Wednesday, April 25, 2018

Dr Jeya withdrawing from Sungai Siput?

MM Online - Faced with multi-cornered fight, PSM says may give up Sungai Siput (extracts):

IPOH, April 24 — Parti Sosialis Malaysia (PSM)’s leadership are currently deliberating on whether they should give up contesting the Sungai Siput parliamentary seat.

This comes after PKR announced their candidate for the seat. There are concerns within PSM that a multi-cornered fight against Pakatan Harapan (PH), Barisan Nasional (BN) and PAS will make it difficult to secure a GE14 win.

Incumbent Sungai Siput MP Dr Micheal Jeyakumar from PSM said that a few party members had suggested that he give up the seat.

“Some people in our branch are questioning whether we should stand aside. They said no point in contesting if we are going to lose.

“This is the argument that is going on now, but we have to consult the party and branch members before making any decision,” he told Malay Mail when contacted.

PKR today announced that S. Kesavan, who is the party’s incumbent for Hutang Melintang state seat, will be contesting for the parliamentary seat in GE14.

“It’s quite disappointing because the seat could be won by the Opposition, but now it has turned into a four-cornered fight with PAS contesting as well.

“It’s going to be difficult and all the opposition parties, including PAS are going to lose,” he added.

Dr Jeyakumar admitted that PSM has a slim chance in a four-cornered fight.

Based on PSM's previous complaint, I was expecting the Pakatan source intending to contest in Sungai Siput to come from the DAP. DAP's Perak chairman, Nga Kor Ming, had been threatening to do so in retaliation for PSM voicing its intention to contest in a some DAP-held seats.

Nga Kor Ming 

But PKR sure threw a curly one from the left field in announcing its candidate in Sungai Siput as S. Kesavan, the 2013 ADUN Hutang Melintang Perak.

S Kesavan 

I have to admit it is a f**king big surprise for me to discover the 'cruel spoiler' of PSM in Sungai Siput as PKR rather than Perak's DAP. But I believe by Pakatan agreement the federal seat of Sungai Siput has been allocated to PKR, which was why Dr Jeya contested the seat previously under the Blue Moon banner.

Dr Jeya has also been correct in saying that PSM will have a snowflake's chance in hell in a four-cornered fight (involving BN, PAS, PKR and PSM).

Mind, PKR had earlier agreed to let Dr Jeya continue contesting Sungai Siput under the PKR banner, but with the proviso he is the only PSM person standing for elections. PSM naturally refused that restriction.

Even if Dr Jeya were to withdraw from Sungai Siput, I believe PSM members will still contest elsewhere. For sure, Teh Yee Cheu, formerly DAP but now with PSM, will contest in Penang's Sungai Pinang state seat.

Teh Yee Cheu 

But alas, whether Dr Jeya withdraws from contesting in GE14 or not, the result will probably be the same, that he won't be a MP for a third term. I am sorry to see him go but unfortunately, it's the likely outcome for a small party like PSM when the biggies are jostling with each other, even among Pakatan so-called allies.

I had warned earlier that if Pribumi joins Pakatan, there'll be less seats for each component party. And the lion's share Mahathir's party has seized from the Pakatan pool must have added tremendous pressure on PKR (and other Pakatan member parties) to korek kaukau from every which-where for its members who are hungry to be candidates in GE14.

People join a political party usually to be pick as an election candidate so as to represent the people or, for those less than altruistic, to profit personally, whilst others are quite happy to become 'Gurkhas', namely, members who help in the administration, financial and background support.

sungai siput 

Nonetheless, there will be constant pressure on political parties to satisfy those who are capable and want to be candidates. The PKR announcement may be a result of such pressure for seats for its keener members, especially now that 'extra mouth' Pribumi has to fed its (lion's) share.

I wonder whether MIC deputy chairman SK Devamany who is contesting in Sungai Siput will heave an additional sigh of relief? But he will still have to overcome PKR's Kesavan and whoever will be representing PAS.

S.K Devamany

And dedicated Dr Jeyakumar has vowed that PSM will continue its service for the people of Sungai Siput even if they do not hold any position there, saying:“We won’t stop helping the people. We are not a party which gives important for the seats. Our concern is the people, but if we have a seat, then we could serve them better.”

sungai siput  

Pity Dr Jeya is a Christian or I would have nominated the service-oriented man as the new Hindraf Chairman. 

