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Sentinel
15-09-2006, 04:07 PM
Kamaluddin Abdullah, son of PM Abdullah Ahamad Badawi, today came out and defended that the government contracts obtained by his company SCOMI were won "fair and square" on open book tenders etc....

Well, Kamaludin, you got the correct answer but to the wrong question!

Your daddy said your company didn't have any business with the government in the first place. That was on TV3.

Then, he said he received a letter correcting him, that his son, did indeed do business with the government for which he had asked for a full report and he would apologize if proven wrong.

Few days later, he said he was right, his son did have business but he (Pak Lah) had nothing to do with it, so he needn't apologize.

Now, you are saying you won the tenders fair and square?

Hello, the issue was and still is :

YOUR DAD WAS CAUGHT LYING THROUGH HIS TEETH and he should apolgize, period.

pcyeoh
15-09-2006, 04:50 PM
The whole family is a real joke. You have a father who is not forthright and also trying to skirt the issue, a son who came up with an answer (with the benefit of doubt to him saying he won it fair and square) and not explaining why his father said that his son never won any contracts in our Bolehland when it was billion ringgit worth and a son in law who suddenly become so quiet that nobody knows what happens to him. The last time we heard or seen of him was when he was on a road show opening UMNO divisional meetings and along the way joins the Mat Rempit Gang and rode into the sunset. Now, what is next?

Note: I cut out the second part of my comment to post it at the appropriate title (http://www.usj.com.my/bulletin/upload/showthread.php?t=14553) so as not to go off track.

kelvinwkw
15-09-2006, 05:03 PM
son in law who suddenly become so quiet that nobody knows what happens to him.

He balik kampung goreng pisang oledi :D

saml
15-09-2006, 05:03 PM
As per the Auditor General's report, even the funds meant for the poor are not spared. You know the trend now is even if you are caught with your pants down, all you need to do is to deny anything like that happened and carry on like as if nothing happened. Sounds familiar?

uchangeng
15-09-2006, 05:24 PM
Let face it, if you are in the position or for the same matter, in any political position that can make your sibling overnite billionaires, you will do the same. Come on face it, look into my eyes and say "NO, I won't!".

Where do you think the one minister whom we now know has RM50 millions to pay his ex-wife? from his minister's pay check?

How Pak Lah going to stamp out corruption is anybody's guess and I really have no idea how the corrupts face their God 5 times a day!

Sentinel
15-09-2006, 07:29 PM
Let face it, if you are in the position or for the same matter, in any political position that can make your sibling overnite billionaires, you will do the same. Come on face it, look into my eyes and say "NO, I won't!".

No, I won't! :) .... you might not believe it but thats the reason I wasn't in politcs too although my early years in campus was highly political!

Raikonen
15-09-2006, 09:39 PM
I guess the whole family are making up for lost time. PM was Foreign minister previously which is really not a "good portfolio" unlike MITI or Works Ministry... Just Look at Kak Pidah and Semi Value...

Well even a minister was saying that the malays thrives under croynism, why rock the system? Make hay while the sun shines.... :mad:

de_scorpio
15-09-2006, 11:51 PM
The country is in the mess now, KJ leads UMNO Youth fighting with MCA and gerakan, Hisham fighting with Ong tee keat. Mahathir with Pak Lah, And all the Ma Jai ( kuda kuda) also not doing their jobs, corruptions, misuse of public funds, economy in chaos, inflation, snatch theives and robberies, foreign companies moving out (Panasonics etc) , tourists not coming ( they treat chinese tourists badly) , Police taking bribes...

My godness...we are in deep **** now..

Teeque
16-09-2006, 03:01 AM
Its the same case happening in Taiwan now where the President Chen's son was involved in some form of corruption and the people are demanding that the President himself step down, even if he was not involved. Shouldnt we the rakyat rise to the occasion now???...

saml
16-09-2006, 08:32 AM
Suddenly the prospect of wanting to migrate seems very interesting. I have never considered it but with all the nonsense happening right before my very eyes I think this is one alternative I am seriously considering now. One can say that I am running away but then I do not see how things can be better.

isarahim
16-09-2006, 01:00 PM
My godness...we are in deep **** now..
On the contrary. The political situation has never been better!

The behemoth is starting to crumble. We should look at that positively, because it means that micro and macro democratic ideas will gain some traction. It will take some time, yes, but we can look forward to some major political changes.

The only danger is that some ruthless and relentless politicians will keep on playing the race card, and I just hope that Malaysians are mature enough today not to blindly follow these artificial agressions.

Sentinel
16-09-2006, 01:57 PM
On the contrary. The political situation has never been better!

The behemoth is starting to crumble. We should look at that positively, because it means that micro and macro democratic ideas will gain some traction. It will take some time, yes, but we can look forward to some major political changes.

The only danger is that some ruthless and relentless politicians will keep on playing the race card, and I just hope that Malaysians are mature enough today not to blindly follow these artificial agressions.

Thats my line of thought too, Isarahim. I mean, something good gotta come out of this mayhem. I don't really care who wins, Pak Lah or the old man Tun M, as long as they keep banging at each other and let the worms all get out of the can, and the country wakes up one day and realize that we have gone the wrong way all this long whille... and change for the better.

The problem I have with this line of thinking is that :

i. electorate still immature and being so, is ripe for another idiot to come and mess it for another decade or so;

ii. real mayhem, ie things get out really out of control and back to May 13 episode.

I am worried, I think I should be...... :mad:

saml
16-09-2006, 04:22 PM
I dont think it would come to may 13 again. Anyway the wealth distribution is more even now and those who are wealthy would have more to lose anyway if there are conflicts and it is not in their interest to see erosion of their wealth. People are also more resourceful in protecting themselves (thanks to the internet) and eventually very few would want to die for the **** stirrers who have an agenda of their own.

charis14
17-09-2006, 12:54 AM
Suddenly the prospect of wanting to migrate seems very interesting. I have never considered it but with all the nonsense happening right before my very eyes ...Must admit to having such thought on many occasions this year. However, neither proceeding with nor erasing it. Instead, trying to do my bit to contribute to positive change and educate those who are still blur.

aurora97
17-09-2006, 05:45 PM
Check it out Malaysia's Spin Doctors, like father like son amazing :p

uchangeng
18-09-2006, 06:42 PM
Today, front page in The Star : Pak Lah says his is in control.

I hope this translates into a limit up in KLSI.!