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14 December 2012

Altantuya murderers stab from behind ... DPM the suspected mastermind to sabotage najib...Deepak says has sought Altantuya’s ‘forgiveness’

Carpet dealer Deepak Jaikishan has gone to seek “forgiveness” from murdered interpreter Altantuyaa Shaariibuu for his role in putting out a controversial second sworn statement from private investigator P. Balasubramaniam in July 2008.

The businessman, who is suing Selangor Wanita Umno chief Senator Datuk Raja Ropiaah Abdullah over a land deal, also said he is publishing two books on his life and business.

“I went to a Buddhist temple to seek forgiveness from Altantuya,” he told  saying his role in the matter was, “the biggest mistake of my entire life”.

He also disclosed his plans to reveal more details in the books, which will be privately circulated.

“I am writing two books. The first is very short, 26 pages, and coming out on Monday,” the 40-year-old bachelor told 

Deepak said the second book will be “a bit more elaborate” and launched in January.

Balasubramaniam’s second statutory declaration (SD) came a day after his first about Altantuya’s murder in 2006, for which two elite police commandos have been convicted and are facing death sentences.

Deepak hit the headlines when blogger Raja Petra Kamarudin exposed his role in facilitating the private detective’s second SD to repudiate the first statement.

The businessman is now in the news for suing Raja Ropiaah’s Awan Megah (M) Sdn Bhd for criminal breach of trust in the sale of 223.33 acres of land in Bukit Raja. Hearing for the case resumes tomorrow.

Deepak had named Awan Megah together with the Ministry of Defence, government land unit Syarikat Tanah Dan Harta Sdn Bhd and Cebur Megah Development Sdn Bhd in his lawsuit for allegedly cheating him out of millions in a land deal.

But the trial judge had already struck off the government, Ministry of Defence and Cebur Megah from the lawsuit and her judgment has been upheld by the Court of Appeal earlier.

Deepak’s Astacanggih Sdn Bhd had agreed to buy three parcels of land in 2007 for RM13 million and a RM72 million bank guarantee for a land bond from Raja Ropiaah, who was awarded a RM100 million privatisation deal for the development of the defence research centre called Pusat Pengajian Pertahanan Nasional (PUSPAHANAS).

The land was supposed to be placed in a special purpose company called Cebur Megah as government rules do not allow land in privatised projects to be sold by the winning party. The land is still in government hands as the defence project has yet to take off.

The Selangor Wanita Umno chief had allegedly sold one parcel for RM2 million in cash and a RM16 million overdraft facility in a “joint venture” with Guppyunip Sdn Bhd, a company specialising in plasticware, prompting the carpet dealer to put a caveat on the land in Bukit Raja and lodge a police report last July.





This is getting interesting. How come the FLOM and her homr (husband) is keeping so quiet?

Because they are guilty ! Alternatively can always swear their innocence in the mosques.

First he slept with the devils and received many lucrative goodies and he shows no regrets about it. Devils were happy, he was happy too. Every one is happy.

Now the devil turned around and gave a big bite on his ass, he is now regretting sleeping with the devils.

Mr Deepak, you deserve all you get. Don’t expect sympathy from us. You can bare all, but all we can do is to enjoy the shows.

Deepak is very daring to expose the PM openly. I wonder has anyone from UMNO has given him any moral support, secretly, hint, hint like the Deputy PM….. Who is going to gain most out of this saga, I wonder?

I want UN to step in and investigate why was Altantuya murdered. The 2 policeman have no reason to kill her.

The fight between Deepak and Ropiaah is in fact a proxy war. These twos are just crony and foot soldier. If this is a proxy war, there must be a supporters and bigger warlords behind the scene. Whoever these warlords are, there are very powerful figures in the UMNO. These warlords are not interested in land deals, their objective is to control UMNO and ultimately the Government. You can say UMNO is now fighting internally.

The scenario is quite simple. Some powerful guy did something very ugly. This carpet guy get to know it & been blackmailing the power guy, The blackmailing keep coming till that power guy cannot 'tahan' so he decided to put a stop to it (by kicking carpet guy out of their cronies club). Then this carpet guy assumed the cronies already rob him of his 'hak' as the cronies club member. Then he 'mengamuk' & start shouting to let the whole world know what really happened. For he is not afraid coz he feel he is just telling the plain little twisted TRUTH.

Let see if Deepak dares sign a Statutory Declaration (SD) on his allegation basing on the facts & figures of upcoming booklet on our fat C4 mama........... With the SD....there's a police and MACC grounds for investigation.

