Lim Sian See writes:

Is this Mukhriz for real? His lying skills need to be brushed up if he is to reach the dizzying cheat-own-self heights of his father.

(Dad just told Singapore press that no one ever protested against him and demanded he resign as PM - even though the 1987-88 Ku Li-Musa and 1998-2003 Reformasi fights were so well documented)

Mukhriz tried to deflect the Press secretary's statement saying that Mahathir wants Mukhriz to be Prime Minister, which Mukhriz denied he has no such ambition.

In reply to this denial, the PM's Press Sec asked a simple question:

"Why contest for UMNO VP if you don't harbour any ambition to be Prime Minister?"

Instead of answering the question directly, Mukhriz gave 3 reasons - all of which tak boleh pakai.

1st reason. I am only an ADUN and not a MP. The PM (whoever that person is) won't elect me as Senator for me to take over his place as PM.

- This is an absolutely idiotic reply. Firstly, no one said you must become PM straight-away. The allegation was that Mahathir wanted you to be PM eventually and pave the way for you using people like Muhyiddin.

- Mukhriz was MP for Jerlun before in 2008 and no one said that you cannot contest back as a MP in 2018 should Najib be forced to surrender the President post to Muhyiddin or someone else. So no need to talk about senator nonsense.

2nd reason: Being a Vice-President does not guarantee that you will become President and then PM.

Dude, you for real? Yes, being VP does not guarantee you that you will become President/PM but NOT being VP basically means your task to become President is much tougher. Being VP is A positive step towards president. Not Being VP is a negative step.

Yes another rubbish reason.

3rd reason: You don't have to be a Yang Berhormat (YB) to contest Vice President post.

Among the three idiotic answers, this is the most idiotic answer and does not even dignify a reply.

It's like saying you don't have to be any smart to be Mahathir's son.

What are you talking about? DUH!

Just be honest and say that yes, I want to be PM because my father wants for me to be PM.

And that is why my father was very angry when I lost in 2013 and blamed Najib and UMNO. He also threw a tantrum after I lost and quit Petronas just a month later and he then plotted and planned to remove Najib after that.

Some honesty would be great instead of 3 absolutely stupid reasons.


Source of this post:

PETALING JAYA: Datuk Abdul Rahman Dahlan (pic) has challenged Lim Guan Eng to sue him for defamation after the Penang Chief Minister claimed that he “chickened out” of his debate challenge.

The Urban Wellbeing, Housing and Local Government Minister alleged that Lim was talking like an “uncivilised street hustler” rather than observing the decorum of a chief minister.

“If you think what I exposed about you was a bluff, just sue me for defamation. I will gladly see you in court!

“As a street hustler, you cleverly used my deference to the office of the IGP and MACC as a sign of a cowardice,” Abdul Rahman, who is also Kota Belud MP, said in a series of tweets on Sunday.

This followed after the Penang Chief Minister claimed Abdul Rahman should admit that he failed miserably to live up to expectations of a minister after “chickening out” of his own debate challenge with Lim.

The duo were due to debate live on the Taman Manggis land issue last week but an advisory panel of the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) and the Inspector-General of Police had asked for the debate to be cancelled.

From DAP Insider:

“I do not understand why my agreement to selling the house to CM has been blown up to such a big national issue when I have no business dealings with the state government.”

The above words were in the Statutory Declaration affirmed by Miss Phang Li Koon, the seller of the underpriced Bungalow to Penang CM Lim Guan Eng.

This is an absolute lie. Phang Li Khoon and her boss for 20 years who also owns KLIDC have had many business relationships with the Penang State Government through many different companies.

One of these companies is Magnificent Emblem Sdn Bhd, which is also involved in property development – which means it is inevitable that it must deal with the state government.Here is a letter signed by Phang on behalf of Magnificent Emblem where KLIDC owner Tang Yong Chew is the majority shareholder and Phang the minority shareholder.

You can compare her signature with the one on the SD above.

Click here for more shocking information and documents:


15 April 2016

We note yesterday’s statement by Saudi Arabia’s Foreign Minister, who said that their donation to the Prime Minister was genuine, that nothing was expected in return, that the Attorney General has thoroughly investigated the matter and found no wrongdoing, and that Saudi Arabia considers the matter closed.‎

 This confirms what the Prime Minister maintained all along, and what multiple lawful authorities concluded after exhaustive investigations: the funds were a donation from Saudi Arabia.

 This also proves that the wild allegations pushed for one year by Tun Mahathir Mohamad and his Anti-Najib Campaign are completely false.

 Tun Mahathir’s lies were motivated by personal interest, not care for Malaysia or the people. It was an attempt to use deception to unseat a democratically-elected government, just to save the political career of Tun Mahathir’s son, Dato' Seri Mukhriz Mahathir.

 Western media who allowed themselves to be used to propagate false politically-motivated allegations should apologise to the Malaysian people.

 And Tun Mahathir should held responsible for the damage he has inflicted on Malaysia’s reputation.”



Kudos to the Penang Appeals Board for a very firm decision in defending its stay order over this controversial project. MBPP has been put in its rightful place and must not only pay the fine but must govern Penang wisely for the betterment of Penangites!

By Opalyn Mok, Malay Mail

GEORGE TOWN, April 13 — The Penang Appeals Board ordered the Penang Island City Council (MBPP) today to pay RM35,000 in total costs after telling it off for appealing against the board’s stay order over a high rise project in Tanjung Pinang off Tanjung Tokong.

The coast off the island in the background (where the high rises are) is marked for the proposed Sri Tanjung Pinang II reclamation project that will cover 706 acres. — Picture by K.E. Ooi 

The board chairman Datuk Yeo Yang Poh ordered MBPP to pay costs of RM20,000 to the appellants and RM15,000 to the planning applicant.

