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24 July 2010

Cry out for justice, Felda settlers told

JEMPOL: Settlers will be in debt to the Federal Land Development Authority (Felda) for generations unless it changes the way it finances the replanting of crops, according to PKR deputy president Syed Husin Ali.

The way Syed Husin sees it, the current “loop system of re-seeding” is outrageously unfair: a settler pays a monthly amount to the re-seeding fund, but when the time comes for re-seeding his plot, Felda charges him again for the costs.

"I urge Felda settlers to raise their voices and pressure the authority for justice,” he said last weekend at the launching of seven PKR branches at Felda Palong 9, which is in the Jempol area.

There was a menacing police presence at the event and the scholar-politician questioned their purpose.

Jempol police chief Supt Mohd Sabri Muhamad led about 50 policemen of various ranks in the show of force.

Ibrahim Yusof, the information chief for Negri Sembilan PKR, said many Felda settlers who wanted to attend the function turned back when they saw policemen checking MyKads and recording settlers’ personal particulars in a book.

"The presence of such a large number of policemen is to create fear among the Felda settlers and to prevent them from attending today’s function,” Syed Husin said to roars of agreement among the 100-odd settlers present.

"If not for them, I'm sure the crowd would have been much larger.”

How the loop system works

According to Syed Husin, this is how the loop system works: When a Felda settler starts producing rubber or palm fruits, Felda starts making monthly deductions from his income for the re-seeding fund, for fertilisers and weed killers, and for various other costs.

Usually a rubber tree or oil palm gives it yields for 20 years. After that, the re-seeding begins.

"What happens here is that Felda bears the entire cost of re-seeding and then comes up with a list of debts that the settler must settle once the new crop starts producing.”

Syed Husin challenged the deputy minister in charge of Felda, Ahmad Maslan, to explain why he declared in Parliament recently that the authority had spent RM2 billion for re-seeding when the cost was actually borne by the settlers.

He promised his audience that Pakatan Rakyat, if it were to achieve federal power, would ensure justice to Felda settlers.

"We will make sure the Felda settlers are debt-free,” he said.

Saiful having sex with prosecutor, says RPK

In an allegation that startles even those used to his flamboyant style, fugitive blogger Raja Petra Kamarudin has accused one of the prosecutors in Anwar Ibrahim’s sodomy trial of having a sexual relationship with Saiful Bukhari Azlan, the star prosecution witness in the case.

In a posting entitled “The bizarre case of Sodomy 2,” he says Saiful and Farah Azlina Latif are lovers.

“Farah Azlina, one of the federal counsel of the trial unit of the Attorney-General’s Chambers, who is on the prosecution team in the Anwar Sodomy 2 trial, is having an affair with Saiful,” he writes.

The posting features a picture of Saiful with his fiancé, Janna Mohd Zaki.

The allegation about Saiful’s relationship with Farah Azlina is made towards the end of the article, which reproduces three earlier articles in which Raja Petra gives details of the alleged political conspiracy behind the sodomy charge against the opposition leader. -FMT

Farah Azlina Binti Latif, one of the Federal Counsels of the Trial Unit of the Attorney-General’s Chambers who is on the prosecution team in the Anwar Ibrahim Sodomy 2 trial, is having an affair with Mohd Saiful Bukhari Azlan.

Yes, that’s right, Farah Azlina is bonking Saiful Bukhari. Have you ever heard of any other case anywhere else in the world where one of the prosecutors in bonking the key witness in what can be considered the most important trial in Malaysian political history?

Just when you thought Sodomy 2 is a most bizarre case it gets even more bizarre. I suppose, to save face, they might now have to say that Farah Azlina, Saiful Bukhari and Anwar Ibrahim were all in it together and that they indulged in group sex or orgies.

Let’s see what happens from hereon. Will Farah Azlina still be retained in the prosecution team? Who she bonks is her business. But since Saiful Bukhari is the man who is going to testify against Anwar, then this would be conflict of interest of the first degree...


Rosmah's Robert de Niro plan draws flak

The proposal to get Hollywood icon Robert de Niro to fly in and see the so-called progress of Malaysia is nothing but a theatrical stunt, said a Sabah opposition leader.

PKR’s Daniel John Jambun said he was curious why the actor and film director had been chosen to speak for Malaysia to the world.

He was referring to the idea expounded by Prime Minister Najib Razak’s wife, Rosmah Mansor.

Rosmah told the local media that she had met de Niro while in New York and had invited him to come to Malaysia.

According to her, people outside Malaysia have an information misconception about Malaysia, especially in New York, and this needed to be addressed.

Rosmah said de Niro, who had attended a function where Najib and she were present, “saw the other side of Malaysia.”

She quoted the movie star as saying, “You are very progressive, you are very engaging. I would like to come to your country.”

Rosmah said that she also told the people in New York that Malaysia was not destroying its forests.

According to her, New Yorkers also think that Malaysia was a breeding-ground for drugs, human trafficking and terrorists.

How much are we paying him?

However, John Jambun asked why were those behind the idea so confident that de Niro would only want to see the good side of Malaysia.

“Are they thinking of limiting de Niro to big cities like Kuala Lumpur and show him all the glitter of a metropolis?

“If they bring him to rural areas of Sabah and Sarawak, I would be glad to show him the progress that we have here,” he said sarcastically.

The PKR leader said Rosmah should not be too confident that de Niro would be impressed by what he sees, hears and reads about Malaysia.

“I have my doubts that de Niro would be impressed and would tell the world that Malaysia is such a fantastic country imbued with all the goodness from good governance that respects human rights and practices freedom of speech and association and distributes its wealth fairly to its people.

“Unless of course, you pay him good money to be a public relations spokesman… that is another issue altogether. How much would we pay for this kind of stunt?” he asked.

