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31 May 2012

Law of the jungle by UMNOPORNO team....Anti-Taib radio anchor ‘abducted’ by unknown men


A radio presenter for Radio Free Sarawak, which has been heavily critical of Tan Sri Abdul Taib Mahmud's administration, was taken by three unidentified men after landing in Miri this morning.

According to a statement from the radio station, Peter John Jaban was flying in to Sarawak from Kota Kinabalu to celebrate the Gawai harvest festival with his family.

But his lawyer, Alan Ling, said he was completely in the dark as to who the men were or why they had detained him at about 10.45am this morning.

DAP parliamentary leader Lim Kit Siang said in a statement that Ling, who is a local DAP leader and Piasau assemblyman, had spoken to Miri police who said they "had no instruction and were not involved in Jaban's arrest or disappearance."

"On their way to town, three men in a Proton car stopped Teo and Jaban, and Jaban was taken away," the Ipoh Timor MP said, calling it an "abduction."

Radio Free Sarawak is run by former British prime minister Gordon Brown's sister-in-law Claire Rewcastle Brown, an activist who has accused the Barisan Nasional (BN) government in the state of destroying the state's natural resources for Abdul Taib's personal gain.

RFS and its related whistleblower website Sarawak Report had in the months leading up to last April's state election ramped up accusations of widespread corruption against the chief minister during his 30-year administration.

Although Abdul Taib's coalition won the election, opposition parties managed to double their representation in the 71-seat state assembly






If this anchor man doesn't come back safely to work for Radio Free Sarawak, it's very clear who did it.

What is heppening in Malaysia? Politicians can take matters into their own hands without the law? This is really becoming bad bad bad. All nonsense under the current BN rules and they think they are the king forever. The rakyat has got to stop this nonsense.

mad cow disease near election....MACC clears Shahrizat in NFC probe


The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) has cleared Wanita Umno chief Datuk Seri Shahrizat Abdul Jalil of any involvement in the RM250 million National Feedlot Centre (NFC) scandal.

MACC operations evaluation panel (PPO) chairman Tan Sri Dr Hadenan Abdul Jalil said today that investigations into Sharizat’s involvement in NFC were now closed.

“We have found she was not involved in the process of awarding the loan,” Hadenan told reporters at a press conference today.

“The decision to award the contract to the company and to award the loan does not involve her,” he added.

Shahrizat (picture), who is the wife of National Feedlot Corporation (NFCorp) chairman Datuk Seri Mohamad Salleh Ismail, had been linked to the scandal by PKR because of her husband’s position, and their three children’s directorships in the same firm.

The former women, family and community development minister had been questioned by the graft watchdog earlier in February after returning to her ministerial duties.

She had earlier taken three weeks’ leave to allow authorities to investigate claims of abuse of power against both her and her family.

Shahrizat stepped down as minister after her double-term as senator expired on April 8.

The RM250 million publicly-funded cattle-raising scheme was first coined a “mess” in an article in English daily The Star after it made it into the pages of the Auditor-General’s 2010 Report for failing to meet production targets.

The term was later repeated by other media organisations to describe NFCorp after PKR launched a series of exposés to show that the project’s funds had been allegedly abused.

The company’s assets were frozen after investigations were launched by the police and the national anti-graft body following the revelations.

Mohamed Salleh was charged with criminal breach of trust and violating the Companies Act in relation to RM49 million in federal funds given to NFCorp last March 12.

The 64-year-old was charged under the Penal Code relating to CBT for misappropriating RM9,758,140 from NFCorp’s funds to purchase two condominium units at the One Menerung complex in Bangsar for the National Meat and Livestock Corporation (NMLC) on December 1 and December 4, 2009.

He was also charged with transferring RM40 million of NFCorp’s funds to the NMLC between May 6 and November 16, 2009.

He was further charged in both cases for using the said funds without any approval from company’s annual general meeting, which is an offence the Companies Act.

If found guilty, he faces between two and 20 years’ imprisonment, whipping, and a fine for the offences under the Penal Code.

Mohamad Salleh also faces a five-year jail term or RM30,000 fine for the charges proffered under the Companies Act.

He pleaded not guilty to the CBT charge as well as two counts under the Companies Act in the scandal that has opened Datuk Seri Najib Razak and the Barisan Nasional (BN) government to damaging attacks ahead of elections that must be called by March next year.