I am not surprise that more Deepaks will surface very soon. When the truth is out Altanntuyaa can can only rest in peace.

do not talk only .... if not right ... summons to those who spread false news....Nasir refutes claim that 40,000 birth certificates issued to children of illegals

Minister in the Chief Minister’s Department Datuk Nasir Sakaran has refuted the claim by a Sabah opposition leader that the National Registration Department (NRD) had issued about 40,000 birth certificates to the children of illegal immigrants in Semporna on the state’s east coast.

The birth certificates were alleged to have been issued during a (birth registration) mobile operation by the NRD in the area.

Nasir said the allegation was not true and aimed only at poisoning the people’s minds against the ruling government and to gain support for the opposition in the coming general election.

“The allegaton is not true as the 40,000 birth certificates were the estimated number issued by the NRD to locals in the whole state.

“During the mobile registration exercise in the east coast area five months or more ago, only 1,000 birth certificates were issued and these were for locals,” he told reporters after the closing of the state-level National Language Month 2012, here, today.

On Dec 8, chairman of the Sabah Reform Alliance Datuk Seri Lajim Ukin was quoted as claiming that about 40,000 birth certificates were issued to the children of illegals in Semporna in the past and called on the relevant authorities to tackle the issue.

Nasir, who is also the minister in charge of foreign immigrant affairs in Sabah, hoped that with his (Nasir’s) explanation, the issue would no longer be politicised “as though the government is not careful in the process of documentation”.

“If we want to state something, let it be based on facts. Don’t simply make assumptions or accusations.

“Don’t create issues to cause public confusion. If we bring up issues, let it be constructive and give hope to the people,” he said.

On the issuing of red identity cards in Sabah, Nasir said this country had laws that must be obeyed before citizenship could be granted to a red identity card holder.

“The government does not simply give (citizenship). There are procedures to be followed and implemented according to the law.”

Asked whether the Sabah government was prepared to give its views during the public hearing conducted by the Royal Commission of Inquiry (RCI) into the issue of illegals in Sabah, expected to begin in January, Nasir said the state government was willing to cooperate in resolving the issue for the good of all.

cronies project robbed in broad daylight....Auction, not gift 4G spectrum to Syed Mokhtar

The Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) should not to play the industry’s “God” by selecting which companies’ pockets to fatten with arbitrary awards.

We  insisted  that the regulator should have auctioned off the Long-Term Evolution (4G-LTE) broadband spectrum instead of awarding a comparatively large block to logistics tycoon Tan Sri Syed Mokhtar Al-Bukhary.

We  scoffed at MCMC chairman Datuk Mohd Sharil Tarmizi’s claim that the award of 40MHz to Syed Mokhtar’s Puncak Semangat was to “introduce additional competition”, saying his explanation defied logic as the eight existing players in the industry was adequate to offer a surfeit of consumer choice.

By international standards, eight players are more than sufficient to generate a highly competitive environment.Most other developed nations have far fewer than eight players in the industry, and yet remain highly competitive and innovative..

If Sharil’s statement meant that these other eight players have not already been in competition to provide innovation, and the MCMC should then be held responsible for allowing the firms to collude if this was the case.

Under the Malaysia Communications and Multimedia Act, the MCMC is the authority to promote competition and bar collusion between telecommunication players..

According to The Edge on Tuesday, Shahril defended the MCMC’s award of the largest share of the high speed 4G-LTE broadband spectrum to Puncak Semangat, which  its “zero track record” in the field.

We wanted to introduce additional competition,” Shahril was quoted in the report. “Look at the market now, if we left those eight players on their own, where would the solutions, applications and innovation be?”

The MCMC had announced last week that eight firms would be allowed access to the 2.6 GHz spectrum band that would enable them to provide 4G-LTE services with speeds in excess of 100Mbps.

Celcom Axiata Bhd, DiGi Telecommunications Sdn Bhd, Maxis Broadband Sdn Bhd, Packet One Networks (M) Sdn Bhd, REDtone Marketing Sdn Bhd, U Mobile Sdn Bhd and YTL Communications Sdn Bhd were each awarded 20MHz, while Puncak Semangat ― a new player ― was given 40MHz.

While we are all for competition in the industry, the manner in which the licence and quota is awarded must be questioned..

In the past, some of the companies awarded the 3G and WIMAX licences by the MCMC had failed miserably, lending weight to his assertion that the regulator could not play “God” by assuming which firm would succeed.

MCMC’s role was to facilitate competition, prevent monopolistic practices and ensure quality service, adding that this could have been upheld if the regulator had opted to auction off the 4G spectrum.

MCMC’s decision against an auction for the bandwidth is contrary to international best practices where both developed and developing countries have raised valuable income for the government while promoting a highly competitive telecommunications industry.

UK, Germany, Sweden and even Thailand have held auctions, raising (the equivalent of) billions of ringgit in proceeds, while Singapore, Taiwan and Brazil are planning their auctions for next year..

