Thursday, January 24, 2019

The curse of 7 will be over soon

https://lunlaaangun.wordpress.com/2012/08/14/the-curse-7-lifetimes-legend-of-langkawi-malaysia/
The curse of Langkawi will be lifted after the 7th generation*.

It's Official: Sultan of Pahang Announced as Our New Yang di-Pertuan Agong - WORLD OF BUZZ 1
Sultan of Pahang is the 16th Agong.
1 + 6 = 7*
Birth date - 30 July 1959 (3+0+7+1+9+5+9=34 *3+4=7*

Mahathir sworn in as 7th Prime Minister
Tun Mahathir Mohamad being sworn in as Malaysia's seventh Prime Minister at the Palace on May 10, 2018.

Mahathir date of birth 10th July 1925 (1+0+7+1+9+2+5=25) *2+5= 7*

Independence Day 31st August 1957 (3+1+8+1+9+5+7=34 *3+4=7*

Finale - 7th June 2019 = 25 (2+5=7) when the curse of Mahsuri is finally lifted and Malaysia will be reborn.


Saturday, January 12, 2019

The next Prime Minister and his Deputy

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The 8th Prime Minister
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The Deputy Prime Minister



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THE VICTIM WHO TRUSTED AZMIN ALI TOO MUCH.

Friday, January 11, 2019

Mahathir's Trump Card - Rule of Law

Rule of law important for nation's recovery process - Dr Mahathir


PUTRAJAYA: Everyone, including administrators and Rulers, have to abide by the laws because this is important in the ongoing process of rehabilitating the country, Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad said today.
The Prime Minister, in reminding about the Rule of Law principle of the Rukun Negara, said non-compliance with the laws can lead to chaos and make the recovery process difficult.
“We have to abide by the laws in everything that we do. The Prime Minister or the Rulers, ministers or administrative officers, the police or military must abide by the laws in their every action. Not going by the rules can cause chaos in our country.
“This is of utmost importance because we are trying to revive the government of this country. If we are not guided by the laws, then the recovery will not happen,” he said in his address at the monthly assembly of the Prime Minister’s Department at Dataran Perdana here.
Dr Mahathir said the government needed noble laws and those which uphold justice and do not put pressure on or marginalise anyone.
Dr Mahathir said no one can do whatever he or she pleases just because he or she has the power, even if that person is the Ruler or the administrator.
He said a civilised nation accepts laws and regulations for its survival and development.
"We know we are a civilised nation. Civilised people do not act without laws and regulations. If we do not recognise the rules or laws, then we cannot claim that we are a civilised nation," he said.
Dr Mahathir said that although Malaysia is a democratic country, it is of utmost importance for everyone to abide by the laws which protect the people, the Rulers and the administration.
He said laws that really protect everyone should be allowed to exist and put into practice.
"The law should be fair to all. Any law that suppresses the people or makes them uneasy should be reviewed and, if it is unjust, should be repealed or amended,” he said.
"In our country, there are many authorities. The Rulers have power, but that power is limited by the laws of the country. Although the government is given powers, it cannot use this authority arbitrarily, and it must be exercised in accordance with the law," he said.
Dr Mahathir said there is a separation of powers in the country, into three, namely the legislative, executive and judiciary, which is a priority in a democratic country and no one side can be in power without regard for the others.
"If something contrary to the law takes place, a judge will determine whether it is so. Judges have nothing to fear when discharging their duty fairly," he said.
Dr Mahathir said Parliament will screen the candidates in the appointment of judges and for certain other posts before submitting the names to the Yang di-Pertuan Agong.
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After close doors meeting overseas, we shall now look forward to another big drama produce and directed by Mahathir and Daim.

The title of the Drama can be Rule of Law or Mahathir Biggest Achievement or 3rd Time Unlucky Anwar or The 3rd Conspiracy.  Whatever one wants to name it, do so now before the start of the Drama.

Rules can be broken if you are the Prime Minister.  It does not matter if it is British, Indian or Syariah Law.
In Malaysia the Prime Minister is the Highest Authority after Allah.

