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All MPs regardless of political party should show their commitment when Parliament meets from July 16 to transform Malaysia from a global kleptocracy into a leading nation of integrity in the world

Malaysia is now in the “eye” of the world to demonstrate how a global kleptocracy can be transformed into a leading nation of integrity.

In the past few years, the opinion leaders and makers of the world must have shaken their heads in sorrow as to how Malaysia – a nation with so much promise, and in the words of Bapa Malaysia Tunku Abdul Rahman, should become “a beacon of light in a distracted and disturbed world” – had failed the Malaysian Dream and taken the wrong turn in nation-building to become a global kleptocracy, where Malaysians in the Malaysian Diaspora worldwide are ashamed to acknowledge that they are Malaysians and the then Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak was spoken in the same league as notorious kleptocrats in the world – like Suharto of Indonesia and Marcos of Philippines.

It is to the eternal shame of Malaysia that a Wikipaedia search will find Najib Razak named as the latest new entry of a “kleptocrat”!

Is this why Merdeka was achieved in 1957 and Malaysia was formed in 1963?

In the historic watershed 14th General Election on 9th May, 2018 where Malaysian surprised the world with the first peaceful and democratic transition at a time when democracy throughout the world is suffering a decline, Malaysians have two world historic roles to perform.

Firstly, give confidence to the struggling peoples of the world not to give up hope in the battle for democracy; secondly, to show the world how a global kleptocracy can transform itself into a leading nation in integrity in the world.

Members of Parliament elected on 9th May 2018 have received notification from Parliament that the first meeting of Parliament will be for 20 sittings from 16th July to August 16; that the 30-day 2019 Budget meeting of Parliament will be from Oct.15 to Dec. 11, 2018 with the Finance Minister, Lim Guan Eng, presenting the 2019 Budget in Parliament on Friday, 2nd November 2018.

Before the budget debate, nine days have been set aside for debate on the Mid-Term Review of the 11th Malaysia Plan.

All MPs regardless of political party should show their commitment when Parliament meets from July 16 to transform Malaysia from a global kleptocracy into a leading nation of integrity in the world.

Will all the MPs from UMNO/BN and PAS support a motion so that all the 222 MPs in Parliament can act in unity and unanimity giving support to the Pakatan Harapan Government’s agenda to transform Malaysia from a global kleptocracy into a leading nation of integrity in the world?

Will all those contesting for posts in the UMNO General Assembly this month, whether for President, Deputy President, Vice President; Youth, Wanita or Puteri leader; or for UMNO Supreme Council or executive council positions in the various UMNO wings, make a public commitment to support Pakatan Harapan Government’s national programme to transform Malaysia from a global kleptocracy into a leading nation of integrity in the world?

(Media Statement in Penang on Tuesday, 19th June 2018)

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Call on Prime Minister and Parliament Speaker to apologise to all Malaysians for the 13th Parliament’s failure to do anything to clear or purge Malaysia of the infamy, ignominy and iniquity of being regarded worldwide as a global kleptocracy

The 13th Parliament has been dissolved and the country is all set for the 14th General Election.

The country has been long awaiting for this dissolution, from the Sarawak state general elections in 2016, to 2017 and then to 2018; from January this year to February, March and then April; from 11.30 am yesterday for the live telecast of the announcement of dissolution of Parliament by the Prime Minister, Datuk Seri Najib Razak to 11.40 a.m; 11.50 am and finally after noon!

The picture that is given is one of great hesitancy and indecisiveness on the part of the sixth Prime Minister to dissolve Parliament for the stakes for Najib is very high. Read the rest of this entry »

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Will the Anti-Fake News Act 2018 end the deluge of fake news, lies and demonization from UMNO/BN propagandists that I am anti-Malay, received RM1 billion from Mahathir, dominate Pakatan Harapan, want to be Prime Minister, disband Malay Regiment and seeks to destroy Malaysia-China relations

Today is last sitting of the 13th Parliament which was elected on 5th May 2013, as Parliament is expected to be dissolved tomorrow to pave the way for the 14th General Election although there is speculation that the dissolution of Parliament will only take place next Wednesday.

Since last Wednesday, I have attended Parliament daily, but for the last six parliamentary sittings, the Speaker and Deputy Speaker could not see me, and I could not participate in the parliamentary debates nor my votes counted in parliamentary voting.

