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25 June 2011

Anwar unfazed by sex video bombshell

the three bastard.... with  girls under the age of rapists...head of a conspiracy

Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim shrugged off today’s revelation in court that US experts had pointed him out as the man in a recent sex video, maintaining that the entire case was a conspiracy by political adversaries.

The Pakatan Rakyat (PR) de facto leader was a picture of calm when approached by reporters asking for his next course of action, at the sidelines of an economic talk at the Quality Hotel here,

Shrugging, Anwar said he had anticipated the outcome of today’s court proceedings, claiming to be unaffected by it.

“I think it is all pre-arranged. The prosecution would, as you know, ensure they get a light sentence and then they would of course try and use this to make inferences.

“I’ve declared very clearly my innocence so they can use whatever they want, quoting some sources... first they say it was somebody from Korea and now they say it was somebody from the US. They can say whatever. It is just a political attempt to smear me,” he said.

Anwar also claimed that several acquaintances had confirmed with him yesterday that Tan Sri Abdul Rahim Tamby Chik, one of the key protagonists behind the sex video, had met with Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak in Parliament yesterday.

“We use the same lift. Quite a number of them spotted him so they cannot deny. We know for a fact that Abdul Rahim was at the PM’s office in Parliament at 11.45am,” he said.

(Left to right) Shuib, Abdul Rahim, and Shazryl smile as they arrive at the magistrate’s court in Kuala Lumpur, June 24, 2011. — Picture by Choo Choy May
According to Anwar, Abdul Rahim’s meeting with Najib clearly indicated that today’s court proceedings had been planned in advance, and likely handled by the Attorney-General himself.

“That is why I am not even affected by it. This is only a show, to charge them. What is Abdul Rahim’s deal with Najib? This has to be explained,” he said.

Former Malacca chief minister Abdul Rahim, along with businessman Datuk Shazryl Eskay Abdullah and former Perkasa treasurer-general Datuk Shuib Lazim, all of whom make up the “Datuk T” trio, were fined this morning for their involvement in the screening of the sex video at Carcosa Seri Negara Hotel on March 21.

Abdul Rahim was hit with a RM1,000 fine for abetting Shazryl and Shuib, who were fined RM3,000 and RM1,500 respectively.

When asked if he planned on taking action against the trio, Anwar shrugged again and pointed out that he had already lodged a police report on the matter.

“I’ve lodged a report but what action was taken? We all know too well the system that we have here. The only reason why I had to lodge the report although I knew the limitation of the system was because if I didn’t, then they would take that to mean guilt,” he said.

Anwar also admitted that he may now be accused of lodging a false report but said that he would deal with it when it occurs.

He expressed confidence that his supporters would not be swayed by today’s events, adding that most Malaysians were now fully aware of the system.

“And since when do we infer that the authority of morality is left to Abdul Rahim, Shazryl, Shuib or (lawyer Datuk Seri) Shafee Abdullah?” he said.

Shafee had said today that according to a study by experts from the Dartmouth College in the US, it was 99.99 per cent certain that the man in the video is Anwar.


If CSL with his obvious morality problem can become a President of MCA, why Anwar can't become a PM? BN talking about morality is funny.

A bombshell from some US college!! Please get real! Involve the FBI forensics dpt. then you will get most likely another result! Forget it, the bombshell is only that: a shell!!

Wearing a suite makes them look like the Father of the Fools. They should wear Sarong and Baju Melayu not a suite if they want to be the kampong hero. let's name them - Tiga Samdol. They got cowdung in thier head. They thought Mlaysia are stupid like them.

I think you just have to take a look at these 3 smirking faces to know that these are not good people. I certainly won't let my children go anywhere near them, and certainly anything they have to say, and any dirty video they show me, is as credible as the pirated DVD seller on the five-foot way.

23 June 2011

‘Datuk T’ to get off easy

Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim predicted today that the “Datuk T” trio will likely be slapped with “minimal charges” for their involvement in the sex video caper.

The Pakatan Rakyat (PR) de facto leader appeared unaffected when informed this afternoon that the trio behind the sex video purportedly featuring him with a foreign prostitute are expected to be charged in court this Friday.

“Knowing the Attorney-General and his track record, I am sure it will be a very minimal sort of charge to appease the forces, like all other politically motivated charges, except when it involves opposition leaders,” he told reporters at a press conference in Parliament.

Anwar added that he was “unconvinced” that the government was serious in its bid to take action against the trio, reiterating his belief that the men were agents of the ruling party.

The Malaysian Insider reported earlier today that the trio — businessman Datuk Shazryl Eskay Abdullah, former Malacca chief minister Tan Sri Abdul Rahim Tamby Chik and Perkasa treasurer-general Datuk Shuib Lazim — are expected to be charged at the Jalan Duta court on Friday.

“Shazryl ... he seems to be an Umno conduit ... helping the Umno leadership. And who are the other criminals complicit? Rahim and Shuib Lazim ... One is a great moral leader and one is a Perkasa leader.