This is fantastic news! Can we please have Shahrizat back to contest the Lembah Pantai seat. We have really missed her. I want to see her LOSE HER DEPOSIT!!

If she is innocent, on what ground did the Salleh family get the contract? Meritocracy? Experience? I can't think of a reason.

Even kids know that Shahrizat was not 'directly' involved in the awarding of the project to NFC. Surely, the project was awarded by the Agriculture Ministry; not Women and Family Development Ministry. We know the link. Stop fooling around

From legal perpective of course she will be cleared. From moral standpoint she is guilty. Her association as cabinet minister is the issue it gives her unfair advantage and conflict of interest. It's nepotism.

Does the verdict mean that any minister is allowed to get a gov contract as long as the contract is awarded to his/her family and he/she is not involved in the awarding? Practically ANY BN PM, DPM or minister qualifies for these criteria. This is a dangerous precedent!

This is the problem with the Govt. The authorities, like in this case MACC, will use all technicalities to absolve BN/UMNO wrongdoers of any crime. On the contrary MACC will apply all technicalities to find fault in opposition politician, eg Teoh Beng Bock. The many Bersih we had were not only meant for a free & fair election, they are also meant for a free & fair government, free & fair judiciary, free & fair MACC, free & fair police enforcement. So there is no one rule for BN/UMNO politicians & members, another for opposition politicians and another for the poor rakyat.

The result is a waste of time! MACC is under the Home Ministry's control, and the Home Minister and Women's minister are in the same party. The investigation is totally non-independent. Conclusion is, as long as MACC has its hands tied, the government will continue to get away scot free for embezzling the rakyat's hard-earned tax money. The frustrations continue!

30 May 2012

gabby king play movies ....No proof of who started rally ruckus said Nong Taik ( chik )


The presence of outsiders brought in by the opposition is believed to be among the causes of the commotion at a ceramah in Pantai Dalam, last Thursday.

Lembah Pantai Umno chief Datuk Raja Nong Chik Raja Zainal Abidin said an elderly man who was injured at the ceramah came from Selangor and was not a resident of Pantai Dalam.

“Umno and the opposition cannot prove who started the commotion, which resulted in the throwing of bottles and other objects, causing injury to someone.”

Raja Nong Chik said this at a press conference after attending a “relaxation” session between leaders and Lembah Pantai government pensioners organised by the Government Pensioners Club in Pantai Dalam, here, today.

He said PKR leaders blamed Umno Youth for triggering the ruckus at the rally held near the Pantai Permai Apartment, but Lembah Pantai Umno Youth disputed the allegation.






Amazing that UMNO needs more than video evidence to even contemplate the possibility that they are at fault, but Nong Chik can then accurately identify the main reason without even a single evidence .. and Bernama quoting him without asking more.

Would an innocent party come out with a statement that there was no proof as to who started the ruckus? Please stop the thuggery.

This joker is making me sick..he is agent promotes UMNO slogans by bribe cash,services..etc. to the poor folks..

This is the kind of people we have in BN and this is the kind we should kick out at the next GE!

29 May 2012

you think all the people like cows .... Johor people actually know their bad leaders behavior ...

Johor crown prince defends RM500K splurge on WWW 1 plate

Tunku Ismail took to Twitter to defend his father the Sultan of Johor.

Johor’s Tengku Mahkota Tunku Ismail Idris took to Twitter last night to defend his father’s RM520,000 purchase of the coveted WWW 1 vehicle number plate, saying the royal family has never used public money for personal spending.

“JOHOR Royal Family does Not take any Money from the Government. Since the time of Almarhum Sultan Ibrahim. Feel free to ask the MB or any Government officials.

“The Money allocated to My Father and I every month as a Sultan and Tunku Mahkota is put into Yayasan Iskandar and Yayasan Ibrahim. The purpose of these foundations (Yayasan Iskandar and Yayasan Ibrahim) is for the Rakyat and to assist the Johor State Government.

“I my self, since the time I was the Raja Muda, Never took 1 cent from the Government till this very Day. Its my Rakyat’s Money. So before You Open your mouth. Do your research,” the Johor crown prince posted on his Twitter account @HRHJohor2 in reply to criticism from the former Perak Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Mohammad Nizar Jamaluddin.

