The postponement of the 1Malaysia NKRA concept will overshadow the public exhibition of the six NKRA initiatives tomorrow

Malaysian Insider reports that the Cabinet has failed to reach a consensus on the National Key Results Area (NKRA) initiatives for 1Malaysia to implement racial unity and national integration proposals, resulting in the postponement of the public preview of the 1Malaysia initiative which has been scheduled for the next two days along with the display of the six other NKRA programmes.

Because of the failure of reach a consensus at the special Cabinet retreat on Sunday, the only element that will be on display will be the general framework of the 1Malaysia concept.

As it is, the Cabinet’s irresolution and indecisive action over the divisive, racist and seditious Biro Tata Negara (BTN) indoctrination course would have overshadowed the public exhibition of the seven NKRA initiatives tomorrow.

The postponement of the 1Malaysia initiative in the public presentation of Najib’s 1Malaysia concept and the other six NKRAs will have the effect of being thunderous in its absence, raising in a most fundamental manner questions of whether Najib’s 1Malaysia concept and slogan really means anything serious or different to the people apart from publicity and propaganda.

The Cabinet’s irresolution and indecision on the divisive, racist and seditious BTN indoctrination programme, which had been poisoning the minds of a whole generation of civil servants, university students and leaders does not inspire confidence that the Cabinet will have the political will to ensure that Najib’s 1Malaysia concept will break with past racist policies and programmes to come out with an inclusive nation-building policy and programme where Malaysia is for all Malaysians regardless of race, religion or region and not just for any one race or group.

  1. #1 by Dap man on Wednesday, 16 December 2009 - 2:43 pm

    This is all a magic show lah!!
    1 Malaysia, as we all know is an illusion.
    Najib is the magician (trying to be David Copperfield).

  2. #2 by son of perpaduan on Wednesday, 16 December 2009 - 2:52 pm

    The hook up between BN and Kerabat DiRaja-raja melayu must be separate in order to save the people of Malaysia, precisely the Malaysian. BN holding the religion card in control of the Kerabat, hence, in order to protect the raja-raja instituition in existence, both rubbing each other shoulder to stay alive, resulting rakyat paying for extravaganza living. Now rakyat suffer, who is going to take care?

  3. #3 by pwcheng on Wednesday, 16 December 2009 - 2:55 pm

    As long as UMNO is in existence anything good for the people will be derailed by the UMNO warlords who merely as “blood suckers” and entrnced themselves by playing the racist card which TDM had proven that it works and which had given him 22 years of uninterrupted reign. The country can go to the dogs, econmmy can go to the drain, education can end up in the sewerage system. All are Ok as long as”I am still in power”. Our failed system is already rearing its ugly head. All the KPI and NKRA are all rhrtorics and UMNO warlords will make sure it will fail. They will not want all these to measure against themselves as it will put them in a fix.

  4. #4 by -ec- on Wednesday, 16 December 2009 - 3:06 pm

    would postpone until next ge, provided bn were able to win the office again. 1malaysia will be the first thing to scrap when pr sits in putrajaya. simply a waste of public funds and caused lost of life.

  5. #5 by Bigjoe on Wednesday, 16 December 2009 - 3:10 pm

    1Malaysia? Who the hell cares for 1Malaysia when Najib is literally robbing the nation to feed UMNO/BN machinery.. The recent annoucement of new taxes including GST, sale of Tenaga shares and other GLCs in the plan, and today Petronas annoucement it will pay SAME dividend despite profit being HALVED..

    I say we need to do a Boston Tea Party..We start with Port Klang Tea Party. Take tanks of Teh Tarik and pour it in front of PKFZ. If that don’t get any changes, we pour it in front of Syabas Office. If that still don’t get it, we pour it in front of PM residence in Putrajaya…

  6. #6 by taiking on Wednesday, 16 December 2009 - 3:30 pm

    “Malaysian Insider reports that the Cabinet has failed to reach a consensus on the National Key Results Area (NKRA) initiatives for 1Malaysia to implement racial unity and national integration proposals …”

    Ask cintanegara to stay home with his rambutan tree. Then I am sure a consensus will immediately present itself to the cabinet. It fact it is there and waiting to be noticed.

  7. #7 by taiking on Wednesday, 16 December 2009 - 3:46 pm

    1malaysia? Oh Najib said it means … Well. Err he said. Hmmmm. Actually he has not said anything. Has he? If pressured he may well say 1malaysia means … well 1Piece as oppose to Many Pieces. But kassim quite clearly said it means ketuanan melayu and cintanegara said it has everthing to do with his rambutan tree and the invisible destructive neighbour he has. And me? Yes 1malaysia to me means wots toyo-the-indon’s is mine and wots mine is toyo-the-indon’s. And Ahmad-the-pendatang may say 1malaysia means all-also-pendatang-one or something like that.

