Things fall apart …


The dragnet to rein in critical or dissenting voices appears to be widening. Martin Jalleh looks at recent developments and wonders what this portends for the ruling coalition’s grip on power.

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12 Nov 2012 1.04pm

“I won’t back down” by Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers.

najib manaukau
11 Nov 2012 1.14pm

In spite of all their lackeys like the Judiciary, the AG and the police force just to name a few the morons are still having all these problems. Daily you never fail to hear of the peoples’ complaints of all the shambles they have created. Why ?
And when will these shambles are going to cease ? The morons who created them know there will never be an end to all these because they have crossed the boundary of no return.
The only way is for the people to kick the morons, the creators of these shambles, out of Putrajaya in the coming GE and better still have them, including … the shenanigan Mahathir indicted for the gross abuses … committed and started.
If you truly care for your country make sure you are registered and cast your vote against these morons and I say it once again have them kicked out of Putrajaya if and when Najib runs out of excuses to have the election held !