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07 October 2010

Former Anwar’s aide signed SD voluntarily – Anwar’s lawyer

Sankara Nair, the lead counsel for opposition leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim has refuted the claims by Rahimi Osman, a former aide of Anwar who claimed that he was forced to sign 2 statutory declarations in 2008 saying that Rohimi had in fact voluntarily signed the documents. He said “I emphatically wish to state that Rahimi was not forced to sign the SD. He made the SD voluntarily and the SD was in Anwar’s favour. He (Rahimi) freely gave out information… I was present along with other lawyers when he was giving his account of what had happened,”

He also said that Latheefa Koya, the information chief of PKR (Parti Keadilan Rakyat) was in charged of getting Rahimi to sign the declarations and did not force him as claimed (by Rahimi) where the statutory declarations implicated the prime minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak and his wife Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor to have masterminded a conspiracy against Anwar.

Sankara added that “The signing was done before Latheefa... why is he making an about turn only now? After about 3 years? Clearly smells sinister. The defence team would consider taking this matter to court, as Rahimi is currently part of the defence team’s witness list. You can say that we are considering contempt of court... He has always been a defence witness. But I can only make further comments after I site Rahimi’s police report and the SDs that he is making references to confirm they are the same ones that are in my possession,”


Another pokkai bastard in need of money

Rahimi Osman, my advise to you is to sell your family at chowkit

dont be a pariah bastard

Notice both former aides are young (Saiful now Rahimi)? I guess it is easier to buy them and get them to be guineapigs.

Whatever it is, this time there is confidence that the lawyers of DSAI were there as witnesses for the SD. This is going to be fun to watch. Another bolehland production.

Anwar’s former aide claimed he was ‘forced’ to sign SDs implicating Najib and Rosmah

Rahimi Osman, a former aide of opposition leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim has created headlines where he came out to claim that he was ‘forced’ to implicate the prime minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak and his wife Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor in the currently going on Sodomy II trial involving Anwar and another aide, Mohd Saiful Bukhari Azlan who is Rahimi’s friend. He said that in June 28, 2008 he was ‘forced’ to sign 2 statutory declarations that claimed that Najib and Rosmah had masterminded the conspiracy against Anwar.

Rahimi was to hold a press conference yesterday but failed to do so after members of the PKR (Parti Keadilan Rakyat) interfered before he could start. Rahimi made a police report earlier where he claimed that Latheefa Koya, the information chief of the PKR had forced him to sign the 2 statutory declarations. He said “I was forced to sign two statutory declarations on June 2008 about Anwar and Saiful. The declaration was not true because I did not write it. I was forced to sign it because I feared for my safety... at that time there were hundreds of Anwar’s supporters and right-hand men around Quality Hotel. The contents of the previous SDs were not true… So I have made a new SD. I want witness protection from the police...I fear for my life as well as my family,”


Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim does not 'own' PDRM.
Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim cannot enforce ISA
Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim is the boss of MACC
Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim does not control AG

So what makes Rahimi so afraid of DSAI ?
Why after 2 years 4 months only Rahimi made an instant U turn?
What makes Rahimi being fearless now?

After all Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim does not control our Army so naturally DSAI cannot produce 'See-4' so why is Rahimi so afraid of his former boss ?

Its about money, its about selling your own soul to the devil, only for just acting. Copy as PI Bala, semua ok. As long as Anwar can be charged. Kasih dia penat lepas sodomy.

I want to also be an actor, can someone tell me who to meet?

Show that you are not backed by Umno by contesting in Galas – Shah Alam MP tells Perkasa chief

Khalid Samad, the PAS member of parliament of Shah Alam has challenged the president of Malay rights group Datuk Ibrahim Ali to contest in the by-election of Galas to prove that he is not being supported by Umno after he repeatedly denied that Perkasa was in any way backed by the largest component party of the BN (Barisan Nasional). Galas, a state seat under the Gua Musang Parliamentary constituency fell vacant after Chek Hashim Sulaima, 46, of PAS passed away last month after succumbing to colon cancer.