“You mean to say that Umno wants to seriously take action against them? I am unconvinced,” Anwar said.

He stressed that it was likely that the only reason why the controversial 21-minute recording could have been distributed so widely was because it had the endorsement of the ruling party.

“A straightforward case like this has been deferred for far too long and then, it is still being widely distributed.

“Encouraged by the government, tolerated by the Home Ministry and the police. I reiterate that point. It is impossible for pornographic material to be publicised and released in the hundreds and thousands if it is not protected by the powers that be,” he said.

Anwar also shrugged off the possibility that the court case would be used as an avenue to prove that he is indeed the man in the video.

“They can ... whatever they want to do, it does not matter. I will just have to deal with it when it comes,” he said.

The police had earlier sought the assistance of foreign experts to determine the authenticity of the man featured in the video.

On March 21, a mysterious “Datuk T” had screened a video purportedly showing Anwar having sex with an unidentified woman.

Former Malacca chief minister Abdul Rahim, businessman Shazryl and Shuib later claimed responsibility for the video, saying they screened the video to show “a man who wants to be prime minister is not qualified.”

Following a police investigation into the screening, the trio claimed to have surrendered the only copy of the sex video to the police but the clips were later distributed to politicians and uploaded on


the only original sent to the police? my foot. i know for a fact that the ppl with affiliations with umno youth had been distributing among close friends and asking for their opinion. they 'innocently' showed the contents to my friends and asked them, "what do u think?". this is long before the video was available on youtube. hah

I totally agree with you, Anwar...BN/UMNO cronies ...why the police dare not reveal the so called your double in the video because it is not you after getting expert opinions...sue the police for withholding the truth or the police would reveal the identity if it it is you before the sarawak state sarawakian do you see the dirty tactics of BN/ them out at GE13...God is Great

porno dangdut dancer minister...Nazri gave misleading info on PI Bala’s case dismissal

PKR claimed today that Datuk Seri Nazri Aziz gave misleading information in Parliament about closing the case on private investigator P. Balasubramaniam.

PKR Information Chief Chua Tian Chang, or better known as Tian Chua, told reporters here that the answer of the minister in the Prime Minister’s Department to his question in Parliament contradicts the law.

“In a nutshell, Balasubramaniam’s case is completed and closed, so this is very weird because after so much publicity, in the end, without giving a reasonable excuse, the government said there is no case.

“If what Balasubramaniam had said was totally untrue, if what he had said was baseless, he should be taken action against because he has smeared the reputation of country’s leader,” he said.

In July 2008, Balasubramaniam created headlines when he made public his statutory declaration (SD) linking then Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak with the murdered Mongolian national Altantuya Shaariibuu, with several astounding assertions about the relationship conveyed to him by both Altantuya and Abdul Razak Baginda.

Barely 24 hours after making the serious allegations, he created a second round of shockwaves when he retracted his statutory declaration with a second statutory declaration, claiming that he was forced to make his earlier declaration under duress.

“If what (Bala) had said has truth in it, then we must investigate. We don’t know how the AG (Attorney-General) or how the government can say the investigation is completed and there is no more need to continue,” he said.

PKR vice-president Sivarasa Rasiah also pointed out that Nazri gave a misleading answer and an inaccurate interpretation of the law which was “obviously wrong.”

“After studying and taking into account all the testimonies collected by the police, the Attorney-General has decided to close the case because the two conflicting statutory declarations by P. Balasubramanian do not affect the Altantuya Shaaribuu trial case,” Nazri had said.

Sivarasah said there is no basis to close the case and he questioned the true motive behind it.

He highlighted that under Section 199 of the Penal Code, a “false statement made in any declaration ... is by law receivable as evidence.”

“This means whatever we say in court under oath, if we lie, that is perjury,” Sivarasah said.

Nazri had said that in order for a testimony to be considered under the section, it must not only be false, but also legally accepted by the court or anyone.

“However, the statutory declaration made by P. Balasubramaniam is not to be taken as testimony for any proceedings. To decide whether the purpose of the testimony is to be used in court, the content of the testimony has to be studied,” he had said.

Sivarasa said although the statutory declaration by Balasubramaniam was not used in any proceedings, it is not written under the section that that was one of the requirements.

“It was as if (Nazri) had changed the section, and brought in another element, that the statutory declaration has to be done for the purpose of testimony but the actual section did not mention that at all. The person who is making the statutory declaration does not have to have the intention that it will be used in court, for it to be an offence,” he said.

Nazri had said that the statutory declaration does not satisfy the need under Section 199 and Section 200 of the Penal Code; hence, it cannot be used.

“What PI Bala had said does not mean it cannot be received in court and Section 199 said nothing about the fact that the person making the statement must make it with the intention of it being used in court. So Minister Nazri has rewritten Section 199, created an element that does not exist and said because the element does not exist, therefore this gentleman cannot be prosecuted under section 199. We say the minister is misleading the public with this explanation.