Citing the international public relations firm Apco Worldwide, John Jambun said: "The people know that the ruling government is spending hundreds of millions on PR.”

Sodomy II: Prosecutor team rocked with alleged affair of Saiful with team member

The Sodomy II trial involving Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim took a new twist where it was reported that a member of the prosecution team was alleged to be having an affair with the lead witness Mohd Saiful Bukhari Azlan. The claims were made by RPK (Raja Petra Kamaruddin) on his blog and the prosecuting team has claimed that they have yet to decide if she would be dropped from the team.

The lead prosecutor, Solicitor-General 2 Datuk Mohd Yusof Zainal Abiden said that the decision will only be made when the trial resumes on August 2. He said “I cannot tell you for now, I have not heard about these claims or allegations. But I will have to consult my team, and we will see on August 2 whether she will still be on the team. To begin with, she was not in my team. She is not a permanent member of the team… she was only brought in to help with taking notes, compiling data, evidence. So I cannot say that she’s been dropped from the team, because she was well, not really part of the team, not like (DPPs) Noorin (Badaruddin), or Wong (Chiang Kiat), or myself. She was brought in to help out, but now we have at least three lawyers who can do the compiling, and sometimes Noorin also takes down notes. Besides this she (the implicated DPP) is a prosecutor, a lawyer. She also has other cases to handle. If we decide not to include her on the team next month, it’s because we can handle it without her… it’s because she too has other cases to manage,”

On RPK’s claims, he said “I do not know. I cannot comment because I have not spoken to my team yet. Not to my knowledge, I do not know of this. What my team does in their own personal time is not my business. Usually, I don’t check on their personal lives. So I don’t know. I cannot comment. Can you trust Raja Petra in the first place? He’s always spreading rumours. I’m saying this, I have to meet my team, and I’ll get back to you. But she is not an important part of the team. She will only help if we need it,”


Mohd Yusof Zainal Abiden









You are one fuc-king bast-ard who lives on denial mode, an instruction laid down on you by your master.
If you dont open your fuc-king irritating mouth , nobody will call you a bast-ard !
Please make sure that the bast-ard arse-seller dont have any intimate affairs with the judges, be it, a man or a woman, or else, the the verdict of the case is already known before the judge opens his or her mouth.






What is the problem? a Kangaroo Court they wipe the assholes of their political masters. and the low life monkey judges will tell you, it is black even the color is white! A shameful judiciary of Orang Asli country created by Kerala mamak scumbag his greatest and finest achievement!
f**k Umno melayu bastards, f**k bolehland!

What is the name of this woman? I would like to try and take her to bed. there will be no complications and it will be fun guarantted.
The whole country is riddled with people in charge claiming they do not know.
The snake in the grass has entered your arse. And they do not know and therefore there is no point asking them what they think of this.

Shitfull did she pucka 12''didoo on your Sambal belacan ass.
And did you Bong her from the front and her Rear back door.

So did you call your Uncle Pet and Rosman to watch the Tiger Show also!!!!Did NAJIS joint in also. I help you ,,,you help me !!!!!

Yes Shaifull !!!! you did it in ,,,,,, UMNO style........


As what mamak kutty said......try a different recipe, why stick to sodomee ?

Stupid brainless monkeys making a mockery of themselves and presenting malaysia as a laughing stock to the eyes of the whole world, telling everybody that the country's leaders and its court of laws are only suitable for a specie known as bumi-putras or malay muslims who happen to migrate from some indon islands and now claiming that they are the orang utans of this country , sidelining the orang asli .

This bunch of bast-ards are so lazy that they insist on clinging as parasites or 'jamban maggots' insisting that they be continued to be fed shits by the country's shit stirrers, not even knowing that the shits that is still available will soon run out.

Five robbers gave some insight and advice to schoolkids

Five masked machete-wielding robbers gave some insight and advice to their victims after robbing them RM150,000 in cash and valuables. The robbers advised the schoolchildren 'not to become robbers like hard and become doctors and lawyers to make your parents proud'.

Initially, the five robbers entered a house in Taman Batang Melaka. A tuition teacher, 35-year-old M.Sashi was giving lessons to six primary schoolkids when they entered the house with weapons. The robbers tied him up as well as his wife, elderly mother and told the kids to lie face down.

According to Sashi, the robbers begged for forgiveness from his elderly mother and said 'forgive us...we are like your son trying to make a living'. Meanwhile, Jasin CID chief Asst Supt Ahzarha Abdul Rahim did not rule out the possibility that the robbers may have known the victims.











This country is being administered by crooks and it is really getting worse by the day.Can the rakyat really survive with all these crooks corrupting the country everyday? The rakyat has to act boldly and fast as the Umnoputras are just not keen to listen to us.

If anyone want to see some recorded snatch thieves,robbery and break ins, just surf at video google or video YouTube and type " Malaysia snatch thieves " or " Malaysia robbery " you will be surprise there are scores and scores of recorded crimes .... but how many of these recorded crimes did our police solved??????? I don't think our police was able to solve 3 % and not to my surprise if they solve none of these cases. That is one of the reasons why so many snatch thieves, robbery, break ins.

On the other hand, country economy is getting weaker and yet our BN is raising taxes and lagi worst ... corruptions are everywhere.

At least the robbers had the decency to feel sorry that they were stealing and were apologetic , unlike the 'criminal' politicians ! They treat the Rakyat like 'beggars' throwing the 'leftovers' from their LOOTING of the country's coffers !

Selangor Umno cronies upset due to empty pockets

COMMENT Selangor Umno leaders such as Dr Mohd Khir Toyo and Noh Omar are trying to outdo each other in maligning the Selangor state administration over some of its key policies.