Sharil, when defending MCMC’s decision against holding an auction, had said that an auction was best only when the spectrum is convenient and quality of the spectrum is not a problem.

But this nonsensical, pointing out that any committed firm that believes in its own ability to trump the competition would be more than willing to participate in an auction for the spectrum.

If  the company fail, the MCMC would still have the power to withdraw its award while keeping the proceeds of the auction.

Hence under such circumstances, there is even greater incentive for the players to compete and innovate to ensure a successful business. This will at the same time benefit consumers..

We reminded MCMC to adhere to Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak’s own slogan that the “era of government knows best is over”, then the market should be allowed to play its part in determining the winner in an auction.

Otherwise, it becomes clear that MCMC is over-extending its regulatory role to play ‘god’ of the industry by deciding which company’s profit to fatten, and ignoring the interest of the millions of telecommunication users in Malaysia..






it is worth billions of ringgit in years down the road, laughing to the bank after a big bank robbery! PR should file a case against MCMC

In Bolehland, even if you are an Arab descendent but call yourself a Malay Muslim by practicing the faith superficially and profess to fight for the myth of protecting the Malays, you will be enriched by BN. 1Malaysia is the same as Sapu Malaysia.

For decades, we have seen all the contracts being awarded to this one person. Contracts should be awarded based on merit and I think it's appropriate to award contracts to multiple people i.e. say 5-6 companies to promote competition but, the government can decide to say award something like additional 1-2 more to smaller and lesser known companies who have made their mark and done well. But, never never never just award contract to someone just because you know his name but, he do not have any track record at all in managing or running it

Puncak Semangat, Packet One, Redtone and U-Mobile will just rent or sell their spectrum to Celcom, Maxis and Digi for buta money. This rent-seeking culture must stop. MCMC must put a clause that those spectrum cannot be rent or sold to others.

This is not the first time Syed Mokhtar got something for nothing.

Syed Mokhtar got important Malaysian seaports such as Port of Tanjung Pelepas, for ridiculously cheap.

When Tenaga Nasional wanted to sell of their power generating plant - Syed Mokhtar got it despite sent in the second lowest bid.

Now this 4G thing.

The corruption case in between Syed Mokhtar and BN is so darn obvious one has to wonder what is the use of MACC in the first place.

09 December 2012

Using Bank Negara to trace foreign funds for own political gain....this is totally abuse power .....Awang Adek: Bank Negara can trace foreign funds to sabotage Umno and BN

Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM) can trace foreign funds channeled via non-governmental organisations (NGOs) to finance opposition efforts to sabotage Umno and Barisan Nasional (BN) in the next general election.

“We will tell the people so that they can pass judgment,” said Deputy Finance Minister Datuk Dr Awang Adek Hussin (picture) said after meeting 100 young ulama at Bachok Umno division office here today.

Perkasa information chief Ruslan Kassim claimed that the opposition had created a special fund to finance Umno and BN members to sabotage the party in the general election.

Awang Adek who is also deputy chairman of Kelantan Umno liaison said the country would come under foreign influence if the opposition was given the mandate.

He said if foreign funds threaten security or violate the country’s laws, action could be taken under the Anti-Money Laundering and Anti-Terrorism Financing Act 2001. — Bernama






Awang Adek has just confirmed that BNM is the main defensive tool for BN !! Hi, all staff of BNM, you must be ashamed on this statement, won't you ?? !!

And if PR wins the professionals in Bank Negara better prepare to go to jail for letting UMNO and BN and their cronies running wild and ignoring all rules and laws.

SUARAM has confirmed receiving foreign fund and one of their work is getting to the bottom of the Scorpene scandal; does getting to the truth classify as sabotaging UMNO and BN?

Huh? I thought "political donations" are OK?

RM40m Michael Chia carrying from Hong Kong for MUsa Aman / Sabah UMNO was not a problem, was it?

Why are foreign funds allegedly channeled foreign funds channeled via NGOs to "finance opposition efforts" labelled as "to sabotage" BN /UMNO?

Awang Adek, why don't you set a good precedent by establishing whether or not the RM40 million purported political donation to UMNO Sabah, is to be used to sabotage PR in Sabah ? If you do that, the credibility profile of UMNO/BN will be raised immeasurably.

TRACE the RM 40 million FIRST lah!! You CLOWN!! That's really MONEY LAUNDERING!!

If NOT CORRUPTION then ITS THEFT!......MACC’s review call on Musa Aman’s RM40m proves graft claims with basis


PKR’s graft allegations against Datuk Seri Musa Aman has been justified by the recent recommendation from national graftbusters urging the Attorney-General (A-G) to review his decision to close the RM40 million donation case on the Sabah chief minister, Rafizi Ramli has said.