“Which for us is nonsense that there is no basis for the reason not to prosecute if you can prove as you say, that Bala’s statement is actually false,” he said,

Sivarasah said it indicates that the government cannot prove that Balasubramaniam’s statement is false, and that they are not prepared to go to court to prove that it is false.

“You don’t have a basis and you’re trying to use a false legal reason to try to back out of having to prosecute PI Bala.

“You must remember that PI Bala has boldly written a public statement inviting the AG to prosecute him and this is a clear indication that they cannot prove that PI Bala’s statement is false,” he said.


It's the trademark of UMNO. They are adept at lying with a straight face. This Nazri's declaration is UMNO's jungle Law. People like him believe they can get away with anything.

This is the biggest problem with UMNO, irrational execution of the law simply to suit them. Is there any wonder why more and more malaysians have lost faith in the ruling government to govern the country?

In nthe history of mankind tyrants and corrupted dictators do fall , if not trampled by the very people they opress and cheat.

22 June 2011

‘Datuk T’ says will be charged over sex video this week

Datuk Shazryl Eskay Abdullah said today he expects the “Datuk T” trio to be charged this Friday over a sex video that he alleged had featured Opposition Leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim.

Shazryl, the key figure behind the release of the controversial recording, sent a text message to various media organisations today saying “Datuk T” would be charged at the Jalan Duta courts on Friday.

When contacted, Shazryl explained to The Malaysian Insider that he had been notified earlier today by Tan Sri Abdul Rahim Thamby Chik, who is also part of “Datuk T”.

“I received it from Tan Sri. He SMSed the details to me... but I do not know any other detail. Many people have been asking me about it for the last couple of days.

“I do not know what to tell them... the moment I received the message, I sent it to the media,” he said.

Shazryl also confirmed that all three members of “Datuk T” will be present in court on Friday.

“It is part and parcel of the whole thing. We did it and I think we should be charged. If the court thinks that what we did is wrong, we should be charged.

“So we shall be there... we must own up to it,” he said.

On March 21, a mysterious “Datuk T” had screened a video purportedly showing Anwar having sex with an unidentified woman.

Former Malacca chief minister Abdul Rahim, businessman Shazryl and Perkasa treasurer-general Datuk Shuib Lazim later claimed responsibility for the video, saying they screened the video to show “a man who wants to be prime minister is not qualified.”

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


and the script ends with a few thousand ringgit fine, but poor anwar has to shoulder this baggage for a life time

I think this guy has direct phone lines to the IGP, AG and the Home Minister.

He knows everything; the video were send to Korea and US for authentication, progress of investigations and finally when he is going to be charged.
He surely will also know the outcome of the impeding trial....

This must be the only country in the world where the accused inform the media that they will be arrested on a certain date so as to give some credibility to the 1Malaysia police that they are doing their job!!!!

stolen stolen money malaysia....RM1.18b worth of projects announced for Sarawak polls

Putrajaya revealed today that it had announced projects worth a total of RM1.18 billion in Sarawak during the just-concluded state polls.

In a written response to Teresa Kok (DAP-Seputeh) yesterday, the Prime Minister’s Department explained that until April 30 this year, a total of 62 programmes and projects were announced for the hornbill state.

Of the total, it added, 52 projects were kicked off this year with the remainder to be carried out in the years to come.

“The programme/projects announced were planned earlier,” it said.

The RM1.18 billion was divided between 10 ministries, namely the Prime Minister’s Department; Rural and Regional Development Ministry; Natural Resources and Environment Ministry; Defence Ministry; Health Ministry; Agriculture and Agro-Based Industry Ministry; Education Ministry; Energy, Green Technology and Water Ministry; Works Ministry; and Science, Technology and Innovation Ministry.

The projects include upgrading work for suraus, mosques and other places of worship; community halls, schools and roads; longhouse repairs; electricity supply; the construction of jetties and bridges; the renovation of hospitals and clinics; flood mitigation work; and contributions and welfare aid, among others.

In her question, Kok had asked the prime minister to reveal the number and value of development projects announced by all ministries in the two-month period before the polls and during the 10-day campaign period.

The Sarawak state elections, which were held on April 16, saw the ruling Barisan Nasional (BN) pact cruise to a resounding victory when it garnered 55 of the 71 state seats up for grabs.

But Pakatan Rakyat (PR) still made inroads with its 15-seat victory in a state long considered a BN fortress.

The federal opposition has also accused BN of securing its win through vote rigging and by using its massive resources from both the federal and state cabinets to buy support.


Curi-curi Wang Malaysia again. Lepas result election confirm, wang kasih masuk cronies pocket again. Please ask the Ibans whether they are benefited or not

Did the BN Govt honoured what they have pledged during the preelection time ?. If they dun, questions them why not was not delivered? Go back to those rakyat whom voted them to ASK why not carried out ?.

