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Latest trend in Malaysia

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NAJIB HAS PROMOTED THE SLAP TREND.
DO SLAP EVERYONE YOU DISLIKE.
I AM JUST WAITING TO SLAP NAJIB, IGP KHALID, AG WITHOUT A NAME, SALLEH THE CRUDE MOUTH PIECE, SPEAKER ETC.
SO MANY TO SLAP.
I MUST NOW TRAIN MY PALM MUSCLE  TO SLAP ROSMAH AND SHAHRIZAT IF EVER GIVEN THE CHANCE.

Yes Don't Knock your own country JUST KILL IT

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Don’t ‘knock’ your own country, Najib tells Malaysians  | May 26, 2017 The prime minister says Malaysians should work together to make the nation stronger and even greater in the future.KUALA LUMPUR: Prime Minister Najib Razak today reminded Malaysians that they should fight for the country and never ever knock it down. He said as Malaysians, everyone should also work together to make the nation stronger and even greater in the future. “This is our country, we are born here. We are true Malaysians, we will fight for Malaysia. “We should never ever knock Malaysia, because we have a chance to make it even stronger and even better in future,” he said when launching the National Transformation 2050 (TN50) logo and the second phase of the TN50 Dialogue here. Also present were Youth and Sports Minister Khairy Jamaluddin Abu Bakar and Chief Secretary to the Government Ali Hamsa. Najib said with Malaysia’s economy now standing at RM1.3 trillion, he envisioned that it would increase to…

Over dose on Anwar

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These are the 3 (three) candidates suitable to be PM, if the opposition wins.
Anwar for PM? PKR should think again May 23, 2017 Free Malaysia Today The promise of making imprisoned former opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim the next PM is not a matter that is within PKR's power to realise.By Azhar “Art” Harun The fact that PKR wants Anwar Ibrahim, and only Anwar to be the prime minister is well known. A recent event further confirmed this. Even Wan Azizah Wan Ismail readily conceded during an interview that she is just a “seat warmer.” Anwar is however in jail. He can’t be nominated as a candidate in the next general election. That means he will not be a Member of Parliament (MP) after the 14th General Election. When he is out of prison, he is further barred from running for any seat in an election. Only an MP can become a PM. Even if he was appointed as a senator, he still cannot be the PM. The Federal Constitution says the PM must come from the lower house or the Dewan Rakyat. The …

Where did Jeanne Abdullah get US$100 million?

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At an inaugural lecture held in honour of former premier Abdullah Ahmad Badawi, prime minister Najib Abdul Razak today credited his predecessor for unwavering loyalty to Umno and Barisan Nasional.
Najib during his speech at the event hosted by Pertubuhan Legasi Tun Abdullah Ahmad Badawi in Putrajaya, also took a subtle jab at those he said have betrayed Umno and the country. "I would like to honour his loyalty all this while, no matter what happened, he continued to give full support and stood beside me, the government, Umno and BN. "Not even once did he think of doing any actions to betray the party and the country, or go as far as leaving the party," he said, without mentioning any names... *************************************************************************************** CAN PAK LAH EXPLAIN HOW JEANNE ABDULLAH GOT HER US$100 MILLION THAT IS KEPT OVERSEA? ROSMAH TREATED JEANNE LIKE A FILIPINO MAID WHEN ENDON WAS ALIVE.  WAS THE MONEY GIVEN TO JEANNE AS A COMPENSATI…

What about this?

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While Parliament is a place for serious business, sexist and derogatory remarks have often been used by lawmakers during heated debates. Photo: Malay Mail Online


KUALA LUMPUR — Many were shocked earlier this week by an Umno MP’s controversial remarks on rapists marrying their victims, but lawmakers in Parliament in Malaysia have long been making remarks that range from insensitive and tactless to crude and downright bizarre. While Parliament is a place for serious business where elected representatives deliberate on new laws, sexist and derogatory remarks have often been used by lawmakers during heated debates. Here is a list of selected occasions when Malaysian MPs made remarks that provoked outrage and raised eyebrows among Malaysians: 2007 May 9 Umno’s Kinabatangan MP Bung Mokhtar Radin infamously alluded to a woman’s menstrual cycle when commenting on a leaky ceiling in Parliament, using “bocor” or leak to describe the monthly periods. “Where is the leak? Batu Gajah MP also leaks every m…

Malaysia Oil Slick

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http://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/nation/2017/05/12/can-we-dissolve-parliament-tomorrow-yes-say-umno-members/
IT IS SO OBVIOUS PAS TOP GUNS ARE HAVING HEAVY POCKETS.

ALLAH HAS GIVEN SIGN FROM ABOVE DAILY, BUT PAS CHOOSE TO BE PART OF 1MDB.

SO THIS CONFIRM HADI'S SON WILL BE GIVEN A MINISTER POST.

CAN PAK LAH EXPLAIN HOW HIS PRESENT WIFE GOT US$100 MILLION HIDDEN OVERSEAS?

I AM SURE MACC IS NOT INTERESTED TO INVESTIGATE.

Wife got kidnapped

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