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Friday, December 2, 2016

Perwakilan Go On Strike. MO1 Invited 1200 Perwakilan For Dinner, Only 200 Turned Up. Time To Get Lost.

UMNO Perwakilan go on strike. I received this via sms :

"Jamuan makan malam UMNO hambar.   Meja banyak kosong.   Perwakilan yg datang lepas makan tak sampai 10 minit belah balik.  Najib fed up bengang.  Banyak yang tak datang makan. Pasal tau duit haram.   Ramai perwakilan bengang dan marah ucapan Najib, Zahid dan sayap2 semua mengundang perpecahan,  menyerang sesama Melayu.

Ahli Umno sendiri sudah mula menghukum Najib dan Umno.   Allah Swt sedang tunjukan...
 
Najib sekali ini berucap pun pegang sapu tangan asyik lap air liur bersembur dan selekeh.   Dalam criminology itu bukti Najib nervous dan ketakutan dan guilty conscious.   Itu bukti orang bersalah.
 
Jiwa tak tenteram makan duit haram, duit keringat rakyat.  Semua itu Allah Swt sedang tunjukan."

Here are the pictures. Note that this picture was taken during the dinner. Not before or after. Jangan klentong. MO1 is already seated. Dinner is being served. The girl is singing on stage (see the video clip below) :






You can count the tables for yourself. There are at least 120 tables seating 10 people each. That makes at least 1200 guests. There are hardly 200 people in attendance. Most of the tables are empty. Even the Perwakilan UMNO are refusing to attend the Grand Dinner with the party president ! 

And the 200 in attendance  includes the waiters, waitresses, security guards, policemen, bodyguards, butt kissers and ball carriers. 

Where are the Perwakilan UMNO?
  
Here is the video :



Macam ini sajalah. The Majlis Tertinggi must meet MO1 and tell him enough is enough. Just pack up and leave.  The people really dont want you around anymore. 

Let us be gone with you. 

SLAP IN THE FACE FOR NAJIB: AGM ATTENDANCE FALLS, DELEGATES WHO SHOW UP LEAVE SESSIONS EARLY

UMNO KOSONG, WAKIL PUTERI KATA DIA BUKAN BODOH
My good friend Zaharin Mohd Yasin has been attending the UMNO Assembly. Zaharin says the attendance is very poor.  Here is Zaharin’s tweet (?).[see below]
 
My comments : Bro, cantik jam tangan. Lolex ke, Bright-ling ke atau Tek Hoyer ? Bukan saja orang tak datang, yang datang pun balik awal. Lagi sedih bro, yang datang, yang balik awal semua dari geng tak boleh fikir, spesies mudah kena tipu. Itulah UMNO sekarang – tak boleh fikir, mudah kena tipu. Kalau lagi ramai datang pun, lagi ramai lah yang tidak boleh fikir.
                                 
Here is a more interesting report. One representative from Puteri UMNO has given Zahid Hamidi an earful.
Usah bodohkan rakyat lagi, kata perwakilan Puteri
jangan kata ekonomi baik, rakyat sendiri nampak orang hilang pekerjaan
Puteri Umno Pahang sampaikan pesanan keras kepada kerajaan, 

mendesak pemimpin berhenti menutup kebenaran mengenai ekonomi
  
kerajaan berhenti memandang rendah kebijaksanaan belia hari iniKami semua intelek tinggi. 
Jangan tipu kami. 
Kalau ekonomi tak bagus, cakap tak bagus. 
Jangan cakap ekonomi okay tapi kawan-kawan diberhentikan kerja 
harga barang rumah naik,” katanya ..di PWTC di sini hari ini.

Hadir mendengar ucapannya ialah Zahid Hamidi.
Norsarfinaz ketua Puteri Umno Bahagian Jerantut meminta kerajaan berhenti melindungi kebenaran daripada rakyat
berterus terang dengan kami
 Dengan nada sinis, Norsarfinaz kata 
kerajaan nasihati rakyat jimat dgn melancong dalam negara
sekurangnya pastikan destinasi itu cukup menarik untuk dikunjungi

Contohnya kami boleh ke Pahang. 