Tuesday, April 24, 2018


From MM Online:

Dr Wan Azizah denies factionalism within PKR.

Dr Asri denies disliking Hindus. 

Confucian Chinese deny eating pork.

Mahathir denies loving Proton.

Is Gobalakrishnan laughing now?

As expected and long discussed Padang Serai rep N. Surendran [has been] dropped from PKR line-up.

Surendran is a bright lawyer and an earnest politician but last year I heard he could be in trouble with his own constituency of Padang Serai for unsatisfactory performance, though who evaluates him on such is not known, wakakaka.

He is perhaps unfortunately allied to Azmin Ali, who isn't exactly a current hot favourite in his own party.

Until lately, Azmin didn't make himself very popular  for continuing to slut around with PAS despite Pakatan officialdom saying f**k-off to PAS.

Hence he was deeply distrust by both his own party and Pakatan in general because he was seen to be a maverick going about his own way a la suka-sendiri.

Worse, that gave his party foe Rafizi Ramli plenty of ammo into making Azmin looked even worse with his not-too-secret secret love affair.

Rafizi Ramli 

Anyway, Tai-Koe saved Azmin from becoming a party-leper by admitting t'was him (Tai-Koe) who had instructed Azmin to continue 'sucking' up to PAS.

But Rafizi, with ostentatious respect for Anwar, mentioned Anwar had worked on limited (and cherry-picked) information when he issued the tangkal-statement for Azmin.

Rafizi revealed Anwar was briefed by 3 lil' Indians who were all from the Dökkálfar Faction - so there was a wee issue of 'conflict of interests', wakakaka.

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FT had then reported:

Rafizi Ramli today claimed that PKR de facto leader Anwar Ibrahim was getting limited information on party affairs from his lawyers while serving his five-year prison sentence at the Sungai Buloh Prison.

The PKR vice-president said the information relayed to Anwar had been limited because his lawyers were in support of the party’s efforts to negotiate with PAS to avoid three-cornered fights during the upcoming 14th general election (GE14).

He said Anwar frequently received information through lawyers Sivarasa Rasiah, Latheefa Koya and N Surendran, who are all PKR members.

“The three of them are supporters of the proposal to cooperate with PAS to prevent three-cornered contests,” Rafizi said in a statement today.

Latheefa & Surendran  


probably the most knowledgeable man on Shaariibuu Altantuyaa other than the late Altantuyaa herself

Parachutist Surendran's greatest performance was becoming a PKR Vice-President even way before he became a parliamentarian, much to the immense jealousy of a former acolyte of Anwar, Gobalakrishnan - and hell hath no fury like a devotee scorned.

Gobala lost Padang Serai to Surendran (by party elimination) and angrily stood as an independent in the 2013 election, and lost. He then rejoined his old party MIC after 18 (wasted?) years in PKR. We haven't heard of him since.

As for Latheefa Koya, she is still an Azmin loyalist and had even allegedly accused Rafizi Ramli of being an UMNO mole. I wonder whether she is related to 'someone' (wakakaka) as she was born in Kerala too.

But Anwar in making the tangkal-statement to 'protect' & teflon-ised Azmin for sucking up to PAS, after being fed info only by Azmin-loyalists (the 3 lil' Indians), demonstrated his partiality towards his blue-eyed boy, anyway at that time last year, wakakaka.

Tanjong Malim new MCA candidate

FMT - Perak BN drops Ka Chuan in favour of younger candidates (extracts):

Poor Ka Chuan. He will be replaced by a newbie in his Tanjung Malim constituency.

Ka Chua, the brother of the better known Ong Ka Ting (former MCA party president), became famous or more likely, notorious when he pleaded with Chinese Malaysian voters to 'kasilah satu vote kepada MCA dari se lima vote tuan-puan', wakakaka.

Yes, just before the 2008 election, Ong Ka Chuan who was the MCA’s secretary-general knew the political thunderstorm then was approaching, swallowed his pride and ate humble pie in making that plea to the Chinese community.

FMT had then reported that when he addressed voters in Perak’s Kinta Valley, he said: “If you have five people in your household, I plead with you to give one vote to MCA.”

