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02 April 2011

Arrest ‘Datuk T’ now, PKR tells IGP

PKR has renewed its calls in demanding that the police arrest the “Datuk T” trio who have admitted responsibility for the public viewing of the sex video that allegedly features Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim.

PKR MP Sivarasa Rasiah charged that the now-confirmed authenticity of the video by Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Ismail Omar did not change anything about the scandal.

“The offence being investigated is possession and distribution of pornography... why are you focusing on authenticity?

“The Datuk T trio should have been charged from the moment they admitted to being responsible for airing it... the video being authentic does not change the scenario on whether they should be charged or not,” Sivarasa told The Malaysian Insider.

Sivarasa, who is a PKR lawyer, said the police investigation so far proved that there has been a “politically-motivated” attempt to smear Anwar’s credibility.

The Subang MP’s stinging remarks were a response to the announcement made by the IGP earlier today.

Ismail said the sex video that allegedly features a prominent opposition leader having sex with a Chinese prostitute was not doctored.

However, he declined to reveal the identity of the man in the video.

The IGP said local experts confirmed the video was not doctored.

Ismail said the special team investigating the case was in the closing stages of the probe and the investigation papers would soon be handed over to the Attorney-General for further action.

“An obscene video is an offence whether or not it is authentic,” said Sivarasa today.

Stating that the IGP’s announcement came as “no surprise” to PKR, he said the party already had two theories in mind — either the video was doctored or otherwise.

“Now that the IGP says it is authentic, that is fine. The person in the video may look like Anwar but it is not him, that is guaranteed… he has already in the beginning issued a strong statement on this,” said Sivarasa.

PKR vice-president N. Surendran also said the authenticity of the video is a red herring and did not prove that Anwar was the man in the video.

“It is a politically-motivated attempt at confusing the issue so as to smear and tarnish Anwar’s reputation,” the lawyer said.

He pointed out that the IGP had announced that the video was not doctored despite ongoing investigations.

Police set up a team to investigate the case after Anwar, who denied that he was the man in the video clip, had lodged a police report last Tuesday.

The video recording emerged on March 21 when a mysterious man who only identified himself as “Datuk T” screened the recording for selected members of the media.

Former Malacca Chief Minister Tan Sri Abdul Rahim Thamby Chik, businessman Datuk Shazryl Eskay Abdullah and Perkasa treasurer-general Datuk Shuib Lazim later admitted to being collectively known as “Datuk T”.

Opposition Leader Anwar has denied that he is the man in the video after it was alleged that the recording was of him having sex with a Chinese prostitute.

The PKR de facto leader also claimed that it was a political ploy by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak and Home Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Hussein to tarnish his credibility.

At least one PKR lawmaker has also claimed that the “Datuk T” trio had showed him the sex video and tried to entice him to defect.

However, Umno leaders have repeatedly denied any involvement and insist that its former Youth chief Abdul Rahim was acting on his own.

Umno president Najib said the public should focus on who the man in the video was and not speculate on whether his party was involved.

Hishammuddin, who yesterday said that arrests have yet to be made in relation to the video, is also reported to be preparing to sue Anwar for his claims.

“Datuk T” said that the 21-minute black-and-white video was taken from closed-circuit television camera recordings found in a hotel room in Kuala Lumpur on February 21.

The footage shows a man resembling Anwar receiving oral sex from a woman with East Asian features before he has sex with her in several positions.

The scandal is the latest in a string of sexual allegations against the embattled Permatang Pauh MP, who was sacked as deputy prime minister in 1998 by Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad before being charged and convicted of sodomy.

Dr Mahathir, who was then prime minister, has also alleged in his recently released autobiography that Anwar propositioned at least four girls for sex while still in the government during the 1990s.

Anwar is now facing a second sodomy trial after being accused of sodomising Mohd Saiful Bukhair Azlan, a former male aide. The trial is ongoing.


Datuk T are 'protected'. UMNO has absolute power over IGP. There will be more hot accusation to DSAI coming soon as Sarawak state election is coming soon. UMNO will never stop lying to the public to stay on to power.

A principled IGP will sacrifice his job to uphold the integrity of the PDRM. If we have a head of police who is weak in principle and did not care for the integrity of the police force, he is not fit for the position he hold!

01 April 2011

MACC man watched porn in office, says RCI

An anti-graft officer watched pornography in his office after interviewing Teoh Beng Hock, the royal commission of inquiry (RCI) investigating Teoh’s death said today.

RCI chairman Tan Sri James Foong said Selangor Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) assistant superintendent Mohd Ashraf Mohd Yunus had viewed pornography on his computer in the wee hours of July 16, 2009.

“After he interviewed Teoh Beng Hock, he viewed pornography on a website,” said Foong at the inquiry today.

“An important operation is going on (and) an officer is viewing porn even though there’s a government directive forbidding this,” added the sitting Federal Court judge.

Ashraf testified recently that the police had suspected him of killing Teoh.

He has also admitted that nine MACC suspects had accused him of abusing them.

Ashraf has said he and another MACC officer, Arman Alies, had interviewed Teoh from 10.30pm on July 15, 2009 to 12.30am the following day.

Teoh’s body was found hours later on the fifth-floor corridor of Plaza Masalam in Shah Alam after the interview at the then-Selangor MACC headquarters on the 14th floor.

The anti-graft officers were investigating a claim that Teoh’s boss, Ean Yong Hian Wah, was abusing state funds.

Ean Yong is a Selangor state executive councillor and Seri Kembangan assemblyman from the DAP.

Ashraf, however, has denied roughing up Teoh.

“Do you know that Ashraf had downloaded pornography at 1.20am on 16th July 2009 when an operation was going on?” asked Foong.

Foong did not reveal how he received such information, but he had recently ordered the seizure of the computers of several MACC officers, who were involved in the investigations on the night of July 15 2009.