Even the Deputy Prime Minister, Muhyiddin Yassin, has put his foot in, accusing the state of mismanagement especially with regards to the issue of sand mining and the provision of water services in Selangor.

Their motivations cannot be clearer when one doesn't see any Umno leader berating Abdul Ghani Othman's Johor administration where the worst cases of illegal sand-mining and sand-smuggling occurs despite the fact that these issues have been widely highlighted by the media.

What is more, Muhyiddin had the cheek to tick off Selangor Menteri Besar Khalid Ibrahim over his determination to maintain water tariffs and improve the quality of water services in the latter's dispute with Syabas, a subsidiary of Umno-linked Puncak Niaga Holdings Bhd.

This is despite the fact that the deputy prime minister's own home state of Johor had suffered the highest water tariffs in the entire country post-water privatisation, while at the same time having to endure severe water shortages rationing in major townships such as Kluang and Batu Pahat as recent as months ago.

The reasons for the above are crystal clear.

The determination of the state government to reduce patronage and corruption, maximize government revenue and to improve the quality of public services without increasing the financial burden of the rakyat is hurting the pockets of the Umno cronies in Selangor who are used to the ways of Barisan Nasional.

The Selangor government vehicle, Kumpulan Semesta Sdn Bhd (KSSB) today manage the issuance of permits for sand-mining in the state. For every sand mine, genuine operators obtain their permits via open tenders or requests for quotations where direct negotiations are no longer entertained.

As such, “Ali-baba” licensees under the previous regime who reaped easy profits by securing the permits via patronage and subsequently subcontracting the actual mining work for quick and easy profits are no longer viable as they'll either be disqualified or outbidded by genuine operators.

This has obviously attracted a fair and vocal share of detractors who are critical of KSSB as the new system is now more competitive and transparent.

Lower leakages

In addition, more stringent processes and enforcement has resulted in lower leakages via under-declaration of sand mined, and consequently increased the revenues of the state government by leaps and bounds.

In fact the total royalty and profits before taxation accrued to both the state and its subsidiary, KSSB have increased from RM4.39 million in 2007 under BN to RM8.17 million or by 86.1% in 2008, under Pakatan Rakyat's nine months of administration.

This increased further to RM13.76 million or a phenomemal 213% in 2009. For the first half of 2010 alone, the state has already collected RM15.3 million or on track towards achieving 500% increase for the full-year.

The figures speak for themselves, which are a result of a competent, accountable and transparent state administration. The rising income has been used to finance the state government's welfare schemes for the people.

Similarly for the water issues harped by Muhyiddin Yassin and more recently by Noh Omar, Khalid has remained steadfast in refusing to cow to the arm-twisting tactics of Umno-linked Puncak Niaga Holdings Bhd, backed by the Umno-led federal government.

No more free lunches

The latter entities have sought to substantially and unreasonably increase water tariffs by up to 37% for Selangor consumers and have to date refused to accept the state's proposal to consolidate the water industry which will result not only in lower tariffs but also better quality services.

Instead they chose to attack the state administration of mismanagement of water resources just because the state offers 20m3 of water for free monthly to assist to poor and needy in the state.

Muhyiddin, Noh, who is also Umno's Selangor deputy liaison chief and state Opposition Leader Khir are clearly acting as the angry voice of the Umno cronies in an attempt to destabilise the state government and take revenge for Pakatan Rakyat policies which put the welfare of the rakyat first.

Muhyiddin should instead tell the party's cronies that they could no longer expect free lunches and easy money, but instead get rid of their “subsidy mentality” of expecting handouts from the government.

After all, if the rakyat are expected to stomach the multiple price hikes due to subsidy cuts, then surely the Umno cronies who have profited lucratively all these years can perhaps learn to be competitive for once.

Khir and Noh in sandbox fight for Najib's love

Like children competing for parental approval, the sand issue in Selangor has become a race to prove who has the greater influence between former menteri besar Dr Mohd Khir Toyo and Noh Omar, the deputy chairman of the Selangor Umno liaison committee.

The aim, according to PKR's Seri Muda assemblyman Suhaimi Shafiei, is to prove to Umno president and Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak, who is the better man to lead Umno's assault in the next general election.

"It’s an ongoing feud, a war of influence. The separate press conferences by the two on the sand issue proves that there is an ongoing war,” he said, adding that both parties have been trying hard to hide their differences ever since he exposed their enmity on Feb 20.

According to Suhaimi, proof of their clash was evident when Noh hired a helicopter to search for evidence on the sand issue in his efforts to blacklist Pakatan Rakyat and at the same time smear mud on Khir’s face.

He said Khir, on the other hand, is using other approaches to defuse Noh’s increasing influence in the state.

“Both are using the sand issue as a springboard to garner political influence and Najib’s attention. They each are racing to be champions on an issue which they themselves stirred-up,” he added.

'It was worse during Khir's time'

Shuhaimi said illegal sand mining was worse during Khir’s tenure, especially in Batang Berjuntai and Kuala Langat.

“Why is Noh focussing on these areas? My believe is that he wants to embarrass Khir because the latter had shown illegal mining in the Dengkil area, which is under (state assemblyman) Marsum Paing, a strong supporter of Noh.

“Batang Berjuntai is under (state assemblyman) Amiruddin Setro who is Khir’s right-hand man now,” he added.

Suhaimi also revealed that there was a third “play safe” force in Selangor, which is Kuang assemblyman Abdul Shukor Idrus and his supporters, who would only bet on the “winning horse.”

“They would follow whoever that feeds them. For the moment they are close to Noh Omar because he is a minister. Khir is only an assemblyman and his grip has weakened,” he said.