The Chinese must have heeded him because 80% (4 in 5) of Chinese votes went to the federal opposition.

Good bye, Ka Chuan, now you can play mahjong all day long 7/24, wakakaka.

Tanjung Bungah menjadi Tanjung Perang

MM Online - Teng to contest Tanjung Bungah (extracts):

GEORGE TOWN, April 24 — Penang Barisan Nasional (BN) chairman Teng Chang Yeow will be contesting the Tanjung Bungah state seat.

The seat was former Penang chief minister Tan Sri Koh Tsu Koon’s state seat between 1990 and 2004.

Teng, who had previously contested Bukit Tengah but lost, said he chose Tanjung Bungah due to the civil society issues in the constituency.

“There is a deterioration of environment under the current state government as well as a lack of consultation in the constituency,” Teng said in a press conference after the list of Penang BN candidates was announced today. [...]

“We also look at the voters’ profile of 60 per cent Chinese and 26 per cent Malays so it is a seat that reflects what Gerakan represents,” he said.

Teng, who is also Penang Gerakan chairman, will be going up against DAP’s Zairil Khir Johari, Parti Rakyat Malaysia’s Chua Cheong Wee and Malaysian United Party’s Lee Zheng Yong.

Tanjung Bungah was traditionally a Gerakan stronghold before DAP’s Teh Yee Cheu wrested the seat from the party in 2008.

Teh Yee Cheu 

Teng is capitalising on former DAP Teh Yee Cheu's dissatisfactions with Lim Guan Eng's style of administration and alleged unfriendly to greenery development policies.

I admit I have been surprised by two happenings vis-a-vis Tanjung Bungah.

Firstly, I was a bit startled by Teh Yee Cheu leaving Tanjung Bungah to contest in Sungai Pinang. No doubt Sungai Pinang is Teh's hometown but I would have thought that after serving two terms in Tanjung Bungah he would have a better chance there.

Secondly, I am surprised by DAP shifting Zairil from the parliamentary seat of Bukit Bendera (where Zairil had served for one term and would have established himself as the constituency's rep) to Tanjung Bungah (no doubt still under the ambit of bukit Bendera).

It's somewhat a downgrade for Zairil, but I am also not too sure what to make of that salacious rumour about Zairil and his fiancée, but I can safely say Penang Chinese voters won't be influenced by such silly gossip, especially when both personalities are officially engaged.

But it's still annoying that Dyana continues to be a victim of politicised salacious gossip.

This coming election will be Teng's fifth experience, where he was successfully in the first two (with Penang then under Gerakan) but since 2008, knocked out by the DAP in 2008 and 2013.

Teng said he owes his political learning to three people, namely, Dr Lim Chong Eu (a great guy), Dr Lim Keng Yaik (quite a Machiavellian politician but OK) and a non-medical Dr Koh Tsu Koon (our dear Ah Koon, the most passive of the lot, wakakaka). I wonder whether Teng has been fishing for sympathy when he said this will be his last election if unsuccessful.

But I wish Zairil the best, and his happiness with Dyana. F**k the 'inner coterie'.

Gan Pei Nei gutted by Wan Azizah?

Online - Dropped in Rawang, PKR rep claims fell victim to smear campaign (extracts):

KUALA LUMPUR, April 24 — Incumbent Rawang assemblyman Gan Pei Nei said allegations that likely cost her the chance to defend the seat were the work of rivals in PKR.

The Star reported Gan as rebutting the poison pen letter that alleged she misused funds and was absent from the constituency, in which she responded that she had just given birth last month.

“Even then, I only took two weeks off. But on Sunday, PKR president Datuk Seri Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail told me during a meeting I had been suspended from contesting due to the letter,” she said yesterday.

The two-term assemblyman said she is willing to be investigated and will provide the necessary documents to defend herself.

Very unjust. Sweetie has just given birth and surely needs some time off.

As for corruption allegations (not even an official police charge) Wan Azizah has been unnecessarily unfair in treating Gan Pei Nei as guilty (based on a surat layang) until proven innocent.

they treated anwar unfairly lor 

But alas, that's the way PKR treats its own members, on the basis of factionalism and not evidence or proof.

