Saturday 28 April 2018

Najib Razak. No Tears Left To Cry

Is the smash hit, by Ariana Grande, which has shot from nowhere to the number two spot on the UK Top 40 charts.

We all know, that Najib Razak, had visited a Chinese school recently. Here is an account from a 17 year old child of that experience.

Reading, gives one a feeling that there is no tears left to cry for Najib Razak. has the sorry story :
A 17-year-old student from a private secondary Chinese school in Kuala Lumpur recently published a Facebook post on caretaker Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak's visit to his school

In the Facebook post which has since been removed, the student described the events leading up to Najib's arrival at his school, as well as his feelings about the caretaker Prime Minister's speech.

Previously, New Straits Times (NST) reported that Najib was speaking at the school's campus redevelopment opening ceremony on 23 April.

The student's lengthy post mainly lamented the politicisation of the opening ceremony, and the allegedly "staged" elements of the event

"We're in Form Five, we didn't have to attend the ceremony," the post began, before claiming that all Form Five students were asked to be present at the event in a last minute notice. 

"Students were also being directed to fill up empty spaces in the hall. It was an event for parents, and the school has 4,600 students. Our presence was unnecessary, but we all know why," he added, while criticising the school's decision to invite "a man who did not contribute to the redevelopment project at all" to the ceremony.

The student also alleged that the school's discipline teacher instructed them to only clap their hands during the event, and not make any "funny sounds". 

"I was about to fall asleep during PM's speech before I heard him saying the words 'Barisan Nasional', that's when I began paying full attention," the student wrote.

"The impressive, vibrant stage of the school instantly became a political boxing ring," he added. 

According to the student, Najib did not have to use the term "cutthroat strategy" in his comments about the Democratic Action Party (DAP). It is believed that the same issue mentioned was reported by NST.

"We are here to enjoy the fruits of our redeveloped campus, not to be forced to listen to you talking about politics," he wrote.

The student ended his essay claiming that 2018 will be the darkest chapter of the school's 110 years of history

"What did we get from this? Media reports did not focus on the opening ceremony of our new campus at all," he wrote. 

"This year will be the darkest chapter in the school's history," the student added.

Nonetheless, he encouraged his peers to not give up after the ceremony, as there is still hope in the future. 

The post has since been heavily circulated by netizens, who mostly praised the 17-year-old for his bravery to speak up

"So well-written. A student who's brave enough to speak up on behalf of the people and the country deserves to be praised," one netizen wrote.

"Hopefully he doesn't face any consequences. The country's future leaders should be given a fair platform," another netizen wrote.

However, other netizens expressed concern over his wellbeing since the Facebook post was taken down

"My heart aches for this boy, hope nothing happens to him," one netizen wrote.

The concern came after China Press reported that the student's profile picture on Facebook was changed to a black background, in addition to the removal of the post.

Another netizen is also worried that the student might be expelled for his Facebook post.

"Do you think the boy is able to handle the stress on him from his school, politics, media, and the Internet?" one netizen questioned.

"I really hope that the Opposition leaders will pay attention to this matter, and make sure the boy graduates without any problems," he added.

China Press reported that it has reached out to the principal of the private secondary Chinese school for comments but she has yet to respond.

Although the original post has been taken down, you can still read the full text of his thoughts here:

Friday 27 April 2018

Wahid Omar. Cheerleader

Is the smash hit by OMI featuring superstar DJ Felix Jeahn.

Wahid Omar, says he is a cheerleader. He wrote in the business insider, about the Malaysia he knows.

There is nothing wrong with any of the statistical facts dished out by Wahid Omar. They are all, absolutely correct .

Unfortunately though, Wahid Omar fails to mention a single word about the Malaysia the world knows. One clouded by pink diamonds, a leadership that refuse to issue a warrant of ARREST against Jho Low, that says no crime was committed at 1MDB.

Salute Wahid Omar, for his well strung piece in the business insider.  Someday, history shall judge, When the time came, where did this courages man leave his pants.

Read Wahid Omar's cheerleader story here :
Chartered accountant and former one-term minister Abdul Wahid Omar says Malaysia is now on the cusp of joining the ranks of fully developed nations.Permodalan Nasional Berhad

I was born as the ninth child in a family of eleven siblings in 1964 and grew up in Kampung Tarom, a small village in the southern Malaysian state of Johor. Like many Malays of my time, we were poor. After all, 49.3% of Malaysian households in 1970 were living in poverty.

Needless to say, English was not my lingua franca in those days. During my primary school examinations, I scored 4As and 1C — no prizes for guessing what the ‘C’ was.

But I was granted the opportunity to enrol in a government run MARA Junior Science College, and from there managed to improve my language skills. My government then, and even now, believes that providing good education is key to elevating people out of poverty. My heart was set on becoming an accountant, to a point where I was able to study accountancy in the UK under a scholarship from MARA, the agency set up to help the underprivileged Bumiputera community.

And now, here I am, having risen to a position where my opinions may be received by an international readership keen to hear from the ground what the ‘real’ Malaysia might be like, beyond the headlines.

Unless you live in this country, I think you will be largely unable to grasp the many complexities that come with managing a relatively small diversified nation of people that has always punched above its weight, and further nuanced by differing economic and social pressures.


Malaysia is now on the cusp of joining the ranks of fully developed nations, transforming into a high-income economy as per the World Bank’s definition.

