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The Truth About Khairy Jamaluddin

…Abdullah Ahmad Badawi is legally the fifth Prime Minister of Malaysia, having taken office in November 2003. However, even before he assumed office, it was quite clear that Abdullah Badawi was not his own man – that all his thoughts, actions and deeds were heavily influenced, if not directed by his then 28-year old son-in-law, Khairy Jamaluddin, and his coterie of friends. While some talked of the three Ks being the power behind Pak Lah, namely Khairy, Kalimullah (the Group Chief Editor of the New Straits Times) and Kak Endon (Datin Paduka Seri Endon Mahmood Ambak, wife of the Prime Minister), there is no doubt that the first K is the most powerful, having appointed the second K to his post and having married the third K’s daughter at a time when the third K was and is fighting breast cancer, an illness that has already claimed the third K’s twin sister.

The signs of discontent are quite clear. The person who perhaps is most wary of Khairy is former Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad. While Dr Mahathir himself at first warmed to Khairy and his friends, appointing for example Khairy’s bosom buddy from Oxford, Dr Vincent Lim Kian Teck, as his second Chinese political secretary, he eventually found Khairy an overbearing presence upon Abdullah. But at that time it was already too late. Mahathir had announced his retirement and Abdullah Badawi was the heir-designate. For whatever bad that Mahathir had done, he knew he could not afford to change his mind on the succession after the crippling failure of the removal of Anwar Ibrahim.

Mahathir at last realised that he had stepped down in November 2003, the most powerful man in the country, only to be replaced by a 28-year-old. Khairy is now and for the near future the most powerful man in the country. Even more so than Abdullah Ahmad Badawi, Najib Tun Razak or anyone in the UMNO Supreme Council who are mere tadpoles in Khairy’s big pond.

Here is how he influences decisions that affect you and me.

First, Khairy is the main gatekeeper in Abdullah Badawi’s office. No letter, fax, proposal, document, appeal, communication, correspondence or presentation lands onto Abdullah’s desk without first going through the screening of aides Datuk Wan Farid and Zaki Zahid. Both Wan Farid and Zaki Zahid act as Khairy’s eyes and ears. When any proposal comes through to them, they immediately make copies for Khairy Jamaluddin. Copies are necessary because Khairy is no longer officially with Abdullah’s office. Yet, official or not, he is still the gatekeeper and needs to see all that comes to Abdullah’s office.

Wan Farid and Zaki Zahid together with Khairy also vets the appointment list to see Abdullah. In spite of the existence of the post of Chief Private Secretary held by Dato’ Thajudeen Abd Wahab (a long-time Abdullah Badawi loyalist and civil servant), those appointments made through Dato’ Thajudeen’s office inevitably get copied to Khairy and get vetted by him. Make no mistakes. Though Dato’ Thajudeen is annoyed by this unorthodox arrangement, his long-time friendship with Abdullah is not strong enough to overrule his boss’ son-in-law.

Of course it is not cheap to get an appointment to see Abdullah. The gatekeepers also act as toll-collectors. And UMNO is rife with mutterings of dissatisfaction, due to the high price (some say up to RM50,000) exacted by people close to Abdullah merely to secure an appointment with the Prime Minister. While this “custom” has always existed in varying degrees throughout the rule of all five Prime Ministers of Malaysia, it has never been so thorough and blatant as it is now. This is because payment of RM50,000 alone is not sufficient to secure an audience. There must also be promises of involving some of Khairy’s companies in eventual projects if such audiences are to be successful.

Some may argue why this happens in spite of Abdullah Badawi’s image as Mr Clean. But that image is merely a perception. Compared to other ministers Abdullah is relatively clean, but this was not because of want of trying. Abdullah was in charge of ministries with little “opportunity” to exact “tributes” such as the Ministry of Youth and Sports and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and for many years he was out of the government. His political position as a former Tengku Razaleigh–Musa Hitam supporter was always very precarious and Abdullah Badawi was too fearful to drink from the poisoned chalice of corruption.