After being elected to Parliament for 10 terms spanning 45 years from 1969 to 2018 except for the 10th Parliament, I have become a parliamentary “ghost” since last Wednesday, when I was suspended for six months for the second time during the present Parliament for asking the very legitimate question as to where the Speaker, Tan Sri Pandikar Amin Mulia, derived powers to impose an embargo on the Election Commission’s Constituency Redelineation Report after it was tabled in the House on 22nd March 2018 – denying MPs the right to consult constituents and the Malaysian people on the Election Commission’s Report and to get public feedbacks before parliamentary debate on the Report. Read the rest of this entry »

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Fully endorse Anwar Ibrahim that two of the earliest decisions of the new Pakatan Harapan Malaysian Government will be making the Election Commission a truly independent body and repealing the Anti-Fake News law if it is passed next week

I have the honour to announce that the DAP and Pakatan Harapan candidate for the Rasah parliamentary seat in the 14th General Election will be the DAP Negri Sembilan State Secretary Cha Kee Chin and the candidate for the Negri Sembilan State Assembly seat for Seremban Jaya (formerly Senawang) will the incumbent State Assemblyman P. Gunasekaran.

The 14th General Election is a matter of days away, and everybody is expecting Parliament to be dissolved next week, either before or after the last parliamentary sitting on Thursday on April 5.

I fully endorse the announcement by Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim, whom the Pakatan Harapan has designated as the eighth Prime Minister of Malaysia, that two of the earliest decisions of the new Pakatan Harapan Malaysian Government after winning the 14th General Election and forming the new Malaysian Government with Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohamad as Prime Minister and Datuk Seri Dr. Wan Azizah Wan Ismail as Deputy Prime Minister will be making the Election Commission a truly independent body and repealing the Anti-Fake News law even if it is passed in Parliament next week.

The Constituency Redelineation Report of the Election Commission, which came into effect in less than 24 hours after it was bulldozed through Parliament on Wednesday (when I became a parliamentary “ghost” after being suspended for six months from Parliament for asking from where the Speaker, Tan Sri Pandikar Amin Mulia, had the powers to embargo the Election Commission Report for public discussion and feedback after the Report was tabled in Parliament the previous week).

It was a monstrous work of constituency gerrymandering, going against the two fundamental principles of the Malaysian Constitution providing for an independent and non-partisan Election Commission and ensuring free and fair elections, which will give Malaysia a new international epithet apart from being a global kleptocracy – a democracy which has become a rogue state! Read the rest of this entry »

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DAP will field Liow Cai Tung again for the Johor Jaya state assembly seat

DAP will be fielding DAP State Assemblywoman for Johor Jaya, Liow Cai Tung, to defend the Johor Jaya state assembly seat in the 14th General Election.

The Election Commission’s Constituency Redelineation Report is the worst case of gerrymandering in the six-decades of Malaysian electoral history.

The UMNO/BN coalition hope to steal 10 parliamentary seats in Peninsular Malaysia and some half a dozen state assembly seats in Johor through the latest constituency gerrymandering, so that they could continue in power in the state and nation. Read the rest of this entry »

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“A Ghost in Parliament”

By Steven Sim

A ghost came to Parliament today,
His voice haunted the Lower House,
The honourable members heard him say,
“Recall thy vows, recall thy vows.”

The Speaker said he cannot see,
The ghost whose voice we hear,
A minister taunted haughtily,
“The voice is all too familiar!”

‘Twas a voice which reverberated,
In many a noble assemblage,
Through centuries past it whispered,
In courts, and senates, and our little hearts.

And yet from his high chair, the Ref,
Cast a spell to turn a blind eye,
He made Parliament blind and deaf,
To our conscience ghostly cry.

Thus Parliament chose to sneer,
Conscience’s piercing call,
It may ignore the small voice here,
But lo, the Voice beyond the Hall.

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The Incident

On 28 March 2018, the Member of Parliament for Gelang Patah, Lim Kit Siang stood up to question why the Election Commission’s redelineation report was embargoed for six days after it was distributed to MPs, an unprecedented practice in the Malaysian parliament.

