter’s cancellation of a debate between them.
The former prime minister expressed surprise after Lim recalled several incidents in the past where he said Najib had avoided engaging with his critics.
“This man, does he have a problem?” asked Najib in a Facebook post.
“He was the one who gave the topic for the debate. He was the one who asked me if I would agree to the topic.
“He was the one who withdrew from it two days later, giving a racist excuse about a Chinese versus Malay conflict.
“He was the one who wrote at length on why he withdrew from the debate.”
Jibby was supposed to deliver the opening speech in his hometown Putrajaya at the international anti-corruption conference in 2015 but he “had a problem” so he took Paul Low’s advice and hid behind Paul’s skirt.....ha ha ha...ReplyDelete
Paul Low: I advised PM not to open conference due to 'hostile reception'
Wednesday, 2 Sep 2015
by neville spykerman
PUTRAJAYA: Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak was advised not to attend the opening of the 16th International Anti-Corruption Conference (IACC) on Wednesday due to "possible hostile receptions" against him.
Minister in the Prime Minister's Department Datuk Paul Low said as head of the Government certain protocols must be accorded to Najib.
Low said he made the call to advise Najib on the possible hostile receptions he could receive due to allegations against him.
"I'm from Transparency International and I know this will be a meeting of fearless activists and it's going to be hostile," said Low, responding to questions from the floor during a workshop session.
Low said Najib decided against delivering the keynote address in the afternoon after taking into account security concerns and the atmosphere of the conference. Low will be delivering the address.
In earlier press statements, Najib was scheduled to open the conference with the gathering of world anti-corruption experts
ageing n nyanyuk, i guess. mumble the same again n again.ReplyDelete
So I suppose everyone agrees then,ReplyDelete
Najib dan Ah Pek sama,
PH is BN Baru.
And most importantly, Petronas money still goes into Melayu
pockets especially in the form of Uni quotas.
There **is** a Just God.
Indeed there is a 'JUST' god!Delete
For all the tongkat given, u have produced a few generations of shameless weaklings, every each day crying for more tongkat.
Eventually, they disappear just like the Neanderthal - tulin &/or palsu sama2.
As dictated by that god of yrs.
Praise to that god of yours. U deserve that!
Tanah Melayu never had a famine.Delete
After the British left, India never had a famine.
Tiongfuckingcock had a completely man made famine when Cinatoks ruled themselves right in the middle of the 20th century when the Green Revolution was in full bloom.
Then they come to Tanah Melayu. Instead of gratitude, they join a terrorist organization based on the
****exact same ideology ****
****that starved them ****
***in their country of origin***
***in the first fucking place***
Bodoh punya Cina, tak tahu malu punya Cina. When Cina mampus it is from their own stupidity.
Very bodoh sombong-ish type of syiok-sendiri diatribe!Delete
Tunggu lah - siapa tu yang mampus lu bila tiba masa.
Can then pray to yr god for help. At the end STILL extincted just like those Neanderthal!
CK, please leave out the god of others in your argumentDelete
DAP is whatever, wakakaka, who says India never had a famine after the Poms left?
The differences between China and Malaysia are the environment, extreme weather in China and size of population. In general Chinese do not support Communism - they are capitalists-Confucianists. They like making money which was why my ancestors migrated to Malaysia, wakakaka
Famine had been a recurrent feature of life the Indian sub-continental countries of India, Pakistan and Bangladesh, most notoriously during British rule. Famines in India resulted in more than 60 million deaths over the course of the 18th, 19th, and early 20th centuries.Delete
Ktemoc: "who says India never had a famine after the Poms left?"Delete
Ktemoc:"Famines in India resulted in more than 60 million deaths over the course of the 18th, 19th, and early 20th centuries."
What famine after Indian independence?
Still tak tahu malu.
Muka tebal. Tak tahu malu.