However the situation has now changed. Abdullah Badawi is all-powerful as Prime Minister and relies on Khairy to prop up that position. Khairy Jamaluddin knows that it is not long before Pak Lah will be challenged by Najib or anyone else backed by Dr Mahathir. Thus he must make hay while the sun shines.

The second method by which Abdullah is controlled by Khairy is through Khairy’s insistence on appointing key personnel at the decision-forming level within Abdullah’s office and also in other powerful ministries. No less than ten of Khairy’s friends from his university days who are all in their late twenties or early thirties currently occupy posts equivalent to chief executive in many of the ministries (more will be detailed in later parts of this report). Abdullah Badawi cannot function if these figures do not function. In other words, he is completely reliant on their actions.

For example, let us say that Abdullah goes for a foreign trip to Venezuela for a trade mission. The person who prepares the itinerary is a Khairy appointee (a fellow ex-student from the UK). He submits the paper to Khazanah’s Director of Investments (another Khairy appointee) for discussion. It is discussed with people from Ethos Consulting (a Khairy-related company) and finally gets approved by a meeting of Foreign Ministry civil servants which willy-nilly is often attended by Khairy himself in spite of him having no official position in government. When Abdullah comes back from Venezuela, discussions with President Hugo Chavez is discussed with the private office of the Prime Minister (headed and made up completely of Khairy’s appointees) and decisions are made by Abdullah Badawi after a night’s discussion at home with Khairy himself. Little wonder that Khairy Jamaluddin has such an extensive control on Abdullah – and this was exactly how the Venezuelan trip of the Prime Minister took place!

Thirdly, Khairy Jamaluddin controls Abdullah Badawi through his insistence on exerting his unofficial role as the Prime Minister’s closest advisor. An incident that took place in the foreign ministry shows it all. A meeting was called by Minister Syed Hamid Albar. It was a top-level meeting, a briefing to the Prime Minister in a closed session. In attendance were the Prime Minister, the Minister, the Deputy Ministers, the Secretary General of the ministry and his deputies – and Khairy Jamaluddin, at that time neither in the Prime Minister’s office nor holding any official post. Syed Hamid insisted that the meeting be closed to Khairy. Abdullah demurred, partly out of fear that if Khairy was not in the room he would be ill-advised. So Khairy stayed. Such a situation shows not only how strong Khairy is, but how weak Abdullah can be.

Therein lies the danger of Khairy Jamaluddin. He is an unelected person within the government, yet his influence outweighs that of the whole cabinet; even that of the Deputy Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak. As long as Abdullah is in power and Khairy is married to his daughter, Khairy Jamaluddin will continue to be the actual ruler of Malaysia. Whether knowingly or not, democracy in Malaysia has been reduced considerably since Khairy Jamaluddin came to the fore and there is no longer any check and balance within the government.

Surely the people of Malaysia should know about the phenomenon of Khairy Jamaluddin since their lives now so much depend on it. Malaysia Today will chronicle the rise of Khairy, how he influences UMNO and the government, name his allies and enemies and how he interacts with them. More importantly, Malaysia Today will try to lay bare the mystery of Khairy and identify the tentacles he uses to reach for power…

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The Truth About Khairy Jamaluddin : Part 2: Out of the wormhole


Thursday, September 7, 2006 - Posted by | Commentary


  1. The truth about Khairy Jamaluddin?

    He is an unelected person within the government, yet his influence outweighs that of the whole cabinet; even that of the Deputy Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak. As long as Abdullah is in power and Khairy is married to his daughter, Khairy Jamaluddin wil…

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  2. Thanks for a great article! =)

    Comment by Xarra | Monday, October 9, 2006 | Reply

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  4. Too surreal to be taken seriously. Let’s just get back to real-life situations. People are not dumb to let KJ stomp all over them!

    Comment by Ron Liamsi | Friday, November 24, 2006 | Reply

  5. Mmm…conspiracy theories are getting very sophisticated indeed.

    As an advisor to the PM, irregardless if Khairy does/does not have the close ear to the PM (and being the son-in-law), there will be no way to confirm/deny any or all of the allegations.

    However, I think Malaysia has done well transitioning from Dr. M to Pak Lah and we do need new leaders who can think and accept advise from a bevy of advisors and I plaude the PM if he does have youth and enthusiasm in his team of advisors.

