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The call by Yang di Pertuan Agong for post-mortem on floods is an indication that the Ismail Sabri’s government is not functioning despite his cancellation of year-end leave for all his Ministers

The call by the Yang di Pertuan Agong for a post-mortem on the floods disaster in Selangor and Pahang is an indication that the Ismail Sabri government is not functioning, despite his cancellation of year-end leave of all his Ministers.

It raises the question what is use of Ismail Sabri’s cancellation of the year-end leave of his Ministers if all the jumbo-sized Cabinet does is for the Ministers to collect their super salaries and allowances without doing useful or worthwhile work? Read the rest of this entry »

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Will Ismail Sabri sack Ministers who defy his instruction to cancel their leave abroad and return immediately to be with the people who are facing hardship?

I commend the Prime Minister, Ismail Sabri for his cancellation of the year-end leave application from his cabinet Ministers until after the flood situation had passed.

Will Ismail Sabri sack Ministers who defy his instruction to cancel their leave abroad and return immediately to be with the people who are facing hardship? Read the rest of this entry »

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Prime Minister Ismail Sabri should reprimand MCMC and declare that he will not stop Malaysians from exercising their constitutional right to free speech to criticise his government and Ministers

(Versi BM)

It is shocking that the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) has requested Twitter to remove posts critical of the government’s atrocious response to the recent floods.

The Prime Minister, Ismail Sabri should reprimand the MCMC and declare that he will not stop Malaysians from exercising their constitutional right to free speech to criticise the government and his Ministers. Read the rest of this entry »

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Is Prime Minister Ismail Sabri himself unaware who is the Selangor Chairman of National Security Council?

(Versi BM)

Yesterday, I asked the Prime Minister Ismail Sabri to clear the air as to who is the Selangor Chairman of the National Security Council (NSC) as such a confusion should not arise in the midst of the deadliest flood disaster which has claimed 37 lives so far.

The thunderous silence of the Prime Minister on this question in the last 24 hours in most ominous.
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Has the Ismail Sabri government descended into a kakistocracy where the right hand does not know what the left hand is doing?

(Versi BM)

The claim by the Entrepreneur Development and Cooperative Minister Noh Omar that he is still the Selangor state chairman of the National Security Council (NSC) after the Selangor Mentri Besar Amirudin Shari claimed that he has resumed the task of the state NSC chief beggars imagination.

Has the Federal Government, which Prime Minister Ismail Sabri gave 90 per cent score to his jumbo-sized Cabinet for its first 100-day performance, quickly descended into a kakistocracy where the right hand does not know what the left hand is doing?
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Ismail Sabri must prove his “Keluarga Malaysia” concept is not a meaningless slogan by insisting that only those who uphold the Rukun Negara principles of nation-building and accept Malaysia is a multi-racial, multi-lingual, multi-religious and multi-cultural nation can be Cabinet Ministers

Prime Minister Ismail Sabri must prove that his “Keluarga Malaysia” concept is not a meaningless slogan but a key principle which can unite the diverse races, languages, religions and cultures which have made Malaysia their home.

Ismail said today that personal interests, political differences and growing hostilities can lead to disunity among members of the Keluarga Malaysia (Malaysian Family).
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Can the four special envoys, Hadi Awang, Tiong King Sing, Richard Riot and Vigneswaran produce their 100-Day Report Cards?

(Versi BM)

The answer by the Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department (Special Functions) Abdul Latiff Ahmad yesterday on the number of special advisers and special envoys of the Prime Minister, Ismail Sabri is both a shocker and an eye-opener.

The first question that comes to mind is why is the Prime Minister having so many special advisers and special envoys as he already has a jumbo-sized Cabinet of 31 Ministers and 38 deputy ministers and a full complement of High Commissioners and Ambassadors all over the world? Read the rest of this entry »

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Ismail Sabri should not allow anyone to post for him on his Facebook as the Prime Minister would be held personally responsible

The Prime Minister should exercise greater control of his FaceBook account and not allow anyone to post for him on his Facebook as the Prime Minister would be held personally responsible.