"Despite the harmful agricultural innovations, the weather in 1958 was very favorable and the harvest promised to be good. Unfortunately, the amount of labour diverted to steel production and construction projects meant that much of the harvest was left to rot uncollected in some areas. This problem was exacerbated by a devastating locust swarm, which was caused when their natural predators were killed as part of the Great Sparrow Campaign. "
Mati kerana bodoh. Hidup tak tahu malu.
from wikipedia (relevant extracts):Delete
Since the time of Mahabharata, people in several regions of India have associated spikes in rat populations and famine with bamboo flowering. The northeastern state of Mizoram has bamboo as a dominant species over much of the state which experiences a cyclical phenomenon of bamboo flowering followed by bamboo death. The bamboo plants are known to undergo gregarious flowering once in their life cycle which can happen anywhere in a range of 7 to 120 years. A common local belief and observation is that bamboo flowering is followed by an increase in rats, famine and unrest amongst the people. This is called mautam.  The first such event in the Republic of India was reported in 1958 when the local Mizo District Council cautioned the Assam government of an impending famine which the government rejected on the grounds that it was not scientific. A famine did occur in the region in 1961.
Deaths from malnutrition on a large scale have continued across India into modern times. In Maharashtra alone, for example, there were around 45,000 childhood deaths due to mild or severe malnutrition in 2009, according to the Times of India. Another Times of India report in 2010 has stated that 50% of childhood deaths in India are attributable to malnutrition.
Thanks for the reminder!Delete
"In general Chinese do not support Communism - they are capitalists-Confucianists."
That's yr own limited interpretation!
If the Chinese do not support communism HOW could the kmt be defeated through & through?
Capitalist & Confucianism r mutually exclusive in the thinking of the classic Chinese thinking!
Confucism despises monetary activities. But accept it as part of the necessarily humanistic indulgence. Thus, businessmen were ranked lowest in the career classification in the eyes of the Confucians.
More appropriately, there is NO capitalistic understanding in classic Chinese philosophy. Neither is there a conventional socialism entranced within the Chinese thinking. Capitalism/socialism r modern inventions!
Making money is secondary to servitude attributions to the society. Trying to perfect the society IS the main reason of getting involve in business.
Hence, in ancient Chinese society if one is doing well THEN it's one's responsibility to look after one's kindred/village/country in time of hardship, even though there is a administration setup.
One typical example is the establishing of the clan associations all over China & the world. Their aims were/r to help their newbies in a strange land!
Communism thus fits well within most of the Chinese Geist!
Unfortunately, with the twisted understanding of capitalistic greeds, this original Chinese concept was lost!
Coupled with the ability of quick thinking, adventurism & numeric dexterity, Chinese business activities ALWAYS come naturally in a new land. Hence, the unknowing locals call these Chinese capitalists!
Unlike yr ancestor, mine came to explore long before the conflicts of CCP/kmt happened in the motherland.
Not all Chinese r moneyed, whether or not they r successful in life.
So please DON'T make sweeping statement to entice the ketuanan freaks!
Proof conclusively how much lalang these ketuanan freaks have been fed into those already petrified brain!Delete
Read what they want to read. Can't analyse, compare & contra the data out there. Never has a second thinking about the tons of rubbishes floating on the WWW sea of infos!
Thus easily manipulated, especially when, by their me-layu nature, just ikut lah apa yang di'titah' by their elite class of blue blood & religious vultures.
yes chinese make that choice in 1949 when millions perish in the civil war, so when can chinese choose again? n how many millions perish this round?Delete
Ain't they choosing NOW?Delete
95% of the Chinese going outside of China r NOW coming back to a country administrated by a regime u termed dictatorial. Most of them r highly qualified in their respective fields too.
Can yr Formosa f*cked-heads do the same to get those in USofA to come & help uplift that island which is going nowhere?
Mfer, "how many millions perish this round?"
How about >80M if the down&trodden rural peasants been uplifted from poverty in <40yrs!
Why DON'T u relate this fact to yr ketuanan/zombie pals?
Kit has no problem; he didn't steal any money and is not going to jail. Only goyang kaki and every weekend minum teh at Gelang Patah coffeeshop.ReplyDelete
Yes Allah is Just and Fair.