Yesterday, Selangor Menteri Besar Khalid Ibrahim made a scathing remark about the Selangor police's silent indifference to sand thieving, despite the fact that a report complete with evidence had been forwarded to Deputy Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin and copied to the Selangor police chief

23 July 2010

Khairy says Gamuda should not get free pass to MRT project

Umno Youth chief Khairy Jamaluddin spoke up today against a Gamuda-MMC joint venture being awarded without competitive bids for the massive RM43 billion KL MRT project.

He also mocked the proposed “Swiss Challenge” philosophy of inviting rival tenders for the project, pointing out on his Twitter page that MMC-Gamuda had “Swiss-cheesed” the Smart Tunnel and double tracking projects.

The construction of the KL Smart Tunnel and the Ipoh-Padang Besar double tracking are two of the joint venture’s previous public infrastructure projects.

Gamuda-MMC had recently submitted an unsolicited bid to build a new MRT system for the city.

It has received “positive” backing from Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak, although some senior government officials have baulked at the high cost.

In a number of messages on Twitter today, Khairy called instead for an open tender to be conducted if the government wanted to go ahead with building an MRT system for the city.

“KL MRT needs to be open tender. EPU-Treasury release request for proposals. Make it benchmark for future projects/procurement,” he tweeted at about noon today.

The Malaysian Insider had reported that the unsolicited bid comes with the use of a “Swiss Challenge” philosophy to tender the project out, with MMC-Gamuda maintaining an advantage in being awarded the contract.

A Swiss Challenge is a form of public procurement in usually less-developed countries, where public authorities receiving an unsolicited bid for a project invites third parties to match or exceed it.

The public authority would also usually give the original proponent an advantage in a competitive bidding process.

Using this principle, competitive bids would have to be substantially lower or more cost-effective to defeat any proposal from MMC-Gamuda.

Government-owned UEM Group Berhad today indicated interest in submitting a rival bid for the massive RM43 billion KL MRT project, should it be opened for tender.

UEM group managing director and chief executive officer Datuk Izzaddin Idris, said today that there is “no reason not to bid” if the contract is awarded through an open tender, in response to a question on whether UEM would be interested in submitting a bid.

A bid from UEM would help fulfil the criteria for competitive bidding under the Swiss Challenge.

Khairy had also admitted the need for the MRT system but added that a project of such scale should be awarded fairly.

“We need a new MRT. I have no doubt about need. But award properly. Move away from legacy,” he said further in a tweet posting.

Gamuda Berhad is already pressing ahead with its plans and expects a decision in the next two to three months, with work commencing early next year.

Khairy, however, appears sceptical about Gamuda’s ability to run the project, again expressing his view through

“Can’t do RM40 plus billion via Gamuda-MMC ‘Swiss challenge’ or whatever. They’ve already Swiss cheesed Smart tunnel & double tracking,” he tweeted.


RM43 billions KLMRT without bidding because the Real Cost is not determined subject to variations and adjustments on incremental costs(real and artificial) basis.

Sure win project because all costs incurred will pass on to the end users Rakyat and project once started can not be abandoned because of National Pride.

Open tender should not be by locals only for a competitive bid.

Learn from the experience of STAR/PUTRA and the existing transport system and JAM.

khairy....Now that your father in law is no longer PM and you out of 4th floor, you cry foul about open tender.Have you not heard the saying what goes around comes around! That is the irony. I hope you are sincere about this call and not out of spike!

Oh come on! I know he is trying to look outspoken these days. He just showing his anger because he got no position in the government. You will see how he can turn silent once PM offered him post in the ministry. I bet! UMNO is still UMNO. Never fall to their holes.

A billion for Orang Asli, claims government

The government has spent almost RM1 billion since 2006 to develop and ensure the Orang Asli community can compete with the nation’s other races.

Rural and Regional Development Minister Datuk Seri Shafie Apdal said the allocation covered the Seventh to Ninth Malaysia plans, as well as the first and second economic stimulus packages.

“Almost half a billion ringgit was provided for the Orang Asli during the five year period from 2006 to 2010), with the aim of making them more competitive and help change their nomadic lifestyle to a more permanent one.

“We are slowly seeing progress among the Orang Asli community, in addition to eradication of poverty,” he said during his opening speech at the launch of a multi-source rural water supply system in the Kampung Songkok Orang Asli Settlement here today.

The text of his speech was read out by his deputy, Datuk Hasan Malek.


That billion cannot pay for the timber they have stolen. The Penan girls maruah is worth more than that.

Sodomy II prosecutor faces chop amid ‘affair’ allegation

Allegations that a member of the prosecution team in Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim’s Sodomy II trial is romantically involved with lead witness Mohd Saiful Bukhari Azlan has rocked prosecutors who say they are still undecided if she would be dropped when the case resumes next month.

Fugitive blogger Raja Petra Kamaruddin had earlier today alleged that a female deputy public prosecutor, who is a junior member of the prosecution team in Anwar’s trial, is having an “affair” with Saiful.

But lead prosecutor for the case, Solicitor-General 2 Datuk Mohd Yusof Zainal Abiden, stressed that any decisions on whether she would still be on the team would only be made on August 2, when the trial resumes.

Mohd Yusof refused say whether she had been dropped following Raja Petra’s allegations.

“I cannot tell you for now, I have not heard about these claims or allegations. But I will have to consult my team, and we will see on August 2 whether she will still be on the team,” Mohd Yusof told The Malaysian Insider.

But the senior prosecutor insisted that her role in the case was minimal, as she was “not officially” part of the team when the trial first started.

Mohd Yusof was also at great pains to explain that she had only been brought in to assist with compiling data and taking notes of trial proceedings because another prosecutor left the team.

