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The Najib Brotherhood Which Began 35 Years Ago

While there are those who only support leaders when they are in power, the loyalty of Najib Brotherhood of '87 has withstood the test...

When Najib Trounced Anwar At Premier Debate

IT WAS TOUTED AS THE CLASH OF THE TITANS. For weeks, the media played up the Premier Debate between Najib and Anwar It all started...

Mahathir Fears Being Dragged To Justice If Anwar Becomes PM

Mahathir and family risk civil action for allegedly money laundering activities In Part 1 we saw that the Agong advised Wan Azizah that she...

SURAT | Bila PH Bersikap Biadap, Angkuh, Dendam Dan Ego

Sekarang PH nak salahkan siapa setelah jatuh sebagai nangka busuk angkara perbuatan sendiri? Oleh Hanizah Hashim Bila saya ingat semula peristiwa bagaimana biadapnya penyokong Pakatan Harapan...

Big Ego Of Leaders In Full Glare

By Francis Paul Siah To Mahathir and Muhyiddin, the majority of Malaysians are not interested in your tit-fot-tat over a meeting. We have enough of...

SURAT | Adakah Akan Ada Marriage Of Convenience Lagi?

Say No! To Gabungan Marriage Of Convenience Oleh Ramlan Askolani, Setiausaha Perhubungan UMNO Wilayah Perseketuan, Ketua UMNO Bahagian Lembah Pantai Khabarnya setelah tewas teruk di PRN...


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