Khalid said “If he (Ibrahim) does not contest and he campaigns for Barisan Nasional (BN), people should realise that this is Umno’s political game. It is a good-cop bad-cop method to gain support from extreme Malay nationalists and moderate Malays. This is the acid test on how far he represents the desires of the Malays...and that he is accepted by Malays as a Malay champion. Umno wants to have its cake and eat it too. They want people who support Ibrahim Ali and those who reject Ibrahim Ali. This will show that he is not a person used by Umno. Prove that it is not a political sandiwara (ploy) but that there is a different ideology from Umno and BN,”


Ibrahim Babi does not has ball ball (or bola bola in Perkosa dictionary) to contest in Galas as he is only good in barking behind UNNO backyard.

This fcuked-up idiot Ibrahim Ali a malay champion ? He is nothing but just a political outcast now coz no party is willing to accept him and if he were to contest in Galas, he may even have his deposit forfeited !

If he is championing for something, why does he dont even dare to bare at Bendera group in Jakarta where this group threw shits into the malaysian embassy.

Long Live Datuk Ibrahim
Long Live the Frog Empire
croak ... croak....croak.... hop hop hop

Long Live Datuk Ibrahim
Long Live the Frog Empire
croak...croak...croak....hop hop hop

06 October 2010

RPK’s threat to stop backing Pakatan showed opposition’s weak leadership – Muhyiddin

Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin, the Deputy Prime Minister said that the recent threat by controversial blogger Raja Petra Kamaruddin or RPK to stop supporting the opposition front PR (Pakatan Rakyat) showed how bad the leadership is in the pact, especially in the PKR (Parti Keadilan Rakyat) led by opposition leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim and that it also showed how the confidence among members and supporters of PKR are waning.

He said "I've also read the reports in the blogs (on Raja Petra's statement)... questioning the party's leadership and criticising it for not practising what it preaches and for failing to deliver the promises made. This was not a new development as a numher of PKR founders and top leaders had even quit the party. More and more PKR members at the higher as well as the grassroot level had realised the wrong choice they made and left the party. They had lost confidence... we hope the people will learn from this and think carefully,"


RPK’s threat to stop backing Pakatan showed opposition’s weak leadership – Muhyiddin

Is the above ' true of false '? Let find out, 7/24 RPK has been exposing all the wrong doings of the Federal Government hitting out at many major corruption scandals and exposing all the relevant documents, exposing that MACC & Police are nothing but lap dogs of BN/Umno.

To talk about threat ... our FG had tried to threaten RPK by jailing his son on weak charges.

05 October 2010

Muhyiddin should return 15 years of salary to govt – Kit Siang

DAP stalwart has threw a challenged to Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin, the deputy prime minister to return all his salaries and any other income since beginning his tenure as a minister. This came in the wake of reports where Muhyiddin declared that Muslims in the country would not want to be associated with money derived from gaming companies. Lim said that Muhyiddin should return the money because part of the revenue enjoyed by the government were from taxation through gaming companies. Muhyiddin was commenting on the recent allegations made by Umno Youth that the Penang state government had used money from a gaming company in their efforts to eradicate poverty in the state.

Lim said “In line with Muhyiddin’s declaration that Muslims do not want to be associated with money from ‘a forbidden source’, the deputy prime minister should set an example and declare that he will not only return his salary and allowances to Treasury, but will return all his salaries and allowances as Federal Minister for the past 15 years since 1995. Muhyiddin’s past Cabinet portfolios were Minister of Youth and Sports (1995 1999), Minister of Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs (1999–2004), Minister of Agriculture (2004–2008) and Minister of International Trade and Industry (2008 2009) before becoming deputy prime minister and education minister in April 2009. In June, Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak had told Parliament that all government taxation and revenue was credited into a consolidated fund.

