PM Talking Cock

Another case of you help me, I help you?

(With elections around the corner, expect more incidents of talking cock to be sprouting out from the foamy mouth of the many half-past-six politicians around the country and on a more regular basis too. Image source: http://www.olx.com.sg)

In Malaysia, I think we have come to a point where we can take in usual talk cock from the politicians in this country on a regular basis but when it comes to the Prime Minister himself talking cock and even though you may say that you have see it all, heard it all, you should know that at this level, even talking cock has it’s limit

Datuk Seri Najib Razak today pledged to give more freedom to the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) in the appointment of its officers if Barisan Nasional (BN) wins two-thirds control of Parliament in the next general election.

NFC: When They Will Be Really Honest?

(Countdown – 336 days to “doomsday”)

(An unexpected revelation of corruption involves the cows or an internal chess-play for the Pantai Parliamentary seat? Cartoon source: Zunar / Malaysiakini)

It could be just an hypothetical question but here’s one last post before the holidays…

This article by Citizen Nades on the NFC mess was a good one and if you had missed reading this in The Sun last Wednesday, here it is in verbatim (basically it nails the same thing that every tax payer has in their mind):-

Be honest and answer all questions
R.

2010 Reflection: Year of the BN

BN

(Never underestimate the power of impressions, more so if it was handled by professionals. Image source: https://iheartintelligence.com)

2010 was unfortunately “their” year but they deserved it – they played their cards rights

One of the few best things that BN under Najib did in 2010 (although it was long, long overdue) was getting a new President for MIC but then again, MIC is old news and the old President did not go away with empty hands.…

New Found Care?

I guess to portray a bad image on someone; you can try to make as much noise as possible and hope that the real facts gets drown in the noise…

(What is the real mission of “Misi Tawan Selangor”? Want to wrestle back the state for the good of the people in Selangor or to continue the nonsense that happened before the last general election?

Hulu Selangor Poser 2

(Mahathir – still active in the war zone after retirement. Image source: http://www.mir.com.my/)

No short of ‘foot in the mouth’ statements from politicians…

Malaysiakini reported:-

Hulu Selangor voters can express their gratitude for all that Dr Mahathir Mohamad had done for them by supporting BN on April 25, said Jerlun MP Mukhriz Mahathir.

STOP: Selangor

(Before STOP, there were many other missions. Image source: Malaysia Today)

STOP = Selangor Take Over Plan

STOP is the latest campaign launched by the oppositions in the state of Selangor (that’s BN to you and me) to wrestle back the state from Pakatan Rakyat. This, I guess, is the latest of many campaigns in the past – perhaps probably after the failed “we need more jumping frogs” campaign.…

Hulu Selangor Poser 1

(Samy Vellu’s right hand man – G. Palanivel, the MIC man who is likely to stand for BN in Hulu Selangor. Image source: http://www.themalaysianinsider.com)

I attended a “Valaikappu” function for a distant cousin who is an expectant mother last week

I was not involved in the actual function at the relative’s house (after all it is an all-ladies event) but being the unofficial driver at home, I agreed to drive my mom and wife for shopping of the items to be presented to the young Mom for the function.…

Who’s Money, Bro?

(Will Putrajaya makes decisions that will benefit Malaysians as whole or make decisions solely based on political standing of the State Governments? Image source: http://mir.com.my)

Another case of Federal Government helping out the politicians at State level based on their political affliction.

From theStar:-

The Federal Government will provide matching grant to Sarawak’s Barisan Nasional MPs and assemblymen on whatever financial aid they receive from the state government next year.

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