Now, that is what we call daylight bribery. I am sure if we include the pocket money and allowances given to the voters and campaign workers during the same period, the figure would be a lot higher!

Bank valued Khir’s mansion, land at RM3.5m

A bank valued Dr Mohd Khir Toyo’s palatial home and two plots of land at RM3.5 million before he paid that market price for the properties, the former Selangor mentri besar’s graft trial heard today.

HSBC premier centre manager Chuah Yew Tean testified today that he faxed a letter from valuation firm Rahim & Co, which was engaged by HSBC, to Dr Khir (picture) on May 22, 2007, a week before the Umno politician signed the sales and purchase agreement with Ditamas Sdn Bhd director Shamsuddin Hayroni to buy the properties in Section 7 here.

“You told him (Dr Khir) that the market value is RM3.5 million and so he is entitled to an RM3 million loan?” asked Dr Khir’s lawyer Kamarul Hisham Kamaruddin at the High Court here today.

“Yes,” answered Chuah.

Dr Khir is charged with purchasing the two plots of land and mansion from Shamsuddin for RM3.5 million in 2007 that the latter had purchased for RM6.5 million in 2004.

The former Selangor opposition leader was charged with obtaining the properties, located at No. 8 and 10, Jalan Suasa 7/1 L, Shah Alam, for both himself and his wife Zahrah Kechik.

If found guilty, the Sungai Panjang assemblyman faces two years’ jail, a fine, or both under section 165 of the Penal Code.

Chuah said the letter from Rahim & Co stated that it had valued Dr Khir’s properties at RM3.5 million on May 14, 2007, and that a full report would be sent in due course.

The 35-year-old banker also said valuer Choy Yue Kwong from Rahim & Co had informed him about the RM3.5 million figure one or two days after the valuation was done, after which he informed Dr Khir as such on the phone.

Chuah, who works in HSBC’s Petaling Jaya branch, added that he did not tell Shamsuddin about his bank’s RM3.5 million valuation.

Shamsuddin testified recently that he was “forced” to sell his properties to Dr Khir at RM3.5 million after the latter rejected his offer of between RM5 million and RM5.5 million.

The construction and property developer also said he sold his palatial home and two plots of land at that price despite buying the properties for RM6.5 million in 2004, because he feared for his Selangor business interests.

Shamsuddin, however, has admitted that he did not show Dr Khir the valuation by Trans Asia, whom he had engaged, that estimated the properties at RM5.52 million.

Chuah said today that he faxed Rahim & Co’s letter to Dr Khir at the latter’s request.

The bespectacled banker also noted that it was not unusual for Rahim & Co to send him a letter prior to its valuation report.


whose valuation is correct?
HSBC just put the valuation at 3.5!

is the other guy stupid to buy the property at 6.5 then?

This is a typical Najib's "You help me, I help you" arrangement. Ditamas get the land + projects & Khir toyo gets huge discounted mansion. Please don't insult the public's intelligence that you can buy a RM6.5M house at a mere RM3.5M. Put him straight to jail without going thru all this silly court proceedings.

The Altantuya-Scorpenes story is far from over...

Razak Baginda is a hard man to find. His controvesial acquittal from abetting the Altantuya murder came after a prolonged murder trial and almost two years after being arrested at his office. Walking out from the courtroom a free man, he quietly relocated to the United Kingdom to continue his studies and since then has remained out of the public’s eye.

He last surfaced in Singapore on April 19th, 2010 when giving a talk on the Islamic Caliphate at Nanyang Technical University to a group of 40 participants. Other than this event, he has remained out of sight with many speculating that he has chosen to reside in the UK although he may just be keeping his head down in Kuala Lumpur, where he has lived for decades.

But all that lying low may come to an end soon as the French investigators have shown interest in his role in the RM7 billion purchase of Scorpene submarines from French firm DCN.

One of the key holders

There is also the matter of alleged irregularities in the payment of a RM570 million 'support services deal' to Perimekar, a company linked to Baginda. So far in replies to Parliament, the Malaysian government has insisted it was not a kickback to Perimekar for clinching the order but for “co-ordination and support services”. Presumably, it related to the submarines although Perimekar has no known record of such high-tech expertise.

Baginda is definitely one of those holding the keys to Najib Razak’s survival. If ever Baginda chooses to come forward to tell his side of the story, what a moment that would be for Malaysia. Statements by private investigator P Balasubramaniam to the French financial police have painted a picture of the involvement of several military personel in the Altantuya murder.

In the course of the interview, two new names also surfaced — Malaysians identified as Major Rahim and Abdul Rahim bin Saad. What roles do the two Rahims have in the murder is still unclear, but it is a more than fair assumption that Baginda would be in the know.

Global stage

So all eyes are now shifting to Razak Baginda once again. He has been adamant in professing his innocence of the murder. Yet his link to Altantuya can never be denied.