At this time, revenue from gambling activities are categorised as government revenue. Based on Article 97 of the Federal Constitution and Financial Procedure Act 1957 (revised in 1972) all taxation or revenue received by the federal government will be credited into the Consolidated Fund. “The Consolidated Fund comprises three main accounts, the Consolidated Account, the Consolidated Trust Account and the Consolidated Loans Account. All revenue from payment of taxes are put into the Consolidated Account like all other government revenue and is used for purposes of management spending and national development,”

He added that “As Muhyiddin said that Muslims do not want to be associated with money from ‘a forbidden source’, and part of the expenditure for national management and development including paying the salaries and allowances of Cabinet Ministers is sourced from gambling revenue, the Deputy Prime Minister must be consistent and return all his salaries and allowances as Cabinet Minister going back to 15 years to the Treasury. The deputy finance minister Senator Awang Adek had also disclosed in Parliament that the government had collected RM2.3 billion in gambling tax last year. It is most unfortunate that instead of advising Penang Umno not to resort to irresponsible politicking, as falsely accusing the Penang government of using gambling money to pay RM100 annually to senior citizens in the state aged above 60 years, Muhyiddin acted in a most irresponsible manner in aiding and abetting Penang Umno’s ‘political desperado’ tactics,”


Every pieces of the past projects in BolehLand was tinted with haram monies. All the past projects, whether it is highrise to low raise buildings, hospitals, factories, warehouse, air ports, sea ports, ships, submarines, commercial planes, jet fighters, tanks, weapons,trains, LRT, MRT, cars & lorries, bridges, structures, farms, plantations, dams, government loans-business and study loans, commissions & corruptions monies .... etc shall be surrender to the non muslim. From today onwards, the Federal Government will separate 'haram' & 'non haram' monies.

Starting from tomorrow, all Umno malays must start to return all your monies and to return all the above assets back to the government.

Any Umno malays who are now holding non muslim foreign currencies also must return it back to the origin countries.

Samy’s exit sparks Subra-Palani rivalry

MIC president Datuk Seri S. Samy Vellu has only just announced he is stepping down next year, but the fight to take the lead and become party spokesman has already started between deputy president and successor Datuk G. Palanivel and senior vice-president Datuk Dr S. Subramaniam.

While Dr Subramaniam and his supporters like vice-president Datuk S. K. Devamani and Datuk S. Saravanan lament Samy Vellu’s impending departure as a big loss for the party and the Indian community, Palanivel has maintained a stony silence.

Dr Subramaniam openly wants Samy Vellu to be MIC adviser, but Palanivel says ominously that the “matter has to be discussed”.

Palanivel has done little to step into the vacuum Samy Vellu’s announcement has created, but Dr Subramaniam — the party’s only Cabinet member — has led the closing of ranks and preparation for the next general elections.

By keeping Samy Vellu as adviser, he placates many of his supporters.

Dr Subramaniam is also getting considerable limelight as Human Resources Minister and chairman of the Special Implementation Task Force for Indians, the implementation arm of the Task Force for Indians co-chaired by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak.

The other chair is Westports CEC Tan Sri G. Gnanalingam.

The Special Implementation Task Force is going around the country giving Indians direct access to government departments and agencies like the National Registration, Social Welfare and Skills Development departments, Socso and Tekun Nasional.

They have registered several thousand people in need of help in Ijok, Kulim, Sepang and other areas in a bid to win back Indian support for the Barisan Nasional.

How well the Task Force delivers on their promises will go a long way to shore up Dr Subramaniam’s position in the MIC and BN’s status among Indians.

There is deep frustration among needy Indians that delivery is slow and probably would never go beyond the rhetoric.

The other matter that is fuelling the Palanivel-Subramaniam rivalry is that although Dr Subramaniam is vice-president he is a full minister while Palanivel is deputy president and soon to be acting president but is only a deputy minister.

Pressure is mounting on Dr Subramaniam to switch portfolio with Palanivel and be relegated to deputy minister to reflect the MC hierarchy but there is stiff resistance to the idea from Dr Subramaniam supporters.

Dr Subramaniam addressed the matter by urging the government to give two ministers posts to the MIC to allow Palanivel to also be become minister.

A Dr Subramaniam supporter said he should remain a minister because he is more popular in the MIC and the Indian community, gong by the fact that he won in the 2008 general election whereas Palanivel lost along with Samy Vellu and a dozen other MIC leaders.

“Success should be rewarded. Becoming senator and minister and MIC president after losing in 2008 does not go down well with the people,” the Subramaniam supporter said.

It is left to Najib how he wants to resolve this status issue but giving MIC two ministers posts would cement his status as a fair and good leader to the Indians but he would court anger from his Malay supporters who are already smarting that Samy Vellu is being “accommodated” to retire instead of just given the marching orders.