But Negeri Sembilan MACC director Hishamuddin Hashim, who was the Selangor MACC deputy director in 2009, said he was not authorised to punish his former subordinate for viewing smut.

“It’s beyond my scope of powers... This is not a question of work,” said Hishamuddin.

“If officers go and steal, it’s not your problem? How can you say that? You must take care of all your officers,” admonished Foong.

“This is a personal matter,” replied Hishamuddin, 46.

“So if they use force, you don’t want to know?” asked Foong.

Foong said Ashraf had been singled out in police identification parades 13 times based on information received by the commission.

Foong also read out a few reports yesterday dated February 2009 and February 2010 that the commission had received, where Ashraf was accused of slapping, punching and kicking people.

Hishamuddin stressed that he needed to know if his officers used force in their interrogations.

“But at that time... I had more important work,” said Hishamuddin.

Bar Council lawyer Cheow Wee said, however, that a poison pen letter had accused Hishamuddin of using force during interrogations.

“It is stated that you have a trademark technique when interrogating witnesses,” said Cheow.

“You hold their belt from the front, hold them up and shake them,” he added.

“That’s slander,” said Hishamuddin, who has served the national anti-graft body for 19 years.

“You can call all the witnesses I interviewed,” he added.

Commissioner Datuk T. Selventhiranathan said yesterday there were 59 police reports against the MACC nationwide, of which 21 were against the Selangor branch.

Hishamuddin, who was dressed in a black suit and pale pink shirt, reiterated today that the MACC did not use force in its interrogations.

“It’s a very harmonious, polite atmosphere to get testimonies on what really happened,” said the moustachioed officer.

The senior graftbuster also claimed ignorance of police reports against his officers.

“The complaints were not addressed to me. I don’t know anything,” said Hishamuddin.

When asked if he investigated the complaints against Ashraf, Hishamuddin said: “I just asked in general. I let the police do investigations.”

Hishamuddin said he was holed up in his room in his office until about 5.45 am on July 16, 2009, while his subordinates were questioning Teoh and about four other witnesses.

Cheow asked if the MACC practised interrogation techniques like forcing witnesses to stand in a dark room without moving, blindfolding them, kicking chairs and tables in front of them and playing the good cop, bad cop routine.

The lawyer said one of the witnesses who was interviewed that night, Kajang municipal councillor Tan Boon Wah, claimed his interrogators used some of the techniques mentioned.

Hishamuddin denied that the national anti-graft body practised such methods.

“I’ve been an investigation officer the last 17, 16 years. I’ve never heard of such techniques,” said the curly-haired graftbuster.

He also said the MACC had not closed its case against Ean Yong, but classified it as “keep in view”.

“If there are other testimonies, investigations can be continued,” said Hishamuddin.

The inquiry resumes this Saturday with Hishamuddin and Thai forensic pathologist Dr Pornthip Rojanasunand on the witness stand.


Download and watch porn stuff in MACC office also can.........MACC stands for Malaysian Agency for Cyber Craps?

But me remind you that this just tip of the ice berg and it is not limited to just MACC!!!
Didn't the YBs did it in Carcosa? Didn't they do it in the parliament?
We even have MCA porn star, MIC deputy speaker porn star and many more did it under cover .... even Datuks like porn DVDs, don't they???!!!

Gerakan joins protest against rare earth plant

Gerakan condemned its Barisan Nasional (BN) comrades in the Pahang government today for declaring that the rare earth processing plant in Kuantan is safe and reminded Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Adnan Yaacob that he is no expert in the field.

“Whether or not the rare earth processing plant is safe or not is not for the Pahang mentri besar to say for he is not an expert in this field.

“The guarantee given by Lynas Corporation Ltd is also unreliable because being a profit-making company, they have conflict of interest in this matter,” Gerakan Youth secretary-general Dr Dominic Lau said in a statement today.

He was responding to a Bernama report yesterday quoting Adnan as giving his assurance that the Australian mining firm had undergone a series of screening processes involving the Malaysian Atomic Energy Licensing Board (LPTA) technical committee and other nuclear energy-related agencies before it was given an approval for the project.

The mentri besar had also urged residents in Gebeng, Kuantan not to panic or worry once the factory commences operations in September as the plant purportedly would not produce radiation as its liquid wastes would be recycled.

Despite this, numerous groups and Kuantan folk, led by its MP Fuziah Salleh of PKR, have vehemently protested against the construction of the plant and banded together recently to form a loose movement.

The group, operating under the banner “Stop Lynas Save Malaysia”, went to Parliament on Wednesday to hand over a protest memorandum to the prime minister but were turned away by the premier’s aides.

Their move has forced the government to plan a series of townhall talks to safeguard the RM700 million project.

Lau reminded the government of the radiation leaks at the Fukushima nuclear power plant in Japan and pointed out that when the plant was constructed several years ago, the Japanese authorities had also given their assurance that the residents would be safe.

“And now we see the Japanese authorities and their nuclear experts scratching their heads over the leakages and scrambling to solve the problem. But the people’s lives are already endangered,” he said.

Lau also recalled the incident involving the rare earth plant in Bukit Merah, Perak in 1982, which was shut down in 1992 and has been linked to at least eight leukaemia cases and seven deaths.

“In 1984, environmentalist and industrial waste experts who visited the site had declared that the radiation level of the area was up to 800 times the accepted levels and it was no longer safe to stay there.

“The matter led to a petition signed against the operation together with several demonstrations and a hunger strike as a protest against the operation.

“In 1989, two children, aged 5 and 11, and a 19-year-old man were diagnosed with acute leukaemia while other cases such as brain cancer and septicaemia were also reported,” he said.

