Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Whither 1Malaysia?

Whither 1Malaysia?


Whither 1Malaysia?

Posted: 15 Dec 2009 03:24 PM PST

A lot have been said and written about this subject since Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak assumed premiership in April 2009. But in reality, 1 Malaysia is not something new. We are in fact 1 Malaysia since Merdeka, or perhaps way before that.

What has happened since then?

In principle, there is absolutely nothing wrong with the 1Malaysia concept. I believe only insane citizens would want disharmony among themselves. But here comes the famous problem. Malaysians always have problems with policy enforcement or implementations. Whether or not 1 Malaysia will succeed, the outcome can only be seen in the next 5 to 10 years, or maybe even 20 years.

According to renowned historian, Prof. Khoo Kay Kim, race relations in Malaysia have gotten worse since the 1960s. The interesting question is, when was the turning point? When did we go astray?

National unity (sounds more politically neutral than 1Malaysia) cannot and will not succeed without strong participation, sacrifice and commitment from the rakyat themselves. There has got to be a strong change of mindset.The change might take years or even a generation to come, but somebody has to have the strong political will to take the first step.

Now, what would be "the" ultimate step(s)? Obviously, there is no magic wand to solve this problem overnight. But everyone from political leaders, bureaucrats, opinion leaders, activist and concerned citizens should re-look at the idea of a Malaysian unity. Slogans, campaigns, rhetorics; all these are as good as meaningless without having any strong substance in them.

We used to be proud of our slogans like Malaysia Boleh, Malaysia Truly Asia and today, 1 Malaysia. We are proud of our multiculturalism; unity in diversity and so on. But take a minute and ask ourselves, what is the ONE thing that binds the whole MALAYSIA together?

Could it be our national language (Bahasa Malaysia)? Our food (roti canai)? Sports (Nicol David)? our Rukunegara? etc etc? Are they effective enough to instill unity?

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This blog article was first published at Klik4Malaysia.com


Where's the CF PNSB?

Posted: 15 Dec 2009 09:27 AM PST

About 50 residents of Taman Permata in Dengkil staged a protest over poor maintenance and the deplorable condition of their flats. Mainly plantation workers who were relocated from Putrajaya 10 years ago to these units, they hold Permodalan Negeri Selangor Bhd (PNSB) responsible for their predicament. They began their protest at 11am, carrying banners and chanting slogans in front of the Shah Alam City Council building, urging action. A memorandum was handed over to PNSB. Mohan Subramaniam ...
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Malay: The Untold Truth (1)

Posted: 15 Dec 2009 11:52 AM PST

After days of ranting and raving on the sickening scam of fake Malays, I decided to find out the holy truth once and for all. And I got it!

Kliko - Father of All Malays



I finally consulted Crystal Ball last night, which I am not supposed to because any consultation of such nature: Reveling the truth of mankind is going to cost me two and half years of lifespan on earth. For some unknown reason, there is this urge that I should find out the truth for Malays just so they will be confident enough to reject the fake Malay nonsense and live like a real man again.

I started off by asking "Ma'a,m (Crystal Ball), where exactly do Malays come from? How long ago? Who was the first people in Malaya? And blah blah blah ... " (I tried to save time by lumping all the questions altogether hoping I can get whole picture in one go ... Plain lazy lah!).

Ma'am: "Malays? Genetically, there is no Malays. The Malays as we know them today has nothing to do with God. They are created by the control freaks called Politicians. And in their case, some ind of alien immigrants called UMNOPutra."

"Now you know why there is no significant history on Malay but you know what? Al  the Malays you know today and the rest of the 6 billions plus souls on earth are actually produced by a very handsome Casanova called "Kliko" some 50,000 years ago who lived in a paradise called Shanvillla, a very pleasant bushland in the continent of Africa."

Me: "Huh? Wait a minute. You mean this weird looking "Kliko" bugger is the common daddy of P. Ramlee, Tom Cruise, Bruce Lee, MGR, Will Smith etc? Are you serious?"

Ma'am: "Pretty much. Let me tell how it all begin. Let forget about Adam and Eve. The don't even remotely resemble mankind in appearance, so, there is no point talking about them, you won't be able to relate them to your kind. I'd start with "Kliko" because all mankind living on earth today are a result of his sperm. And he looks pretty much like you.  Oh well, close enough. It's easier to relate to him than say a creepy crawly creature, right?"

"Okay, here is the holy truth. God made Adam and Eve and they produced many in a holily controlled environment known as "NEP" but some 50,000 years ago, God decided it's time to liberalize the world. So he make it a point that all descendants of Adam and Eve shall compete to dominate the world in a free market  meritocratic enviroment a la "Survivor of the fittest" fashion. Life went on and the filtering process begins. The various genes extinct one after another and in the end, it was "Kliko's" gene that bagged the trophy. His legacy is the only one left and lives on until today without the crutch of holy NEP. Syabas or not?"

Don't think this is a fairly tale. This holy truth about Malay has been officially recognized by scientifc community as nothing but a solid truth that is supported by more than empirical evidence.

To be continued ...


ALL SET, JUDGES IN PLACE the untouchable beautifully beastifully Rosmah to sent Anwar Ibrahim to jail Rosmah has no time to entertain ‘wild allegations’

Posted: 15 Dec 2009 07:39 AM PST


rosmah mansor
will the untouchable beautifully beastifull rosamah sent Anwar Ibrahim to jail?

rosmah mansor

Mansor is unperturbed by the many wild allegations hurled against her by hostile parties.
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If you think this is just Anwar's problem, then, think again because if the justice system in Malaysia is damaged beyond repair, then, all Malaysians could be confronted with situations like Kugan, Anwar and a whole host of other abusive and life threatening occasions experienced by the less fortunate.

HALL OF SHAME

Eusoff ChinMohd Eusoff Chin

DISGRACE#01 Mohd Eusoff Chin, Chief Justice of Malaysia from 1994 – 2000, subjected himself to the worst kind of corruption, by 'tagging' along lawyer V.K. Lingam on a family vacation in New Zealand in 1994. He subsequently lied to the Royal Commission of Inquiry on the Lingam tape scandal.

S. Augustine PaulS. Augustine Paul

DISGRACE#02 S. Augustine Paul, currently Federal Court judge, subjected himself to be a political whore when in 1998, while being a Kuala Lumpur high court judge, participated in the political conspiracy orchestrated by then prime minister Mahathir Mohamad. He put through a show trial of then-deputy prime minister Anwar Ibrahim and subsequently convicted the latter of sodomy and corruption. Among his notorieties, he allowed the prosecution to change the time of offence three times when Anwar's lawyers provided the alibi.

Ahmad Fairuz bin Sheikh Abdul Halim
Ahmad Fairuz bin Sheikh Abdul Halim

DISGRACE#03 Ahmad Fairuz bin Sheikh Abdul Halim, Chief Justice of Malaysia from 2003 to 2007, was taped in the 'judicial fixing' scandal where he was heard in conversation with lawyer V.K. Lingam, on how to get Fairuz to be elevated as chief justice of Malaysia. He subsequently lied to the Royal Commission of Inquiry that he was not the other party in the said telephone conversation.

ridwanRidwan bin Ibrahim

DISGRACE#04 Ridwan bin Ibrahim, currently judicial commissioner of Ipoh high court, participated in the aftermath of Perak state coup by Najib Tun Razak. He first created the stir when he infamously ruled that five lawyers appointed by Perak State Speaker V. Sivakumar had no locus standi to represent Sivakumar. The astonishing ruling forced Sivakumar to be unrepresented effectively, as his ruling also stated that Sivakumar can only be represented by the state legal advisor, who has been shown to be colluding with the illegal menteri besar Zambry.

Ramly bin Hj AliRamly bin Hj Ali

DISGRACE#05 Ramly bin Hj Ali, currently a judge at the Court of Appeal, took side on the Perak MB vs. MB on May 12, 2009 when he alone heard the appeal from BN menteri besar Zambry and granted him stay of execution on the High Court ruling, which declared Nizar as the legitimate menteri besar. Ramly's hearing the appeal alone was a serious departure from the norm of the Court of Appeal, which hears cases in panel of at least three judges.

Balia Yusof bin Haji WahiBalia Yusof bin Haji Wahi

DISGRACE#06 Balia Yusof bin Haji Wahi, currently a judge at Kuala Lumpur high court, dismissed on Apr 1, 2009, Perak state assembly speaker V. Sivakumar's application to strike out summons by brought by the three independent assemblymen, seeking a declaration that Sivakumar's order to declare their assembly seats vacant was illegal.

Balia Yusof's decision is a stark violation of the very fundamental of separations of powers, where proceedings in the Legislative Assembly of any State cannot be intervened by the court.

Alauddin bin Mohd. SheriffAlauddin bin Mohd. Sheriff

DISGRACE#07 Alauddin bin Mohd. Sheriff, currently president of the Court of Appeal, ruled on Apr 16, 2009 that Perak Assembly Speaker V Sivakumar does not have the power to suspend Mentri Besar Datuk Zambry Abd Kadir and six state executive council members from attending the assembly. It is a decision that was made in blatant defiance of Article 72 (1) of the Federal Constitution which says,"The validity of any proceedings in the Legislative Assembly of any State shall not be questioned in any court".

Arifin bin ZakariaArifin bin Zakaria

DISGRACE#08 Arifin bin Zakaria, currently Chief Judge of Malaya, ruled on Apr 16, 2009 that Perak Assembly Speaker V Sivakumar does not have the power to suspend Mentri Besar Datuk Zambry Abd Kadir and six state executive council members from attending the assembly. It is a decision that was made in blatant defiance of Article 72 (1) of the Federal Constitution which says,"The validity of any proceedings in the Legislative Assembly of any State shall not be questioned in any court".

Zulkefli bin Ahmad MakinudinZulkefli bin Ahmad Makinudin

DISGRACE#09 Zulkefli bin Ahmad Makinudin, currently Federal Court judge, ruled on Apr 16, 2009 that Perak Assembly Speaker V Sivakumar does not have the power to suspend Mentri Besar Datuk Zambry Abd Kadir and six state executive council members from attending the assembly. It is a decision that was made in blatant defiance of Article 72 (1) of the Federal Constitution which says,"The validity of any proceedings in the Legislative Assembly of any State shall not be questioned in any court".

Nik Hashim Nik Ab. RahmanNik Hashim Nik Ab. Rahman

DISGRACE#10 Nik Hashim Nik Ab. Rahman, former Federal Court judge, ruled on Apr 16, 2009 that Perak Assembly Speaker V Sivakumar does not have the power to suspend Mentri Besar Datuk Zambry Abd Kadir and six state executive council members from attending the assembly. It is a decision that was made in blatant defiance of Article 72 (1) of the Federal Constitution which says,"The validity of any proceedings in the Legislative Assembly of any State shall not be questioned in any court".

Mohd Zaki bin Md. YasinMohd Zaki bin Md. Yasin

DISGRACE#11 Mohd Zaki bin Md. Yasin, currently judge at Shah Alam High Court, presided the mock trial of Altantuya murder case, which eventually acquitted Abdul Razak Baginda, a close associate of then deputy prime minister Najib Tun Razak,

On February 10, the Supreme Court threw out yet another petition seeking to reinstate L K Advani as an accused in the trial of the conspiracy to demolish Babri Masjid. This is despite a host of circumstances pointing to the probability of Advani, NDA's prime ministerial candidate in the upcoming election, being involved in the conspiracy. Not the least of which was his notorious rath yatra in the run-up to the demolition. And the testimony of the IPS officer in charge of his security, Anju Gupta, stating that his speech on the spot minutes before the demolition had added fuel to the fire.
On February 13, in the first of the Nithari serial killing cases to be decided, a trial court pronounced death sentence on Moninder Singh Pandher for a murder that took place when he was far away in Australia. And for the murder of a girl who he did not even know. As the prosecution admitted, there was no evidence to suggest that it was at Pandher's instance that his servant Surender Koli had raped and killed 14-year-old Rimpa Haldar, the victim who lived in a slum near his house. Yet, Pandher was held to be a conspirator mainly because his sexual profligacy was found to have brought out depravity in his servant.
The two interpretations of criminal conspiracy could not have been more different: ultra liberal in the case of Advani and stretched in the case of Pandher. Neither interpretation seems justified in the given facts and circumstances. Both the interpretations raise questions about the rigor and detachment with which the judiciary at all levels performs its job.

We just don't seem to get it. The normal standards of accountability don't apply to judges. We are unable to grasp their argument that, much as it is desirable in other institutions, transparency in the judiciary will compromise its independence, a larger constitutional value. Hence, we persist with the folly of expecting judges to be swept away by the wave of transparency triggered by RTI.
This is evident from the two latest attacks on judges on July 17. First, this incorrigible sceptic, Prashant Bhushan, mobilised a statement from 25 eminent citizens denouncing a proposed Bill, which prohibits the declarations of assets made by judges to their respective chiefs from being made public. The statement fails to appreciate Law Minister Veerappa Moily's sensitivity in coming up with a draft that reflects a consensus among judges. As if that were not bad enough, the statement is cheeky enough to suggest that, following the example of their American counterparts, our Lordships too should be transparent about their assets so that we could point out any "unusual accretion" or "false declaration".
But it is not just civil society that is being irreverent to judges. For, the same day, just before shutting for the weekend, the Central Information Commission (CIC) released an order where it repeated its folly of trying to bring the Chief Justice of India under the ambit of RTI. It once again demolished the CJI's position that he need not disclose any information lying in his custody as he was independent and distinct from the Supreme Court, which is a public authority under RTI.
It may be recalled that when CJI K G Balakrishnan had first taken this view about a year ago, it was very much in the context of declarations of assets. Since those declarations were in his custody, the CJI held then that the Supreme Court registry would not entertain any RTI queries concerning them. Yet, in its latest order in another case, the CIC defied the CJI saying, "The institution and its head cannot be two distinct Public Authorities. They are one and the same. Information, therefore, available with the Chief Justice of India must be deemed to be available with the Supreme Court of India."
Like us, the CIC too doesn't seem to get it. The general logic doesn't apply to judges. When others take refuge in opacity, we are justified in suspecting that they are hiding corruption. But when judges wrap themselves in a veil of secrecy, we have to take it that they are actually doing so for our good, so that they are not distracted by allegations of corruption against themselves.
One way of coming to terms with this distinction is to re-adopt the outdated notion that king could do no wrong. Going by his logic, Justice Balakrishnan does seem to suggest some such blanket immunity to judges. If some judge has made an unusual accretion to his assets or has made a false declaration of them, it should be no cause for concern to us, the consumers of justice. It's time we realised that judges have their inscrutable reasons. We should just be grateful to them for whatever justice they dispense to us, in their magnanimity and in their good time. Don't bring the notions of accountability and transparency into this one-of-a-kind relationship.

