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31 December 2010

‘Coward’ act for Federal Govt to ‘hide’ behind Palace – Seri Setia assemblyman

Nik Nazmi Nik Ahmad, the Seri Setia assemblyperson of the Selangor state government has hit out at the federal government for ‘hiding behind the Selangor palace’ in the recent appointment of Datuk Mohd Khusrin Munawi for the state secretary post. Nazmi said that the federal government was being a ‘coward’ over the issue over the appointment of Khusrin which the state government did not agree to. However, the Selangor palace had announced its approval for the appointment.

Nik Nazmi said "It is only common sense and basic professionalism to appoint someone who can work with the government of the day. But here, the federal government has blatantly taken on someone with a clear record of going against the state government. This is sabotage. Najib has only two objectives - winning the next general election and taking back Selangor because that is where the money is. In other words, I'd call him bacul (coward). Is it right that the MB, the head of the government in which Khusrin will work as the top state civil servant, gets to know about the appointment only through the media? The state constitution requires the state secretary to take his oath of office in front of the MB, indicating that a free and respectful relationship is supposed to exist between the MB and the state secretary to smoothen the government


Not only this, see the felda chairmen appointment, all the sudden the fellow came to the picture with no one notice. Choose the right candidate le. A corrupted fellow chair a multimillion corporation. Are we putting fox into chickens?? Are we running out of corporate figure to manage??? Finish la macam ini.

MACC will ‘verify’ with parties involved in Alcatel bribe scandal

The MACC (Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission) said that they will be ‘verifying’ with the parties involved and concerned after it was reported that international telecommunications company Alcatel had bribed Malaysian officials to secure contracts previously. MACC however had called on all not to speculate and wait for official reports. Its statement said “MACC views the allegations very seriously and will verify with the parties concerned to obtain details of the allegations before appropriate action can be taken. MACC seeks the cooperation of the media to not speculate before the details of this claim can be verified,”

According to the SEC (Securities and Exchange Commission) of the United States, 2 Malaysia consultants were alleged to have disclosed ‘non-public information’ on competitor’s tender bids where they were paid some USD700,000. This was to secure the contract with Celcom on its 3G mobile services. SEC said “Alcatel agreed on Monday to pay more than US$137 million to settle US charges that it paid millions of dollars in bribes to foreign officials to win business in Latin America and Asia. The telecommunications equipment maker was accused of making payments to government officials in countries including Costa Rica, Honduras, Taiwan and Malaysia to win or keep contracts worth tens of millions of dollars.


If they pay a third party who are not related to CELCOM, the payment is called COMMISSIONS and completely legal.

But if the payment is towards officials within CELCOM, or Government officials with power over CELCOM, then its CORRUPTION.

I'm sure, the MACC, as the agency entrusted to deal with CORRUPTION will due their utmost to uproot the EVIL practices, regardless who committed it.

Malaysia wins AFF Suzuki Cup, PM declares Friday holiday

The prime minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak has declared that Friday is a public holiday to celebrate the victory of the Malaysian football team in the AFF Suzuki Cup. It was a historic night for Malaysia as the national football team did the country proud by winning the AFF Suzuki Cup after coming off unhurt at the Gelora Bung Karno Stadium in Jakarta. The Tigers lost 2-1 in the highly intimidating stadium but won the final with a 4-2 aggregate thanks to the 3-0 win in the first leg last weekend in Bukit Jalil. Playing in a full house stadium of some 95,000 fans in Jakarta, there were also around 10,000 policemen on standby to avoid any unwanted situations.

The atmosphere was both intimidating and totally out of this world with Indonesia coming on from all sides but was unable to score. They however got a penalty in the 15th minute and it was up to the goalkeeper Khairul Fahmi Che Mat who saved from the spot. And then after the break, it was up to golden boot winner Mohd Safee Sali who raced through the defence on a through pass to score Malaysia’s first. Indonesia got 2 late goals but it was not enough for them to win the tie with Malaysia lifting the trophy for the first time.


winning a rubbish cup also so much to talk about. if win a world cup or asian cup yes la, should be proud.

anyway thanks for the holiday although it cannot reverse the negative impact of comodity price increases. if can reduce income tax, we will give the govt a holiday.