Lau urged the government to listen to people’s dissent on the plant, saying that it would be “unfair” to deprive Gebeng citizens of a safe living environment.

The Pahang government, he said, should not have permitted the construction of the plant in the first place.

“Everyone deserves a safe place and that is the purpose of having a government. Please return the people of Gebeng and also all rakyat in Malaysia their peace of mind,” he said.


I think the MB should lead by example by building his house just beside the plant and stay there. Better still build a new administrative centre there as well.

UMNO/BN blood-sucking ghost and goblin come again....RON97 petrol up 20 sen from tomorrow

The pump price for RON97 petrol will go up 20 sen a litre to RM2.70/litre effective midnight, a source said today.

It is the highest jump this year as world oil prices have spiked due to unrest in oil-rich North Africa.

“We received the confirmation notice this evening about the 20 sen rise,” a source told The Malaysian Insider.

The price of the higher-grade RON97 rose 10 sen effective January 31 after a similar hike in early January 2011. It had earlier spiked to RM2.30 last December 1.

It is understood prices of other fuel grades will remain unchanged as only RON97 prices are determined by a market float.

The government had said it would review all options to ensure that it can maintain the price of the RON95 grade, used by most motorists, despite rising global prices.


Good up lah more also never mine until RM10.00 per/liter only Bends, Volvo , BMW , Honda , Toyota , Hyundai , Kia , W , Mazda , expensive car used this petrol

PR please take over Putrajaya only way to stop petro keep going up

31 March 2011

Eskay ....are you waiting for Vincent Tan to pay you RM20million....????

Eskay wants Anwar to reveal details of Thailand ‘trips’

Datuk Shazryl Eskay Abdullah claimed today that Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim had made several trips to Thailand over the past two years and demanded that the PKR de facto leader reveal details about the alleged visits.

Shazryl, now infamous for being part of the “Datuk T” trio — along with former Malacca Chief Minister Tan Sri Abdul Rahim Thamby Chik and Pertubuhan Pribumi Perkasa Malaysia (Perkasa) treasurer Datuk Shuib Lazim — was responsible for keeping and screening a video allegedly of Anwar having sex with an unidentified prostitute to members of the media at Carcosa Seri Negara last week.

Political blogger Syed Azidi Aziz, also known as Kickdella, wrote in a blog posting today that Shazryl had met up with him, five other bloggers and an “alternative media” news editor yesterday in Shah Alam to share the allegations with them.

“Over the past two years, how many times has Anwar been to Thailand? Who greeted Anwar in Thailand? Which hotel did Anwar stay in? What was Anwar doing in the hotel? And who paid for the travel expenses?” Shazryl had allegedly said yesterday.

“Don’t force me to reveal all of this … ask Anwar to answer these questions before attacking me,” Shazryl told the bloggers.

According to the Syed Azidi, Shazryl said that the revelation of the sex video was a “gift and sign” from Allah SWT.

It is understood that Shuib was also present at the meeting yesterday.

“I want everyone to know. I am not interested in politics and I am close to Anwar. I saw Anwar’s presence in Malaysian politics as good for “check and balance.”

“I am not from Umno or any other party, but I like it when the opposition is strong so that people’s interests are prioritised … but Anwar is not the man people know him to be, enough of the lies … Anwar has to step down and resign,” Shazryl had said.

But Mohamad Mahti Abdul Rahim, who was the late Tan Sri Megat Junid Megat Ayub’s bodyguard has insisted that Shazryl’s attacks against Anwar were nothing more than a personal vendetta.

The retired policeman said last week that Shazryl had told him that he would bring down Anwar before the video allegedly showing the opposition leader having sex with a Chinese prostitute surfaced on Monday.

Mohamad Mahti said that Shazryl had been angry with the Permatang Pauh MP for not wanting to testify in a civil suit he had filed.

“After that he started talking angrily about Anwar. He began to talk bad about him, saying ‘I will bring down Datuk Seri Anwar, whatever it takes,” he said.

Mohamad Mahti himself had agreed to be a witness in the suit where Shazryl claims that he is owed a RM20 million commission for securing the deal for the RM460 million “crooked bridge” between Singapore and Johor.

He said that when he testified in the case on March 8, Shazryl began badmouthing Anwar when court was in recess and continued to do so from that day onwards.

Anwar has so far not issued a response to Shazryl’s latest accusations.


Comeon Eskay, your reputation is now at stake and you still want to play GOD? If what you claim is true then reveal lar, why still want to challenge Anwar? You are just a running dog.

Or are you waiting for Vincent Tan to pay you RM20million to spill the beans knowing very well you will lose the court case.

You are definitely a bluff and still dare to use Allah's name. My goodness what a strange muslim.

A-G no power to ‘indemnify’ anyone, says Nazri

Attorney-General (A-G) Tan Sri Abdul Gani Patail has no power to strike a deal with anyone facing criminal charges for being caught in a sticky political situation, Parliament was told today.

De facto law minister, Datuk Seri Nazri Aziz, said this in reply to the DAP parliamentary chief, Lim Kit Siang, who pressed for the government’s response to a former senior cop’s claim that ongoing police investigations against Tan Sri Abdul Rahim Tamby Chik would likely go nowhere.

Nazri also said he needed time to look into allegations by former KL CID chief, Datuk Mat Zain Ibrahim, that the public prosecutor had dropped its case against Abdul Rahim, who was slapped with a RM40 million graft charge in the 1990s, in exchange for the latter stepping down from all government, statutory and party positions.

Abdul Rahim, a former Umno vice-president, was Malacca chief minister from 1982 to 1994 and had quit all public posts after also being charged with the statutory rape of an underage girl at the time.

The charges were later dropped by the public prosecutor over lack of evidence.

He was back in the spotlight last week after openly admitting he was part of the “Datuk T” group behind a sex video scandal said to depict Opposition Leader, Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim, in a tryst with a China call girl.