The best example is the latest posting on the Prime Minister’s Facebook with regard to the Prime Minister’s ridiculous 90 pct score for his Cabinet on its first 100-day performance – which is nothing than scoring its own goal. Read the rest of this entry »

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Why is Ismail conspicuously silent on his ridiculous 90 pct score for his Cabinet for its Hundred Days performance and the massive and unprecedented violation of Covid-19 SOPs at the 100-Day Report Card event at KLCC

Why is the Prime Minister Ismail Sabri conspicuously silent on his ridiculous 90 pct score for his Cabinet for its first Hundred Day performance and the massive and unprecedented violation of Covid-19 SOPs at the 100-Day Report Card event at KLCC?

Many questions have been asked about these two scandalous events but Ismail Sabri had uttered not a single word. Read the rest of this entry »

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Malaysia must have super-Ministers that the Cabinet could get 90 pct score from the Prime Minister for their 100 Day performance but this is the mystery – the 31 Ministers are not known for their super-intelligence and even two of them could not count 100 Days as they boasted they had passed the 100 days in flying colours in November itself

Malaysia must have super-Ministers that the Cabinet could get 90 pct score from the Prime Minister Ismail Sabri for their 100-day performance, but this is the mystery: the 31 Ministers are not known for their super-intelligence and even two of them could not count 100 Days as they boasted they had passed the 100 Days in flying colours in November itself.

This is why I demand that Ismail Sabri reveal the score for each of the 31 Ministers and whether and how many scored the perfect 100% mark. Read the rest of this entry »

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Question by MMA President whether pushing up the number of Covid-19 cases is part of the KPI for next 100 days deserve a serious reply from both Prime Minister and Health Minister

The question by the Malaysian Medical Association Dr. Koh Kar Chai whether pushing up the number of Covid-19 cases is part of the KPI for the next 100 days deserves a serious reply from both the Prime Minister Ismail Sabri and the Health Minister Khairy Jamaluddin.

Dr Koh asked the question after the 100-day Malaysian Family Aspirations programme which was launched in KLCC on December 9 and slated to run for 4 days, where there was an “overdrive” to garner publicity but not to prevent the spread of Covid-19 infections, despite Malaysia having the longest Covid-19 wave in the world going back to September last year and repeated Health Ministry warnings about the delta and Omicron variants in the country and encouraging booster shots to stave off a Covid-19 upsurge in the pandemic. Read the rest of this entry »

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Call on Ismail Sabri to release details of 100 Days report card of his Cabinet by revealing what mark each of his Ministry received if he does not want to be “100 Days” laughing stock to Malaysians and the world

I call on the Prime Minister, Ismail Sabri to release details of the 100 Days Report Card of his Cabinet by revealing what mark each of his Ministry received if he does not want to be “100 Days” laughing stock to Malaysians and the world.

If Ismail cannot produce the 100 Day report of card each of his Ministry, and explain how he arrived at the figure of 90 pct score on his Cabinet’s collective report card, then it is just an arbitrary figure like a rabbit he plucked from the hat – which is the job of a magician and not Prime Minister of a country. Read the rest of this entry »

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Ismail Sabri should have insisted that the Covid-19 SOPs be observed or walked away from the 100-day report card event yesterday to show that he was serious about the 23-month Covid-19 pandemic which have accumulated nearly 2.7 million Covid-19 cases and caused over 30,000 Covid-19 deaths

The Prime Minister, Ismail Sabri should have insisted that the Covid-19 SOPs be observed or walked away from the 100-day report card event at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre yesterday to show that he was serious about the 23-month Covid-19 pandemic which have accumulated nearly 2.7 million Covid-19 cases and caused over 30,000 Covid-19 deaths
In fact, it should be asked how many of the over 30,000 Covid-19 deaths are avoidable deaths, simply caused of sheer incompetence of the health service.

By allowing an event which threw all the Covid-19 SOPs to the winds, Ismail Sabri had failed not only as the ninth Prime Minister, but the nation and the Malaysian people. Read the rest of this entry »

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Only Ismail Sabri would give the Cabinet 90 pct score on their 100-day report card when it had not even reached a pass mark of 50 pct score

(Versi BM)

The last three days were memorable days indeed!

On Dec. 7 eighty years ago in 1941 the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbour and brought United States into World War Two. Read the rest of this entry »

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Court of Appeal judgement reinforces hope that it is possible to get rid of kleptocracy and for Malaysia to become a world-class great nation before 2057 but this is through a “Malaysian First” people’s movement but not through Ismail Sabri’s “Keluarga Malaysia” concept

(Versi BM)

There is a deep sigh of national relief when it is known the Court of Appeal has unanimously rejected the appeal of former Prime Minister, Najib Razak against his conviction and sentence to 12 years’ jail and RM210 million fine for seven charges linked to the RM42 million of SRC International Sdn. Bhd. funds.