Malays love drama but the poor victim Anwar and Family once again suffer for it.

Will Karma stand before Mahathir before he succeed in putting Anwar back to Jail.

Wait and see what the new Agong going to do by March 2019.  Yes the date is very important for Mukhriz to ascend the Premiership this year.

By then Malaysians and the whole world will understand why the ex Agong has to abdicate.

Thursday, January 10, 2019

The Power of Malaysian Prime Minister

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There is a saying that "Power lies with the person who knows the weakness of others."

In Malaysia it is not the people who chooses the Prime Minister but the person controlling the biggest party members gets to control others.

But for once in the history of Malaysia, the smallest party is controlling the Coalition of Parties that won GE14, because they thought by putting an experience 93 years old man temporary till the chosen one comes out from Prison was the wisest choice at that time.

What one believe, today turn into a nightmare for the Coalition of Parties.  The experience old man believe and thinks that Malaysia belong to him and his family only. Whatever was promised and agreed upon are now put aside with excuse of not enough time for this and that.

Can one lengthen one's life by giving excuse to Death when the time comes?
Can a task of doing right for a country be finish on a set date?
Can one demand to be of certain height by hook and by crook at a certain age?
Can one demand not to age with time?
Can one go back in time to change the past?

The excuses given by Mahathir to lengthen his stay and for not keeping his promises and fulfilling the agreement is deafening.  

Malaysians today no longer believe Mahathir will hand over the Premiership to Anwar.

If Mahathir is sincere, then abolish Jakim, Sosma, NSC and get rid of that Ridiculous Education Minister and four other Ministers who are making mockery on everything they do.

Malaysians do not need 1 million houses which they cannot afford to buy.

Malaysia a population of just only 34 million people do not need an Economic Minister when the Finance Minister is more qualify to do the job. Even in Europe there is only one EcoFin Minister, but here a small tiny nation having two person doing a job of one.

I am not sure how long and money is wasted on having an Economic Ministry when all the Minister does is travel here and there to enjoy life yet no business is coming in from overseas.

Today thanks to Mahathir, all these Coalition of Parties have become DUMMY AND DUMBO.

Under the Federal Constitution, the Prime Minister has the power to force a King to abdicate but the King cannot sack or ask the Prime Minister to resign.

JUST A REMINDER TO ALL MALAYSIANS, MAHATHIR GRAND PLAN IS MOVING SMOOTHLY AND SOON WE ARE SLAVE TO HIS FAMILY.

1.    STEALING
2.    LIE
3.    MURDER
4.    CORRUPTION
5.    CHEATING
6.    DRUG
7.    SLAVERY
8.    SELLING ARMS TO TERRORISTS
9.    DESTROY FAMILIES
10.  RACIAL DISHARMONY 

OUT OF TEN (10) ONLY ONE CRIME MAHATHIR HAS NOT COMMITTED. 

WILL THE COALITION STAND IN UNISON TO ENSURE THAT THE PRIME MINISTER'S TERM IS LIMITED, THE CHILDREN OF THE PRIME MINISTER CANNOT BE THE NEXT PRIME MINISTER FOR TWO TERMS AFTER THE PRIME MINISTER STEPS DOWN AND THAT THE AGONG CAN SACK THE PRIME MINISTER.
https://www.malaysia-today.net/2018/03/06/rafidah-revealed-that-mahathir-is-corrupt/









Wednesday, January 9, 2019

Plan C with the new Agong

9th days after the New Year.
Is God helping Mahathir and Daim or is it time for another karma.
Plan C is to offer a fantastic allowance to the next Agong.
That is right, Mahathir's Europe trip is now cancelled due to the resignation of the Agong.
But the money from South America is already on the move to Qatar.
So will the Emir of Qatar pay a visit to the new Agong or will the Agong travel to Qatar?
The question lies in how much will the new Agong willing to help Mahathir and Daim to bring back the first batch from US$500 billion which is going to park in Qatar.
Will 30% be enough for a conscience?
If I am given such an offer, I would demand for 50% since the money belong to Malaysians and not Mahathir and Daim.
To the ones who worship money, how do you sleep when you sell your soul to Mahathir and Daim?
FUCK YOU AND MAY YOU DIE IN GREAT PAIN AND SORROW.
WHY ARE THE MALAYS SO STUPID?
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Tuesday, January 8, 2019