But hey, it's not just PKR. That's how it is nowadays with parties' behaviour especially on the eve of general elections where every person stabs the other in order to get at a seat.

BEST political statement 2018 (15)).

From Malaysiakini's GE14 unknowns: Malaysia’s highly competitive polls, Singapore-based political analyst Bridget Welsh states (extracts):

Opposition leader Dr Mahathir Mohamad is also a divisive figure, similarly evoking strong emotions from critics. The sense of relief when Mahathir stepped down from office in 2003 was palpable. While corruption levels were not as high as Najib’s tenure, Mahathir did similarly undermine the democratic fabric of Malaysia.

Bridget's carries the BEST political statement this time, as follows:

The sense of relief when Mahathir stepped down from office in 2003 was palpable.

Indeed, which was why AAB won with a major landslide in 2004 that almost wiped out PKR, a party formed precisely to combat Mahathir. But again, it was Mahathir himself who destabilised AAB's government to a contrasting showing in 2008.

Just imagine how it is today for many PKR and DAP people, where in the case of the latter (DAP), many have remained in silence due to resignation at LKS' swansong antics, but far more importantly, disquiet trepidation of the DAP suffering far greater loss in any open internal spat.

DAP principles? Mananya? 


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If only (1) - 2018

If only Karpal Singh did not leave us so suddenly, the 'spiritual leader' of the DAP would have kept the 'avaricious mob' in line with the party principles.

His tragic death marked the end of the original DAP and the beginning of the Lim's dictatorial dynasty where grasping sheer power was everything, even unto sleeping with the enemy. 

O Karpal our dear Bhai, why did you leave us
To fester in the current field of unfettered greed
But nonetheless rest in peace, ignore our fuss
Of DAP's principles the Dynasty pays no heed

Monday, April 23, 2018

Jeff Ooi showed Guan Eng how it should be done

I just saw a STAR-TV titled No Hard feelings for dropped DAP MPs which tells us that:

Both Tanjong MP Ng Wei Aik and Jelutong MP Jeff Ooi said they would continue to stand in the front line and defend the party despite being dropped by DAP for GE14.

Firstly, I think the title is a bit screwed up in its use of the preposition 'for', as in 'for dropped DAP MPs'.

Of course there shouldn't be any hard feeling 'for' the two.

Shouldn't it be 'from' which would then mean 'there isn't any hard feeling from Ng and Jeff Ooi'.

Even 'by' would be more correct than 'for', wakakaka.

Secondly, I was taught in my English classes that when there isn't any (item), then the noun should be in the singular, as in 'no hard feeling' without the 's' to indicate 'plurality'.

But I admit modern usage of English doesn't give a f**k on grammatical technicality, wakakaka.

Hard luck Jeff matey. 2023 then! And that time, hopefully with the Rocket flying again.

On the video clip, I saw Jeff Ooi introducing his replacement in Jelutong, RSN Rayer, with a thumbs-up for the new candidate for Jelutong.

renowned for being sued by umno charged for sedition for allegedly uttering the word 'celaka' at the state assembly sitting on May 20 and later at a rally in Island Glades on May 22.

(Peter corrected my error, thanks)

How nice it would have been if Lim Guan Eng was less arrogant and less sensitive towards Dr Tan Seng Giaw, and allowed the 8-terms MP to introduce his replacement Lim Lip Eng as his replacement for Kepong in GE14.

But alas, Tokong was too slighted by an insignificant remark by Dr Tan on Penang's diminishing greenery to the extent the DAP inner coterie cold-shouldered a 40-year party veteran without due courtesy as to be expected of well brought-up Chinese.

F**king biadap, boe-kar-see!

I am not going to forgive him for slighting my Penang record

BEST political statement 2018 (14)

Malaysiakini - Ambiga chides PKR for 'unforgivable nonsense' (extracts):

National Human Rights Society (Hakam) chairperson Ambiga Sreenevasan has criticised PKR over the crisis concerning its candidates for the coming general election.

“When the rakyat is doing everything in their power to overcome obstacles to ensure they can vote and to help in the elections, this nonsense in PKR is unforgivable,” she said in a Twitter posting.

