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21 May 2011

Prepare for ‘repeat pain’ of 2008 food price hike

Malaysians can expect food prices to go up by some eight per cent by year-end with “haphazard” subsidy cuts driving the country’s worsening inflation, Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim has said.

The opposition leader said the “alarming” 4.9 per cent rise in food prices from January to April this year compared to the same period last year suggested that there would be a “repeat [of] the pain of 2008”, when food prices jumped 8.8 per cent following sudden fuel price hikes.

“If this pattern persists for the remainder of the year, 2011 will register the second-highest food price increase for the people to bear since 2006,” Anwar (picture) said in a statement today.

This would mean food prices have increased by 30 per cent since 2005 while average wages have only gone up 2.6 per cent during the same period, he pointed out.

The former finance minister said that there was a “direct correlation” between the government’s subsidy cuts and the persistent food price increases registered so far this year.

Anwar also slammed Barisan Nasional (BN) for offloading the financial burden of the country’s economic mismanagement to the people while tycoons and cronies who benefited most from government largesse over the past decade went “unpunished”.

He stressed that the moral and social justification for making the public bear the cost of poor governance was weak when the excesses and wastages that led to Malaysia’s growing budget deficit were left untouched.

“A vote for Barisan Nasional is a vote for economic mismanagement and escalating food prices,” he said.

The PKR de facto leader reiterated that the opposition has already outlined clear steps to reduce the budget deficit without burdening the people in its Orange Book manifesto.

He said this included the removal of RM19 billion in corporate subsidies to “elite and well-connected companies” like independent power producers (IPPs) and clamping down on corruption to stem an estimated RM28 billion in leakages suffered by the government each year, highlighted in the 2008 Auditor-General’s Report.

Bank Negara said today that inflation this year would fall within its initial forecast of 2.5 to 3.5 per cent despite increasing inflationary pressure.

“We have already made a projection between 2.5 per cent and 3.5 per cent and our expectation is that it will be closer at the higher end of the projection,” Bank Negara governor Tan Sri Dr Zeti Akhtar Aziz said.

The Najib administration has embarked on its latest round of subsidy rationalisation to slash ballooning petroleum subsidies despite inflation hitting a two-year high of 3.2 per cent last month.

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak earlier this week reaffirmed his commitment to the gradual removal of subsidies — which he said was “like opium” — to help bring Malaysia’s budget deficit under control.


BN is short form for Bangkrapkan Negara..., They are very good in spending people money but doing so poorly in helping rakyat.. To is called corporate restructuring, tax free. insentive or what so ever....

Continuous voting for BN will drive for more misery for rakyat... Save and free malaysia from BN

20 May 2011

UMNO and the dick head gang ....‘Save Utusan, long live the Malays’

Perkasa and Umno today urged Malays to protect Utusan Malaysia at all costs, claiming the broadsheet remained the only “true” voice for the Malay race.

Both groups attacked Pakatan Rakyat (PR) parties for “unfairly” portraying Utusan as a racist paper and said the Umno-owned daily provided balanced reporting, unlike opposition papers and news portals.

“Utusan Malaysia is the official voice of the Malays, as long as Utusan lives, the Malays will live.

“Perkasa will defend Utusan to the very end, as the paper has served the interests of the Malay community well,” said Perkasa secretary-general Syed Hassan Syed Ali.

Syed Hassan warned “non-Malays” and PR leaders to stop targeting Utusan, saying the Malay rights group would not hesitate to mobilise its members to stage protests in defence of the Umno daily.

Shouts of “Save Utusan, long live the Malays!” were heard as 150-odd Perkasa and Umno Youth members marched to the Utusan headquarters to deliver a memorandum in support of the daily.

“Utusan is brave, it is speaking the truth about the Malays, we are warning those who attack Utusan... over our dead bodies, we won’t let it happen,” shouted a Perkasa member during the march.

Among those who were present today included former Perkasa Youth chief Arman Azha Abu Hanifa and Umno Youth secretary Datuk Megat Firdaus Megat Junid.

“We are here today to express our unequivocal support towards Utusan, because it is Utusan which had united the Malays before independence, and it remains the only avenue in which the concerns of the Malay community can be fairly addressed.

“The paper has done so much for us, we will not allow its reputation to be tarnished by lies,” said Megat Firdaus.

Utusan came under heavy fire recently over a controversial report entitled “Kristian Agam Rasmi?” (Christianity the official religion?) in which it was alleged that DAP leaders and Christian priests were conspiring to take over Putrajaya, abolish Islam as the religion of the federation and install a Christian prime minister.

The report was based entirely on unsubstantiated blog posts by two pro-Umno bloggers, one of whom is currently under investigation by police. The second blogger has since deleted the entire contents of his blog.

Christian leaders and DAP members have denied the reports and Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak was also forced to host a meeting with the religious chiefs to solve the issue but Ibrahim insisted on Saturday that the report was true.

Utusan Malaysia’s Christian conspiracy report is currently under police investigation.

PKR Youth has postponed a protest against Utusan planned for today to avoid possible clashes with Perkasa and Umno Youth.

Perkasa and Umno Youth members who were present today dared PKR Youth members to show up, saying that the PKR wing’s absence showed that it was “afraid” of facing Perkasa and Umno.

“PKR Youth where are they now? Scared senseless they can’t even show up, they are cowards,” shouted an excited Perkasa member.


The comedy never ends and the whole world is watching. Perhaps it'll end after the next GE when the BN is out and a more sane and rational government is in place.

So.. isn't this an illegal assembly ? Did they get their permit ? Where is the FRU when you need them ?

PDRM : Double standards... blatant!

a bunch of idiots got nothing to do.. this is what people called "parasites"

This is the last nail in the coffin for Malaysia, the merger of UMNO and Perkasa. All along, they wanted us to believe UMNO had nothing to do with Perkasa but this is the beginning. Soon, there will be no difference between the two. Who knows, Perkasa will become the militant wing of UMNO.

people's bear to UMNO BN live lizards....Putrajaya says to push ahead with subsidy cuts

The Najib administration will continue unpopular subsidy cuts despite surging prices in recent months.

Although a general election is expected within the year, Domestic Trade, Co-operatives and Consumerism Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob said the government will commit to slashing a subsidy bill which has risen by RM10 billion for fuel alone.