    Ravi from Sydney

    Comment by Ravi Arunasalam | Monday, November 5, 2007 | Reply

  6. Nothing is new. Bang your way to the top is the classic muslim way. Muhammad did the same thing. Why are we surpirse?

    Comment by bs | Thursday, February 21, 2008 | Reply

  7. This is blashemy

    Comment by Edi神 | Monday, February 25, 2008 | Reply

  8. can khairy win against badrul..
    lets vote here

    i do prepared this online voting for them, dont forget to leave your comment about this battle..


    Comment by lochoe | Friday, February 29, 2008 | Reply

  9. Great n nice article…

    to Mr. bs..really?? did our beloved Muhammad did the same thing??? are u sure??? being controlled by other people??

    plus…”pemimpin” is a “pemimpin”…should not be controlled by any dumb people like KJ, a person who is only a Naib Presiden of a party, yet act like a Menteri…

    hope all Malaysians (Malay, Chinese, India, etc.) will unite to make this corrupt government an old version.

    Comment by great | Thursday, March 6, 2008 | Reply

  10. Is 22 million Malaysian so weak that you allow mafia like management in your country? If you continue to show such weakness then we think it is best we invest our funds in Thailand and Vietnam.

    Comment by Harris | Friday, March 7, 2008 | Reply






    Comment by __ | Sunday, March 9, 2008 | Reply

  12. very interested in your story! can’t seem to read part 33 onwards though..any suggestions as to how this can be fixed?

    Comment by nib | Tuesday, March 11, 2008 | Reply


    Comment by HATTA | Wednesday, March 12, 2008 | Reply

  14. khairy jamaluddin
    kamu bertangungjawab sepenuhnya atas keaiban ini,
    saya benci kamu
    jangan mimpilah nak jadi pm kami akan halang kamu
    sedaya upaya kami
    kami tahu apa tindaktanduk kamu didalam parti yg suci ini
    bersama teman2 kamu,kami tahu gerakgeri kamu
    kami tidak rela khairy
    kamu tidak layak mewakili kami
    kami menolak kamu

    Comment by azam | Thursday, March 13, 2008 | Reply

  15. cermin diri dulu…baru ler berangan nak jd PM….kalau setakat bergantung dgn survival politik pak mentua ko boleh jalan arrr..
    now melayu dah celik politik…jgn pandai2 nak memperbodohkan org melayu …..

    Comment by aku ler | Friday, March 14, 2008 | Reply

  16. I massage for Mr KJ is simple…

    If u still muslim remember Allah SWT. Thats all.

    Comment by Care J | Monday, March 17, 2008 | Reply

  17. poyo la mamat ni…
    samseng… angkuh…

    Comment by zul | Tuesday, March 18, 2008 | Reply

  18. KJ a Malay hero??? What a joke. Being borne from a rich family and with that controversial ECM-Libra money plus a circle of rich friends and in-laws, forget it!!! Try to live like a poor man first regardless of their races then talk about poverty. Being rich and talk about poor people is merely bullshit. As a Muslim yourself you know what fairness Islam brings to its subjects and non-muslims. The same fairness brought Timur to the fold of Islam 1200 years ago.

    Can someone show me which ADUN or MP who are poor unless he/she was rich before become MP or ADUN? Let alone KJ!!!!

    You KJ is solely hanging on your father-in-law shirt while he’s still around and once that man is no more, you shall be no where. And that’s for sure. I hope you KJ read this.

    Comment by Chopin | Tuesday, March 18, 2008 | Reply

  19. KJ ni sape? khairy ni sape? samseng ke? rempit ke? aku cuma kenal anwar ibrahim je. dah dah. kedah, kelantan, perak, selangor & penang dah dalam genggaman :) piiirahh umno.. piiirrahhh bn.. KUAT RASUAH.. KUAT MAKAN DUIT RAKYAT!!!