    See my point is the idea of 1malaysia is so vastly differing. Is it possible at all for a consensus to come about on its meaning? Obvious isnt it? So do expect umno the big Bully to suppress the rest into submission.

  8. #8 by k1980 on Wednesday, 16 December 2009 - 4:02 pm

    Jib: “<i/<Heeheehee… the real meaning of 1malaysia is ONE for me and NONE for you…. heehehehehehee

  9. #9 by k1980 on Wednesday, 16 December 2009 - 4:38 pm

    Parti Cinta Malaysia has an office in Perai, Penang and was registered with the Registrar of Societies (ROS) on Aug 6. Local businessman Tang Weng Chew, 38, is the chairman of the party, which is opened to all races in Malaysia. Other key officials include Loo Kien Seang (secretary) and Lim Kim Chu (treasurer).

    Looks like political rejects such as Jeff Kittingan, Huan Ah Guan, ect will be joining it.
    Beware, by joining it, you might get AIDS!

  10. #10 by OrangRojak on Wednesday, 16 December 2009 - 4:52 pm

    Whatever happened to Parti Cinta Malaysia? Oh! This:

    Well, okay – I think this is an inevitable consequence of vacating some political ground. There is movement in Malaysia’s political scene, so I expect this kind of thing to happen. We had the Human Rights Party not so long ago, which seemed like a great idea until they also turned out to be a one-issue racist party. I like the Hornbill Unleashed article, it’s a good read.

    I think that since PR were the parties to look to for principled politics before they were successful, they really ought to find some way of reserving a ‘principled option’. If principles really are incompatible with a more formal coalition, then PR really ought to play a leading role in the formation of a friendly ‘reserve’ team.

    The apparent danger is in principled voters losing hope or interest in politics, or worse yet, doing something inexplicably rash like voting for Gerakan – an apparent BN sock-puppet, but with all the right ‘catch phrases’.

  11. #11 by k1980 on Wednesday, 16 December 2009 - 5:00 pm

    I feel that the new PCM (not to be confused with the banned Parti Communist Malaya) should be be aptly named Parti Katak Malaysia since it comprised disgraced frogs from other political Parties.

    Its President ought to be the limping frog fro Jelapang, who is claiming that the date of her resignation letter from the DAP has been forged.

  12. #12 by monsterball on Wednesday, 16 December 2009 - 6:03 pm

    It is Najib’s cheap stunt to foll young voters.
    As long as there is UMNO..a Malaysian Malaysia is impossible…which he said his “1Malaysia” is the updated version.
    Now he tells Malaysians to learn Mandarin..getting all MCA balls carriers praise him like hell.
    Yip….that’s another good doubt about it.
    Do we need crooks to teach us unity…when they divide us for 54 years?
    UMNO is saying forget 54 years.,and lets start all over again.
    In actual fact..Najib is saying…vote for UMNO…or we are in deep trouble.
    Any one who thinks UMNO and BN politicians are sincere and honest…must get their heads examined.
    Yes….these rouges holds the power to advertise how good..honest and noble they are….controlling newspapers and TVs.
    Internet will do them it did so.. half way….in 12the GE.
    Come 13th GE..People’s Power will finish the unfinished job.

  13. #13 by boh-liao on Wednesday, 16 December 2009 - 7:26 pm

    Got next GE meh?
    No get too excited man, Mayan calendar ends 2012, end of world too 2012
    Umnoputras clever lah, sapu semua n enjoy first b4 everything goes 1 big ka-boom

  14. #14 by boh-liao on Wednesday, 16 December 2009 - 7:44 pm

    Where hv all the MPs gone?
    Not in d parliament 2 participate in important voting; gone 2 ……..
    “In a raid at a foot reflexology centre in Jalan Kepong Prima, polis caught 10 men with their pants down n 15 Chinese nationals allegedly employed illegally as masseuses”
    Pssssssst …., got bogel MPs ah?

  15. #15 by Godfather on Wednesday, 16 December 2009 - 8:39 pm

    Anything that is simple, straight-forward, run-of-the-mill assignment they cannot do. Stealing they don’t have to learn because it is inborn. The only reason why they are fighting amongst themselves in MCA, UMNO and MIC is that they have become too complacent, too lazy to steal, and they all expect the goodies to drop on to their laps. Of course when the goodies drop somewhere else, they start complaining…..