“We need to reduce our subsidy burden. Show me a country where the prices of goods never rise?” he responded when quizzed on whether the government should delay subsidy cuts due to surging prices.

The consumer price index rose by three per cent in March — the fastest rate in nearly two years — with prices of non-alcoholic foodstuff increasing by 4.7 per cent.

But the government hinted strongly this week that it would raise the prices of basic goods including the base level RON95 petrol.

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak said fuel subsidies were “like opium” to the Malaysian economy and would have to be gradually slashed while his deputy Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin also said that the government’s subsidy bill was expected to double this year.

Ismail Sabri also said the government would not cancel programmes like the National Service which will cost the Treasury RM560 million this year as “it is necessary for the future of our children.”

“We cannot sacrifice it just to maintain subsidies,” he said.

He also told reporters that the government was currently paying 90 sen for each litre of RON95 petrol and RM1 per litre of diesel bought by motorists at the pump.

This would place the market price of both fuels at RM2.80 per litre, just 10 sen below the higher grade RON 97 petrol.

He also said the rate of inflation was still within government projections of between 2.5 and 3.5 per cent this year.

The government will review all subsidies every six months with the next decision on prices coming at the end of this month.

Analysts and politicians believe that economic woes will be the biggest problem for the ruling Barisan Nasional as the country heads into a general election expected within the year.

According to a Bloomberg report last month, surging fuel prices and unhappiness over the implementation of race-based policies contributed to the ruling coalition losing control of five of 13 states to Pakatan Rakyat in Election 2008, where it also ceded a record 82 out of 222 seats in Parliament.

Najib completed his second year as PM on April 3, after inheriting a contracting economy and a ruling coalition with the smallest majority in Parliament since independence in 1957.


I agree the subsidy program introduces distortions in the economy. But tell us how you are going to deploy the savings. Most likely the subsidy cuts will mean just as large a deficit and the money saved then goes to frivolous projects. Our "Economic Planning Unit" actually plans nothing economic in nature, just how to carve out more to UMNO cronies.

show me a country , where prices go up, plenty of corruption , irregular business deals, dirty politics and still running feudal style system can stay ... arrogant ruling government cannot stay .. like Taiwan , Egypt, Tunisia, Yemen etc .. even Singapore , the lesser evil also see more opposition ..what more UMNO !

.. voters for the opposition will increase in tandem with price increases .. thats for sure !!

nazri been drunk....Free speech for all, even Ibrahim Ali

Standing by his decision not to haul up Datuk Ibrahim Ali for threatening a “crusade” on Christians, Datuk Seri Mohamed Nazri Aziz has pledged the same treatment for all similar transgressions in the future.

“It is not just the opposition politicians but also those in the Barisan Nasional (BN). In fact, anybody at all... bloggers and so on,” he told The Malaysian Insider when contacted.

The de facto law minister said this was because the existence of the new media like blogs, Facebook and Twitter had forced the government to relax its control over an individual’s right to free speech.

“We cannot practise selective persecution. So if we were to act against Ibrahim, then we have to act against bloggers or newspapers or Twitter users. And yet, these people are also protected by the Bill of Guarantees (BoGs),” he said, referring to the government’s pledge not to censor the Internet under the 10-point BoGs of the Malaysian Multimedia Super Corridor.

Nazri stressed, however, that this did not mean he backed Ibrahim, whom he previously clashed with in the media, and called on all Malaysians to judge wisely statements made by any individual.

“The landscape has changed. Sensitive matters are now being discussed in the open.

“When something is mentioned all the time, it becomes less sensitive and this is a good thing because then things can be mentioned but people will not take offence to it,” he said.

Nazri pointed out that if Ibrahim had made a similar statement 40 years back, he would have likely triggered a riot among the country’s various races.

“But it has been days since he made the statement and yet, we do not see any riot on the streets. People are no longer as sensitive as they were before.

“Now, people just laugh at Ibrahim and call him a clown,” he said.

Ibrahim threatened Christians with a crusade. — file pic
He said it was likely because PAS members, all of whom are Muslims, as well as Umno members, rejected Ibrahim’s views.

“So you cannot even say that Ibrahim’s words have caused the Malays to rise against the Christians.

“It is no longer a shock to Malaysians when these issues are raised because of the new media... we have been talking about it openly all the time.

“If you speak, for example, of Article 153, people are no longer as sensitive as before and is this not a good thing?” he said.

Nazri claimed that wielding the Sedition Act or any such legislation against an individual would be a difficult, saying it has to be proven in court that the person’s words or actions had led to violent circumstances.

“But in this case... how to prove? Did anything happen? None,” he pointed out.

Ibrahim threatened Christians nationwide during a rally in Gombak on Saturday with a crusade or holy war should they proceed with their purported agenda to usurp Islam.

The Perkasa president thundered to an audience of some 200 at Kampung Changkat here that he was willing to take the fall for his statement in order to defend the dignity of Islam.

Although he complained of fatigue from his nine rallies from Kelantan to Gombak since last Friday, the Pasir Mas MP also said his blood was boiling with rage and “hairs standing on end” following recent reports of a Christian conspiracy between religious leaders and opposition party politicians.

“In Kelantan earlier, I declared before the police, I told the security forces present that if they want to send my messages to Bukit Aman (police headquarters), please go ahead.

“Please record my words — if there is any party in Penang, especially the Christian priests who are being backed by the Penang DAP, should continue with their agenda which we already know, I would like to offer that if they want to hold a crusade, we can,” he charged.

Ibrahim was referring to the recent row over a controversial newspaper report in Utusan Malaysia entitled “Kristian Agam Rasmi?” (Christianity the official religion?) in which it was alleged that DAP leaders and Christian priests were conspiring to take over Putrajaya, abolish Islam as the religion of the federation and install a Christian prime minister.

The report was based entirely on unsubstantiated blog posts by two pro-Umno bloggers, one of whom is currently under investigation by police. The second blogger has since deleted the entire contents of his blog.

Christian leaders and DAP members have denied the reports and Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak was also forced to host a meeting with the religious chiefs to solve the issue but Ibrahim insisted on Saturday that the report was true.

Utusan Malaysia’s Christian conspiracy report is presently under police investigation


Very interesting! Does it mean that the Printing Presses and Publication Act is now officially repealed?