I have to hand it to dearest Ambiga Sreenevasan for her most erudite blast against the taxi sapu party, to wit:

“When the rakyat is doing everything in their power to overcome obstacles to ensure they can vote and to help in the elections, this nonsense in PKR is unforgivable.” 

Kemo Sabe, those people have posed as us and sending war smoke signals

Undeniably it's the BEST political statement in recent times, wakakaka, though I personally feel insofar as PKR is concerned, this statement on the party unsavoury antics (eg. Kajang Rancid Satay, Bersih 3.0 Hijacking by Kemo Sabe and Tonto, 916 Brazen Bullshit, etc etc etc ) should have been said long ago and now constantly throughout the year, wakakaka again.

Proven: Anwar's 82 > AAB's 140

Praise be the Lord


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PKR's Hang Tuah & Hang Jebat

MM Online - Amid PKR rift, Azmin meets Anwar (extracts):

Hang Tuah & Hang Jebat?
but who is who? 

KUALA LUMPUR, April 23 — PKR deputy president Datuk Seri Azmin Ali is meeting de facto party leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim now, amid a rift over election candidates who have reportedly been rejected by president Datuk Seri Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail.

The party source who wished to not be named said Azmin is visiting Anwar at the University Kebangsaan Malaysia Medical Centre. The former arrived at around 10.30am, and was still talking with Anwar at 12.30pm.

Azmin meeting Anwar at University Kebangsaan Malaysia Medical Centre during the latter's medical checkup is related to my yesterday post titled Civil War in PKR?.

Apparently Wan Azizah, who is PKR party president, dropped most names on Azmin's list of recommended candidates for GE14, on advisement from "certain quarters".

Wan Azizah 

(wakakaka, just learning how to use one of Malaysian politic's frequently employed but notorious phrases, namely, "certain quarters")

That led PKR Wanita Boss Zuraida Kamaruddin to visit Wan Azizah for whatever reason, either to plead with or, as alleged by Otai Reformis, to 
intimidate the party president.

Zuraida Kamaruddin 

Azmin who was away in Nibong Tebal yesterday said he'd visit Wan Azizah to discuss the matter on his return, but instead he went straight to see Anwar in hospital.

There was a time when Azmin could do no wrong with Anwar as he was the blue-eyed boy of his Boss, but I wonder what's their relationship today.

Besides, his intra-party foes, the PKR Cats, miaow miaow, headed by Rafizi in deep alliance with another of Azmin's foe, Saifuddin Nasution, are both close advisers to Nurul, Anwar's own daughter and likely political heir.

the Cats 

Nurul Izzah 

I wonder whether Anwar will take Azmin' side again?

Double standards of the 'Father, Son & Hallelujah-ites'

Earlier in another post, we heard from Chow Chow Kon Yew of the DAP about his party’s decision not to field eight-term MP Tan Seng Giaw to defend the Kepong federal seat, despite Dr Tan having served DAP well, as just part of a “natural renewal” process in politics.

He said we need to remember politics is very fluid and can change. I wonder whether he realises that basic courtesy to a 40-year party has somewhat changed or rather to be more precise, f**king missing.

Veteran Dr Tan Seng Giaw was NOT even invited (or told) about the event when the DAP sec-gen, the man who is ultra sensitive about his CM's record on greenery in Penang, announces the DAP candidates for Selangor's federal and state seats.

Biadab, boe-kar-see.

But the DAP's 'natural renewal' process doesn't seem to apply to teflonised assholes like LKS.

Malaysiakini's DAP confirms Kit Siang to defend Iskandar Puteri tells us that the DAP has just confirmed that Lim Kit Siang will defend his parliamentary seat of Iskandar Puteri, which was renamed from Gelang Patah.

Cina mudah lupa

he gets away with forgetting them
whilst TSG gets it for doing a PAC's job properly

Compare or contrast as you wish the following:

Dr Tan Seng Giaw won Kepong in 2013 with a majority of 40,307 in a turnout of 58,585. In the old days we called that staggering majority a bloody huge landslide. He is 75 and thus must be dropped.

Lim Kit Siang won Gelang Patah in 2013 with a majority of 14,762 in a turnout of 95,068. In the old days we called that a comfortable majority. He is 77 and thus must be re-nominated.

Naturally the announcement was made by his son, DAP secretary-general Lim Guan Eng, in Johor.