    Comment by ayil | Tuesday, March 18, 2008 | Reply

  20. khiry is an assface, we must cripple him!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Comment by Khairy Assface | Friday, March 28, 2008 | Reply

  21. Apa dah jadi ni khairy?. Lain yg aku suruh buat, lain yang kau buat..Nanti elok2 masa jenazah kau nak dihantar ke kubur…bertanyalah suku sakat kamu..Tuan2 puan2, sewaktu allahyarham masih bersama2dengan kita…sekiranya ada apa2 tuntutan, sila hubungi kami waris yg terdekat..dan akulah org yg pertama akan mengangkat tangan menuntut segala penyelewengan, perbuatan yg tidak bermoral pada rakyat…dikembalikan semula pada rakyat..insaflah khairy. Pergilah mengji kat pondok tu lama2..biar faham akan perbuatan kamu…

    Comment by Sharif | Saturday, March 29, 2008 | Reply

  22. Woi KJ Don’t be To SMART n BRILLIANT,the TRUTH is U R DUMB n STUPID

    B4 Pak Lah became PM WHO R U?No body know u,Who is the HELL r

    Come on lah Step Dont form Politic,Just Mine ur Own Business

    Anti Khairy

    p/s X De Org REMBAU Sokong U

    Comment by parjo | Monday, April 7, 2008 | Reply


    got info from

    Kenali Calon Ketua Pemuda Anda:

    I. Dato Mukhriz Mahathir

    Mukhriz Mahathir tidak pernah menidakkan gelaran “anak bapak” yang sering dilemparkan kepadanya. Ini kerana hidupnya sentiasa dicatur mengikut kehendak ayahnya.

    Sebelum Mukhriz mula mengorak langkah di dalam Pemuda UMNO, siapakah calon Pemuda Ketua Pemuda ini?. Mukhriz merupakan anak lelaki bongsu mantan Perdana Menteri Malaysia, Dr Mahathir Mohamad. Dari bangku sekolah, Mukhriz tidak mempunyai cita-cita yang tinggi. Mukhriz tidak mempunyai minat dalam perniagaan mahupun politik. Sejajar dengan itu, Mukhriz tidak pernah diberi tekanan belajar seperti Mirzan dan Mokhzani yang telah belajar di Universiti terkemuka seperti Wharton.

    Bukan Dr Mahathir tidak sayang kepada Mukhriz tetapi sebaliknya, peranan yang ditetapkan untuk Mukhriz ialah untuk menjaga hal ehwal keluarga apabila Dr Mahathir tiada lagi. Sebaliknya, Mirzan ditugaskan menjaga empayar perniagaan keluarga manakala Mokzhani diketengahkan sebagai penggantinya dalam bidang politik. Mukhriz memang tidak mempunyai minat untuk meneruskan pelajaran ke menara gading dan lebih berminat untuk menjadi ahli muzik atau berkecimpung dalam aktiviti kegemarannya, sukan menyelam. Walaupun pada mulanya direstui oleh kedua ibu bapanya, kegagalan Mirzan untuk menjayakan semua peluang perniagaan yang ada telah memaksa Dr Mahathir membentuk seorang lagi ahli perniagaan dalam keluarganya. Tugas untuk menjaga keluarga dialihkan kepada puterinya, Marina. Dr Mahathir telah mengarahkan Mukhriz untuk menyambung pelajarannya dalam bidang perniagaan.

    Oleh kerana takut akan kelibat ayahnya, Mukhriz akur. Tetapi dia memberikan syarat kepada ibunya bahawa jika dia terpaksa belajar, dia ingin melanjutkan pelajaran ke Amerika Syarikat agar dia boleh mendalami lagi minatnya dalam dunia muzik. Setelah dipujuk oleh Dr Siti Hasmah, ayahnya bersetuju. Namun, pelajaran bukanlah merupakan kualiti kuat Mukhriz. Walaupun menggunakan segala kuasa ayahnya, tidak satu pun Universiti ternama yang sanggup mengambil Mukhriz sebagai pelajar. Inilah detik permulaan Dr Mahathir membenci Amerika Syarikat

    Setelah gagal mendapat tempat di Amerika Syarikat, Mukhriz telah dipikat oleh Datuk Hanafi Ramli, Naib Ketua Bahagian Kubang Pasu untuk meneruskan pelajaran di Jepun. Datuk Hanafi yang ketika itu begitu rapat dengan Mokhzani menjanjikan Mukhriz bahawa teknologi muzik yang terbaik berada di negara Jepun. Mukhriz bersetuju dan telah dimasukkan kedalam Universiti Sophia. Beliau kemudiannya jatuh cinta dengan seorang gadis Jepun.

