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07 December 2013

Big joke from blind fools...Umno delegate defends Rosmah’s use of government jet


The use of a government jet by Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor for an official trip should not be questioned as it involved her security, said Federal Territory Umno delegate Affandi Zahari in his debate today.

"Rosmah's safety is paramount and if anything happened to her, it will only upset Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak.

"This involves the security of his wife. If anything happened to her, it will affect him emotionally," said Affandi.

The delegate then slammed the opposition for making such a big fuss over the issue.

In further defending Rosmah, he said the use of the jet was approved by the Cabinet and her visit to Qatar was an official trip.

"She was invited and it was an official trip. If she went on a holiday, even I will be unhappy," Affandi added.

Rosmah's use of the jet to attend the International Business Women Forum in Doha, Qatar, last month had drawn criticism from many quarters.

She was accompanied by Datuk Seri Shahrizat Abdul Jalil, who is special adviser to the prime minister on women entrepreneurs and professionals; Datin Seri Siti Rubiah Datuk Abdul Samad, wife of Foreign Affairs Minister Datuk Seri Anifah Aman; Datin Seri Khamarzan Ahmad Meah, wife of International Trade and Industry Minister Datuk Seri Mustapa Mohamed; and Datin Seri Che Kamariah Zakaria, wife of Second Education Minister Datuk Seri Idris Jusoh.

Affandi also defended the use of private jets by Najib and his deputy Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin, saying they were busy men.

"This is not to show off. It's all about saving time," he said.

He added that this was one of the perks given to the country's top leaders by the people.

Affandi also defended the high electricity bill incurred by Seri Perdana.

"We are talking about the official residence of a prime minister. It has to be beautiful and bright. Big house, big expenses. It cannot be in darkness," said Affandi.

Last month, Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Datuk Seri Shahidan Kassim had said that the utility bills for the prime minister’s official residence in Seri Perdana came to RM2.3 million last year.

He said RM2,237,788.13 was spent on electricity while RM311,174.25 was spent on water.

Shahidan also said that the electricity and water bills for the deputy prime minister’s official residence, Sri Satria, last year were RM865,458.56 and RM99,264.03 respectively.

Affandi also defended the increase in electricity tariff, saying that the public must look at it objectively.

He said the electricity hike will not affect the rakyat.

"Those who will be affected are the manufacturers. What we need to do is to make sure they do not pass the burden to the rakyat. We must have a mechanism to ensure that it will not happen," added Affandi






Affandi Zahari, you have become one super duper bodek ampu or apple polisher. What security does Rosmah need in a private jet? Who would dare to touch her anywhere she goes with her bodyguards around her? And why should Najib be upset should anything happen to her? He was not upset when she was not around during his tryst in Port Dickson. Isa Samad as Negri MB then will be able to give you all the details!

I suggest Rosmah to wear bullet proof vest and helmet, personal 24 hr security guards with CCTV all over here mansion? Don't worry if it makes here uncomfortable and sweaty, just tell her its for her own protection. Also, I suggest her to ride a military plane and don't her go shopping spree cause you never know mugger around the corner. How's that for safety,

MAS.... Najib is doubting your flight safety standards , thus he nor his wife will go on any of your flights. The rest of the country is not important and can take the risks flying MAS.

Meanwhile, Singapore's PM always flies SIA to official functions as he never had doubts on their national airline's safety.

Traveling with AirAsia is also not safe. Malaysians should all be using the govt jet

04 December 2013

city ​​hall become robbers of the people....KL residents want City Hall to show how money is being spent

bandits people

A group of lawyers will be taking Kuala Lumpur City Hall to court to compel it to open up its books and show the public how taxpayers' money had been spent in the past 10 years.

This is in relation to the local authority's move to raise assessment fees for all property owners in the city.

"Kuala Lumpur City Hall has stirred a hornet's nest by seeking to raise assessment fees, now they are being taken to court," said Chang Kim Loong, the National House Buyers Association honorary secretary.

"We also want City Hall to show their budgeted expenses for the next 10 years.

"If they are asking us to pay more, they should show us how they have been spending the money all this while."

Chang said the case will be through a declaratory order to be filed at the Kuala Lumpur High Court next month. City Hall, its advisory board and the mayor will be named as respondents.

Chang said that so far, they have 80 ratepayers that will be part of this public interest litigation, with the help of nine lawyers.

Before the end of this year, the legal team will also challenge the revision notices sent out to the 507,800 ratepayers in Kuala Lumpur with new valuation amounts when it comes into effect on the last day of the year.

Chang is also calling for more lawyers and forensic accountants to join the battle against City Hall, saying that with more legal help on the team, they could organise more groups of ratepayers in the legal challenge.

City Hall had started sending out notices to all property owners in Kuala Lumpur informing them of the proposed hike in the property valuation.

The notices, however, stated that if there are objections to the proposed hike, property owners must register their objections with City Hall before December 17.

The public had been outraged by what they complained was an exorbitant increase in assessment fees.

City Hall's defense was that it had not increased the fees in 21 years.

Local government legal expert Derek Fernandez had previously said that City Hall was not allowed to spend any money unless budgeted for.