Baginda even hired Bala to keep her from harassing his family. So while Baginda may have been just as surprised that those more ruthless and with more at stake than him had chosen to cold-bloodedly order her killing, he knows who they are.

By not revealing the truth, is Baginda not just as guilty of abettment as picking up the phone and saying 'do it, men'.

For a man of his learning and capability, it is a shame to choose to err on the side of the dark. Hopefully, one day, he will step out into the light and tell all to the world - for Altanutya is no longer just another sordid Malaysian murder and corruption case, but has gained a global stage.

From the world of academia to switching corpses

Baginda graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in politics and government from London's City Polytechnic in 1982, and gained a master's degree in War Studies at King's College London in 1984. He is certainly no idiot. A smart man with dashing good looks, he returned to Malaysia in 1988, joined the Malaysian Armed Forces Defense College as a lecturer and eventually became head of strategic studies. In 1993, he formed a think-tank called the Malaysian Strategic Research Centre, which is based in Kuala Lumpur. His abilities put him in the front-row seat to be advisor to the then-Defence Minister Najib Razak and eventually as lead negotiator for the purchase of military equipment from France.

With so much going for him, it is not impossible for Baginda to issue a “kill” order to Chief Inspector Azilah Hadri and Corporal Sirul Azhar Umar, the former bodyguards to Najib and Rosmah who have been sentenced to hang for her death. Certainly, Baginda's wife and family feared he might be made the scapegoat for Altantuya's killing. It would have so easy for the real "killers" to have just shut the prison doors on him and let him suffer the same fate as the two cops, now on death row.
But as Baginda was acquitted, there is also widespread speculation backed by visual evidence that the two bodyguards might also be allowed to cheat death.
There is much speculation the highly odd way the police have always covered up the faces of Azilah and Sirul whenever they went to court was to enable them to eventually 'escape' and return to normal life, but under different identities. Other corpses would be used when the time came to hang them, so the macabre stories abound.

Whole truth or fatal mistake

Why do these 3 men - Baginda, Azilah and Sirul - hold so much 'power'? Who or what is protecting them?

Why haven't the real "killers" opted to throw these three men to the gallows and in this way forever keep their secrets hidden? Is it because the trio has made sure that in the event the worst happened to them, 'information would leak out'.
It would be Baginda's 'information' that would be the most damaging, of course. No surprises, the French investigators would put him top on their list of witnesses. But will he go?

It is anyone's guess what Baginda will do. If he does decide to travel to Paris, what will he tell French? Would the link to Najib and all its ramifications finally come to light? Will Baginda tell the whole truth and nothing but the truth?

Or will he choose to continue riding on his current and extremely comfortable lifestyle - secure in the knowledge that what he knows puts him out of the reach of the powers that be in Malaysia? Sad to say, that may eventually prove to be his fatal mistake

20 June 2011

Ibrahim Ali a coward

Nurul Izzah Anwar today called Datuk Ibrahim Ali a coward for threatening the Chinese community and warning them against showing up for the Bersih rally on July 9.

“Threats like that are only issued by cowards. It’s mind-boggling that the authorities have failed to reprimand him accordingly.

“While I believe that we should respect the right of all Malaysians to speak freely, this freedom is not something to be abused or to be used irresponsibly. As such, I am truly disappointed by the insinuations and veiled language used by Datuk Ibrahim Ali, with regards to the Bersih 2.0 rally happening this July 9,” the PKR vice-president told The Malaysian Insider.

Malay rights group Perkasa kicked off its Bersih 2.0 counter-protest in Kampung Baru yesterday by burning images of Bersih chairman Datuk Ambiga Sreenevasan and issuing a warning to the Chinese to stay indoors as “anything could happen”.

Ibrahim, who had appointed himself “war general”, said if electoral reform coalition Bersih goes through with its July 9 rally, he will not be held responsible for any untoward incidents which may occur.

“Imagine if chaos erupts. If the Bersih rally is not cancelled... I believe the Chinese community will have to stock up on food,” he had said.

Today, Nurul Izzah said Malaysians should not be intimidated by Ibrahim’s threats.

“Let us not be afraid to stand up for what we believe in. Let us not be stopped, for the sake of a better Malaysia,” the Lembah Pantai MP said.

PKR Information Chief Chua Tian Chang opted for a more sarcastic response to Ibrahim’s threats targeting the Chinese.

“Thanks for his concern for Chinese. If [anything] would happen, I suppose all could be affected, right? But Datuk Ibrahim just worries for safety of Chinese, very considerate,” he said.

Pakatan Rakyat (PR) component parties and activists are gearing up to march on July 9, the second such rally by election watchdog Bersih.

The first rally in 2007 saw up to 50,000 people take to the capital’s street, before they were dispersed by police armed with tear gas and water cannon.

The 2007 rally has been credited for the PR’s record gains in Election 2008, where the opposition pact was swept to power in five states and won 82 parliamentary seats.

