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Non-BN friendly websites down through cyber attacks – a coincidence ??

April 13, 2011


Since yesterday, the non-friendly government website MalaysiaKini was down. It was only a few days ago,  the website Sarawak Report was similarly attacked and all these happen only within few days before the Sarawak State elections. Coincidence ??? – rumors abound that these cyberattacks are initiated by those with a purpose to have such sites non-accessible to the public. […]

UMNO’s 61st AGM : Race relations highlighted

October 22, 2010


The UMNO 61st AGM on 21 Oct opened with strong messages from our Prime Minister Najib and Deputy Prime Minister Muhyiddin about curbing talks and debates on racial issues and Malay rights. I’d said this comes at an appropriate time. I respect their frankness on this subject but disillusioned by their sincerity. Both are just […]

Chinese businessman who had benefit from Malaysia’s NEP

October 9, 2010


From the blog of Datuk Zaid Ibrahim : The success stories of the Chinese under NEP are plentiful and are well known. NEP for this purpose means hugely lucrative patronage preference system. As the Prime Minister’s brother Nazir Razak himself says, the NEP has become bastardised. What he doesn’t say explicitly is that the NEP, […]

Malaysia : KEY Political Risks

October 4, 2010


Malaysia has unveiled ambitious plans to boost its economy by mobilising hundreds of billions of dollars of private investment, although questions remain over whether the money will materialise. Prime Minister Najib’ s cut in fuel, gas and sugar subsidies in August triggered a political backlash that may see him holding off more reforms ahead of […]

Najib Cabinet reshuffle in accordance with 1Malaysia concept ?

September 30, 2010


The weak-kneed Cabinet decision on the latest anti-1Malaysia offence of the Biro Tata Negara (BTN) is a great disappointment and shame and the greatest disservice to Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak’s 1Malaysia concept. In the first place, why was the announcement of the Cabinet decision to ask the Chief Secretary to investigate the latest […]

Another ” Nasir Safar” surface in BTN !

September 28, 2010


Our  Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib has urged world leaders at the United Nations General Assembly to embark on building a “Global Movement of the Moderates” from all faiths to work together to combat and marginalise extremists, whom he said, had held the world with their bigotry and bias. He said “It is time for […]

Lee Kuan Yew: Don’t judge a man until you’ve closed his coffin

September 15, 2010


Umno Youth chief Khairy Jamaluddin on Sep 13  refuted Singapore Minister Mentor Lee Kuan Yew’s allegations that Malaysia is a failed state. He was responding to Lee’s remarks in a New York Times interview on Sept 1, describing Malaysia as being in a “most unhappy situation” and criticising Malaysia, in particular the ruling cadre of Malays. […]