Mat Zain had weighed in yesterday on the current controversy and said Abdul Rahim was unlikely to be charged for his role in the video due to Abdul Gani’s influential position today as the A-G.

The former cop accused Abdul Gani of having once hijacked an investigation against Anwar back in 1999 in order to conceal his role in “indemnifying” the former Malacca chief minister from being prosecuted for corruption.

Mat Zain said that the Anti-Corruption Agency (ACA) back then had recommended that Abdul Rahim be prosecuted for four counts of corruption — three under the Emergency (Essential Powers) Ordinance and one for making a false statutory declaration, punishable under section 193 of the Penal Code.


I know where he got his Law degree. It is in one of our local public universities where law is learned/studied in Bahasa Malaysia. This is what is going to happen to all our graduates now that the teaching of Maths and Science is in Bahasa Malaysia. Is this what we want? Don't you see, all you Malaysians, it is politics first and your future and the future of your children and their children last. VOTE BN AND UMNO OUT IN THE NEXT GENERAL ELECTION!!!!!!!!

In Sodomy 1, AG fabricate evidence with ex-IGP!!

Najib touts ‘transformasi’ over ‘reformasi’

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak admitted today that historic losses for Barisan Nasional (BN) in the 2008 general elections had forced it to undergo “structural changes” to remain in power.

However, he insisted that the government’s transformation programmes would ensure that it retains public confidence, adding that there was no need for the “reformasi” (reforms) that has been trumpeted by rival and Opposition Leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim since he was sacked as deputy prime minister in 1998.

“The 2008 election caused a structural change. The public now has higher expectations and their attitude to leaders has changed,” the BN chairman said.

“What we need is transformasi (transformation), not reformasi,” he added.

The landmark 12th general election saw BN cede five state governments and its customary two-thirds control of Parliament when it lost a record 82 of 222 seats, in what has become known as a political tsunami.

The Najib administration has been rolling-out billion-ringgit initiatives since the Pekan MP took power just under two years ago, promising that Malaysia would be transformed into a high-income economy with per capita gross national income doubling by 2020.

The government has taken credit for positive indicators such as a 7.2 per cent economic growth and 15 per cent drop in crime, which it says was due to its Government Transformation Programme (GTP) and Economic Transformation Programme (ETP).

Najib also called for leaders in the ruling coalition to make the necessary adjustments to ensure that it retains public confidence.

“I am confident that the public still wants BN to govern, a BN that can satisfy the appetite for change,” the Umno president said.

It has been widely speculated that Najib will dissolve Parliament within the year despite not having to call for elections until mid-2013 to gain his own mandate after taking over from Tun Abdullah Badawi as prime minister a year after the last general election.


Real transformation takes place when corruption n abuse of power are weeded out. If u don't address these main issues, others are just peripheral matters. We want transparency n we do not want Umno to control the judiciary. the police, the civil service, or even the royalty. Enough is enough!

Malaysia need Refomasi = Reformation of Governance = New Governance...

Malaysia do not need Transformasi = Change the soup only but not the medicine = NO Change, thats why Rakyat still see bad corruptions, cronism, revolving doors, abusing of power, judiciary not independent, security force not independent, governance not transparent.......and so on in the transformasi, you name it , BaNana and monkeys have it.

Rakyat have to exercise the votes wisely now....

30 March 2011

Azmin probed for sedition, illegal assembly

PKR deputy president Azmin Ali confirmed today he’s under investigation for sedition and holding an illegal assembly.

The police are looking into the talk he held at his service centre last week, under Section 27(5) of the Police Act and Section 1 of the Sedition Act.

Azmin said he was “surprised” to find out that the officer who recorded his statement had not read the police report made against the Gombak MP.

He said the 18 questions put to him had instead been written up by the Selangor police contingent headquarters (IPK).

His lawyer, N. Surendran, said he was “shocked” by the questions asked, which suggested that Malaysia was a “police state” or “dictatorship”.

Surendran said Azmin was asked if the content of his ceramah could incite the people to fight the government and if the popular revolts in Egypt and Tunisia were brought up during the event.

“The questioning today was nothing more than harassment, intimidation of the representative who was carrying out his duties,” Surendran said.

“The questioning was simply in order to prevent the opposition from questioning government policies.”

The March 25 PR function in Taman Melawati, Gombak turned ugly when policemen attempted to stop Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim from speaking, resulting in an angry mob attacking the police.

Anwar, who was the last speaker for the night, had spoken for 13 minutes when the police intervened, as the PKR de facto leader was only given 15 minutes to speak.

Azmin questioned today why similar action was not taken against deputy prime minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin for openly holding a political function at Kampung Pandan last night.

Azmin said his lawyers will take legal action against the government, Home Minister, Inspector-General of Police (IGP), Ampang Jaya OCPD and senior police officers who ordered the raid for disrupting the ceramah, trespass, assault and unlawful arrests.

“We will take them to court. It is to ensure that the police act according to the law and do not oppress the people,” Surendran added.


Police never have any issue with Perkasa on sedition???That's why we should vote for the end of UMNO/BN
UMNO police will be blind and deaf to Pekasa's inflammatory provocations or illegal demonstrations and Utusan's racist / seditious articles because they are Umno-sanctioned. Others will be charged without any hesitation ??

Malaysia police is good for nothing. When talk about PR, they start arrest. But when talk about BN, no action due to lack of evidence. Who dont know the police? Malaysia poilice is good of begging Malaysian for money.

Our police do not have many real talents except for 'ball-carriers'. Real talents do not get you promotions, doing UMNO's biddings does as can be seen with our previous top officers.

