Mahathir has come full circle – from an ultra back again to an ultra repudiating Bangsa Malaysia and Vision 2020

Two events held almost simultaneously today highlighted the two facets in the battle for the hearts and minds of Malaysians – the launching of neo-NEP Perkasa by Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohamad at PWTC and the launching of Datuk Zaid Ibrahim’s book “I, too, am a Malay” (Chinese edition) by Dr. Chen Man Hin in Subang Jaya.

Almost at the same time that the former Prime Minister was awarded the Bintang Perkasa Pribumi Negara after launching Perkasa, Dr. Chen formally launched Zaid book.

What a sharp contrast in the imageries evoked in the two events – the launching of Zaid’s book invoking an inclusive and all-embracing hopes of all Malaysians for a progressive, prosperous common future regardless of race, religion or region with the launching of Perkasa anchored in a hankering for the past, oblivious of 52-years of nation-building, even dismissive of Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak’s 1Malaysia concept, all to allow Umno-putras to perpetuate the abuses of NEP by exploiting the name of bumiputras.

As the press have contacted me for my reactions to the Perkasa launch and its inflammatory speeches, this is my preliminary response until I have full access to the speeches concerned.

From the incendiary speech of the Perkasa President, Datuk Ibrahim Ali, it is clear that Perkasa is built on stilts of lies.

It is a lie that DAP and the Malaysian Malaysia slogan were among the main factors that caused the May 13 riots.

Has Ibrahim Ali taken 41 years after the 1969 tragedy to make this “discovery”.

If DAP and Malaysian Malaysia were the causes of May 13 in 1969, DAP would have been banned long ago and DAP leaders would have languished in jail and unable to participate in Malaysian electoral politics in the past nine general elections.

Or is Ibrahim suggesting that the Special Branch and the past five Prime Ministers had been remiss in their national duties in failing to take action against DAP, which he alleged as a threat to national security and perpetrator of May 13 riots?

It is a lie that the DAP is against the Malays, Islam and wants to do away with the Malay Rulers.

In the seventies, Ibrahim frantically sought my help as Parliamentary Opposition Leader when he was trying to escape detention under the Internal Security Act for his activities as a student leader.

Why sought my help if DAP leaders were so anti-national and disloyal as he now wants to depict?

Ibrahim Ali is not important. What concerns me more is the patronage given to the neo-NEP Perkasa by Mahathir.

Mahathir has come full circle, from an ultra back again to an ultra – repudiating Bangsa Malaysia and Vision 2020 which he enunciated in 1991.

This is the greatest tragedy.

  1. #1 by bennylohstocks on Saturday, 27 March 2010 - 6:19 pm

  2. #2 by jus legitimum on Saturday, 27 March 2010 - 6:32 pm

    These two racists are devils and they are all out to destroy Malaysia.They should be condemned.

  3. #3 by bennylohstocks on Saturday, 27 March 2010 - 6:32 pm

  4. #4 by boh-liao on Saturday, 27 March 2010 - 6:37 pm

    MMK’s mah chai Matthias Chang is tasting d fruits of MMK’s destruction of our judiciary system – MC claimed dat “injustice inflicted on me by this errant and abusive Judge”
    Ha, ha, truly poetic justice
    All of us r waiting 4 d day when MMK goes through what MC is experiencing now
    THAT will make our days!

  5. #5 by Corey.799 on Saturday, 27 March 2010 - 6:51 pm

    he is a bigot

  6. #6 by wanderer on Saturday, 27 March 2010 - 6:55 pm



  7. #7 by Thor on Saturday, 27 March 2010 - 6:57 pm

    Nearly died once, but form a pact with satan to make a comeback to this world to create
    chaos among us malaysian.

  8. #8 by negarawan on Saturday, 27 March 2010 - 7:30 pm

    Perkasa should serve as a strong reminder to all non-bumis in Malaysia of the true intention of UMNO and BN, that is “ketuanan melayu”. Any non-bumi who vote for UMNO and BN is directly voting for “ketuanan melayu” and is therefore betraying all non-bumis. The world must come to know what is truly happening in Malaysia i.e. it is an apartheid regime controlled by racist and corrupt UMNO.

  9. #9 by limkamput on Saturday, 27 March 2010 - 7:55 pm

    DAP state rep Manoharan today proposed that ex-fellow ISA detainee Uthayakumar be picked as the PKR candidate. Quoted from Malaysiakini

    I think Manoharan is talking through his ass. It is precisely we have non Malay leaders like this that is making Perkasa becoming more popular. Look Manoharan, not just Malays will not support Uthayakumar, I also WILL NOT support a racist fanatic like him. PR will have more trouable with people like him. You Malaysian Indians think too great of themselves.

  10. #10 by yhsiew on Saturday, 27 March 2010 - 8:24 pm

    MCA and MIC, what think ye of Perkasa?

  11. #11 by SENGLANG on Saturday, 27 March 2010 - 8:36 pm

    This guy after official retire and was frustrated UMNO no longer listening to him that why he go back to his streme self to get attention.

    It was a sad day for Malaysia history.

    They have all lies and keep liying

  12. #12 by Dap man on Saturday, 27 March 2010 - 9:12 pm

    Mahathir has no scruples, no conscience, no ethics, no morality, no HUMAN HEART.
    In other words he is what I call Satan in human form.