The Speaker of the Dewan Rakyat, Pandikar Amin Mulia not only refused to entertain Lim’s question, but when Lim pressed on, Pandikar ruled to evict him from the House. Lim refused to back down and Pandikar called on the government to move a motion naming Lim to suspend him from Parliament for six months.

Minister Azalina Othman moved the motion. No debate nor vote was called on the motion. Pandikar then adjourned the House but before that he threatened to call in the police if Lim is still in the House after the adjournment.

When Lim appeared in his seat after the short adjournment, Pandikar did not take any further action. However, when a division was taken later on the redelineation motion, Lim’s vote was not counted even though he was present and voted against the motion.

The next day, Pandikar ruled that Lim was now invisible stranger, who could not be seen nor heard by the Speaker.

When Lim tried to speak, Minister Noh Omar sneered at Lim for being a ghost who could not be seen but whose familiar voice was trying to say something nevertheless.

Lim Kit Siang is the fourth Member of Parliament to be evicted from the House this week, following the suspension of Ngeh Koo Ham (DAP-Beruas), Nga Kor Ming (DAP-Taiping) and V Sivakumar (DAP-Batu Gajah) on 26 March 2018 for questioning the Speaker’s decision to reject a motion on issue relating to 1MDB.

* Steven Sim is the Member of Parliament for Bukit Mertajam. He was in the Dewan Rakyat when the incident took place
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Will Najib heed the patriotic voice of reason from his brother Nazir to defer the Anti-Fake News Bill?

Will the Prime Minister, Datuk Seri Najib Razak, heed the patriotic voice of reason of his brother, Nazir Razak, for the Anti-Fake News Bill to be deferred?

All right-thinking Malaysians are one with Nazir in abhorring fake news, especially those based of lies and falsehoods maliciously aimed at inciting hatred or ill-will, but the Anti-Fake News Bill is not the answer to the problem of combating such fake news.

I have myself been a victim of fake news and false information for decades, demonizing me as anti-Malay, anti-Islam; cause of May 13 riots in Kuala Lumpur in 1969 when I was never in Kuala Lumpur during the relevant period; a communist; agent of foreign powers having been accused of being agent of CIA, M16, KGB and Australian Intelligence; that I have received RM1 billion from Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohamad to allow the entry of PPBM into Pakatan Harapan, received RM100 million from Malaysian tycoon Robert Kuok, financed a news portal with RM40 million donation, received more than a billion ringgit from Israeli sources, and other monstrous and evil lies. Read the rest of this entry »

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The Anti-Fake News Bill is in fact a Save Najib from 1MDB Scandal Bill which will criminalise all news about 1MDB scandal in Malaysia available worldwide and punishable as “fake news”

The 13th Parliament is treated with utter contempt in this last parliamentary meeting and the world is watching how a Parliament in a global kleptocracy is reduced into a farce and charade.

Yesterday, the constituency redelineation report of the Election Commission was rammed through Parliament, without giving MPs any time or opportunity whatsoever to get public feedback or seek public consultation on the Election Commission’s new constituency redelineation proposals, which made a mockery of the constitutional principles of one man, one vote, one value and an independent Election Commission which commands the confidence of Malaysians – just to maintain Malaysia as a global kleptocracy.

Today, Parliament is asked to pass the Anti-Fake News Bill which is nothing but a Save Najib from 1MDB Scandal Bill, which will criminalise all news about the 1MDB scandal in Malaysia which is available worldwide and punishable as fake news with excessive penalties of RM500,000 fine, 10 years jail or both.

I have been a victim of fake news and false information for decades, demonizing me as anti-Malay, anti-Islam; cause of May 13 riots in Kuala Lumpur in 1969 when I was never in Kuala Lumpur during the relevant period; agent of foreign powers one and the same time, agent of CIA, M16, KGB and Australian Intelligence; having received RM1 billion from Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohamad to allow the entry of PPBM into Pakatan Harapan, received RM100 million from Malaysian tycoon Robert Kuok, financed a news portal with RM40 million, received more than a billion ringgit from Israeli sources, and other monstrous and evil lies.

