Video Clips – SIL Khairy Jamaluddin (Budak Nakal) Bull Shitting about PKR, PAS, DAP, Petrol & Disel Subsidy all the way with Goodies to be Rembau MP
Video Clips – SIL Khairy Jamaluddin (Budak Nakal) Bull shitting about PKR, PAS, DAP & Petrol & Disel Subsidy all the way into Rembau with Goodies to be the MP
Khairy Says His Opponent Is Contesting Only For Fame
*By Syed Azwan Syed Ali
SEREMBAN, Feb 25 (Bernama) -- Barisan Nasional (BN) candidate in Rembau parliamentary seat Khairy Jamaluddin says his opponent Badrul Hisham (ABOVE) Shaharin is only interested in seeking fame and political heroism. He said Badrul Hisham, the Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) supreme councillor, was not sincere in fighting for the people. He said this when asked to comment on a statement by Badrul Hisham, 30, who said that he would contest against Khairy wherever the Umno Youth deputy chief might contest.
"I'm saddenned by this. The democratic process should be an avenue to fight for the people and not for other purpose," he told Bernama after attending a meet-the-people session in Kampung Ulu Lalang, in Rantau near here. Also present was Menteri Besar Datuk Seri Mohamad Hassan, the incumbent assemblyman for Rantau. Mohamad is locked in a straight fight with PKR's Aisah Lamsah for the state seat.Khairy, 32, who is also BN Youth deputy chairman and Rembau Umno Youth chief said he would not entertain personal attacks by his opponent. He said he would work hard in the area even though Rembau was considereda safe seat for the BN. "I will not follow the style of the opposition who campaign only at night," he said. Khairy also said as a new candidate he welcomed guidance from others who were more experienced, including leaders, village heads and people's representatives. Rembau has 62,896 voters comprising 68.9 per cent Malay voters, 15.2 per cent (Chinese), 15.8 per cent (Indian) and others (0.07 per cent), including 894 postal voters.
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Khairy Has Qualities Of A Leader, Says Mother
*By Syed Azwan Syed Ali*
REMBAU, Feb 24 Bernama) -- "My son has all the qualities of a leader," said Datuk Rahmah Abdul Hamid, mother of Khairy Jamaluddin who is contesting the Rembau parliamentary seat in the March 8 polls. "Many people can be managers but not leaders. He (Khairy) has shown outstanding leadership qualities since he was small," she told Bernama outside the Merdeka Hall of the Rembau district council, the nomination centre for the constituency. Dressed in a baju kurung with a white scarf and a Barisan Nasional (BN) vest with the letters "KJ" (Khairy's initials), Rahmah, 72, initially declined to be interviewed but later relented. Khairy, 32, who is also BN Youth and Umno Youth deputy chairman, is engaged in a straight with Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) supreme council member Badrul Hisham Shaharin, 30, for the seat.
ABOVE: SIL Khairy can only garner support from close family members; others find it difficult to trust him
Asked whether Khairy was capable of championing the lot of the people of Rembau, Rahmah said her son could do it because he was always committed in whatever he did. "He is dedicated to the race, religion and country. Since his return to
Asked for her message to her son, Rahmah said: "My message to him is only that we live in a world where people will remember our kind deeds and contributions and good behaviour." Besides Rahmah, Khairy's wife, Nori Abdullah, who was also present, said she was very proud of her husband and was willing to shoulder the responsibilities of an elected representative's wife if Khairy was elected. "I used to follow my father (Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi) but now I follow my husband," she said, adding that she believed that Khairy would make a good elected representative. "He is sincere in helping the people," said Nori, who left their five-month-old son, Jibreil Ali Jamaluddin Abu Bakar, at home in Gadong, near here.
I Am Focusing On The People, Says Khairy
REMBAU, Feb 24 (Bernama) -- The Barisan Nasional (BN) candidate for the Rembau parliamentary seat, Khairy Jamaluddin, who is involved in a straight fight with a Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) candidate said his focus would be on the well-being of the people and not on his opponent. Khairy, 32, is facing Badrul Hisham Shaharin, 30, a PKR supreme council member. "He (Badrul) is a young man and very energetic... but my focus is on the people," Khairy told reporters after filing his nomination papers at Merdeka Hall, Rembau District Council, here Sunday. Khairy, who is BN Youth deputy chairman and Umno Youth deputy chief, said he would focus on solving pending issues in the constituency such as repairs to roads and mosques. Badrul had contested against Negeri Sembilan menteri besar Datuk Seri Mohamad Hasan in the Rantau state constituency in 2004. Khairy said he would meet local BN leaders to find out the grievances of the voters in the constituency which comprised four state seats -- Paroi, Chembong, Rantau, and
He said he would upgrade BN services to the voters by following the example set by the Seberang Jaya BN Service Centre in
"The people need to be taken care of and not pampered," he said. Rembau has 62,896 voters including 894 postal voters
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Khairy's Nomination Attracts Foreign Media
REMBAU, Feb 24 (Bernama) -- A big crowd including fore n media turned out at the Merdeka Hall, Rembau District Council, here Sunday to witness candidates for the Rembau parliamentary seat file their nomination papers.