    The Malays were/are in total control of the reins of power. They have abused it with impunity. Mahathir did it for 22 years.
    UMNO fooled the Malays into making them think that they being ‘defenseless and eak’ needed UMNO’s protection.
    In return UMNO sought their unquestioning loyalty.
    They gave it without thinking and their wealth were all snatched up by the UMNO putras.

    The poor Malays are still poor. Why? Because UMNO failed them.
    Perkasa and Mahathir,
    Look at yourselves you idiots. It’s you, you, you ho made Malays poor.
    Not we who made the Malays into what they are today.
    This Indian turned Malay is a threat to this country.

  13. #13 by yhsiew on Saturday, 27 March 2010 - 9:34 pm

    Ibrahim Ali is not sincere. He works for a Chinese tycoon, owns share in a gambling company and yet, dares champion for the Malays. I believe Ibrahim Ali is trying to revive his political fortune through Perkasa. Before he can do that, he must first make himself popular. His followers including Tun Dr. M have been made a fool by him – they are unaware they have been made use of.

    Hi Ong Tee Keat and Koh TSu Koon, where are you? If Ibrahim Ali can make himself famous within 1 or 2 years, how come you two cannot make yourselves popular after spending decades in BN?

  14. #14 by fed-up on Saturday, 27 March 2010 - 9:37 pm

    It’s sad to have people like this which disrupts harmony. An obsolete Independent and a senile ex PM joining hands to form a racist NGO. I know that Malaysian’s are intelligent enough to stay away from this party.

  15. #15 by Thor on Saturday, 27 March 2010 - 10:04 pm

    “I like to find out the truth because I know that the truth will prevail”.
    Look who’s talking thru his nose.
    This fella is boasting too much!

  16. #16 by tanjong8 on Saturday, 27 March 2010 - 10:06 pm

    Dr M is always Dr M

    A leopard never sheds its spots.

    The country was ruined during his term as PM

  17. #17 by tanjong8 on Saturday, 27 March 2010 - 10:09 pm

    Ibrahim Ali has given us a window to what democracy means.

    He blazed the trail and we shall follow his foot path and excecise our democratic rights. In that sense, he is commendable

  18. #18 by IbnAbdHalim on Saturday, 27 March 2010 - 10:29 pm

    As always Mahathir never changed. He’s all the while ultra from the start. As for Ibrahim he’s trying to make a comeback after being sacked from UMNO.

    The solution to the duo is to trounce UMNO. UMNO must be made history.

  19. #19 by Loh on Saturday, 27 March 2010 - 11:10 pm

    ///In his opening speech, Dr Mahathir said the sudden mushrooming of Malay non-governmental organisations reflected Umno’s weakness in defending the rights of the Malays.

    He added that NGOs like Perkasa will cease to exist when Umno regains its strength to defend the rights of the Malays.///

    NGOs like Perkasa would not exist if not for the instigation of NEWMalays.

    Ibrahim Ali said that Malays should have 67% of the wealth in the country. He should first check the percentage of NEWMalays among the so-called Malays, and their correspomding share of wealth owned between the two groups.

    The government claims that the target of 30% share of equity owned by Malays has not been reached. Now IbrahimAli wants 67%. Is Ibrahim Ali convinced that the figure quoted by ASLI in 2006 was correct, and now wants to move the post?
    By demanding the share of wealth to that of the population Ibrahim Ali is propagating communist ideology based on race? Is UMNO sincere to their coalition partners that as soon as the target set for NEP is achieved, it would be discontinued? Or is Ibrahim Ali setting the stage for the government to continue NEP for another hundred years, to reach 99% of wealth owned by Malays based on the population share then?

    Perkasa would most likely live as long as Mamakthir. We hope Perkasa has a short live.

  20. #20 by ReformMalaysia on Sunday, 28 March 2010 - 12:06 am

    What is Ibrahim Ali/PERKoSA fighting for?

    The right to : ‘Sell APs/Government Contracts, eat & sleep-doing nothing and get a lot of money through ALI-BABA concept”?

  21. #21 by ENDANGERED HORNBILL on Sunday, 28 March 2010 - 12:56 am

    This is the crazy twin: Mad Mat and Madder Ibrahim in action.

  22. #22 by Jong on Sunday, 28 March 2010 - 1:04 am

    Laugh my butt off, that wannabe sultan was obviously happy with himself, …sultan perkasar!

  23. #23 by frankyapp on Sunday, 28 March 2010 - 2:33 am

    Why Mamakthir and Ibrahim fanned the flame to arouse the malays to hate the non-malays ? Mamakthir has got his RM100 billion,now he thinks he deserves another RM100 billion from the rakyat.Come on Mamakthir,enough is enough.Please stop all your nonsense.As for Ibrahim,wondering who paid him to do all these shxts ? I think Ibrahim and mamakthir have damaged the nation’s racial and religious harmony to beyond repair and at the same time their action also betrayed their own race and religion. In the end I think both would be losers.