“The board has powers to grant stay orders as provided under Section 23(3) and Section 36(10)(g) of the Town and Country Planning Act 1976,” he said as he rejected MBPP’s submissions that the board did not have the power to order a stay.

The board had granted the appellants, consisting of residents of Seri Tanjung Pinang, a stay order on the planning permission for the project, City Of Dreams, which is made of two 39-storey condominium blocks.

MBPP, in its appeal against the stay order, submitted that the board did not have the power to grant stay orders.It also argued that the board did not need to take public interest into account when making such decisions.

Yeo labelled the council’s submission that the board do not need to take public interest into account as “absurd”.

“It defies common sense as matters of public interest is certainly relevant in the function of the board,” he said.

He said all aspects of the planning law was in the interest of the public and that it was the board’s responsibility to take into account public interest.

He pointed out that the issue of the board not having the power to grant stay orders based on public interest has never been raised since its formation in 1989.

“I am surprised that the respondent as a public authority could take up such an issue and present such points without putting enough work in it,” he said.

Yeo criticised MPPP’s arguments, saying the council did not appear to have made any effort to understand the case before submitting an appeal against the stay order.

“It is worrying that the respondent doesn’t seem to understand what transpired in this case,” he said.

He said the council’s pursuit of the case does not sit well with its role as a public authority especially when it has a duty to safeguard public interest.

Yeo later extended the stay order against the planning permission until the next decision date to be fixed later.

The planning applicant, Ewein Zenith Sdn Bhd, is only allowed to do piling works and works necessary for piling for the project.

It had initially obtained planning approval for the project in March 2015 before the board granted the appellants a stay order against the project late last year.-


The following article was published on February 13, 2013 by FMT. Three years down the road, it still rings true.

As long as you are not with DAP, they will make sure you suffer and there is no peace for you. 

Kalau you mahu niaga di Penang, mereka akan pastikan you mampus dulu.

This is DAP.


By Hawkeye, FMT

GEORGE TOWN: Politics in Malaysia has taken a turn for the worst now compared to the last decade, said a state Gerakan leader.

Malaysians have generally entered a phase where hatred reigns over rational thinking or national unity, according to Penang Gerakan vice-chairman Wong Mun Hoe.

And he blames DAP for encouraging such hatred by instigating people to disrespect their political rivals through the distortion of facts and by adopting partisanship at all times.

“DAP is forcing people to take sides. They want partisan politics to be the order of the day. This is unhealthy in a country as diverse as Malaysia where different races and religions or value systems are trying to co-exist,” he said.

Wong said that one cannot practise politics of “either you are with us or against us” and must understand that some people (fence-sitters) take a longer time to decide and some may not want to decide at all.

Essentially, he added, politics in Malaysia should be about nation building and uniting the people, not the opposite of fueling hatred at every corner.

Unity is democracy at its best and its roots can only be strengthened if everyone learns to respect each other’s opinion and ways in a constructive way, Wong said.

He added that politicking is essentially about furthering one’s own causes and beliefs but not to an extend of imposing one’s belief on others.

If one wants to impose things then it is tantamount to becoming a dictator or advocating communism, he stressed.

“Real support comes freely from those who accept it. Those who are forced to accept it, would only do so insincerely,” he pointed out.

Wong said that people should regard politics as a difference of opinions but must also be matured to accept a diverse range of opinions and approaches.

With the general election listed as just weeks away, he said the capacity of the people to think rationally should hold sway over those who are overly emotional.

He expected the silent majority, those who practise the Asian values of appreciation and mutual respect to hold sway over online users who post crude and rude comments just because they have a different opinion.

Wong said Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng must also learn to be more statesman-like in view of his position and the stature he enjoys in society here.

“Lim has a tendency to play the politics of hatred at every instance. He must realise there is a time and day for politics and there is also time for administrating,” added the Gerakan leader.


DAP Insider
Despite Lim Guan Eng’s frequent denials that he was not involved in the award and the approvals of the KLIDC project, this document proves otherwise.

A 20th April 2012 memo sent by Dato Ng Wee Kok, a Special Assistant to Lim Guan Eng, sent using the letterhead of Chief Minister’s Office, shows that Lim Guan Eng had personally intervened to improve the plot density of the planned development of the Taman Manggis land for the benefit of KLIDC Sdn Bhd
This memo was addressed to the Penang State Secretary, Dato’ Seri Farizan Darus, and to then President of the Majlis Perbandaran Pulau Pinang (MPPP) and now Mayor of the Penang Island City Counci, Datuk Patahiyah Ismail.
The memo states that personally written instructions (catatan) by Lim Guan Eng to the State Secretary and MPPP on a request letter from KLIDC was attached.
While I have not been able obtain the attached letter, my source have told me that it was specific instructions to increase the plot ratio of the approval from 1:55 to 1:7 – which gives building floor space approval equivalent to two additional plots of the Taman Manggis land.

Simple calculations using the increased plot ratio and a conservative commercial built-up price of RM300 to RM400 per square feet would show that this personal intervention by the CM would have increased the commercial value of KLIDC’s project by another RM30 million to RM40 million.
Recent signed and stamped sale documents by KLIDC exposed by Rahman Dahlan had shown the land and project is now worth RM70.6 million, a huge RM59 million windfall profit above the RM11.5 million paid to the state govt six years ago even though the land remains undeveloped.

We call on the investigating authorities to haul up the names in this leaked memo for immediate questioning to determine the truth about the memo and if the Chief Minister’s unusual personal intervention on a land matter and building approval may have unfairly benefited KLIDC and the value of their land.
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