At the end of the day, the development only encourage a certain crooked lot to stay on and prosper and people with even the slightest sense of dignity and model conscience leaves the force.
From the observation, what's the difference between these bunch of clowns in blue as compared with legalized thugs?

29 March 2011

Perkasa Youth chief quits

Perkasa Youth chief Arman Azha Abu Hanifah confirmed today he is quitting his post with immediate effect, in a development suggesting a split in the Malay rights group.

His announcement confirmed a report in The Malaysian Insider this morning that he was resigning amid speculation about serious infighting because of disagreement among the top leaders over the way the group is being managed.

He said, however, that he would remain a member of Perkasa.

Perkasa could face a serious split with Arman’s (picture) resignation.

Perkasa was formed by Datuk Ibrahim Ali after 2008 to address and champion what the Pasir Mas MP claimed was a gradual erosion of Malay rights after the last general election.

“I am announcing my resignation today as Perkasa Youth chief to give a chance to the younger generation to lead.

“I hope the new leadership will bring Perkasa to greater heights,” Arman said.

He said his resignation was not a result of pressure or problems within Perkasa.

The Perkasa man said, however, that it was now clear that an NGO like Perkasa could not achieve its aims without political power.

Besides Arman, the women’s wing chief Raihan Sulaiman Palestine had also announced her decision to quit her post last month.


why arman, why you quit? Why, why, why? You were doing just great shouting yourself hoarse on ketuanan this and ketuanan that? Were you offered a political position in the PM's office or cabinet thereby paving your way to instant fame and riches???

Perkasa are just trouble-makers for the country. Because of their instigations, the Malay community is divided. It's fine if they fight for equal rights : Perkasa is just fighting for inequal rights (in their favour) - that is not in the true spirit of Malaysia.

Azmin alleges fraud in Selangor voter drive

Pakatan Rakyat (PR) Selangor backbenchers’ chief Azmin Ali accused the Barisan Nasional (BN) federal government today of issuing identity cards to illegal immigrants to boost their electoral votes.

The Bukit Antarabangsa PKR assemblyman did not substantiate his claims — citing “reliable sources” — and accused the National Registration Department (JPN) of working with BN to issue identity cards in illegal immigrant squatter settlements in the state.

“We must be careful with the voters who are taken out and brought into Selangor.

“The National Registration Department should also be monitored because many reliable sources have reported that JPN is issuing identity cards outside office hours and at suspicious locations for illegal immigrants to ensure the continuity of Umno’s political power,” he told the Selangor state assembly today.

A total of 130,097 new voters were registered in Selangor last year.

According to the Election Commission, 70 per cent of the 4.3 million unregistered voters are between the ages of 21 and 40.

About 450,000 Malaysians turn 21 each year, the eligible age of voting in this country.

However, with about half a million Malaysians reaching the eligible age of 21 each year, new voters are still there for the taking.

The number of voters being registered is also picking up pace ahead of a snap election widely speculated to be held this year.

The Election Commission said that 290,000 were registered in the last quarter of 2010, twice as much as in the first quarter.

Pakatan Rakyat (PR) leaders also told The Malaysian Insider that it was at risk of losing the support of youth between the ages of 19 and 22 to BN, and that there was currently a “gap” between PR’s youth leadership and student leaders in public universities.

In January, Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak announced that a RM20 million grant, funded by 1 Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB), will help encourage the young to participate in the country’s nation-building.


He got the info from Indonesia workers themselves, you know those with red IC living around Gombak. This from the mouth of my own maid, her friends are given money to register for blue IC. Believe what you want, but this is indeed going down right now in Selangor.

Of course, I can't lodge a police report, you want unmarked police cars to be parked outside of your house (like what happened to Azmin Ali yesterday)? You think the maid and workers will risk their neck to testify in court?

But if you want to continue living in BN's fantasy land, then by all means continue.

BN aiming for 30 seats in Selangor, says DPM

It will be an “uphill battle” to retake Selangor but Barisan Nasional (BN) hopes to win back the frontline state by securing at least 30 seats in the next general election, the deputy prime minister said.

Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin said BN has identified constituencies where the ruling coalition can make significant inroads but refused to reveal further details.

He was quick to stress, however, that BN could only succeed in its task if its leaders were willing to go down to the ground to meet the people and listen to their grouses.

“If we do that continuously... I am confident we will see a change in (voter) attitude, an increase in support,” he told reporters after speaking at SMK Taman Tasek Tambahan in Ampang today.

“And if that persists until the general election, we have a chance... to vindicate our loss (in 2008).”

Muhiyiddin’s stop here was just one in his lightning tour of Selangor, where much of his time will be spent visiting various locations in Ampang.

The BN deputy president said the purpose of his one-day tour was to “assess” voter sentiment in the richest state in Malaysia, which swung strongly to the opposition in the last general election.

BN lost the key peninsula state to the opposition in Election 2008, including two state seats in Ampang — Lembah Jaya and Bukit Antarabangsa.

BN had won big in Selangor in the 2004 general election when the ruling coalition secured 54 of the 56 seats.

Selangor Umno deputy chief Datuk Noh Omar had earlier pointed out that BN could only regain control of the state if supporters maintained strength through unity.

“If we’re strong, we can win,” he said.

He said PKR, which currently leads the Selangor government, was “not great” as it only managed to secure 14 seats in Election 2008.

He said PKR would not have been able to form government in Selangor if not for the help of the DAP, which won 13 seats, and PAS, which won eight.

“We have a good chance to win in the next general election,” Noh added.

DAP parliamentary leader Lim Kit Siang raised the spectre of a Pakatan Rakyat (PR) defeat in Selangor during divisive party polls in November last year.

He had warned that the opposition pact must remain united or risk replicating PAS’s massive 2004 loss in Terengganu.

“In the 1999 general election, PAS had never expected to win power in Terengganu state but it swept the state with a landslide 28-4 victory in the state assembly seats,” Lim said.