Thats how half baked leaders handled things ! At most is to give a grand welcome to them . To declare a public holiday,good grief,only to be found in Malaysia ! Malaysia sure Boleh !!! Next,we hear Rajagopal and Safee confered a datukship .

28 December 2010

Palace confirms Jais director as Selangor state secretary

The Selangor palace has confirmed Datuk Mohd Khusrin Munawi as Selangor state secretary, even though a debate rages over his appointment.

Datuk Mohamad Munir Bani, who is private secretary to the Sultan of Selangor said Sultan Sharafuddin Idris Shah has blessed the decision by the Public Services Department, to appoint Khusrin — the state Islamic Religious Department (Jais) director.

“In my view, the decision has been confirmed as His Highness has given his blessings to the appointment,” Sinar Harian quoted Mohamad Munir as saying today.

He added that according to the state constitution, the appointment of the state secretary was under the purview of the Public Services Commission.

Mohd Khusrin’s appointment is seen to be against the stand of the the Selangor Pakatan Rakyat (PR) government, where it claimed yesterday the appointment of a new state secretary had not yet been finalised despite Tan Sri Mohd Sidek Hassan’s announcement. The Chief Secretary to the Government had announced yesterday the appointment of Mohd Khusrin to the post effective January 1.

The state government insisted however that Selangor Mentri Besar Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim has to be officially informed of this development.

It is understood that the Selangor MB has sent an official letter to the Sultan of Selangor informing him of the state’s stand on the matter. The state government had gone through a “selection process” for the post by assigning a panel of judges to interview potential candidates. The panel has already shortlisted three names most suitable for the post.

“The mentri besar has sent the three names to the Sultan of Selangor for his approval. In light of this the mentri besar will also be having an audience with the Sultan on December 29,” the statement said yesterday.

The announcement by Mohd Sidek also stated that that the Jais director would be taking over the state secretary duties from Datuk Ramli Mahmud, who leaves on December 31.

The post of Jais director, vacated by Khusrin, will be filled by Sabak Bernam District Officer Marzuki Hussin, 56, also on Jan 1, according to the Chief Secretary.

Mohd Sidek had also said the appointments of Mohd Khusrin and Marzuki had received the consent of the Sultan of Selangor, Sultan Sharafuddin Idris Shah.


There is not rule of law in this country. BN keeps bullying the State. The palace also digs in.

However, RAKYAT saw it with open eyes. We know what to do in the next GE. BN must be dreaming to take back Selangor.
Palace officials are UMNO cronies and the Sultan is another UMNO scumbag. Corrupt and rotten to the core, they all are.

People power must be demonstrated by Selangorean. There should be no let up until we, the people, reclaim our right to our destiny.

If they chose to ignore the constitution selectively, we shall remember their deeds and do the same to them.

It is hope that other state rulers are not like the scumbags in Perak and Selangor.

Melaka RTD to collect RM1.5m for ‘MCA’ licence plates

The tender results for car licence plates bearing registration numbers from MCA 1 to MCA 9999 will be put up for public viewing at the Melaka Road Transport Department (RTD) starting tomorrow.

The Transport Ministry in a statement today, said the results would also be made available at the department’s website at

A total of 965 tender applications for the MCA car licence plates were received between November 24 and December 15.

“MCA 1 received the highest bid price of RM300,100, followed by MCA 2 at RM101,000 and MCA 8 at RM88,168,” the statement said.

The registration numbers for MCA 888 received the highest number of bids as 15 tender applications were received at RM15,400 each.

The price tendered for MCA 1 was also the highest so far, surpassing the previous high of RM242,000 tendered for TAY 1 and RM200,900 for TAN 1.

Through the tender bidding process and booking for the MCA number plates, the RTD is expected to collect RM1.5 million as revenue, the statement said. – Bernama


No vehicle registration number will beat Penang when the PUK series begins. I can be confident the demand will be so overwhelming that the first number will be disallowed.