Are the Income Tax department and the Special Branch in Malaysia so inefficient, incompetent and unprofessional to allow such dastardly activities to take place in the past few decades without knowing about them? Read the rest of this entry »

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DAP appoints a panel of four MP-lawyers headed by Ramkarpal Singh (Bukit Glugor) and comprising Teo Nie Ching (Kulai), Lim Lip Eng (Segambut) and Thomas Su (Ipoh Timor) to defend Wong Chin Huat for breaking embargo on the Election Commission’s Constituency Redelineation Report

DAP has appointed a panel of four MP-lawyers headed by Ramkarpal Singh (Bukit Glugor) and comprising Teo Nie Ching (Kulai), Lim Lip Eng (Segambut) and Thomas Su (Ipoh Timor) to defend political analyst Wong Chin Huat for breaking the embargo on the Election Commission’s Constituency Redelineation Report.

Chin Huat broke the embargo at a public forum on “How Malaysia’s Elections Are Being Stolen” in Kuala Lumpur today and released the Election Commission’s report in full on NGO ENGAGE’s website.

Chin Huat said he was compelled to break the embargo as the contents of the report would have “disastrous” implication and he was breaking the law for the sake of the country.

I commend Chin Huat for his patriotic action, which reminded me of Gandhi’s Salt Protest and Salt march in March 1930, which started with Gandhi’s act of non-violent civil disobedience against British colonial rule to produce salt from the seawater in the coastal village of Dandi (now Gujarat).

I agree with Chin Huat that there is no acceptable reason for the imposition of an embargo once the Election Commission’s Report had been tabled in Parliament last Thursday. Read the rest of this entry »

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Will Parliament be dissolved after the Election Commission’s 2018 redelineation proposals are passed by the Dewan Rakyat next Wednesday?

There are speculation galore about when is the much anticipated 14th General Election – expected to be held within the next 50 days.

Will it be held after the Election Commission’s most controversial 2018 Constituency Redelineation Proposals, which is still officially “embargoed” from public discourse because of the shocking “embargo” ruling of the Speaker Tan Sri Pandikar Amin Mulia, is passed by the Barisan Nasional simple majority in the Dewan Rakyat next Wednesday?

If Parliament is dissolved on Thursday, March 29, then Polling Day may fall on Saturday, 28th April 2018. Read the rest of this entry »

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Is the Election Commission’s Final Report on the 2018 Constituency Redelineation the most dishonest, dishonorable and disgraceful as compared to previous four Election Commission Constituency Redelineattion Proposals Report that the Speaker has to impose a ridiculous embargo!

The question uppermost in minds of many today is whether the Election Commission’s Final Report on the 2018 Constituency Redelineation the most dishonest, dishonorable and disgraceful as compared to previous four Election Commission Constituency Redelineattion Proposals Report in the past four decades that the Speaker has to impose a ridiculous embargo!

In fact, will Election Commission’s final report on constituency redelineation be proof to justify the British international weekly magazine, the Economist’s 8th March, 2018 article titled “Stop, thief! Malaysia’s PM is about to steal an election”? Read the rest of this entry »

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Speaker Pandikar should correct his grave error and misjudgment in embargoing the final Election Commission Report on constituency redelineation from the public as it is a public document when tabled in Parliament for MPs to get public feedback

I went to Parliament yesterday before noon and left the Dewan Rakyat Chambers for the Dewan Rakyat media centre for a noon media conference.

Half way from the Chambers to the media centre on the ground floor, a parliamentary attendant ran after me saying that I was not allowed to remove the Election Comission’s Final Report on Constituency Redelineation from the Chambers.

I ignored the parliamentary attendant because it was unprecedented and never happened in the history of parliamentary democracy since Merdeka in 1957 that a Member of Parliament is not allowed to take away a report or document officially tabled in Parliament.

Furthermore, there is nothing in the Dewan Rakyat Standing Orders to allow for such a ludicrous ruling to be made.

It was after the media conference in Parliament that l learnt of the episode in the Dewan, reducing Parliament almost to a circus, on whether MPs could touch, open and read the Election Commission’s final report on constituency redelineation proposals. Read the rest of this entry »

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Notice of parliamentary motion to reject PAC Report on 1MDB scandal tabled in April 2016 and instruction to PAC to conduct fuller and more comprehensive investigation into 1MDB scandal to cleanse Malaysia of ill-repute as global kleptocracy

I have today submitted a motion to the Speaker Tan Sri Pandikar Amin Mulia which reads:

“That this House rejects the Report of the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) on 1MDB tabled in April 2016 as unsatisfactory and not comprehensive enough and resolves that the PAC should conduct a fuller and more comprehensive investigation in the 1MDB scandal which had brought Malaysia the 3Is – infamy, ignominy and iniquity – of a global kleptocracy.”

