In an interview with Bangkok Post [Bernama] Malaysia Prime Minister again came into defence of his son Kamaluddin and son-in-law Khairy Jamaluddin.

When you are a country political leader and your son involved in business and won contracts from government owned company… you can’t blame everyone to question about nepotism involved.

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It’s becoming a trend that UMNO leaders like to use race card to raise their own profile, and the trend become obvious during the UMNO assembly each year.

Come on, Malays are not under threat by other races in Malaysia. If they is a situation where Malaysians are under threat of racial issues, it’s non-Malays that should feel unsecured instead; non-Malays are the minorities after all, don’t overestimate their power.

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UMNO Klang division is using racist issue for backing Zakaria Md Deros as the Klang division chief and state assemblyman for Port Klang; and urging the Prime Minister, the Deputy Prime Minister and the Selangor Menteri Besar to retain Zakaria as a municipal councillor.

Their reasons are to defend the pride of Malays and to defend their special interest. The Klang UMNO also slammed opposition parties for trying to flame the issue and influence Sultan of Selangor for his decision to ask for Zakaria’s resignation. [source]

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Former Prime Minister Dr Mahathir suprisingly open fire again on his successor, Abdullah Badawi, just a day after their satisfied meeting.

Mahathir this time digged some old story on Badawi’s integrity when Badawi suspiciously helped a relative’s company to obtain contracts in the UN’s oil-for-food programme in Iraq when he was still Deputy Prime Minister.

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Former Prime Minister Dr Mahathir is satisfied with his 2 hour meeting with his successor, Abdullah Badawi.

Dr M stated that he’s satisfied that he could bring his messages directly to Badawi, but not entirely happy as his questions are not yet answered. Badawi was just a listener for most of the time during the close door one-on-one meeting.

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There are many rants about Malaysia Prime Minister, Abdullah Badawi, for failing to live up to his promise during his 3 years stint in the PM office so far.

Corruptions, political unsettleness, racial sensitivity, slow economic growth, environment problems have all been challenging the capability of Badawi, but he failed to provide the right answers at the moment.

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The recent development of Asian Strategy and Leadership Institute (ASLI) issue has proved just one thing.. Malaysia government is always right!

The story started when ASLI produced a report that Malays control 45% of Malaysia’s corporate equity instead of only 19% from government official reports.

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