Anyone notice how Najib, after cutting his cabinet when he got into office, is repeating the same thing that Badawi and Mahathir did by expanding the cabinet again? Its the same thing with the budget.. Any program that require sustained discipline, always end up as hot air with UMNO/BN

When MIC has become Irrelevent what difference does it make ; let them stab each others back!!

insignificant and irrelevant party.hope the infighting will end this corrupt MIC.MACC should mow do their work to bring some of this big culprits to court and freeze their assets.these CROOKS have stolen millions from the community.they have never helped unite the INDIANS but have always kept us divided.Many of the social problems like drinking'poverty cannot only be blamed on the govt but this $$$ sucking MIC leeches.

Chua: Party position meaningless if MCA loses more seats

MCA president Datuk Seri Dr Chua Soi Lek today warned its members that party positions would be meaningless if the party loses more seats in the next general election.

Advising party members to consolidate and move forward, he said the party’s biggest challenge was how to convince the people they represented and not which position they should be vying for in the party elections next year.

“Unless MCA can unite, we cannot get Chinese support. We have to put our house in order. Our house is in order but not 100 per cent,” he said in an interview with selected media representatives in conjunction with the party’s annual general meeting (AGM) this weekend.

Dr Chua, who took over the party leadership in March this year following fresh polls to resolve its leadership crisis, explained that MCA was facing what he termed as “benign neglect” after the 2008 general election.

“From May 2008, when (Tan Sri) Ong Ka Ting announced he would step down as party president until the party elections in October that year, nothing was done. The situation continued after the party elections until October last year,” he said.

Dr Chua said for the next general election, MCA would only field candidates with the higher chances of winning regardless of their age and sex.

“We want winnable candidates. There’s no point if the candidate is young but we know he will ‘koyak’ (be defeated),” he said, but refused to say whether he would be contesting in the next general election.

During the one-hour interview, Dr Chua said the party elections would be held as scheduled next year because under the party constitution, it could only be postponed after 42 months from the date of the last general election.

He said the proposal on direct elections had been brought up and discussed twice by the party’s decision-making body — the presidential council and the central committee — but the members felt it could not be implemented in next year’s party elections due to time constraint.

“The decision is unanimous that we are not going for direct elections next year because the party needs to get ready for the general election and more time is required to put the system in place.

“If we want to have direct elections, we need to amend our constitution, call for an EGM and get the approval of the Registrar of Societies (ROS). It will take at least eight months,” he explained.

On the morale of party members since he took over the party leadership in March, Dr Chua said the members were united to a certain extent.

“The biggest achievement is that everyone works together and the party is ready to face the general election. In the last six months, we have done more than what what we hoped for, mostly on education issues,” he said.

At the grassroot level, he said the party members were more supportive now and this could be gauged from the bigger turnout at the divisional annual meetings and state conventions.

Dr Chua said his leadership was focused on what it wanted to do and this had resulted in several positive results such as Chinese schools getting more aid from the government from next year.

Apart from that, he said those with the Unified Examination Certificate (UEC) qualification could apply for a higher education loan or get into the teacher training colleges.

“I must thank Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak for allowing those with 9A+ in the SPM to be awarded with JPA (Public Service Department) scholarships.

“So far, more than 1,500 Chinese students have received the scholarships, three times the number before,” he said.


MR MCA President, who are you trying to fool.The Chinese are much smarter now than before and they will 'koyak' MAC further and pack you all off for good.Adios MCA!!!!!

Good choice "age and sex" is not considered to be a candicate. I need know whether one need to be active with regards to age and sex. Please open up the topic for discussion. Your DVD proves CSL is active. Do one need to produce a DVD? Will the police close one eye like the one given to you.

Now Kula says he’s sorry

Perak DAP deputy chairman M. Kulasegaran, who just last week threatened to quit, has apologised to his party comrades today, claiming he had not meant to hurt anyone with his outburst.

His apology comes just a day after his chairman, Datuk Ngeh Koo Ham, whom he has blamed as one of the main reasons behind his quit threat, pleaded for forgiveness over the party’s leadership crisis in Perak.

