Secret Exposed – How BN Flew In Phantom Voters

13 05 2013

Anwar accused that the ruling Barisan Nasional had brought in more than 40,000 phantom voters to vote for BN during the PRU13. 

Prime Minister Najib Razak answered:

“Mereka bawa cerita kononnya kita mengimport 40,000 Mat Bangla untuk mengundi dalam pilihan raya. Kalau nak bawa 40,000 Mat Bangla, sebuah Jumbo muatannya 400 bererti 100 buah Jumbo terpaksa mendarat di lapangan terbang. Saya nak tanya kepada pembangkang, tunjuk di mana ada 100 buah jumbo yang telah mendarat di lapangan terbang kita.”

But PM Najib did not know that Anwar had found out BN’s secret …

TADDAAA!

TADDAAA! This is how BN flew in the “Banglas” to Malaysia from Bangladesh :mrgreen: (Image from Pisau.Net)

But after I saw the photo, I’m scared if there will be Banglas falling down from the sky and worst if there will be a rain of Mat Banglas …





GE13:Should BN Politicians Who Are Not Chosen As Candidates Support PR?

18 04 2013

Barisan Nasional’s leader, Yang Amat Berhormat Dato’ Sri Mohammad Najib Bin Tun Abdul Razak has announced the BN’s candidates for the coming 13th General Election.

I’m sure that the chosen ones are happy to have been chosen but I’m not sure if all of the BN’s politicians who are not chosen as candidates are happy for their teammates and will still work hard for the party during the campaign period.

It is a pity that when this happens, there are politicians who had not been nominated as candidates will sabotage their teammates and even vote for the oppositions as a revenge.

That is indeed a very bad thing to do and they will not gain anything by doing so.

Imagine what will they feel if others do that to them later and what will happen if the oppositions win the election.

And when that happened, sometimes BN lost in the election as in some cases during the 12th General Election.

But some politicians are very selfish and only think about themselves; not their party, the people or their country.

Before the nomination day, they told people that the oppositions will destroy the country and when they are not chosen, some will talk bad things about BN, sabotage their teammates or campaign for the oppositions or even join the oppositions parties together with their supporters.

Of course they must be sad because they feel that they have worked very hard and done very well and deserved to be nominated as a candidate but adults always tell children like me, we cannot always get what we wanted.

As I wrote earlier, revenge won’t bring any good to the party and politicians must be faithful to their party if they think that their party is the best to lead the country.

My advice to those politicians is to work hard for BN as if they were the candidate themselves to make sure that BN wins in the coming general election.

Maybe in the next general election, they will be chosen as candidates and the candidates whom they helped before, will campaign and vote for them.

As the idiom says, ‘a friend in need is a friend indeed’.

Sometimes I wanted something from my mother and she promised to give it to me the next day but something happened and I only receive them months later.

I was sad and sometimes I complained and I cried but my mother keeps on telling me that but Allah knows better what is the best for me; and for the same reason Allah knows best why things happened the way they happened.

Maybe there will be certain problems that will happen that the other person cannot face or solve but the nominated politicians could.

We should be thankful to all the things that Allah gave us and understand that Allah is always watching us.

It is good enough to be a politician and be able to work for the country; in fact one can still help others even if one is not in power.

After all we cannot get everything in this world just for us alone; so please be an honest and responsible politician.

Stop doing silly things and stop behaving like little children, remember, there’s no fool like an old fool.

That is why we should not vote PAKATAN RAKYAT!

Vote for BARISAN NASIONAL!





Who Will Be Pakatan’s PM; Anwar Or Haji Hadi?

19 11 2012

BERNAMA reported that:

PAS’s president Datuk Seri Haji Abdul Hadi Awang welcomed the suggestion for him to be appointed as the Prime Minister (PM) if the the opposition wins the 13th General Election.

So now some of PAS’s members suggested that Haji Hadi should becomes the PM instead of Anwar Ibrahim!

Do all of the opposition leaders agree with the suggestion?

Now let’s see what did some of them say about it:

Datuk Seri Haji Abdul Hadi Awang (PAS’s President)

“Sometimes, it can be ‘syok’ (a thrill) (to be proposed for PM post) but I ask God that Islam be the winner. After that (I) can be anything, or even die,” he said in his winding-up speech at PAS’ 58th Annual Muktamar (General Assembly), here, Sunday – BERNAMA.

Mohamad Sabu (PAS’s Deputy President)

PAS deputy president Mohamad Sabu, meanwhile, said the party’s central committee had never en­­dorsed Hadi for the post. “(PKR adviser Datuk Seri) Anwar Ibrahim is the chosen one, even if Pakatan has not endorsed his candidacy in black and white,” he said. Mohamad also described the call to nominate Hadi as prime minister as merely Ulama representative Hairun Nizam’s “personal view”. “Even Lim and his son (DAP secretary-general) Guan Eng have agreed that Anwar is the choice. But we do not know what the scenario will be like 100 years from now,” he said – The Star.

Why does the senior PAS leader do not want his party’s president to become the PM?

If the Deputy President of PAS does not support his own party’s president to become the PM, then why should he be in PAS?

Dr. Tan Seng Giaw (DAP Deputy Chairman)

The consensus from all three parties in the Opposition pact was that Anwar was the candidate for prime minister. “So, whether the Ulama wing in PAS says otherwise, it makes no difference,” he said – The Star.