“In the 2004 general election, PAS never expected to lose power in Terengganu but it lost in a reverse 4-28 sweep by Umno and Barisan Nasional.”

Former Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad, in an apparent reference to Selangor, had also earlier hinted that BN could wrest back “one or two states” from PR due to opposition infighting.


The only way BN can win is by gerrymendering, postal votes from military, Rela and police.

DPM let me tell you it is wishful thinking. If you go to the ground you will be shock to find that Selangorians will not support BN. I predict that BN will lose more seats in the next GE. MB Salangor is doing a fine job and is gaining strength day by day. No hope for BN. Negeri Sembilan will next to fall.

28 March 2011

Ex-cop says Rahim likely to escape blame for sex video

A former senior police investigating officer said today that he did not expect Tan Sri Abdul Rahim Tamby Chik to be prosecuted over the sex video scandal because of the ultimate involvement of Tan Sri Abdul Gani Patail as Attorney-General.

Former Kuala Lumpur CID chief Datuk Mat Zain Ibrahim also accused Abdul Gani of hijacking an investigation against Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim in 1999 in order to conceal his role in “indemnifying” the former Malacca chief minister from being prosecuted for corruption.

The investigation, he explained, had been wrested from him and given instead to former Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Musa Hassan, who was then an investigating officer.

Mat Zain added that the Anti-Corruption Agency (ACA) had already issued a recommendation for Abdul Rahim to be prosecuted for four counts of corruption — three under the Emergency (Essential Powers) Ordinance and one for making a false Statutory Declaration, punishable under Section 193 of the Penal Code.

But according to a complaint by Anwar, then prime minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad, then Attorney-General Tan Sri Mohtar Abdullah and Abdul Gani, who was then a senior deputy public prosecutor, had “indemnified” Abdul Rahim from prosecution in exchange for his resignation from all government and political posts.

Rahim has confessed to being party to the sex tape. — file pic
Mat Zaid wrote in an open letter to Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Ismail Omar today that he expected the police to handle the ongoing investigations on the sex video case in a professional manner, but expressed concern that Abdul Gani’s participation would eventually see Abdul Rahim walking away a free man again.

“I am fully confident that the police are able to carry out their responsibilities in a professional and impartial manner and will not be influenced by outside pressures.

“However, this investigation will later be handled by Abdul Gani as the Attorney-General. It is at this stage where it is expected that manipulation, fraud and forgery will occur, particularly when one is aware of how Abdul Gani and Musa handled the other cases involving Anwar and Abdul Rahim,” he told the IGP in his letter.

Mat Zain said the matter had first reached his hands when Anwar had sent him a copy of the ACA report against Abdul Rahim along with a police report on August 20, 1999.

The report, he explained, was classified as “official secrets” and explained that the agency had compiled enough evidence to prove a “prima facie” case against Abdul Rahim.

“The ACA report was validated by the prosecution division of the Attorney-General’s Chambers and signed by Abdul Gani who classified the document as ‘secret’.

“The documents were said to have been given to Anwar by the Attorney-General and/or Abdul Gani while Anwar was still the deputy prime minister,” he said.

Mat Zain explained that the AG’s Chambers had wanted to classify the case under the Official Secrets Act 1972 while the police had suggested that the case be investigated under Section 2(1) of the Emergency (Essential Powers) Ordinance on abuse of powers.

He added that an investigation against Abdul Rahim under the Emergency Ordinance would involve the recording of statements from Dr Mahathir, the late Mohtar, Gani and other prominent leaders.

“But on August 28, I received a letter from the AG’s Chambers addressed personally to me, specifically stating that the report Anwar lodged against Abdul Rahim would be investigated by Musa as Abdul Gani had supposedly lodged a report against Anwar for committing an offence under the Official Secrets Act,” said Mat Zain, referring to Anwar’s exposure of the ACA report.

“To be clearer, I can say that the report involving Abdul Rahim was hijacked by Musa Hassan from the hands of the CID,” he added.

Mat Zain, however, stressed that he had never seen the report purportedly lodged by Abdul Gani.

“And never before has the AG’s Chambers ever chosen its own investigating officer to investigate a police report,” he said.

Zain accused Musa of hijacking the graft probe on Rahim.

Mat Zain also attached a copy of the AG’s Chamber’s notice to him in his letter to Ismail.

“The comparison that can be drawn from here is that when it comes to handling an investigation against Anwar, Abdul Gani and Musa are willing to do whatever it takes, including forcing a government servant to prepare false reports, fabricate DNA evidence, cheat and do anything that is against the law and against all logic in order to convict Anwar,” he charged.

Mat Zain, who was the investigating officer in the infamous 1998 “black-eye” case involving Anwar, has repeatedly accused Abdul Gani of being corrupt and having committed numerous offences to protect his position.

Among others, he has claimed that Abdul Gani had falsified evidence in the probe against Anwar for his first sodomy trial, including the DNA evidence.

“Now, although Musa has retired, but Abdul Gani is still the AG. So when this sex video investigation reaches him, it can be expect what his stand will be, especially since this video is yet another clash between Abdul Rahim and Anwar,” he said.

Mat Zain stressed that he had no personal vendetta against Abdul Rahim but was concerned that the sex video case would see the former chief minister getting off scot-free, despite his admission to his involvement in the caper.

Abdul Rahim, along with businessman Datuk Shazryl Eskay, had last week admitted to being behind the sex video allegedly featuring Anwar having sex with a foreign prostitute.

Anwar has since denied being the man in the tape and has gone on a nationwide campaign to convince voters of his innocence.


