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- Anwar: I'm not the man in the sex video
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Posted: 21 Mar 2011 11:10 AM PDT
UMMI HAFILDA THE PROSTITUTE'S ULTIMATE FANTASY: SIZE NOT FOREPLAY BUT SHE LOVES ORAL SEX Karima el-Mahrough isn't letting the ongoing media frenzy over her alleged involvement with Italian Premier Silvio Berlusconi get her down. Yes, God has sent us many signs. If not why would Augustine Paul expire at the same time as the sign … Read more "The book was clearly a sensationalist attempt to make money so I did not read it, but the rumours about Anwar refused to go away."He then cites, "Then in 1997, I received a letter from a woman named Ummi Hafilda Ali. Its contents disturbed me as there were more specific detailed allegations of
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MALAYSIAKINI 1ST PERSON ACCOUNT Our reporter receives an invitation to a special screening of what appeared to be a prominent politician having sex with a young woman
"It is huge and explosive!" said female voice UMMI on the phone – her sudden call the prelude to an unlikely adventure for this Parliament reporter, still struggling to cope with Monday blues.
"I am in Parliament, can I check with my boss first?" I asked casually, wondering how big the news really was.
MALAYSIAKINI 1ST PERSON ACCOUNT SAID FEMALE VOICE UMMI ON THE PHONE SEX SEX CLIP: DON'T LOOK AT US, SAYS BN
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Posted: 21 Mar 2011 10:33 AM PDT
At Killiney Kopitiam on the evening of Thursday 17 March, 2011, barely two days away from the UNSC-endorsed military intervention in Libya the world knows as "no fly zone", about 50 persons listened to the good Tan Sri Robert Phang, the contrast to the bad guy Attorney-General (AG), Gani Patail, in the sock-it-to-me fight over Tajuddin Ramli's Mas-Kebab swop.
Tajuddin, Executive Chairman of the Malaysian Flag-Carrier, Mas, from 1994 to 2001, was said to have caused the company to lose about RM 8 billion. Though said to have been recommended to be charged in court by the former head of the Commercial Crime Division, the AG hasn't acted on it yet.
As this saga began to unfold its new chapter in 2009 when well-known blogger, Raja Petra Kamaruddin, ran a series of 10 installments on the Tajuddin's Mas story, few would have expected the recount of Tajuddin's embarrassment would light a fire that combusted in the MACC, causing two advisors to burn.
That was the subject of a "Kopitiam Discussion" my old friend, Baha Zain, organized through his outfit, Malaysian Digest, at Killiney Kopitiam on Thursday, a topic few Malaysians followed because of the bad journalism it drew, the bulk of writings on it showing the writers' emotions and flaunting the what, when, where, who and why that are basic to reporting.
Raja Petra and a few others are exceptions, the former better described as exceptionally gifted.
The discussion at the Kopitiam was not a curtain-raiser. It served instead as a discussion with Tan Sri Robert Phang, and enabling us to see the woods from the trees pertaining to the new chapter of the Tajuddin Saga the Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) would want us to believe was intimately interwoven with the selective prosecution of the senior police officer who had recommended that Tajuddin be charged.
Ours is a troubled environment. Trouble has been brewing all over the Muslim world, the new sets in the Mena countries stemming from complaints about police states, dysfunctional institutions, ethnic, religious and gender discriminations, income inequalities and rising prices of food and essential items, all of which are residing in this country too.
Closer to home, in Indonesia, where Muslim extremism has been clobbering the Ahmadiyya and Christian minorities over and over again, someone sent parcel bombs to "moderate Muslims" several days before, taking the country into Takfirism which may lead her into the kind of purgatory Pakistan has become.
There the moderate Muslim Governor of Punjab and a Christian Minister had been killed.
It is turmoil.
The Killiney Kopitiam session with Robert Phang on Thursday, which was somewhat of a jumble because of the varying foci, should have been finally about these – the rotting images of our institutions, beginning with the Police Force which we have been given to believe is divided into factions and a part of which is corrupt or is corruptible.
Then the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) has been soured by the death of political assistant, Teoh Beng Hock, in its custody.
Several big fishes the Commission charged failed to be secured by a guilty verdict in court. That brings us to the disappointment with the Attorney-General (AG), Gani Patail.
The AG, Gani Patail, and the former Inspector-General (IGP), Musa Hassan, were implicated in Anwar Ibrahim's Black Eye Incident in 1998 by the testimony of a senior police officer.
