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  "A Horrific Financial Collapse Is Coming To America" | Jim Rogers
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  U.S. Elite Fear U.S. Losing Its Dominance - Global Capitalism with Richard Wolff
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  “Instead of attempts to take Selangor, fix Kelantan” Netizens told PAS
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NETIZENS are advising the PAS to fix Kelantan and make it into a new Selangor instead of focusing their efforts on “overthrowing” the current ruling class in the richest state in Malaysia.

They call the efforts by the PAS to win in Selangor an attempt to “Kelantanise” the state, which is spoiling it.

PAS and Perikatan Nasional (PN) have started an offensive in Selangor in an attempt to take the state in the next state elections, which are slated to take place by June this year.

The PAS strategy includes ongoing criticism of the Selangor government, a focus on what they perceive to be problems in the state, and mobilising their troops online to disseminate the apparent “breakdowns” on social media.

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  Is Toyota late to EVs?
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  PH party chiefs to be consulted if any ex-Umno leader wants to join
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PETALING JAYA: The views of component party leaders will be taken into account before Pakatan Harapan (PH) decides to accept any sacked Umno leaders, PH chairman Anwar Ibrahim said.

Anwar, who is also the prime minister, said this was important to preserve cooperation in the unity government.

“This is necessary to maintain the principles, peace and unity within the government. So, we will have to give it a lot more consideration,” Bernama quoted him as saying at a function in Ipoh today.

Former Rembau MP Khairy Jamaluddin and former Selangor Umno chief Noh Omar were sacked from Umno on Friday for breaching party discipline during the recent general election.

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  China’s COVID response withstands test for Spring Festival holidays
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China is poised to withstand the hard COVID test for the Spring Festival holidays as most cities and regions have already passed their infection peaks, and adequate preparations and contingency plans put in place by authorities at all levels, the hard work of medical workers as well as enhanced vaccinations have allowed residents to enjoy a safe and warm Spring Festival without triggering a large-scale resurgence of infections so far.    

Unlike some Western media outlets that predicted China's small cities and rural areas would see tsunami-like infections following the Spring Festival travel rush, not only the country witnessed a warm and joyful Spring Festival with its airports, bus and train stations fully crowded - images that have not been seen in the past three years, it also gradually reopens to the world with a total of 2.45 million trips crossing the border during the Spring Festival travel peak

During the Spring Festival holidays, Global Times reporters visited different localities from North China's Shanxi to Southwest China's Chongqing to Central China's Hubei. In these regions the number of positive cases has been largely declining during the holidays and only limited number of patients was hospitalized. The pressure on local fever clinics has also eased.

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  149 Countries Joined China's Belt and Road (Is the Debt Trap Real?)
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  China's Sale of U.S. Debt Sends WARNING SIGNALS
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  Umno’s actions post-GE15 signals ‘start of its demise’, says insider
Posted by: superadmin - 01-28-2023, 10:36 AM - Forum: Politics - No Replies

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PETALING JAYA: Umno’s decision to sack and suspend a host of leaders is another indication that the party is headed in the wrong direction, says a party leader.

“The way we’ve carried ourselves after the general election (GE15) is wrong. There was no post-mortem, no remorse, no accountability, and there will be no contest for the top two posts in the party polls,” said the leader who declined to be named.”

Umno suffered its heaviest defeat in GE15, winning only 26 seats. It failed to win a single parliamentary seat in Selangor, Penang, Kedah, Melaka, Kelantan, Terengganu and Perlis.

“Now we’ve sacked and suspended a host of leaders, including those viewed as progressive like Khairy Jamaluddin and Shahril Hamdan. I fear this is the start of Umno’s demise,” said the source.

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