Bravo Datuk Zain...i really solute you for revealing the truth...i never trust Dato T and the first glance and worst still ex KPN and Attorney General Office....all are cronies to PM ,

This Government will not change its crooked ways. Remember the Leopard will not change its spots. So dont wait any longer, lets vote for CHANGE for the sake of our children & grand children. Vote for change for all Malaysians - Malays, Chinese, Indians Sabahans & Sarawakians. Let the CHANGE BEGIN WITH SARAWAK!!!!!

Give sex tape to Karpal

Former Malacca chief minister Tan Sri Abdul Rahim Thamby Chik has been asked to give a copy of the sex video linked to PKR advisor Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim, to other opposition leaders including national DAP chairman Karpal Singh.

Kedah Parti Kesejahteraan Insan Tanahair (Kita) chairman Zamil Ibrahim said Karpal (picture) and his partners in the opposition should watch the video in order to obtain consistent testimonies on the case.

“We also want to know their follow-up action after watching the video. Will Karpal as Anwar’s lawyer defend him if Anwar is proven involved in the sex act as shown in the video.

“From there, we can gauge the level of morality of the opposition leaders who before this had vociferously been criticising others for alleged immoral behaviour,” he said when contacted by Bernama today.

Zamil said the opposition must also be willing to accept the findings if a Royal Commission of Inquiry were to be set up to investigate the authenticity of the sex video recording.

He said an inquiry was necessary to demonstrate justice, especially to the people and party supporters who would want to know whether the party leader whom they had been supporting all this while was involved or not in the immoral act.

“I’m puzzled why they don’t agree if a Royal Commission of Inquiry be established to probe the authenticity of the sex video when many of them have not viewed it. I myself have not seen it, so we don’t know whether Anwar was involved or not.

“A decision (to set up the commission of inquiry) will be the same as what happened after the VK Lingam video tape was exposed to the public,” he added.

Abdul Rahim had on Wednesday admitted that he was one of the three individuals responsible for showing to several journalists at the Carcosa Seri Negara, a video recording of a sex act allegedly involving Anwar and a foreign prostitute.

Anwar has denied he was the man in the sex video and lodged a police report over the screening and dissemination of the video, which he regards as another conspiracy to destroy his political career and his family’s reputation. — Bernama


If Chua Soi Lek can be accepted in BN though he has revealed himself involved in his sex video and blessed by Najib why cant Anwar? As long as Anwar can rule Malaysia better than Najib. Its OK. But If morality does matter than Chua Soi Lek and Najib and many immoral ministers must dismiss in the first place!.

Ah... KITAR, you got no issues to get some cheap publicity? Wanna talk about the tape? Talk about your president's past first. KITAR will only last one PRU after which they will disappear into thin air, when all their candidates lose their deposits. Only fools would want to contest under the KITAR banner!

Tell us what is your ideology and what are you going to do for a better Malaysia? Just riding on a purported video tape on DSAI to get some publicity? You are just like Perkasa!

27 March 2011

Umno says fixated with Pakatan, not Anwar

Umno leaders have denied that they have been training their guns on Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim and trying to end his political career in the light of a video allegedly of the PKR de facto leader having sex with an unidentified woman.

Anwar, the 63-year old political veteran, has charged that top Umno leaders which included Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak and several old political foes have orchestrated a ploy using the video to end his politcal career.

“First of all, I want to rationalise the issue, Anwar has natural enemies within and outside of PKR or PR. The public has to understand there are people that have adverse feelings against Anwar.

“The attacks are not sanctioned by Umno and we have got over three million members and it is impossible to control and orchestrate,” Umno supreme council member Datuk Abdul Rahman Dahlan told The Malaysian Insider.

He stressed that attacks on Anwar have always been about his policies and that of Pakatan Rakyat (PR) as a coalition, and that Umno would never stoop so slow as to hit below the belt.

“If the pro-Umno blogs or papers are attacking Anwar’s policies then it is fair game and he is the opposition leader.

“He is the opposition leader and we are not talking about any other leader. (If) you are talking about his economic development policies and Buku Jingga then I admit that I am fixated with Anwar,” said Abdul Rahman.

The Kota Belud MP said that the Najib administration was in a good position right now with five by-election wins since 2008 and a good chance of retaining Sarawak in the upcoming state elections.

The video allegedly showing Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim having sex with a Chinese prostitute is being investigated by the police

The video hit media headlines on Monday when a mysterious “Datuk T” invited selected media personnel to Carcosa Seri Negara to view the recording.

Tan Sri Abdul Rahim Tamby Chik and businessman Datuk Shazryl Eskay then revealed that they were “Datuk T” shortly after their identities were unmasked by PKR MP Datuk Johari Abdul.

They also claimed that another man was a part of their team — Datuk Shuib Lazim, Perkasa treasurer and former Umno senator. Another Umno leader, Datuk Nur Jazlan Mohamed, also denied Najib’s involvement in the scandal, but suggested the culprits were none other than loyalists to former Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamed.

“It is not Umno, but a person that is behind this obsession with Anwar...Umno is on a high momentum, why should Datuk Seri Najib be doing this? It is Tun Mahathir’s sympathisers doing this without the blessings (of Najib and Umno),” The Pulai MP told The Malaysian Insider.

Pasir Salak MP Datuk Tajuddin Rahman said that Umno had no choice but to “reply” to PR’s attacks against the ruling coalition.

“It is not Umno that is obsessed.

“If it is on Buku Jingga or any of Anwar’s policies then of course Umno has to reply. You people cannot expect the opposition to attack and expect the ruling party to just keep quiet. Is that the right thinking? You are being attacked so you have to attack back,” he told The Malaysian Insider.

Tajuddin blamed Malaysians for “sympathising” too much with Anwar, whom he labelled an “underdog.”

“The problem with you people is that you sympathise with the underdogs. That is the problem. We also sympathise with the poor but the poor can also be crooks.

