Khairy Jamaluddin”Likeable by all….??”

Could we be just as critical or even worse than Malaysiakini’s titled,”LMAOs aplenty during online chat with Khairy” Some say when its protecting our turf we will go all out and leave no stones unturned. There are still a lot of people who are yet to taste the ugliness and unfortunate circumstances which they have put many of us through. We have even wrote it once in our previous article and we do not want to repeat ourselves.

Let’s talk about Khairy and how in the last couple of months he has really put himself in the SPOTLIGHT for the wrong reasons especially with leaders from Sarawak and Sabah. He is creating some tremors for both these States and he must be the mosts “likeable..excuse me” person at the moment.

Was it deliberately done…?

1.What did he say hours after the Sarawak State elections. As UMNO Youth Chief and MP for Rembau he tweeted,’In the cold light of the day although we won,we suffered our biggests losses ever in Sarawak.So,Putrajaya ,we have a problem. Face Facts.”

2.Khairy made a statement in Keningau,Sabah at the Kaamatan Festival in Penampang which was published by bernama,”UMNO Youth had been caught up in the crisis stemming from the purported cold war.

Sarawak leaders have lambasted Khairy and these can be read here which we posted from various sources:-  1.https://audie61.wordpress.com/2011/04/19/kj-misquoted-or-talking-fingers/               2. https://audie61.wordpress.com/2011/04/21/kj-1st-now-gannext/

Aziz Adenan PBB Youth Information Chief could not justs be firing blanks could he? He has already issued a Press Statement very much earlier that said,”We are disappointed and hurt by the comment of Khairy Jamaluddin in Tweeter about Barisan National election performance in Sarawak Election 2011.” Of course,Khairy avoided the subject and did not respond and it has led to an AVALANCHE of public statements from various Sarawak leaders which are attacking Khairy.

Now Salleh Keruak State Assembly speaker and Sabah UMNO deputy liason chief  did not mince his words when he said,”There’s no cold war in Sabah UMNO.Sabah UMNO is stable with party leaders and members united under the leadership of chief minister and state liason chief  Musa Aman.

Salleh went on to say such a remark showed that certain people did not understand Sabah politics.

Both Sarawak and Sabah Chief Ministers are under attack by Khairy Jamalluddin and with the Yahoo.Chat Transcripts it just shows that there is more than politics that meets the eyes. Lets put our hands together and clap our hands to Khairy.Likeable or LMAOS (laugh my ass of )

SHIFTING OF BLAME TO SOMEONE ELSE..

You make your own judgements….

12:10
[Comment     From VictoriaLiz VictoriaLiz     : ]

Khairy, what do you think about     Taib Mahmut?

Thursday June 2, 2011 12:10 VictoriaLiz 12:11

Khairy Jamaluddin:

I think we should honour our     Sarawak election promises esp leadership transition. This came from PM, not     me.

Thursday June 2, 2011 12:11 Khairy Jamaluddin

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7 thoughts on “Khairy Jamaluddin”Likeable by all….??”

  1. 1M-PERAK REVISITED…A MIND BOGGLING, FRIGHTFUL TRUTHFUL,

    EXPLOSIVE ARTICLE !!

    For All You Perakians !!!!

    Why the Pakatan Rakyat government was brought down in Perak. Nazrin’s succession to the Perak throne depends on the goodwill of the federal government. But only if the state government is a Barisan Nasional government will there be this goodwill. If Pakatan Rakyat remains the state government, then expect Nazrin to pay the price when his time comes to succeed his father.

    THE CORRIDORS OF POWER

    May 29, 2011

    Raja PetraKamarudin

    We all know what happened in Perak. What many do not know is why it

    happened.

    If you can remember, it took one week for the Perak and Selangor state governments to get sworn in after the March 2008 general election. The Sultans of these two states wanted to first ‘discuss the matter’ with the Pakatan Rakyat State Assembly persons. The Sultans then set certain terms and conditions before agreeing to swear in the new Pakatan Rakyat state governments.

    This gap of one week allowed the old Barisan Nasional state governments time to remove and destroy quite a lot of very damaging evidence of the wrong doings of the previous governments.

    The one-week delay also allowed Barisan Nasional to negotiate the possibility of PAS teaming up with Umno to form the state governments in Perak and Selangor. Umno even agreed that PAS would become the Menteris Besar of these two states. And, to add icing to the cake, Umno even agreed to allow PAS to implement Islamic laws in these two states.

    But PAS stayed loyal to their two other partners in Pakatan Rakyat, PKR and DAP, and they declined Umno’s offer. Finally, the two Sultans had no choice but to swear in the Pakatan Rakyat state governments in Perak and Selangor. But this did not stop them from plotting behind the scenes on how to bring down the governments.

    The Sultan of Selangor was quite prepared to consider the whole matter a fait accompli.. After all, Pakatan Rakyat in Selangor had a clear majority and it would be quite difficult to buy off so many State Assembly persons. But Perak was another matter altogether. Pakatan Rakyat’s majority in Perak was thinner than in Selangor.