“To begin with, she was not in my team. She is not a permanent member of the team… she was only brought in to help with taking notes, compiling data, evidence.

“So I cannot say that she’s been dropped from the team, because she was well, not really part of the team, not like (DPPs) Noorin (Badaruddin), or Wong (Chiang Kiat), or myself. She was brought in to help out, but now we have at least three lawyers who can do the compiling, and sometimes Noorin also takes down notes.

“Besides this she (the implicated DPP) is a prosecutor, a lawyer. She also has other cases to handle. If we decide not to include her on the team next month, it’s because we can handle it without her… it’s because she too has other cases to manage,” said Mohd Yusof.

But the solicitor-general was mum when asked whether there was any truth to Raja Petra’s claims, and whether it would mean that she needs to be dropped from the team in the event that the allegations are true.

“I do not know.I cannot comment because I have not spoken to my team yet. Not to my knowledge, I do not know of this.

“What my team does in their own personal time is not my business. Usually, I don’t check on their personal lives. So I don’t know. I cannot comment. Can you trust Raja Petra in the first place? He’s always spreading rumours.

“I’m saying this, I have to meet my team, and I’ll get back to you. But she is not an important part of the team. She will only help if we need it,” insisted Mohd Yusof.

Anwar is being prosecuted by an eight men prosecution team comprising Mohd Yusof, Datuk Nordin Hassan, Mohamed Hanafiah Zakaria, Wong, Noorin, Mira Mirna Musa, Naidatul Athirah Azmad and Farah Azlina Latif.

Saiful and the female DPP implicated could not be reached for comment.

Anwar, the 62-year-old PKR de facto leader, is charged with sodomising Saiful at Unit 11-5-1 of the Desa Damansara Condominium in Jalan Setiakasih, Bukit Damansara here between 3.01pm and 4.30pm on June 26, 2008.

The former deputy prime minister has denied the charge, describing it as “evil, frivolous lies by those in power” when the charge was read out to him. He is charged under section 377B of the Penal Code and can be sentenced to a maximum of 20 years’ jail and whipping upon conviction. The trial is taking place 18 months after Anwar was charged in court in August 2008.

Anwar was charged with sodomy and corruption in 1998 after he was sacked from the Cabinet and was later convicted and jailed for both offences. He was freed in September 2004 and later resurrected his political career by winning back his Permatang Pauh parliamentary seat in a by-election in 2008, which had been held in the interim by his wife.

He had earlier led the opposition coalition, Pakatan Rakyat, to a historic sweep of five states and 82 parliamentary seats in Election 2008.


UMNO govt is cooking up scandal and scandal to frame Anwar. But unknown to them these scandal is having its own scandal. How to trust these bunch of idiotic prosecution team? Seems they dont even have a single drop of professionalism about their work. UMNO BOLEH.

Like it or not, the entire creditability of Saiful & the prosecution team is down the drain & there goes the moral standards of the whole team - the reliability of their statements made is in total doubt!!
No wonder they dare not let the defence team get the documents - what is there to prove that they did not fabricate the evidence - people of such low moral standards!!!

22 July 2010

Police raids PKR HQ for Chegubard’s computer

The police raided the PKR (Parti Keadilan Rakyat) Headquarters in Petaling Jaya where they were searching for the computer that was used by Bardul Hisham Shaharin, or Chegubard, a member of the party’s supreme council member on claims that he has insulted the King and the royalty in one of his blog entries. According to Latheefa Koya, the Information Chief of PKR, “Their presence is disturbing party workers, who are worried that confidential party data will be confiscated,”

This would be the second raid by the police to search Badrul’s workplace where the first one was called off before it took place. He was arrested on July 9 where he was questioned for 3 hours and had his home ransacked. The police appeared unannounced but the raid was called off 1 hour after they entered the office. Johnson Chong, the Communications Chief of the PKR said “The decision to call of the raid followed discussions between them and PKR representatives. It was found that the warrant the police produced was faulty and had 'technical errors'. Among them is that it did not state the purpose of the search exercise nor the case under police investigation.”


The Rakyat's demand for an investigation regarding the murder of the mongolian beauty with fingers pointed on the wife of PM until now was not done, why was that ? Is this Rosmah immune to police investigations ? bear in mind that this issue is still not resolve and is damaging the country in the eyes of the whole world and everybody in the whole world is saying that our country is being run by a PM and wife possibly involved in a murder case.
Why dont the police investigate and clear the 'good name' of our PM and his wife ????

Typical of them. Anything to do with opposition, they get the go ahead to raid without hesitation.

Have anyone heard if they have raided any of the high profile UMNO leaders?

Utusan making Umno sound desperate for talks with PAS - KJ

Umno Youth Chief Khairy Jamaluddin has hit out at Umno owned newspaper Utusan Malaysia for making Umno sound ‘desperate’ in calling on PAS for unity talks. He said that the front-page article had blew the issue out of proportion where he wrote on his Twitter site that "Saya rasa cukuplah dengan usaha & artikel perpaduan UMNO-PAS, Cerita pg1 Utusan hari ini Nampak macam kita desperate sangat (I think the efforts and articles on Umno-Pas unity have been enough, Utusan's page one story makes us look so desperate),"

It was reported that the so-called unity talks between PAS and Umno will not go on where the PAS leaders said that they do not want to negotiate further. Nasrudin Tantawi, the Youth chief of PAS had earlier said that “The opposition party need not be "defensive" when presented with such a proposition, though he stressed that it should be conditional. We (PAS) do not need to reject the offer. Accept the offer for the unity of the ummah because we do not want division, but it is mandatory for us to set Islam as our condition. Even PAS spiritual leader Nik Aziz Nik Mat had once said that should Umno embrace Islam as its core principle, there would be no need for PAS. However, I have a slightly different take on this. If I may say, 'If Umno accepts Islam as the party's core principle, then disband Umno and join PAS', because by then the goals of Umno and PAS would be the same."


