Boeyks: Even though Persatuan Patriot Kebangsaan
consists of retired service personnel, strangely they are still
protecting and defending this country far better and more effectively
than those who are now entrusted with this duty. This ‘dedak’-eating disease has reached epidemic levels.
Ronald: Good on you, Brigadier-General (Rtd) Mohamed
Arshad Raji. You are a shining light, and you are setting a wonderful
example for your fellow Malaysians. You are not afraid to speak out against wrongdoing and it is amazing
that authoritative bodies like the MACC are not investigating those
involved in the Mara UniLodge scandal. Worse still, they are overzealous in going after the officials in the
opposition-held states of Selangor and Penang. This selective
persecution is indeed abhorrent.
Robbed: This UniLodge scandal was reported in Malaysiakini two months ago by veteran journalist R Nadeswaran. Why is MACC still not done with investigating the matter? I think this is a more straightforward case compared to the Penang
Tunnel project. Can MACC focus their attention here, and work on the
Penang Tunnel issue later?
Anonymous 2405371458107314: MACC only acts on
circumstantial evidence or when then they perceive that there's
corruption. When there is clear evidence of corruption, they will leave
it up to the police. The police will wait until somebody makes a police report. When there
is no police report, there is no crime as far as the police are
No Bull: Many in the government and BN claim that
they are the patriots. Is this what patriots do? Suck the country dry
with corruption and criminalise Malaysians who protest against
corruption and abuse of power. God is great. We pray and ask that He will bless us with a government
that we can be proud of which will right the wrongs of these past 60
years. Time is running out. Vote wisely. Patriotic Malaysians need to open
their eyes and see what is happening to our beloved country. Do what is
right for our country. Reject corruption, religious bigotry, injustice
and the mismanagement of our nation.
Politician: I would like to suggest something for
Pakatan Harapan’s consideration. Make it a must to declare to the public
of all the investments outside Malaysia using public funds and further
declare all the profits and losses from these investments annually.
I don’t think BN does it now because we seem to be slapped with surprises almost every week of late.
Anonymous 2393771451372105: Yes, I clearly remember
the 1982 Auditor-General's Report on the RM4 Maggie noodles. The
response from the purchaser was that they bought in bulk. Any changes in the last 35 years? Yes, for the worse.