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Monday, 31 January 2011
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Thursday, 27 January 2011
Presently it is an issue that is being abused beyond recognition, mostly by those without first hand information.
Saturday, 22 January 2011
If we listen to Zulkifli's revelation in the above video recording carefully, the delicate evil plan was not only to demonise Najib and his wife but was also aimed at systematically demolishing all vital institutions that formed the pillar of the administration.
The credibility of these institutions are to be crushed to de-stabilise the Government and its leadership.
The targets were the Malay Rulers, the Royal Malaysian Police, the Judiciary, the Attorney General's Chambers, the Malaysian Anti Corruption Commission and individuals leading these institutions.
Zulkifli says it loud and clear that the pattern or game plan of the concerted evil acts were similar to those which resulted in the deadly May 13, 1969 racial clashes.
The question now is has any of these subversive acts been put to rest or are the culprits still moving with their ill-conceived agenda to ruin this nation?
It seems that the attacks on the vital institutions and personalities have not subsided although some institutions have had a change of leaders.
Some recent newspaper reports and blog posts have been rather disturbing, particularly that which questioned the credibility and allegiance of those purportedly serving the best interest of this nation and her people.
I hope that the relevant authorities, if need be the Prime Minister himself, take a closer look at these reports as the last thing we want at this point of time is to have parasites and subversive elements within our vital institutions.
An enemy within is the last thing we need, now and forever.
p/s Watch the video above again and THINK!
Monday, 17 January 2011
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Sunday, 9 January 2011
By SHAMSUL AKMAR:
The taming of the Tiger of Jelutong
IT is widely accepted that Blake had immortalised tigers while Kipling demonised Lunghri, the lame tiger, in the Jungle Book.
No doubt, every accused person deserves a defence counsel of his choice. But, surely, if the counsel had publicly accused his client of a certain crime and then go to court to defend him of the said crime, the counsel would have to first make a public announcement that his earlier accusations were baseless.
Tuesday, 4 January 2011
Published: Tuesday January 4, 2011 MYT 6:16:00 PM
Updated: Tuesday January 4, 2011 MYT 6:57:57 PM
Khusrin's appointment: Palace hits out at S'gor leaders over misleading and inaccurate statements
Updated circa 2145hrs
We have a situation at hand where the Kurang Ajar Menteri Besar of a state government and some of his fellow elected representative's kurang ajar-ness, has angered the Supreme Ruler of the State of Selangor.
Treachery is by no means a small matter and its is exactly what, among other kurang ajar-ness, which the Sultanate of Selangor has decried in a not so subtle statement earlier today. ( Full text below)
In the meantime umpteen police reports have been lodged against the very same 'treacherousness' of this new movement led by the Menteri Besar.
Many believe that Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim is merely a puppet in the game of certain puppeteers but that is another front all together.
This is the first time in recent history that such a strong statement is made by the Sultan of a state against his No:1 servant.
Guess that calls for definite and urgent investigations by the concerned authorities and institutions to ensure respect for the Malay Rulers are not eroded.
This is not a constitutional crisis as some may want to paint it. This is about simple plain acts of gross disrespect for the Royal Institution. Its treachery of the highest order.
How else could you describe the acts of a Menteri Besar who dare twist and turn the words of the SULTAN whom he had just met and consulted half an hour earlier?
Blogger BigDog says it again (he said it earlier yesterday).
Well, I guess the police for a start might want to study the reports and detain those named by the Selangor Sultanate for a quick investigation.
House arrest would do for some.
Being a straightforward case, I'm sure the learned Attorney General would be able to frame appropriate charges in a matter of weeks.
CHARGE them and put a stop to such acts of Treachery or risk greater provocation in future.
p/s Please put the fire out!
Full Text of the Selangor Palace' statement.