"I am pleased to announce, in my capacity as secretary-general, (it was) a unanimous decision by the central executive committee, we have decided to choose a candidate who can lead us to victory.

"I announce for Iskandar Puteri, saudara Lim Kit Siang," Guan Eng said to loud applause from those present tonight.


Sunday, April 22, 2018

Civil War in PKR?

Aiyoyo, Civil War has begun in PKR, the taxi sapu company. It seems there was some alleged attempt at intimidating the party president.

Extracts of Malaysiakini's Don't threaten Wan Azizah, reformasi veterans warn Azmin's 'cartel' reads:... a group of reformasi veterans known as Otai Reformis issued a warning to PKR deputy president Azmin Ali and Wanita PKR chief Zuraida Kamaruddin.

The message was simple - “Don't threaten our president Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail”.

Although Otai Reformis secretary Shaiful Ariffin did not mention names in his statement, he had used the term “cartel” to describe the“pressure groups of the deputy president and Wanita chief.”

Contacted by Malaysiakini later, he confirmed that the message was intended for Azmin and Zuraida.

Zuraida Kamaruddin

Shaiful was commenting on the alleged crisis brewing in PKR over the selection of candidates for Selangor.

On Zuraida's meeting with Wan Azizah this morning, he said the meeting was brief as the PKR president was scheduled to meet her husband Anwar Ibrahim at the Sungai Buloh prison at 10am.

"We have not received information over what transpired (during the meeting)," he told Malaysiakini.

Last year The Sun Daily informs us Otai Reformis top guns resign following Tun M’s chairmanship appointment: (extracts):

Otai Reformis 1998 is a socio-politic movement that champions the total reform agenda in nation-building. It was formed soon after Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim was sacked as deputy Prime Minister by Dr Mahathir in 1998.

Otai Reformis 1998 chairman Saari Sungib and secretary Abdul Razak Ismail quit their positions, with the latter deciding to go heads on against PH in the coming 14th General Election (GE) under the Parti Sosialis Malaysia (PSM) banner.

Haji Saari Sungib
Selangor Amanah deputy chief - he backed Wan Azizah in the 2013 saga

In a statement yesterday, the duo said they, representing the voices of Otai Reformis, rejected Dr Mahathir’s appointment as the chairman of the opposition coalition, as well as the Prime Minister or any other ministerial or advisor positions should PH win the elections.

They also demanded that PH include in its GE14 manifesto the setting up of a Peace and Justice Commission (Suruhanjaya Keamanan dan Keadilan) to prosecute Mahathir.

Obviously Otai Reformis doesn't take kindly to Mahafiraun, having NOT forgotten what happened to Anwar Ibrahim in 1998.

Today the organisation turns its wrath on Azmin Ali and his Dwarves, suspecting the Dokkafar Being might have sent his lil' sweetie dwarf, Wanita PKR chief Zuraida Kamaruddin, to threaten or intimidate Wan Azizah on matters pertaining to selection of PKR candidates in Selangor for GE14.

Whether Zuraida Kamaruddin did or not, it spells Civil War in PKR.

At this preliminary stage, Tian Chua, a noted aide of Dokkafar, seems to be a casualty though there may be still hope for our police-biting police-cursing man who has sent a clear message that he, nominated for GE14 or otherwise, is staying put in both PKR and Selangor, and won't be joining the DAP Nomadic Wonder and cohorts in Johor - he never did like DAP people anyway, wakakaka.

Tian Chua has shown greater interests in campaigning for PAS and Pribumi 

I feel a bit disappointed that another collateral casualty Dr Tan Kee Kwong (son of Dr Tan Chee Khoon) may well NOT be renominated.

Dr Tan Kee Kwong PKR MP for Wangsa Maju

But it seems Cat-person Rafizi Ramli might have finally got through to Wan Azizah, that Azmin Ali is far too ambitious and thus too dangerous for the Anwar family. His base support has to be undermined and weakened.

above - PKR Dwarves

below - PKR Cats

Unfortunately, not unlike ancient Chinese Imperial Court, once a benefactor or sponsor in PKR went, his or her followers would go too. But it's too early to tell whether anyone will be politically decapitated.

Miaow 1 : Dokkafar 0.