given for objections.
New chapter in PKFZ saga
IN THE many years of covering the
magistrates' and sessions courts, the
sharp-eyed journalist never misses a
thing. When the poor man is charged,
he'll have an entourage of friends and
family who come in motorcycles or
those who use public transport. When
VIPs and titled ones are charged, there's
always a convoy of luxury cars. Yesterday,
the road leading to the courthouse
in Klang was lined with Protons and
Peroduas. Even the "humble" Lexus, a
familiar sight in proceedings elsewhere,
was missing. So were the Beamers, the
Mercs, the Porsches and the odd Aston
Martin. Perhaps, it was in Singapore for
its quarterly oil change and service.
Another observation that journalists
always make has got to do with the treatment
of the accused, even before they
are formally charged. Those about to be
charged with petty theft are brought into
the dock in cuffs via a fl ight of stairs from
the police lock-up below. In some cases,
they get down direct from the Black
Maria to the dock, most of the time in
pairs. Even after they are charged and a
trial date is set, they are sent from the
dock back to the lock-up while their bail
papers are processed. In between, the
mata-mata on duty admonish anyone
who seeks to speak with the accused.
"Tak boleh cakap! Bila dapat jamin, baru
boleh cakap" is often-heard cry.
Such scenes were non-existent in
the otherwise sedate proceedings when
Phang Oi Choo @ Phang Ai Tu, 63, and
two others were charged at the sessions
court in Klang yesterday. "Who's that?"
many would want to ask. But to those
who have been following the saga of the
Port Klang Authority and the Port Klang
Free Zone (PKFZ), it may ring a bell.
OC Phang, the former general manager
of PKA also goes by these names,
according to the charge sheets. The
three charges of criminal breach of trust
involving about RM263 million were read
out in just over a minute. The seats reserved
for the media were fully taken up,
forcing journalists in the public gallery
to share benches with some past and
present PKA staff who had come to witness
what one described as a "historic"
occasion.
Now that formal charges have been
preferred, many will rejoice that this
newspaper's fi ve-year "affair" with the
PKFZ will come to an end. They will cite
rules of sub judice fearing those who put
pen to paper on an issue already in court
will end up behind bars for contempt.
Really?
Just because three people have been
charged on offences related to the PKFZ,
it does not mean that it's the end of the
story. On the contrary, just as the Attorney-
General told a press conference
in Putrajaya, "it's just the beginning"
because there's so much more that has
yet to materialise. The reams of paper
that contained reports produced by
four separate committees and which
cost taxpayers several millions cannot
be written off by just charging three
people.
There are many other major actors
– perhaps bigger fi sh – who have been
lurking in the shadows believing their silhouettes
will never be recognised. There
are others who believe their wealth will
help them and there are also those who
think their "connections" and "cables"
will beam them up out of trouble.
Not exactly. The voice of the citizens
of this country who will collectively be
out of pocket by more than RM12 billion
with little to show have been heard. The
message is loud and clear – no nonsense
will be brooked. And even the shadows
on the wall and the big fi sh in the ocean
must be shattered as
the sound reverberates
in their respective surroundings.
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by R. Nadeswaran

Once the justice system is irreparably damaged, then, the darker side of jealousy or opportunists will creep beyond the less fortunate onto other innocent parties like you and me. This will be because if the institutions of the nation are able to manipulate our country's democratic rights without any consequences, then, our enemies or disenchanted acquaintances will be able to do an "Anwar" or "Kugan" on you if they so choose and can afford it or have good contact to execute it!

Nobody will be safe if we do not stand up and voice out our opposition to gross manipulation of our democratic system underpinned by our pillars of democracy. The politicians are very sensitive to public opinions and when the public overwhelmingly demands that they stop destroying our democracy, they will have no choice but to follow suit because every citizen holds the power to send them to oblivion through the ballot boxes.

Make use of your voice and your vote!

Charge Saiful for making a false report and causing all the trouble. Send him to jail to share with perverts so that he can fulfill his dream TIME: Circa 2006 LOCATION: THE UNITED STATESof TANAH MELAYU

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The Curtains are raised and we see a darkened stage. Lights fade in. The scene begins in "THE WAR ROOM" a shadowy enclave hidden deep in the recesses of the nation's Pentagon complex. A cool, chic black wooden conference table (Looks at the audience right before he says – ), made in Japan, sits in the middle of the football shaped room replete with a highly advanced, 360 degree, virtual reality digital map of the World adorning all sides of the room. A dimly lit light, (Looks at the audience), made in Korea hangs from the ceiling creating a dark, shadowy "war room-esque" atmosphere. There is also a mechanical horsie (Looks at the audience), Made in Mexico, located in the "play" corner. This notorious room is used by the nation's political dignitaries only when discussing the most urgent, pressing matters of national security.

discussing the most urgent, pressing matters of national security.

10 years ago it was Mahathir-Anwar saga, and now it is Najib-Anwar the main actors. Lets look back 10 years ago. Before Anwar was sent to prison, TDM went a way for more than 2 months, and DSAI was the acting PM. Then the financial crisis hit us. One thing lead to another, TDM made a 180 degree turn, DSAI was fired, and the rest is history.
DSAI was not the first to go against TDM. Musa and Tengku Razaleigh did that in the 80s. They were not sent to prison. But why TDM wanted to "KILL" DSAI? What really happened back then? Why each time TDM opened his mouth, BSKL took a bitting? But each time DSAI said something, BSKL gained? What really happened back then? And then Al-Gore pulled a stunt when he came to Malaysia for the APEC dinner. To much unanswered questions, and now, we are saying DSAI is the right person for our next PM? Come on guys, lets get back to basic… WHY TDM wanted to "KILL" DSAI?
In a CIVILIZED society where the rule of law prevails the State Prosecution will not proceed with any charges without evidence knowing full well the judge will throw out the case. Can Malaysia show the world it is civilized and that the rule of law prevails here?
The news media reported that the AG already had a medical examination and CCTV footage for the trial. All it takes is another Paul Augustine and a semblance of (manufactured) "evidence". It would be a forgone conclusion.
We have seen enough in the last few years and right up to the last few weeks to not expect any qualms or decency from Najis and his cohorts. Mahathir never bothered about world opinion, basic human decency or the rakyat's feelings and Najis would similarly not be perturbed.
I would be pleasantly surprised if the DSAI's striking off action was granted or the case against DSAI withdrawn for lack of evidence.
Yes, drop the charges. Charge Saiful instead for making a false report and causing all the trouble. Send him to jail to share with perverts so that he can fulfill his dream of being a sodomy victim.
To me the Government always think
They are the almighty,
The rakyat is nobody,
The police are their boot-lick boys
And so is the judiciary,
Water cannons to fan off the rakyat's fury,
The rakyat most of whom they want to bury,
So that UMNO can survive eternally
The Najis will not let the sodomy matter go! They will create more lies, fabricate evidence and get the corrupt judges to convict Anwar. Anwar, like many others in the opposition will be silenced. The UMNO goons has the power and resources at their disposal to do just that. Anwar will not stand a chance. As long as UMNO is in power the rakyat will be crushed. There is no justice in Malaysia until the UMNO goons are toppled.
Writer: "How about dropping the charges against DSAI now that there is evidence that Saifool was never buggered?"
Najib: "Hello…since we can misinterpret the constitution, we can also misinterpret the [beep] hospital report!"
Writer: "Isn't that illegal and a miscarriage of justice?"
Najib: "Who said anything about a [beep] fair trial?"
Writer: "What about the wasted expenses and court time?"
Najib: "We are rich! In fact we are so stinking rich that a million Ringgit is but spare change."
Writer: "But we are talking about the country's money."
Najib: "So what's the [beep] bloody difference? You born yesterday?"
Writer: "This means that you are proceeding even when evidence shows otherwise."
Najib: "What evidence? You mean that bloody [beep] report?" The Health minister has just been ordered to eat that bloody [beep] report. We are going to do another report, comprendo?"
Writer: "Isn't this fabrication of evidence illegal?"
Najib: "Not the first time and won't be the last time. What's your [beep] problem?"
we can make some money." I got very upset. Then he said, "Relax. Why don't you say that you brought some girls and boys for him."
Fernando: Did you provide limousine services to Dato' Seri Anwar?
Jamal: Yes, every time he visited Washington DC.
Fernando: Did you yourself drive these VIP's around?
Jamal: Yes.
Fernando: In September 1998 did you go to the Malaysian Embassy in Washington?
Jamal: Yes, I did.
Fernando: Did you meet a Malaysian diplomat by the name of Mustapha Ong?
Jamal: Yes.
Fernando: During that meeting what transpired?
Jamal: He asked me to go to New York for business.
Fernando: When?
Jamal: The following day, at 6.00 am.
Fernando: In your limousine?
Jamal: No, in my private car, a Cadillac.
Fernando: What transpired during the journey?
Jamal: We drove off and just before the Delaware Bridge, he asked me if Dato' Seri Anwar had made any sexual passes at me. I told him, "You must be joking!" Then he said, "You can make some money."
He told me, "If you can say that he made sexual advances at you, we can make some money." I got very upset. Then he said, "Relax. Why don't you say that you brought some girls and boys for him."
I said, "Look here Mr Ong, leave me alone; I don't care about Malaysia, I don't care about nobody right now. We are going to New York for business. Let's finish the business and I don't want to hear the subject no more!"
When we drove on New York, he tried to convince me further and in the meantime I was thinking to myself, do I know two Anwar Ibrahim? He (Ong) told me, "There is a videotape in Malaysia everybody by now knows Anwar Ibrahim from the videotape; why don't you say so."
I said if you have a videotape, why the heck do you want me for?" He replied, "So that the Americans will know too!
When we arrived in New York, I dropped him off at a diplomat's apartment. I think it was on the 13th street, East Side. The Malaysian diplomat came down holding a very small booklet and passed it on to Mustapha Ong and they were talking in Malay. I did not understand them. Ong put his hand on my shoulder, trying to convince me to spend the night there. I refused. I wanted to go back to Washington. Mustapha showed me the booklet and asked, "Why dont't you sign this and we can make up to US$ 200,000. Don't be crazy."
I said: "You are looking at the most crazy man in the world. That's me." And I told him: "You change the name from Jamal to Mustapha Ong and say that Anwar Ibrahim made sexual passes … made love to you. Say anything and you make the money!" I then said, "Have a good day!"
I left and went back to Washington DC … straight. Then I went to see the Malaysian Ambassador, one Dato' Dali.
I told Dato' Dali what transpired during the journey. He was very upset. He said, "Jamal, I assure you I have nothing to do with it. The Embassy has nothing to do with it." And he was very upset; I could see the fire on his face. He said, "You should have slapped him on the face." I said, "I should have done that."
He told me to forget the whole thing. Three months passed and the whole thing kept coming to my mind. I wanted to get if off my chest. I went to see one Sheikh Thahar, a friend of Dato' Seri Anwar.
He is the president of an Islamic University in Northern Virginia. Leaders from all over the world go to see him. He is a friend of Faruqi (a world-reknown Islamic scholar). I made three attempts to see him but was not successful. Then I made a phone call. I told him I wanted to see him. He said, "What for." I told him, with respect to Dato' Seri Anwar. "How fast can you come?" he said.
Subsequently I drove down from Washington and met him at 2 pm. I told him what happened. He told me, "Why don't you see the Malaysian Ambassador." I told him I had seen him (the Ambassador) three months previously. He said, "I will get in touch with you tomorrow". The next day, he phoned me and asked me if it was okay with me, I could make an affidavit before a lawyer about what happened.
Then I said to him, "What you want me to do, I will gladly do." I went with his son to see a lawyer and told the lawyer what happened and he wrote it down. The lawyer asked me if I was prepared to take a lie-detector test. I said, "If you want me to take a lie-detector test, I take a lie-detector test, if you want to put me to sleep I'll go to sleep."
Fernando: Did you sign an affidavit?
Jamal: Yes. Then I left.
Fernando: Then what happened?
Jamal: I think Sheikh Thahar got in touch with somebody in Malaysia subsequently. Then Sheikh Thahar asked me, "Are you willing to go to Malaysia if you can." I said, " I am willing, if I can." Sheikh Thahar thought I was afraid. I said, " I am not afraid of anyone. I have fear only for God."
Fernando: Did Sheikh Thahar say anything about religion?
Jamal: He said, "If you shut out the truth, you are the devil's brother!"
Fernando: Did Dato' Seri Anwar make any passes at you or sodomise you at any time?
Jamal: No sir, he did not, he never did and never will!
Fernando: So this man wanted you to fabricate this evidence, did he not?
Jamal: I think so.
Fernando: On the way to New York from Washington, did Ong ask you to meet anybody or propose to meet anybody?
Jamal: Yes, he did.
Fernando: What did he say to you?
Jamal: He asked me to meet somebody from Abdullah Badawi's staff so that I can collect the money but I refused.
Fernando: Why did he want you to see somebody from Abdullah Badawi's staff?
Jamal: I understood, by that, if I say what they wanted me to say, I will get the money.
Fernando then told the court that Anwar was placed in a most unusual situation where the defence had to prove his innocence instead of the prosecution having to prove his guilt.
THE CORRIDORS OF POWER
Raja Petra Kamarudin
The burden of proof is on the prosecution but was shifted to the defence instead
An accused person is not required to prove his innocence. Instead, his accusers have to prove his guilt. In Anwar Ibrahim's case, however, he was placed in an unenviable position of having to prove his innocence.
Anwar was charged for 'committing sodomy one night, at 7.45pm, between 1 January 1993 and 31 March 1993'. Even with such a wide and vague charge, Anwar still managed to provide alibis for all those 90 days except one.
Yet, the judge still insisted that Anwar had not established his alibi. But the judge was not able to say which one of those 90 days Anwar's alibi had not been established.
"All an accused person has to do is to create reasonable doubt," said Christopher Fernando. "He does not have to prove anything or establish his defence beyond a reasonable doubt."
"He is not required to prove anything conclusively with respect to his defence of alibi. But the judge held he had to and the he had not proved it 'conclusively'."
"Conclusive proof is a standard even higher than beyond reasonable doubt."
Fernando then told the court that Anwar was placed in a most unusual situation where the defence had to prove his innocence instead of the prosecution having to prove his guilt.
"This is most unusual; alien to the law," argued Fernando
"All Dato' Seri Anwar had to do was to raise reasonable doubt."
"Between 4 February and 31 March 1993, Dato' Seri Anwar managed to establish his alibi, except for 19 February 1993, said the judge."
"There was no rebuttal at all by the prosecution to counter Dato' Seri Anwar's alibi."
"The prosecution failed to observe this very basic principle of law."
"Dato' Seri Anwar had to prove he was not in the Tivoli Villa in the 90 days between 1 January and 31 March 1993."
"Instead, it should have been the prosecution's task to prove that he was there."
The burden of proof was on the prosecution, argued Fernando. But in Anwar's case it was the other way around.
"In spite of the monumental task to prove Dato' Seri Anwar was not there (Tivoli Villa) the defence still managed to do so."
"Yet the judge still insisted the defence did not establish his alibi."
"But the judge did not say which one day over the 90 days the alibi was not established."
"From 1 January 1993 to 3 February 1993 the apartment was under renovation."
"So, from 4 February 1993 onwards, the alibi needs to be proven, and it was proven."
"Witnesses were brought to testify and documents submitted to support the alibi."
"The judge's mind was cluttered. He was very confused and could not see the wood for the trees."
"Tivoli Villa was not occupied. It had no furniture and was under renovation and the prosecution never rebutted this alibi."
"The prosecution said Sukma had free access to the apartment but this was never proven."
Azizan Abu Bakar had testified that he had been sodomised in the Tivoli Villa and that the act had taken place on a bed in a fully-furnished apartment, complete with carpets and all. He further testified that the act had taken place prior to 1993.
The defence, in turn, managed to prove that the apartment was under renovation from 1 January 1993 to 3 February 1993, and that from 4 February 1993 to 31 March 1993 Anwar was never in the apartment.
"The judge tried to buttress the evidence. He was trying to prop up a case that was so weak and unconvincing."
"He said Azizan's evidence is as strong as the Rock of Gibraltar."
"Preposterous is too mild a word to use."
"No judge in the history of this nation has gone this far to build up the credibility of a witness such as this – a witness who has no credibility whatsoever."
Fernando explained that if there is any benefit of the doubt, it should have been given to the accused, not the prosecution. Instead, it was the opposite in Dato' Seri Anwar's case.
"This is a basic fundamental principle of law."
"Azizan should have been impeached. This is not difficult as clearly he lied."
"If Azizan had been impeached, the hearing would have ended then and there as the entire trial hinged on Azizan's testimony."
Shafee Abdullah: Fixing Anwar Ibrahim and Finishing Off Raja Petra
SHAFEE ABDULLAH: FIXING ANWAR IBRAHIM
In this special police operations centre in Umno lawyer Shafee Abdullah's law firm is a whiteboard and on this whiteboard are two names: Anwar Ibrahim and Raja Petra Kamarudin. Below these two names are all sorts of notes, scribblings and etchings.
Very troubling reports have been published, which reveal the existence of a medical report of an examination done by a doctor on Mohd Saiful Bukhari bin Azlan a few hours before Saiful lodged a police report that he had been sodomised. The medical report apparently shows that there is no evidence that he had been sodomised by anyone.
Such reports raise some very serious questions that require immediate answers:
(1) Are the police in possession of such a medical report?
(2) Was the doctor concerned interviewed by the police and was he detained for any length of time?
(3) Is the doctor concerned facing any form of intimidation and, if so, by whom?
(4) Is there a medical report by another doctor that either confirms or contradicts the first medical report?
(5) If it is true that the medical report exists showing a lack of prima facie evidence, what then could have been the justification for the vigorous actions taken against Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim as well as the public call by the authorities for his DNA sample?
The answers to these questions are of paramount importance, as they bring into focus the integrity of our law enforcement system.
These latest disclosures regarding the investigations into the sodomy allegations are not the only ones to raise questions that need answering. There is, for example, also the issue of P. Balasubramaniam's abrupt "disappearance" that has yet to be satisfactorily explained. No one can deny that the circumstances of his first and second statutory declarations are highly unusual. All these show a pattern of events that cause much disquiet to right-thinking members of the public.
The Malaysian people are deeply troubled. A country that truly believes in the rule of law should not be faced with so many disturbing developments and unanswered questions.
The credibility of the Malaysian justice system as a whole is therefore at stake. The integrity of professionals, be they doctors or lawyers, must never be interfered with. The public must be left in no doubt that the criminal justice system in this country will not be misused or abused. There must be nothing less than an open and thorough investigation into these cases. This calls for the courage and professionalism of all those involved to do the right thing no matter the consequences. And those who have shown such courage and integrity must know that they live in a country where it is safe to do so.
Dato' Ambiga Sreenevasan
President
Malaysian Bar
*************************************************
What Ambiga said in her press statement above is certainly true and she has cause for concern. But she would be even more concerned if she knows what we know about this whole matter.
A special police operations centre was set up some time ago to coordinate all activities related to the Anwar Ibrahim sodomy crisis. No, the special police operations centre was not set up AFTER the alleged sodomy act took place on 26 June 2008. It was set up way before 26 June 2008.
Why the need to set up a special police operations centre BEFORE the date of the alleged sodomy act? Are they clairvoyant and did they peep into their crystal ball and 'see' the crime happen before it actually happened? Was the special police operations centre set up so that they could solve the crime? Or was the special police operations centre set up BEFORE the date of the 'crime' so that they could invent the so-called crime?
Yes, questions and yet more questions. But this is not yet the icing on the cake. The icing on the cake is that this special police operations centre is not located in the police headquarters. It is located in the meeting room of the office of prominent Umno lawyer Shafee Abdullah who possesses a notorious reputation for fixing cases such as those involving the people implicated in murdering Altantuya Shaariibuu or those alleged to have pinched the bottoms of cigar girls in the Havana Club in Kuala Lumpur.
Name me any questionable case and you will find the hand of Shafee Abdullah behind that case. And this same person is coordinating the Anwar Ibrahim sodomy allegation from the meeting room of his law office in Kenny Hills.
There are four police officers headed by an officer name Aziz who are based in this special police operations centre in the meeting room of Shafee Abdullah's law firm. But why are they based in an Umno lawyer's office instead of in the police headquarters? Is this an official police operation or is this a rogue operation? Yes, we have watched many Hollywood movies about the CIA's Dirty Tricks Department. Have Shafee Abdullah and the Royal Malaysian Police also seen the same movie? It appears so because the special police operations centre in Umno lawyer Shafee Abdullah's law firm looks like a plot out of these movies.
In this special police operations centre in Umno lawyer Shafee Abdullah's law firm is a whiteboard and on this whiteboard are two names: Anwar Ibrahim and Raja Petra Kamarudin. Below these two names are all sorts of notes, scribblings and etchings. There are also charts and strategies on how both Anwar Ibrahim and Raja Petra Kamarudin can be implicated in various crimes and incarcerated until their teeth fall out of their gums.
Yes, the police report to Umno lawyer Shafee Abdullah. And Shafee Abdullah coordinates this special police operation with the IGP and AG. And the purpose of this special police operations centre in the meeting room of Umno lawyer Shafee Abdullah's law firm is to explore how to incarcerate Anwar Ibrahim and Raja Petra Kamarudin. And the special police operations centre has to be in Umno lawyer Shafee Abdullah's office and not in the police headquarters because, officially, the IGP and AG are not involved in the Anwar sodomy case, as announced by Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi.
Shafee Abdullah is no ordinary man. In fact, he is not even a man; he is a devil. But he is Malaysia's first and foremost sodomologist, a specialist in crimes of sodomy. And that is why the Pusrawi doctor's report was rejected. He is just a normal doctor, a GP, argued the government. The prognosis of a normal doctor can't be accepted as evidence in a sodomy case, never mind if he has been practicing medicine for two decades or more. They need the prognosis of a sodomy specialist, a sodomologist, and Shafee Abdullah is Malaysia's first and foremost sodomologist.
That is why Senior Assistant Commissioner (SAC) II Mohd Rodwan Mohd Yusof did not meet Saiful in the police station or at the police headquarters. The special police operations centre is not in the police station or at the police headquarters. It is in the meeting room of Umno lawyer Shafee Abdullah's law firm. So it would be dangerous to meet Saiful in this law firm lest someone finds out. That is why Rodwan met Saiful in room 619 of the Concorde Hotel.
Okay, so Rodwan met Saiful one day before the alleged crime took place. But then maybe Rodwan is clairvoyant or he has a crystal ball and he 'saw' that a crime of sodomy was going to take place the following day. Some people do have this gift of 'foresight'. Nevertheless, whether the timeline appears a bit out of sync or not, they still have the 'evidence' to work on to 'prove' that Anwar did sodomise Saiful the day AFTER Saiful met Rodwan in room 619 of the Concorde Hotel.
One such crucial evidence was supposed to be the doctor from Pusrawi's medical examination of Saiful at 2.00pm on Saturday, 28 June 2008. But then the doctor said that he had examined Saiful and found no evidence of sodomy. This report has since surfaced and the doctor has gone missing so, now, there is no way they can use this evidence.
The next evidence was supposed to be the second medical examination done at the Hospital Kuala Lumpur (HKL) at 4.00pm on Saturday, 28 June 2008. But then the outpatient department of the HKL was closed at 4.00pm on Saturday, 28 June 2008. So how could a second medical examination have been done? Yes, that's right. No second medical examination was done and the doctors at the HKL refuse to doctor a medical report to say that the second medical examination had been done, when none had been done, or to say that they did find evidence of sodomy, when they did not.
Since none of the doctors at Pusrawi or HKL are cooperating with the police, the last piece of 'evidence' will have to be Saiful's underwear. Okay, Saiful's underwear does not really have Anwar's semen stains on it. But this is a small matter. As long as someone from the Chemistry Department is prepared to testify that they did examine Saiful's underwear and they did find Anwar's semen stains on it, then that would be good enough. They will be able to build their case against Anwar and charge him for sodomy based on this 'evidence' from the Chemistry Department.
No, the Chemistry Department has NOT come out with their report yet. There is no report from the Chemistry Department that says they found Anwar's semen stains on Saiful's underwear. This is because they first of all need Anwar's specimen so that they can plant it on the underwear and so that the Chemistry Department can then 'discover' it.
But Anwar is being bloody silly. He is being extremely pigheaded and stubborn. He refuses to hand over his specimen. How can they plant Anwar's semen on Saiful's underwear when Anwar refuses to let them take his specimen? The Chemistry Department can't prepare its report saying that it found Anwar's semen on Saiful's underwear until the police are able to plant it there. But Anwar does not want to voluntarily hand over his specimen so this plan is being upset a bit.
But never mind. As soon as Parliament convenes later this month they will rush through a new law that will make it mandatory for you to hand over your specimen if the police demands that you do so. Refusing to hand over your specimen when the police demand you do so will soon become a crime and you can be sent to jail. They will try to pass this law before Merdeka Day of 31 August 2008 and they will try to backdate the law and make it retrospective so that any 'crime' committed before the passing of this law will also be covered.
Soon they will get Anwar once the DNA Act becomes law and Anwar can no longer refuse to hand over his specimen. Then, once they have obtained Anwar's specimen, the Chemistry Department will be able to 'discover' it on Saiful's underwear. Then they will be able to arrest and charge Anwar. And, who knows, they might even be able to convict him as well.
Yes, this Shafee Abdullah the sodomologist is good. He has names, charts, notes, scribbling and etchings all over his whiteboard in the meeting room of his law firm. This meeting room has been the special police operations centre for quite a while now. It was set up long before the alleged sodomy crime took place on 26 June 2008. It was set up not to solve the sodomy crime. It was set up to create the crime.
But, thus far, they lack one very crucial piece of evidence. They lack Anwar's specimen that they need to plant on Saiful's underwear. But they will get it as soon as the new DNA Act becomes law and they can use this law to force Anwar to hand over his specimen. Then Anwar is finished and they can close down the special police operations centre in the meeting room of Umno lawyer Shafee Abdullah's law firm and once again use this meeting room for fixing legal cases.
POSTED BY THE TAXIDRIVER786 AT 5:01 AM


