Friday, October 30, 2009

BN Fed Up With MCA's antics

BN Backbencher asks MCA President Ong Tee Keat to quit - The Sun, 30th Oct (print version only)

A BN parliamentarian has asked both Ong Tee Kiat and Koh Tsu Khoon to quit as they were no longer wanted by their members. Saying that Ong has broken his promise of quitting if he loses the EGM vote, Datuk Mohamad Aziz said if the two ministers have pride they should quit immediately instead of dragging all of BN into disrepute.

MCA's president Ong and his VP Chua has recently reconciled after a year of infighting after they realised members were out to dump both of them.

Meanwhile Koh was labeled a under performing minister who lost the state of Penang.

Now Showing: Let's Be Friends Or They Will Get Rid Of Us

The cast:

Wee Ka Siong: Ong not telling the truth

Muhyiddin: No transparency in MCA

Ong Tee Keat: Place self-interest above party

Liow Tiong Lai: I am being poisoned

Wee and Chew: We are not traitors

Penang MCA: Everyone should resign

Ng Yen Yen: I am not quitting

- Show will run for 2 weeks only! Advance booking available! -

JR: You definitely can't trust someone who shakes hands with his sworn enemy!

Friday, October 23, 2009

Another corrupt politician gets away

Lingam gets the last laugh as Najib lets him go scot-free

After keeping quiet for a very long time, suddenly it is revealed that VK Lingam has done nothing wrong! Someone very high up is definitely being protected from being prosecuted.

"When a politician was wrongly accused of complaining on the level of noise from a mosque, she was arrested under ISA. When it comes to investigating an RM 2,400 discrepancy in an invoice, the person being investigated died in the MACC office.

However when it comes to "big shots", and despite the royal commission's recommendations, the case was hushed-up. Now tell me, is this the kind of government that we want come the next general election? To all right-minded rakyat, please be smart and vote wisely."

"This bombshell should overshadow whatever alleged gains by BN in Bagan Pinang. Dr M and Najib are looking out for each other."

- Readers' comments in Malaysiakini.

Opposition Leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim while debating on Judges’ Code of Ethics, said despite recommendation from the royal commission, all escaped facing the music.

“This is not rule of law. This is law of the jungle,” he said, adding that findings of the Royal Commissions in Malaysia seemed to carry no weight.