How to make 1Malaysia motto a meaningful slogan instead of being the butt of ridicule, derision and contempt

Happy Hari Raya Aidilfiltri to all Muslims in Malaysia.

As the first Hari Raya under new Prime Minister, Datuk Seri Najib Razak, it should be an occasion for Malaysians regardless of faith, race or political beliefs to give real meaning to his 1Malaysia slogan so that it will not be short-lived and the butt of ridicule, derision and contempt like the slogans of previous premiers.

However, Najib’s praise for Utusan Malaysia for being “the voice of the people, especially the Malay community” could not have come at a worse time with a more disastrous consequence, when Utusan Malaysia had been most guilty in fanning racial and religious ill-will and misunderstanding in recent months.

Malaysia’s international competitiveness recently came under a cloud with two adverse global rankings – falling three places from 21st to 24th ranking in the World Economic Forum (WEF)’s Global Competitiveness Report (GCR) 2009-2010 and a drop of two places in the World Bank’s Doing Business 2010: Reforming Through Difficult Times from 21st to 23rd placing.

With institutional efficiency, independence and professionalism a major factor in Malaysia’s fall in international competitiveness rankings, and no signs of meaningful institutional reforms as evident from the prolonged crisis of confidence in key institutions like the judiciary, the police, the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Agency, the Elections Commission and the public service, Malaysia’s future in the global arena is grim.

A meaningful slogan, programme and policy of 1Malaysia is one response – but not when 1Malaysia is mere rhetoric contradicted at every turn of reality that it stands for the very opposite of an united, harmonious and competitive Malaysia.

Some food for thought.

[2009 Hari Raya Message]

  1. #1 by OrangRojak on Saturday, 19 September 2009 - 4:53 pm

    Happy Hari Raya Aidilfiltri to all Malaysians.

    It’s always a pleasure to see people celebrating something meaningful that brings joy to them.

    May we all enjoy increased Gross National Happiness at this time!

  2. #2 by OrangRojak on Saturday, 19 September 2009 - 4:56 pm

    Aidilfitri – apologies, fingers dancing to wrong tune again.

  3. #3 by Onlooker Politics on Saturday, 19 September 2009 - 5:00 pm

    Happy Hari Raya Aidil Fitri!

    To the Muslim Blog readers whom I may have insulted here, I wish to ask for your forgiveness in the name of God.

    Mengingati TEMAN tanda persahabatan.
    Mengingati MATI sumber kekuatan IMAN.
    Mengingati AKHIRAT semulia-mulia INGATAN.
    Dan mengingati TUHAN itulah ketenangan…

  4. #4 by boh-liao on Saturday, 19 September 2009 - 5:33 pm

    NR, who wanted the media to not only report ethically but also responsibly, hailed Utusan Malaysia for its role in representing the interest of the Malays
    This from the guy who frothed at his mouth about 1Malaysia
    LOL, loads of crap

    Where got time to run the country fairly n properly
    When NR is obsessed with capturing Selangor, Penang, and Kedah
    by hook or by crook

    Don’t expect things to get better
    See how MACC officers lied under oath n even in the holy month
    After all the maaf, past sins cleansed
    Can start again to commit more sins with a clean slate
    So sooo convenient

  5. #5 by monsterball on Saturday, 19 September 2009 - 6:31 pm

    Do not ever dream Najib “1 Malaysia” is for all races.
    Enough have been said and proven and by UMNO’s deeds and actions…that the slogan is meaningless from well known liars and hypocrites.
    It is constantly more slogans…promises and actions….to fool voters….to get votes for UMNO.
    It is daily brain washing and propaganda work.
    UMNO is a dangerous political party that want to steal our money and buy up the country.
    Mahathir is the mastermind…and all are greedy for money…falling into his traps.
    All cannot change.
    Foremost of all…Najib…..his favorite adopted son…with strings of doubts of his character and reputation…can never change.
    Therefore…..UMNO will never change… matter what they say or do…sounds good news…sounds wonderful…are trying to lead Malaysians forget the past and look forward.
    More are revealed…now..on the PKFZ RM12.5 billion scandal….proving UMNO knew everything……And all Najib is commenting….how did government secret documents leaked out.
    He does not comment on what were proven in black and white.
    He is after anyone leaking out secret documents…and punish them.
    Such is Najib’s clear character and attitudes…ignoring the gist of all that are written from the documents…classified as “secret document”..each one of them.
    Go read at RPK’s blog…..but then…the said blog is closed.
    That’s how democratic and free we are.
    Wait for more good news….to guide Malaysians minds away from PKFZ matter.