A court case reveals Umno’s past and PPBM’s possible future

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There was a rather interesting court case last week. Interesting for two reasons: one, it throws some light on how the system worked when Umno was in power and, two, it gives an indication of where PPBM could be headed.
On Jan 4, the Court of Appeal sentenced businessman Mohd Mustafa Mohd Khalid to three years’ jail after dismissing his appeal against a conviction for cheating a company managing director of RM1 million.
Mustafa, 56, a “Datuk”, was found guilty by the Sessions Court on Feb 19 last year of cheating Kamaludin Janis, the managing director of Syarikat MN Resource Sdn Bhd, of RM1 million.
Mustafa duped Kamaludin into believing that a letter of intent from the finance ministry dated July 6, 2009, which he gave the latter was genuine. The letter had the title “Proposal to Supply a Scanning System (100%) for Imported Goods to the Royal Malaysian Customs, for Rental”.
He was accused of fraudulently getting Kamaludin to hand over RM1 million for obtaining the letter. The offence took place at Hotel Malaya in Kuala Lumpur in July 2009.
According to what was revealed in court, Kamaludin had appointed a consultant, Amrul Nizam Anwar, to find a political link to get a government contract valued at RM12 million.
Amrul had, during the trial, testified that Mustafa was close to Umno as he was a former Pahang Umno Youth leader and that he was also close to Najib Razak, who was then deputy prime minister and finance minister.
Several interesting points emerge from this court case: One, it is worth a handsome sum of money to know someone in power; two, being in a position in the ruling party (in this case Umno) can help you make money; three, firms (many, I am told) use aides or officers connected to ministers, or cozy up to people with connections, to try to secure contracts; four, there is a category of “consultant” that most of us have not heard of; five, such dealings take place in hotels; and six, sometimes businessmen do get cheated by those claiming to have connections.
This case indicates that companies that want million-ringgit government projects, which ensures instant monetary success, may not be shy about bribing their way to the contract.
It indicates that such firms would likely use go-betweens to grease palms.
It indicates that if you hold a position in the most important party that runs the government, as Umno was in the past, or are close to decision-makers or leaders who can influence decisions, you are much sought after.
Could this be why there was such a keen contest for Umno divisional leadership positions and Supreme Council posts in the past? I am told that you would need to spend several million ringgit to win the post of divisional leader.
No wonder then that someone who has invested so much money in gaining power would want to recoup his principal and make some profit by lobbying for contracts for himself or for others for a commission.
Someone whom I once met told me it was quite common to give a percentage of the contract amount to various people along the chain of influence. This is usually handled by the middleman.
I wonder how many successful companies used such middlemen in the past. More interestingly, how many continue to use such middlemen today?
FMT reported on Jan 3 that an Umno leader, who did not want to disclose his name for obvious reasons, revealed it was normal for party division chiefs to be given projects under the previous Barisan Nasional administration.
He said: “If an Umno division chief was popular and well liked, and could bring in votes, he or she stood a better chance of getting bigger contracts.”
See how the system works?
The FMT report quoted the Umno leader as saying that sometimes the money received from these contracts would be kept at home to make it easier for party leaders to hand out cash without leaving any trace of the under-table money.
No wonder we now hear of bales or bags of cash amounting to millions being kept in condominiums and other places.
It also explains why, when PPBM vice-president Abdul Rashid Abdul Rahman called on the party leadership to ensure divisional leaders were given contracts so that they could use the money to fund party activities, he was applauded by delegates to PPBM’s recent annual general assembly.
He is also reported to have said that elections must be won “by hook or by crook”. My, my. This is the guy who was chairman, and before that secretary, of the Election Commission for many, many years under the rule of the BN. And he is now VP of PPBM whose chairman is the prime minister and whose president is the home minister.
According to another FMT report, a high-ranking PPBM leader admitted that a group of division leaders were out to make money now that the party was in power.
He was quoted as saying money politics was emerging in PPBN and that these division chiefs were “no different from the Umno warlords”.
How can they be different, I ask you? Do I need to point out that most or almost all PPBM members were formerly in Umno or were sympathisers?
And isn’t it interesting that many MPs and divisional and branch leaders who quit Umno want to join PPBM?
It gives us an inkling of where PPBM may be headed if the leadership does not strike out a new path.
Also, we are reading reports of aides to current government leaders, or people claiming to be aides to leaders, demanding for kickbacks.
In fact, Youth and Sports Minister Syed Saddiq Abdul Rahman came out with a statement to say he had nothing to do with a man posing as his assistant and seeking a 30% commission from funds allocated to Chinese vernacular schools.
Pakatan Harapan ministers need to ensure their aides do not act as middlemen or collectors of 10% or 30% of contract sums in their name or in the name of their parties. Otherwise, it will be the proverbial “same old, same old”.
Malaysians are expecting something better from PH. They don’t want to hear of court cases related to corruption involving ministers or aides to ministers or family members of ministers; or even conmen claiming to act for some minister.
A Kathirasen is executive editor at FMT.
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SO WILL MACC AND PDRM INVESTIGATE THIS COMMISSION OF RM20 MILLION THAT IS DISGUISED AS PROTOTYPE FOR 3 NATIONAL CAR WHICH ACTUALLY DOES NOT COST A SINGLE SEN.