PAS has promised to bring some 300,000 protestors this year in hopes that it will galvanise support for the opposition in the next general election, expected to be called within a year.

Perkasa has pledged to send 20 buses from each of the 10 peninsular Malaysian states, in addition to supporters from 164 other non-governmental organisations.

Umno Youth has also said it will march on July 9 to counter the Bersih rally.

MCA hammers Perkasa for race riot insinuations

Despite warning its members away from the Bersih 2.0 rally next month, MCA leaders have flayed Perkasa’s Datuk Ibrahim Ali for leading the public into believing the gathering could turn into a racial riot.

When contacted today, the leaders expressed disgust at the Malay rights leader’s sudden warning to the Chinese to “stay home” on July 9 and “stock up on food as anything could happen”.

“This is unnecessary, what Perkasa said. Why do you have to make it a racial thing?” MCA Youth chief Datuk Wee Ka Siong told The Malaysian Insider when approached in Parliament.

He agreed that Bersih, a bipartisan electoral reform group made up of civil society organisations, was comprised of a variety of races.

MCA vice-president Gan Ping Sieu said it was no surprise that Ibrahim, known for his pro-Malay race rhetoric in his work for Perkasa, the NGO he founded, had come up with such a statement.

“Whatever he does is racial so it is quite natural for him. We do not agree with him of course... he should not be disrupting public peace. For him to turn it into a racial issue... it is just nonsense,” he said.

Gan also mocked Ibrahim for having a skewed perception of the Malaysian reality, and questioned the leader’s motive.

“He has a funny pair of glasses. He puts it on and views everything as racial. But I do not think we should dignify him with too much publicity,” he said.

Ibrahim has often been at loggerheads with MCA members and leaders who have criticised his Perkasa struggle as anti-1 Malaysia.

Recently, Ibrahim had threatened a holy war against the Christians following a report in Utusan Malaysia alleging a Christian plot to usurp Islam and install a Christian as prime minister.

Ibrahim and his Perkasa have also been viewed as a thorn in the side of the Najib administration, which has been struggling to strike a balance between promoting its inclusive 1 Malaysia concept and keeping the support of the hardline Malays that the group represents.

To condemn the Bersih rally, Ibrahim launched his counter-protest yesterday by burning images of the coalition’s chairman, Datuk Ambiga Sreenavasan, and warning the Chinese to stay indoors on the day of the gathering.

When asked if Perkasa’s counter-protest would be more detrimental to public safety than the actual Bersih protest, which is a march to push for free and fair elections, Gan agreed and expressed disappointment at both groups for using force to achieve their goals.

“This is the unfortunate part about our nation. Different groups are trying to show force and strength to promote their respective agendas. We will leave it to them to do what they want but we hope they stick within the parameters of the law and minimise disruption,” he said.

He added that MCA disagreed with Umno Youth’s bid to organise a similar march on July 9, stressing that the party does not believe in taking to the streets to protest anything.

“It does not promote democracy. Why not hold organised rallies in a stadium or a controlled environment? We respect freedom of expression and assembly but we want it to be peaceful and it should not disrupt the lives of innocent bystanders,” he said.

The first Bersih rally in 2007 saw up to 50,000 people take to the capital’s street, before they were dispersed by police armed with tear gas and water cannon.

This time around, PAS has promised to bring some 300,000 protestors in hopes that it will galvanise support for the opposition in the next general election, expected to be called within a year.


MCA what is the point of just giving lip service only. A small clown like the Frog does not even put you in his sight. Maybe MCA is only good at lip service. Still wonder why the people are deserting MCA?

Ibrahim Ali is scared of Bersih, because it has proven that it can galvanise the opposition into a potent force that can topple the present government of UMNO, that is why Perkasa is hell bent on stopping the 9th July march by whatever means, including bloodshed. Its that simple.

Look MCA, the problem started when you elected CSL as your leader. A leader with a bad record (sex scandal) cannot represent chinese. When CSL return, Perkasa spits.
Worse still, CSL went to radio talk show together with his son....come on, MCA does not belong to both of you. When I listened to your radio talk, I spit too.

UMNO so instigator for Perkasa threats

DAP’s Lim Guan Eng pronounced Umno guilty today of fanning racial and religious strife for its tacit support of Perkasa’s “Nazi-like” threat against ethnic Chinese ahead of three massive — and conflicting — marches on July 9.

The DAP secretary-general further accused the ruling Barisan Nasional (BN) lynchpin of being “politically bankrupt” for resorting to provocation to cover its own shortcomings.

Lim pointed out Umno and the BN government have been deflecting questions on health and environmental safety over Australian miner Lynas Corp’s RM700 million rare earths project in Pahang and the Tourism Ministry’s RM1.8million Facebook scandal.

Election watchdog Bersih 2.0 has called on civil society to join its march in the national capital here as it lobbies the Najib administration to carry out electoral reforms. This is also being countered by separate rallies on the same day from right-wing Malay nationalist group Perkasa and Umno Youth.

