A Nation cannot be governed based on differing agendas

Two points show up in what is being reported about the former PM and now a Chairman of a fallout party.

In responding to a question posed by political analyst and academic, Wong Chin Huat, Tun Dr Mahathir who once upon a time ruled the nation in the typical fashion of the cliche, ‘iron hands in velvet gloves’, is reported having said, ” If the people want Anwar, who am I to stop” (FMT, 8 April, 2017).

Well, did it occur to him that if the people want Najib who is he to band wagon with the arch enemies of the ruling government to agree only on one thing, i.e. the removal of Najib from being the PM of this nation?

And unashamedly he admits – a salute to his courage to speak the truth though, that the opposition front “seems to have different agendas” and that the only thing that gets them coming together is the removal of Najib.

So indeed this is the paradox of the enemies of our prime minister.

On the one hand they believe that they cannot stand in the way of the rakyat. But at the same time they do not respect the truth that a nation of people are with their prime minister, Datuk Seri Najib Abdul Razak.

And then again, they know that the marriage of convenience that seems to hold the hands of the various opposition parties is only one narrow, self-interest agenda which pathetically is just to remove Najib and by any means will do.

How can you build a nation with a bandied front when each opposition party is sealed in their own mortar of seeming manifestos and hopes of clinching the seat of the PM?

Good on you Tun. You have helped spill the stale beans again.

This nation of people and me who have stood with you and BN all these decades will not let it be shred by those with vested interests.

Tan Sri M Kayveas

Najib’s decision on RUU355 is a morale booster for BN component parties – Kayveas

“Last night during the BN Supreme Council meeting, Barisan Nasional chairman Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak announced that Government has decided not to table the Private Member’s Bill to amend the Syariah Courts (Criminal Jurisdiction) Act or RUU355 in line with the principle of consensus,” said myPPP President, Tan Sri M. Kayveas.

“It will remain a Private Member’s Bill and according to Najib if it is presented, it will depend on the Speaker’s instructions,” he added.

Kayveas told that it was a good decision by Najib, as it shows Government is serious about constitutional supremacy and further asserts the spirit of 1 Malaysia.

“BN component parties concern and opinions is well respected by Najib and this will be a morale booster for us to put in more effort in garnering support for BN,” he continued.

Kayveas went on to say that myPPP will stand rock solid behind Najib’s leadership and work to ensure BN wins and forms government with a bigger majority.

Source – http://www.kualalumpurpost.net/najibs-decision-on-ruu355-is-a-morale-booster-for-bn-component-parties-kayveas/

Seorang Mantan Perdana Menteri Harus Pandai Menjaga Legasi Dan Reputasi Yang Dicapai.

Tun Dr Mahathir Mohammad telah menerajui negara ini selama 22 tahun dan sepanjang tempoh perkhidmatan beliau kita telah berdiri teguh menyokong segala tindakan beliau. Kemajuan negara merupakan agenda terpenting yang telah menyatukan kami di bawah kepimpinan Tun Mahathir atas mandat kepercayaan yang telah diberikan oleh rakyat. Kesetiaan kami terhadap pemimpin kita tidak pernah berbelah bahagi.

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My Speech during Sarawak Election Campaign – May 2016

1.  It is the time for the Rakyat to make a choice of who will lead them for the next 5 years. As Malaysia matures, our selection process should also mature. Hence I will focus on the maturity of two important aspects, namely:

1.1.  The Leaders i.e. the people who will be chosen; and,

1.2.  The Rakyat i.e. the people making those choices

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Press Statement – Is Ramasamy a Coward or Lacks ambition.

For a noble and rightful thought in the predicament Lim Guan Eng is in and promoting a Malaysian Indian to a level never achieved by another Malaysian Indian, the reply form a possible CM is disappointing and want of any merits.

The deputy chief minister of Penang Ramasamy has every rights to rebut. The same also applies to all who may not be in his camp to question when things don’t seem right. Continue reading “Press Statement – Is Ramasamy a Coward or Lacks ambition.”

Press Statement – Religious sensitivities must be respected by everyone – visitor and citizen alike

The on-going raging debates and objections being registered by concerned Malaysians over the Islamic scholar Dr Zakir Naik’s planned talks on comparative religion deserves level headed responses and prudent decisions.

The Inspector General of police who is our nation’s vanguard and custodian for national security and peace has responsibly and rightly so indicated that there is no compromise when it comes to safeguarding peace and upholding the Constitutional rights of all citizens of every religion. He does not want the speaker to cause havoc. Continue reading “Press Statement – Religious sensitivities must be respected by everyone – visitor and citizen alike”