The royal family’s spending habits came under the spotlight after the Sultan of Johor, Sultan Ibrahim Ismail Sultan Iskandar, was revealed as the person who beat some 10,000 bidders, including the Yang di-Pertuan Agong, to win the tender yesterday.

The amount beat the record set by the number plate MCA 1 in 2010 for RM300,100.

Mohammad Nizar had tweeted yesterday that the Johor Sultan could have used the half a million ringgit instead to help the state’s poor Malays buy homes.

“RM520k bolih dibelanjakan membantu rakyat melayu Johor yg masih ramai miskin serta memerlukan bantuan utk kprluan hidup, bina 20 rumah PPRT!” (RM520,000 can be spent on poor Malays in Johor who need help to survive, and build 20 PPRT (Program Pembangunan Rakyat Termiskin) homes!” the PAS leader said last night on his account @mbnizar.

The Johor royal household is no stranger to controversy.

Earlier this month, four expatriates alleged they were assaulted by royal bodyguards while holidaying on the resort island of Rawa, off the southern state’s coast.

It was the second such reported assault in seven years.

In 2005, six men, said to be from the Johor royal family, were reported to have gatecrashed a Brazilian couple’s wedding on the same island and beat up the guests with golf clubs and sharp objects.

Bar Council to shun Hanif panel

The Bar Council will not participate in Putrajaya’s “Hanif panel” investigation on violence during Bersih 3.0, saying today it was pointless to do so when the Malaysian Human Rights Commission (Suhakam) is already conducting its own probe.

“We do not see the purpose to duplicate the process... we already said earlier that we would participate in Suhakam’s inquiry. There is no public purpose served by duplicating the enquiry process,” council vice-president Christopher Leong told ..

He said the council holds strong to its position that Tun Hanif Omar (picture) should be disqualified from the post of the panel’s chairman as the latter had already previously indicated his anti-Bersih views.

Leong stressed, however, that the council was not questioning Hanif’s integrity as it respects the former Inspector-General of Police’s contribution to the country.

“It is unfortunately about the perception of independence and public confidence in the panel,” he said.

Following the Bersih 3.0 rally on April 28, Hanif had alleged that communist sympathisers had participated in the event and agreed with Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak’s claim that the demonstration was an attempt to oust the present government.

Despite his views, Hanif was later appointed to lead Putrajaya’s six-man investigation panel on allegations of widespread police violence during the rally.

Leong also pointed out that the panel, unlike Suhakam which is a statutory body established by law, does not have legal standing and power to subpoena witnesses for its probe.

“Suhakam is the proper body to undertake the inquiry; it has the experience, statutory mandate and legal framework to do so. The Suhakam Act (Human Rights Commission of Malaysia Act 1999) provides for this,” he said in a short text message to The Malaysian Insider.

Leong, however, added that the council would be willing to meet privately with Hanif to discuss its position on the matter.

Hanif had said yesterday that he was willing to meet the Bar Council as well as Bersih leaders as part of the panel’s investigation, saying he wanted the inquiry team to be given a chance to carry out its duties without “suspicion” from any parties.

“With regards to concerns that there may be several parties like the Bar Council and Bersih who are unco-operative, I would like to state that the panel is only an alternative channel for those who want to co-operate willingly.

“I am prepared to meet the Bar Council or any other parties, including going to their office, for (everyone’s) mutual benefit,” Hanif had said in a statement.







Is anybody trust this guy to lead the team of investigation on violence during Bersih 3.0????....come on guys(BN) .....if you want to "Tipu" Rakyat, please think little bit la, ......We are not living in time of " Japan Rule "1940's anymore...everything you do is right.....Now everybody is SMART enough which one to believe..........Please use your Brain!!!!!!

Umno is so out of touch with the rakyat. They just can't seem to understand what the rakyat and nation need.Stop wasting the public fund, Umno.

Hanif should resign from the panel simply because whatever the findings may be, the people won't believe them. Hanif being the chairman has automatically render the panel not trustworthy, biased and without integrity. But Najib/UMNO is desperate to use Hanif and give credence to the UMNO/BN government in facing BERSIH. Najib is foolish to appoint Hanif. Tun Salleh Abas should be more appropriate. UMNO has already compensated Tun Salleh and admitted the mistakes in sacking him. Appointing Tun Salleh as chairman will vindicate him, show that Najib has really transformed and the opposition would be more than willing to accept the findings. It would be a win-win-win situation and ultimately be good for Malaysia.

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