This Minister is another who knows not what he says. Sedition is an exception to FREE SPEECH; what Ibrahim Ali says is SEDITION and that is a criminal offence. No wonder Ibrahim is getting away with sedition, even the Minister does not know what is free speech ! What a shame !

Anyone knows what the Minister drank before making such a declaration?
Free speech is about granting FREEDOM to the majority of Malaysians?

The majority of Malaysians are not free to choose/practise a religion of choice as the state acts very harshly on Muslims who want to opt out.

Just adopt the UN Charter on Human Rights that was passed umpteen years ago.

1 malaysia poorahhh....najib show true colour....najib and PERKOSA one gang of racist....!!!!

Perkasa: Najib ‘listened’ to our MRT requests

Perkasa praised Datuk Seri Najib Razak today, saying it was the prime minister who influenced Syarikat Prasarana Negara Bhd (SPNB) to relax its criteria for contracts under the Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) project.

The party’s economic director, Dr Zubir Harun, told The Malaysian Insider that Najib had “listened” to concerns raised recently by Malay rights groups on how Bumiputera contractors were being excluded from opportunities in the multibillion ringgit rail project.

“The PM listened to Perkasa and reacted positively. Now, thanks to the PM who looked at our request, SPNB has more or less tried to ensure that all contractors — Bumiputera and non-Bumiputera — can get involved in the MRT and share the cake,” he said when contacted this morning.

Zubir claimed that during a walkabout earlier this month, Najib had already informed the groups that he accepted their concerns and SPNB would soon review its conditions.

“There was a large audience there who heard him. You can quote me on this. It was an announcement by the PM himself,” he said.

Zubir was responding to SPNB’s announcement yesterday that it had agreed to revise the pre-qualification criteria for contractors who wish to tender for elevated civil works, stations and depots work construction packages under the MRT.

The project owner said beginning today, contractors will be allowed to form joint ventures (JV) or consortiums involving no more than three firms to bid for the projects.

The elevated stations and depots work packages include building works, station M&E works, traction and power sub-station building works, park and ride facilities, depot building drainage, depot equipment and landscape works while the elevated civil works package include substructure works, elevated guide way structure and segmental girders.

Zubir said SPNB’s new guidelines now allowed equal opportunities for all firms to compete in the project tender.

He stressed that Perkasa’s requests were reasonable, pointing out that the group was only adhering to the promise of “inclusiveness” in Najib’s New Economic Model (NEM).

“If SPNB has stuck to its old model, requiring firms to have RM10 million in paid-up capital, then where is this inclusiveness that has been promised?

“This change shows that the PM is listening to the Malay groups and looking after the interests of the Bumiputera. At the same time, there is inclusiveness so all firms have a chance now,” he said.

Zubir added that there was no reason for any criticism on the matter as the revised guidelines only made sure that everyone would be able to “share the MRT cake”.

“It is a big cake. Do you not agree with me that we should all have a share in it? I am taking a very moderate stand here. This is how we view it.

“Why only allow the big players to enjoy? Does our request cause any trouble to people? Does it affect racial harmony? I think it is fair,” he said.

Perkasa, along with several other NGOs representing Bumiputera entrepreneurs, had complained last month that without allowing the formation of JVs, the smaller Bumiputera contractor firms would not be able to take part in the project tender.

During a press conference on the matter, Zubir had said that the strict guidelines would not only prevent Bumiputera participation but also benefit the “rich non-Bumis”.

He accused MMC-Gamuda monopolising the entire project, saying the JV had “purposely” enforced the guidelines.

The Malay rights leader had also complained of SPNB’s condition forcing firms to fork out a bond payment of RM300,000 at the pre-qualification level in order to bid for projects, which he said was unattainable to Bumiputera contractors if they were not allowed to form JVs.

“MMC-Gamuda itself is a joint venture... most big-scale government projects are, why not this?” Zubir had added.

The total project cost of the MRT was estimated at RM36.6 billion for three rail lines through the Klang Valley when it was first proposed two years ago but that projection did not include cost of land and also rolling stock for the MRT.

SPNB has also not finalised the financing and project manager’s fees for the MRT although planning has started for initial civil engineering work to begin in November.

Regulator Land Public Transport Commission (SPAD) had said the Finance Ministry has set up a special purpose vehicle (SPV) to raise funds for the project but had admitted the method has yet to be determined.

The SPNB chief had also said some 100 firms have applied for pre-qualification for the 16 packages in the elevated part of the 51km-long MRT; the deadline for pre-qualification ended on April 13.

The MRT is the country’s biggest infrastructure project and also the largest National Key Economic Area (NKEA) project under Najib’s New Economic Model (NEM).

The massive project is expected to generate 130,000 jobs during its five-year construction phase. The government hopes that more than half of the population in Greater KL will use the public transport system to prevent traffic congestion.


PM has been listening to Perkasa all these while. When has PM ever censor Ibrahim? When Ibrahim called for bloody war against Christians, Najib's silence speaks louder than all he ever spoke abt 1Malaysia

Good! He was receptive to your request to relaax the criteria to build the MRT with sub-standard contractors and sub-standard material and endangering the public. Mr.Frog you still won't get the seat to represent UMNO in the next GE.

I m more worried to take the LRT with these shaddy contractors being given a contract so easily.Its gonna be like our stadium and our Parliament.Shaddy contactors means shaddy work and our life at stake.Im so disappointed with our PM who failed to live up to his People First slogan.Looks like its Crony first after all.Why PM,Why is the 10 percent commission is all it takes to risk the lives and comfort of our fellow people?..We need creadible and reliable contractors to do public service utilities !!!

19 May 2011

Anwar to lead even if jailed

DAP secretary-general Lim Guan Eng declared today that Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim will remain as Pakatan Rakyat’s (PR) Opposition Leader in Parliament even if he is jailed for sodomy.

Lim said the PR leadership have agreed that Anwar will hold on to the post “as long as he is still an MP” and until all legal avenues are exhausted.

“There is no replacement of opposition leader. Definitely no replacement. As long as he is an MP, he will not be replaced,” he told reporters after attending the launch of the George Town Festival 2011 at the Lot 10 shopping centre here this morning.

Lim pointed out that even if Anwar is jailed for sodomy, the PKR de facto leader would still have the opportunity to appeal his conviction.