Monday, 3 January 2011
|WikiLeaks Finds Another Malaysian Scandal|
|Written by Our Correspondent|
|MONDAY, 03 JANUARY 2011|
Prominent UMNO stalwart allegedly raped his housemaid in 2007 but wasn't investigated
The latest round of WikiLeaks cables to embarrass Malaysia alleges that a "VVIP" later identified as Rais Yatim, the Information, Communications, and Culture Minister, raped his Indonesian maid in 2007, but got away with it because then-Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi apparently didn't want an embarrassing confrontation with the Indonesian government.
The 68-year-old Rais at the time was law minister in Badawi's cabinet. He has been a stalwart in United Malays National Party politics since at least 1978. Although the rape charges were passed to Badawi's office in 2007 and were well known to top government officials, it appears they were never investigated. Certainly, the charges didn't stop Badawi from naming him foreign affairs minister in 2008, nor did they stop Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak from naming him information minister in 2009.
However, on July 27of 2007, Rais did abruptly pull out of the running to become Commonwealth Secretary-General after the end of the previous secretary's reign in March 2008. He cited the conflict of his duties serving on the committee planning the celebration of the 50th anniversary of Malaysia's freedom from British colonialism. The complaint making the rounds appears to have been filed on July 23.
The lack of investigation of the case also prevents Rais from protesting his innocence. At this stage, lack of evidence would probably make the case almost impossible to prosecute, since it would end up with just the maid's word against Rais's.
Malaysia's blogosphere has caught fire over the allegations although Rais wasn't named as the alleged rapist until this weekend. A three-page Indonesian police report giving details of the maid's service in his home – with his name blanked out – has been making the rounds of the Internet since the middle of December.
It's sickening to read Asia Sentinel's scandalous report on Datuk Seri Rais Yatim's alleged crime. Asia Sentinel's credibility is questionable and they have this cunning (also burning) desire to paint us black, but why are we putting ourselves in such a situation.
Datuk Seri Rais Yatim is no ordinary man, he is a senior Minister in the Government of the day and holds a very important portfolio. The crime allegations against him are not petty either, its about a heinous act of rape.
God knows if the Minister is innocent or guilty but in the meantime could we have some clarity or rather clarification or explanation or denial or ...?
By virtue of being the Minister of Information, Communications & Culture, I'm sure Datuk Seri Rais Yatim knows how to come clean ... if he wishes to.
Certainly this issue is not going to be sidelined by "Pitting bloggers against one another".
Asia Sentinel's HALF-TRUTHS.
Where is the TRUTH, Sir?
p/s Minister, maybe you could start by sacking the dumb advisor or advisors..
p/s2 Asia Sentinel is so dumb to report that this issue was leaked by Wikileaks.
Sunday, 2 January 2011
The most refreshing news so far in 2011 is about Khairy Jamaluddin's decision to quit politics and "go back to school".
Theories are abound as to why the 'powerful" Son-In-Law of the fifth Prime Minister wants to get out of the ring. Some on the other hand think this is yet another political drama of Malaysia.
If its indeed true could the rookie first term Rembau MP be swimming along with the born-again liberals soon, the likes of RPK or Zaid Ibrahiim and some of their lawyer boys?
Well, with all honesty I hope Khairy has now truly realised the folly of his forceful parachuting into Umno and by extension national politics.
As cunning as politicians are, you can force or buy your way through but you can't stay there ... unless your are genuine.
Even the Prime Minister couldn't help you if the grassroots keep their distance.
With no real support from the ranks of Umno Youth and lack of grassroots support in Rembau, it was only a matter of time.
Chegubard's grassroots popularity has been haunting him too.
There is also talk that Khairy was sulking. ( Read Rocky's MERAJUK KER? )
But why is Khairy sulking, if he is? The recent appointment of Umno leaders at the state level could be a reason, the New Cabinet line-up could be another.
As I said earlier, theories are abound but at the moment I'm taking Khairy's "Going back to school' with a pinch of salt...a BIG pinch that is.
p/s Do they teach real politics in school? ( I know from personal experience that some ABIM-run kindergartens used to)