    As soon as the new state government had been put in place, the Sultan of Perak began asking for this, that and the other. The Pakatan Rakyat Perak state government would have been quite prepared to tolerate some of the demands of the Perak Palace for the sake of maintaining a good relationship with the Palace. But what the Sultan and his family wanted was just too excessive and the Pakatan Rakyat Perak state government had no choice but to say no to the Sultan’s demands.

    And this, of course, upset the Sultan. So, when Pakatan Rakyat lost its majority in the Perak State Assembly, it did not take too much persuading for the Sultan to agree to swear in a new Barisan Nasional state government.

    At first, the Sultan was not too sure whether he should kick out the Pakatan Rakyat state government in favour of a Barisan Nasional government. When the Pakatan Rakyat Menteri Besar, Nizar Jamaluddin, went before the Sultan to request that the State Assembly be dissolved to make way for fresh state elections, the Sultan said he would think about it first. But immediately after that the Prime Minister, Najib Tun Razak, went to meet the Sultan and the Sultan was persuaded to reject the Pakatan Rakyat request to dissolve the State Assembly and instead he swore in Barisan Nasional as the new state government.

    Najib’s ‘persuasion’ was simple. Nazrin, his son, should not be the Raja Muda of Perak. And this means he should also not be the next Sultan. And in the event that the Sultan dies, as surely he will one day, the federal government will not support Nazrin as the next Sultan of Perak. See what happened to Negeri Sembilan. Although the Yamtuan appointed his son as the regent, this does not mean he becomes the next Yamtuan.

    So, Nazrin’s succession to the Perak throne depends on the goodwill of the federal government. But only if the state government is a Barisan Nasional government will there be this goodwill.. If Pakatan Rakyat remains the state government, then expect Nazrin to pay the price when his time comes to succeed his father.

    Furthermore, the Sultan and his family has asked for a lot of things from the Pakatan Rakyat state government, all of which they rejected. Umno will ensure that the Sultan and his family get whatever they want if Barisan Nasional takes over as the Perak state government.

    And with that Pakatan Rakyat’s fate was sealed. The Sultan swore in Barisan Nasional as the new Perak state government and Pakatan Rakyat was sent into the opposition aisle.

    What was it that the Sultan and his family wanted which Pakatan Rakyat said no to and which Barisan Nasional has now said yes? Yes, let us see how in just a few months the Sultan and his family has suddenly become one of the richest royal families in Malaysia, of course, at the expense of Pakatan Rakyat.

    1. Umno gave the Sultan a piece of state land known as lot 183578. The land is approximately 600 acres in size and is at Tanjong Tualang in the district of Kinta. This land has been parked under the name of the Sultan’s proxy, Mohamed Khaair Johari Hj Osman.

    2. Umno gave the Sultan a 1,000-acre timber concession along the 11km Gerik-Kupang highway in Ulu Kenderong, Gerik, Hulu Perak. This concession was originally given to Universiti Utara Malaysia. However, it was later revoked and given to Pusat Kreatif Kanak-Kanak whose Chairman is Raja Datuk Seri Ashman Shah Ibni Sultan Azlan Shah.

    3. Umno gave the Sultan seven timber concessions at compartments 39, 41, 42, 43, 44, 45 and 49 in the Kenderong Forest Reserve in Hulu Perak. The seven lots, which come to approximately 600 acres, were parked under two proxy companies of the Sultan — Syarikat Zotonjaya Sdn Bhd and Kibaran Wang Sdn Bhd.

    4. Umno is about to approve a proposal for reforestation involving 10,781 hectares. 5,781 hectares is at the Gunung Besout Forest Reserve in Southern Perak while 5,000 hectares is at Pondok Tanjung in the Larut Matang district. The company that will get this huge project is Permatang Utama Sdn Bhd (company registration number 513583-D) whose Executive Chairman is Datuk Seri Ismail Farouk Abdullah, the Sultan’s son-in-law.

    5. Further to that, Datuk Seri Ismail Farouk Abdullah was allowed to take over the state-owned Casuarina Hotel in Ipoh for a negotiated cut throat price of only RM43 million whereas it can fetch a far higher price on the open market. The hotel is located in one of the most prime land in Ipoh and just the empty land alone is worth a huge amount of money.

    It is not that the Perak Royal Family is destitute. It is more like they are greedy. Raja Datuk Seri Eleena Azlan Shah is a Director of GAMUDA BERHAD and is Malaysia’s 25th richest person with assets worth over RM773 million. This makes her the second richest woman in Malaysia after Puan Sri Chong Chook Yew, who occupies the number 18 slot with more than RM1 billion in assets.

    Gamuda Berhad has been awarded more than RM10 billion worth of contracts. It also operates and maintains 230 kilometres of highways plus is a major township and property developer with four township projects involving more than 30,000 houses.

    So there you have it. Perakians, in particular the Malays, think that the opposition is not showing the Sultan of Perak the respect he deserves. What they do not know is the Sultan does not deserve any respect. And many are also not aware why the Sultan wanted Pakatan Rakyat kicked out of Perak.

    Now, we hope, they do

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