This rounds up why Anwar's outfit wants the AG and the former IGP dissolved in vitriol, but says nothing about why the MCA big shot, Robert Phang, would want to ride on the fame and flames Raja Petra stands for, first in the making of the Free Anwar Campaign and now in gunning for the people who were believed to have conspired to reduce Anwar to political ashes.
Robert Phang, a big operator in the Malaysian Chinese Association (MCA) and an advisor to the MACC, walked straight into the amazing swirl of terribly sensitive political events the Anwar outfit had been conjuring, causing a question mark to arise like a zombie in Haiti.
He is a social activist. He continued to crusade until after he had resigned in a huff in January 2011 following a blog accusation he had tried to corrupt a high government official involving a business deal.
He is a big man, a rag-to-riches story that may have once been the president of Magnum and is still the publisher of The Star.
Why did such a big guy take issue against the AG following the writings of the blogger, Raja Petra Kamaruddin? Is he in the outgoing camp in MCA? Or is it about putting the pressure on the government for action to be taken?
Gani, having gone to Mecca for the Hajj last year with Shahidan Shafie, allegedly Tajuddin Ramli's proxy, was suspected to have become obliged to the businessman who was once a police officer.
But Robert Phang should have been well-disposed to know Raja Petra and his friends in the blog merely suggested Shahidan must have paid for the trip involving Gani and his family.
They had no supporting evidence.
They were again guessing when saying Shahidan had meant to persuade Gani not to prosecute Tajuddin Ramli.
But while Gani Patail had obviously attracted suspicion for the pilgrimage with Shahidan and family, he quickly reacted to a call from the MACC and attended a tell-all meeting on 4 January.
He submitted the receipts collected in his Mecca trip to show he paid for his family from his own pocket.
More than a decade ago the then Chief Justice, Eusoff Chin, had gotten into a crap for his family tour of New Zealand together with Berjaya Corporation lawyer, V.K. Lingam.
It was clear the events were good meat for the PKR spinners and if Phang chose to stay his ground he would be drawing the kind of flak Muammar Gadhafi would not want to think about in Libya.
But he did just that. No matter the fact that Gani Patail had submitted evidences to show he was clean concerning the trip to Mecca, and said he was willing to cooperate should he be investigated, Robert Phang and one other of the attendees were apparently not satisfied.
Chairman of the MACC Corruption Prevention Panel, Tan Sri Ramon Navaratnam, issued a statement to the effect that the MACC members who attended this meeting were satisfied with Abdul Gani's explanation.
There were 30 attendees of 42 invited. As far as this writer is aware, only two persons, i.e. Robert and one other, had protested the statement Ramon made on 4 January after the meeting.
The statement came close to exonerating Gani. Ramon said there was no need to investigate the allegations of Abdul Gani's connection with former MAS Chairman, Tan Sri Tajuddin's proxy, En Shahidan Shafie.
Robert Phang blew his top.
But was Ramon's statement conclusive? Did Ramon carry such weight as to enable him to open or close an MACC enquiry?
Robert Phang was a member of the MACC panel Ramon chaired. He should know the limits of Ramon's power. Still he acted quickly to reply on 5 January. His statement is given in full below.
I regret Ramon's statement that - " MACC members were satisfied
with Abdul Gani's explanation and found that there was no need to investigate
the allegations". I also resent Tan Sri Ramon's statement that - "We found that
there was no case at all to accuse him of being linked to Tajuddin just because
of this Haj trip. It was irresponsible to allege that he was in any way linked."
I consider Ramon's statement to be a direct attack on me as I had
earlier called on Abdul Gani to clear the air over public allegations of his
relationship with Shahidan and the Mecca Haj pilgrimage. I was concerned that
Abdul Gani's silence would fuel deeper suspicions and confusion. (Italics mine)
Ramon can speak for himself but he has no mandate from me or the
other panel members to make that statement on our behalf. That was not how I
perceived the meeting. What was certain was that my esteemed colleagues who
attended the meeting did not want to humiliate Abdul Gani any further. It was
not our intention to humble the Top Lawyer of the country.
It is therefore imperative for Abdul Gani to dispel any suspicion
surrounding his conduct of consorting with Shahidan Shafie and [sic] the Mecca Haj
pilgrimage. The public needs to be satisfied as to why Abdul Gani had not acted
on the recommendations of the then Director of Commercial Crimes Department,
Dato' Ramli Yusuff, that Tajudin should be prosecuted. Inevitable [sic] the public
already perceived that the AG's decision to prosecute Dato' Ramli as an attempt
to cover up the MAS scandal. (italics mine)
Robert Phang invited the fires of hell to be flung at him. It was Raja Petra and several others in Anwar's outfit who " …perceived that the AG's decision to prosecute Dato' Ramli as an attempt to cover up the MAS scandal,' but certainly not "the public".