  24. #24 by boh-liao on Sunday, 28 March 2010 - 2:44 am

    While NR farted abt 1M’sia, so many funny sick shows on display in his fantasyland
    Just look at MMK surrounded by rounded well-fed ultra-right opportunistic political animals
    All with titles n butagaji n ill-gotten wealth n pretended 2 b HH by raising unsheathed keris
    Now clamoring 4 more self-wealth on d pretense of defending Malays’ rights
    How many among them actually worked 2 improve d rural poor Malays when they r not actually screwing n exploiting their own kind
    Another show is on display in Kelantan, also ppl with titles
    No idea who is in, who is out, who is telling lies, who is not telling lies
    M’sia truly sickoland

  25. #25 by boh-liao on Sunday, 28 March 2010 - 2:54 am

    IA wanted Malays 2 own 67% of the nation’s economic wealth
    Wonderful, Y not 69%, a more erotic figure

  26. #26 by johnnypok on Sunday, 28 March 2010 - 3:51 am

    The sooner the old fox goes to hell the better for the nation. He is becoming more like a dracular and wants to suck more blood.

  27. #27 by Bunch of Suckers on Sunday, 28 March 2010 - 4:00 am

    This old man, “Father of All Racisms” & “Father of All Corruptions”, need to die earlier for the sakes of our Bolehland! Not only he often stir up racial sentiments, he got a stinky mouth that often offend many Mat Salleh nations. This will definitely scare away most foreign investors.

    Our Proto cars, not due to qualities & prices, were unmarketable in the Mat Salleh nations because of this “Father of All Racisms” big mouth!!! He often think that he damn smart, and he always wanted to be Jacka*s himself….

    Grant you, our Bolehland would be much peaceful and prosperous without this “Father of All Racisms”……. Likewise, he is the “Father of All Corruptions” in our Bolehland where spawning of numerous billionaires and millionaires of BN/UMNO cohorts and cronies….

  28. #28 by johnnypok on Sunday, 28 March 2010 - 4:22 am

    Their wealth will not last long because all the money comes from daylight robberies, cheating, corruption, begging, stealing, and what not.
    Only hard-earned money can last.

  29. #29 by isahbiazhar on Sunday, 28 March 2010 - 6:03 am

    By giving support to this organization Mahathir has lost his place in history as a Malaysian leader.He should be termed as a Malay leader.It looks like his non Malay blood is not dorminant.He wants the support of the majority thus not living to the principal of reality.

  30. #30 by queequeg on Sunday, 28 March 2010 - 6:42 am

    I visited PWTC yesterday to attend the KL Book Fair and saw with my own eyes a bevy of luxury cars parked next to the hotel. I have no doubt that these cars belonged to the ultra Malays having their inaugural PERKASA AGM. Look, dear Malaysians..the evidence is clear: these people are rich/wealthy/powerful but still in a siege mentality as if Malay rights are in danger. What bull****! Your luxury cars are the clearest evidence of the wealth you possess! I have only scorn and contempt over this PERKASA NGO. I rejoice the day when it will die a natural death.

  31. #31 by Comrade on Sunday, 28 March 2010 - 7:29 am

    Malays like Zaid can stand on their own two feet
    Their success is no mean feat
    An achievement based on diligence and competency
    We just can’t stand BN/Umno’s hypocrisy
    Enriching itself and its cronies
    Through abuse of power and policies
    Come GE13 vote in PR as the new government
    For our beloved nation future betterment

  32. #32 by yhsiew on Sunday, 28 March 2010 - 7:36 am

    ///from an ultra back again to an ultra……/// (Kit)

    Go to grave also an ultra!

  33. #33 by limkamput on Sunday, 28 March 2010 - 7:46 am

    Was there a circle? That fellow was, is and will forever be an ultra. It is not about the rights and privileges of the Malays. It is the rights of the ruling elites to plunder, steal, and pilfer this country dry. They love this country my ass. They love to bully, abuse, misuse and make themselves filthy rich – these are what they love.

  34. #34 by undertaker888 on Sunday, 28 March 2010 - 8:29 am

    this numbskull ali wants 67% of the pie by doing 0.67% of the work. you see this guy fat is growing by the minute, and affecting his brain. he is thinking with his feet at this moment.

    kutty needs people like them to cause discord for support. he knows he is going to bowl over anytime. nothing for him to loose. was not this numbskull said, he will pee in kutty’s grave? it’s more like giving kutty a blow jOb.

  35. #35 by undertaker888 on Sunday, 28 March 2010 - 8:44 am

    ali perkosa, mamak membinasa
    mamak pukul gong, katak lompat menyokong

    inilah sandiwara ali mamak
    udang di sebalik batu, namanya tamak
    ali mahu makan free enam puluh tujuh peratus
    mamak mahu kuasa sebelum dia mampus

    kalau di amerika ada muhamad ali
    disini kita ada mamak ali

  36. #36 by steven chan on Sunday, 28 March 2010 - 8:54 am

    Whatever good deed Mamakteh had done for the country has been erased by his extreme racialism again reminding the people of his more than 2 decades of suppression under his regime and he has now found his successor in Ibrahim. Clearly they have only their own agenda and not really for the benefit of the people.They are supposed to be in the elite class and knowing very well that there is no short cut to success and no such thing as “free lunch”. Yet they mislead the people by their selfish and radical schemes to amass great fortunes sufficient for their generations to come, living in luxury at the expense of the rest of the people. This holocaust should stop so that there will be racial harmony and continued prosperity for all malaysians and make 1 Malaysia a success.