Pakatan is afraid of 1Malaysia – Utusan

The Umno owned newspaper Utusan Malaysia claimed that the opposition front PR (Pakatan Rakyat) for being ‘afraid’ of the 1Malaysia campaign as mooted by the prime minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak and his administration. The claim was made following the recent ban by the Selangor state government for businesses using the logo in advertisements in the state. The ban however has been put on a temporary freeze after facing protests from both the political divide.

Hassan Mohd Noor, the editor of the newspaper wrote that “On the 1 Malaysia logo, you can’t see the symbol of Umno, MCA, MIC, Gerakan and PPP. Hopefully we won’t see cars with 1 Malaysia stickers being barred from entering Selangor because of the fear of 1 Malaysia. The same with 1 Malaysia t-shirt, cap, Touch ‘n Go card or anything with 1 Malaysia logo should not be banned from Selangor.

In February, the poster of Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak for the national level Chinese New Year celebration in Pandamaran, Selangor had to be brought down because no permit was granted. However after BN applied for permit, it was only approved for a smaller posters. What was wrong with the poster as it was only promoting a national level celebration? What about ‘Abolish ISA’, ‘Restore water right’, ‘Progressing with Islam’, can those messages be described as political because the idea came from political parties? Since after the last general election the Selangor government under the leadership of PKR, DAP and PAS has been very afraid of Utusan Malaysia. There was also a boycott campaign. It’s the same case with Penang. Recently the fear was brought up again at the Pakatan convention,”


Utusan belongs to UMNO. YOU have every right to take side for your boss. In politic nobody is afraid of any things. Only god we fear The opposition is fighting for justice in this country but the only one is afraid is UMNO themselves.

We never banned political logos when we were in power – Khir Toyol

Datuk Seri Dr Khir Toyo, the former Mentri Besar of Selangor has slammed Selangor state exco Ronnie Liu for his recent ‘misinterpretation’ of state by-laws after the latter announced the ban on the 1Malaysia logo on business advertisements imposed by the Pakatan Rakyat state government. Khir Toyo said that when he was the Mentri Besar, there were no such ruling that businesses are not allowed to display political logos in their advertisements. Instead, political banners were allowed by both the divide during his time.

He said “The by-laws did not mean that political parties could not post up their symbols or logos in business premises. Owners have a right to do so, if they wish. You can put anything in any premise as long as it is in Bahasa Malaysia. The only thing you cannot do is to put up logos on areas under the purview of the local municipal council- lamp posts, streets. I’m very sorry to say this, but Ronnie Liu is not a learned person on this matter, he seems to be uneducated on the local laws. Perhaps he should refer to a legal advisor. The by-laws, which were in place since 2007 was not “rigid” as it allowed business premises to display political allegiance as long as it did not “disturb the sensitivities of the many races in Selangor. This Ronnie Liu fellow, he probably did not read the by-laws, he does not seem to have a clue. Look, the business premises that put up any political logos, they must have gotten previous approval from local councils before putting it up. There was no problem before, so why now the havoc? The directive was given only recently by the Selangor government, a few months ago”


What a self proclaimed hero! Khir Toyo has been accused of courruption and now has come out to say Ronnie has not much education to understant the state's by laws. Ronnie however has made a about turn, but how about this umno dr? Now he comes out to give his 'right' ways of running the state when he was the mb, but refuses to admit his commiting the wrongs created during his terms in power as the menteri besar of the rich Selangor. Can we still put our trust in him after all the 'sins' commited by him have been exposed?

27 December 2010

Umno is politicizing 1Malaysia

DAP stalwart Lim Kit Siang has dismissed claims by the prime minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak that the 1Malaysia concept was not political where he (Lim) said that Umno’s recent stand on some issues have proven otherwise. This came in the wake of the ban by the state government of Selangor on 1Malaysia logos on billboards across the state which they claim to be a political logo, prompting Najib to clarify that it was not one but was a concept to foster better unity among the people in the country.

