Penang Lang must defend Penang at all cost

by Richard Loh
10 Dec. 2012

Your PM is blackmailing and using his ‘legal’ bribery ‘I help you, you help me’ bribing his way to recapture Penang. Penangnites must not fall into this dangerous trap.

Your Prime Minster has proven beyond doubt that he is a very weak and incapable leader. His daily speeches, a multitude of plea, threat, admission, omission and deceptive promises that allowed one to see how a man looks like when the fear of losing power is imminent.

His latest trip to Penang on the 8th December 2012 was to galvanize support to retake Penang in the next General Election with more ambiguous speeches and deceptive promises.

Every Malaysian must ask this question “Who is paying for all the extravagant expenses of your PM playing Santa Claus Merry going round the country”?

What kind of leadership is he trying to prove, a leadership for all Malaysians or just to those who like and support his Umno coalition BN?

He made a call to Penangnites to ensure a BN victory only then will they get to have (mind you, only pledges) 20,000 affordable homes and monorail. Is he a real joker PM or what? Can I put three questions to him.

What has Umno/BN done during their 50 years of taking power in Penang when these affordable homes and monorail were much needed back as early as the late 90’s?

Is your PM trying to say that there will be no help from the Federal government if Penang is still under Pakatan Rakayat?

If that is the case, can Penangnites insist that they will not pay their taxes directly to Federal government but instead to the State government?

1Malaysia was incorporated into your PM GTP (Government Transformation Plan) and it failed miserably, now he is saying it was deliberately designed to be vague, can you believe that? Will he said again that the whole GTP is a vague planning should it collapse or failed, which is now seen failing by the day?

A PM leading a nation with vagueness and ambiguity should not be making all sorts of promises. What happened if you give your mandate for him to run another term and he failed to implement his promises and tell you that all the promises were said in vagueness? There you will be conned yet again after living with their lies for 55 years!

Your PM is also the President of Malaysia’s largest political party, Umno, with over 3 million members. He admitted that he cannot reformed his party without the public mandate. What a funny PM you have.

He is the President and yet he is powerless to reform his party and calls for public help. Yet, he is talking about transformation of a nation of over 28 million people, how the hell is he going to do it. Do you think he can do it if the people were to give him the mandate in GE 13? He has been the PM for nearly four years and he has done nothing except to crow, cry and beg!

“What happens if after obtaining that endorsement, reactionary factions in UMNO interpret the mandate as support for the status quo in party and government which means that reform would then not be necessary and that it should be business as usual?” – Terrence Netto

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Even though this Fan Page is created to defend Penang at all cost, all Malaysians can like the page and make it a ‘Malaysians must defend Malaysia at all cost” from the devil you know that is corrupt, racist and arrogant with a weak and incapable PM taking the nation to nowhere.

  1. #1 by Bigjoe on Monday, 10 December 2012 - 8:28 pm

    The more I think about reasons Najib has decided to invest so much to stage his badly executed visit to Penang, the more I find something is still horribly wrong with his thinking..

    There are only several reason to have allowed the farce to happen – the first one is he can afford it being the most well-finance and most privilleged campaign worker in Mahathir’s history. The second is that electoral fraud is such and extent, excuse has to be invested heavily no matter how bad it is. The third possibility is that he needed to appear he is trying as best he can to his real boss who will decide his fate no matter what the outcome.

    But the bottom line is that its not real result he is after with the heavy investment and doing so much – and badly at that..The cynicism and the faithlessness is so surreal, it just feel like unsound, mentally challenged. What is the point of doing it? Life is too short, why waste it on such nonsensical work when you long ago don’t have to?

  2. #2 by monsterball on Monday, 10 December 2012 - 8:55 pm

    Najib can call till all the cows come home and Penang will stay with DAP as sure as the Sun will shine tomorrow.
    He is a dreamer now.
    That’s all he can do..dream dream dream

  3. #3 by Winston on Monday, 10 December 2012 - 9:08 pm

    The decision as to which party to place in Putrajaya in the next GE is a very simple one.
    It’s to decide between the devil with plenty of baggage or the angle with little or no baggage.
    So, which one would the Malaysian electorate choose?
    It’s really a no-brainer!!!!

  4. #4 by tuahpekkong on Monday, 10 December 2012 - 11:05 pm

    I think we have been talking about the next GE for quite some time now but the PM just keeps us on tenterhooks. This shows he is not confident of winning more seats for the BN than the previous GE. He now hopes to perform better by greasing the electorate but I think urban voters are less likely to be swayed by the Government’s generous hand-out. So Penang should still safely remain under PR.

  5. #5 by ENDANGERED HORNBILL on Tuesday, 11 December 2012 - 12:12 am

    Richard, good and clear critique of an unreliable, untrustworthy, uninspiring, gutless, cunning and deceitful Ah Jib Gor.

    Penang Lang must support Penang-lah.
    Malaysian Lang must support Malaysia-lah.

    UMNO must be reired in GE 13 for abusing Malaysia left, right and centre.

  6. #6 by ENDANGERED HORNBILL on Tuesday, 11 December 2012 - 12:14 am

    Actually I don’t like the Gor in Ah Jib.

    Gor(e) and goriness is much the character of Gothic tales and scandals. Gor or Gor(e) reminds me of the Gothic fate of Altantuya.


  7. #7 by yhsiew on Tuesday, 11 December 2012 - 9:23 am

    ///He has been the PM for nearly four years and he has done nothing except to crow, cry and beg!///

    Najib failed in his leadership because he paid too much attention to Umno warlords and Umno right-wingers instead of the rakyat. If I were Najib, I would rather ignore the handful of warlords and right-wingers and win the hearts and minds of 28 million Malaysians. As PM it is painful to be rejected by a large section of the country’s populace and much less painful to be rejected by a handful of warlords and cronies.

  8. #8 by lee tai king (previously dagen) on Tuesday, 11 December 2012 - 9:53 am

    penanglang will choy choy choy jibby the jib.

  9. #9 by boh-liao on Tuesday, 11 December 2012 - 10:10 am

    Don’t b like dis lah, cos there r at least some Pinang lang who hang on2 NR’s bo\la 2 get back in2 corrupt power
    No believe meh? Go ask boh hood, d 2 ten/gs, some ma/mak there, n others loh

  10. #10 by Winston on Tuesday, 11 December 2012 - 11:23 am

    What about the moon and the stars?
    Can get or not?

  11. #11 by cseng on Tuesday, 11 December 2012 - 12:59 pm

    Richard is right!, so NO! to BN’s election corruption.

    Lets defend the process! dump the Santa who brim! brim! brim! that is no Santa, that is devil that we know.

  12. #12 by rjbeee on Tuesday, 11 December 2012 - 10:27 pm

    The fat mama has a biography…..what a joke

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