  37. #37 by Bigjoe on Sunday, 28 March 2010 - 9:17 am

    When Mahathir came to power, most people thought he would take the NEP/ketuanan melayu to a radical level and marginalised the Chinese. What nobody understood was the Mahathir, as part of his corrupted rise to power, had always coopeisrated with non-Malays businessmen/agents because those partners/agents were more reliable in terms of his corrupted activities.

    When he got into power, he inherited a situation where the country finances were not in good shape and because there was few Malay businessmen he could rely on, he had to turn to the non-Malays for business cooperation AND for his corruption that fueled his stay in power. At no time did he CHOSE to cooperate with the non-Malays.

    So its no so much that he returned to ultraism, but rather his true natured is fully revealed finally. This is Mahathir, he thinks Ketuanan Melayu is a right and necessity no matter what the injustice, lack of real basis is.

    Its not new, Hitler behaved the same way on his rise to power and even in the beginning of WWII, Hitler still talked as if he was correcting an injustice and doing Europe a favour.

    What must be remembered is this, in the end, their ideas cannot win. The ideas are for the desperate and greedy and while there are many like that, most of us are not and will never be. Because most of us do not agree with them, so long as their true self is revealed and put in the public, they will lose. Their power is over those are ignorant, those who are apthetic, don’t care than those that agree with them.

    It is no conincidence that the first thing Mahathir speak about is to ban discussion of racism because he knows it cannot be defended publicly if revealed and bared all to see. Its their worst nightmare for people to be aware of the truth of racism and in particular THEIR racism.

    So the point is so long as the truth is out in the open, we should never fear the likes of Perkasa BUT hidding the truth is what we should be more concern about. Not their message.

  38. #38 by boh-liao on Sunday, 28 March 2010 - 9:30 am

    MMK n a bunch of super-rich supergreedy parasites, worried abt loss of monopolies
    They want 2 preserve Malay rights, not becos 2 help d rural poor Malays
    But 2 ensure they can continue to exploit n suck d system high n dry
    They want continued access 2 easy $$$ like APs, IPOs, closed tenders, no-need-2-refund loans, taxi licence, directorships, etc
    4 themselves n their children n their children’s children
    Just look at MMK n his sons – greedy parasites of the highest order
    Only 1 sensible thing civil ppl can do 4 Perkasa: SNUFF OUT this parasite!

  39. #39 by steven chan on Sunday, 28 March 2010 - 9:30 am

    ya mamakteh is even better than chua so lek scandal only thing he is not exposed having made his cronies non-malays’s members of the family his unofficial wives

  40. #40 by SENGLANG on Sunday, 28 March 2010 - 10:16 am

    Perkasa should think hard and ask themselves For t the following questions, so are all fellow Malaysian:-

    He has been the PM for Malaysia for the pass 22 years and he was the UMNO head for the past 22 years.

    After 22 years of glory in Malaysian politic and today he told Malaysian that the Malay has been rob by the Chinese and the Chinese was the main reason for the Malay remain behind all others. Then what has he done during the last 22 years as UMNO head and the PM of Malaysia? The Malay could not become poor and remain behind just after he left politic and retire as PM? It must have been that he as not done enough during his last 22 years. Or he was the main culprit as he has been staying too long and he was the one he condone with the rampant corruptions?

    NEP by its original was good but it was he and his cronies during the past 22 years who has hike jet the NEP and instead of helping to help Malay to be competitive all it has done was all moneys has go to UMNO members and their cronies.

    It was he who has work with the Chinese Taukey and get all the feed back from them and these are the people who has contribute to his political fund to gather his supports.

    If Perkasa want to blame hw the who should be blame as he was the longest serving PM in Malaysia and yet only now he say Malay has been behind and poor?

    Who can believe in him?

  41. #41 by Bigjoe on Sunday, 28 March 2010 - 10:32 am

    One more thing. Mahathir said ‘The Malays accuse the Chinese, the Chinese accuse the Indians, and the Indians accuse the Malays’..

    “The Chinese accuse the Indians”? There is only one way to describe this statement and behaviour – He is a SOB..Period.

  42. #42 by monsterball on Sunday, 28 March 2010 - 10:39 am

    “1Malaysia” is making Mahathir feeling guilty as it is against his race politics.. ..although the said “1Malaysia” is also…full of nonsense..showing Najib is fishing votes from all Malaysians…his own hypocritical style.
    Mahathir always brag and depend on one race…Malays…which he enjoyed 22 years …and still dreaming..that formula can fool Malaysians.
    He is indirectly not happy with Najib…not fighting his style…a racist…and champion for Malays.
    Mahathir is half Indian…half Malay..and Malays are mixed blood with Chinese..Thai…you name it.
    Mahathir love to divide and rule…and Najib must toe the line..or else .that old man…going to show Najib…how powerful he is.
    Yes….Mahathir will never change nor keep quiet. His dirty politics is legendary….yet he is decorated by few…as PERKASA best Melayu.. What a joke!
    UMNO BARU is full of hypocrites and crooks..who thinks Malaysia belongs to them….to protect one race.

