Khairy Jamaluddin or KuLi it remains Mahathir

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Khairy Jamaluddin or KuLi it remains Mahathir

KHAIRY JAMALUDDIN-COWARD UNDER FIRE “Ideas that enter the mind under fire remain there securely and forever”. -Leon Trotsky There is no virtue in abandoning your station under fire. It is the sign of cowardice and a weakness which has no cure. It is the mark of the lowest of the low, the weakest of the … Continue reading

UMNO TO THE DOGS?

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UMNO TO THE DOGS?

This is the first in a 2 part series about the challenges UMNO faces after GE 14 and the background to the people seeking to take control of it. 3 COINS IN A FOUNTAIN- 2 OF THEM BENT “The devil does not come dressed in a red cape and pointy horns. He comes disguised as everything … Continue reading

Mahathir’s Republic-The Sultan’s Must Go

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Mahathir’s Republic-The Sultan’s Must Go

“The tyranny of a prince in an oligarchy is not so dangerous to the public welfare as the apathy of a citizen in a democracy.” Charles de Montesquieu MAHATHIR’S REPUBLIC The idea of a presidential-style republic has never been too far off the mind of Dr. Mahathir. And because he is so obsessed with that … Continue reading

Jalil Ibrahim- A Death Not in Vain

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Jalil Ibrahim- A Death Not in Vain

It is now no longer the subject of conjecture and rumour that Jalil Ibrahim was murdered on the orders of people in Malaysia who remain in government in 2018. Others who are culpable in that murder continue to hold positions of power although not officially in government. The trials and tribulations and ultimately the death … Continue reading

Why the Attorney General Must be a Malay Muslim

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Why the Attorney General Must be a Malay Muslim

THE ATTORNEY GENERAL- ITS ORIGINS AND PRACTICE IN THE UK In the UK, the Attorney General (AG) and the Solicitor General as law officers for the crown are essentially non cabinet ministers who act for the government as its chief legal advisers. They have important responsibilities in regards to the law and its prosecution and … Continue reading