ABOVE: BN UMNO supporters separated by the FRU personnel from the PKR Supporters (BELOW)
Khairy: My job to take on Opposition; STAR Feb 24 08
At the centre of attraction was Barisan Nasional (BN) candidate Khairy Jamaluddin. the prime minister''s son-in-law. Khairy, who is Umno Youth deputy chief, arrived at the hall with Negeri Sembilan menteri besar Datuk Seri Mohamad Hasan at . Mohamad Hasan is defending the Rantau state seat. They were accompanied by thousands of BN supporters to the nomination centre. The foreign media covering the event included those from
REMBAU: Umno Youth number two Khairy Jamaluddin says it is his job to make life miserable for the Opposition. “If I do not rebut the Opposition, it means that I am not doing my job. I want them to know that I am the budak nakal who would go all out to ensure the people vote for the Barisan Nasional again,” he told reporters after a tahlil ceremony at his family home here yesterday. Commenting on the opposition parties labelling him budak nakal (mischievous boy), Khairy said the Opposition would go to great lengths to win the people’s support.
“They would happily discredit others for their own gain. They wouldn’t mind resorting to character assassination as they have run out of ideas to fight the Barisan,” he added. Khairy was named by Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Mohamad Hasan yesterday as the candidate for the Rembau parliamentary seat.
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'My focus is Rembau people' ;
SEREMBAN: "This is the place for me"
Those were the first words deputy Umno Youth chief Khairy Jamaluddin said when he was named as the candidate for the Rembau parliamentary seat. Khairy, whose late father was from Negri Sembilan, said: "If I was given other places, I would not have contested in the election. My focus is the people of Rembau," said Khairy, 32, who is also the BN Youth deputy chairman and Rembau Umno Youth chief. Khairy, who appeared a little overcome, said he was touched and thankful that he was chosen to stand in Rembau and vowed that he would try to be the best wakil rakyat (representative) for the people of Rembau if he was given the mandate in the March 8 polls. Khairy also regarded his candidacy as a sign of BN's recognition and appreciation of the role of Malaysian youth. "I would like to thank the national and state BN for putting their trust in me and I promise to work hard and repay that trust.
Asked about his chances of winning, Khairy said:
"I will leave it to the voters in Rembau to evaluate and choose. It is a new challenge for me and I promise to serve to the best of my ability if given the mandate."He said he would meet and introduce himself to the grassroots and listen to what they have to say and what their concerns were.
"I will co-operate with the menteri besar to bring more development to the area. "The state government has plans to develop the small and medium industries in the area as well to build a branch of a university here," Khairy said. He also thanked Rembau's incumbent, MP Datuk Firdaus Muhammad Rom Harun, who is the Rembau Umno deputy chief, and hoped that he would continue to serve the people there. Asked about the opposition's challenge, Khairy said the opposition candidates were only concerned with attracting
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Increasing Oil Subsidy Will Push Up Inflation, Says Shafie
Shafie said that being in government was not about running a charitable organisation as the government cannot ignore the fact that the oil price was hovering at around US$100 a barrel. "Let us for a moment examine the impact of pursuing such a course. Are the proponents of this policy prepared to reduce expenditures elsewhere. Are they proposing fewer schools, less teachers and less healthcare.
"What does being more charitable means, does it mean handouts and other subsidies, where is the money to come from," he asked. Shafie said the government would not follow a policy that would lead to untold economic disasters and seriously erode the national competitiveness. He said the government was aware of the financial pressures on individuals and families and that was why the government had taken measures to minimise the impact of the inflationary pressures from the hike in global oil price. The measures include careful management and enforcement of price controls, ensuring adequate supply of essential goods, prosecuting hoarders, smugglers and fraudsters, he said.
Shafie said the 2008 budget had offset some of the pressures on families with the lowering and abolishing of the school fees and using every device available to limit price hikes and protect family incomes and standard of living. Meanwhile, the Credit Counselling and Debt Management Agency, established by Bank Negara in April 2006, today launched its newly upgraded website at www.akpk.org.my, which offers comprehensive information and interactive features. Upgrading of the website is one of the agencys continuous efforts to help the Malaysian public take control of their financial situation and gain peace of mind that comes from the wise use of credit," said its chief executive Officer Mohamed Akwal Sultan.
Todate, more than 26,000 individuals had sought counselling from the agency and about 9,000 customers have been enrolled in its debt management programme. The agency was set up to provide counselling on financial and debt management for individuals to take control of their financial position. Its services are free of charge.
Youths' Future Lies With BN, Says Khairy
Asked on the feelings of the Indian community towards BN, Khairy said he was confident that it would continue to support BN after Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi had given his assurance that the government would give serious attention to their problems and requests. "In BN, we have no denial syndrome. Actually, the Indian community still needs our assistance and support," he said.On the possibility of PKR adviser Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim's daughter, Nurul Izzah challenging Women, Family and Community Development Minister Datuk Seri Shahrizat Abdul Jalil in Lembah Pantai, Khairy said it would not pose a problem to Shahrizat as she was a credible leader. Present at the launching were BN Federal Territory Youth chief Datuk Norza Zakaria and Lembah Pantai Youth chief Norazmi Mohamadan
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