THE CURSE OF BALA’S RETURN NAJIB ALMOST LOST HIS JOBAnwar almost did it ,catching the government with their pants down

Posted: 15 Dec 2009 07:33 AM PST


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Anwar almost did it catching the government with their pants down In a parliamentary democracy a rejected budget is seen as a no-confidence vote towards the sitting government and indirectly opens the way for the formation of a new government.

to the PKR Parliamentarians THERE IS NO SECOUND CHANCE

"This is the second time and this is more frightening because it involves the Budget bill . So I hope this matter will awaken the MPs especially from Barisan Nasional so they seriously take their responsibility to attend the parliament," he told reporters in the Parliament lobby here.
The BN deputy whip added that there was nothing he could do as the lawmakers had been informed.
"They are all very important people and they have been informed to attend the Parliament. If they want more than that then maybe they can give me a gun and I will place it near their head. If they don't come then I will shoot them. That will show that I am doing my work," he added.
Minister in the Prime Minister's Department Datuk Seri Nazri Aziz stressed that BN lawmakers have to be more careful and must take this matter seriously.
It is understood that this is the first time that the national budget was approved with such a narrow margin. And one in which a rejection would have had negative implications for the Barisan Nasional government which has been in power since independence in 1957, when it was known as the Alliance.
In a parliamentary democracy a rejected budget is seen as a no-confidence vote towards the sitting government and indirectly opens the way for the formation of a new government.
The Malaysian Insider understands that the top leadership of the rival blocs have directed strict action to be taken against their lawmakers who were missing in last night's vote.

Anwar almost did it catching the government with their pants down In a parliamentary democracy a rejected budget is seen as a no-confidence vote towards the sitting government and indirectly opens the way for the formation of a new government.to the PKR Parliamentarians THERE IS NO SECOUND CHANCE
"This is the second time and this is more frightening because it involves the Budget bill . So I hope this matter will awaken the MPs especially from Barisan Nasional so they seriously take their responsibility to attend the parliament," he told reporters in the Parliament lobby here.
The BN deputy whip added that there was nothing he could do as the lawmakers had been informed.
"They are all very important people and they have been informed to attend the Parliament. If they want more than that then maybe they can give me a gun and I will place it near their head. If they don't come then I will shoot them. That will show that I am doing my work," he added.
Minister in the Prime Minister's Department Datuk Seri Nazri Aziz stressed that BN lawmakers have to be more careful and must take this matter seriously.
It is understood that this is the first time that the national budget was approved with such a narrow margin. And one in which a rejection would have had negative implications for the Barisan Nasional government which has been in power since independence in 1957, when it was known as the Alliance.
In a parliamentary democracy a rejected budget is seen as a no-confidence vote towards the sitting government and indirectly opens the way for the formation of a new government.
The Malaysian Insider understands that the top leadership of the rival blocs have directed strict action to be taken against their lawmakers who were missing in last night's vote.

Anwar almost did it catching the government with their pants down In a parliamentary democracy a rejected budget is seen as a no-confidence vote towards the sitting government and indirectly opens the way for the formation of a new government.The BN deputy whip added that there was nothing he could do as the lawmakers had been informed."They are all very important people and they have been informed to attend the Parliament. If they want more than that then maybe they can give me a gun and I will place it near their head. If they don't come then I will shoot them. That will show that I am doing my work," he added.Minister in the Prime Minister's Department Datuk Seri Nazri Aziz stressed that BN lawmakers have to be more careful and must take this matter seriously.It is understood that this is the first time that the national budget was approved with such a narrow margin. And one in which a rejection would have had negative implications for the Barisan Nasional government which has been in power since independence in 1957, when it was known as the Alliance.In a parliamentary democracy a rejected budget is seen as a no-confidence vote towards the sitting government and indirectly opens the way for the formation of a new government.The Malaysian Insider understands that the top leadership of the rival blocs have directed strict action to be taken against their lawmakers who were missing in last night's vote.


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Posted: 15 Dec 2009 08:47 AM PST


By the mother fucker of fucker jebatmustdie,Anwar Ibrahim raised more questionsRosmah has no time to entertain 'wild allegations'

By the mother fucker of fucker jebatmustdie

rosmah mansor

go lick her pussy you mother fucker lick more lick deepak

will givethe money you want asshole

In my last article, I wrote that there is something wrong in this whole incident involving Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim and his sodomy allegations. I said there was something wrong because Anwar in all his actions and the reaction of people close to him did not behave like he was on the path of the truthful.

I was anticipating some form of news that would extinguish my doubts about him in this matter. But his press conference at PKR headquarters on Tuesday left me greatly disappointed. I was banking on him to leave no stones unturned but eventually, he created more questions and doubts. But then again, my overly cynical mind may be working overtime here. Maybe because I drank too much coffee today. Or maybe I am just exhausted with all the mind numbing news in cyberspace.

Anyway, as a prelude, I do not fancy this style of writing (seems cluttered) but due to the magnitude of the issue at hand and the article below is rather lengthy, I decided to write a line by line analysis where applicable. Bear in mind that this is a rush job so please pardon any grammatical errors.

Nevertheless, I took the liberty to copy paste the excerpt of his press conference from a website. My opinion is in red.

"DPM, Rosmah behind sodomy allegation, says Anwar"

PETALING JAYA: Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim alleges that the Deputy Prime Minister and his wife are part of a three-person team behind the sodomy allegation he is recently accused of.

He added that all indications thus far pointed to a conspiracy from the office of Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak, his wife Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor and Najib's special officer Khairil Anas Yusof. (This is an accusation by itself. Although the police are still investigating this, he had pre-empted everyone by providing this statement regarding certain 'indications').