This is like water and oil. Both can't dilute. It will not happen between PAS and UMNO.

However, we are seeing cancer growth within UMNO.


MACC cases involving Ong, Liow’s wife and Khalid closed

The MACC (Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission) has closed 3 high profile cases which they have been investigating that caught the public eye. The commission’s operations review and evaluation panel agreed that the 3 cases, which involved 3 high profile personalities are now closed. The first one is the case involving Datuk Seri Ong Tee Keat, the former president of MCA who alleged to have received RM10million from Datuk Seri Tiong King Sing for ‘party purposes’.

The second case is the one involving the wife of Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai, the Health Minister for having allegedly received an MPV as a birthday gift while the third case involved Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim, the Mentri Besar of Selangor on his ‘open house’ celebrations. According to Hadenan Abdul Jalil, the chairman of the panel, “The case against Ong was closed because of the lack of witnesses in determining the recipient of the money.”

On the MPV case, he said that “Investigations revealed that the vehicle was personally purchased by the minister and not given in the form of a gift as claimed by the complainant. Investigations have shown that he (Liow) did not have any official connection with the contractor and (that) the car was bought by him,” while on the Khalid Ibrahim case, he said “The claims could not be substantiated. We agreed to close this case because the function was attended by members of the public and not just particular individuals,”




20 July 2010

Explain how you spend RM592b of Petronas’ contributions – DAP tells Govt

Nga Kor Ming, the assistant national treasurer of DAP said that the party is demanding the government to reveal and explain how they spent the RM592billion contribution by Petronas. DAP and the opposition have been criticizing the government over their ‘careless spending’ after the recent subsidy rationalization. He said “The government needed to reveal how it manages the country’s wealth before attempting to justify its move to scrap subsidies.”

“Since Petronas’ formation in 1974, the oil and gas giant had been the single largest contributor to federal coffers, with payments to the government totalling RM592 billion. In 2008, Petronas paid the government RM61.6 billion and last year, it contributed as much as RM74 billion. This year, even with the decline of RM16.4 billion, Petronas still paid RM58.3 billion, including RM30 billion in dividends,”

He also said “Voters deserved the right to know how Petronas’ contributions had been spent in order to prove there was accountability and transparency in the government’s financial management. To avoid corruption and ensure that the country’s total assets are not focussed on merely a few cronies, it is the government’s responsibility to inform the public how Malaysia’s wealth and treasures are managed. The government says the subsidy system needs to be restructured if we want to avoid becoming a bankrupt nation by 2019. But the people know better that this excuse is not good enough. The AG’s report has revealed before that Malaysia faces RM28 billion in annual losses resulting from leakages and mismanagement in the funds of government agencies and departments under the Barisan Nasional leadership,”


Rm592 billion JUST on the Petronas's contribution, how about other TAXES ! So it can easily comes to a few thousand billions YET we are in rm362 billion DEPT !

Even a cendol seller like can smell something very wrong. It don't need a rocket scientist or a professional accountant to tell us something is VERY VERY wrong with our government financial system.

Country in very bad shape, yet we spend few billions on three stupid submarine and spend additional 4 billions on Najeep dept, lost few billions from Felda and lost rm 5 billions on PPSMI.

The country will not go bankrupt in2019 as what the UMNO block heads have been talking when the Minister Idris Jala explained the financial situation of the country. Malaysia is holding a deficit of RM362 billion. The AG also mentioned in their report that RM28 billion in losses from leakages and mismangement in the funds of government agencies and other departments under the Barisan Nasional leadership. As our financial account is in such a bad shape, even GREENSPAN. the financiall expert from US, will not be able to help us unless we cut off those parasites (government agencies that lost money) and remove the subsidy on those organisations ( power generating) and Plus Toll where they are making hugh profits. If the situation worsens in a very short time, we need to sell the two submarines as "SCRAPS" the maintenance costs on a yearly basis. We need to tighten the belts together to reach 2020 status.

In overseas, if any ministers who had lost ten of twenty million US will have to resign and before they resign they have to apologize to the citizen for their incompetence. In New Zealand, a minister will resign when he was 'caught' misusing the government fund for only 15 K, in American a senator will give up his position when he was found receiving US150,000 of F.O.C. renovation works.

But back in BolehLand, our Umno/BN elites, can 'makan' tens to hundreds of millions per project, and have been going on for decades yet there are 'untouchable'. The whistle blowers will either have been sack by the party or some even threaten with ISA.... what the fark with our BolehLand ... a Land of Broad daylight Corruption ".

1Malaysia ‘hollow’ as compared to Vision 2020 – Razaleigh

Umno veteran Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah or more passionately known as Ku Li has poured cold water on the 1Malaysia concept as mooted by the prime minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak saying that the Vision 2020 was more inspiring when it was announced by the former prime minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad. He said that as compared to the Vision 2020, the 1Malaysia concept was more ‘hollow’ and “lacked a cohesive policy to support a long-term goal”.

He said “When Dr Mahathir positioned a vision of 2020, the vision, its idea gives people hope. 1Malaysia is hollow, it must have a policy to go about it, to support it. Only then will people get involved in it. I think he is earnest in wanting to provide (a) leadership for the country, but he also has problems which are insurmountable. There is no concerted effort by the government, 1Malaysia does not excite people. We already have the federal constitution which is supposed to unite everybody. We don’t have a clear policy that will generate support. You want a proper economic model, you want support on (a) federal (level), go out and concentrate on something concrete,”

He added that “If the Cabinet is not even supposedly doing what Najib says, what does it mean? I have to say it because others won’t say it. You have people like Idris Jala and Koh Tsu Koon forming NKRAs and running around here and there… even the Deputy Prime Minister doesn’t even care about 1Malaysia. He is Melayu ‘Malay’ first. There is a gap between Najib and Umno party members… he probably has not done enough to forge a relationship with the members. He means well when he goes down for his walkabouts, like how he went to Petaling street. But how many people (Malaysians) live in Petaling Street? Its full of foreigners,”


WHY 2020???