Kulasegaran, who is presently on a week-long holiday with his family here, wrote in an emotional-sounding statement on his blog today that he had not meant to hurt his friends in the party, whom he regards as his “brothers and sisters”.

“DAP is like a family and [my] comrades are just like [my] brothers and sisters. The last thing I want to do is not to hurt this family and the family members.

“Nevertheless, to all those party leaders and members as well as party supporters who have felt disappointment or even anger over the Perak family problem becoming a public issue, I hereby tender my sincere apologies,” he said.

He lamented that while he and his family were happy with their stay in Nepal, his mind was still flooded with thoughts of his “second family back home in Malaysia — the DAP”.

“I have been planning for two months for this one week trip away from home. This is my third day here in Nepal.

“My family and I are happy with our stay here. But while enjoying the sightseeing and food here, my thoughts are also with my second family back home in Malaysia — the DAP,” he said.

The Ipoh Barat MP insisted that despite his outburst last week, he had no hidden agenda or ill-intention towards anyone in the party.

“My conscience is clear. I spoke no lie and made no insinuation against anyone. I was prepared to go open and tell all — nothing but the truth,” he claimed.

Kulasegaran was referring to his last-minute cancellation of a press conference on Saturday morning where he had threatened to expose in great detail the reasons behind his longstanding quarrel with Ngeh and his cousin, Perak DAP secretary Nga Kor Ming.

He now pledged that he would abide by his agreement with DAP secretary-general Lim Guan Eng that his grievances with the party would not be open for public consumption.

“Since I have agreed with the party secretary-general Lim Guan Eng of the need to cease talking about internal issues openly, I shall abide by the agreement.

“I wish to take this opportunity to reiterate that despite the problems, challenges and disappointment, I shall remain committed to the DAP cause,” he said.

Kulasegaran also agreed with DAP adviser Lim Kit Siang that Perak DAP needed to demonstrate a leadership that could regain the public’s confidence and support.

“I shall play my part to ensure that DAP shall continue to be the beacon of hope for Malaysians who have yearned so long for a better Malaysia,” he promised.

Kulasegaran came under fire last week for publicly declaring his intention to quit his state party post via microblogging site Twitter, shortly after he stormed out of a special leadership meeting in Kampung Simee last Friday.

He had reportedly stormed out of the meeting after an unresolved spat with the Ngeh-Nga cousins, dangling his resignation threat in the air.

On Saturday, Ngeh expressed regret at Kulasegaran’s chosen method of communication, pointing out that as a responsible leader, the latter should have allowed his grievances with the party to be resolved internally.

On Sunday, Ngeh issued a joint statement with his vice-chairman A. Sivanesan, announcing that as agreed by the party’s secretary-general Lim, all leaders would refrain from issuing media statements on the crisis as it should be resolved within the confines of the party.

Kulasegaran’s ongoing stand-off with the Ngeh-Nga cousins centers primarily on their disgreement over the formation of branches in the state, as well as several other leadership issues.

On the one hand, Kulasegaran and his men have accused Ngeh and Nga of forming over 100 new branches without attaining endorsement from the state committee while on the other, the cousins have alleged that their arch rivals had been illegally reviving old branches to shore up support for themselves.

Friday’s meeting was a part of an effort mooted three months ago to unite the feuding factions, and was initially aimed at amicably ironing out certain issues that had risen between the two factions, ahead of the party’s coming state elections on November 14.


Another weak leader in the making. Gag order came out, and he quickly withdrew everything. Now I personally think that DAP does not live up to its slogan of CAT.
CUE should be the slogan for DAP.
CUE = Cover Up Everything
Goodbye, DAP.
So far PAS is performing very well, at least not pretentious.

Ex-DAP rep Keshvinder to shack up with PPP

Keshvinder quit DAP on June 15

Malim Nawar assemblyman Keshvinder Singh who quit DAP in June to become an independent representative, today announced that he would be joining the People’s Progressive Party (PPP).

He said he decided to join PPP, a Barisan Nasional (BN) component party, after being invited to do so by its vice-president Datuk Nik Sapeia Nik Yusoff.

Keshvinder will be submitting his application form to PPP president Datuk M. Kayveas when the latter returns from overseas soon.