“He does not necessarily lose his MP seat just because he is jailed. Like me, when I went to jail, I was still an MP. I was an MP until my pardon was resolved.

“So even if you go to jail, you can still appeal and then request for a pardon. I was an MP for six to nine months while in jail until my request for pardon was exhausted,” he said.

Lim claimed this has already been agreed on by the PR leadership.

“You can take it from me... read my lips. It is also from everyone in PR; that, I can announce, I can state this. Anything else, I cannot,” he said.

Lim refused to respond when asked if the PR leadership had any contingency plans for the pact should Anwar fail to win his appeal.

“We will announce when the time comes,” he said, and declined to say if the pact’s leaders had ever discussed the possibility.

The Penang chief minister, however, stressed that the pact will remain strong, even if Anwar is incarcerated.

“We will not break up. Whether the outcome is positive or negative,” he said.

Any rumours of a possible split in the pact, he claimed, were merely the result of “fallacies” promoted by Barisan Nasional-owned media.

“PR’s relationship will remain strong and we will continue to persevere in our efforts to bring reforms to Malaysia,” he said.

Anwar is presently facing a possible conviction for sodomy, the second in his political career, after he was called on Monday to enter his defence on a charge of sodomising former aide Mohd Saiful Bukhari Azlan three years ago.

This is the second time in 13 years the former deputy prime minister has to defend against a sodomy charge.

He is charged under section 377B of the Penal Code and can be sentenced to a maximum of 20 years’ jail and whipping upon conviction.

He has denied the charge, describing it as “evil, frivolous lies by those in power”, when it was read out to him. The trial began 18 months after Anwar was charged in court in August 2008.

In 1998, he had been charged with sodomy and corruption after being sacked from the Cabinet, and was later convicted and jailed for both offences.

He was freed in September 2004 and later resurrected his political career by winning back his Permatang Pauh parliamentary seat in a by-election in 2008, which had been held in the interim by his wife.

He earlier led the loose pact of PKR, the DAP and PAS to a historic sweep of five states and 82 parliamentary seats in Election 2008.


it is not impossible for anwar to lead while he is in jail but i too think that it will be more difficult for him to lead the pact if he is jailed because if he is jailed, the current gov will be able to confine his instructions to the pact too... also, if the current gov is able to confine anwar, he may not be able to come out alive this time... you know how evil bn government can be....

so, i think it will be best if anwar lead the pact as a free man or the opposition will have to do something to ensure his safety while he is in jail.... also, they have to ensure that the information and instruction flow between anwar and the pact is not corrupted by bn...

although it is possible, it is still a difficult task... probably less efficient.... anyway, let the opposition pact decide for themselves...

18 May 2011

Don’t force cops to reveal man in sex video

Deputy Inspector-General of Police Datuk Khalid Abu Bakar (picture) warned the public today to stop trying to force the police to reveal the identity of the man in the sex video which many have claimed to be Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim.

Khalid said that since the case was being investigated under Section 292 of the Penal Code in relation to the offence of possession and distribution of pornography, there is no need for the police to reveal the identity of the individual in the video.

“There is no legal need to reveal the identity of the person. If we go above what is legally permitted, we will be accused of being politically motivated.

“We are carrying out our duties in investigating this case. What we cannot reveal we won’t reveal ... Don’t pressure us, we are following the law,” Khalid was quoted by Bernama Online as saying.

Khalid’s remarks were a response to Kita president Datuk Zaid Ibrahim’s claims that the credibility of the police force would be in jeopardy if they did not reveal the identity of the man in the sex video.

The deputy IGP said that police had wrapped up their investigations and it was now up to the Attorney-General’s Chambers to take further action.

“The police have done their part, whether or not anyone will be prosecuted is not up to the police. That is the job of the Attorney-General’s Chambers,” he added today.

The video first made headlines on March 21 after it was shown to selected media outlets at Carcosa Seri Negara here by an individual identifying himself as “Datuk T”.

Two days after the screening, the trio of Datuk Shazryl Eskay Abdullah, Tan Sri Abdul Rahim Tamby Chik and Datuk Shuib Lazim came forward to reveal themselves collectively as “Datuk T”.

Following a police investigation into the screening, the trio claimed to have surrendered the extant copy of the sex video to the police.

The unedited video was also uploaded to video-sharing website YouTube on April 28, but was taken down shortly after for violating the site’s terms of usage. Prior to that, two “teasers” of the clip had also been uploaded to the same site.

Shazryl has since taken a “sumpah laknat”, or an oath to swear on Allah’s name, declaring that he had spoken the truth when alleging that Anwar is the man in the video.

His challenge to Anwar to do the same was, however, turned down.

On April 14, Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Ismail Omar declared the video as authentic, likely proving claims that the man featured in the 21-minute recording is indeed Anwar.

Ismail had said the identity of the man was verified based on strong evidence obtained during investigations, although he declined to identify the man in the video as it could interfere with the ongoing investigation.

The police were also reported to have sought the assistance of experts from the United States to study the authenticity of the controversial video.

Last Friday, Khalid himself said that new findings have backed up earlier conclusions that the video had not been doctored.

“We have received the report from foreign experts and it reaffirms our experts’ findings about the authenticity of the video ... that it is authentic, and not edited.

“If the video is authentic, you draw your own conclusions,” he told reporters.

Khalid, however, said current legislation does not require people recorded in pornographic materials to be exposed or charged, reiterating that the police were only investigating the public screening and distribution of the video under section 292 of the Penal Code.


That's the professionalism level of our cops. There is such thing force or no force. Isn';t the cops is supposed to protect all citizens regardles of their political affiliation ? A person is not guilty until he is found it to be, right ?

This Deputy IGP talks as if someone pointed a gun or brandish a keris at him to expose the man in the video. What a joker merely prolonging this video scandal to satisfy his political masters.

Indirect meaning:
"Don't force the police to reveal yet. The elections are not yet here. The announcement will come with announcement of GE. Don't worry."
Am i right or am i right?

Polis Raja Di Malaysia have once again shown that they're puppets of the 'not-so' invisible hand... we all know that this is just a drama minggu ini and lacks any serious threat... i don't give a rats behind if it is DSAI or not... i just want to the Datuk T trio prosecuted and jailed for directing, producing and disseminating porn... even if it was DSAI, better a porn actor than a suspected murderer and confirmed spineless wimp!