In compliance with Standing Order requirement for motions which require 14 days’ notice, I call on the Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department in charge of parliamentary affairs, Datuk Seri Azalina Othman, to ensure that this motion can be debated on the last sitting of Parliament on April 5, 2018 and that a full day is set aside for the debate on this motion. Read the rest of this entry »

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Call on Speaker Pandikar to ensure that Parliament does not become a rubber-stamp to approve the the Prime Minister’s Constituency Redelineation Proposals without ample time for MPs to study them and to get public feedback

Desptite considerable media speculation, neither the highly anticipated Election Commission Report on new constituency redcelineation proposals which the Election Commission submitted to the Prime Minister on March 9 nor is the Prime Minister’s motion to give effect to the Election Commission’s new constituency proposals are on the table of MPs today.

I call on the Speaker of Parliament, Tan Sri Pandikar Amin Mulia to ensure that Parliament does not become a rubber-stamp to approve the Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak’s Constituency Redelineation Proposals without ample time for Members of Parliament to study them and to get public feedback.

As correctly pointed out by the Bersih acting chairperson Sharul Aman Mohd Saari, Najib can under Section 9 of the Thirteenth Schedule of the Constitution further alter the Election Commission’s final report on the redrawing of electoral boundaries before tabling it to Parliament.

The Prime Minister can for instance reinstate the Election Commission’s first constituency redelineation proposals for Selangor, which had been substituted by the EC’s second constituency redelikneation proposals.
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Kit Siang supports filing of a motion to review the Speaker’s rejection of questions and motions concerning 1MDB scandal

I support the filing of motion in Parliament to review the Speaker’s rejection of questions and motions concerning the 1MDB scandal.

Three DAP MPs, Nga Kor Ming (Taiping), Ngeh Koo Ham (Beruas) and V. Sivakumar (Batu Gajah) have received an ultimatum from the Speaker, Tan Sri Pandikar Amin Mulia, demanding that they make an open apology to him for their remarks about the Speaker’s rejection of an emergency motion on the seizure of the luxury superyacht Equanimity of Jho Low and questions related to the 1MDB scandal or face “stern action”.

Under what section of the Dewan Rakyat Standing Orders does it give the Speaker the powers to unilaterally decide what is said outside Parliament constituted contempt of the Speaker and empower the Speaker to impose punishments?

The Speaker was ill-advised to send such ultimatum to the three DAP MPs demanding public apology or to face “stern action”.

The Speaker should consult with Parliamentarians from both sides of the divide on matters affecting Parliament and not just consult with the Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department in charge of parliamentary affairs.

I am prepared to stand corrected, but Pandikar has clearly exceeded his powers in writing such an ultimatum to the three DAP MPs for their remarks outside parliamentary proceedings.

(Media Statement in Parliament on Thursday, 15th March 2018)

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Malaysians must have a Parliament which they can feel proud – a Parliament which understands the Malaysian Dream of all Malaysians and not one which is like the traditional three moneys, eyes that see not, ears that hear not and mouth that speaks not

Last night was the launch of the book by the DAP Selangor State Assemblywoman for Damansara Utama Yeo Bee Yin, the youngest member of the Selangor State Assembly, “Reimagining Malaysia”.

A small-town girl from Batu Anam, Segamat who have become an engineer after being recipient of the Gates Cambridge University Scholarship, Bee Yin tells in the book the story of her personal journey, her hopes and dreams for the country.

As I said in the foreword to the book, I believe most Malaysians have a dream to want to make Malaysia a better country for the people and themselves, which is shunted aside or snuffed out altogether by the exigencies of life, including parental expectations and pressures.

We must find ways to respond to these inner voices and give them room for expression.

Recently, it was reported that low wages and a lack of jobs have forced about 5,000 Malaysians to work and live illegally in South Korea, suffering human rights abuses and even denial of wages, many left to fend for themselves after suffering workplace accidents and getting fired.