"I don't blame the accuser, I blame the conspirators in this game, using people as pawns," he said Tuesday during a packed press conference at the PKR headquarters here. (God bless Anwar and Saiful)

Apart from the photo PKR recently released showing the accuser Mohd Saiful Bukhari Azlan with Najib's aide Khairil, Anwar on Tuesday revealed a second link allegedly connecting Najib's office to the sodomy accusation. (I couldn't believe the audacity of Wan Azizah trying to implicate Najib based only on 1 meaningless photo last Sunday)

Anwar said there was a statutory declaration stating Saiful was closely connected to Khairul Anas, and that he had met secretly with Najib and Rosmah on several occasions. (Suddenly he revealed there was a statutory declaration made? When was it made? After the original police report made by Saiful or before? If it's after, then it would certainly be less credible since there would now be a reasonable doubt that the SD was done just to lay credence to his recent accusation on Najib and Rosmah)

"This person, supposed to be my staff, working for me, but having secret meetings with Najib and the wife, aneh sekali … (very strange)," Anwar said.(So, is this the so called 'all indications'? How poor was his security checks of people surrounding him? And yet, he did not terminate this 'treacherous' Saiful even after he got to know about his betrayal? Plus, how would meetings with Najib absolve him from ever sodomising Saiful?)

He added that the statutory declaration by an unnamed person would be revealed soon. (This SD should have been revealed during the first press conference by Wan Azizah. Why was it not produced earlier to douse all doubts? A question; can an SD be backdated?)

Anwar also said the sodomy charge should be dropped because it was frivolous and nonsensical. (Yes, of course it should be dropped. But Saiful had accused him and had made a police report. He would not have gone through all the trouble of doing police report, having medical checks etc just to be made light of his current predicament. Anwar in turn, should also deny it vehemently and provide alibis as well)

When asked if he had any alibi on the night of the alleged sodomy, Anwar was silent for several seconds; he answered another question first, and then replied that he had ample proof and that he was with many people at that time.(Why be silent and divert the attention by answering another question? Why can't he just reveal where he was last Thursday there and then? Apa yang susah sangat?)

He declined to elaborate, saying he had been advised by his lawyers to refrain from making any statement relating to the case. (Now this is the mother of all my cynicisms. After accusing Najib and Rosmah without ample proof of any direct involvement with Saiful, he suddenly said, he must not be making any statements relating to this case? What hypocrisy. Conveniently trying to hide under the pretext of some legal context while at the same time failed to provide the ultimate proof of his innocence to the public through an alibi)

Compared to the first time when he was charged with sodomy in 1998, Anwar said this time he was well prepared with facts and documents to clear his name.

"In 1993, the police stole my diary and never returned it. We struggled to think of what happened years ago. This time, events are still fresh in my memory. There is the diary and witnesses. (Then there shouldn't be any problem for Anwar or even Wan Azizah to provide his whereabouts during the alleged incident then. Why keeping mum?)

"No way am I going to give them an easy route this time. I will fight them hard and effectively, because it is the second round of dirty conspiracy," said Anwar. (Logically, he should not even be fighting. Just give the police his alibi, and this thing would be settled once and for all. Why must he drag this matter like a bitter old bully? Why must he create more tension? Is being 'ganas' his natural trait?)

To another question, Anwar said he believed the sodomy accusation was re-used 10 years later because "they think this is the best to cause anxiety and disgust among Muslims." (Yes it is. And his reluctance to clear his name quickly disgust the Muslims even more)

He called on the police not to spring an arrest surprise, adding his lawyers had written three letters to the Inspector General of Police and the Attorney-General indicating his willingness to co-operate in the investigation. (Why would he be quick to judge that the police will arrest him? The police might arrest Saiful instead for making a false police report. That is a possibility too. But he is painting himself to be the innocent fall guy. In my books, the fall guy could be Najib while the victim is Saiful. While the winner is Pak Lah and Anwar. When I said Pak Lah, I actually meant KJ)

They have not replied until today. Take my DNA, take my hair. My hair is everywhere, except this part," said Anwar as he smiled and patted the middle part of his head.

Asked if he would lodge a police report on the death threats he received, Anwar replied, "Let's see how they investigate my report about the fabrication of evidence lodged against the IGP and the AG." He also mentioned that a former Chief Justice and a Federal Court Judge had apologised to him for the cases involving him in 1998 and 1999. (Another statement that confounded me. I nearly shouted out loud, 'for the love of God, Datuk Seri!'. Why won't he lodge a police report about the death threats and assassination attempts on his life? Is his life not that important now? It was very important 2 days ago when he hid in the Turkish embassy! The investigation on the fabrication of evidence might take months. He might not survive any assassination attempt in the future if proper precaution deriving from a police report was not implemented. We love him too much. Please make a report now. But I guess all the hired assassins had called in sick today. That was why Anwar was brave enough to be standing in front of a huge crowd in Stadium Melawati in Shah Alam tonight)

(Note: On Sunday, Anwar in his blog stated about this fabrication of evidence by the IGP and AG:

"The report has been organized by interested parties to attack me in retaliation for evidence I have recently obtained implicating IGP Musa Hassan and the AG Gani Patail in misconduct including fabrication of evidence in the cases launched against me in 1998-1999. This vile attack will not prevent me from releasing this dossier to the public."

At first I thought that the fabrication of evidence would mean that Anwar has evidence that the IGP and AG had fabricated some evidence regarding his sodomy trials in 1998. Right? This will surely land the IGP and AG in hot soup as the past 1998 allegations would certainly be a lie. But alas, he was only highlighting the trials of the then IGP – Tan Sri Rahim Noor over the beatings he received. Now I am not belittling the gravity of that situation. But please do not think that the readers are idiots. He was clearly trying to create doubts and shifting the focus)

Anwar claimed the former Chief Judge had cried and said that "they were under orders." (Will Tun Eusoff Chin verify this? His name again has been dragged into this issue. Anyway, why is this statement relevant with the current issue? Why is Anwar stalling and misdirecting? Will the current Chief Judge also be 'under the orders of the PM/DPM' if this police report be turned into a court trial? Surely with the more credible line of legal fraternity we have now in Malaysia like the Chief Justice, Zaid Ibrahim and Ian Chin, absolute justice can be dispensed to Anwar)

The Federal Court Judge, added Anwar, had passed him a message saying: "You understand la sir, please understand us, circumstances were such and nothing could be done". (Again, what is the relevance in this? Please provide the name of this judge so that we can remove any element of hearsay)

To that, he urged them to have the courage to publicly state their case. (If he has brains and sincere enough in proving his innocence, he should have made, long time ago, a police report about this 'corrupted Chief Justice and Federal Court judge instead! Why stop at 'urging'?)

"How do I declare a private conversation between me and a former Chief Judge who told me he had no choice; and in order to save the judiciary he had to do it," said the PKR de facto leader. (By making an affidavit obviously. Or at least, swear on the Quran – mainly to appease the disillusioned PAS members)

Commenting on his two-day stay at the Turkish Embassy, Anwar lambasted the Government for creating an issue over the invite.

"Anyone in their right mind will know it is not possible for me to enter the Turkish Embassy without permission in this high profile case," he said.

He thanked the Turkish ambassador, Prime Minister and its people for hosting him.

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So there you go. My niggling doubts. In my opinion, this press conference brings more confusion to the readers. It could either be the fault of the reporter, or Anwar himself drank too much Turkish coffee. Thanks and goodnight.

By the way, tonight's highly recommended good reading material and its near relevance to this article are :

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Eusoff ChinMohd Eusoff Chin

DISGRACE#01 Mohd Eusoff Chin, Chief Justice of Malaysia from 1994 – 2000, subjected himself to the worst kind of corruption, by 'tagging' along lawyer V.K. Lingam on a family vacation in New Zealand in 1994. He subsequently lied to the Royal Commission of Inquiry on the Lingam tape scandal.

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DISGRACE#04 Ridwan bin Ibrahim, currently judicial commissioner of Ipoh high court, participated in the aftermath of Perak state coup by Najib Tun Razak. He first created the stir when he infamously ruled that five lawyers appointed by Perak State Speaker V. Sivakumar had no locus standi to represent Sivakumar. The astonishing ruling forced Sivakumar to be unrepresented effectively, as his ruling also stated that Sivakumar can only be represented by the state legal advisor, who has been shown to be colluding with the illegal menteri besar Zambry.

Ramly bin Hj AliRamly bin Hj Ali

DISGRACE#05 Ramly bin Hj Ali, currently a judge at the Court of Appeal, took side on the Perak MB vs. MB on May 12, 2009 when he alone heard the appeal from BN menteri besar Zambry and granted him stay of execution on the High Court ruling, which declared Nizar as the legitimate menteri besar. Ramly's hearing the appeal alone was a serious departure from the norm of the Court of Appeal, which hears cases in panel of at least three judges.

Balia Yusof bin Haji WahiBalia Yusof bin Haji Wahi

DISGRACE#06 Balia Yusof bin Haji Wahi, currently a judge at Kuala Lumpur high court, dismissed on Apr 1, 2009, Perak state assembly speaker V. Sivakumar's application to strike out summons by brought by the three independent assemblymen, seeking a declaration that Sivakumar's order to declare their assembly seats vacant was illegal.

Balia Yusof's decision is a stark violation of the very fundamental of separations of powers, where proceedings in the Legislative Assembly of any State cannot be intervened by the court.

Alauddin bin Mohd. SheriffAlauddin bin Mohd. Sheriff

DISGRACE#07 Alauddin bin Mohd. Sheriff, currently president of the Court of Appeal, ruled on Apr 16, 2009 that Perak Assembly Speaker V Sivakumar does not have the power to suspend Mentri Besar Datuk Zambry Abd Kadir and six state executive council members from attending the assembly. It is a decision that was made in blatant defiance of Article 72 (1) of the Federal Constitution which says,"The validity of any proceedings in the Legislative Assembly of any State shall not be questioned in any court".

Arifin bin ZakariaArifin bin Zakaria

DISGRACE#08 Arifin bin Zakaria, currently Chief Judge of Malaya, ruled on Apr 16, 2009 that Perak Assembly Speaker V Sivakumar does not have the power to suspend Mentri Besar Datuk Zambry Abd Kadir and six state executive council members from attending the assembly. It is a decision that was made in blatant defiance of Article 72 (1) of the Federal Constitution which says,"The validity of any proceedings in the Legislative Assembly of any State shall not be questioned in any court".

Zulkefli bin Ahmad MakinudinZulkefli bin Ahmad Makinudin

DISGRACE#09 Zulkefli bin Ahmad Makinudin, currently Federal Court judge, ruled on Apr 16, 2009 that Perak Assembly Speaker V Sivakumar does not have the power to suspend Mentri Besar Datuk Zambry Abd Kadir and six state executive council members from attending the assembly. It is a decision that was made in blatant defiance of Article 72 (1) of the Federal Constitution which says,"The validity of any proceedings in the Legislative Assembly of any State shall not be questioned in any court".

Nik Hashim Nik Ab. RahmanNik Hashim Nik Ab. Rahman

DISGRACE#10 Nik Hashim Nik Ab. Rahman, former Federal Court judge, ruled on Apr 16, 2009 that Perak Assembly Speaker V Sivakumar does not have the power to suspend Mentri Besar Datuk Zambry Abd Kadir and six state executive council members from attending the assembly. It is a decision that was made in blatant defiance of Article 72 (1) of the Federal Constitution which says,"The validity of any proceedings in the Legislative Assembly of any State shall not be questioned in any court".

Mohd Zaki bin Md. YasinMohd Zaki bin Md. Yasin

DISGRACE#11 Mohd Zaki bin Md. Yasin, currently judge at Shah Alam High Court, presided the mock trial of Altantuya murder case, which eventually acquitted Abdul Razak Baginda, a close associate of then deputy prime minister Najib Tun Razak,

given for objections.
New chapter in PKFZ saga
IN THE many years of covering the
magistrates' and sessions courts, the
sharp-eyed journalist never misses a
thing. When the poor man is charged,
he'll have an entourage of friends and
family who come in motorcycles or
those who use public transport. When
VIPs and titled ones are charged, there's
always a convoy of luxury cars. Yesterday,
the road leading to the courthouse
in Klang was lined with Protons and
Peroduas. Even the "humble" Lexus, a
familiar sight in proceedings elsewhere,
was missing. So were the Beamers, the
Mercs, the Porsches and the odd Aston
Martin. Perhaps, it was in Singapore for
its quarterly oil change and service.
Another observation that journalists
always make has got to do with the treatment
of the accused, even before they
are formally charged. Those about to be
charged with petty theft are brought into
the dock in cuffs via a fl ight of stairs from
the police lock-up below. In some cases,
they get down direct from the Black
Maria to the dock, most of the time in
pairs. Even after they are charged and a
trial date is set, they are sent from the
dock back to the lock-up while their bail
papers are processed. In between, the
mata-mata on duty admonish anyone
who seeks to speak with the accused.
"Tak boleh cakap! Bila dapat jamin, baru
boleh cakap" is often-heard cry.
Such scenes were non-existent in
the otherwise sedate proceedings when
Phang Oi Choo @ Phang Ai Tu, 63, and
two others were charged at the sessions
court in Klang yesterday. "Who's that?"
many would want to ask. But to those
who have been following the saga of the
Port Klang Authority and the Port Klang
Free Zone (PKFZ), it may ring a bell.
OC Phang, the former general manager
of PKA also goes by these names,
according to the charge sheets. The
three charges of criminal breach of trust
involving about RM263 million were read
out in just over a minute. The seats reserved
for the media were fully taken up,
forcing journalists in the public gallery
to share benches with some past and
present PKA staff who had come to witness
what one described as a "historic"
occasion.
Now that formal charges have been
preferred, many will rejoice that this
newspaper's fi ve-year "affair" with the
PKFZ will come to an end. They will cite
rules of sub judice fearing those who put
pen to paper on an issue already in court
will end up behind bars for contempt.
Really?
Just because three people have been
charged on offences related to the PKFZ,
it does not mean that it's the end of the
story. On the contrary, just as the Attorney-
General told a press conference
in Putrajaya, "it's just the beginning"
because there's so much more that has
yet to materialise. The reams of paper
that contained reports produced by
four separate committees and which
cost taxpayers several millions cannot
be written off by just charging three
people.
There are many other major actors
– perhaps bigger fi sh – who have been
lurking in the shadows believing their silhouettes
will never be recognised. There
are others who believe their wealth will
help them and there are also those who
think their "connections" and "cables"
will beam them up out of trouble.
Not exactly. The voice of the citizens
of this country who will collectively be
out of pocket by more than RM12 billion
with little to show have been heard. The
message is loud and clear – no nonsense
will be brooked. And even the shadows
on the wall and the big fi sh in the ocean
must be shattered as
the sound reverberates
in their respective surroundings.
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by R. Nadeswaran

Once the justice system is irreparably damaged, then, the darker side of jealousy or opportunists will creep beyond the less fortunate onto other innocent parties like you and me. This will be because if the institutions of the nation are able to manipulate our country's democratic rights without any consequences, then, our enemies or disenchanted acquaintances will be able to do an "Anwar" or "Kugan" on you if they so choose and can afford it or have good contact to execute it!

Nobody will be safe if we do not stand up and voice out our opposition to gross manipulation of our democratic system underpinned by our pillars of democracy. The politicians are very sensitive to public opinions and when the public overwhelmingly demands that they stop destroying our democracy, they will have no choice but to follow suit because every citizen holds the power to send them to oblivion through the ballot boxes.

Make use of your voice and your vote!

Charge Saiful for making a false report and causing all the trouble. Send him to jail to share with perverts so that he can fulfill his dream TIME: Circa 2006 LOCATION: THE UNITED STATESof TANAH MELAYU

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The Curtains are raised and we see a darkened stage. Lights fade in. The scene begins in "THE WAR ROOM" a shadowy enclave hidden deep in the recesses of the nation's Pentagon complex. A cool, chic black wooden conference table (Looks at the audience right before he says – ), made in Japan, sits in the middle of the football shaped room replete with a highly advanced, 360 degree, virtual reality digital map of the World adorning all sides of the room. A dimly lit light, (Looks at the audience), made in Korea hangs from the ceiling creating a dark, shadowy "war room-esque" atmosphere. There is also a mechanical horsie (Looks at the audience), Made in Mexico, located in the "play" corner. This notorious room is used by the nation's political dignitaries only when discussing the most urgent, pressing matters of national security.

discussing the most urgent, pressing matters of national security.