    Sebagai membalas budi Mukhriz yang bersetuju untuk belajar di Jepun sekaligus memberi nafas dalam politiknya, Datuk Hanafi, yang dilantik Pengerusi TDC telah membantu Mukhriz untuk mendapat tempat menjadi perunding kepada Bank of Tokyo. Mukhriz dibayar sebanyak RM20,000 sebulan untuk menasihati Bank of Tokyo sebagai perunding dalam hal ehwal pelancungan. Bidang ini merupakan bidang yang baru diwujudkan di dalam Bank of Tokyo dan telah dibuat setelah TDC melantik bank tersebut sebagai penasihat kepada TDC di Jepun dengan bayaran berjuta juta ringgit. Mukhriz bahagia kerana dapat tinggal di Jepun dan meneruskan api cintanya itu.

    Namun, mahligai yang didirikan olehnya akhirnya berkecai apabila Mukhriz dipaksa memutuskan hubungannya dengan gadis Jepun tersebut setelah ayahnya memanggilnya pulang. Walaupun sedih, Mukhriz sekadar mengeluh dan mentaati perintah ayahnya. Bagi meredakan potensi pertelingkahan keluarga, Mirzan telah menemukan Mukhriz dengan Tan Sri Ting Pek Khiing. Gabungan Mukhriz dan Ting telah diberikan hak untuk membangunkan pelancungan di Pulau Layang-Layang untuk projek dive-tourism, sukan kegemaran Mukhriz.

    Setelah hati lukanya terubat, Mukhriz telah diarah untuk memulakan perniagaan dengan beberapa tokoh Melayu tempatan. Malangnya Mukhriz tidak gemar akan perniagaan yang serius. Semua perniagaan yang dimasuki gagal menempah nama. Mirzan sedar untuk berjaya, Mukhriz perlu bergabung dengan usahawan yang benar berpengalaman dalam industri yang berdasarkan hiburan, atau sebagainya yang berada didalam kepompong minat adiknya.

    Mirzan telah memanggil Datin Irene Gan untuk bergabung tenaga dengan adiknya itu. Mereka telah diberi hak untuk menguruskan hotel-hotel Seri Malaysia, rangkaian hotel yang dipunyai oleh Kerajaan. Walaupun tidak mendapat banyak keuntungan, formula ini tampak berjaya. Mirzan telah mereplikasi formula ini dan telah mengatur Mukhriz dengan syarikat seperti Airzed, TBWA, Aijya, Opcom dan Kosmo Technology.

    Kegagalan Mokhzani diterima oleh UMNO benar-benar menikam kalbu Dr Mahathir. Walaupun dilantik sebagai Bendahari Pemuda UMNO, satu jawatan yang dikejar-kejar oleh ramai Pemuda UMNO, perwatakan Mokhzani tidak dapat diterima oleh akar umbi. Pada detik-detik akhir zaman pemerintahannya, penglibatan perniagaan Mokhzani telah dikritik teruk dan dia terpaksa memindahkan semua pegangan perniagaanya. Ini menamatkan riwayat politik Mokhzani. Nama Mirzan juga telah terjejas akibat penglibatannya didalam skandal MISC, justeru Mahathir terpaksa, menoleh kepada Mukhriz sebagai penggantinya di dalam UMNO.

    Tetapi Mukhriz tidak pernah dididik sebagai seorang pemimpin. Dia tidak mampu bergerak tanpa arahan dari ayahnya ataupun abang-abangnya. Disebabkan oleh kekurangan daya kepimpinan itu, Mukhriz telah ditolak dalam pemilihan di Kubang Pasu. Kerana tidak mempunyai pilihan lain, Dr Mahahtir telah menggunakan segala kuasa yang ada pada dirinya bagi memastikan Mukhriz menang dalam pemilihan EXCO Pemuda Malaysia.