“We feel sorry for them and invite them to our house and then we get robbed... I am not saying all but I am just giving an example...This is the human psychology, we sympathise with him because he is the Opposition leader,” added the Umno leaders.

But PR lawmakers have charged that Umno may have underestimated a backlash from this latest scandal, of which the opposition have accused the ruling Malay party of being responsible for.

“They still see Anwar, PR as a threat.

“There are fragments in Umno that want to finish Anwar off, they want to go for the kill, but they may have just overdone it...they have underestimated the public backlash against this,” said DAP national youth socialist (Dapsy) chief Anthony Loke.

He told The Malaysian Insider that Umno may just have tossed PR a “golden bone” by trying to discredit Anwar.

Similarly PAS MP Khalid Samad said that Umno’s insecurity with PR’s Buku Jingga policy reforms drive them to resort to extreme measures to attack Anwar, who is seen as the glue which holds the loose pact of PKR-PAS-DAP together.

“They are diverting the attention of Malaysians from being engaged in debating and comparing policies to gutter politics,” said the Shah Alam parliamentarian.


how amazing to hear an umno man admit "It is Tun Mahathir’s sympathisers doing this without the blessings (of Najib and Umno)". but he forgets who met the trio!

Hypocrites! UMNO/BN and Najib should not afraid to admit that this whole stupid despicable dirty video episod got their blessing, if not their doings. Why afraid of the truth? Why afraid of this one man, Anwar Ibrahim? You ppl got no ball, fighting dirtily with all your might and govr machinery to frame and kill him politically. Be professional. Challenge and argue with him on better useful matters, not sex!

Leo Moggie denies being behind alleged secret pact

The former president of the deregistered Parti Bansa Dayak Sarawak, Tan Sri Leo Moggie (picture), today strongly denied that he was behind an alleged secret pact between SNAP and Barisan Nasional (BN).

The former Energy, Communications and Multimedia Minister said he had not been involved in any political activity since quitting politics in 2004.

“I am completely out of politics. I retired from politics many years ago and I remain retired from active politics,” the Tenaga Nasional Berhad chairman told reporters before attending the Dayak Chamber of Commerce and Industry annual general meeting here.

Moggie, who was an icon of Dayak politics, was asked to comment on the claim by the Sarawak Report that he had reached out to SNAP and arranged a secret deal between the party and BN.

Responding to another question, Moggie, the first Iban to obtain a Masters degree, said that he did like to see too many people, especially Dayak, involved in politics.

The MP for Kanowit from 1974 to 1999 said: “After my retirement, I find that there is actually more to life than politics.”

Moggie abruptly announced his resignation as PBDS president in 2003. His departure split the party into two camps and resulted in its de-registration. — Bernama


History had proven that it is alway safer to vote for PAS and DAP. To a certain extent PKR, if only they can contain their greed and be more cooperative with their PR partners. PAS had not betrayed the Kelantanese for the past twenty years, DAP had not betrayed Penangnites, despite all the destabilizing efforts and the tendency to create chaos in the State.

Vote Pakatan Rakyat, Sarawakians! Bangkit anak Sarawak! Show UMNOsaja, your votes are no longer the safe deposits for BN, while your wealth are siphoned off at supersonice pace!

Of course Moggie has to deny as that is expected of him. He played out the PBDS in the 1991 Sarawak elections when he refused to contest a state seat in the 1991 Sarawak elections as incoming Dayak CM. Today Since then Moggie has become very fat and comfortable leaving his community to the mercies of Taib Mahmud. Moggie is the biggest traitor to the Dayak community

PKR says Utusan’s tweet-tracking malicious

PKR has slammed an Utusan Malaysia report tracking party de facto leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim’s Twitter messages during the time he allegedly had sex with a prostitute as “unethical reporting”.

In a strongly-worded statement, PKR strategic director Rafizi Ramli said the report was “malicious” and aimed at supporting wild allegations against Anwar, who has been accused of having sex with a prostitute on the night of February 21.

The Umno-controlled Malay daily published a report today claiming that Anwar had failed to tweet during the time in question, listing his messages to micro-blogging site Twitter to back its argument.

Rafizi, however, pointed out that the embattled opposition leader had tweeted nine times between 10.38pm and 11.08pm on February 21.

Using screen captures as proof, he showed that Anwar had tweeted at 10.40pm, 10.49pm, 10.50pm, 10.52pm, 10.58pm, 11.03pm (twice), 11.05 pm and 11.08 pm.

The recently revealed sex video allegedly showing Anwar having sex with a prostitute was supposed to have been shot between 10.20pm and 10.41pm that same night.

Rafizi pointed out that none of the reports by editors and reporters who saw the video mentioned that the man in the recording had been having sex while using his mobile phone to send Twitter messages.

He also said there was no doubt it had been Anwar who wrote the messages as they displayed his characteristic use of language and interaction with followers.

“Therefore, it is impossible that the actor recorded in the video is Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim,” Rafizi said.

He also refuted the Utusan Malaysia’s claim that there was a one-hour lag between messages posted on Twitter and those on Facebook.

Rafizi said messages sent to Twitter through Selective Tweets will appear only after a two-minute gap on Facebook, again using screenshots to bolster his claim.

“These explanations are enough to prove to the Malaysian people how wretched Utusan Malaysia is for publishing allegations ... without due investigation as long as it serves to spread the word of its owner, Umno,” he said.

Rafizi added that PKR would consider “further action” if the paper did not extend an apology to the party and its leader.


One of the main reasons UMNO only wants Malays to learn BM instead of English. If Malays know many languages UMNO cannot control their channel of knowledge. UMNO only wants Malays to read Utusan Malaysia.

The whole world knows that Utusan spread malicious lies and gutter politics. Utusan's final destination is fast approaching.... When UMNO falls, Utusan will end.

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