Thursday, November 27, 2014

Najib: Sedition Act won't just stay, it will be fortified



In the name of peace and religious harmony, Prime Minister and Umno President Najib Razak announced just now at the Umno General Assembly that the Sedition Act 1948 will be strengthened. Alhamdulillah.   
We did warn you non-believers yesterday :-]

7 comments:

  1. Anonymous1:33 pm

    Hah! Dah Agak Dah...

    Itu Dia Kemuncak Drama Minggu Ini!?

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  2. Anonymous2:05 pm

    Dato,
    The best words Najib said so far as PM,We the Malays esp UMNO need not to be opologistic.So I hope he walked the talk.

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  3. Anonymous2:05 pm

    Dato,
    The best words Najib said so far as PM,We the Malays esp UMNO need not to be opologistic.So I hope he walked the talk.

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  4. Anonymous2:56 pm

    He hardly flip flop. Najib was consistent. With different crowd different msg emphasized.

    Unfortunately he does not come out looking impressive.

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  5. Anonymous9:15 pm

    This is what we have been waiting for !
    No blinking but solid messages .
    The PM have listened to the masses .

    Those dissenters are now shivering ...

    Keep it up PM Nagib.

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  6. ajib Gor2:42 am

    Dato.

    Dln FMT...kit siang...'blow habis'...heh heh...

    Kalau tak tahan sngat suruh dia lompat masuk sungai klang...

    Yg kaki hasut mcm dia memang sakit hati kalau Akta ini dikekalkan.

    Katakan lah...Dap yg memerintah negara.....Akta ini gerenti dikekalkan dan ISA pun dikembalikan juga....

    Dap tok sah sembang lah.
    Ini negara Melayu yg berkuasa.

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  7. Petoi Boga7:18 am

    So he realised his mistake and decided to break his promise. So what?! The most important thing is the implementation. Many things have been done by so many people that is against the act but they get off scott free. So while PWTC cheer the PM, the right thinking public will cheer when we see that appropriate action is taken on the people who go against the act. Many more will cheer if he can bring back the ISA! Wonder if he realised that mistake?

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