  6. #6 by newchief on Saturday, 19 September 2009 - 6:54 pm

    i totally agree with monsterball especially ‘constantly more slogans…promises and actions….to fool voters….to get votes for UMNO’ .

    its high-time pk to give examples of what monsterball meant to this coming BP election which is part of bn’s stronghold.

    umno is always role-playing. the general will sweet-talk the rakyat while his lieutenants,sergeants and little soldiers will always go rampaging especially in state areas won by pk.

    hopefully, pk can show and convince BP voters to support them as their vote means voting malaysia to become REALLY 1MALAYSIA. good luck,guys.

  7. #7 by a g on Saturday, 19 September 2009 - 7:09 pm

    To all Muslims in Malaysia, S’pore, Indonesia, Brunei, Thailand, well…wherever you are:

    Selamat Hari Raya Aidilfitri !

  8. #8 by taiking on Saturday, 19 September 2009 - 7:14 pm

    Najib’s praise for utusan is a negation of his 1Malaysia mumbo jumbo.

    To all muslims, selamat hari raya and for those who are travelling home, have a safe journey.

  9. #9 by yhsiew on Saturday, 19 September 2009 - 7:23 pm

    PR should come up with a motto to outshine Najib’s 1Malaysia.

  10. #10 by monsterball on Saturday, 19 September 2009 - 7:28 pm

    “1 Malaysia” latest.
    Documents exposed showed Najib and UMNO knew everything about PKFZ RM12.5 billion they approved.
    Najib is more concern….how government secret document got leaked out..and not the contents exposed…and said government have no secrets with Malaysians…and out to find the leaker man.
    Go and analyse the logic.
    Samy Vellu now tell Mahathir not to interfere with the by Bagan Pinang by-election.
    He said Mahathir interferences has caused BN to win in the past.
    Mahathir said Samy is the downfall for BN poor result in 12th GE.
    Old goats are quarreling…with no shame at all.
    Both past leaders are real corrupted and hypocrites…best friends..related by children marriage… loggerheads…to save face and personal benefits.
    One try to rule from the outside…not working…still show how powerful he is.
    That is a nut.
    One still a leader of his party…trying to prove how powerful he is.
    That is a fact to his small band of supporters…….but both are equally shameless nuts.
    UMNO and MIC are at their best…with MCA going to dig their own grave…very soon.

  11. #11 by taiking on Saturday, 19 September 2009 - 8:50 pm

    BTW fellas, about the much talked about lrt extension. Anyone here has any clear or definite idea on the actual route and the location of stations? Are these info official secrets?

  12. #12 by negarawan on Saturday, 19 September 2009 - 9:19 pm

    “1Malaysia” is solely meant for one “ketuanan” race in Malaysia. The real intention of “1Malaysia” is clearly reflected in the UMNO owned media like Utusan Melayu where they only place importance on one particular race. The other “pendatang” races are to receive the crumbs that fall off the table. “1Malaysia” is a big lie by Najib and don’t expect any sincerity from the likes of him and UMNO! I say “1Malaysia” and raise my middle finger.

  13. #13 by monsterball on Saturday, 19 September 2009 - 9:20 pm

    Utusan Malaysia…voice of the people…so said Najib?
    Just look at how his brain works.
    Promote himself as PM for all races… moment….reveal he is the leader for Malays..supporting an established ultra racialist newspaper.
    Next moment tell all….to teach everyone with no race discrimination.
    Now the rat race is on…..with UMNO members.
    “I Malaysia”…”People first. Performance Now”
    What the hell are that…..when Utusan Malaysia represents the voices of UMNO Malays and Najib praise a racialist paper?
    Najib speaks with a twisted tonque…and he is UMNO PM…not elected by the people at all.
    He has no guts to call for snap13th GE…yet saying opposition is so weak now.
    What kind of war general he is?
    All he know is buy submarines….give generous RM500 million commission….and the link of this dead…killed and C4ed…lover and became deadly enemy.