To Malaysians they are more familiar with Najib's creation, TUNNEL VISION from his filthy asshole!....corruption, corruption and more corruptions!!!

19 July 2010

Lawyer’s home burgled, believed to be linked to PI Bala’s case

Former Bar Council president Manjeet Singh’s house was broken into today and the lawyer said it could be connected to his work with missing private investigator P. Balasubramaniam.

Manjeet’s home was also attacked with Molotov cocktails last November, coincidentally after Bala gave interviews over his contradictory sworn statements over the murder of Mongolian Altantuya Shaariibuu.

“I have just been informed that my house in Kuala Lumpur has been broken into and the main item targeted and removed is my laptop. I am flying back immediately from London to attend to this incident,” Manjeet said in a statement tonight.

“It is very revealing that this is the second incident targeted at my house proximate to my attending to PI Bala’s matters. I had Molotov cocktails thrown at my house after his Singapore interview and now after his London and Paris interviews I have had my house broken into and my laptop removed. It is telling that many other valuable items in the same room, including my wife’s jewellery, were left untouched.

“I have serious concerns that attempts might be made by interested parties to interfere with the contents of my laptop and fabricate material,” said Manjeet, who added he will lodge a police report upon checking his house.

Manjeet was in London where he had accompanied Bala who had agreed to give a statement on his claims over Altantuya’s murder to the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) in the first week of July.

But the MACC backed out of the interview, citing legal considerations.

Govt still have RM10b even without subsidy rationalization

Datuk Seri Ahmad Husni Hanadzlah, the Second Finance Minister has reported that even without implemented the recent subsidy rationalization, the government would still have a surplus of RM10billion and that the reason for the so-called cuts was to increase the efficiency of the country’s economy. He said "Taxes collected by the Customs Department and the Inland Revenue Board will be RM158 billion this year compared to RM148 billion projected when the 2010 Budget was tabled last year,"

Ahmad Husni added that “To achieve the objective of making Malaysia a high-income nation, the government had to transform the economy, making it a better-managed economy by 2020.” His deputy, Datuk Seri Awang Adek Hussin said that “The subsidy reduction for sugar would minimise smuggling activities because it would make it prohibitively costly for smugglers to do so. This means that sugar can be obtained easily in the local market. Before the subsidy adjustment, there was a huge difference in the price of sugar, which was RM1.65 per kg in the local market compared to RM2.50 per kg in the neighbouring country.”


RM10b for BN bastards to steal

All BN bastards are CROOKS






We have money to buy billions of dollar submarine, expenses for the MB to visit Disneyland, spend millions for palaces but we have no money to subsidies the rakyat. What anger me is that the Straits Times dare report that our prices are still one of teh lowest in the region. Why did they not report that our car taxes are teh higest in this region, our yearly driving licenses are also the highest and highest toll road in this region. With the saving in car taxes and extra in bank hire purchase camparing Thaialnd and Malaysia for a Typical Toyota Vios, I can have free petrol for 5 years... what have the Minister have to say to that

Paris Hilton detained while traveling with 'powerful' Malaysians

AJACCIO - American party girl Paris Hilton was briefly held by police on the French island of Corsica after being caught with cannabis in her handbag, according to police sources.

Hilton was detained after arriving at the airport in Figari on a private jet from Paris on Friday.

Police found less than a gram of cannabis in her handbag, and released her soon afterwards without charge.

According to Corse-Matin newspaper, Hilton was traveling on the private jet with "people close to power in Malaysia", and was due to travel by yacht to the luxury resort of Porto Cervo in Sardinia, Italy.

The incident is the American's second brush with the law this month.

The 29-year-old was arrested during the World Cup in South Africa after a friend she was with took a joint to the Brazil-Netherlands quarter-final match in Port Elizabeth.

A darling of the tabloids, Hilton, the great-granddaughter of the Hilton hotel chain's founder, shot to fame in 2003 when her boyfriend leaked a video of their sexual escapades on the Internet.


OK lah, who were the powerful Malaysians with her? ....


Home Ministry defends lengthy permit renewals

The Home Ministry unit that renews publishing permits today broke its silence over its slow processing time, claiming its officers have to read every edition and also process more than 300 applications monthly.

Pakatan Rakyat (PR) parties have lamented that the publishing and printing permits take almost a year to approve, pushing them to break the law by publishing without permits or using expired permits. There has been speculation that the government has denied permits to stop critical reports from being published.

The ministry’s Publications Control and Quranic Text secretary Datuk Zaitun Ab Samad told The Malaysian Insider that her office had plenty to handle every month, adding her staff members were not deliberately prolonging the renewal application process.

“We do not only handle the publications permits, we also handle the printing licences. We also have to study the content of the publications before granting the approvals.

“When you have more than 300 applications to go through every month, it will definitely take a while,” she said in an interview today.

She said that the ministry did not only process applications for political party organs but for all publications that required permits, including magazines, brochures, bulletins and even newsletters.

“Even Giant (hypermarket) sends us their applications. So, you can just imagine the amount of work we have to do. We are not deliberately being slow so it is not fair to blame us for that,” she said.

Zaitun explained that the renewal process of a publication permit was not as simple as merely approving each application without properly studying the content of the publication.