A friend had earlier asked what could be the connection between Raja Petra and Robert Phang, which he described as "confusing". That was a member of the MCA.
In the corridors of the BN the episodes were viewed somewhat more seriously.
Phang was alleged in a blog to have tried to bribe a senior government official. The allegation was followed by another blog saying he had donated RM50,000 to the MCA's nemesis, the DAP, which has been the choice of about 80 percent of Chinese voters in the general elections of 8 March 2008.
At Killiney Kopitiam on Thursday he was not asked for the basis of his allegation that the Director of the (Police) Commercial Crimes Department, Dato' Ramli Yusuff, had indeed been prosecuted for recommending Tajuddin to be charged in court.
What was Robert Phang repeating the allegation for? Even if Ramli Yusuff had come clean in court, no evidence was offered to prove he had been a victim of selective prosecution.
To members of the BN Robert had joined a chorus in the Opposition in a straight and easy jaunt that must embarrass the MCA.
It needs to be asked is he a member of an outgoing faction in the party whose days are numbered under the new president, Chua Soi Lek?
Robert is 69 and he wouldn't be bothered about that.
To people who had followed the development, Robert will appear as having been affected by Raja Petra's 10 installments on Tajuddin Ramli's Mas episode in Malaysia Today posted in 2009, and he recalled it also following Raja Petra's expose on the Gani Patail-Shahidan Shafie Hajj trip at the end of 2010.
Robert Phang has become a curiosity. Why is he doing this when it is already a glaring fact that the PKR and the Pas have lost credibility and are deemed popularly as no longer fit to lead.
While PKR suffered lawmakers who frogged to the BN, both parties have had their share of leadership crises, the PKR now quite emasculated since Syed Husin Ali retired, Sivarasa lost in the party divisional election and many have chosen to fall quiet before the new and untested leadership line-up.
The Pas has also been severely damaged after serially losing in recent bye-elections, meaning Robert Phang isn't about to go places outside of the spaces marked "Down" or "Out". ---a. ghani ismail, 22 March, 2011
Posted: 21 Mar 2011 09:48 AM PDT
By the Administrator
Parti Keadilan Rakyat has a good potential to contest 52 out of 71 seats in Sarawak.
Azmin Ali, the Party's Deputy President and once the Sabah Keadilan Chairman, revealed that 2 rounds of talk had already been conducted between the party and SNAP. The latter, which is now part of Pakatan Rakyat, has indicated its wish to contest in all the 28 Dayak-majority seats.
However, Keadilan's central leadership will meet this Sunday to finalise on its list of candidates.
BN has a control of 63 of 71 seat Assembly in Sarawak. SNAP's Engkilili Assemblyman Dr. Jonical Rayong Ngipa defected to BN on May 20 2006. As it is, DAP has 6 seats, whereas Keadilan has 1 seat that is held by Padungan's Dominic Ng. The late comer PCM now got 1 seat through an independent.
There was no co-operation between the opposition parties there in the last election. But this time round, with the formation of Pakatan Rakyat which consists of Keadilan-DAP- PAS, and now the joining of SNAP, the political contour is now changed for a better one to the opposition as a whole.
It is thought that if Pakatan can dany BN's 2/3 majority in Sarawak, it will be a good start in anticipation for a new wind for change in the formation of the next Federal Government.
The reputation and many issues surrounding Tan Sri Taib Mahmud, the 6 terms Chief Minister, which have intensively re-surfaced lately, are something which seem not going to augur well for BN. Thus, the recent announcement of his' probable' retirement after the state election in the presence of the Prime Minister Dato Seri Najib Razak was perceived as an effort to diffuse the heat which can cause a fatal blow to BN's traditional ruling.
Posted: 21 Mar 2011 08:52 AM PDT
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Posted: 21 Mar 2011 10:52 AM PDT
Saya diminta oleh beberapa orang pembaca saya melalui e-mail dan komen di dalam blog saya tentang isu video seks yang dikatakan melibatkan Anwar Ibrahim. Sebenarnya saya tidak berapa berminat untuk menulis tentang isu ini tetapi oleh kerana ada yang meminta saya mengomennya saya tulislah sedikit apa yang ada di dalam fikiran saya ini.
Yang meragukan ialah, benarkah 'pelakon' di dalam video itu Anwar kerana bak kata Anwar di dalam 'press conference' beliau yang perut pelakun itu buncit dan tidak seperti perut Anwar. Akhirnya jika dilakukan penyiasatan yang betul manusia yang dikatakan pelakon itu akan dapat diketahui umum juga.