  14. #14 by Jaswant on Saturday, 19 September 2009 - 9:42 pm

    On behalf of all ‘half-baked’ contributors on this blog, I would like to wish “Selamat Hari Raya’ …

  15. #15 by monsterball on Saturday, 19 September 2009 - 10:03 pm

    hahahahahaha….I love reading the minds of those MCA jokers.
    NOW!! man suspended for 4 years….not sacked.
    So 10-10 EGM OKT looses…sex man also cannot take over……but when you are sacked….you can still apply back as membership for consideration.
    Suspension…not sacking…means hanging like Donkey Kong…not activities..for 4 years. After that..can consider.
    Suspension….is like putting him in cold storage…after 13th GE.
    When cunning ideas needed..UMNO and MCA are best.
    Let readers go and judge how cunning MCA can be.
    Can you trust such a political party to be fair to all Malaysians?
    To their own their own party…it’s dog eat dog…cats fight cats…yet claiming to be champion for Malaysian Chinese….hahahahahahaha

  16. #16 by LG on Saturday, 19 September 2009 - 10:12 pm

    Among so many medias, Utusan Malaysia had been most guilty in fanning racial and religious ill-will and misunderstanding in recent months.

    Najib praising Utusan Malaysia for being the voice of the people? Here we see the PM praising a crooked news media. Isn’t the PM crooked too? Thus making his slogan 1Malaysia no longer meaningful but rather a crooked contempt.

  17. #17 by GreenBug on Saturday, 19 September 2009 - 11:07 pm

    On the one hand DPM Mooyidin advised the paper to be more considerate in their reports and here the PM praised Utusan Malaysia as “the voice of the people’? So what 1 Malaysia is he talking about when he praises a paper known for fanning the racial flame?

    Selamat Hari Raya Aidilfitri Maaf Dzahir dan Batin to all Muslim forumers as well as to all Muslims celebrating the first day of Syawal! Peace to all!

  18. #18 by cintanegara on Saturday, 19 September 2009 - 11:38 pm

    If LKS is sincere about wishing the majority Selamat Hari Raya…..he would have done it without bringing political message….communication is worthless. if it is not honest communication…

  19. #19 by monsterball on Sunday, 20 September 2009 - 1:44 am

    Explain what is honest communication,,,,cintanegara.
    I am sure you we will say Najib is totally honest.. correct?
    LKS wishing ALL Muslims “Selamat Hari Raya”….is a way of life….regardless who they support.
    Having said that…..LKS choose to keep on exposing the hypocracies of UMNO race and religion politic is what he was elected to do.
    Did you not notice DAP was riding high on the 12th GE? Are you saying voters are dishonest too?
    Did you vote for UMNO to steal tax payers money……..pretending no knowledge of the PKFZ RM12.4 billion scandal…now exposed with documents to prove they lied…and best show is now suing someone….with no grounds for UMNO to sue…but the side show must go on …to fool Malaysians. That is the most stupid act….by UMNO.. to divert attentions.
    I guess…you prefer LKS to stop exposing during Hari Raya day…and continue two or three days from now??
    Well LKS prefers not to waste tax payers money and work hard non stop.
    I guess you don’t understand hard working people at all.
    You are so used to relax and get paid…doing nothing…seeing someone performing two jobs at a time…is dishonest?
    What idiotic brain you have.

  20. #20 by Jaswant on Sunday, 20 September 2009 - 2:12 am

    My message was meant for limkamput. For some reason the rest of the sentence was lost in cyberspace and replaced by dot, dot, dot.

  21. #21 by monsterball on Sunday, 20 September 2009 - 2:37 am

    May I please be excused by Lim Kit Siang to use his blog to sincerely wish Anwar Ibrahim and his lovely wife and family…a SELAMAT HARI RAYA.
    I cannot get into his blog.
    May Anwar have better health…much patience and tolerance with clear mind to withstand and overcome all the injustices and evil planned for him.
    Whatever will be will be..and mat Anwar be the first PM from PR….to be on and on…until we achieve our dreams to be Malaysians Malaysia.
    May he be protected by all times.
    May he be well and good…to move forwards with progress and achieve his destiny for Malaysians…as the elected PM in the coming 13th GE.
    May he serve the country and people..well.
    May he forever be remembered as one of the few…..sacrificing his life for to free Malaysians and let us live.. as equals.
    May he have long and happy life.
    PS: Thank you Mr. Lim Kit Siang.