Tetapi pastikan hutan tak ditebang. 
Masalah bauksit diselesaikan, 
jadi tidaklah ia tebal macam foundation (mekap) kami
Dan sungai janganlah nampak macam teh tarik, katanya
My comments :  UMNO sekarang sudah jadi macam PAS – parti bodoh, oleh orang bodoh, untuk orang bodoh. Orang yang kurang intelek, tak boleh fikir, tak faham apa pun boleh lah sokong UMNO dan PAS.
http://syedsoutsidethebox.blogspot.my/2016/12/umno-kosong-wakil-puteri-kata-dia-bukan.html

NAJIB’S ‘STRONG’ FACADE STARTS TO CRACK AT AGM: UMNO NOTHING WITHOUT MALAYS, NOT MALAYS NOTHING WITHOUT UMNO – DELEGATE RAPS NAJIB

Umno should stop asking Malays to be loyal to it, said a Johor party delegate.
Kemelah assemblyperson Ayub Rahmat said this is because Umno would be nothing without the Malays.
“The time has come for Umno to stop asking Malays to pledge their loyalty to Umno.
“In fact, it is time for Umno to stop reminiscing on what Umno has given to the Malays.
“Instead it is time for Umno to thank the Malays for the support they had given all this while,” Ayub said at the Umno general assembly today.
NEW DEAL
As such he said Johor Umno believed it is time for the party to renew what it could offer to the Malays.
The modern Malay agenda he said, needed to be written down.Besides showing Umno’s gratitude to the Malays, Ayub said the new deal could be used as an election promise, and show that the party isn’t just about blind nostalgic politics, but about bringing progress.
The Johor exco member’s speech came a day after Umno president Najib Abdul Razak spooked the party by saying that Malay privileges would be eroded should a DAP-led opposition come to power.
-https://www.malaysiakini.com/news/364907#ixzz4Re1wWw22