17 May 2011

elction funds and robbery of the people....Super subsidy for diesel abolished June 1

The Domestic Trade, Cooperatives and Consumerism Ministry today announced that the super subsidy for diesel accorded to nine categories of commercial vehicles is to be abolished, effective June 1.

The nine categories are prime movers; general cargo movers; Luton box vans; vans (panel vans, semi-panel vans and window vans); rigid-lorries for bottled beverages; rigid tanker lorries for flour transport; rigid lorries for refrigerated goods; water tankers; and limousine taxis.

In a statement, the ministry said that all nine categories of vehicles would no longer be allowed to purchase diesel at a subsidised price of RM1.481 per litre.

The said vehicles, however, will still be eligible for a subsidised price of RM1.80 per litre at petrol stations nationwide.

The statement also said that the decision had been prompted by rising fuel prices, which have been escalating worldwide since October last year, and in turn, caused an increase in the amount of subsidy borne by the government.

Following the abolishment, the ministry said the government is expected to save RM659.3 million in subsidies this year even though it will still have to bear RM116 million in subsidies for the public transportation sector.

The move is also designed to control leakages and the illegal sales of subsidised diesel to ineligible buyers.

The subsidy accorded to other public transportation vehicles remains unchanged


Very slowly, with the BN coffers running dry, they are going to put the squeeze on the rakyat and bleed us all dry to fund their corruption, inefficiencies and projek2 kroni 1Malaysia.

do not make a similar talk...UMNO-BN Government courts teachers ahead of expected polls

The Barisan Nasional (BN) administration announced a pay rise for 7,000 senior educators and raised the pay ceiling for all teachers as it prepares to call a general election that is expected within the year.

The package for teachers, who make up a third of Malaysia’s 1.2 million civil servants, follows Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin admission this morning that subsidies will continue to be cut.

“The career path for teachers will be expanded to reach Grade 54,” Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak said in a pre-recorded video message for the national-level Teachers’ Day celebrations in Kuching today.

He also said that from the beginning of next year, all 1,228 secondary school principals in the country will be upgraded to Grade 52 which has a maximum monthly pay of RM6,904.20 and all 6,585 senior assistants nationwide will be moved up to Grade 48 (RM6,325.39).

The new ceiling grade will allow teachers to retire after 25 or more years of service at the new grade, instead of the previous Grade 48.

The ruling BN coalition will hold a dry run for federal polls after July, the clearest sign yet that Najib will dissolve Parliament soon.

Analysts and politicians believe that economic woes will be the biggest problem facing BN for the 13th General Election.

The 2010 Prices and Wages report by Swiss bank UBS AG showed that residents in Kuala Lumpur have only 33.8 per cent the purchasing power of their counterparts in New York, 42 per cent that of London, 33.7 per cent that of Sydney, 32.6 per cent that of Los Angeles and 31.6 per cent that of Zurich.

A check on salaries and prices in selected developed country cities by The Malaysian Insider showed that despite being touted as one of the world’s least expensive cities, KL residents pay as much or even more for chicken, broadband, cars and mobile phones as a percentage of their income.

Civil servants are a traditional vote bank for BN and last year the government paid bonuses of RM500 each to all civil servants and another 590,000 pensioners at a cost of RM296 million.

But this fell short of the Congress of Unions of Employees in the Public and Civil Services’s (Cuepacs) demand for a two-month bonus.

It has continued to call for a minimum wage of RM900 for civil servants rather than the current RM647 and salary adjustments across the board.

Pakatan Rakyat has also attempted to court teachers by promising a RM500 monthly allowance if it takes power after the next election.

Despite government assurances that inflation is under control, Malaysians are becoming increasingly restive over the cost of living in relation to wages, especially those who are able to compare the corresponding price-to-wage ratios in developed economies.

According to a Bloomberg report last month, surging fuel prices and unhappiness over the implementation of race-based policies contributed to the ruling BN coalition losing control of five of Malaysia’s 13 states to Pakatan Rakyat in Election 2008, where it also ceded a record 82 out of 222 seats in Parliament.

Najib completed his second year as PM on April 3, after inheriting a contracting economy and a ruling coalition with the smallest majority in Parliament since independence in 1957.


DIdn't BN just say several months ago that the proposed pay hike to teachers in Pakatan's Buku Jingga would not feasible as it would bankrupt the nation??

BN is now bankrupting the nation for the sake of staying in power. Cut subsidies and channel them into their coffers. Eradication of corruption, transparency and plugging leakages can easily save billions but with their economy management, we can't wait to see where our country is heading to.

We are unemployed and self employed must NOT vote for BN but PKR as we do NOT receive any sen from BN government.

That is pure ELECTION BRIBERY by BN government by Najib to win votes but I do hope that the teachers are NOT stupid but to exercise their democratic rights.

16 May 2011

Sodomy II: Saiful says ‘thankful’ for judge’s decision

Mohd Saiful Bukhari Azlan is thankful for the High Court ruling today ordering Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim to defend himself on the charge of sodomising him.

In an immediate reaction to today’s ruling by trial judge Datuk Mohd Zabidin Mohd Diah, Saiful (picture), the complainant in the Sodomy II trial, said he hopes further trial proceedings will be carried out smoothly.

“I am thankful with today’s decision... I hope that the next stage of the trial will be carried out smoothly. Will keep on praying religiously, will be patient,” said Saiful on popular micro-blogging site Twitter.

Mohd Zabidin concluded that there was a prima facie case against Anwar, the 63-year old Pakatan Rakyat (PR) de facto leader, who is facing a second sodomy case charge in 13 years.

He was sacked as deputy prime minister and finance minister after the first case came to light in 1998.

“Prosecution proven all facts to define charge. Prima facie case made out against accused. Accused therefore called to enter defence,” said Mohd Zabidin today.

The judge said that Saiful was a truthful, credible witness and that his testimony could be used as evidence in court.

The trial will resume from June 6-30 where Anwar will be defending his case.

Anwar, the 63-year-old PKR de facto leader, is currently facing sodomy charges for the second time in his life.

He has denied the charge, describing it as “evil, frivolous lies by those in power” when the charge was read out to him. He is charged under section 377B of the Penal Code and can be sentenced to a maximum of 20 years’ jail and whipping upon conviction.

The trial began 18 months after Anwar was charged in court in August 2008.

