Posts Tagged ‘Najib Tun Razak’

Get Well Soon Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak from knee surgery

August 1, 2011


Happy Birthday Datuk Sri Najib Tun Razak

July 23, 2011

Happy Birthday Datuk Sri Najib Tun Razak


TQ YAB PM Datuk Seri Najib and YAB TDM for understanding us, the bloggers

April 24, 2011

KUALA LUMPUR, April 24 — Datuk Seri Najib Razak promised Malaysians today that his administration would never censor the Internet. Speaking at the 1st Malaysian-ASEAN Regional Bloggers Conference here this morning, the Prime Minister declared that Malaysia has one of the most liveliest and one of the freest, “if not most free”, blogospheres in the world.

The government does not fear bloggers but wants to be part of them and know their views even if it is constructive criticism, says Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak. “I believe this relationship will be an important relationship based on mutual respect. We might not agree all the time but we cannot be disagreeable.


Change has to be encouraged

December 20, 2010
Malaysian Prime Minister, Najib Tun Razak

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Source_Star: Change has to be encouraged THE STAR SAYS . . .

The Prime Minister has called on civil servants to be brave and make changes to conditions and regulations hindering government plans from being executed effectively.

Addressing a special year-end gathering for Finance Ministry staff last Thursday, Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak pointed out that they should not hesitate to make a “bumpy or rocky path” smooth.


Malacca’s China made monorail and cheap Korean nuclear reactors

December 12, 2010


King and PM’s message on Ma’al Hijrah

December 8, 2010

Source_Star: Najib: We must continue to create successes and innovations

Developing, competitive and progressive nation due to_

  1. Innovations
  2. Unity in diversion
  3. strength ofmulti-ethnic community’s unity
  4. unity and peace in multi-ethnic and multi-religious nation 
  5. pursue moderation on the global level
  6. promoting the concept of moderation and universal peace
  7. philosophy of moderation and balance
  8. unity and harmony
  9. All races must have_
    • mutual understanding
    • and respect for each other
    • as well as be willing to give and take
    • for the sake of maintaining harmony.
  10. As for Muslims_
    • they should help build the ummah 
    • and beloved country based on faith and solidarity.
    • And learn from the hijrah (migration of Prophet Muhammad and his followers from Mecca to Medina) with realisation and resignation.”


In democracies, it is the citizens who monitor their government, not the other way around

December 2, 2010
Overview of the Corruption Perceptions Index (...

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Anyone who is serious about safeguarding our image and protecting our nation’s standing in the world would be well advised to first consider how developments at home are affecting our image abroad.

Indeed, it is the politicians, of whatever stripe, who need to convince Malaysians, both at home and abroad, that they are deserving of our support and respect. In democracies, it is the citizens who monitor their government, not the other way around.

Only in countries like North Korea are all citizens expected to uncritically sing the praises of their dear leaders. (more…)

TDM is a genius speaker; we need to learn reading between the lines

December 1, 2010

NONEDear TDM, you are a genius in talking politics. Most of the Malaysians sometimes even failed to read between the lines of your speech. After reading to what TDM said, if you read between the lines, you can begin to see what Tun really meant! We sometimes need to try to understand what is meant by Tun, something that is not spoken explicitly or openly or directly but with the hidden agenda. Don’t ever think everything you read or heard literally. Learn to read between the lines of Tun’s words_ Dr M: Forget our roots if we want to achieve 1Malaysia by Hazlan Zakaria. After then, read the comments below from those who DO NOT understand TDM’s wise words.


Daryn, be proud of your plural ancestry

November 22, 2010

I hope and pray that you would be patriotic and surely, not a “pendatangbecause you are born here. After all, many Malaysians, including politicians, can proudly trace their roots to faraway lands like India and Pakistan. We all know very well that some try to conceal their ethnic history, preferring to emphasise on their new identities, sometimes for political and economic expediency.

It was heartening to read about Raja Zarith Sofea Sultan Idris Shah declaring that her ancestral roots were from Sumatra and the Peranakan Chinese. The consort of the Sultan of Johor went on to say that the use of the term pendatang to describe non-bumiputras was “hurtful and ignorant”. It was shameful, she added, for apparently educated and mature individuals to use such terms or suggest that fellow Malaysians go back to where they came from. Raja Zarith, who was speaking at the Voices of Peace, Conscience and Reason (PCORE) forum in Kuala Lumpur last week, stressed on the importance of recognising the diversity of Malaysian society, brought about by centuries of inter-racial and inter-faith marriages and communication.