As such, he added that it was essential that they open their budget to public scrutiny in order to justify the need for additional funds derived from rate revenue and how it is to be used to provide better services.

Fernandez had also said that failure to do this would make it difficult for the local authority to justify the need to increase rate revenue by revaluation of the annual rental to derive more assessment income.






any decent, honest government will be transparent. But this is UMNO we are talking about. What do you expect?

Show this dUMNO run City Hall a boot!

Auditor General, where are you ?
Yes. Take them to court. I too would like to know the details of their account on how they spend our money ... unless of course, that pompous Adnan decides to declare it as OSA. !

I will not be surprised if they say the ledgers and money have dropped down the toilet too. Typical BN response for everything, racist slurs and illogical answers, nothing new.

without go back to their " farmlands " to Milk the " Cows ....Umno will close shop

Datuk Seri Shahrizat Abdul Jalil warned party leaders today that if not for the support of the women's wing, Umno will close down.

The Wanita Umno chief made this statement when calling for more of the wing's members to be appointed to government-linked companies (GLCs).

Addressing Wanita Umno members at the wing's general assembly today, Shahrizat said many of the party's divisions and branches would have to close down due to insufficient membership if not for the participation of Wanita Umno members.

"Don't say there are no women from Wanita and BN who are qualified to sit in GLCs," she said.

Umno Youth, Wanita and Puteri wings convened their respective general assemblies today, ahead of the main general assembly tomorrow.

Saying women's attendance for party programmes at the branch and divisional levels was crucial, Shahrizat also did not spare the party's supreme council members.

"Let me tell the supreme council members. If not for the Wanita, don't think you could get all this. The support will be scattered.

"The victors are there thanks to your votes. If not for our support, don't be too hopeful," she said, greeted by loud cheers from the floor.

Shahrizat, who was the Women, Family and Community Development minister until she was forced to resign following the National Feedlot Corporation scandal involving her family, also called for the party to hold the Wanita wing in higher regard, saying the status of the wing should not be lowered to that of the Youth and Puteri wings.

"As the Wanita chief, I don't want to be competing with the Puteri. It's embarrassing to be always compared with Puteri.

"I love the Puteri, they are our children, we are not sharing husbands with them," she said, using the Malay word "madu".

"Listen to this, Puteri are our children, not our madu. We love them," she added







Moooo moooo booooo....

Yes UMNO will have to close shop, and go back to their " farmlands " to Milk the " Cows " ....While the Wives get to stay in Condos and Luxurious cars, and Cuti Cuti Senang Hati with their own kind..

Moooo....booooo ....

YES ....mother cows can Produce MILK and can pleased the male cow...........What can the Male cows do besides doing that thing..........??

UMNO won't close shop without you, but Malaysia will close shop if UMNO remains in power. Haven't you drained enough money from the people already?

Gani Patail national traitor ...Police reports lodged against Attorney General following Mat Zain’s allegations

Five opposition lawmakers piled more pressure on Attorney General Tan Sri Abdul Gani Patail (pic) after they lodged separate reports on his alleged misconduct which were contained in a statutory declaration affirmed by a retired police officer.

The five - Shamsul Iskandar @ Yusre Mohd Akin (PKR-Bukit Katil), Datuk Takiyudin Hassan (PAS-Kota Baru), Teo Kok Seong (DAP-Rasah), G. Manivannan (PKR-Kapar) and Steven Sim Chee Keong (DAP-Bukit Mertajam) want the police to investigate Abdul Gani after claims made by former Kuala Lumpur CID chief Datuk Mat Zain Ibrahim in a 31-page sworn statement.

"We demand that police conduct a full and independent investigation as the allegations raised by Mat Zain are serious and involve the country's interests," said Shamsul Iskandar after lodging the report at the Dang Wangi district police headquarters this evening.

In his statutory declaration, Mat Zain had claimed hundreds of millions of ringgit had changed hands and were deposited into a Hong Kong bank account over the Pulau Batu Puteh case, which the International Court of Justice ruled in favour of Singapore.

Mat Zain alleged that Abdul Gani had deliberately lost the case.

He had urged the authorities to investigate the reason how Malaysia lost its claim over Pulau Batu Puteh, saying it was a matter of sovereignty.

Mat Zain had claimed that Abdul Gani had fabricated evidence in the black eye case involving Opposition leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim in September 29, 2008.

Shamsul Iskandar said the police should investigate Abdul Gani under Section 192 of the Penal Code which touches on fabrication of evidence.

The five opposition lawmakers also charged that top lawyer Tan Sri Muhammad Shafee Abdullah, who was recently appointed by Putrajaya to lead the appeal against Anwar's acquittal over his sodomy charge, should be cited under Section 202 of the Penal Code for "intentionally failing to give information for an alleged offence".

Shafee, Mat Zain and former Commercial Crime Investigation Department director Datuk Ramli Yusuf met former prime minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad to allegedly discuss Abdul Gani's wrongdoings.

Home Minister Datuk Seri Ahmad Zahid Hamidi had previously said police were not investigating Mat Zain's SD because it is not a police report.

Ahmad Zahid had said the authorities would consider investigating the allegations if a police report was lodged on the issue.

On Monday, Mat Zain made public his SD when he sent it to several opposition lawmakers and news portals

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