Tetapi kemushkilan yang sangat besar ialah siapa kah dia 'Dato T' ini? Kenapa Dato T tidak tampil kehadapan dan menunjukan identity beliau? Jika orang umum hendak menjadi pengadil kepada isu ini, Dato T mesti terlebih dahulu zahirkan dirinya di khalayak ramai. Orang ramai mesti hendak tahu siapa Dato T ini. Setelah mengenali siapa Dato T ini barulah orang ramai boleh mengolah isu ini samada isu ini di lakukan oleh Dato T ini adalah bermotifkan politik.
Kita tidak boleh membuat kesimpulan yang pelakun itu ialah Anwar sedangkan kita tidak tahu siapa Dato T ini. Hanya orang politik yang tidak 'center' pemikiran sahaja yang terus mempercayai yang pelakon itu adalah Anwar Ibrahim.
Buat masa sekarang pihak yang berwajib patut menyiasat siapa ini Dato T dahulu. Setelah tahu siapa Dato T barulah kita buka mahkamah awam dan kita lakukan perbahasan dengan cara terbuka.
Dalam keadaan politik sekarang timbulnya video lucah ini tidak mustahil dilakukan oleh pihak-pihak yang sedang mengalami 'political desperation' yang ingin mengambil kesempatan di dalam keadaan dan situasi politik yang gawat.
Di negara ini bukan kita tidak pernah menyaksikan bagaimana pemimpin yang naik sampai ke kemuncak kerana pandai mengambil kesempatan dari keadaan krisis yang besar.
Dalam isu ini kita mesti tahu siapa Dato T dahulu. Selagi identity Dato T tidak dapat dipastikan isu ini mungkin menjadi isu 'counter-productive' kepada pemimpin-pemimpin dan parti yang memusuhi Anwar.
Posted: 21 Mar 2011 07:28 AM PDT
Saya mengecam konspirasi terbaru untuk memfitnah dan mengaibkan saya serta keluarga. Visual yang ditayangkan tengahari tadi di Carcossa merupakan satu rekayasa jahat musuh politik yang berhasrat untuk membantutkan kemaraan Pakatan Rakyat.
Kita beri amaran kepada musuh politik Pakatan Rakyat agar hentikan segera politik kotor dan lucah ini. Jangan heret rakyat dan negara ini terjebak ke dalam politik kotor kamu.
Tayangan tengahari tadi kelihatannya dirancang dengan penuh teliti.Rancangan untuk mengadakan tayangan ini juga hanya didedahkan kepada ketua-ketua editor media arus perdana terlebih dahulu. Saya difahamkan acara tadi juga membabitkan ahli pasukan Special Branch (SB).
Fitnah terbaru ini muncul pada ketika pendakwaan fitnah II pasti berkecai dan hampir pasti tewas. Kerana terdesak musuh politik saya terpaksa mereka fitnah baru demi memburukkan serta menjejaskan reputasi saya. Ini juga bertujuan untuk mengalih perhatian rakyat dari isu nasional serta pilihanraya negeri Sarawak. Musuh politik Pakatan Rakyat terdesak untuk lari dari membahaskan rasuah dan kepincangan pentadbiran Taib Mahmud. Maka tidak hairan lah sekiranya sekali lagi musuh politik bertindak menurut warisan politik usang yang jelik.
Posted: 21 Mar 2011 07:47 AM PDT
It was a friend living abroad who first alerted me to this fiasco via email. So much for me slinking into the office and thinking it was going to be an uneventful Monday.
Oh no, a scandalous video had to show up.
The said fiasco was unveiled to the mainstream media with much pomp and ceremony - complete with confiscation of cameras and all recording devices outside the room, and journalists made to dress in robes before being allowed in to view the footage.
They had Sodomy I. Then came Sodomy II. But they cannot help but continue to flog a dead horse, in the hopes that it might suddenly get up and start galloping.
Hence, some BN-inspired twit had the lack of creativity to come up with a musical of Anwar Ibrahim doing the horizontal lambada with some East Asian woman (but of course), purported to be a pr0stitute.
"Anwar is not a pious person with high moral value and integrity as portrayed, and therefore he is not fit to be a leader," they said in the statement signed only "The Insider".
Okay, it wasn't a musical, but if they were going to subject us to this same old crap, they could have at least put in some effort.
Anwar, of course denies it. He needn't have bothered - no one worth their salt would actually believe that he was the star of this CCTV invasion of privacy.
Not even his detractors, of whom I am one.
In fact, I am almost inclined to believe it was a plan hatched up by Anwar Ibrahim himself to boost his flagging popularity.