“We have to go through one year’s worth of content before we decide on whether to grant the approval. That is just a standard operating procedure,” she said.

Zaitun added that this proved that the ministry was not unfair when reviewing the renewal applications it would first conduct a comprehensive study of each publication to see if it had contravened the ministry’s content guidelines before making its decision.

“We have to be fair. We cannot just reject their applications by reviewing one or two months’ worth of content.

“For example, if a printing permit expires in June, we cannot just review the May editions and decide from there. We have to go through everything to decide if it had reasonably complied with the ministry’s guidelines,” she said.

Zaitun also defended the ministry’s recent clampdown on opposition party organs, and said that the government, had always been “very, very lenient” with the parties throughout the years.

She pointed out that it had always been a guideline for the party organs to only print party-related news but this had always been flouted.

“They are only supposed to be publishing on party activities. They have always known that. They knew this when they applied for permits as political party publications,” she said.

Zaitun noted that the fact that the ministry had been lenient on the rules showed that the government was not out to attack the opposition.

“For example, another rule is that they are only allowed to sell their newspapers to party members. We can enforce this but we have have chosen to just appeal to their better nature.

“This is why we have just appealed to them to stick to the guidelines,” she said.

She said that the ministry would only consider revoking publication permits as its last option.

“We do not want it to turn into a big issue so we prefer to settle it through discussion and explanation. The last option is to revoke the licences. We just hope they stick to the guidelines,” she said.

Zaitun said her office would soon contact DAP’s The Rocket management for a meeting soon to discuss its publication permit.

“We will invite them to meet with us soon,” she said but would not reveal if the ministry planned to allow the party to renew the permits for its Chinese and English editions.

The Rocket was slapped with two show-cause letters last week for the two editions when it continued printing with expired publication permits.

The permit for The Rocket’s English edition had expired last month while its Chinese edition’s permit expired last November.

DAP national publicity secretary Tony Pua however said the party had already sent its renewal application on July 10 last year.

He had also claimed that it usually takes the ministry nearly one year to process the applications.

Zaitun claimed the party had actually sent its application late to the ministry.

“They did not provide us with some documents so their applications eventually came late. However, we did not go to the press with this – we just dealt with them directly,” she said.

On PKR’s Suara Keadilan, whose printing permit too had expired last month and is pending in the hands of the ministry, Zaitun said: “It is still status quo for them. If they want to have it renewed, they can come to us and explain.”

The ministry put the renewal of Suara Keadilan’s printing permit on hold temporarily pending an explanation it had sought from PKR over several allegedly defamatory articles it had published.

The party has since replied to the ministry and is presently attempting to seek a meeting to iron out the issue.

PKR chief strategist Chua Tian Chang said the publication’s staff was still preparing the content for its next edition, pending the meeting with the ministry and with the Pakatan Rakyat leadership council.

The PR leadership decided to momentarily suspend the publications last week in order to seek an amicable solution with the ministry over the permit issue.


This show how efficient is our government servants. How do you expect FDI to flow into our country if a yearly printing permit also take a year to approve. Inefficiency leads to corruption as those who cannot wait will bribe their ways to obtain it.

How come it doesn't take them a year to renew Utusan, NST or any of the other pro BN newspapers?

What nonsense to say that you have 300 applications a month to read and approve. Zaitun it is better to say that the staff is not fit at all. Renewal application takes 1 year to renew. If there are enough evidence that the publication is not in accordance to the guidelines and that these political parties had contravene the guidelines, why cant the ministry meet up with the parties concerned after they contravened such guidelines since 8 copies were given to you. Say that you do not have initiative and that the Home Mionister is even shocked to learn that it takes a year to renew the licence. I challenge you to resign and employ a private sector to run the approval. You are simply LAZY AND NOW GIVING EXCUSES.

Perak PAS Youth calls Harussani a racist

Perak PAS Youth today called the state’s mufti Tan Sri Harussani Zakaria a racist and said that he was not fit to be a mediator for Muslim unity.

It said that Harussani’s statement that he will continue to play the role of “mediator” to unite Muslims and Malays was only a ploy by Umno to garner support.

“Perak Pas Youth is not confident with Perak Mufti Tan Sri Dr Haji Harussani Zakaria’s personality or if he is able to be professional and just in ensuring the unity of the Malays and Muslims because he is politically biased. The statement made is actually Umno’s agenda to ensure that they will stay in power after the people have rejected them,” said Perak PAS Youth in a press statement.

Last Saturday, Harrusani said that he will continue in his efforts to unite Muslims especially Umno and PAS members.

“There is still hope (for Muslim and Malay unity) if we are smart in giving priority to more important matters towards achieving this goal. There is still hope because both (Umno and PAS) want to unite,” said Harussani.

PAS Youth also stressed that Harussani must be neutral and not politically biased.

“Perak PAS Youth also rejects Tan Sri Harussani’s racist attitude and his responsibility as a Mufti. While abroad, especially in Australia in June 2010, Tan Sri Harussani revealed his hate against other races during his ceramah with Malaysian students there.

“Tan Sri Harussani must be neutral and his knowledge must display the characteristics of a respected figure and not as a spokesman for certain parties,” PAS Youth said.


What the PAS youth said is so true. Harussani is an UMNO man! and he's racist! God created all races and all man equal. To relegate another race to be second class citizen is indirect affront to God!

This Mufti of Perak is like Dr Ridzuan Tee and Tun M. All forgo their natural race and clash in to
be more Malay then Malay. Just like to ask the Perak Mufti since when he became a Malay. He is a Banjar . Banjar are part of the Native of Kalimatan Selatan. Now we must know he is figthing hard to be in the good book of UMNO knowing that when the next GE comes he may have to find another place to be a bias Mufti.

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