    Mukhriz telah diberi jawatan sebagai Pengerusi Biro Ekonomi. Namun, kerana dia tidak gemar perkara yang serius, Mukhriz sebagai EXCO yang terbanyak undi telah memilih menerajui Biro Antarabangsa. Ini membolehkan Mukhriz menjelajah dunia dan tidak tersekat dalam kepompong keluarganya. Mukhriz tidak pernah menggunakan platform ini untuk menjana program besar, sebaliknya banyak bertumpu kepada program-program kecil yang tidak melibatkan ramai orang.

    Setelah 4 tahun berkecimpung dalam politik UMNO, Mukhriz masuk didalam bab baru yang dicaturkan oleh ayahnya – bertanding Ketua Pemuda UMNO Malaysia. Adakah Mukhriz calon Ketua Pemuda anda?

    Comment by taliban | Thursday, April 10, 2008 | Reply

  24. you are done with

    Comment by arumainathan | Friday, April 18, 2008 | Reply

  25. dont drag my prophet muhammad into politics.bertaubatlah dan ask forgiveness form god

    Comment by hamba ALLAH | Saturday, April 19, 2008 | Reply

  26. Kerajaan Barisan harus meminta maaf pada rakyat Malaysia. Jika ada yg bertanya apa salah kerajaan, maka biarlah kerajaan sendiri yg mengakuinya. Wahai UMNO yg sudah agak lari dari perjuangannya, perjuangan anda nampaknya sudah tidak relevan. Jika berterusan begini, UMNO jgn mimpi lagi disokong. Buat lah sesuatu segera, kerna rakyat masih sayangkan Barisan. MOHON MAAFLAH PADA RAKYAT MALAYSIA.

    Comment by Tanggang | Saturday, April 26, 2008 | Reply

  27. salam,
    dari penilaian yang terpandang dan lidah yang membaca, suatu keadaan yang tak dapat diterima pakai ini adalah satu pembohongan diri dan kerelaan untuk hidup semata-mata,hamba kepada yang memerlukan dan natijahnya amat besar kepada semua untuk kejatuhan memerlu.

    Comment by kham al salleh | Tuesday, April 29, 2008 | Reply

  28. salam,
    dari penilaian yang terpandang dan lidah yang membaca, suatu keadaan yang tak dapat diterima pakai ini adalah satu pembohongan diri dan kerelaan untuk hidup semata-mata,hamba kepada yang memerlukan dan natijahnya amat besar kepada semua untuk kejatuhan .

    Comment by kham al salleh | Tuesday, April 29, 2008 | Reply

  29. should be made conspiracy novel, later hollywood blockbuster movie directed by either Martin Scorsese or Mel Gibson or Robert Redford.

    Sorry I’m just kidding.

    Very interesting thesis though.
    Poor Khairy born with a villainous look.

    Comment by johntyc | Friday, May 2, 2008 | Reply

  30. Bagus punya cerita hikayat. Memang dari penulis upahan yang baik. Patut boleh bagi award dalam bidang penulisan – sasterawan negara umpamanya kemudian boleh beri gelaran TS. Kah kah kah!

    Comment by azam | Sunday, June 8, 2008 | Reply

  31. yb rembau dan sahabat-sahabat baik yb patut turun dan bercampur dan mengambil tahu masalah-masalah anak-anak melayu. Untuk menjadi pelapis pemimpin adalah patut kurangkan dan agihkan sedikit kekayaan demi bangsa dan jenerasi akan datang.

    Comment by mr stoner | Tuesday, July 8, 2008 | Reply

  32. alloo…alamak, potong la rambut sket, biar kemas bro!!!