On June 15, Keshvinder announced that he quit DAP.

“After considering that PPP is a multi-racial party, a concept which is close to my heart, I accepted the invitation,” he told reporters at the Aidilfitri open house of Yayasan Bina Upaya and Institut Darul Ridzuan, here, today.

“Several matters needed to be taken into consideration before I decided to join PPP. I am waiting for the PPP president to return from abroad to discuss the matter with him.”

He said PPP, as a multi-racial party, was in line with the 1Malaysia concept.

“It has Indian, Malay and Chinese members. It is suitable for me,” he added.

Perak Mentri Besar and state BN chairman Datuk Seri Dr Zambry Abdul Kadir, when met at the function, described Keshvinder’s decision as wise.

He urged other opposition elected representatives who want a “change of air”, especially from the DAP which is now facing a crisis in Perak, to follow the Malim Nawar assemblyman’s move.

“We welcome anyone to join BN provided the person is willing to accept BN’s struggle,” he said


I won't be surprised if suddenly all the kataks jumped in BN component parties... BN is a sinking ship and they need watever they can to stay afloat... I just hope that these kataks are weights that will sink BN even further AND FASTER!!

Another five-millionair is thus born. PPP now has a rep. in state assembly, but it wouldn't be long...probably until the next GE.

04 October 2010

It is safe to come home RPK – Nazri

Datuk Seri Nazri Abd Aziz, Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department has given an assurance that if controversial blogger Raja Petra Kamaruddin or RPK is to return to Malaysia, he will be safe. RPK is currently in London. He asked “Why did he run away? Just like the Thai witness (pathologist Dr Pornthip Rojanasunand) in the Teoh Beng Hock case, who claimed her life was under threat... but she came and returned safely. This (fear for safety) is just an excuse to not cooperate... Malaysia is not a banana republic.”

He also said that RPK should share whatever information he has with the authorities and cooperate instead of jumping bail adding that “I hope he can help us.. I would prefer if he comes back and faces the charges against him, and plays the game according to the rules. It is up to the public to judge whether what RPK writes is true or otherwise, but pointed out that the fugitive blogger should not make things more difficult for the authorities then they already are. There is some good to it (RPK's blog postings) because at least the MACC (Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission) can act on it if it's true. But if you do things this way, people will get confused and it will make it difficult for the MACC to do its work. If any investigation is launched, it will spook the witnesses and evidence would be destroyed, among other things,”


COME HOME..?? with pinky lips' flip floppers... who can trust any of his henchmen..!!
Lets say if RPK comes home.. they will in the beginning of course will give him space. Then slowly whack with this charge or that charge and eventually he goes to jail. Nazri wants RPK back is merely because he is exposing MACC shit in MALAYSIA today and of course nobody like it as they have shit all over them.
Just have to watch out for the schemes..



Perkasa defends BTN man, lodges report against media for ‘misinterpretation’

Arman Azha Abu Hanifah, the youth chief of Malay rights group Perkasa has come out to defend Hamim Husain, the Federal Territory BTN (National Civics Bureau) deputy director who sensationally created headlines recently for his racist remarks at a closed door function organized by Puteri Umno. In the event, Hamim had reportedly said “The ‘si mata sepet’ that has never gone to a mosque or surau only has one vote. The ‘si botol’ that only knows how to go up to Batu Caves up and down only has one vote,” after the incident, politicians from both side of the divide have been hitting out at Hamim for his statements.

Perkasa however said that the remarks were ‘misinterpreted’ and that he has accompanied Hamim to lodge a police report against the source who ‘misinterpreted’ what he had said at the function. He said “He (Hamim) had lodged a report against the reporter and the news company for entering a private function, as well as misinterpreting what he had said. Perkasa stands firm with Hamim. He is not wrong with what he said... it was said during a private closed-door function. Media has to respect when it is a private function. If you report about what was said privately, you are jeopardising the country’s racial harmony,”




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Arman Azha Abu Hanifah, don't stop at hitting at the media, SUE the media and SUE Dato Seri Nazri as well.


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Arman Azha Abu Hanifah, in no time you will be bestowed with double malay heroic award.


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perkasa nothing but a bunch of jerk

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