10 years ago it was Mahathir-Anwar saga, and now it is Najib-Anwar the main actors. Lets look back 10 years ago. Before Anwar was sent to prison, TDM went a way for more than 2 months, and DSAI was the acting PM. Then the financial crisis hit us. One thing lead to another, TDM made a 180 degree turn, DSAI was fired, and the rest is history.
DSAI was not the first to go against TDM. Musa and Tengku Razaleigh did that in the 80s. They were not sent to prison. But why TDM wanted to "KILL" DSAI? What really happened back then? Why each time TDM opened his mouth, BSKL took a bitting? But each time DSAI said something, BSKL gained? What really happened back then? And then Al-Gore pulled a stunt when he came to Malaysia for the APEC dinner. To much unanswered questions, and now, we are saying DSAI is the right person for our next PM? Come on guys, lets get back to basic… WHY TDM wanted to "KILL" DSAI?
In a CIVILIZED society where the rule of law prevails the State Prosecution will not proceed with any charges without evidence knowing full well the judge will throw out the case. Can Malaysia show the world it is civilized and that the rule of law prevails here?
The news media reported that the AG already had a medical examination and CCTV footage for the trial. All it takes is another Paul Augustine and a semblance of (manufactured) "evidence". It would be a forgone conclusion.
We have seen enough in the last few years and right up to the last few weeks to not expect any qualms or decency from Najis and his cohorts. Mahathir never bothered about world opinion, basic human decency or the rakyat's feelings and Najis would similarly not be perturbed.
I would be pleasantly surprised if the DSAI's striking off action was granted or the case against DSAI withdrawn for lack of evidence.
Yes, drop the charges. Charge Saiful instead for making a false report and causing all the trouble. Send him to jail to share with perverts so that he can fulfill his dream of being a sodomy victim.
To me the Government always think
They are the almighty,
The rakyat is nobody,
The police are their boot-lick boys
And so is the judiciary,
Water cannons to fan off the rakyat's fury,
The rakyat most of whom they want to bury,
So that UMNO can survive eternally
The Najis will not let the sodomy matter go! They will create more lies, fabricate evidence and get the corrupt judges to convict Anwar. Anwar, like many others in the opposition will be silenced. The UMNO goons has the power and resources at their disposal to do just that. Anwar will not stand a chance. As long as UMNO is in power the rakyat will be crushed. There is no justice in Malaysia until the UMNO goons are toppled.
Writer: "How about dropping the charges against DSAI now that there is evidence that Saifool was never buggered?"
Najib: "Hello…since we can misinterpret the constitution, we can also misinterpret the [beep] hospital report!"
Writer: "Isn't that illegal and a miscarriage of justice?"
Najib: "Who said anything about a [beep] fair trial?"
Writer: "What about the wasted expenses and court time?"
Najib: "We are rich! In fact we are so stinking rich that a million Ringgit is but spare change."
Writer: "But we are talking about the country's money."
Najib: "So what's the [beep] bloody difference? You born yesterday?"
Writer: "This means that you are proceeding even when evidence shows otherwise."
Najib: "What evidence? You mean that bloody [beep] report?" The Health minister has just been ordered to eat that bloody [beep] report. We are going to do another report, comprendo?"
Writer: "Isn't this fabrication of evidence illegal?"
Najib: "Not the first time and won't be the last time. What's your [beep] problem?"
we can make some money." I got very upset. Then he said, "Relax. Why don't you say that you brought some girls and boys for him."
Fernando: Did you provide limousine services to Dato' Seri Anwar?
Jamal: Yes, every time he visited Washington DC.
Fernando: Did you yourself drive these VIP's around?
Jamal: Yes.
Fernando: In September 1998 did you go to the Malaysian Embassy in Washington?
Jamal: Yes, I did.
Fernando: Did you meet a Malaysian diplomat by the name of Mustapha Ong?
Jamal: Yes.
Fernando: During that meeting what transpired?
Jamal: He asked me to go to New York for business.
Fernando: When?
Jamal: The following day, at 6.00 am.
Fernando: In your limousine?
Jamal: No, in my private car, a Cadillac.
Fernando: What transpired during the journey?
Jamal: We drove off and just before the Delaware Bridge, he asked me if Dato' Seri Anwar had made any sexual passes at me. I told him, "You must be joking!" Then he said, "You can make some money."
He told me, "If you can say that he made sexual advances at you, we can make some money." I got very upset. Then he said, "Relax. Why don't you say that you brought some girls and boys for him."
I said, "Look here Mr Ong, leave me alone; I don't care about Malaysia, I don't care about nobody right now. We are going to New York for business. Let's finish the business and I don't want to hear the subject no more!"
When we drove on New York, he tried to convince me further and in the meantime I was thinking to myself, do I know two Anwar Ibrahim? He (Ong) told me, "There is a videotape in Malaysia everybody by now knows Anwar Ibrahim from the videotape; why don't you say so."
I said if you have a videotape, why the heck do you want me for?" He replied, "So that the Americans will know too!
When we arrived in New York, I dropped him off at a diplomat's apartment. I think it was on the 13th street, East Side. The Malaysian diplomat came down holding a very small booklet and passed it on to Mustapha Ong and they were talking in Malay. I did not understand them. Ong put his hand on my shoulder, trying to convince me to spend the night there. I refused. I wanted to go back to Washington. Mustapha showed me the booklet and asked, "Why dont't you sign this and we can make up to US$ 200,000. Don't be crazy."
I said: "You are looking at the most crazy man in the world. That's me." And I told him: "You change the name from Jamal to Mustapha Ong and say that Anwar Ibrahim made sexual passes … made love to you. Say anything and you make the money!" I then said, "Have a good day!"
I left and went back to Washington DC … straight. Then I went to see the Malaysian Ambassador, one Dato' Dali.
I told Dato' Dali what transpired during the journey. He was very upset. He said, "Jamal, I assure you I have nothing to do with it. The Embassy has nothing to do with it." And he was very upset; I could see the fire on his face. He said, "You should have slapped him on the face." I said, "I should have done that."
He told me to forget the whole thing. Three months passed and the whole thing kept coming to my mind. I wanted to get if off my chest. I went to see one Sheikh Thahar, a friend of Dato' Seri Anwar.
He is the president of an Islamic University in Northern Virginia. Leaders from all over the world go to see him. He is a friend of Faruqi (a world-reknown Islamic scholar). I made three attempts to see him but was not successful. Then I made a phone call. I told him I wanted to see him. He said, "What for." I told him, with respect to Dato' Seri Anwar. "How fast can you come?" he said.
Subsequently I drove down from Washington and met him at 2 pm. I told him what happened. He told me, "Why don't you see the Malaysian Ambassador." I told him I had seen him (the Ambassador) three months previously. He said, "I will get in touch with you tomorrow". The next day, he phoned me and asked me if it was okay with me, I could make an affidavit before a lawyer about what happened.
Then I said to him, "What you want me to do, I will gladly do." I went with his son to see a lawyer and told the lawyer what happened and he wrote it down. The lawyer asked me if I was prepared to take a lie-detector test. I said, "If you want me to take a lie-detector test, I take a lie-detector test, if you want to put me to sleep I'll go to sleep."
Fernando: Did you sign an affidavit?
Jamal: Yes. Then I left.
Fernando: Then what happened?
Jamal: I think Sheikh Thahar got in touch with somebody in Malaysia subsequently. Then Sheikh Thahar asked me, "Are you willing to go to Malaysia if you can." I said, " I am willing, if I can." Sheikh Thahar thought I was afraid. I said, " I am not afraid of anyone. I have fear only for God."
Fernando: Did Sheikh Thahar say anything about religion?
Jamal: He said, "If you shut out the truth, you are the devil's brother!"
Fernando: Did Dato' Seri Anwar make any passes at you or sodomise you at any time?
Jamal: No sir, he did not, he never did and never will!
Fernando: So this man wanted you to fabricate this evidence, did he not?
Jamal: I think so.
Fernando: On the way to New York from Washington, did Ong ask you to meet anybody or propose to meet anybody?
Jamal: Yes, he did.
Fernando: What did he say to you?
Jamal: He asked me to meet somebody from Abdullah Badawi's staff so that I can collect the money but I refused.
Fernando: Why did he want you to see somebody from Abdullah Badawi's staff?
Jamal: I understood, by that, if I say what they wanted me to say, I will get the money.
Fernando then told the court that Anwar was placed in a most unusual situation where the defence had to prove his innocence instead of the prosecution having to prove his guilt.
THE CORRIDORS OF POWER
Raja Petra Kamarudin
The burden of proof is on the prosecution but was shifted to the defence instead
An accused person is not required to prove his innocence. Instead, his accusers have to prove his guilt. In Anwar Ibrahim's case, however, he was placed in an unenviable position of having to prove his innocence.
Anwar was charged for 'committing sodomy one night, at 7.45pm, between 1 January 1993 and 31 March 1993'. Even with such a wide and vague charge, Anwar still managed to provide alibis for all those 90 days except one.
Yet, the judge still insisted that Anwar had not established his alibi. But the judge was not able to say which one of those 90 days Anwar's alibi had not been established.
"All an accused person has to do is to create reasonable doubt," said Christopher Fernando. "He does not have to prove anything or establish his defence beyond a reasonable doubt."
"He is not required to prove anything conclusively with respect to his defence of alibi. But the judge held he had to and the he had not proved it 'conclusively'."
"Conclusive proof is a standard even higher than beyond reasonable doubt."
Fernando then told the court that Anwar was placed in a most unusual situation where the defence had to prove his innocence instead of the prosecution having to prove his guilt.
"This is most unusual; alien to the law," argued Fernando
"All Dato' Seri Anwar had to do was to raise reasonable doubt."
"Between 4 February and 31 March 1993, Dato' Seri Anwar managed to establish his alibi, except for 19 February 1993, said the judge."
"There was no rebuttal at all by the prosecution to counter Dato' Seri Anwar's alibi."
"The prosecution failed to observe this very basic principle of law."
"Dato' Seri Anwar had to prove he was not in the Tivoli Villa in the 90 days between 1 January and 31 March 1993."
"Instead, it should have been the prosecution's task to prove that he was there."
The burden of proof was on the prosecution, argued Fernando. But in Anwar's case it was the other way around.
"In spite of the monumental task to prove Dato' Seri Anwar was not there (Tivoli Villa) the defence still managed to do so."
"Yet the judge still insisted the defence did not establish his alibi."
"But the judge did not say which one day over the 90 days the alibi was not established."
"From 1 January 1993 to 3 February 1993 the apartment was under renovation."
"So, from 4 February 1993 onwards, the alibi needs to be proven, and it was proven."
"Witnesses were brought to testify and documents submitted to support the alibi."
"The judge's mind was cluttered. He was very confused and could not see the wood for the trees."
"Tivoli Villa was not occupied. It had no furniture and was under renovation and the prosecution never rebutted this alibi."
"The prosecution said Sukma had free access to the apartment but this was never proven."
Azizan Abu Bakar had testified that he had been sodomised in the Tivoli Villa and that the act had taken place on a bed in a fully-furnished apartment, complete with carpets and all. He further testified that the act had taken place prior to 1993.
The defence, in turn, managed to prove that the apartment was under renovation from 1 January 1993 to 3 February 1993, and that from 4 February 1993 to 31 March 1993 Anwar was never in the apartment.
"The judge tried to buttress the evidence. He was trying to prop up a case that was so weak and unconvincing."
"He said Azizan's evidence is as strong as the Rock of Gibraltar."
"Preposterous is too mild a word to use."
"No judge in the history of this nation has gone this far to build up the credibility of a witness such as this – a witness who has no credibility whatsoever."
Fernando explained that if there is any benefit of the doubt, it should have been given to the accused, not the prosecution. Instead, it was the opposite in Dato' Seri Anwar's case.
"This is a basic fundamental principle of law."
"Azizan should have been impeached. This is not difficult as clearly he lied."
"If Azizan had been impeached, the hearing would have ended then and there as the entire trial hinged on Azizan's testimony."
Shafee Abdullah: Fixing Anwar Ibrahim and Finishing Off Raja Petra
SHAFEE ABDULLAH: FIXING ANWAR IBRAHIM
In this special police operations centre in Umno lawyer Shafee Abdullah's law firm is a whiteboard and on this whiteboard are two names: Anwar Ibrahim and Raja Petra Kamarudin. Below these two names are all sorts of notes, scribblings and etchings.
Very troubling reports have been published, which reveal the existence of a medical report of an examination done by a doctor on Mohd Saiful Bukhari bin Azlan a few hours before Saiful lodged a police report that he had been sodomised. The medical report apparently shows that there is no evidence that he had been sodomised by anyone.
Such reports raise some very serious questions that require immediate answers:
(1) Are the police in possession of such a medical report?
(2) Was the doctor concerned interviewed by the police and was he detained for any length of time?
(3) Is the doctor concerned facing any form of intimidation and, if so, by whom?
(4) Is there a medical report by another doctor that either confirms or contradicts the first medical report?
(5) If it is true that the medical report exists showing a lack of prima facie evidence, what then could have been the justification for the vigorous actions taken against Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim as well as the public call by the authorities for his DNA sample?
The answers to these questions are of paramount importance, as they bring into focus the integrity of our law enforcement system.
These latest disclosures regarding the investigations into the sodomy allegations are not the only ones to raise questions that need answering. There is, for example, also the issue of P. Balasubramaniam's abrupt "disappearance" that has yet to be satisfactorily explained. No one can deny that the circumstances of his first and second statutory declarations are highly unusual. All these show a pattern of events that cause much disquiet to right-thinking members of the public.
The Malaysian people are deeply troubled. A country that truly believes in the rule of law should not be faced with so many disturbing developments and unanswered questions.
The credibility of the Malaysian justice system as a whole is therefore at stake. The integrity of professionals, be they doctors or lawyers, must never be interfered with. The public must be left in no doubt that the criminal justice system in this country will not be misused or abused. There must be nothing less than an open and thorough investigation into these cases. This calls for the courage and professionalism of all those involved to do the right thing no matter the consequences. And those who have shown such courage and integrity must know that they live in a country where it is safe to do so.
Dato' Ambiga Sreenevasan
President
Malaysian Bar
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What Ambiga said in her press statement above is certainly true and she has cause for concern. But she would be even more concerned if she knows what we know about this whole matter.
A special police operations centre was set up some time ago to coordinate all activities related to the Anwar Ibrahim sodomy crisis. No, the special police operations centre was not set up AFTER the alleged sodomy act took place on 26 June 2008. It was set up way before 26 June 2008.
Why the need to set up a special police operations centre BEFORE the date of the alleged sodomy act? Are they clairvoyant and did they peep into their crystal ball and 'see' the crime happen before it actually happened? Was the special police operations centre set up so that they could solve the crime? Or was the special police operations centre set up BEFORE the date of the 'crime' so that they could invent the so-called crime?
Yes, questions and yet more questions. But this is not yet the icing on the cake. The icing on the cake is that this special police operations centre is not located in the police headquarters. It is located in the meeting room of the office of prominent Umno lawyer Shafee Abdullah who possesses a notorious reputation for fixing cases such as those involving the people implicated in murdering Altantuya Shaariibuu or those alleged to have pinched the bottoms of cigar girls in the Havana Club in Kuala Lumpur.
Name me any questionable case and you will find the hand of Shafee Abdullah behind that case. And this same person is coordinating the Anwar Ibrahim sodomy allegation from the meeting room of his law office in Kenny Hills.
There are four police officers headed by an officer name Aziz who are based in this special police operations centre in the meeting room of Shafee Abdullah's law firm. But why are they based in an Umno lawyer's office instead of in the police headquarters? Is this an official police operation or is this a rogue operation? Yes, we have watched many Hollywood movies about the CIA's Dirty Tricks Department. Have Shafee Abdullah and the Royal Malaysian Police also seen the same movie? It appears so because the special police operations centre in Umno lawyer Shafee Abdullah's law firm looks like a plot out of these movies.
In this special police operations centre in Umno lawyer Shafee Abdullah's law firm is a whiteboard and on this whiteboard are two names: Anwar Ibrahim and Raja Petra Kamarudin. Below these two names are all sorts of notes, scribblings and etchings. There are also charts and strategies on how both Anwar Ibrahim and Raja Petra Kamarudin can be implicated in various crimes and incarcerated until their teeth fall out of their gums.
Yes, the police report to Umno lawyer Shafee Abdullah. And Shafee Abdullah coordinates this special police operation with the IGP and AG. And the purpose of this special police operations centre in the meeting room of Umno lawyer Shafee Abdullah's law firm is to explore how to incarcerate Anwar Ibrahim and Raja Petra Kamarudin. And the special police operations centre has to be in Umno lawyer Shafee Abdullah's office and not in the police headquarters because, officially, the IGP and AG are not involved in the Anwar sodomy case, as announced by Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi.
Shafee Abdullah is no ordinary man. In fact, he is not even a man; he is a devil. But he is Malaysia's first and foremost sodomologist, a specialist in crimes of sodomy. And that is why the Pusrawi doctor's report was rejected. He is just a normal doctor, a GP, argued the government. The prognosis of a normal doctor can't be accepted as evidence in a sodomy case, never mind if he has been practicing medicine for two decades or more. They need the prognosis of a sodomy specialist, a sodomologist, and Shafee Abdullah is Malaysia's first and foremost sodomologist.
That is why Senior Assistant Commissioner (SAC) II Mohd Rodwan Mohd Yusof did not meet Saiful in the police station or at the police headquarters. The special police operations centre is not in the police station or at the police headquarters. It is in the meeting room of Umno lawyer Shafee Abdullah's law firm. So it would be dangerous to meet Saiful in this law firm lest someone finds out. That is why Rodwan met Saiful in room 619 of the Concorde Hotel.
Okay, so Rodwan met Saiful one day before the alleged crime took place. But then maybe Rodwan is clairvoyant or he has a crystal ball and he 'saw' that a crime of sodomy was going to take place the following day. Some people do have this gift of 'foresight'. Nevertheless, whether the timeline appears a bit out of sync or not, they still have the 'evidence' to work on to 'prove' that Anwar did sodomise Saiful the day AFTER Saiful met Rodwan in room 619 of the Concorde Hotel.
One such crucial evidence was supposed to be the doctor from Pusrawi's medical examination of Saiful at 2.00pm on Saturday, 28 June 2008. But then the doctor said that he had examined Saiful and found no evidence of sodomy. This report has since surfaced and the doctor has gone missing so, now, there is no way they can use this evidence.
The next evidence was supposed to be the second medical examination done at the Hospital Kuala Lumpur (HKL) at 4.00pm on Saturday, 28 June 2008. But then the outpatient department of the HKL was closed at 4.00pm on Saturday, 28 June 2008. So how could a second medical examination have been done? Yes, that's right. No second medical examination was done and the doctors at the HKL refuse to doctor a medical report to say that the second medical examination had been done, when none had been done, or to say that they did find evidence of sodomy, when they did not.
Since none of the doctors at Pusrawi or HKL are cooperating with the police, the last piece of 'evidence' will have to be Saiful's underwear. Okay, Saiful's underwear does not really have Anwar's semen stains on it. But this is a small matter. As long as someone from the Chemistry Department is prepared to testify that they did examine Saiful's underwear and they did find Anwar's semen stains on it, then that would be good enough. They will be able to build their case against Anwar and charge him for sodomy based on this 'evidence' from the Chemistry Department.
No, the Chemistry Department has NOT come out with their report yet. There is no report from the Chemistry Department that says they found Anwar's semen stains on Saiful's underwear. This is because they first of all need Anwar's specimen so that they can plant it on the underwear and so that the Chemistry Department can then 'discover' it.
But Anwar is being bloody silly. He is being extremely pigheaded and stubborn. He refuses to hand over his specimen. How can they plant Anwar's semen on Saiful's underwear when Anwar refuses to let them take his specimen? The Chemistry Department can't prepare its report saying that it found Anwar's semen on Saiful's underwear until the police are able to plant it there. But Anwar does not want to voluntarily hand over his specimen so this plan is being upset a bit.
But never mind. As soon as Parliament convenes later this month they will rush through a new law that will make it mandatory for you to hand over your specimen if the police demands that you do so. Refusing to hand over your specimen when the police demand you do so will soon become a crime and you can be sent to jail. They will try to pass this law before Merdeka Day of 31 August 2008 and they will try to backdate the law and make it retrospective so that any 'crime' committed before the passing of this law will also be covered.
Soon they will get Anwar once the DNA Act becomes law and Anwar can no longer refuse to hand over his specimen. Then, once they have obtained Anwar's specimen, the Chemistry Department will be able to 'discover' it on Saiful's underwear. Then they will be able to arrest and charge Anwar. And, who knows, they might even be able to convict him as well.
Yes, this Shafee Abdullah the sodomologist is good. He has names, charts, notes, scribbling and etchings all over his whiteboard in the meeting room of his law firm. This meeting room has been the special police operations centre for quite a while now. It was set up long before the alleged sodomy crime took place on 26 June 2008. It was set up not to solve the sodomy crime. It was set up to create the crime.
But, thus far, they lack one very crucial piece of evidence. They lack Anwar's specimen that they need to plant on Saiful's underwear. But they will get it as soon as the new DNA Act becomes law and they can use this law to force Anwar to hand over his specimen. Then Anwar is finished and they can close down the special police operations centre in the meeting room of Umno lawyer Shafee Abdullah's law firm and once again use this meeting room for fixing legal cases.
POSTED BY THE TAXIDRIVER786 AT 5:01 AM

