GE 13 Keyword – “PUTRAJAYA” – To Capture Or To Defend?

By Richard Loh

Is Najib employed to govern this nation as a whole or as an impartial Prime Minister that are more concern with his political coalition parties and to remain in power? What we hear and read from his speeches daily which are supposed to be official government functions are filled with political innuendos.

It looks like a war has been wedged between the ruling government and the rakyat. Najib has been calling its party members to defend PutraJaya at all cost even if need to ‘crushed bodies and lost lives’ and now calling out to the youths as well.

How naive Najib can be to make these calls:

“If in Egypt one million youths gathered in Tahrir Square to change that country’s leadership… in Malaysia, one million youths gathered to defend Putrajaya,” he said.

“Are you willing to defend Putrajaya?” he asked repeatedly.

The youth in Egypt are fed up with the corrupt, arrogant and incompetent government hence their march to change their country’s leadership. In Malaysia, those leaders running PutraJaya are no different, corruptions are as rampant or even worst then Egypt, so is Najib calling Malaysian youths to defend PutraJaya and allow these corruptions to go on and be happy with those incompetent leaders with no integrity?

Najib stressed that the government will not succeed in its ambitious transformation programmes without help from young Malaysians.

“Some call me the Father of Transformation; I don’t know [if the description is accurate], but you all are the catalysts of change,” he said.

After over two years as the most powerful man in this nation, he keeps talking about transformation without any signs or indications that the nation has transformed into what he prescribed or is it just an illusion in his mind. Even worst is that his own ruling government, mostly run by his political party and coalition have shown no transformation nor the will to at all.

How can he be called the ‘Father of Transformation’ when he allows racism to strife and he himself is such a racist, if you can remember what he did in 1987. He is more fit to be called the ‘Father of Racism’ or ‘Father of Corruption’ when he can bribed voters with his famous call ‘You Help Me, I Help You’.

“If the youths are with the government, our country will be peaceful and we can continue to make our country prosper,” he said.

This is the only correct statement he had ever made. Not only the youth must be with the government but all Malaysians.

The question is which type of Government?

The corrupt, racist and arrogant government who are willing to ‘crushed bodies and lost lives’ to defend at all cost in holding on to power, allowing extremists to perpetuate religious and race intolerance without any concern whatsoever happen to the rakyat and country;


A government who put the nation and rakyat first before anything else, A Malaysia For All.

  1. #1 by drngsc on Monday, 30 May 2011 - 12:22 pm

    Hi Richard,
    This government is all about money and power, in that order.

    That is why, we need to change the tenant at Putrajaya, before they think that they are the owners.

    We need to change the tenant at Putrajaya, and soon

  2. #2 by -e- on Monday, 30 May 2011 - 12:47 pm

    the ‘father of racism’ is taken and the titleholder is still alive walking and blogging.

    nr can only be remembered as a (the only) ‘premier’ governing this country without people’s mandate. other keywords are: c4, mongolia, submarine, flom, inflation, corruption, mismanagement, power abuse…

  3. #3 by k1980 on Monday, 30 May 2011 - 12:56 pm

    //in Malaysia, one million youths gathered to defend Putrajaya//

    Adding together the cost of food, accommodation, allowances, transport, and so on, how much has been spent on those 1 million? Assuming RM100 each, a clear waste of RM100,000,000! And this amount comes from the savings from cut subsidies!

  4. #4 by Bigjoe on Monday, 30 May 2011 - 12:58 pm

    Badawi may have made a number of and key mistakes BUT Najib really beat him in terms of idiocy.

    How in god world he could have brought up Tharir square is beyond me. It just reminded people that UMNOputras looks a lot like Mubaraks and Gaddafis.

    The only explanation is Najib simply stands on legs of butter. He simply do not have the oratorical skills and imagination for great speeches and yet his administration fundamental mechanics is based on PR.

  5. #5 by k1980 on Monday, 30 May 2011 - 1:39 pm

    Jib sedang pikiat kuat:—“If those million youths out there can cast their votes for bn in the coming general elections, then all the 222 seats in parliament is MINE!”

  6. #6 by Comrade on Monday, 30 May 2011 - 2:20 pm

    The people must really defend Putrajaya
    From the corrupt Umno/BN politicians
    Give Malaysia the beginning of a new era
    By voting in the PKR/DAP/PAS coalition

  7. #7 by cemerlang on Monday, 30 May 2011 - 2:24 pm

    First of all, we must get things into the right perspective. We cannot be allowing our minds to change every split second and end up making things worse. Malaysians, Putrajaya belongs to you. It is built with your money. The government’s money comes from you. The money did not drop down from the sky or grow on trees. Rakyat didahulukan. Pencapaian di utamakan. Therefore, Putrajaya belongs to the rakyat and it is up to the rakyat to determine who is the more eligible power holder. The rakyat determines who is the boss. Money power. Money comes from the rakyat and therefore the rakyat has the ultimate and most power.