  22. #22 by ringthetill on Sunday, 20 September 2009 - 3:28 am

    Today is an important day. I would like to wish all of Muslim friends ‘SEALAMAT HARI RAYA AIDIL FITRI, MAAF ZAHIR BATIN’.
    Discard all discriminations among ourselves and instead renew and foster better understanding and ties among our fellow Malaysians, not just during festive seasons but all times.
    Let our politics be moderate, considered and also tampered with love and caring.
    Please create a better Malaysia to live in and ensure future generations will enjoy being proud to identify themselves as Malaysians.
    We can’t choose our parents, and neither can we choose what race we are born into.
    Gos bless.

  23. #23 by dawsheng on Sunday, 20 September 2009 - 3:45 am

    BN government is wasting our times. Under Najib’s leadership, I guarantee you that Malaysia will only get worst. PR is going to have a hard time when taking over.

  24. #24 by Joshua on Sunday, 20 September 2009 - 5:16 am

    Standard calendar says 1 Syawal is Monday.

    M’sia announced Sunday for Hari Raya Aidilfitri.
    If some people wants to fix it like in some nations, why spend so much money on moon sighting?

    NZ says it is Monday…

    so what is what? The moon is what – unreliable of course??

    Muslims In New Zealand Celebrate Aidilfitri On Monday

    WELLINGTON, Sept 19 (Bernama) — Muslims in New Zealand will celebrate Hari Raya Aidilfitri on Monday, according to the Federation of Islamic Associations of New Zealand (Fianz) on Saturday.

    “The moon has not been sighted. Eid-ul Fitr (Aidilfitri) will therefore, be on Monday, the 21st of September,” it said in its website

    pw: thrusting alstead

  25. #25 by ENDANGERED HORNBILL on Sunday, 20 September 2009 - 5:26 am

    Selamat Hari Raya to all Muslims reading here, including PM Najib, DPM Muhyiddin, Cabinet members and civil servants.

    May the season bring much joy to all.
    May this also be a season of reflection; and in the midst of reunion, restoration of broken relationships, respect for each other and revival of love and family ties.

    And PM Najib, in the spirit of the season, do what an honest, God-fearing Muslim would do for the sake and love of ALL Malaysians.

    And as for Utusan Malaysia, you have strayed too far. It’s time to get back to the straight and narrow but honest road. Be an instrument for good rather than evil, love rather than hate, peace rather than strife.

  26. #26 by monsterball on Sunday, 20 September 2009 - 10:02 am

    Yes…also Selamat Hari Raya to all Muslims in this blog.

  27. #27 by negarawan on Sunday, 20 September 2009 - 10:05 am

    I won’t be surprised that this KPI initiative by Najib will increase the level of corruption among UMNO politicians and ministers. They will use whatever corrupted means to hit their KPI targets. The minister for tourism, Ng Yen Yen, has already set the ball rolling. She has become the subject of rile and ridicule in Indonesia because of the plagiarization of an Indonesian traditional dance in a Visit Malaysia advertisement. Her ministry is responsible for vetting all advertisements and putting the blame to the tv channel producers is a lame excuse. Then she desperately tries to claim rights to so-called local malaysian dishes in another stupid move that has brought ridicule to the country. MCA can no longer produce politicians of high calibre that are respected by the chinese people.

  28. #28 by Jeffrey on Sunday, 20 September 2009 - 11:23 am

    ….How to make 1Malaysia motto a meaningful slogan?…. YB Kit.

    You can’t. First one has to ask “meaningful to who” – to which the answer would be to all Malaysians, which provokes the next question, what is that which Malaysians can agree is meaningful. Answer again is a unity of people and country. So far so good, if one does not ask further again – united under what ideology and political order? Now this one, there is no consensus, which brings us back to square one!