  43. #43 by kpt99 on Sunday, 28 March 2010 - 10:49 am

    What should Tun Mahatir do at this stage of life ?

  44. #44 by Bigjoe on Sunday, 28 March 2010 - 10:56 am

    On a side issue; IF PR is not sure it has a good chance of winning Hulu Selangor, it should just let HRP contest and stay out.. Show the Indian community, HRP can only play spoiler not do anything else. it will put a nail in its coffin…

  45. #45 by johnnypok on Sunday, 28 March 2010 - 10:59 am

    Bak Kut Teh is a fake Malay with Indian blood … A HP6 devil with no shame.

  46. #46 by SENGLANG on Sunday, 28 March 2010 - 11:06 am

    By reading this man face one can easily know this man not only rule by his intelligent but unfortunately also ruled by his big EGO. This explained why after his so call retirement from politic he still can not let go easily especially when the new leaders expose his short coming during his 22 years rules.

    It was very unfortunate that he was ruled by his ego at this stage and along the way he inflict the most damage to Malaysian politic land scape.

    It will be best he retired at his Country home and play the grand father rule but he could not because of his ego especially when people criticize him. When UMNO deserted him by rule that he himself implemented during his tenure as UMNO head he was furious and this explain why he chose to tact along with PERKASA which given him the platform to whack his anger at his UMNO fellows. May never in his wildest dream he will taught a lesson by the rule that has been created by him when he want to close the door for his opponent in UMNo when he was challenge. That has serve him right.

  47. #47 by k1980 on Sunday, 28 March 2010 - 11:23 am

    //What should Tun Mahatir do at this stage of life ?//

    Go back and kick da big bucket in his anscentral village in India.

  48. #48 by limkamput on Sunday, 28 March 2010 - 11:25 am

    Sometimes I just don’t understand the logic of Uthayakumar. For 50 years the Indians played racial politics and they ended up losers. Now, he wants to do the same, inciting the Indians to fanatical level and condemning the PR for no good reason. If Indians’ votes are split resulting in BN regaining Hulu Langat, I say let it be. Indians deserve to be treated like idiots. They just simply do not know how to fight as Malaysians – about equal opportunities and advancement etc. Instead, it is only Indian temples and Tamil schools that they are concerned with (never mind there are probably less than ten students in each school and most of students got nowhere after studying in those schools). Now if we blame the Malay leaders for keeping the Malays backward and dependent, I think Hindraf and HRP are also doing the same. Human Right Party my ass – I can’t imagine a person having gone to Kamunting can be so naïve and a real novice in politics. Sometimes I think this country is cursed. Before we even have a viable two parties system, we have fanatics like Uthayakumar and his gang trying their level best to destroy everything.

  49. #49 by Jeffrey on Sunday, 28 March 2010 - 1:20 pm

    “Ibrahim Ali is not important. What concerns me more is the patronage given to the neo-NEP Perkasa by Mahathir” – YB Kit.

    It is only appropriate that Perkasa’s inaugural congress be given patronage by Tun Dr Mahathir (TDM). This is because they share the same political platform – bogeyman politics.

    The bogeyman is a fictional character. When parents want to make their children behave appropriately to their designs, they frighten them by saying that if they are naughty the bogeyman will get them. So by creating the DAP/Non Malay Bogeyman out of fear, the idea is to win advocates amongst Malay constitutency and then both unite and turn these advocates into an army of brainwashed people to attack anyone (whether from Opposition or the Ruling Coalition) intending to change the existing order from all (NEP patronage system) that the Mahathir legacy is identified with.

    I think any reaction by way of engagement, rationalising and rebuttal of their racial messages is a waste of time. It is playing into their hands. They will use your reaction to drive up further fears of the bogeyman. The best reaction is indifference. This is because something irrelevant deserves indifference – not attention or reaction.

    I don’t see why patronage given to the neo-NEP Perkasa by Mahathir is important. To say that it is concedes that both Mahathir and his brand of politics is still important. This is highly questionable premise.

    The standard bearer of communal politics is UMNO but even UMNO Youth is (since the time of Badawi until now) rather muted compared to Perkasa’s or Mahathir’s rhetorics. The latter is till making incendiary speeches of how Malays are losing out and non Malays are ungrateful and forgetful of the Social Contract. Thats old story. Its like flogging a dead horse. The message is intended to create fear – to justify the NEP patronage system and protect those with vested interests in it – but the greatest enemy of fear is the truth, and the truth (market realities and the country’s economic future on which the real interest of majority Malays repose) has been acknowledged by even the UMNO president who told regional fund managers in Hong Kong he had to make a choice “between the market and the people” and that “under the weight of global competitiveness and liberal markets, Malaysia has no choice but to open up and reform. Nevertheless, once the old subsidies and privileges are removed, many people would begin to feel offended.”

    Even the HRH sultan of Selangor would not officiate Perkasa’s inaugural congress. CEOs of GLCs invited to attend also took a rain check. Even Zulkifli Nordin was notably absent. That shows the relevance of this platform. Beating the chest on Ketuanan has not helped UMNO in preserving two third parliamentary majority in 12th Malaysian GE and unlikely to be able to do so for the 13th.