On February 10, the Supreme Court threw out yet another petition seeking to reinstate L K Advani as an accused in the trial of the conspiracy to demolish Babri Masjid. This is despite a host of circumstances pointing to the probability of Advani, NDA's prime ministerial candidate in the upcoming election, being involved in the conspiracy. Not the least of which was his notorious rath yatra in the run-up to the demolition. And the testimony of the IPS officer in charge of his security, Anju Gupta, stating that his speech on the spot minutes before the demolition had added fuel to the fire.
On February 13, in the first of the Nithari serial killing cases to be decided, a trial court pronounced death sentence on Moninder Singh Pandher for a murder that took place when he was far away in Australia. And for the murder of a girl who he did not even know. As the prosecution admitted, there was no evidence to suggest that it was at Pandher's instance that his servant Surender Koli had raped and killed 14-year-old Rimpa Haldar, the victim who lived in a slum near his house. Yet, Pandher was held to be a conspirator mainly because his sexual profligacy was found to have brought out depravity in his servant.
The two interpretations of criminal conspiracy could not have been more different: ultra liberal in the case of Advani and stretched in the case of Pandher. Neither interpretation seems justified in the given facts and circumstances. Both the interpretations raise questions about the rigor and detachment with which the judiciary at all levels performs its job.

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The new Umno dilemma

Posted: 15 Dec 2009 08:01 AM PST


Kaypo Anak Sarawak is a Columnist  of  Hermit Hornbill at The Borneo Post Online , His article is  published  in The Borneo Post every Sunday. (Used by permission of the Author )

ONE gets the feeling that the political ground in Malaysian national politics is going through a quiet but radical and fundamental shift; there is now a serious challenge to the many assumptions of the politics of race by an increasing number of citizens of all races.

Ever since the independence of the Federation of Malaya in 1957 and the formation of Malaysia in 1963, observers and academics who have made their career by studying and writing books on Malaysian politics have always asserted their assumption that politics in Malaysia was forever condemned to be communal.

Even among voters, the great majority of them had long subscribed to the appeal of communal political parties for racial unity for a long time past. For many decades now, they responded to the call to be united under a single-race party so as to give the party greater negotiating leverage within the ruling Barisan Nasional Coalition.

The primordial emotive and visceral power of racial slogans has allowed Umno, MCA, and MIC a gridlock on political power in West Malaysia, and therefore the nation.

Then something previously unthinkable happened; 60 years after independence, voters were voting across racial and religious lines in droves and in silent unison in the general election last year, and the invincible BN lost power in five states and their two-third majority in Parliament.

The series of dramatic events and by-elections after the general election proved that this shift of voter-sentiment has not been a fluke. All of a sudden, the grand narrative of the politics of race is no longer politically correct.

The latest controversy over the civic course run by the Biro Tatanegara (BTN) — a body under the Prime Minister's Department — is a perfect example in point.

It started when a Malay Menteri Besar of a Malay state, Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim of Selangor, openly forbade the civil servants within his state jurisdiction and students in his state educational institutions to attend the BTN course, on the grounds that the course is divisive and too racial in nature.

Immediately, a flood of horror stories surged through the media, especially on blogs and Internet news portals, as former participants of past BTN courses retold how they were taught to vilify opponents of the ruling parties — including Tengku Razali Hamzah when he was in the Semangat 46 — as well as accepting the ideology of Malay Dominance.

The response from Umno leading lights is extremely confusing and self-contradictory, to say the least.

The immediate reaction from the Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin was that there is nothing wrong with the BTN courses, while the Minister in the Prime Minister's Department Datuk Mohd Nazri Abdul Aziz announced the cabinet decision that the BTN course would be revamped to reflect the 1Malaysia spirit touted by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak.

As if the Umno water was not murky enough, the vocal and acerbic former prime minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad came out in defence of the BTN, drawing an angry response from Nazri that Tun Mahathir is "a bloody racist" and the "father of racism".

This started a spat of name calling between the two, with Tun Dr Mahathir describing Umno as a 'racist' party, while Nazri calling it "the most stupid statement I have heard in my life".

This sort of open and acrimonious rift between the leading Umno luminaries was quite unheard of in the past, and has now become common public debacle, indicating some confusion and disagreement among Umno top leaders as regards to the future political direction for Umno to take in these uncertain times of transition.

Nazri is one of those younger generation of Umno leaders who do not have the Umno old timers' emotional baggage and addiction to the Malay nationalist narrative so typified by Tun Dr Mahathir book, 'The Malay Dilemma'. He is probably aware of the radical shift among the Malay grassroots, as Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) and PAS gain new support among rural and urban Malay votes.

As a lawyer, Nazri is also probably more sympathetic to such democratic concepts as human rights and rule of law.

The sort of racially-tinged messages taught in BTN courses, as revealed by former participants of those courses, go against modern concepts of human rights and rule of law.

Apart from the dissenting voice of Tengku Razaleigh, who opined that the BTN courses should be scrapped altogether, none of Nazri's Umno cabinet colleagues have come to his support.

In contrast, there seems to be more Umno top leaders who opt for the continuation of the old BTN business as usual.

Meanwhile, the Umno-owned Malay language daily Utusan Malaysia continues to churn out highly inflammatory articles and editorials, taking swipes at opposition figures with racially stereotypic statements.

It would appear as if Umno has given up any chance of resurgence and revival on the part of MCA, MIC, and Gerakan in West Malaysia, and has taken a deliberate move to withdraw into its conservative nationalist past. This option was discussed by a meeting of Umno heads of divisions, though no definitive decisions were arrived at.

When Umno is under siege from all sides, with their rule in Kuala Lumpur guaranteed only by their BN fixed deposit in Sarawak and Sabah only, it is tempting for them to withdraw into the comfort zone of their nationalist past.

But the Malay world in Peninsular Malaysia has changed irreversibly.

Many members of the Malay working and middle class are financially independent from the institutions of state.

Some may have harboured the perception that all that affirmative programmes are but excuses for crony capitalism to thrive at the expense of the national coffers and real people-friendly development programmes.

Judging from the fierce competition for support of the Malay voters between Umno, PKR, and PAS, the power of the myth of Malay unity may have been debunked forever.

After 60 years of independence, rapid socioeconomic development, mass education right up to the university level, an exodus of rural urban drift, and the emergence of a vibrant urban Malay middle class, the Malay community has been transformed beyond recognition.

The surge of Internet communication in the last decade or so has also created the space for new Malay consciousness to explore their ethnic and religious identity, their fulfilment in their roles as individuals, and the complexity and sensitivity of their life was never dreamt of by their forebears.

Meanwhile, they share the same challenges with their Chinese and Indian counterparts in the urban habitat.

Everyday, they have to struggle through the bumper-to-bumper monster traffic jam, face the same possibility of being mugged by snatch thieves, grind their teeth at the spiralling prices of daily necessities at the same supermarkets, and worry about their children's higher education some time down the lane.

In fact, these New Malays are more likely to share the sentiments of moral outrage with their urban Chinese and Indian counterparts as they read daily newspapers and net news portals on corruption in high places, among the institutions of state which are meant to promote the Umno idea of Malay dominance in all things Malaysian.

In short, the Malay community in West Malaysia is now perched at a confused crossroad in more ways than one, and Umno does not seem wary of it, as is evidenced by their insistence on the continuation of the BTN courses.

In the end, as any ethnic community evolves and moves forward, many solutions to the old problems create new problems of their own.

Any good management gurus will tell you that you have to constantly be on your toes to anticipate these new problems and be innovative to devise solutions for them even long before they appear.

Change is the only law in this fast changing world. Those who are not able to anticipate change, adapt to change, and even manage the pace and tone of change, will be left behind in the dustbin of history.

Even on the small issue of the BTN courses, Umno has proven once again they are in denial mode in their oblivion to the drastic change to the political climate in Malaysia.

The Umno president and Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak is now busy overseas on his many foreign sojourns.

Even a small issue like the BTN affair is a Herculean task waiting for his immediate attention. He has coined the new slogan of 1Malaysia, against which the BTN courses run contradictory.

How will he decide as the Umno and BN supremo? It may be the severest test of his Umno leadership yet!

(The writer can be reached at bapakmiki@yahoo.com)

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Correct Lessons From Past Economic Crises

Posted: 15 Dec 2009 07:37 AM PST


Title: When will we ever learn? Has Malaysia learnt the correct lessons from past crises?
Speaker: Dr Jomo Kwame Sundaram
Date: Wednesday, 16 December 2009
Time: 7.30pm
Venue: Hotel Singgahsana, PJ (next to Taman Jaya LRT Station)
Admission: FREE

For more details, go HERE.

The speaker has been Assistant Secretary General for economic development in the United Nations' Department of Economic and Social Affairs since 2005 and is one of the world's leading thinkers on questions of development.

Don't miss this world-renown, Penang-born economist.


PKR..Atishoo Atishoo”Conspicuously Missing”

Posted: 15 Dec 2009 06:54 AM PST


Lets sing this nursery rhyme together,

Ring-a-ring-a-roses,
A pocket full of posies;
Hush! hush! hush! hush!
We're all tumbled down

If anyone has read the Sarawak update article posted one cannot imagine that Baru Bian as the new Liason chief of PKR Sarawak will come down so low to answer charges especially to the "CHAI TUA-Hockien for 'Menu" which we posts here for those who wants to know the new PKR Sarawak line-up. Pardon me if I am snooping around as someone said audie61 is no more no less a Trojan Horse and also singled out by SB as an "Opposition Blog"

So whats the scoop especially with the "Menu" already revealed and PKR is ready to go head on with BN……Hold on there is more to read on after you have seen the lists here.