PILIHAN RAYA – TUN MAHATHIR

1. Kita lihat banyak negara-negara yang mencapai kemerdekaan setelah dijajah, memilih sistem demokrasi. Malaysia juga demikian. Tetapi sementara di Malaysia pilihanraya dapat menentukan parti yang akan mendiri Kerajaan, di kebanyakan negara lain pilihanraya hanya menghasilkan Kerajaan otokratik.
2. Sebabnya ialah banyak penipuan berlaku dalam pilihanraya sehingga keputusan dipertikai oleh pihak yang kalah. Kadang-kadang rusuhan berlaku, bahkan adakalanya perang saudara berlaku.
3. Sebenarnya penipuan mudah diperlakukan dalam pilihanraya. Diantaranya ialah dengan memindah pengundi dari kawasan yang tetap dimenangi kepada kawasan yang parti kalah dengan jumlah undi yang sedikit sahara.
4. Dengan tambahan sedikit sahaja pengundi dari kawasan kubu kepada kawasan kalah, kemenangan mudah dicapai.
5. Sogokan wang dan barangan juga boleh menentu kemenangan. Biasanya dibuat secara rahsia kerana ia menyalahi undang-undang, tetapi jika Kerajaan boleh menghalang segala tindakan undang-undang terhadapnya, sogokan boleh dibuat secara terbuka oleh parti Kerajaan. Jika ada laporan dan dakwaan bahawa sogokan telah berlaku, ketua polis dan pendakwa raya boleh mengenepi atau menutup dakwaan itu. Mahkamah tidak akan dapat mendengar kes itu.
6. Mungkin juga orang yang membuat laporan dimasuk dalam tahanan dan dihadapkan ke mahkamah. Setelah ini berlaku tiada akan ada lagi sesiapa yang akan membuat laporan.
7. Orang asing juga boleh diguna untuk mengundi parti yang berkuasa. Katakanlah terdapat ramai orang asing yang berada dalam negara kerana sebab-sebab tertentu, mereka ini boleh diberi kad pengenalan warganegara dan didaftar sebagai pengundi. Sudah pun dikesan orang asing yang memiliki pasport negara lain tetapi mempunyai kad pengenalan Malaysia.
8. Dengan sogokan juga pegawai dan kakitangan boleh mengambil bahagian dalam penipuan ini. Pekerja dalam pengurusan pilihanraya boleh juga disogok supaya bekerjasama dan tidak melapor penyelewengan yang berlaku. Jumlah undi pun boleh ditipu semasa dikira.
9. Mereka yang bersubahat seperti ini boleh dilindungi oleh pihak yang berkuasa. Mereka tidak akan didakwa.
10. Apabila diisytihar keputusan pihak yang tidak puas hati boleh membantah. Mereka boleh berdemo.
11. Tetapi selagi ketua pihak penguatkuasa undang-undang dan pendakwaraya menolak segala dakwaan penipuan dan bantahan oleh rakyat sia-sia sahajalah usaha yang dibuat.
12. Parti yang menang secara penipuan akan dirikan Kerajaan dan akan terus menipu dan melesapkan duit rakyat. Ini sudah pun berlaku.
13. Demokrasi memang sistem yang terbaik tetapi demokrasi boleh disalahguna dan salahlaku sehingga wujud diktator demokratik – atau lebih tepat lagi kleptokratik. Demikianlah wang boleh menghapuskan semangat sayang kepada bangsa, negara dan agama.
14. Untuk mengelak semua ini berlaku terdapat hanya satu cara sahaja. Rakyat sebagai pengundi, kakitangan dan pegawai mestilah menolak dengan sekeras-kerasnya RASUAH dalam apa bentuk sekalipun.
15. Apa juga yang diterima dan boleh ditakrif sebagai rasuah adalah haram – haram di dunia dan haram di akhirat. Islam, agama-agama lain dan masyarakat mengutuk rasuah. Percayalah rasuah tetap akan memburukkan nasib semua dari kita termasuk dan lebih-lebih lagi mereka yang menerima rasuah.
16. Janganlah sesiapa berkata oleh kerana rasuah tidak termasuk dalam hukum hudud, dianya akan dibalas hanya di akhirat sahaja. Dia tidak menjadi kesalahan di dunia. Oleh itu terimalah rasuah sebagai rezeki.
17. Sebenarnya balasan di dunia akan dirasai oleh semua kerana rasuah, selain dari menjadi beban kepada masyarakat tetap akan menghancurkan negara.
18. Melayu UMNO mudah lupa, seperti saya nyatakan dalam perhimpunan Agung UMNO dahulu. Kali ini mereka lupa sayang kepada bangsa, negara dan agama seperti perjuangan UMNO di waktu ia ditubuh. Yang mereka ingat hanyalah duit itu raja. Dan mereka teruslah menyembah duit. Pilihanraya kali ini akan memperlihat duit-duit yang dicuri dikongsi bersama oleh mereka yang terus menyokong Najib. Dengan perkataan lain ahli UMNO yang terus sokong Najib bersubahat dengannya dalam melesapkan duit Kerajaan (duit rakyat) berbilion-bilion Ringgit.
19. Makanlah duit haram ini, duit dari menjual bangsa, agama dan tanahair.
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Norsarfinaz: I just want the govt to be frank with us

Norsarfinaz Mohd Azman, who had asked the government not to sugar-coat the truth about the economy, says she feels satisfied having said her piece about the rising cost of living.
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KUALA LUMPUR: Politicians should have the heart of an activist and fight for the voiceless ones without expecting anything in return, said a Puteri Umno delegate.
Jerantut Puteri division chief Norsarfinaz Mohd Azman, speaking to FMT, said this was the principle she held on to and what had motivated her to stand up against her party leaders.
She said having gone down to meet those from the less privileged sections of the community, she was exposed to the plight faced by those who often complained of economic hardship.
“That was why in my speech I told the government to just be frank with us on the status of our economy.
“What do you think the public feels when they hear (from the government) that our economy is doing well, but see so many people losing their jobs and the continuous waves of VSS (voluntary separation schemes) being offered by companies?
“That was also why it is important for politicians to meet the grassroots and see for themselves the problems affecting the public.”
Norsarfinaz, 35, who prefers to be called Kak Pipi, came into the limelight after she broke the perceived tameness of the Puteri Umno during this year’s Umno general assembly.
Her speech was initially guided by the text she had prepared earlier.
However, she began to speak off the cuff when the party’s acting deputy president, Ahmad Zahid Hamidi, who is also the deputy prime minister, entered the hall, pleading to the leader to stop sugar-coating the real status of Malaysia’s economy.
When asked if she feared a possible backlash from party members, Norsarfinaz said: “No, no, no.”
She explained that it was her responsibility to speak for the ordinary people. As she had no political ambitions, she had nothing to lose.
“When I saw Datuk Seri (Zahid), I thought: ‘When else would I get the chance to express the feelings of the youths today?’
“This was my way to express my love for the party. I feel satisfied as I have done what my position requires me to.”
She added that while the government isn’t entirely to blame for the declining economy, as other countries are also suffering, it could help by advising members of the public on ways they can weather tough times.