In delivering the ruling, Justice Abdul Karim Abdul Jalil said the Court of Appeal agreed with trial judge Mohd Nazlan Mohd Ghazali’s finding that Najib had personal interest for the cabinet to approve a government guarantee for a RM4 billion loan from Retirement Fund Inc to SRC International.
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Ismail Sabri’s First Hundred Days, whether of his premiership or his government, is nothing to boast about – whether the “Keluarga Malaysia” concept or Covid-19 Pandemic

(Versi BM)

Yesterday, 7th December 2021 was the First Hundred Days of Ismail Sabri’s government although his own First Hundred Days as ninth Prime Minister of Malaysia fell nine days earlier on 28th November 2021.

Ismail Sabri’s First Hundred Days, whether of his premiership or of his government, is nothing to boast about – whether the “Keluarga Malaysia” concept or Covid-19 pandemic. Read the rest of this entry »

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Ismail Sabri has failed in his “Keluarga Malaysia” concept in his first Hundred Days when not only is he afraid to ask every Minister to declare support for the five Rukun Negara nation-building principles, but more Cabinet Ministers have expressed their opposition to Rukun Negara

(Versi BM)

Prime Minister Ismail Sabri has failed in his “Keluarga Malaysia” concept in his first Hundred Days when not only is he afraid to ask everyone of his Cabinet Minister to declare support for the five Rukun Negara nation-building principles, but more of his Cabinet Ministers have expressed their opposition to Rukun Negara.

It is time that Ismail Sabri and his Cabinet Ministers brush up on their understanding of the Malaysian Constitution and the Rukun Negara. Read the rest of this entry »

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Is Malaysia suffering from an attack of Adviser-mania, where Prime Minister Ismail Sabri will have 31 Special Advisers, shadowing the 31 Ministers in his Cabinet, while each Minister will have a Special Adviser each?

(Versi BM)

The Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department, Abdul Latiff Ahmad, has told Parliament that Prime Minister Ismail Sabri has three special advisors who advise him on health, religion as well as on law and human rights.

The Pengerang MP Azalina Othman Said is Ismail Sabri’s law and human rights advisor, Kedah Umno chief Jamil Khir Baharom is Ismail Sabri’s religious advisor while a committee member of the World Health Organization (WHO) Science Council and former dean of the Faculty of Medicine, Universiti Malaya, Dr. Adeeba Kamulzaman is expected to be Ismail Sabri’s health adviser. Read the rest of this entry »

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Some good news at last on the Covid-19 pandemic front on the last day of Ismail Sabri’s first hundred days – lowest daily new Covid-19 cases since May 16 and second lowest daily Covid-19 deaths in six months

(Versi BM)

After 99 days of depressing, gloomy or at best “not bad news”, it is great to have some good news at last on the Covid-19 pandemic front on the last day of Ismail Sabri’s first hundred days as the ninth Prime Minister of Malaysia.

Yesterday, Malaysia recorded 4,239 daily new Covid-19 cases, the lowest in 196 days since May 16, and 29 daily Covid-19 deaths – second lowest in over six months.

I had hoped that at least by the first 100 Days of Ismail Sabri as the ninth Prime Minister of Malaysia, we can at least undo the damage of the proclamation of emergency by the Muhyiddin Yassin Government on January 11, 2021, when we had 2,232 daily new Covid-19 cases and four Covid-19 deaths, with the cumulative totals of 138,224 Covid-19 cases and 555 Covid-19 deaths. Read the rest of this entry »

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I welcome Ismail Sabri’s statement that the “Keluarga Malaysia” concept is based on Rukun Negara but what is he doing to ensure that Cabinet comprises Ministers who uphold the Rukun Negara?

(Versi BM)

I welcome Prime Minister Ismail Sabri’s statement that his “Keluarga Malaysia” concept is based on Rukun Negara and that the National Unity Plan 2021-2030 is an effort to restore the original dream of unity expressed in the five principles of Rukun Negara.

But the National Unity Plan got off on a bad start when the Unity Minister, Halimah Mohamed Sadique dared not answer questions about the issue surrounding the new signboards for several publicly-funded Chinese primary schools in Pahang, passing the buck to the Education Ministry and the Pahang State government. Read the rest of this entry »

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