PAS always claims to its supporters that PAS is the strongest party in the Pakatan Rakyat.

Then if they are really the strongest party; why doesn’t their ally party, DAP supports the idea of Haji Hadi as the PM?

Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim (Opposition Leader/ de facto of PKR)

Anwar said he would discuss the matter with his Pakatan colleagues.“It’s okay. No problem. We will discuss in a nice manner”, he said and quickly got into his car after launching a convention on national education at Universiti Selangor – The Star.

I think Anwar tried to avoid from answering by quickly getting into his car because Anwar feels that he should be the Prime Minister and not Haji Hadi.

Now that some of PAS’s members had named Haji Hadi as Pakatan Rakyat’s PM, I wonder who else will be named as Pakatan Rakyat’s PM before the 13th General Election?

So, who’s next?





Budget 2013

28 09 2012

At 3:50 pm this afternoon, I watched our Prime Minister, Dato’ Sri Najib Razak tabled the Budget 2013 on television.

Dato’ Sri Haji Mohammad Najib bin Tun Haji Abdul Razak tabling the Budget 2013, Friday September 28, 2012. Photo from Berita Harian,

It was held in the Parliament.

A view during the Budget 2013 tabling in the Parliament, Friday September 28, 2012.  Photo from Berita Harian,

During the Budget 2013 tabling, the Prime Minister spoke about how the government is going to spend the country’s money for the people in 2013.

But I don’t really understand what he says during the tabling.

Anyway one of the things that I understand is that he wanted to help the people in Malaysia to own houses.

Is it a good budget?

I do not know whether it is good or not.

So, I asked my father about it and he answered that the Budget 2013 is a good budget.

I think that deep in his heart, the Opposition Leader, Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim also thinks that Budget 2013 is a good budget but he could not admit it to other people because it is Dato’ Sri Najib Razak’s idea, so he’ll say that his ideas are much better.





Happy Merdeka Day/ Happy Independence Day

31 08 2010

Happy Merdeka Day ❗

It means it is Malaysia’s Independence Day.

Malaysia was independence from British on 31\8\57.

So, this year is our 53rd ‘Merdaka Day’ (Independence Day).

The Malaysian Flag (Jalur Gemilang)

The ‘Father of Independence’ or ‘Bapa Kemerdekaan’ is YM Tengku Abdul Rahman Putra Al-Haj.

Tengku Abdul Rahman Putra Al-Haj is the first Prime Minister of Malaysia.

Now the Prime Minister is Datuk Seri Najib Tun Abdul Razak

People in Malaysia put the Malaysian flag at their houses.

I put my Malaysian flag at my house too.

I wonder what is the Argentinian Independence Day called ❓





Going To Melaka (Malacca)

10 10 2009

Yesterday I went to Melaka with Uncle Osman Mokhtar El-Mubarak, Aunty Yaman and big sister Arwa.

Uncle Osman is my father’s old friend from  Khartoum, Sudan.

Uncle Osman studied in the USA with my father long, long time ago.

We went to fetch Uncle Osman at 7:35 AM from the Sucasa Hotel.

First I went to Taman Mini Malaysia & Taman Mini Asean in Ayer Keroh.

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Next we drove to the city of Malacca.

There are a lot of historical buildings for example Porta De Santiago, Fort A Famosa, the Stadthuys, old shop houses and others.

I saw a Chevrolet belonged to the first Malaysian Prime Minister Tunku Abdul Rahman Putra Al-Haj at a museum in Malacca.

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We had lunch with Uncle Fauzan and his son abang Mohammad Arif.

After lunch we went to the Straits Mosque in Pulau Melaka or Melaka Island.

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Pulau Melaka is not a real island but it is a man made island.

Next we went to the Malacca Crocodile Park.

We saw baby crocodiles and big crocodiles.08102009(168)

I was afraid of those crocodiles.

The crocodiles did not move.

I think the crocodiles were paralyzed.

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Datuk Seri Najib Tun Abdul Razak is the 6th Prime Minister of Malaysia

3 04 2009

Datuk Seri Najib bin Tun Razak

Datuk Seri Najib bin Tun Razak

Today the Prime Minister of Malaysia is Datuk Seri Najib Tun Abdul Razak.

Datuk Seri Najib Tun Abdul Razak is from Barisan Nasional.

Datuk Seri Najib Tun Abdul Razak is the eldest son of the second Prime Minister of Malaysia.

The first Prime Minister of Malaysia is Tunku Abdul Rahman Putra Al-Haj (1957-1971).

The second Prime Minister of Malaysia is Tun Abdul Razak bin Hussein (1971-1976).

The third Prime Minister of Malaysia is Tun Hussein bin Onn (1976-1981).

The forth Prime Minister of Malaysia is Tun Dr. Mahathir bin Mohamad (1981-2003).

The fifth Prime Minister of Malaysia is Tun Abdullah bin Ahmad Badawi (2003-2009).

The sixth Prime Minister of Malaysia is Datuk Seri Najib Tun Abdul Razak.

I think Dato’ Seri Abdullah bin Ahmad Badawi is now Tun Abdullah because he is not a Prime Minister anymore.








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