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Bank Negara announces new measures to support ringgit

Seven banks so far have said they would exit the NDF market, and have discussed with BNM how to manage any impact on their investment portfolios.
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KUALA LUMPUR: Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM) announced new measures on Friday to encourage more domestic trade of the ringgit, as it looks to stem the currency’s recent slide against the surging US dollar.
BNM said in a statement that exporters can only retain up to 25% of export proceeds in a foreign currency. Higher balances would need BNM approval, it said.
“Foreign currency arising from conversion of export proceeds will be used to ensure continuous liquidity of foreign currency in the onshore market,” the statement said.
The new measures will take effect on Monday (Dec 5).
As a significant sweetener to keep more cash at home, it said all ringgit proceeds from exporters can earn a higher deposit rate of 3.25% per year.
Speaking to reporters, BNM assistant governor Adnan Zaylani said exporters are free to convert currency to meet up to six months of loan obligations that are not denominated in ringgit.
The new measures state that all payments among resident exporters should only be made in ringgit.
Malaysia is looking to shore up the currency, which skidded to 13-month lows last month as the US dollar surged in the wake of Donald Trump’s US presidential election win on Nov 8.
Malaysia and other emerging economies have seen a rise in capital outflows as foreign investors sell local stocks and bonds in expectations of higher returns in US markets if interest rates rise under Trump.
Last month, BNM attempted to clamp down on offshore trade of the ringgit, which has plunged nearly 7% against the dollar over the last two weeks and is Asia’s worst performing currency.
It sent out form letters from banks in Malaysia to their offshore counterparts and clients, seeking a commitment to cease trading the ringgit in the non-deliverable forwards (NDF) markets and later warning of “prompt supervisory intervention” against violators.
While BNM said the measures did not amount to capital controls, markets have remained jittery and its moves have had little impact so far, traders and analysts said.
Adnan said seven banks so far have said they would exit the NDF market, and have discussed with BNM how to manage any impact on their investment portfolios.
“We are providing liquidity to the (onshore) market and will continue to do so as far as necessary. We do need to maintain liquidity in our markets,” Adnan said.
He added that no further measures will be announced on offshore trade of the ringgit.
Among other measures it said residents can hedge and manage foreign exposure with onshore banks subject to prudential limits.
Resident and non-resident fund managers can also freely and actively manage FX exposure up to 25 pct of invested assets.
It would enhance secondary bond market liquidity via commitments of market makers and rebalance demand of foreign currency.
Malaysian ringgit NDFs added to gains after BNM’s announcement. They were up nearly 1% at 4.4385 at 6.25pm (Malaysian time). FMT

Dr M's new diagnosis: 'Melayu Umno mudah lupa'



One of Dr Mahathir Mohamad's often repeated diagnoses is that the Malays suffer from amnesiac spells. But this is now used to describe his recent actions, which have been labelled as treacherous to Umno.
Even Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak chose to recall the phrase "Melayu Mudah Lupa" in launching a salvo against his former mentor-turned-nemesis.
However, in his latest blog posting, Mahathir appears to have revised his diagnosis and suggested that the ailment is confined to those in Umno.
"The Malays in Umno forget easily, like how I mentioned during the previous Umno general assemblies.
"This time, they have forgotten their love for the nation, country and religion. Now, they think money is king and they worship money," he wrote.
Mahathir claimed the misappropriated funds would be shared among Najib's supporters in the coming general election.

"In other words, Umno members who continue to support Najib would be considered to be in cahoots in causing billions in government funds to disappear.
"Go ahead and take illegal money - money from selling race, religion and country," he said in a stinging criticism.
Mahathir appeared to be referring to the 1MDB scandal, which the US Department of Justice said at least US$3.5 billion was misappropriated from the Malaysian fund and laundered through the US financial system.
Najib has denied any wrongdoing or taking public funds for personal gains.- Mkini