Lim said “Najib cannot deny that in the 20 months since the introduction of Najib’s ‘1 Malaysia, People First, Performance Now’ slogan, instead of giving Malaysians a new sense of being Malaysian, the reverse has taken place. Najib’s administration has failed to counter the brain drain problem while the country is being engulfed with racist and religious bigotry. As a result, the brain drain of talented Malaysians regardless of race has again returned to the fore, despite the proposed establishment of a Talent Corporation to attract the best brains in the world to Malaysia. In the past 20 months, despite Najib’s 1 Malaysia concept to create a Malaysia where every Malaysian perceives himself or herself as Malaysian first and by race, religion, geographical region or socio-economic background second, there had been an unprecedented rhetoric of irresponsible politicking, racist extremism and religious bigotry. The year could not have ended on a worse note for 1 Malaysia when even Malaysia’s religious pluralism came under attack as if it is something anti-national, un-Malaysian and a great liability when the country’s racial, religious, cultural and linguistic diversity are the nation’s greatest assets and keys as to whether Malaysia can achieve inclusive, sustainable high-income developed nation status,”

He added that “What is worse, those guilty of the worst rhetoric of irresponsible politicking, racist extremism and religious bigotry completely inimical to the concept of 1 Malaysia emanate from within Umno, in particular the Umno-owned mass media, Utusan Malaysia — raising serious questions about Najib’s sincerity and commitment to the 1 Malaysia concept and his political will to promote it. In the first place, do all the Barisan Nasional Cabinet Ministers and leaders have a common understanding of the 1 Malaysia concept? But before this, the Cabinet Ministers must demonstrate that they fully accept Najib’s 1 Malaysia concept, with the Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin announcing his full fealty to the 1 Malaysia concept by declaring that he is Malaysian first, Malay second and not Malay first, Malaysian second as he had publicly vouched in response to my challenge in April,”


You think just because these morons are datuk or datin and given a ministrial post,they have brain ? No,some dont . Even simple thing they dont fully understand. You need to use simple terms to make them understand. But when it involves $$$$$$$$$$$, oh,they are very crafty and can even draft an undertaking on the spot !!! Thats UMNO standard .

RM100m in bonus for Felda

The prime minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak announced that the federal government will be paying out more than RM100million to the Felda (Federal Land Development Authority) settlers in the form of productivity bonus this year. This was seen as an attempt by the BN (Barisan Nasional) led government in garnering support from voters as speculation on snap polls are fired up further which has been rumoured to be next year. Apart from that, this was also seen as a form of ‘bonus’ for the Felda settlers who will be casting their votes in the upcoming by-election of Tenang which covers Felda Cempelak, Felda Cempelak Barat and Felda Tenang which accumulatively have 3,800 voters. The Tenang state constituency has a total of 14,511 voters.

Najib said “The bonus payment of RM100,916,600 was in appreciation of the settlers’ contribution to the development of the country’s oil palm and rubber industry, besides as an incentive for selling their produce through Felda, the Federal Land Development Agency. The bonus was a minimum of RM400 up to the maximum of RM1,200, depending on the amount of produce sent to Felda. The bonus payment will benefit 112,635 Felda settlers throughout the country and will be made in cash at the Felda offices in early January 2011. The government hopes that this bonus payment will spur Felda settlers nationwide to work harder to increase productivity.

The settlers’ produce sent through the Felda land scheme management were valued based on that sent in from January to October 2010. 30,611 settlers brought in their oil palm and rubber produce to the Felda management while another 61,170 who were engaged in replanting would receive the maximum bonus payment of RM1,200 each. This year too, Felda also gives special consideration to settlers in a number of land schemes experiencing low productivity due to unproductive crops or were waiting for their turns to replant. This also includes settlers’ holdings acquired by the government for development projects and those with low crop productivity due to plant diseases or pest attacks.”


If this is one of the attempts to fish and buy vital votes then what is it? You ell me friends out there. Every time they perform the same ritual whenever comes by-election. Ever since my childhood days till now the pattern employed by bn remains the same! Using money to buy the electorate. This is bribery and in broad daylight.

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