  8. #8 by chinkimwah on Monday, 30 May 2011 - 2:24 pm

    Our Jibby is smart. Don’t you underestimate him. He is buying the hearts of the 1 million youths with free rides, free food and be in sync with them watching soccer in the wee hours of the morning. Hope our youths are smarter than that and look at the bigger picture. Not just the ‘happy hours’ with Jibby.

  9. #9 by wizzerd on Monday, 30 May 2011 - 5:54 pm

    Humorous, defending Putrajaya from who??? From unseen enemies, faceless bogeymen??Najib Razak is walking on thin ice. UMNO warlords are staging a coup to oust him. Poor Jibby..we will help you and your UMNO ilk by sending you out from Putrajaya.

  10. #10 by wizzerd on Monday, 30 May 2011 - 5:58 pm

    Najib said, “People called me “Father of Transformation”,oh really…???since when yourself pulak eh..masuk bakul angkat sendiri,

    You are more of Father of Racism, Corruption, Thieves (remember Perak) combined. Badawi looks like a saint compared to you

  11. #11 by Joshua on Tuesday, 31 May 2011 - 2:54 pm

    JK’s digest 13 of May, 2011 – Youth Parliament & new Sabah LDP senator

    I have been waiting to write this last edition in May 2011 also a celebration of Harvest Festival.

    Two important events have triggered this item.

    What is this Youth Parliament all about? Is it another red herring wasting more public fund and to get the youth in more futile politicking when the youth should be in the institutions of higher learning and skill colleges to equip themselves to bring up the productivity of the nation so far neglected in 53 years. Is it going to be one sided again as 1Melayu rather than 1Malaysia? It is simply more duplication of convening another parliament worth almost nothing as the official Parliament and Dewan Negara have failed the nation. Many important things like the Petroleum Act and Petronas and the Suhakam never go through the Parliament. So it has been a scheming Parliament and Dewan Negara only to boost a small sector of people and yet this system cannot be any longer be defended except by the Youth to keep Putrajaya with BN. It is now so clear.

    Najib to resign to prove 1Malaysia.

    So is there really 1Malaysia in Malaysia even after 53 years. All the laughable stories are every where. Since it is Najib who insist that there is 1Malaysia, it is for him to resign now – illegal and desperate – PM to prove his point. We already have a ruler conference dominated by one race and one religion. So it is only right after 53 year that we have a non Muslim Prime Minister and better still a Christian Prime Minister as so clearly exposed by Utusan Malaysia as desirable now. Every one would see the difference once that happen.
    Any general election would not make 1Malaysia a reality because the GE13 would be rigged by the Election Commission as it has been confirmed in GE11 and GE12.

    Datuk Chin (vocal) should tell Musa Aman to resign now
    What is the purpose of appointing Datuk Chin of LDP Sabah as a senator? Would he be made a Federal Minister to fight for Sabahans rights? What can a senator do for Sabah?
    Sabah had many senators who just warmed the chairs at public expense.
    The fact that Datuk Chin is now a senator – a position subject to the confirmation by the State Assembly – and yet Datuk Chin only thanked the illegal and desperate PM for the appointment ignoring the illegal and desperate Chief Minister Musa Aman. So this federal appointment only confirmed those statements made by Datuk Chin on Musa Aman as true.
    Yet Musa Aman once so much slighted by this true comment and flexed his stupid muscle against LDP (in turmoil of sort) and even refused to appoint an Assemblyman from LDP for the State Cabinet which has at least two vacancies now filled by ‘frogs’. So the Musa Aman with a hidden agenda should say Amen for his position in Sabah. His position is already untenable and should fade away following the Sarawak General Elections. Musa Aman is also the Taib of Sabah. A “statesmen” cannot be emotional, bias, exhibiting anger and only an illegal CM can do such a thing like he is so silent on the latest development on the unconditional release of Akjan. Any consolation from some top gangsters and some top women cannot guarantee that Musa Aman stays. Musa Aman’s heinous skeletons have been exposed long ago and he should now resign long overdue.

    So there are so many other ongoing diatribes and sex dramas that everyone is misled by BN and UMNO as the latest Datuk Chin appointment is also a confusion. How can that happen in a fixed deposit state and Musa Aman and Najib can ignore the baby cry of Senator Datuk Chin to stay on course for GE13 as speculated by but never to come by. Our illegal and desperate leaders are using the ‘frontier’ of GE13 to lead the nation to bankruptcy earlier as more misleading dramas emerge. There are simply too much one sided politicking enticing the opposition to do likewise and now involving the innocent youth.

    So the easy and simple solution as soon as possible is the Interim Good Governance Government IGGG under Joshua Y. C. Kong as the PM. Not a Christian PM but just another PM and the impossible made possible.

    Go there for more.

    Joshua Y. C. Kong
    PM of IGGG

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