Perkasa founder and president Datuk Ibrahim Ali kicked off yesterday its counter-strike to Bersih by burning images of its chief, Datuk Ambiga Sreenevasan, whom he labelled a “dangerous Hindu woman”.

Ibrahim also warned the minority Chinese community to stay home and stock up on food as “anything could happen”, once again resurrecting the ghost of the bloody May 13, 1969 race riots.

Lim denounced the Perkasa man’s actions and remarks at Kampung Baru as “vile and malicious... nothing short of seditious”.

“By allowing such fascistic and Nazi-like threats by Ibrahim Ali, Umno is indeed showing its true colours as a party that survives on racial division,” the Penang chief minister said in a statement today.

“In its refusal to take action, Umno is therefore guilty of supporting Perkasa and its stand,” he added.

Lim demanded Umno stop the issuance of such provocative racial and religious sentiments, saying they were dangerous and could lead to unrest.

The Bagan MP reminded Umno the provocation has been going on for a while, and highlighted what he called “Umno’s lack of will in taking action” in past incidents, such as the 2009 cow-head protest and derogatory remarks by Umno leaders equating Indians to beggars and Chinese women to prostitutes.


These treat from Perkasa the malaysian people know its been tainted by UMNO.If any kind of riots happen the whole world will condem Malaysian government and not Perkasa.Dont make this country another LIbya.The KDN minister must act now to arrest the katak under ISA or this will happen to be acitizen arrest................beware KATAK watch your back.

That show the BN govt has 2 set of law. 1 set of law was use against opposition and poor people. another set of law is to favor BN, UMNO and katak Ibrahim.

19 June 2011

Bersih chief welcomes Umno Youth march on July 9

Election watchdog chief Datuk Ambiga Sreenevasan applauded today Khairy Jamaluddin’s vow to carry on with the Umno Youth march to rival the Bersih rally next month as a sign of Malaysia’s flourishing democracy.

“It’s very refreshing to read the comment of Khairy Jamaluddin who realises the right to assemble under the Federal Constitution,” the Bersih 2.0 chairman told The Malaysian Insider.

Ambiga, a lawyer, said she fully supported Khairy’s stand despite their different views.

The former Malaysian Bar president stressed it was because Khairy was standing up for the “right to assemble peaceably and without arms and that’s the same right we are exercising,” she told

Khairy, who was elected Umno Youth chief replacing Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Hussein, thumbed his nose yesterday at his predecessor even as the home minister warned the police will act against the illegal gathering.

He said that his predecessor “can warn us all he wants” but “Pemuda will continue come what may.”

“My Pemuda and I are ready to face whatever consequences. This is a new Malaysia. We have a right to assembly guaranteed by the constitution. Umno Youth will be marching on 9 July. And that’s that,” Khairy said.

The Rembau MP also said his youth wing’s march on July 9 is to “strengthen the democratic system”, and rival electoral reform group Bersih 2.0’s rally on the same day


Rally or no rally, bersih or kotor, pemuda or pe tua...just vote the present governmnet out. It s tiime up for them we want a change

There are still many conservative thinking Malaysian scared to change, we cannot live like this anymore. We need to change the government. BN has done enough damage to the country.

Its getting more Interesting now that we have the 3 groups going for the PEACEFUL march. Khairi group should stand along with the Bersih group, that would be hurtful to Perkosa to feel.

Khairy UMNO had abandoned you by insulting you by not giving you any ministerial post !!!Even Mukhriz Mahathir who lost in UMNO election is given a duputy minister post !? Turn against your evil political master UMNO !! Help BERSIH to clean up corrupt SPR and Malaysia for good!!! Malaysians will salute and praise you in Malaysia history !!!!

TPM bandits talk nonsense....!!!

muhyiddin says opposition using Bersih rally to topple BN

The opposition is hiding behind the planned Bersih 2.0 rally with a plot to topple the ruling Barisan Nasional (BN) government, Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin said today.

The Umno deputy president (picture) said the opposition’s agenda was to create a momentum among the people to hate the government by raising various issues beyond the call for clean and fair elections.

“They are trying to use street demonstrations against the government to achieve their road to Putrajaya,’’ Muhyiddin told reporters after opening the annual meeting of Beaufort Umno.

The Bersih 2.0 electoral watchdog group has called for a rally in Kuala Lumpur on July 9 to demand the Election Commission (EC) clean the electoral roll, reform postal vote, use indelible ink, free and fair access to media and have a minimum 21 days campaign period.

The group which comprises opposition parties, non-governmental organisations and activists are also asking the government to strengthen public institutions, stop corruption and dirty politics.

But Muhyiddin pointed out that if the elections had not been free and fair, how could the opposition win so many parliamentary seats and four state governments in 2008.

“If it is not free and fair, how could they make electoral gains. If they win they keep quiet and if they lose they claim unfairness, why the double standards. I think their motive is a short cut to Putrajaya,” he said.