  16. #16 by dawsheng on Wednesday, 16 December 2009 - 9:32 pm

    To be a successful Prime Minister Najib must first answer the allegations surrounding the deaths of foreign and local nationals in this country, just like Anwar had to answer to the charge of sodomy. If Najib never take any actions to clear his name, 1Malaysia will be a very strange Malaysia.

  17. #17 by vsp on Wednesday, 16 December 2009 - 9:40 pm

    The postponement of the 1Malaysia NKRA concept is proof that Najib cannot even meet the standard set within his deadline for public preview. This tardiness in itself has flunked the test of the viability of the exercise.

    Or is it Najib is hoping for a few days more in order to massage and adjust the results of the NKRA in order to repair the tattered performance of his key ministers?

  18. #18 by limkamput on Wednesday, 16 December 2009 - 10:50 pm

    Of course 1Malaysia would be difficult to evaluate and measure. No one is to know what it is. It is meant to be different to different people and in different situation.

    I must say UMNO/BN are good students. They actually learned from PR that although with its diverse and even diametrical policies and agenda, they are able to garner supports from different sections of the population. So why can’t they do the same. They are now smart enough to do a two-way bet. Yes, 1Malaysia to appeal to all moderate Malaysians and BTN and all the extreme racist tendencies to appeal to parochial interests.

    I think Malaysia has no future. The Malays will eventually gravitate toward UMNO or the Malay-based parties within PR depending on who can play the racist/religious card better. The non-Malays will remain subservient either in UMNO dominated BN or PAS/PKR dominated PR. Worse still, they will be relegated to opposition irrespective of whether it is UMNO or PAS/PKR that is in power. I think the Malays will never give up their Ketuanan come what may. It is already too colossal and I don’t think they are going to give up that easily. I may sound too pessimistic, this country will only change when the number of non-Malays has become so insignificant that the Malays actually have to begin to earn their own upkeep.

  19. #19 by ekompute on Thursday, 17 December 2009 - 2:15 am

    “Malaysian Insider reports that the Cabinet has failed to reach a consensus on the National Key Results Area (NKRA) initiatives for 1Malaysia to implement racial unity and national integration proposals, resulting in the postponement of the public preview of the 1Malaysia initiative which has been scheduled for the next two days along with the display of the six other NKRA programmes.”

    What NKRA are we talking about when Najib cannot even sack Ahmad Said Hamdan for such poor performance… bringing MACC to public odium and ridicule, let alone the poor TI Corruption Perception Index rating and the TBH murder. As it is, Najib even have to come out to the papers to say that he did not pressure Ahmad to resign. Isn’t it telling that NKRA is one big bull dropping?

  20. #20 by Godfather on Thursday, 17 December 2009 - 8:57 am


    I beg to differ with your concluding statement. If we can learn a lesson from our neighbours Indonesia and the Philippines, the driving away of the Chinese in these countries actually made the majority race even more complacent and lazy. The men would rather send their womenfolk to work in the fields or as maids overseas, while the men hang around the villages smoking their homemade cigarillos.

  21. #21 by taiking on Thursday, 17 December 2009 - 9:57 am

    Man. He is stuck. Stuck real good. Like a male dog to the female, after mating. He cant have 1malaysia (whatever it may be) and btn at the same time. And he is not willing to let go of either. The fact of the matter is he cant. And unlike the dogs, he is definitely not enjoying it. Not now anyway although for a while he did appear to be in orgasm. “Damned”, he might even be cursing away at the moment. Btn is about creating idiots like kassim and friends who would sing and dance to any of his tune. Yes a million+ of such idiots. What about 1malaysia then? Those lieutenants of his who hatched the 1malaysia idea (whatever it is), quite clearly, must have thought that 26 million malaysians could similarly be turned into idiots. Indoctrination and constant bombardment of their minds with najib-is-god coded messages would sooner or later produce an Ah Chan version of kassim. If 10m ringgit worth of publicity cannot do the work, then 100m would and if 100m cannot then 1b must produce the desired result and on and on – for the end will surely justify the means and the expenses incurred. Simple strategy. But fantastic result. That was their hope. Well it must be. It must be clear to them by now that the strategy is far too simplistic. Simplistic. Yet complicated.

    What do we do now? Before we all turned into idiots, whack the dogs damn it before they become unstuck!

  22. #22 by boh-liao on Thursday, 17 December 2009 - 11:26 am

    How abt d postponed n postponed report of d second TBH post-mortem, done in d presence of Peter n Pornthip?
    Got tip or not? Y so long still not ready 1?

  23. #23 by frankyapp on Friday, 18 December 2009 - 2:44 pm

    Parti cina malaysia,what a joke,it will die a terrible death immdiately after a general election similar to Parti cina sabah.The only one benefited was the founder chaiman who migrated to Australia.

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