    YB Kit says 1Malaysia is a “butt of ridicule, derision and contempt” because of “Najib’s praise for Utusan Malaysia for being “the voice of the people, especially the Malay community”. This is because, to Kit, 1 Malaysia means promoting equality regardless of race and religion. However when did Najib ever confirm that 1 Malaysia means that? If Najib did, wouldn’t 1 Malaysia would be plagiarism of DAP’s slogan “Malaysian Malaysia” of unity based on equality for all? [Well if Non Malays yearning for equality, want to believe so, its’ fine as far as he is concerned, they can give the votes to BN (MCA/MIC)]. To those of Malays supporting Ketuanan, 1 Malaysia also means unity of Malaysians under special position of the Malays, the Malay language and Islam – and affirmative NEP policies albeit to be fine tuned to be make their implementation more effective. After all aren’t these what the Federal constitution sanctions which is promoted by Utusan Melayu praised for this reason? So in that sense Najib’s praise for Utusan Malaysia for being “the voice of the people, especially the Malay community” is also not inconsistent with 1 Malaysia! Why 1 Malaysia is so nebulous a concept eluding precise definition that it can also canvass and compete for votes from PAS’s vote bank to mean a one united Malaysia under the Official Religion of Islam, and also the vote bank of PKR of one united Malaysia providing for social justice (since NEP implementation will be fine tuned by selective liberalisation etc); and to East Malaysians who are “one” with Peninsular Malaysians and so on.

    1 Malaysia is a political slogan. The framers of this slogan for BN intended it to provide outlets for the expression of personal grievance and aspiration of as many Malaysians as possible to win back the votes lost to the Opposition in political tsunami of 308! As Malaysians are not coalesced together by shared norms and values – in fact the opposite is more true, thanks to 50 years of communal politicking – the first imperative of this slogan is, as a rhetoric/mantra, to cater for and appeal to as many segments of the populace as possible. So if different groups of people aspire different and often diametrically opposed things, the slogan must mean different things to different people and satisfy all even though chances are that it will prove dissatisfying to all….(Even Anwar says different things to different audiences: what’s the difference? That’s politics in Malaysia!).

    As a slogan must be pointed in its message to facilitate easy remembrance at conscious as well as sublimal level, this one (1 Malaysia) was deliberately crafted in a pithy way to appeal (at superficial level) to something all can agree on – unity – which camouflages and pushes into the background without further elaboration what everyone cannot agree on – united under what ideology and political order. This is in order that they could interpret according to their hopes and aspirations in amelioration of their grievances! At the end of the day, such a political slogan is liekly to create more schisms than heal divisions when people aspiring different goals will interpret it to push for their diverse and often conflicting agendas.

  29. #29 by boh-liao on Sunday, 20 September 2009 - 11:28 am

    1Malaysia, 1Malaysia
    Trumpeted NR as if something new n original
    Truly rubbish
    When Malaya gained independence in 1957
    We had Malayan Malaya
    People of all races mixed up and makan together
    In the 1960s and early 1970s, ditto
    Then gradually from mid 1970s, thanks to Umno n BN, discrimination crept in
    Umnoputras became king makers n big time political and moral corrupt practitioners
    They divided n ruled, segregated, discriminated, suppressed
    Championed ketuanan Melayu
    The original truly 1Malaysia way of life gone, destroyed by Umnoputras
    Instead of getting better, we got worse n worse
    Umno Youth, once led by NR, wanted blood of fellow nonMalay Malaysians
    NR’s keris-cow cousin too frothed at his mouth blood, blood ‘on my keris’
    Now, still praising the Umno-owned ultra-racist Utusan Malaysia as the mouthpiece of Umno Malays
    NR wanted to con the rakyat with his 1Malaysia
    OMG, LOL, NR thinks he can still continue to fool the rakyat
    just like the C4 kaboom
    Does NR believe that Altantuya Shaariibuu, Teoh Beng Hock, and many others who died tragically would wish him Selamat HRA?

  30. #30 by limkamput on Sunday, 20 September 2009 - 11:37 am

    Normal fair assumption: Of course when Sdr Lim said about Naj!b’s 1Malaysia, it is about the philosophy as understood by DAP’s Malaysians First (yes there was such a term before 1Malaysia, ask Guan Eng) or Malaysians Malaysia (ask Lee Kuan Yew).