The opposition politician who is carving a name in laying open government scandals called out Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak and A-G Tan Sri Abdul Gani Patail to prove their commitment to fighting corruption by reopening the file and pressing charges against Musa (picture) and his alleged money man, Sabah timber trader Michael Chia.

“It is a signal to Najib and Gani to not delay this case,” the PKR strategy director said in response to news reports the the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission’s (MACC) Operations Review Panel had advised the public prosecutor to review his previous decision to close the file on Musa and Chia over a dubious RM40 million donation to Sabah Umno.

The RM40 million donation — which several Umno delegates had recently described as a pittance compared to the millions the party dishes out during elections — is a case that is shining the spotlight on the purported money politics that has been used to keep the Barisan Nasional (BN) coalition in power for the last half a century.

“The Operations Review Panel of the MACC had written to the attorney-general to review his decision,” senior deputy director of the investigation division Han Chee Rull said was reported by news portal Malaysiakini to have told a public forum at the Malaysian Bar headquarters here yesterday.

The panel is one of five set up to oversee the anti-graft body’s investigations and prosecution cases.

The MACC’s statement proved they have sufficient evidence to prosecute Chia and Musa, Rafizi told 

“This proves they already have the evidence, only now the obstacle is the A-G himself who refuses to present charges against the two individuals,” he said.

“In fact, I also got to know there are internal sources who say there is interference from the top,” he added.

Rafizi, who has mounted a campaign against Musa ahead of general elections due soon, warned Najib to be transparent in this issue, saying that it would give a negative impact to the ruling Barisan Nasional (BN) and its main party, Umno, at the polls.

“It will give a bad implication to the government’s image especially Umno.

“Furthermore, if this case is reopened in Hong Kong, it will worsen his administration’s image,” said Rafizi who is scheduled to fly back there this week to meet with the to island nation’s Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) that had initiated a probe on Musa and Chia over money laundering links.

Rafizi has been lobbying the ICAC to re-open its probe on RM40 million linked to Musa, alleging a possible conspiracy by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) and the Barisan Nasional federal government here to shelve the matter for fear of an electoral backlash.

Rafizi and three other PKR lawmakers lodged a report with the ICAC last month listing three reasons to encourage the agency to reopen the probe against Musa and Chia — separate claims from two Sabah MPs that the RM40 million from Chia was an inducement for corrupt gains and not a political donation to Umno as previously claimed, and the receipt of a luxury vehicle from Chia by Umno minister Datuk Seri Mohamed Nazri Aziz, possibly for corrupt reasons.

Musa’s alleged link with Chia first exploded in the media following an April article by whistleblower site Sarawak Report, which had claimed that latter was caught trying to leave the Hong Kong International Airport with the RM40 million in Singapore currency.

At the time, Chia had allegedly told the authorities that the money was meant for Musa, kicking off a probe on the series of fund transfers from Malaysia to Hong Kong that was then believed to be the possible laundering of monies generated from illegal logging activities in Sabah.

The issue hit the headlines again last month when Nazri told Parliament that Musa had been cleared of corruption in the matter after Malaysian and Hong Kong anti-graft authorities found that the money was a “political donation” to Sabah Umno and was not meant for Musa’s personal use.

But in the ensuing debates on the issue, Pakatan Rakyat (PR) lawmakers chided Nazri for declaring Musa innocent without providing proof that the ICAC had cleared the chief minister of its own accord.

According to Nazri, the ICAC had closed the case after the MACC discovered in its probe that the money in Chia’s possession was meant for Sabah Umno and not Musa.

After Nazri’s denial, Rafizi held a press conference in Parliament revealing what he said was photographic proof that Nazri had allegedly received kickbacks from Chia to clear his name, in the form of a RM459,000 Hummer given to his son.






Remember a senior leader from Umno declaring that it is acceptable to receive the RM40,000,000 because the rakyat loves Umno.

Picture this and you can find this extremely advantages when you are caught by the police for speeding

Driver. Selamat pagi, Tuan.
Cop Selamat pagi Encik.
Driver. Tuan, Saya mengaku saya salah
Cop Speeding sangat berbahaya.
Driver Saya derrma RM 40.00 kepada you sebab I cinta polis.
Cop Terima Kasih. Polis pun kekasih rakyat.
OK Jalan...........lain kali tolong pandu selamat
Driver Thank You. Malaysia boleh

WONDER how many MORE RM40 millions that came through the border undetected?? UMNO must have stolen from the Rakyat and PARKED them overseas!! If NOT MONEY LAUNDERING then ITS THEFT!!

and we must remmeber like the case a past case.... Don't be fooled by MACC. Their action is purely sandiwara. This case is a NFA. No doubt whatsoever

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