He was charged with sodomy and corruption in 1998 after he was sacked from the Cabinet and was later convicted and jailed for both offences.

He was freed in September 2004 and later resurrected his political career by winning back his Permatang Pauh parliamentary seat in a by-election in 2008, which had been held in the interim by his wife.

He led the loose pact of PKR, the DAP and PAS to a historic sweep of five states and 82 parliamentary seats in Election 2008.


Saiful is thankful to the Judge's decision therefore he can collect the "next instalment" from UMNO for "his good work".

It is a sad day for Malaysia to see the circus going on and on.

This is the problem, without an impartial panel one man can play God and use script written by Lingam.

Anwar accuses judge of ‘prejudging’ sodomy trial

Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim has accused trial judge Datuk Mohd Zabidin Mohd Diah of “prejudging” the Sodomy II trial with his decision today even before the opposition leader has entered his defence.

The 63-year old PKR de facto leader told reporters although he had expected such a decision, he was “shocked” by Mohd Zabidin’s decision which accepted the prosecution’s arguments wholesale, despite the defence’s objection against complainant Mohd Saiful Bukhari Azlan’s credibility as the star witness.

“It does not come as a surprise but what is shocking is that he (Mohd Zabidin) has prejudged the case, and extended it beyond prima facie.

“This makes the position of the defence very precarious,” Anwar said.

He maintained his innocence and argued that the case had not taken into consideration the testimonies of several important witnesses — Pusrawi Hospital’s Dr Osman Hamid and the owner of the Desa Damansara condominium unit where the alleged sodomy took place.

“I have declared my innocence... following the law this case has no basis,” stressed the Pakatan Rakyat (PR) leader.

It is understood that the defence team will interview 30 witnesses before the trial starts on June 6, and among those who will be interviewed are Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak, his wife Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor, former Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Musa Hassan and Datuk Mumtaz Jaafar.

“We will defend our position. We will call all witnesses, including Najib, Rosmah, Musa Hassan and Mumtaz.

“It is evident in earlier testimonies Najib, Rosmah, the former IGP are involved in this case,” said Anwar.

Defence counsel Sankara Nair said they will also be bringing in other expert witnesses to testify before the trial resumes next month.

“We are disappointed with the decision to call for the defence, we feel that this should have been a case of acquittal,” he told reporters.

The lawyer confirmed that Anwar will be the first defence witness to testify.

“Anwar will be the first witness… he has to be,” said Sankara.

The trial will resume on June 6 to 30.

Anwar, the 63-year-old PKR de facto leader, is currently facing sodomy charges for the second time in his life.

He has denied the charge, describing it as “evil, frivolous lies by those in power” when the charge was read out to him. He is charged under section 377B of the Penal Code and can be sentenced to a maximum of 20 years’ jail and whipping upon conviction.

The trial began 18 months after Anwar was charged in court in August 2008.

He was charged with sodomy and corruption in 1998 after he was sacked from the Cabinet and was later convicted and jailed for both offences.

He was freed in September 2004 and later resurrected his political career by winning back his Permatang Pauh parliamentary seat in a by-election in 2008, which had been held in the interim by his wife.

He led the loose pact of PKR, DAP and PAS to a historic sweep of five states and 82 parliamentary seats in Election 2008.


They want to put Anwar into jail at any cost including sacrifice judicial system or even rakyat.

Judge Datuk Mohd Zabidin is a replica of the late Judge Augustine Paul. May be same fate if the Power to be in existence. People are at odds to see the judiciary going to dogs day by day. Who rules the country is not important but tainted rule of law is like perjury. I am no supporter of Anwar but as a citizen, I believe there is going to be bigger implications to the citizens when you see the highest officials engaged in slanders, lies, corruption, nepotism and bigotry. There is truly no honest descendant to replace the evil and vexatious rule which is already malignant.

BN don't care about the truth neither do they border about the view of the world community on Malaysia... they just want to put anwar in jail and break the PR so they can continue to be in power to continue with the status quo... country gets poorer and people's life gets worse and eventually we will get IMF help to bail out the country and all the BN leaders would have by then migrated, leaving a bunch of rural folks high and dry.. sad.. let's split the country by race if that's what UMNO wants... and let it achieve 1 malay to fulfill UMNO's wish on their own states with majority of rural folks who read utusan... then no need to quarel...

Another project deceiving people...Further fuel price hikes likely

Economists have said the Najib administration will likely cut fuel subsidies to reduce the government’s rapidly growing subsidy bill, which is expected to double this year.

Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin said earlier today the government expects the subsidy burden to double from RM10.32 billion to RM20.58 billion this year, in what appeared to be a signal of further price hikes in the near future.

CIMB Investment Bank Bhd chief economist Lee Heng Guie predicted that that further subsidy rationalisation would most probably revolve around fuel and sugar, which made up a “big chunk” of subsidies.

He said he expected these two subsidies to be removed incrementally in stages as the government would be hesitant to add to the already strong inflationary pressure from food prices.

“They won’t let it all go up one shot and put more pressure on inflation,” he told The Malaysian Insider.

OSK Research head of research Chris Eng similarly expects the government to trim subsidies for petrol and gas used to generate electricity as these were the “two big things” on the subsidy bill.

He warned, however, that if petrol prices were not increased gradually the Najib administration would risk alienating voters ahead of snap polls, which OSK expects will be called in November or December.

“I think if you raise 5 sen per litre for RON95 it will be still acceptable,” he said. “People will understand because oil price has gone up.”

He said the cuts would be good as it would help reduce wastage and encourage efficiency but stressed that Malaysia could still afford to maintain subsidies at the current level with no cuts.

“The country’s not going to go bankrupt by 2012,” Eng said.

Affin Investment Bank Bhd economist Alan Tan said he only expects the price of RON95 to go up if global crude oil prices remain above US$110 per barrel for “an extended period of time”.

“If global crude oil prices moderate from here on, the government will most likely maintain the price of RON95,” he said.

Tan said that even with an increased operating expenditure owing to higher oil prices, the government should still be able to meet its budget deficit targets for this year as outlined in Budget 2011.

“We expect revenue collection to remain steady in view of the recovery of the domestic economy. Therefore our expectation is that the country’s budget deficit position will likely be maintained at 5.4 per cent of GDP,” he said.