Ministry approves up to RM20 mil for 3rd national car prototype


KUALA LUMPUR: The Ministry of Entrepreneur Development (MED) has approved up to RM20 million in funds to attract private investors to develop the prototype for the third national car.
Minister Redzuan Yusof said the fund was sourced from several existing grants to spur the development of the national car project.
“The idea is that we become the catalyst for the new national car project.
“I’m not developing the third national car project, I am helping to create an environment for the new national car project,” he told reporters after officiating the Sustainable Programme: Bumiputera Entrepreneurship Empowerment Initiative programme.
Bernama
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Monday, January 7, 2019

Is it really the wedding?

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Many Agong has misused their position during their reign.
Yet none were forced to resign.
History remembered that RM200 million of our money was used to pay off a gambling debt in London during Mahathir's time as 4th Prime Minister.
During Mahathir's 22 years era there incident of murder and rape yet no action were taken by majority of Rulers.
The answer lies with a simple revenge.

NO AGONG INSULTED MAHATHIR IN PUBLIC EXCEPT HM KING SULTAN MUHAMMAD V.
https://says.com/my/news/dr-tun-mahathir-hopes-to-be-sworn-as-malaysia-s-prime-minister-by-5pm-today

Mahathir had ruled Malaysia for over 22 years and from this experience knows that he is crude, cruel and revengeful.
NOTHING CAN STOP MAHATHIR'S EVIL WAY EXCEPT IN DEATH.

IF THE NEXT AGONG IS SULTAN OF PERAK, THEN MAHATHIR WILL BE A TYRANT ONCE AGAIN TO ANWAR BECAUSE OF PREVIOUS DEAL WITH THE FORMER SULTAN OF PERAK AND THE PRESENT SULTAN.

https://blog.steadyaku47.com/home/2019/01/07/malaysian-insight-once-the-dymm-spb-ydp-agong-understood-that-he-had-lost-the-favour-of-the-majority-of-the-sultans-he-had-little-choice-but-to-resign/

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Who stand to gain the most in Sodomy 3?

SOME SAID THE OLD HORSE GOING TO KILL BOTH AT THE SAME TIME. SOME SAID THE COCK SUCKER IS DESPERATE TO SAVE OWN SKIN. SOME SAID THE ASSE...