Senarai Ahli Jawatankuasa MPN Negeri Sarawak

Penasihat - Datuk Hafsah Harun

                        Datuk Daniel Tajem

                        YB Dominique Ng Kim Ho

Pengerusi Negeri –         Baru Bian

Timbalan Pengerusi -   Wan Zainal Wan sanusi

Naib Pengerusi -            Dr Michael Teo Yu Kheng

                                              Jimmy Donald

                                              Granda Aing

Setiausaha -     Abang Zulkifli Abang Engkeh

Timbalan Setiausaha – Piee Bin Ling

Bendahari -     Wong Huan Yu

Ketua Penerangan -     See Chee How

Timbalan Penerangan -  Dr Ikwar Bakaruddin

Ketua AMK -      Ahmadnazib Johari

Ketua Wanita -   Puan Ibi Uding

Pengarah Pilihanraya -  Nicholas Bawin Anggat

Pengarah Dasar -         Augustine Liom

Pengarah Strategi -      Dr Manshor Hossen

Timbalan Pengarah Strategi -  Maxlian Gombex

Have you spotted something amiss? What is happening in PKR? How come Wan Zainal is back as Deputy.What has happened to Baharuddin Mohksen? Nothing against Wan Zainal or in favour of Baharuddin. PKR has come in leaps and bounds and still its the same all too familiar faces lingering around and clinging on to positions. CHANGE what has happened to that? Where are the new and young vibrant  leaders? Why dont the elders just take a back seat?

Baharuddin according to feedbacks on the ground is a very hard working and a true light colouredf blue PKR member(dark blue is BN hik hik hik) and he seems to have been Politically Assasinated by forces within the party. Sources  in the PKR fold feels that it could spell a losts seat for PKR if Baharuddin is casts aside as he provides a charisma of a LOVABLE BIG MAN WITH A HUGE HEART. There are conspiracy theories which likened him to be a Trojan Horse very much like audie61 but we have always stood by our principles. Will he just come out of all this conspiracy smelling like a FRAGRANT ROSE..??

This is reengineering and reinvention of PKR Sarawak at its bests and if they fail to see the Shining Star that has through thick and thin fought for PKR but instead crucify the good man they will never ever I mean it ever Rule ,READ MY LIPS Sarawak as the young has noticed it quite evidently. The young will lose the circle and they will all come tumble down .  PKR Sarawak are you like little children AFRAID OF YOU OWN SHADOWS..? 

Why dont they have Hafsah Harun as Pengerusi,Tajem and Zainal as deputy instead. Is the lists Baru Bians? Anwar must have known this is coming down hard on Baru and he knows that lobbying to the top of PKR hierarchy was so intense that he must try to keep all factions in place before he looks at the Trojan Horse issue BESTOWED SO NICELY ON THE LOVABLE BIG MAN WITH A HUGE  HEART.  Sure there is the disciplinary hearing to clear the messy issue up. Anyone can tell me what is coming down hard ..hmmmm ??? 

Was Hafsah from PBB…?? Tajem from PBDS..? Jimmy from PRS..??Dominique from DAP..?? Anwar himself from UMNO..?? Show me the proof and if there is according to hearsays PKR is fighting a losing battle in this coming State elections. What about the WAR and that is the Next Parliamentary Elections which we have written about Anwar looking at it more seriously.

If some names are conspicously missing and if you are good enough to serve in that capacity one should not begrudge you the posts. PKR has evolved so much that the rakyat has woken up to the fact that it provides an " alternative of some sort "  and a vehicle which can fight for their political rights. If its not you who gets politically assasinated then it must be someone else. There is no different from what has happened in UMNO still going on in MCA,SUPP and soon to be SPDP. PKR is no different and its a political party and infighting is common as everyone is fighting to secure their positions for better things to come after so much struggle. THE WAR LORDS IN PKR SARAWAK ARE TRYING TO PUT THEIR MAN IN POSITIONS AT SOME GOOD MANS EXPENSE..

Good man are Hard to Come By and Good man will not lay still justs to be slaughtered. They will move on and eventually when the Good Man shines it will be a little too late for the party to say,"IF ONLY…" PKR don't make the same mistakes which has saw the parties reign cut short examples of which we can use clearly are the Conservative Party in UK,Liberal Party in Japan,PBS Party in Sabah.(infighting and letting good man slip through your fingers)

Has Anwar shuffled the cards and pick his winnable candidates for Baru Bian for the coming State elections? Maybe he has if all accounts to the article written by our friend in Sarawak update..Tell me more …Atishoo…


Anwar almost did it ,catching the government with their pants down THE CURSE OF BALA’S RETURN NAJIB ALMOST LOST HIS JOB

Posted: 15 Dec 2009 06:36 AM PST


THE CURSE OF BALA'S RETURN NAJIB ALMOST LOST HIS JOB

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Anwar almost did it catching the government with their pants down In a parliamentary democracy a rejected budget is seen as a no-confidence vote towards the sitting government and indirectly opens the way for the formation of a new government.

to the PKR Parliamentarians THERE IS NO SECOUND CHANCE

"This is the second time and this is more frightening because it involves the Budget bill . So I hope this matter will awaken the MPs especially from Barisan Nasional so they seriously take their responsibility to attend the parliament," he told reporters in the Parliament lobby here.
The BN deputy whip added that there was nothing he could do as the lawmakers had been informed.
"They are all very important people and they have been informed to attend the Parliament. If they want more than that then maybe they can give me a gun and I will place it near their head. If they don't come then I will shoot them. That will show that I am doing my work," he added.
Minister in the Prime Minister's Department Datuk Seri Nazri Aziz stressed that BN lawmakers have to be more careful and must take this matter seriously.
It is understood that this is the first time that the national budget was approved with such a narrow margin. And one in which a rejection would have had negative implications for the Barisan Nasional government which has been in power since independence in 1957, when it was known as the Alliance.
In a parliamentary democracy a rejected budget is seen as a no-confidence vote towards the sitting government and indirectly opens the way for the formation of a new government.
The Malaysian Insider understands that the top leadership of the rival blocs have directed strict action to be taken against their lawmakers who were missing in last night's vote.

Anwar almost did it catching the government with their pants down In a parliamentary democracy a rejected budget is seen as a no-confidence vote towards the sitting government and indirectly opens the way for the formation of a new government.to the PKR Parliamentarians THERE IS NO SECOUND CHANCE
"This is the second time and this is more frightening because it involves the Budget bill . So I hope this matter will awaken the MPs especially from Barisan Nasional so they seriously take their responsibility to attend the parliament," he told reporters in the Parliament lobby here.
The BN deputy whip added that there was nothing he could do as the lawmakers had been informed.
"They are all very important people and they have been informed to attend the Parliament. If they want more than that then maybe they can give me a gun and I will place it near their head. If they don't come then I will shoot them. That will show that I am doing my work," he added.
Minister in the Prime Minister's Department Datuk Seri Nazri Aziz stressed that BN lawmakers have to be more careful and must take this matter seriously.
It is understood that this is the first time that the national budget was approved with such a narrow margin. And one in which a rejection would have had negative implications for the Barisan Nasional government which has been in power since independence in 1957, when it was known as the Alliance.
In a parliamentary democracy a rejected budget is seen as a no-confidence vote towards the sitting government and indirectly opens the way for the formation of a new government.
The Malaysian Insider understands that the top leadership of the rival blocs have directed strict action to be taken against their lawmakers who were missing in last night's vote.


MP Pakatan Rakyat Yang Gagal Hadir Semasa Pengundian Parlimen

Posted: 15 Dec 2009 05:57 AM PST


Bill BN boleh lepas sebab mereka, mana perginya mereka masa itu?
Baca selebihnya di dalam!


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Najib's budget passed by a narrow 66-63 vote


KUALA LUMPUR, Dec 15 — Datuk Seri Najib Razak's debut Budget 2010 was nearly scuttled by the Pakatan Rakyat late last night when it barely got through by a 66-63 vote margin at the third reading in the Dewan Rakyat.

Najib and Transport Minister Datuk Seri Ong Tee Keat saved Barisan Nasional the blushes when they turned up to tilt support to the ruling coalition which lost its customary two-third parliamentary majority in Election 2008.

It is understood that this is the first time that the national budget was approved with such a narrow margin, where a rejection would have a negative implication for the Barisan Nasional government which has been in power since independence in 1957 when it was called the Alliance.

Parliamentary democracy practices consider a rejected budget as a no-confidence move towards a sitting government and indirectly opens the way for the formation of a new government.

Several Pakatan Rakyat leaders, including Parliamentary Opposition chief Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim, crowed about their near success in a rapid sequence of tweets.

They considered the vote a "major success" to nearly defeat Barisan Nasional in rejecting the Budget.

The Malaysian Insider understands that the top leadership in the rival blocs have directed for strict action against their lawmakers who were missing in last night's vote. The Dewan Rakyat has had extended its sessions in the past few weeks to finish its business by this Thursday before it takes the year-end recess.

Before the crucial third reading, the Budget was approved with just one vote at the committee-stage debate for the Home Ministry - which was the last ministry to have its allocation approved.

Pakatan had considered a similar move to derail the Budget 2009 during debates last year after Anwar's "Sept 16" project to take over Putrajaya failed. But that too came to naught.

However, they nearly succeeded to bloody Barisan Nasional's nose for a second time in as many years with the Budget 2010, even forcing Najib to rush back to Parliament to cast his vote from the Chong Hwa Independent School's 95th anniversary celebrations. He was accompanied from the dinner by Ong and also Tan Sri Koh Tsu Koon, the Minister in the Prime Minister's Department who cannot vote as he is a senator.

Barisan Nasional has 137 of the 222 seats in the Dewan Rakyat, followed by Pakatan Rakyat's 82 and three independents.

The Dewan Rakyat ended its annual Budget session at 11.15pm after the third reading concluded. Najib had tabled the Budget 2010 worth RM191.5 billion on Oct 23 with three strategic thrusts of moving the nation to a high-income economy, ensuring a holistic development and prioritising the people's wellbeing.

[Ong Tee Keat comes late, but early enough to save the Najib budget. - Picture by Choo Choy May]

Ong Tee Keat comes late, but early enough to save the Najib budget. - Picture by Choo Choy May
It was his first Budget as Prime Minister and themed 1 Malaysia, Prosperity for All that allocated RM138.3 bilion or 72.2 per cent for operational expenditure and RM53.2 billion or 27.8 per cent for development expenditure.

The Budget 2010 was 11.2 per cent lower than the RM215.7 billion Budget 2009, which was aided later by two economic stimulus packages.

Kubang Kerian MP Salahuddin Ayub commented that Pakatan Rakyat has flexed its muscles in the key Budget vote.

"Our prsence was felt... We have shown an important indicator tonight," the PAS vice-president told The Malaysian Insider after the vote last night.

"The one-majority vote at the committee stage and three votes at the third reading has given us the confidence that we can do something significant in Parliament... that Pakatan Rakyat can be a serious alternative

"According to House of Commons practices, rejecting the Budget would mean a no-confidence vote against the government of the day," he added.

It is understood the government bench realised its peril after DAP Segambut MP Lim Lip Eng asked for a vote by division after Deputy Home Minister Datuk Wira Abu Seman Yusop wound up the debate at the committee stage.

Dewan Rakyat Speaker Tan Sri Pandikar Amin Mulia acceded to the request and the vote went 64-63 in Barisan Nasional's favour.

The situaton recurred during the vote at the end of the Budget's third reading when DAP Ipoh Barat MP M. Kulasegaran asked for a vote by division.

By this time, Najib and Ong had taken their seats and the Budget 2010 was approved with 66 votes for and 63 votes against.

News adopted from themalaysianinsider.com








Kg Tanah Lapang residents get 7-day ultimatum

Posted: 15 Dec 2009 03:21 AM PST

Twenty-three families from Kampung Tanah Lapang in Kuala Lumpur today escaped eviction after they were given an extra one week to move out. kampung tanah lapang demolition 151209The new deal was struck following last-minute talks involving the residents, their member of parliament Tian Chua and Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) this morning. City Hall was to have evicted the residents today, forcing them to move out to Public Housing Projects (PPR) in Batu Muda. The week-long deadline is for ...
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Mind games by an old master

Posted: 15 Dec 2009 02:43 AM PST

EXCLUSIVE Long-serving Kelantan Menteri Besar Nik Abdul Aziz Nik Mat is only prepared to say that his successor will come from the PAS hierarchy. More on www.malaysiakini.com
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'Suspend pol sec' demand to Najib

Posted: 15 Dec 2009 01:10 AM PST

PKR parliamentarian Wee Choo Keong has demanded that the premier suspends his political secretary Shafie Abdullah, pending the outcome of an investigation. malaysiakini.com
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Putrajaya - ze dream!

Posted: 15 Dec 2009 04:00 AM PST

The Malaysian Insider published Putrajaya: Good move or a waste of money? (credited to The Straits Times) 3 days ago.

What caught my eye were the last 2 paragraphs, which states:

Wan Esuriyanti pointed out another problem. She decided to move out of Putrajaya and buy a property in a nearby suburb because she wanted her children to grow up in a racially balanced neighbourhood.

"Putrajaya is almost 100 per cent Malay," she said. "I don't want my children to grow up not knowing about other races and cultures."

I applaud Wan Esuriyanti's values in wanting her children to grow up in a truly Malaysian environment.

But I wonder at the centre of the Malaysian government, Putrajaya, being described as "… almost 100 per cent Malay".

Ze dream haf komme true for zommeone! ;-)


Lunar Eclipse on Jan 1, 2010

Posted: 15 Dec 2009 03:41 AM PST

This what the Kadazans believes that the moon is being swallowed by a Tarob/Tarob.

This story by Bernama today

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysians will be able to observe a partial lunar eclipse on Jan 1, between 1.17am and 5.28am, according to the National Space Agency (Angkasa).
It said in a statement today that the eclipse would start at 1.17am when the moon starts to pass the penumbral shadow of the Earth. However, it added, the eclipse could only be observed when the moon starts passing the umbra (the darkest part of a shadow) at 2.53am until the maximum phase at 3.24am. "The moon will totally leave the Earth's umbra shadow at 4.53am," the statement said, adding that the eclipse would last until 5.28am. A lunar eclipse generally occurs when the moon passes the Earth's shadow during full moon. Angkasa, with the cooperation of the National Mosque, will organise an eclipse observation session at the main entrance of the mosque from 1am to 6am on Jan 1, the statement said.
A live web cast of the partial lunar eclipse will be available on the Angkasa website at www.angkasa.gov.my. - Bernama


Bloggers vs journalists

Posted: 15 Dec 2009 03:34 AM PST

KUALA TERENGGANU, Dec 15
Home Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Tun Hussein said some bloggers, unlike local journalists, do not adhere to the rules and ethics of journalism in their bid to garner popularity.The local journalists adhered to ethics but these bloggers did not, and this was what differentiated the journalists from these bloggers," he said at the presentation of the 2009 ExxonMobil Journalism Awards here last night.Hishammuddin said journalists in the country would have nothing to fear so long as their reports adhered to the ethics of journalism, adding that they would be accepted by the people.He said journalists who reported the truth would not be penalised and those who spread slander would not be successful.At the function, two Bernama journalists were among those honoured. Wan Affandi Wan Mahadi of Bernama TV was awarded the second prize (RM1,000 cash) in the audio visual category while Ibrahim Abu Bakar won the third prize (RM750) in the sports writing category.-- BERNAMA


Enough bullshit, Something solid please

Posted: 15 Dec 2009 07:36 AM PST


We have enough bullshit like this ...: -

Ex-project manager charged with cheating PKFZ
Hafiz Yatim | Dec 14, 09 10:53AM
Law Jenn Dong, an engineer with PKFZ turnkey contractor Kuala Dimensi Sdn Bhd, was charged with making 24 false claims involving a total of RM116.850 million.
Lock Him Up or We'd Kick  You  Out

We want something real solid. We want the King Corrupt be jailed for life. And yes, we mean business.