Malaysia’s low purchasing power, coupled with rising prices, is putting pressure on the Najib administration to pump more public funds into existing subsidies.

The move is seen as necessary to avoid public unrest over the escalating cost of living, as well as to counter Pakatan Rakyat’s (PR) attacks on the government’s previous plans to phase out subsidies.

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak said on April 1 that the recent surge in the cost of living may force the government to slow subsidy cuts and that, while the government was committed to reducing the nation’s deficit, “we don’t want rising prices in Malaysia to be a major burden for the people”.

He has already announced the government’s willingness to fork out an additional RM4 billion in addition to the RM10 billion allocated for subsidies this year.

Analysts and politicians believe that problems affecting the economy — distorted and inefficient markets, lack of competition, low wages and a weak ringgit — will be the biggest problem for the Barisan Nasional (BN) administration as the country heads into the next general election, speculated to be held by year end.


Strange indeed that the govt has to raise the price of gasoline and further cut subsidies. Let us be reminded that petroleum prices are based on US dollars and our ringgit has appreciated against the USD. It is illogical that today's USD 1 is now only Rm.3 or less. at the height of the critical rise in petrol is was about USD 148 which translated into Rm. is Rm.518 based on exchange of USD 1 to Rm.3.5. Now Petrol price is at USD110 which is only Rm. 330 per barrel, so why, how and where did our govt got the audacity to up the price at the pump?

15 May 2011

Police detain four DAP members in anti-Lynas protest

Police arrested four DAP members here this morning for holding a demonstration to protest the Lynas Corp rare earths refinery in Gebeng.

DAP Socialist Youth (DAPSY) chief Anthony Loke (file picture), who was present at the time, told The Malaysian Insider that the police moved in to arrest the four just as the event on was nearing its tail end.

He explained that the programme had began with the opening of the Kuantan DAP service centre on Jalan Beserah at 10am this morning before moving on to a short demonstration.

“It was just a small one... three of us gave speeches, (Triang assemblyman) Leong Ngah Ngah, (PKR’s Indera Mahkota MP) Azan Ismail and then me.

“When it was my turn to speak, the Kuantan OCPD came and told us to stop the event. I told him that we were already finishing so after a short argument, we managed to finish our demonstration and we told everyone to disperse,” he said when contacted.

Loke explained that the DAP leaders then regrouped for a short photo session with the media.

“That was when these four members laid out the anti-Lynas banner which only had a logo on it and they lay down on it for the pictures.

“Seeing this, the OCPD immediately ordered his officers to arrest them, claiming it was a provocative move,” he said.

The four are Kuantan DAPSY deputy chief Lee Chin Chen, Bentong DAP deputy chief Chow Yu Hui, Special officer to Penang Chief Minister Ting Siow Shuen and DAP’s Rocket reporter Khor Huey Ying.

Loke said the four were then brought to the Kuantan district police headquarters to have their statements taken.

When contacted, Kuantan MP Fuziah Salleh, who has been leading the anti-Lynas campaign in her constituency said it was clear that the police were merely acting to assert their authority and power.

“They just wanted to show who was in charge. The even had barely started and already there was very heavy police presence in the area,” she said.


Ibrahim Ali makes seditious statements and the authorities do not act. So much for the police in protect the public. They are part and parcel of UMNO

Ibrahim Ali has been trying to create war between the Malays and the non-Malays, and the Muslims and the Christians; the police didn’t even arrest him. The 4 are arrested of trying to save Malaysia from being a radioactive dump. The government is undoubtedly practicing selective prosecution, racism and conspiracy.

Swallow the bitter pill,Muhyiddin try to fool nik aziz

brazen with nik aziz...but his daughter behave  of demon child temperament

Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin urged PAS spiritual leader Datuk Nik Aziz Nik Mat to share his real thoughts on a sex video featuring an individual who resembles Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim even if the truth hurts.

Muhyiddin went on to say that Nik Aziz resorted to the language of theology rather than that of politics when he made a statement recently in which he said that those who insist Anwar is the person in the video would not go to heaven.

The deputy prime minister also asserted that the government has never exploited the video for political gain.

He said the ongoing police investigation is necessary to establish the facts and negate any possibility of slander since the video is purported to involve a public figure and has fallen under public scrutiny.

Deputy Inspector General of Police Datuk Khalid Abu Bakar announced yesterday that international imaging experts had reached the same conclusion as their local counterparts and verified that the video is genuine and not doctored.


so UMNO is not behind this charade? so who are the perpetrators? expert ? Did they go or not ? Very doubtful !!!!! Evidence can be manufactured and planted !!!!!

UMNO should swallow the bitter pill and admit that the sex tape fiasco had failed. Please kindly clarify reports that the woman is a Thai reportedly from Northern Betong and the man is not DSAI. Muhyddin, have you seen DSAI in crew cut hair style before? No matter what you spin, the Rakyat just does not believes in UMNO anymore. Utusan and all msms had cried wolves too often, and no one cares a damn about what UMNO says, because most of the times, they are lies! Tak Nak UMNO!

As a muslim muhidin should respect Tok Guru Nik Aziz. he should not behave
like a naughty child..muhidin ,where is your manner ?

DAP member forced to back Christian Malaysia report by UMNO dog's

The DAP claimed today one of its members had likely been coerced into lodging a report against the party in support of Utusan Malaysia’s Christian conspiracy article.

Jelutong MP Jeff Ooi, who was implicated in the Malay daily’s allegations last Saturday, told a press conference here that the member, Mohamed Razali Abdul Rahman, could have been forced to lodge the report as the paper has not one single testimony made in its favour to date.

He complained that since Mohamed Razali’s report yesterday, the latter could not be reached over the phone.

“We have tried to contact him but he has not been answering his calls,” Ooi (left) said.

He added that it is now one man’s word against at least 40 others, including eight pastors and at least 13 DAP leaders and event participants, all of whom had attended the event in Penang where Utusan Malaysia claimed the conspiracy had taken place.

The group, he explained, had been summoned to give statements to the police over the week.

“We are now giving him (Mohamed Razali) 24 hours to repeat what he said in the police report so that our legal team can take a look at his statement.

“His statement caused further abuse to the DAP with (Home Minister Datuk Seri) Hishammuddin (Hussein) now saying that there is basis in Utusan’s report.