Allow me to share some simple facts:

1. The World Bank points out that since gaining independence, Malaysia has successfully diversified her economy from an essentially agriculture and commodity-based one to one that now hosts robust manufacturing and services sectors, making us one of the world’s leading exporters of electrical appliances, electronic parts and components.

2. Government policies have helped turn Malaysia into one of the most open economies in the world, with a-trade-to-GDP ratio averaging over 140% since 2010.

3. Our openness to trade and investment has been instrumental in creating employment and spurring income growth; 40% of our jobs linked to export activities.

4. Since the Asian financial crisis of 1997-1998, Malaysia’s economy has been on an upward trajectory, averaging growth of 5.4% since 2010.

5. This year, the central bank, Bank Negara Malaysia, has raised its growth forecast for 2018 to 5.5-6.0 percent, one of the fastest growth in the region, thanks to the resilience and diversity of our economy, buttressed by vibrant domestic consumption and business investment.

And now with less than 1% of Malaysian households living in extreme poverty, my government’s focus has shifted toward addressing the well-being of the bottom 40% of the population.

It is a band which my family and I once belonged to and is for me personally a hugely important policy development in terms of narrowing the wealth gap and ensuring that Malaysians of all walks of life succeed and prosper together.


I was 37 when I was asked to head UEM-Renong Group, at the time Malaysia’s largest infrastructure company, with 11 publicly traded companies in its stable.

Many of my peers were also accorded leadership positions in large government linked companies when they were in their 30s and early 40s. They were not from rich and well-connected families. They were given equitable opportunity and recognised for their abilities.

This trust in our talent and diversity has helped make Malaysia what it is today.

Yet because of the opportunities my country has given me, I am but one of millions of Malaysians, who through sheer hard work, grit and hunger, have helped pushed Malaysia into a position where we are today comfortably inside the global Top 30 in terms of GDP measured by Purchasing Power Parity based on World Bank’s World Development Indicators 2016 database.

Malaysia is certainly not perfect and there are many areas for improvement. But having seen my Malaysia through the eyes of a once poor village boy who made it to the corporate world, I will say this: business thrives on a stable foundation and a proven track record of economic governance.

In the 61 years it has helmed Malaysia, my government has brought development, prosperity and peace to the people of a still-young nation.

And lest the world forgets, Malaysia is still growing, and fast. We are still climbing, and fast.

I would like to end by saying this:


I am an unabashed and unapologetic cheerleader of the social and economic upliftment policies implemented by the Government.

Sunday 15 April 2018

Malaysia. Only God Knows Why

Is the indie rock hit from Kid Rock, taken from the album devil without a cause.

Najib Razak, today said that Malaysia is the only country, in the world whoes GDP has been revised upwards four times over the past 16 months, by the World Bank.

Only God Knows Why, the citizens of this country say that they are suffering. Could it be due to GST, or IMDB, or the complete lack of faith in Najib. Hisshamudin Hussein for PRIME MINISTER.

NST has the below :
Malaysia only country with four times upward revision forecast by World Bank

APRIL 15, 2018 @ 1:13PM 

PEKAN: The country can look forward to a brighter economy with the World Bank revising upwards the country’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) four times over the last 16 months.

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak said Malaysia is the only country where the World Bank has revised (the forecast) upwards four times within one year and four months.

“This proves that the Barisan Nasional (BN) government is managing the country’s economy well towards becoming an advanced high-income nation.

Saturday 7 April 2018

Rizalman Mokthar. Its A Sin

Is the smash hit from the Pet Shop Boys.

The Star today reported that Rizalman Mokthar is innocent of the drug charge sheet. Read below :

Rizalman grateful to be vindicated, asks for attacks to stop


Saturday, 7 Apr 2018

2:32 PM MYT

By Farik Zolkepli

KUALA LUMPUR: Datuk Rizalman Mokhtar (pic) is relieved that his urine was tested negative for drugs by the Kuala Lumpur Hospital's Pathology unit.

The Bandar Tun Razak Umno division chief said there was no further action required and the case is considered closed.

"I hope all parties will stop spreading lies about me or personally attacking me on social media," he said when contacted on Saturday (April 7).

So now that Rizalman Mokthar has been declared innocent, will this Datuk get to stand in Bandar Tun Razak as the Barisan Nasional candidate in the upcoming election?

HELL no, because It's A SIN to drink coffee at a NIGHT CLUB @ 2 AM😂

Wednesday 4 April 2018

Rizalman Mokthar .Apo Nak Dikato

Is the evergreen by Malaysia's very own Blues Gang.
Apo Nak Dikato? Rizalman Mokthar, the UMNO guy, sitting in a nightclub, which is known to serve alcoholic drinks.

Rizalman' was also tested positive for meth/syabu/kaca.

Rizalman' said he was set up. He may well have been, but it's better if he don't stand as a BN candidate, because guilty or innocent, the damage already done.

Here is what, Rizalman, had to Kato, according to the STAR:

KUALA LUMPUR: Bandar Tun Razak Umno division chief Datuk Rizalman Mokhtar has admitted he was the Umno leader who was arrested after allegedly testing positive for drugs during a raid on a karaoke centre on Monday (April 2).

He however maintained his innocence, saying that he is not involved in drugs.

“If the reports saying that I am positive are right, I am sure it is a setup to tarnish my good name,” he said during a packed press conference at the Bandar Tun Razak Umno division headquarters on Wednesday (April 4).

His family, including his wife and children, and Barisan Nasional supporters from Bandar Tun Razak were also present to show their support.