    If it were still relevant, would UMNO allow Perkasa/Mahathir to upstage it in this regard (especially when Perkasa/Mahathir’s thrust is that UMNO is chickening out in preserving their constituency’s privileges/rights?)

  50. #50 by frankyapp on Sunday, 28 March 2010 - 1:30 pm

    I think Mamakthir and Ibrahim are traitors and manipulators to their own race and religion.They are also saboteurs of their own country,Malaysia. They proposed several nonsenssical deliberate intention to sabotage the nation’s economy ,social and poltical system. I think the people of malaysia should send these mad people to ” tanjong rambutan” or in Sabah a place we called ” Rumah Sakit Bukit Pandang” immediately for medical treatment,failing which these deadly parasites would further erode the nation harmony.

  51. #51 by sotong on Sunday, 28 March 2010 - 2:32 pm

    It’s impossible to correct the permanent damage done over the decades, leave him alone…..he is not important for the present generation and future generation to come who has to clean up his mess.

  52. #52 by sotong on Sunday, 28 March 2010 - 2:43 pm

    Now there is an organisation fighting for wealth irrespective of one’s contribution to society…..there is no shame anymore.

  53. #53 by elmoworld on Sunday, 28 March 2010 - 2:46 pm

    hahaha… they are so desperate……….

    worst than a beggar…….

  54. #54 by rockdaboat on Sunday, 28 March 2010 - 4:03 pm

    Kuty craves attention.
    Kuty is extremely jealous of Harri.

    Harri is regarded as a statesman worldwide and gets constant global attention.
    Kutty is nothing but a can of worm (shelf life expired) in his own kampong.

    Kuty is so jealous of Harri he has lost his mind. Kuty will do anything to attract attention.

    Kutty is nothing but some nuisance.

  55. #55 by johnnypok on Sunday, 28 March 2010 - 4:26 pm

    He is the most poisonous snake in bodohland, and he will be killed by his own poison.

  56. #56 by frankyapp on Sunday, 28 March 2010 - 4:47 pm

    Pondering pretty hard why malays despite knowing well that Mamakthir,Ibrahim and the likes have repeately cheated them but still allow these mad men to use them as shelter.On this same note,Umnoputras and Umno too have used malays and islam for more than a decade as shelters to protect its own interest and the interest of its cronies.But here again,how come the malays especially the kampong folks continue to give these bad guys safe passage in every election. I think it’s about time good guy like Zaid Ibrahim should travel to all malay’s heart land to wake them up and help them to tear down this shelter and to ensuring they march forward to a new beginning of a malay race who could succeed without depending on the “tongkat” I wish PR/Zaid every success.

  57. #57 by Loh on Sunday, 28 March 2010 - 5:02 pm

    ///…UMNO president who told regional fund managers in Hong Kong he had to make a choice “between the market and the people” and that “under the weight of global competitiveness and liberal markets, Malaysia has no choice but to open up and reform….///

    That statement only justifies the urgency of reform. Even without the question of competitiveness, NEP should not remain forever when it was meant to be implemented for twenty years only. It is an unfair set of policy that leads to polarization and divison of the people based on religion, used as a basis to determine who are the endangered species and thus entitled to rob the nation. Article 153 was intended for 15 years and subject to review, from 1957. The natives of Sabah and Sarawak are protected under the same article. But are the natives of Sabah and Sarawak treated equally like the Malays in Peninsular? The NEWMalays, mainly those Muslims from India and Pakistan who married Malays women are more Malays than Malays. Indeed only Ibrahim Ali was not aware, or pretends not to, that Mamaks have hijacked all wealth meant for Malays, and they alone acount for more than 30% of Malays equity share. If Ibrahim Ali was really interested in helping the poor Malays, he should not have the movement associated with Mamathir, the father of the richest Malay. Mamakthir said that only after his retirement did he son attain his wealth. Mamakthir thought that only toddles care.

    If Ibrahim Ali is really interested in the welfare of the poor Malays, he should do two things. Get the defitinition of Malay amended to exclude Mamaks, and get Malays to vote the corrupt regime out of power.

    But Ibrahim Ali is not capable of the above. He is just a hopless racist and hoping that the sunset-racist would help him retain his position as MP.

  58. #58 by Bunch of Suckers on Sunday, 28 March 2010 - 5:50 pm

    Hanjin Chengho,

    Your step-father, Father of All Racisms and Father of All Corruptions, is crying for your supports! Why not give a intimacy hugs? Go Chengho, go Hanjin…

  59. #59 by James on Sunday, 28 March 2010 - 5:54 pm

    The scumbag that is the fourth PM is both senile & selfish to boot. He finds himself no longer being featured in the daily news. So this is his sick approach to gaining back attention from the press both locally & internationally.

    He is a megalomaniac alright! After wasting funds on the white elephants which ONLY gets him some infamous attention from the international media, he is now doing an encore. No more power to waste huge amount of funds now this is his sick trick instead. All rakyat must chastise and wish him ill for his “sickness”.