Nothing brings support as much as sympathy for a man much wronged.
Posted: 21 Mar 2011 07:19 AM PDT
Baru-baru ini video lucah digunakan untuk manarik turun seseorang peminpin, baru-baru ini, seorang yang digelar Datuk "T" telah menayangkan video lucah dan menuduh ia mempunyai hubungkait dengan seorang pemimpin pembangkang...
Soalan Saya Mengenai Video Lucah Terbaru !?
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2) Adakah memiliki video lucah meyalahi undang-undang Malaysia?
Nampaknya Datuk T harus menjawab soalan ini...
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Posted: 21 Mar 2011 07:11 AM PDT
Scandals, one after another.
First, contract scandals involving a senior aide. Six companies, all got it outside normal procedures. The authority stormed the entity, took away some files and conducted investigations. They found strong evidence of a cahoot between this guy and an 'insider', a senior officer who has been at odd with the executive chairman.
Then, I was told this senior officer too is involved in money laundering, and probably has a link with the CIA through a local company Geo.... Sdn Bhd, whose owner is believed to be one 'RGA' Abas.
While the authority is waiting for the right day to pick up the senior aide, the senior officer is under surveilance. I believe their boss, a minister is aware of it but cant do anything about it or just dont wanna take any action.
Second, the ministry itself is under public scrutiny. People are talking adversely about its Sec-Gen for bringing in more outsiders than promoting existing staffs. A lady, who once was associated with the Sec-Gen is now married and became a permanent senior staff via a 41-47 Scale leap.
Other production personnel who have served the ministry for a longer period were denied equal chances to better wages and perks. Why? Many believe a sex scandal plays a big role here, not only at presence time but has been a 'common and usual phenomenon' since many years ago.
Third, is it true the a son of a former minister (deceased) would be given a RM400 million project soon?
Mr Minister, please get to the bottom of this! I should cease writing about all this craps but as nothing is done, I gotta go on.
I am not kidding!
Posted: 21 Mar 2011 06:56 AM PDT
We received a call from our man on the ground in N10 and he said that please see what has been written. audie61 thought that this is just impossible. However looking at the photograph attached it will say more than a thousand words.
Are you losts for words…???
This is a photograph of a Barisan National initiated project in the Kenyalang Park area. DAP has fully endorsed this project by incorporating their Rocket logo below the 1 Malaysia and Barisan National logo on the sign board.
Where DAP norm is to protest against BN, regardless of it's merits, for the sake of publicity, this time round, they have come out strongly and supported this Government project at Lorong Dato Bandar 2, Kenyalang Park.
A number of residents came out to meet us when we were in the area and informed us that they see a change in the political climate, where DAP is starting to support the BN government in local developmental projects. The residents view that this maybe due to the new and strongly supported BN candidate for the area, Prof Dr Sim Kui Hian. The residents also stated that an amicable understanding and acceptance of Dr Sim by the opposition will be very beneficial to the residents of Kenyalang. " How often do you see a BN Dacing and DAP Rocket side by side endorsing a BN Government project. Only In Sarawak." This is the general feedback from the residents in the area.
Some of the residents did voice a bit of dissapointment, in that, they had to wait for 5 years before the project was initiated, but never the less, very happy that the construction works have begun. Many residents view that this project might have been initiated by the new BN candidate in the area.
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NOTA EDITOR: Reaksi pertama Anwar Ibrahim adalah mendedahkan bukti keberadaan beliau pada 21 Februari 2011. Anwar Ibrahim ada merakam tweet yang menunjukkan beliau tidak berada di Carcossa. nampaknya percubaan Najib sekali lagi gagal.
Posted: 21 Mar 2011 05:40 AM PDT
Saya guna nama Najib sebab Najib adalah ketua umum UMNO. Dulu Najib nafi beliau di belakang fitnah liwat ke dua. Tapi, beliau terbukti berbohong apabila beliau menafikan bertemu Saiful sebelum pertuduhan dilakukan ke atas Anwar.
Kemudian Najib nafi beliau di belakang skandal pembelian wakil-wakil rakyat PKR untuk melompat ke UMNO. Tapi, laporan SPRM yang didedahkan Raja Petra menunjukkan Mahadzir Mat Khir merujuk kepada Dato Najib dalam operasi membeli wakil rakyat PKR. (Boleh baca laporan SPRM itu di sini)
Jadi, fitnah terbaru ke atas Anwar Ibrahim ini, berikan saya satu sebab mengapa perkara ini tidak ada kena mengena dengan najib Tun Razak?
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