    Comment by shazmi/rembau | Wednesday, July 9, 2008 | Reply

  33. I totally support KJ. Reason being is simple, lets ask ourselves honestly which Malaysian doesn’t want to be in his shoe now! We cannot be HYPOCRITES my dear MALAYSIANS . KJ worked hard to be where he is now.Sweat N blood. As for his marriage, it has nothing to do with politics,its love nothing more complicated. Pls don’t crucify him, he work hard to be where he is now. Pls don’t use GOD and religion, this has nothing to do with KJ or politics. Pls grow up Malaysians, be matured.Our PM needs him than let it be, in the 1st place its the majority of Malaysians that voted for Pak Lah and his BN component parties to be our prime minister and the government of Malaysia.Be matured.Posting all this hate and criticism doesn’t solve problems. If you want him to be down, in the 1st place why vote for BN? Malaysians..malaysians, do the right thing at the right time..not posting all this hypocrite comments. Dissapointed sungguh..what’s the use of crying out DEMOCRATIC when you guys and gals don’t even understand what it means?!! Power of people!-Do you all actually know what it means? You guys, big dissapointment…..

    Comment by Euvin | Thursday, September 18, 2008 | Reply

  34. khairy tunjuk depan baik belakang busuk..dia membangkitkan ke marahan kepada semua warganegara malaysia…dengan mulut celupornya…nanti suatu hari nanti kena la balasan nanti..
    tunggu masa je la…dengan segala perbuatannya kena la ahkirnya nanti…

    Comment by azlan | Sunday, November 9, 2008 | Reply

  35. Sorry to differ, I believe he is one of a kind that UMNO has long missing out. Keep it up KJ, be your self, don’t bother about those who I believe only envy you as if they know you inside out. They are just bunch of hypocrites.

    I believe a star has just being born…well done Khairy.

    Comment by azwanfairuz | Saturday, March 28, 2009 | Reply

  36. What Star my friend?He could best be described as a wolf in a sheepskin.If he thinks that he is an asset to UMNO he is rottenly wrong.Most level headed UMNO members like me despise him.But we are too polite to shout it out to the world.HE IS A GREAT LIABILITY TO UMNO.As long as Khairy is seen in UMNO,it is to suffer defeat.IT WOULD be BEST THAT HE LEAVES AND concentrate ON making more millions”
    TO DATO MUKHRIZ….I WOULD SAY “SYABAS”.YOU MAKE US PROUD.You don’t need to be like Khairy the cock”kokok berderai-derai ekor bergellumang tahi.”
    BUT DATO always take extra caution somebody might carry a keris in his pocket.,albeit a wooden imitation.

    Comment by Gurulama | Tuesday, April 14, 2009 | Reply

  37. melayu boleh satu yang mesti dibanggakan oleh orang melayu

    Comment by Aksi Anak Melayu Boleh | Monday, April 20, 2009 | Reply

  38. menjana duit secara online perlukan fokus dan usaha yang berterusan

    Comment by hazmanfadzil | Tuesday, April 21, 2009 | Reply

  39. Cna’t be any richer than Lee Kuan Yew and family though can they? except that Hsien Loong’s incredibly intelligent wife with her father in law presiding over Tamesek lost over US$65 billion in bad investments in Banks commencing UBS then into the US with BofA and others.

    Now asking Singaporeans to work longer and not access that nest egg they created for the family to waste away playing imperial dragons and in the inlaffibale and invincible Asians.

    Comment by Gopal Raj Kumar | Saturday, September 26, 2009 | Reply

  40. bro melayu sekarang lebih agresif dari melayu dulu .kalau berani terang2 berlasah pemimpin melayu durjana yang mengunakan politik untuk mematikan perniagaan orang melayu .wa da lama meniaga tapak2 inkubutor melayu semua dipegang oleh politikus melayu umno yang kalau melayu sebagai contoh sewa 4500 cina sebelah 3500 .tak boleh ke melayu dan cina disamakan dan pemimpin umno macam ni disamakan dengan pengkhianat

    Comment by kamal | Friday, October 29, 2010 | Reply

  41. Melayu had better be more aggressive. Read trhe anti Malay trash promoted by Lim Kit Siang on his blog. There are so called “urban modern” Malays who take the Anwar path and the path of those without any dignity and join the Nutgraphs of this world bashing Malays pretending they are bashing corrupt Malays and UMNO putera’s. why not then they be specific?

    Comment by Gopal Raj Kumar | Saturday, October 30, 2010 | Reply

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