Remember, if you fail to garner the majority, UMNO will still kick you out. That's the reality. At the rate you going, you can hope to do slightly better than Pak Lah, you still won't get the desired number and worse, chances is there you may loose the throne altogether if the monkeys out there have their way.

So, don't follow Pak Lah's footstep, not that he is an idiot, it's just that he didn't expect thing to happen that way. He thought as a PM, he has the final say, but you know what happened. That can be true only if you are as mean as the Mamak. That is provided your make you move decisively, meanly and quick enough. The only thing you must remember is it's perfectly okay to be mean to an @asshole ... Now that's Rosisim 101.1.11.101 (C) ...


The Conspiracy Of The Century! Hishammuddin unethicalMSM Expose Battle of wits over Modern Warfare UMNO

Posted: 15 Dec 2009 02:27 AM PST


.SEE VIDEO ON YOUTUBE HERE

Home Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Hussein said some bloggers, unlike local journalists, do not adhere to the rules and ethics of journalism in their bid to garner popularity.

"The local journalists adhered to ethics but these bloggers did not, and this was what set apart journalists from these bloggers," he said at the presentation of the 2009 ExxonMobil Journalism Awards here last night.

Hishammuddin said journalists in the country would have nothing to fear so long as their reports adhered to the ethics of journalism, adding that they would be accepted by the people.

He said journalists who reported the truth would not be penalised and those who spread slander would not be successful.

At the function, two Bernama journalists were among those honoured. Wan Affandi Wan Mahadi of Bernama TV was awarded the second prize (RM1,000 cash) in the audio visual category while Ibrahim Abu Bakar won the third prize (RM750) in the sports writing category. — Bernama

Aha! Don't we love the morality-vs-video-games debate? Two days back, footage from upcoming Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 was released on the web by some enterprising folks who had got their hands on the early copy of the game. Leaking of gameplay footage is not something earth-shattering. But what the clip contained was enough to set tongues waging among the community of video gamers and spark a debate on where the games should draw a line when it comes to detailing human lives in all their raw and visceral realities.
The clip shows actual gameplay footage in which some terrorists — including the lead character controlled by gamers and who is apparently an under-cover CIA operative — indiscriminately fire at civilians in an airport. Some claimed it's similar to what happened in Mumbai on 26/11. Once the video appeared on several video-hosting websites such as YouTube and Gametrailers, game publisher Activision got involved and read the riot act, claiming the copyright of the clip and asking the websites to remove it. Of course, nothing gets deleted on internet and you can still catch thevideo here.
Modern warfare
Debate over morality and violence in video games is not new. Every time a new game in Grand Theft Auto series — infamous for its carjacking and street fighting scenes — approaches its release date, media watchdogs and certain 'family-oriented' groups go into an overdrive. Then there are games like Manhunt, Resident Evil 4 and God of War that, with their raw and extremely graphic scenes of death and destruction, have been termed by many anti-gaming organizations as "simulation models" which teach kids how to kill.
But just like any other extremely subjective debate, this one also has two sides to it. Game publishers and gamers claim the violence in games is as harmless as it is in films or on television. They say games are rated appropriately (15+, 18+ etc) and are nothing more than a mode of entertainment for many. The publishers also claim that to evolve video games into something more than 3D engines capable of putting out frames full of gun-and-run action, they need to infuse them with realism. In some cases this reality can be a little difficult to handle but then, it is necessary if games need to get the tag of 'art' that adorn films and books.
In fact, this is exactly how Activision defends the controversial scene. In a statement after the clip surfaced, it said: "The scene establishes the depth of evil and the cold-bloodedness of a rogue Russian villain and his unit… Modern Warfare 2 is a fantasy action game designed for intense, realistic gameplay that mirrors real life conflicts, much like epic, action movies. It is appropriately rated 18 for violent scenes, which means it is intended for those who are 18 and older."

Ahmad Mustapha ( nephew of Dr Mahathir) -

"Singapore practises corrupt-free meritocracy and Malaysia affirmative action. The former attracted all the best brains and the latter chased out all the brains. The Singapore cabinet consists of dedicated and intelligent technocrats whereas Malaysia has one of the most unwieldy cabinets. Not only that, brain wise it was below par not even good for the kampong.

The voices from the street the people's thinks you dirt baggae

i think rais is trying to stir some shiat. i think most of us (incl malays) are denigrating the umno fellas…and so happened u r one of them.

Rai, you had only said one thing right, we are not disparaging the big number of Malays, good Malays like Datuk Zaid and many! We may scorn at you Umno who have herds of pea brains and nerds! We are not talking about number to show our respect, we are talking about brain and good brains, fair-minded brain like you are lacking of are those we will respect! Race or right minded Malays are not in our category of denigrate and despised! ….For you and your breed, you deserve our salivas and our middle fingers! Na

Another 'cow dung' so afraid of his special rights being questioned. When his UMNO goon questioned the citizenship of the squatter chinese, he seem at ease with those remarks but now want the police to prevent ceratin quarters from continuing to dispute the special rights of the Malays. May I tell you Rais, the Malays are also immigrants and not the original bumiputras (original land owners).

If anything, the original land owners do require a helping hand economically but now it seems the special rights equate to across the board Malays being spoon fed like babies. I question this kind of racist policies and like minded Malays too will feel offended if we think the only way they can be successful in Malaysia is for government assistance. It would seem that those hardcore poor Malays are not benefiting from this special rights racist policy. The proof is out there and everyone knows it including Rais.

Now this reminds me of something someone once said…..

"The white men were roused by a mere instinct of self-preservation….. until at last there had sprung into existence a great Ku Klux Klan, a veritable empire of the South, to protect the Southern country."

- Woodrow Wilson

God bless Malaysia, my home sweet home.

When people whack UMNO, it is whacking UMNO as a corrupt political party, not the race. Such difference ought to have been obvious to Rais even if it is not obvious to many other UMNO leaders. Rais' implied call to add numbers to UMNO is the same like any other UMNO leaders bankrupt of ideas. Malays are not a monopoly for UMNO. Corruption drives away members. And to say that "sneers" are aimed at denegrading the Malays are the most dangerous and untrue thing that any UMNO upper rung leader has said so far – because it sounds like he's trying to establish provocation, and hence further usage of Sedition Act and ISA.

It's a crying shame that Rais has decided to stoop so low into the politics of race to win his Vice PresidencyIt is an open secret that the malays have lost their dignity in the eyes of the non malays, even a subject of ridicule. This is not new but has been so since the 60s. It just got worse lately after the Moorthy case.But its just that the non malays, born of giving face, do not have the gumption in them to tell it outright. They expect malays like YOU Rais to tell the malays so.

But you're still playing the numbers and history game instead of principles. See how low you have gone Rais! you don't gave the guts to tell malays that they cannot fall back on historyBut at least you got one thing right in stating that 'Malay supremacy is actually the sovereignity and privileges of the Malay Rulers'.Here we go. Malays are not sitting back and letting things rot. Umno is also trying to get back what it lost. Numbers make the difference indeed and it is such numbers that Anwar could not get on Sept 16 (discussed in story above) that would make or break the PR in the near future! Ohlala! Umno Supreme Council member Datuk Seri Dr Rais Yatim has called for the strengthening of Malay politics through numbers so that other races will stop denigrating and ridiculing the Malays.No it is not te Malay. It is directed to the UMNO leeches and it is not coming only from non-Malay but other Malay as well. You racist please refer to all these good people that there to challenge you as Malaysian. Please return all the ill gotten money to us."Umno Supreme Council member Datuk Seri Dr Rais Yatim has called for the strengthening of Malay politics through numbers so that other races will stop denigrating and ridiculing the Malays".What a joke. The "other races" aren't denigrating and ridiculing the Malays. If they did, they'd be hitting Keadilan and PAS as well. But they aren't. The other races are for the first time in their lives, actually speaking up following decades of suppression under UMNO supremacist policies. What the other races have essentially done is to put a mirror up to UMNOputeras, so that they can see what they have become. Sadly, instead of trying to improve, they are in denial, and are becoming worse than ever.So now you want numbers. What do you propose? A captive breeding program for woulThe malays or the general population have given UMNO/BN more than 50 yrs to manage the country. What have U guys done? Well, to fool everyone especially the malays by malay leaders. Looks like it is a question of not enough $$$ in the bank. UMNO leadership is like a dynasty, taking turns to rip off the rakyat. Now tell me how our PM kids can get so rich via govt contracts, 30% equity affirmative policies. What happen to the mass malay/bumiputra population? Come mon Rais, U are not that stupid, U are just an old fox that still wants to rely on old tricks to fool the malays. It is the malay leadership that is corrupt that has stiffle malays progress & U are part of it. Which malay minister(except Zaid) dare to question the manner things are done? Don't blame the malays for not supporting. Rightly the malays have send a strong message, do U guys care to clean up. NOO. Guess what we even have a chap being arrested by Australian authorities & made a minister. What a joke a big slap to the malays integrity. Malays are not simple minded people but guys like U with such mentality, I would vote for the opposition.

Mr. Rice anak Yatim,

You're finished as a politician!

Is this all you have to provide a leadership for the Malaysians?

Just becos you're in the twilight of your career, you don't have to whip up racist sentiments.

Nobody denigrated or insulted Malays – only Umno and their racist/fascist ideas bent on plunder, in the name of "Ketuanan Melayu"!

The poor Malays have been hoodwinked for fifty years – and many still don't realize what they have lost, by giving up their rights, conscience, culture & humanity.

You guys have perverted the course of democracy & justice by rendering the constitution a worthless piece of paper.

You have belittled the parliament by having all mighty governments and closed door meetings between your allies.

Now you have the cheek to tell Malays that they are being insulted by others?

Get out of your denial Syndrome and face facts Rais – you guys are such shameless losers!!

You say, "the Malays must stay away from elements that could weaken their image".

I agree – they should abandon Umno, just as Umno has abandoned them for money!

Rais is afraid that a lot of malays are beginning to see that the umnoputras are making use of them instead of helping them. Therefore more and more are going to Pas and PR.

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Rais, you are just a piece of Racist Shit.

Shame on you

Err … Why wont the non malays look down at DUMNO malays , even there are malays out there who also looks down on the DUMNO malays. Sick and unfit goons who runs this beautiful nation aiming for disaster. This bigot Rias seems more interested to increase the quantities of cows and buffalos in DUMNO and not its quality to be fair to serve the people and the nation irregardless of race and ethnic towards Bangsa Malaysia. Another imbecile

Rais the biggest racist martha farker. Rais, nobody is questioning your Malay rights. It is UMNO who is ridiculing themselves. You stupid Rais.

You think you are intellectually strong. Fark you.

This Rias is another idiot who has the kampong mentality that the malays must have the numbers.Numbers for what? The people is agianst umno and its crooks not all the malays!For a Minister he ought to know better then to play this racial card but as one recently written blog this lap dog would bow so low to kiss the hand of the bodoh pm.This guy realy needed a job that's all.Another mother#@%$ of umno driving a wedge against the non malays by letting his interlectual shits out of his mouth.

UM-No is the hypocrite king! You guys started the racial issue in this country and yet you morons blaming other races ridiculing the Malays. We the rakyat has waken up and the day Um-No falls six feet under ground we will start laughing until our teeth falls off.

The Malays lost dignity and direction because of UMNO. The new breed of Malays should realised that by now and pull out from UMNO before its too late.

With that kind of composition, one that is very brainy, naturally Singapore , with no natural resources could outstrip Malaysia in every aspect of development. Malaysia, on the other hand, was too much preoccupied with its Malayness and the illusory 'Ketuanan Melayu' and was also more interested in useless mega iconic development rather than real social and economic development."

Well, united we stand as a country; divided we will all fall eventually! apartheid
written by malaysian baru , November 07, 2008UMNO is practising apartheid. Why is the world looking on when this so called democracy is actually practising apartheid. We must put an end to all this Hitlerism. Another reason for believing that the UMNO Putras have lost the use of their brains. Look at the mess in UMNO – cheating, bribery are rampant at this moment, going into their AGM. Every minister in the BN is going all out to make a quick dollar before the guillotine drops. This must be the end of the UMNO era. Let's help it get out faster.Couldn't hate them more
Great article! May be some good-hearted M'sians should go to the UN to seek a declaration that M'sia blatantly practises naked racism & in so doing warrant that the rest of the world should boycott , sanction & treat it like a scorned pariah state.

THE RISE OF THE PRO-MAHATHIR CAMP IN UMNO
In the Mainstream Media (NST Group)
after the Forced Resignation of former Prime Minister Tun Abdullah Badawi
EXTENDED FAMILY GROUP PHOTO


NOTE: Malaysian Insider reported (20 May 2009): "…Regime change in Malaysia often means regime change in Umno-owned media companies.Datuk Ahmad Talib, who was squeezed out of NSTP in 2005, returned to the group as Media Prima's Executive Director. "

Ahiruddin Attan (Rocky's Bru) after a brief spell as a blogger during Abdullah Badawi's tenureship returned to NST group as Editor-in-Chief of Malay Mail in June 2009.

Nuraina Samad rejoined NST in July 2009 after leaving NST in 2006.

(Not in the group picture above with Dr Mahathir,) is Zainul Ariffin Isa, who returned tohead the three newspapers under the NSTP, namely New Straits Times/Business Times, Berita Harian and Harian Metro.

He replaced NSTP group editor-in-chief Hishammudin Aun. Zainul was removed as Business Times editor during Abdullah Badawi's tenureship.

Zainul Ariffin wrote a racially provocative piece in Berita Harian regarding the death of Teoh Beng Hock (read here)

Zakhir Mohamed aka BigDog Blog
in the Corridors of UMNO Power


"My family and Tan Sri Muhyiddin's go a long way back. We both hail from Muo."- Zakhir Mohamed(Read here)


Access to internet as fundamental right this clear Raise S/O YATIM!

Posted: 15 Dec 2009 12:49 AM PST


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Schmidt. Instead, he asks web users not to grill (Lord) Google over its privacy policies. Worry about what you do on web, he says, because "if you have something that you don't want anyone to know, maybe you shouldn't be doing it in the first place". Coming from someone who sits high up in a company that knows more about a person than his neighbour, this statement is quite alarming.
It's no secret that true privacy is not possible on web. Everywhere you go, you leave traces. It is also widely known that Google meticulously cultivates and stores every bit of information it can. Every string put in its search engines, every mail that you send or receive on Gmail, every conversation that you have via Google Chat, every article that you read through Google Reader, every document that you save on Google Docs, every website that you visit using Chrome browser sit somewhere, in some form, in Google's vast data centres. Google claims most of this data cannot be used to personally identify the users. Instead, the company says, it crunches the data and uses it to improve its services.
Many a times, privacy group have raised concern over Google's everlasting cookies but the company has stuck to its guns. In its defence, it has claimed its data would not be shared or sold to any entity and if governments, drawn by the honeypot that it holds, come calling, it would fight tooth-and-nail to deny them any information. But Schmidt last week clearly said "we are all subject in the United States to the Patriot Act and it is possible that all that information could be made available to the authorities".
Finland made access to internet a legal right. Yes, you read it right. From July next year, access to internet has been ensured by law for the Finns, just the way their right to free speech and right to free movement have been guaranteed.
I know most people in India will be surprised, and some amused. At least I am, because every third day I haggle with clerks and glorified clerks at MTNL, one of India's navratnas, over my broadband connection that conks off depending on the weather. But honestly, those who keep track of all things virtual knew it was coming. By providing for unfettered and effective internet access to its citizens — specifically at the speed of 1mbps that will be upgraded to 100mbps by 2015 — and enacting a law to this effect so that government bodies or broadband service providers do not cut corners, Finland has shown how far internet has come since the early days when it connected a few computers as part of ARPANET.


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