  60. #60 by kpt99 on Sunday, 28 March 2010 - 6:38 pm

    Muhyiddin ask the government to update data of wealth distribution among the rich in the country to see whether or not malays grab everything in the country.Bear in mind that wealth can come from hard works,strategic planning and habits of careful spending like the late respected Lim Goh Tong of Giant Genting.

  61. #61 by johnnypok on Sunday, 28 March 2010 - 6:44 pm

    Chinese and Indians use their brains and muscles to generate wealth, while others depend on NEP, hand-out, begging, robbing, cheating, and what not. Shame.

  62. #62 by Jeffrey on Sunday, 28 March 2010 - 6:55 pm

    Speaking while officiating the inaugural Perkasa general meeting Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamed had the gumption to tell PM Najib to listen to the voice of Perkasa and other Malay NGOs.

    These NGOs called for the preservation of the Internal Security Act (ISA). They also called for the government to change all bumiputera-to-non-bumiputera quotas to 90:10, or at least based on the country’s ethnic composition, 67:37.

    To listen to the NGOs, as TDM directed, means to oppose reforms/change.

    It means to put “1 Malaysia” “NEM” or the Government Transformation Programme (GTP) in the back burner if not jettison these altogether.

    Then not only Mahathir has come “full circle”. UMNO too. It would be going back to the point where it all first started (during Mahathir’s ascendancy to power in early 1980s).

  63. #63 by ReformMalaysia on Sunday, 28 March 2010 - 7:05 pm

    This PERKASA is actually an UMNO proxy…. UMNO try to win non-Malay votes so try to look like more friendly to non-Malay….. But the still work behind the scene through PERKASA….So the 1MALAYSIA slogan is actually just another Sandiwara by UMNO

  64. #64 by yhsiew on Sunday, 28 March 2010 - 7:25 pm

    ///Malays have the right to support Perkasa, says Rais///

    Now we know who is in Muhyiddin’s camp.

  65. #65 by Loh on Sunday, 28 March 2010 - 7:26 pm

    Good cops and bad cops, and perkasa is allowed to show that UMNO could be worse when Muhyuddin takes over.

    1Malaysia is just a slogan. UMNO does not intend to change because it allows racist groups to spread hatred. It has readmitted mamakthir to prove that UMNO could remain extreme like mammak used to be.

  66. #66 by kpt99 on Sunday, 28 March 2010 - 7:35 pm

    Another racist appear in this bolehland who speaks lots of an at the BM,like kesemuaan,kesemalaysiaan,keislamaan,and many others which he thinks is correct,he can the chief editor of DBP.with an an an an at the end

  67. #67 by DCLXVI on Sunday, 28 March 2010 - 8:11 pm

    Pakatan Rakyat should not let itself being put into a corner by Perkasa’s & Umno-BN’s manipulative propaganda that is based on ethnic origin and faith which has been designed to garner more support and votes from the people.
    Pakatan Rakyat should show that good and proper governance of the state governments they currently administer as an example of how we Malaysians can move forward as compared to the increasingly inefficient & corrupt way the Umno-BN still wants to do things.
    Pakatan Rakyat has to prove to the rakyat that what is now threatening to bring the our beloved nation down goes further than just the politics ethnic origin and faith as espoused by the ideologies of Umno-BN & Perkasa.

  68. #68 by yhsiew on Sunday, 28 March 2010 - 8:53 pm


    Hit back at Perkasa with Middle Malaysia.

  69. #69 by kpt99 on Sunday, 28 March 2010 - 10:18 pm

    National Scholarships-Najib said Biasiswa Nasional Berdasarkan Merit Sepenuhnya Melalui 2010 pada 28,June,2009. But JPA said selection is based on 4 criteria 1) Academics 2)co-curriculum 3) prestasi interviews 4) family background.Beloved excellent 2009 SPM holders,ask them who are lying ?.Hopefully the government will show good transprency by publishing all the successful candidates as well as failed ones to the public.Writing on behalf of an excellent student with 10A+.Berani kerana Benar,takut kerana tak telus.seruan pelajar SPM cermalang.

  70. #70 by limkamput on Sunday, 28 March 2010 - 11:20 pm

    What circle, UMNO has never left the dot. It is a dual track strategy – PM playing as an inclusive guy and DPM playing a racist guy. They are just waiting for the storm to be over so that they can go back to stealing, pilfering and robbing. Ya, i am sure some of you have just read about the toll road study. Let me tell you this: the toll will never b e reduced or reviewed so long as this government is still in power. I am as sure as the night following the day.

    DPM is now talking about wealth distribution. Let me remind this nincompoop that it does not matter who own how many percent of the wealth. It is how the wealth was generated and obtained. I simply can’t rationalise a group of tribal leaders so greedy, so uncivilised and so barbaric in wanting to have good life without working for it.

  71. #71 by monsterball on Monday, 29 March 2010 - 5:04 am

    Yes….full circle he did rotate..round and round he goes…twisting and turning …but always back to the same circle….of the dirtiest politics he can cooked up with…to keep signaling to Najib…he is still his boss…the man in charge of him…..or else….
    Yes…Mahathir is the devil reincarnated…and so are all UMNO BARU political members.
    The present devil … caught between the supporting his god-father…and the deep blue sea to be thrown in…and get eaten by ….his own kind of sharks.
    Yes…”1 Malaysia” way for Mahathir.
    The devil have spoken…with all sorts of twisting….sickening interpretations..of Malaysia Malaysian…only racists and crooks keep thinking.. they can talk like than and keep fooling Malays…to stay as Malays…stay as the owner of the country and all others are guests and second class citizens.
    22 years were governed by the devil….because he used money to buy loyalties and souls….by the billions…each year..for 22 years….making hs own sons…filthy rich…with no fear nor shame at all.