Apart from the question as to what the Malaysian Embassy in Seoul is doing to look after the interests of these 5,000 illegal Malaysians in South Korea, the question we must ask is why these 5,000 Malaysians have gone to South Korea? Read the rest of this entry »

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The Prime Minister should not table the Election Commission’s unconstitutional Constituency Redelineation Report in Parliament or ask for a vote until outcome of judicial challenges that Election Commission had not fully complied with constitutional requirements

The Cabinet at its weekly meeting tomorrow should decide that the Prime Minister should not table the Election Commission’s unconstitutional Constituency Redelineation Report in Parliament or ask for a vote until the outcome of judicial challenges that Election Commission had not fully complied with constitutional requirements.

This follows the announcement by Bersih Acting Chairman Shahrul Aman Mohd Saari that several voters in Selangor who were denied the right to be heard by the Election Commission during the second public enquiry had filed actions in court.
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I have emailed Swiss MPs asking them to support the motion in Swiss Parliament to repatriate RM430 million 1MDB-related funds confiscated from Swiss banks because of corruption to Malaysia to benefit Malaysians harmed by the 1MDB scandal

I have emailed Swiss Members of Parliament asking them to support the motion in Swiss Parliament to repatriate RM430 million 1MDB-related funds confiscated from Swiss banks because of money-laundering and other corrupt practices to Malaysia so as to benefit Malaysians harmed by the international mega 1MDB financial scandal.

The Swiss Parliament is to debate a motion on Tuesday calling for the repatriation of confiscated corruption funds, including the CHF104 million (RM430 million) allegedly stolen and money-laundered from 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB).

Lawmakers at the national council, the lower house of the Swiss federal assembly, are expected to vote on the matter on Thursday. Read the rest of this entry »

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Najib should return the Constituency Redelineation Report to the Election Commission for it to rectify failure to fully comply with constitutional requirements and due process

The Prime Minister, Datuk Seri Najib Razak should return the Constituency Redelineation Report submitted to him by the Election Commission on Friday for the Election Commission to rectify failure to fully comply with constitutional requirements and due process.

The Election Commission has been accused of cheating in the redelineation exercise and failure to comply with the various constitutional requirements when conducting review of the delimitation of constituencies.

The Prime Minister must be mindful of international opinion which are most wary about attempts to cheat and steal the 14th General Election to be held shortly. Read the rest of this entry »

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Warning to Communications and Multimedia Deputy Minister Jailani, UMNO/BN fake papers and “quinoa cybertroopers” not to play with fire by spreading fake news that I have criticised and attacked the Yang di Pertuan Agong

I want to give a warning to the Communications and Multimedia Deputy Minister, Datuk Seri Jailani Johari, the UMNO/BN fake papers like Berita Harian and New Straits Times and the army of UMNO/BN “quinoa cybertroopers” not to play with fire and spread false news that I have criticised and attacked the Yang di Pertuan Agong.

I understand that such fake news that I have criticised and attacked the Yang di Pertuan Agong had gone viral this morning.

It all started with the “fake news” published by today’s Berita Harian in the report ‘Kit Siang bersikap biadap, perlekeh titah Agong’, which among other things said:

“KUALA LUMPUR: Ketua Parlimen DAP, Lim Kit Siang, disifatkan sebagai biadab, kerana mengeluarkan kenyataan yang memperlekeh dan menghina titah Yang di-Pertuan Agong, Sultan Muhammad V.

“Ia susulan kenyataan Kit Siang ketika sidang media di Parlimen hari ini, yang menyifatkan titah Seri Paduka pada pembukaan Mesyuarat Pertama Penggal Keenam Sidang Parlimen Ke-13 semalam, sebagai ucapan dasar kerajaan pimpinan Perdana Menteri, Datuk Seri Najib Razak.

“Malah, Kit Siang yang juga Ahli Parlimen Gelang Patah, secara terbuka menyatakan beliau kecewa dengan titah Yang di-Pertuan Agong itu.

“Timbalan Menteri Komunikasi dan Multimedia yang juga Ahli Parlimen Hulu Terengganu, Datuk Seri Jailani Johari, menyifatkan kenyataan Kit Siang itu menunjukkan sikapnya yang biadab serta tidak menghormati Yang di-Pertuan Agong dan institusi Diraja.”

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