In his speech Najib, who is also Selangor BN chairman, said since two weeks ago, he had gone down to the ground in Perak, Melaka and Kedah and today was in Selangor, and found the mood in the country now was for the BN to win big when the general election comes.
“We admit we might have made some mistakes which caused the people to not support us (BN). But we have learnt from our past mistakes and apologise to the people of Selangor if we had made mistakes.Sabahans will never be satisfied until Mahathir brought to book
Najib’s idea, expounded previously in the media, that the purpose of the RCI must not be to find fault and apportion blame if not look for scapegoats, is totally unacceptable and must be rejected outright. The unelected PM needs to have his head examined for suggesting something so blasphemous and sacrilegious.Mahathir’s name is on the lips of every illegal immigrant in Sabah, from Pakistan and Bangladesh to Philippines and Indonesia. The RCI cannot, and must not, be used as an excuse to do a whitewash job which will leave Mahathir and his comrades in crime having the last laugh at the expense of the long-suffering people of Sabah.
Mahathir must be grilled and interrogated on the entire mechanism which remains a threat to Sabah and national security. The main thrust of his testimony should the workings of the secret units within the Prime Minister’s Department, the Home Ministry, the National Registration Department and the Election Commission which issued local birth certificates and MyKads to illegal immigrants in Sabah and placed them on the electoral rolls.
The illegal immigrants were not only placed in marginal seats before 1994 but used after that year to create an additional 12 state seats and five parliamentary seats.
This is the Mother of All Issues on illegal immigrants in Sabah. The RCI would be a meaningless exercise, a Great Whitewash, if this core issue is glossed over and/or ignored.
That would be a grave injustice indeed. Injustice for the people of Sabah and a grave for the BN in the coming general election!
“And we pledge that as a result, and our awareness on it, we will rise up with renewed vigour to change the landscape of Selangor so that under the BN, we will move forward to a future that is much better,” he said when launching the Selangor BN election machinery here.
The Prime Minister said Selangor had progressed because of the policies and infrastructure implemented by the Barisan Nasional (BN) government before the opposition came to power in the state (in the last general election) and thus they should not “claim credit” for the hard work put in by the BN
Datuk Seri Dr Chua Soi Lek declared said there is no room for splinter groups within the party as it will destroy what the party has built in the last six decades and there is no denial that there is internal bickering but the priority now is to build a strong foundation of growth for the party as well as the nation.
He said MCA needs to continue to evolve, innovate and anticipate so that the party can be an inspiring force in the Malaysia of tomorrow.
There comes a time in the life of a government when it forfeits the trust of the people it is elected to serve. Has that time arrived for UMNO-BARISAN?
Consider the evidence.
media when it comes to this dangerous saber-rattling . Rather than learning from sins previously committed in sodomy1&2, most media outlets are sticking to the same formula now. To avoid a disastrous repeat, their questions need to recalibrate the frame of the debate to put it in its proper context.