Sunday, June 26, 2016

Disaat UMNO diharamkan pada April 1987



This is why I think Anina Saadudin is one of the least brightest PakaTun and that she has little clue of what is happening politically.

Today she wrote that Najib is Mahafiraun, completely missing the point that the “Maha” was commonly used as a play on the Mahathir name — Maha meaning biggest (hence Mahaguru; or even Mahafiraun, Mahazalim, etc.).

And worse! She proudly claimed that Mahathir, while Umno president, had “allowed himself to be challenged through internal party elections” referring to Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah’s challenge in 1987.

The truth is this. In the 1987 UMNO elections, Kuli and gang challenged Mahathir for the president post and lost by a very narrow 46 votes.

Thus a bunch of UMNO people collectively known as the “UMNO 11” challenged the results and said there was phantom branches and voters.

The UMNO 11 people were able to prove that these branches and delegates were illegal and wanted to declare the results invalid and to call for fresh elections.

But instead of challenging, Mahathir’s lawyers used the kamikaze defence to tell the judge that if there was indeed phantom branches then the entire UMNO should be ruled as an illegal party and must be deregistered — which is exactly what the Judge ruled.

The UMNO 11 and their lawyers were utterly shocked and said in court that this was a “kamikaze defence” — which was what was reported in the local newspapers then.

And when the UMNO 11 tried to appeal that judge ruling to declare UMNO illegal, Mahathir then engineered the sacking of the Supreme Court lord president and all the other judges — hence forever destroying the independence of our judiciary on the excuse that the late Agong then was unhappy that the Lord President complained that the Agong’s palace was noisy (I kid you not!).

It was Mahathir that wanted UMNO to be deregistered as they could not fight the “phantom branches” claim and afraid of fresh elections knowing they will lose. The UMNO 11 never wanted UMNO to be deregistered and only wanted fresh elections.

After this, Mahathir happily allowed the UMNO to be deregistered, very quickly registered a new party (ROS was under the Home Ministry and he was Home Minister), made himself member number 001, disallowed the Ku Lu to join and happily continued as PM.

Eventually, Mahathir would call UMNO party as “my party” – as what Barry Wain wrote in his book (see picture below).

In fact, this devious incident engineered by Mahathir himself was used by him in his recent interview with Al-Jazeera to proudly and very shamelessly claim that the courts have also ruled against him before

And in his UMNO Baru, to prevent anyone else from being able to challenge him, he implemented insane rules of “bonus votes” and quota system (and even “no contest for number one and two”) that made it impossible for anyone to get enough nominations to challenge him as party president — hence he was never challenged again.

Such shameless people this Anina and Mahathir are trying to manipulate the 1987 episode of shame to their advantage.


Tuesday, June 21, 2016

Mangkaq! Pandu kereta di lorong motosikal Jambatan Kedua Pulau Pinang sejauh 20km!

MPV driver clocks up 20km on bridge’s motorcycle lane

GEORGE TOWN: The driver of a Honda Stream drove more than 20km from Batu Maung on the island to Batu Kawan on the mainland using the dedicated motorcycle lane on the Sultan Abdul Halim Mu’adzam Shah Bridge.

This is believed to be the second incident in less than a year.

Jambatan Kedua Sdn Bhd corporate communications manager Azizi Azizan said the incident happened at about 7.20pm on Saturday.

“The driver drove all the way from Batu Maung to the interchange exit, before the Bandar Cassia toll plaza.

“The mainland-bound motorcycle lane is wide enough for cars because it also functions as an emergency lane,” he said yesterday.

Azizi was not sure if the driver had mistakenly entered the motorcycle lane.

A photo of the car appeared on the Penang Kini Facebook page, drawing comments from hundreds of people.

“We have signboards informing road users of the motorcycle lane,” he said.

He said cars would not be able to enter the island-bound motorcycle lane because of the toll plaza.

Azizi added that the first incident happened at the end of last year.

“In the first incident, the driver of a car drove on the motorcycle lane for about one kilometre before reversing his car to the right lane,” he said.

Azizi would bring the matter up to the management today to discuss a solution.

He advised road users to be alert by observing signboards and to use the correct lane.

Penang traffic police chief Deputy Supt Tan Boon Hooi said he would check on the matter.

Friday, June 10, 2016


Rasanya, mungkin dah tiba masa untuk aku berhijrah. Untuk terus berdaya saing dan memenuhi keperluan serta kehendak seharian harus terus berani menongkah arus. Duduk di tempat yang terlalu selesa akan buat diri kita leka. Wallahualam.