  31. #31 by boh-liao on Sunday, 20 September 2009 - 11:50 am

    We have in place a wonderful strength
    Multiculturual, multiracial, multilinguistic, and multicuisine environment
    A multilinguistic skill, esp ability to master the Malay, English, Chinese, and Tamil languages, is such a demanding asset in this globalised world
    Did the Umno-controlled BN gomen capitalise on this wonderful strength of ours?
    No, of cos, n instead it continues to destroy our strength
    All because of Malay ego and no confidence, plus phobia of nonMalay Malaysians, constantly referred to as pendatang by Umnoputras

  32. #32 by boh-liao on Sunday, 20 September 2009 - 12:13 pm

    This is truly 1Malaysia spirit, no dream, plain real:

    On Friday afternoons, the people coming to pray at this building take off their shoes, unfurl rugs to kneel on and pray in Arabic. The ones that come Friday evenings put on yarmulkes, light candles and pray in Hebrew.

    The building is a synagogue on a tree-lined street in suburban Virginia, but for the past few weeks — during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan — it has also been doubling daily as a mosque.

    “You really only get to know someone when you invite them into your home … you learn to recognize their faces. You learn the names of their children,” Nosanchuk said.

    Now, mosque members sometimes greet the rabbi with the Hebrew greeting “Shalom”; he’ll answer back with the Arabic equivalent, “Salaam.”

    No cow head, pig head, chicken head, or ….. head
    Got it, Hishap.moo.dim

    And in Shah Alam, not talking about sharing the place of faith
    Just a proposal to build another place of faith in a residential area
    Some Muslims (many Umnoputra) alredi behaved like BSE or vCJD victims
    And Hishap.moo.dim jumped to their defence
    This is the kind of 1Malaysia he supported
    Got spongiform brain ah

  33. #33 by sheriff singh on Sunday, 20 September 2009 - 1:46 pm

    1 Malaysia. In the footsteps of 1Utama, 1Bangsar, 1Sentul, 1World, 1Borneo, 1KL, 1PBS, 1something or another. Its becoming so common and uninspiring, cheap even.

    But what is the meaning of 1?


  34. #34 by Jeffrey on Sunday, 20 September 2009 - 3:47 pm

    Political consultants nowadays look at politics like business/commerce/sales marketing a product (political platform) and persuading voters (like consumers) to choose (amongst political competitors) political products payable by votes as a metaphor for money in commercial context.

    So naturally advertising principles are applied : a political slogan delivering message is like its advertising counterpart saying something about the product.

    1Utama, 1Bangsar, 1Sentul, 1World, 1Borneo, 1KL, 1PBS, 1something or another or 1 Malaysia is “branding” and capitalising/leveraging on popularity of “1”, already in sublimal conciousness of the political consumers, whatever that may mean.

    bgive their metitiors be

  35. #35 by sheriff singh on Sunday, 20 September 2009 - 8:08 pm

    Cheeeeeep brand. Want a Lolex watch?

  36. #36 by monsterball on Monday, 21 September 2009 - 12:10 am

    “People First…Performance Now”….out came documents proving UMNO approved the RM12.5 billion … the PKFZ scandal…and Najib “People First” how to protect the people in UMNO… ignoring what Malaysians are eagerly waiting for his comments……on those documents…thinking …”People First”….meant….he was thinking about Malaysians.
    “Perfomance Now”….Najib…out to catch crook …revealing UMNO secrets.
    Najib is such a low class cunning match to his master…who can con…juggle…play with people’s minds… give plenty of sweets to UMNO crooks…and..all UMNO crooks fell to his traps…making him a dictator and rule for 22 years.
    Now…”REFORMASI” by Anwar….is working.
    Anwar…is now…main target for UMNO to get rid of.
    “I Malaysia” is just a slogan…no meaning by racialist leader. UMNO politics is most dirty…and Najib is trying hard to fool Malaysians.

  37. #37 by Loh on Monday, 21 September 2009 - 8:27 am

    1Malaysia 2prices. Maybe the government should begin with 1price for all.