“We want to remind Mohamed Razali however that it is the word of one man against 40 others, all of whom have given consistent testimonies that there was never any conspiracy to usurp Islam during the retreat,” he told The Malaysian Insider when contacted.

Ooi admitted that Mohamed Razali was a valid member of the DAP and had helped during campaigns for several by-elections and the recent Sarawak state polls when he was stationed in Miri.

But, he said, that the 42-year-old was also formerly an Umno member, who had left the ruling party following Election 2008 after he had been allegedly “suppressed and harassed” by his fellow party members.

“He also has a relative who is a lance corporal in the Special Branch unit based in my area — Jelutong,” he said.

Ooi said the party had always considered Mohamed Razali a loyal member, especially after having helped the latter with his employment problems shortly after he joined the party.

He was responding to a report in Utusan Malaysia today quoting Hishammuddin as saying there was some element of truth in the daily’s controversial report last Saturday entitled, “Kristian agama rasmi?” (Christianity the official religion?).

The minister had allegedly made the claim following Mohamed Razali’s report claiming that he was present during the retreat gathering involving DAP members and Christian leaders and had the “true story” of the events that transpired.

Utusan Malaysia’s report had been based entirely on unsubstantiated blog postings by two pro-Umno bloggers, alleging that the leaders had taken a pledge during the gathering promising to take over Putrajaya, abolish Islam as the religion of the federation and install a Christian prime minister.

The paper had also published a grainy photograph showing what it described to be a secret pact between the DAP and pastors at a hotel in Penang last Wednesday.

The DAP and Christian leaders have since voiced out their rage over the allegations and vehemently denied taking any part in such a pledge.

They have also urged stern action against Utusan Malaysia for telling “dangerous lies”, spurring a police investigation and Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak’s special meeting with Christian leaders on Thursday.

According to Ooi, the police have since summoned eight pastors and at least 13 DAP leaders and event participants, including himself, to give their statements over the issue.

The pastors, he said, were asked if such a pledge had been taken, whether they had raised their hands during prayers, which hands they had raised and whether they had raised it high or at half mast as if they were taking an oath.

“On my part, I told them that there was no political talk during the retreat because Christian leaders are apolitical.

“During the dinner which I was invited to attend during the three-day/two-night retreat where the purported pledge is said to have taken place, we discussed ethical issues, the duties of Christians to help eradicate corruption and so on.

“This is why even the Transparency International had been invited to be present... there were so many stakeholders and we did not touch politics at all,” he said.


Everything sounds so fishy. Could Razali been bought by somebody? Afterall, money seems to be the king of the country.

Another thing, we Christians do raise our hands when praying - thus be construed as taking oath. This is what happens when the gomen wants to divide and rule by race and religion, making every action easily misunderstood by some overzealous people.

UMNO you have to respect others to respect you..Pas did not attack other religion to win the malay votes..while you are creating ghost stories, scarring tactics is over. Please do some sensible things, lets build up this beautiful country of ours. The whole Malaysian is fed up with this never ending lies...enough is enough close this chapter and lets move on for the better future of our children.

UMNO is hopelessly inept.

Telling lies is one thing but surely UMNO can think of a more plausible story than a Christian plot?

In the face of such viciousness and stupidity, there is only one way to change for the better: VOTE UMNO/BN OUT!

video slander ‘worse than murder’

Datuk Seri Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail hit out at those who say the main actor in a sex video circulating through Malaysia is her husband Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim, calling it slander that is “worse than murder”.

The PKR president defended her husband at a ceramah here last night after police said they will reveal the identities of those seen in the sex video only if they are required to do so by law.

“The man in the video is not my husband,” Dr Wan Azizah (picture) told a crowd of Malays at a village here last night.

“If I don’t recognise (him), who else can do so? If an accident happens (to him) at night, I’ll be the one to recognise him,” she said.

Businessman Datuk Shazryl Eskay Abdullah performed the sumpah laknat oath last month by swearing in God’s name that Anwar is the man featured in the controversial sex video.

Shazryl took the oath on behalf of the “Datuk T” trio behind the sex scandal, who comprises him, former Malacca Chief Minister Tan Sri Abdul Rahim Thamby Chik and Perkasa treasurer-general Datuk Shuib Lazim.

Dr Wan Azizah warned that those who spread such a “lie” and their grandchildren would suffer the consequences of their “sin”.

“Don’t play around... This is a lie. It’s slander. This slander is worse than murder,” said the PKR president in front of the 200-strong crowd.

The doctor, who married Anwar 30 years ago, also pointed out that the physique of the man in the sex video was clearly different from her husband’s.

“In the video, with a stomach like that, it’s not him,” she said as the crowd laughed.

She had made similar remarks last month, pointing out that Anwar’s stomach was smaller than the stomach of the man in the video as Anwar had exercised when he was in jail.

She went on to criticise national leaders who, she said, insulted Anwar every day by calling him a sodomite.

“This is the country’s tragedy,” said Dr Wan Azizah.

In the late 1990s, then-deputy prime minister Anwar faced charges of sodomy and abuse of power.

Three years ago, Anwar faced a second sodomy charge brought against him by a former aide. The case is ongoing.

The opposition leader has accused Umno leaders of masterminding the latest sex scandal.

Dr Wan Azizah also hit out at a text message, which her daughter Nurul Izzah Anwar said she had received, containing a threat to kidnap the latter’s three-year-old daughter.

“What kind of human is this?” she asked.

Nurul Izzah said yesterday that she was warned against continuing to support her father, or else her daughter would end up sharing the same fate as Sharlinie Mohd Nashar.

Sharlinie, 5, was abducted in 2008 at a playground near her house in Petaling Jaya and remains missing.


the whole nation know the game our so called leaders are playing. They are so corrupt that they want to win this election at any cost, so they resort to all kinds of tactics. Let us pray for God to punish them. Surely God will hear our collective prayer. We are all behind you and will support you come the GE.

This sex video episode is a reflection of the sorry and sordid state of politics in Malaysia where the BN regime is doing everything to topple AI's bid to remove it from power.

All moderate Malaysians should condemn this state of debauchery and also the police/AG's lack of actions to bring the sex video's distributors to court.
It seems that despite all the religious programs on TV, there is a high level of perverse activities that anyone with a little decency will not accept.
We NEED to change this government to put things right for Malaysia.

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