The three parties that later formed Pakatan Rakyat (PR) – PKR, DAP and PAS – won 82 federal seats and four more states in Election 2008 which saw BN losing its customary two-thirds parliamentary majority for the first time ever since becoming a coalition in 1974. That victory came after the first Bersih rally in 2007.

Umno and Malay rights group Perkasa have denounced the rally, saying it would lead to chaos, have an impact on tourism and is a threat to national security. Several police reports have also been lodged against the rally.

Umno Youth has also announced it will hold its own rally against the Bersih rally, joining Perkasa which was the first group to counter the rally.

The police have said it will not issue permits for any rally on that day and will mount operations to prevent gatherings in the city.


if that is so, what about perkasa and your youth wing? You really are a stupid head without brains. Bloody nonsense yet a dpm, without any substance.

The Rakkyat who support the BERSIH a lot of them are highly educated , talented professional even have better education background than opposition politicians.

Do you think the opposition can control those talented and highly educated people ?

Wake up . The BN is facing mature , talented Rakyat . If the Rakyat really want PR to replace BN then everyone has to accept it .

Why never regret what BN has done on the Rakyat , why want blame to the whole world except you BN yourselve .

Before you denounce Bersih, can you let me know why didnt you allow Ambiga to enter Sarawak...ask yourself this question first..before opening your big mouth.. Can you give the rakyat a reasonable answer?

Muhyiddin, it's not Bersih who is going to topple the Government, it's the people of Malaysia of all races who intended to in the coming GE13.. If the BN government is free and fair in 2008, you would not be sitting in Putrajaya as DPM and giving us this craps.

UMNO porn star too, supports a snatch theft one malaysia

Soi Lek says Tourism Facebook pages incur more cost than personal ones

The Facebook pages operated by the Tourism Ministry are “complicated” and cost more to run than similar personal pages on the world’s most popular social networking site, Datuk Seri Dr Chua Soi Lek said tonight

The MCA president waded into the controversy surrounding the RM1.8 million paid for six Facebook pages by the ministry helmed by party vice president Datuk Seri Dr Ng Yen Yen, saying it might cost nothing to start such pages but maintenance had costs.

He added that it was difficult to put a dollar figure to the creativity of the IT consultants used, which he suggested was the largest variable in the bill.

“That creativity, I don’t know how much they will charge,” he told reporters after attending a fundraising dinner at SMJK Chong Hwa here.

“It’s something that you cannot measure, not like the server and the software. That one you can quantify the amount.”

Dr Chua pointed out that the high-value of creativity was the reason 23-year-old Facebook creator Mark Zuckerberg was named youngest billionaire by Forbes in 2008.

He, nonetheless, said he will request from Ng the minutes of yesterday’s Cabinet meeting, which was convened to seek clarification from her on the RM1.8 million outlay.

The Malaysian Insider, quoting sources, reported yesterday that Ng had been told not to waste time by her fellow ministers after it became clear she had no intention of providing a breakdown of the costs.

The debacle over the Tourism Ministry’s Facebook expenses began on Tuesday when Ng’s deputy, James Dawos Mamit, revealed in Parliament that RM1,758,432 had been spent developing six Facebook pages for the ministry.

He had said each of the six pages — Cuti-Cuti 1Malaysia, Citrawarna 1Malaysia, Karnival Jualan Mega 1Malaysia, Festival Pelancongan Seni Kontemporari 1Malaysia, Kempen 1Malaysia Bersih and Fabulous Food 1Malaysia — cost RM293,072.

The announcement drew condemnation from the online community, sparking a spontaneous campaign that same evening which invited thousands to condemn Ng’s exorbitant spending.

Her ministry first entered the spotlight late last year when it was revealed in Parliament that Ng had spent more for her official trips abroad despite slashing the tourism promotional budget.

Ng again came under fire after Tourism Malaysia’s former advertising agency alleged that the ministry had asked for bribes in exchange for a promotion contract.


another idiot talking from his back ... just like the earlier idiot who blamed the hacking of websites to Bersih! Why not claim the facebook pages to be rm18mil instead of rm1.8mil if such superb creativity is involved? You see... the politicians in countries like Japanese bows, apologize and quit when they made a mistake or gets caught... but our darn politicians will blame others (opposition) and tries to wriggle out even when caught with their pants down (pun intended), and in return, tried to screw the rakyat for pointing out their mistakes. WTF!!! People, pls get these retards out in GE13!

The politicians also should have blamed that the consultants conned them than trying to justify Facebook cost a lot of money to setup. Either corp or personal, we all know it cost close to zero to setup and maintain. That makes Facebook so widely used. Because it is FREE. FB earned from advertisement just like Google. Hope politicians do some homework before commenting. Or makes themselves look like fools and outdated.

if you want to justify that it costs rm1.8mil to implement, fine. any sane person would realise that its not a worthy investment. just scrap the plan. as simple as that. we cannot afford it.

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