  72. #72 by johnnypok on Monday, 29 March 2010 - 5:22 am

    Mentality of the two muskiteers are lower than cow-dung and dog-shit.

  73. #73 by monsterball on Monday, 29 March 2010 - 5:25 am

    Mahathir made sure… his son is one of the riches man in Malaysia…now talking how to protect the poor Malays.
    What a terrible crook……liar and hypocrite he is.

  74. #74 by Bigjoe on Monday, 29 March 2010 - 7:54 am

    So the MCA internal saga at least will be temporarily resolved. Predictions of continue fight is overstated. So what is next?

    Frankly, it now falls on Sdr. Lim to take CSL on. No one else can. CSL is a workhorse of a leader. But even a workhorse can be worn down and its up to Sdr. Lim to lead a bunch of young turks to take CSL and MCA down. While the sex scandal is fair game, that is not what have to pinned on CSL – they key is to target the likes of Perkasa – demand that CSL get UMNO/BN to cut off/disown ties to Perkasa – nothing else is acceptable. If he is so good a leader – work on that. Otherwise, he is just old school – old ways, good but still old – for the young, there is nothing there for them. If he can’t win the young voters, MCA is still finished anyway. Get the young voters to convince their parents its time to change. His generation created the problems they have to clean it up or its a burden to the next – look at MCA younger leaders – they are hopeless. CSL and his generation made it that way..

  75. #75 by k1980 on Monday, 29 March 2010 - 8:40 am

    Following his disgraceful 3rd placing, OTK may now decide to hop over to PKR. Should Anwar accept this kangaroo into his party? Chua definitely will not allow him to contest in the 13 GE.

  76. #76 by dagen on Monday, 29 March 2010 - 9:12 am

    Perkasa, like mamak during sleepy head’s time, will bring both jib and umno down. We have mamak to thank for 308. And we shall be thanking perkasa after GE 13. Wise umnoputras would want to distance themsevles from those blood sucking and screaming good-for-nothing vampires.

    And look. Didnt they claim overwhelming support of the malays? But I dont remember seeing any news report on that for the saturday launch of the first blood-sucker general meeting. If their claim was proven to contain an ounce of truth it would be good enough to set utusan into a screaming frenzy! No. Quite the contrary. Instead I read loads of explanations by them on why certain prominent people did not turn up although they were invited.

    You see. Perkasa made three glaring mistakes. They must be blind or dumb or plain stupid to have committed them. Wrong time. Wrong tone. Wrong ideas. These are what perkasa represents.

    Silly fools. They did not realise that gullible malays exist only in the middle of last centuary. And oh that no brainer exhibition of raised nerves in one’s neck is so totally unnecessary and so totally out of tune with today’s reality tv-show generation of young people. Bush junior exhibited it too when he mounted the horse to the “war on terror”. And what was bush fighting? Yes. Some imaginary WMD-weilding monsters. Familiar? And that keris thingy again. Boy. Boy. Boy. Common chua. Zip up. Hide your banana. Its time you show them the chinese dadao.

    I believe cintanegara, kasim and chengho cried on saturday during the launch of perkasa.

  77. #77 by Bigjoe on Monday, 29 March 2010 - 9:28 am

    I believe its not Perkasa racism we have to worry about but their stand on ISA and law and order. They not only want to defend the ISA, they want to defend the corrupt and broken institutions such as the police, MACC and judiciary. Let them scream all the racism they want but bait them and attack them on the ISA, the police and judiciary.

  78. #78 by johnnypok on Monday, 29 March 2010 - 10:39 am

    While LKY of Singapore is highly respected, the X-PM of Bodohland seems to do a lot of bodoh things. He is more like a circus clown!

  79. #79 by cinaindiamelayubersatu on Monday, 29 March 2010 - 12:41 pm

    betul, brahim ali tak penting tapi dia pun boleh cakap orang putih. brahim ali jangan cakap orang putih jangan pakai tie duduk aje bawah tempurung jangan keluar negara yang rakyat jelatanya bukan macam brahim ali…duduk aje tunggu duit jatuh dari langit sampai orang orang macam dia bolot 67% kekayaan negara…

  80. #80 by MGR1940 on Monday, 29 March 2010 - 3:33 pm

    Mamakthir said there are more non-malays in private U and overseas.Were they on government scholarship? NO it is with the hard earned money of their parents because the Mamak government did give them any scholarship.
    The non-malays came back and worked hard to develop this country and helped the UMNOputra Malays as what they are today. The dirty “kachang lupu kuli: bunch of people with no shame asking for more.

  81. #81 by MGR1940 on Monday, 29 March 2010 - 3:40 pm

    You can see how stupid Ibrahim Ali and gang were when pining the Perkasa title upside down on Mamak and the stupid Mamak was just smiling away. Another goon.

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