The war within BN Viagra for MCA Tongkat Ali for Gerakan

Veteran journalist Datuk A. Kadir Jasin said Youth and Sports Minister Khairy Jamaluddin had the potential to become the next deputy prime minister. – The Malaysian Insider file pic, October 13, 2014.

 Datuk A. Kadir Jasin said  Najib seeks to revive UMNO-MCA ‘zombie  politician, not io abandon them
Gerakan is almost a dead party – a racist party of MCA rejects, toothless and spineless
Datuk A. Kadir Jasin  Najib should resign If it is fated that Najib has to step down before the next general elections Kadir said after Tun Abdullah Ahmad Badawi stepped down as prime minister and Umno president following the lousy GE12 results, Khairy, who was one of the hated persons then, should have fallen through.
– But instead of falling into political oblivion, he went on to win the Youth chief post, defeating Dr Mohamad Khir Toyo and Mukhriz Mahathir.

“Today, his position in Umno politics can be described as ‘unshakable’. As a youth leader and minister, Khairy is in a very strong position in the scheme of things.said Kadir, adding that he felt Khairy’s current position – a combination of Youth chief post and cabinet minister – gave him too much power and clear advantage over the rest of the Umno leadership line-up.

We need Ministers to consume tongkat ali and Viagra so that performs better Your master has moved away from sexual themes and upgraded to more serious and hurtful stuff, and you are still playing balls. Shame on you. Is there nothing constructive to say or defend your dignity after being insulted at your recent meeting? Hopeless one mah. have you fulfilled your election pledges in Teluk Intan. Can anyone from Teluk Intan say something about this? Maybe Mah di is busy sipping tongkat Ali juice.

The 1Malaysia campaign, which appears to have run out of steam since the last general election, should be given an urgent boost, says Gerakan president Mah Siew Keong.

four men sit in a control room watching computerised gauges eight hours a day. When they are done, another group takes over, and then another, for 24 hours a day —

The strange tale of British India Corporation is an example of how political patronage and India’s strict labour laws keep publicly owned companies going long after they are insolvent.

who campaigned in this year’s general election on a promise of “minimum government, maximum governance”, is preparing to invest more taxpayer money in ailing state-owned factories in a bid to turn them around. Few things excite us more than lies. We constantly lie to ourselves. We lie to those around us, particularly those close to us. In fact, the closer they are, the more we lie to them. We lie to perfect strangers as well. Entire professions and industries have grown around the art of the lie. The more we lie, the better we lie, the more brilliant we are seen to be.

Creative people lie because that’s what all art is about. More people watch feature films than documentaries. More people switch away from news to entertainment channels because after a while reality begins to spook us. Fiction is easier to live with because we know it’s a lie. Readers prefer it as well. So, most non-fiction books today are almost fiction. We read what we find more exciting, not necessarily what is more truthful. Fifty Shades of Grey excites us more than Putin’s biography. Not only is fiction more attractive, more popular, in fact sexier; it’s more enduring. Even great actors are remembered more by the roles they played. Marlon Brando is remembered more as Stanley Kowalski or Terry Malloy or Vito Corleone, the Godfather, than as Calcutta-born Anna Kashfi’s husband or Christian’s father. The lie has outlived the truth.
No marriage can work on the basis of absolute truth. No employer would ever hire an employee if he or she sent in a CV that listed nothing but the truth. No woman would ever love a man if she knew only the truth about him. No politician would ever win an election if he simply spoke the truth. No business would survive if the entrepreneur valued the truth more than opportunity. In fact, no nation would endure if its leaders told the people the actual state of the economy or why the most crucial political decisions were taken. Lies are an integral part of our survival strategy. They are what make this world go round.
The calculus of all faith is a lie. The history we read is often a lie. It’s almost entirely documented by court historians hired by ruling dynasties to make them look good.. So their crimes are glossed over. The ugliness is airbrushed. So is the wanton bloodshed and brutality. Much of what we call civilisation is a lie created to defend what is actually colonisation of the mind. Most nations are born out of carnage and tears. Yet we create new mythologies that lend a purpose to our sense of nationhood. The America that boasts so much about its role as a global peace keeper is the same America that was built on wiping out its original occupants. Look at us. Do we know or even want to know the truth about what is happening in Kashmir or Manipur or the tribal hinterland? It’s far more comforting to believe the lies the State tells us.
The Wasseypur of fiction is safer to applaud than the actual badlands of Bihar where generations have been exploited by the State and criminal warlords, often working together. Law enforcement itself is a lie. Ask any victim, and there are thousands rotting in our jails without trial or justice, and they will tell you why. Much as I hate to admit it, even our democracy is a lie. We all know people in politics and business who manipulate the system through power and pelf. Even when they are caught, they sidestep justice because they know how to play the rotten, corrupt system. The funny thing is we survive all this because our lies that offer us hope in this darkness.
There are always superheroes who magically spring up to fight back evil. There are always placebos offered by religion, cults, alternative histories, articles of faith that we keep discovering in the hope they will lead us to deliverance. And that’s how every generation endures every injustice and finds a way to make their lives look better, their dreams look more real, their hopes glitter. If there indeed is a God particle, I would like to believe it exists in every lie we speak or live. For these lies fulfil us, make us who we are.

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