  38. #38 by veddy.lum74 on Monday, 21 September 2009 - 9:56 am

    UMNO is damn retarded(purposely) for every issue concerning benefits for mmalaysians!

    donkey years ago,DAP had sang a song asking SAMY to step down bcos of his dictatorship,now only Mamathir n Najis are considering it!Similarly,DAP had revealed PKFZ scandals couple of years ago,the so called ‘CABINET’ (azmi was there too)insisted the mega-public-loan to proceed,n now thy said thy will leave ‘no stones’ unturned,we know damn well that thy are actually trying to cover the mother of all scandals but thy have forgotten that now we are not at stoneage,we are at extremed-ITage,thanks to ppl like RPK,the public need more info of BN evil deeds,so that at the next election,even PR (like Mamathir said before how advantages was on BN’s side)put a stone thr,thy are winning!

  39. #39 by monsterball on Monday, 21 September 2009 - 1:10 pm

    We now know…PKFZ RM12.5 billion is a fact……and not a scandal….planned by UMNO to ripped of tax payers money with the help of MCA.
    Both benefited…party..personal and few chosen friends.
    Yes…this is the biggest rip off of all…in the history of our Independence…and Lim Kit Siang told to us….many years ago…and Malaysians are no more fools.
    We kept quiet and voted for change.
    Najib had to show he supports telling all truths to the people..especially on the PKFZ …he wants all truths out..wants no corruptions…so he said.
    Now proven UMNO is the mastermind…he is after the person taking out secret documents…and not one word on the contents….published in Malaysia-Today blog.
    This is the biggest ripped off…no more scandal…RM12.5 billion tax payers money.
    What is “1Malaysia” PM doing?
    Try to save UMNO and himself.
    Vote for change of government….and let rule of laws take it’s natural courses.
    First…a Malaysian Malaysia must be tabled free everyone….be truly united forever,
    That will kill UMNO …MCA…MIC parties forever too.

  40. #40 by undertaker888 on Monday, 21 September 2009 - 6:28 pm

    we need to get prepared for the worst if PR won the next election. The govt may incite another may 13 to stay in power by declaring an emergency and fills kamunting to the brim. They have nothing to lose if things are not going their way. Imagine how many ministers will go to jail for corruption if PR came into power. When cornered people are most dangerous.

    Then again I may be a bit paranoid. But anything can happen in bolehland. Moo-head-din is an example.

  41. #41 by undertaker888 on Monday, 21 September 2009 - 7:21 pm

    1 Malaysia.1Utama, 1Bangsar, 1Sentul, 1World, 1Borneo, 1KL, 1PBS,

    …….. 1Billion F1


  42. #42 by Bigjoe on Monday, 21 September 2009 - 7:45 pm

    What exactly is Najib’s message when he releases terrorist suspect under ISA and THEN tell the Malaysian general public to ‘cast aside suspicion’ especially given that most of the public, with good reason, trust him???

    It reeks of a man who has no idea what he is doing. The premiership is a job to him, a prize maybe, an opportunity, even his right, BUT its not a responsibility to him, not a duty, not a sacred task, not a calling of high ideals.

    He may have all sort of plans and think he understands the dynamics of power better than others BUT that does not means he knows what has to be done for the people, the country, even his own race and party. Its a position that he can hide from being definitive, being clear with where he is leading us. Its not politics he is playing its irresponsibility he is playing.

    At the core of what Najib is emotionally a brat. Like all brat, they avoid the hardest responsibilities and deny responsibilities. They refuse to go away and hold to whatever they can until someone takes it or everything away. Like helpless parents, the rakyat who gave birth to this and other brats have to watch until they find the opportunity to basically throw them out of the house…

  43. #43 by sheriff singh on Monday, 21 September 2009 - 11:42 pm

    When the “1” is being used just about for anything and everything, you know its value will be dropping fast like a rock. It has got not much more meaning or value. It has been cheapened.

    Maybe the next slogan will be “Buy 1, get 1 free!!”

  44. #44 by ctm999 on Monday, 28 September 2009 - 10:15 pm

    Does anyone know what 1Malaysia is all about? Is there a short essay or similar forms of writings that explain the objectives and the means of achieving it? Is it really just a slogan and nothing but an empty slogan?

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