Muhyiddin must sack Khairuddin…or suffer the wrath of the rakyat in GE-15

I have one question.

When will Muhyiddin Yassin sack the Minister of Plantation Industries and Commodities, Dr Mohd Khairuddin Aman Razali?

Khairuddin violated the strict quarantine rules. Anyone who enters Malaysia, from abroad must be quarantined for 14 days.

Khairuddin and his family visited Turkey and failed to quarantine upon returning home. Instead, they moved freely around and the minister attended parliament and went to the palace.

When netizens’ expressed their anger on social media, Khairuddin was fined RM1,000.

But now the reputation of the Ministry of Health Malaysia (MOH or Kementerian Kesihatan Malaysia KKM), is in tatters.

Last week, the MOH said it was investigating Khairuddin’s case. Today, the MOH claimed the fine was paid on 7 August.

There is clear political intervention. Does the MOH think we are stupid?

Was each member of Khairuddin’s family fined? Show the receipts.

Kharuddin’s fine is insufficient. He should be taken to court and then, fired.

Muhyiddin may not be aware that Khairuddin presents a serious threat to PN.

Credit Wak KH

The threats are in politics, the government’s failure to  safeguard the interests of the people, and the rakyat’s perception of the law.

1.The threat of Coronavirus is clear, but the worst risk is the people’s hatred for PN and PAS.

2.If Khairuddin can’t even respect the order to self-quarantine, he is not capable of managing this country,

3.PAS President, Hadi Awang, is afraid to reprimand Khairuddin or to issue an official statement. If he does not criticise party members, he lacks the qualities of a leader.

4.Khairuddin shirks his responsibility, so he does not deserve to be a member of the Cabinet. The rakyat pays his salaries and allowances. He should resign.

5.Why did MOH have to answer on behalf of Khairuddin? Rules are for everyone, regardless of standing in society. Khairuddin is an adult, not a child anymore.

6.People who do not follow the rules have been imprisoned and fined. But Khairuddin was treated like royalty.

He is arrogant and proud that he need not obey the law.

His arrogance is proof that Malaysia has two sets of laws. One for politicians and one for ordinary people.

7. The question of Khairuddin’s swab test results which he said was negative, cannot be used as an excuse.

It cannot justify something that is wrong.

8.Rakyat is fed up with the attitude of Malay leaders.

Most Umno-Baru and PAS politicians are bandits, liars, rogues and unprincipled, like Khairuddin.

Khairuddin’s behavior made the people furious.

He insulted parliament.

As a member of parliament (where laws are made), he himself did not comply with the law. He set a bad example to Malaysians.

9.Khairuddin does not care about other people’s health.

It is irrelevant if his Coronavirus test swab registered a positive or negative, result. He broke the law. It is as simple as that.

10.Khairuddin does not acknowledge nor does he respect the sacrifice of doctors, nurses and all frontliners, including policemen, in the fight against the Coronavirus.

He has issued no apology.

He calls himself a cleric (ustaz) but he behaves like a mat rempit.

He has no dignity and no principles.

Khairuddin is daft, but he need not have his stupidity on display. Why does he think he can fool the rakyat.

If he refuses to resign, Muhyiddin should fire him, before the people punish PN in GE-15.

Rebuilding Malaysia


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  • glissantia says:

    This is nothing too surprising: another case of double-think, privilege and feudalism. Perhaps some have forgotten far greater “kebal” crooks. A CM accused of child molest not only remained in power; he subsequently became a GLC head, and is still riding high. Ditto for many who stole billions in public wealth, as govt. or business leaders.

    A supplement to the current annual budget has been passed, even before a further (specific) budget for the “pandemic”. In a stuation similar to the conclusion of Animal Farm, desperate and exploited small-scale farmers, fishermen, shopkeepers and employees continue to hear that gigantic amounts have been set aside for them, and even paid out.

    We continue to have dealings with international terrorists, including the global super-terrorist USA. What do you think the subject minister was doing in Turkey? What was Mahathir and Anwar doing there (and in Qatar) before him.

  • Ck yap says:

    Arrogant and selfish disregard for laws and the well being of fellow humans. Not fit to be our Minister or leader.

  • Steven says:

    Islam at its best by PAS!!!

  • Winston says:

    Quote from Malay Mail Online:

    Why an anti-hopping law won’t work, and a recall election will — Hafidz Baharom

    Friday, 07 Aug 2020 10:30 AM MYT

    Put the choice of whether to remove a sitting MP or state assemblyman for whatever reason back into the hands of their constituents without having to wait five years for the next general election.

    End of quote

    I think that the above idea will put the “control” back in the hands of the electorate.
    To wait until the next GE may be far too late to save the country from wayward politicians.
    It’s like letting Nero play the fiddle while Rome burned!
    In politics, time is of the essence!

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