Friday, April 8, 2011

Child Murderer: So what do you think of the PAS man who killed a 7-year old orphan?

Child Murderer: So what do you think of the PAS man who killed a 7-year old orphan?

Child Murderer: So what do you think of the PAS man who killed a 7-year old orphan?

Posted: 08 Apr 2011 01:16 PM PDT

There is really no expletive that could describe the anger that Imany Malaysians feel when they learnt that some self-righteous aresehole who thinks he is closer to god because he wears a fucking skullcap.

No I don't normally swear on my blog because sometimes kids read it but today I want to make it clear that there is no possible explanation that could be offered that could spare this hideous monster from the gallows, in fact I much prefer if he is pelted to death or be given the whip until he dies.

And I say even a slow agonising death is to good for this monster who thinks that beating a 7-year old child for two hours is somehow justified.

Even if the child had inadvertently caused serious injury to someone, he doesn't deserve anything more than a slap on the wrist or a whack of a thin case on his calf because, first and foremost Islam taught us that a child has to be of a certain age before it can even be asked to perform prayers, a child of seven does not have mandatory prayers on his shoulder because he is not capable of understanding the concept of responsibility

So he took RM7 without permission,,,take it back and slap him on the wrist and tells him that God frowns on theft and make him stand in a  corner or something.
But what is worse is that some PAS fanatics still come to his defence...

oh well I guess they all go to heaven even when they are child killers

SEX VIDEO" Please show the world the Umno sex video

Posted: 08 Apr 2011 01:02 PM PDT

so you have a video of Umno leaders having extra marital sex or ssex with a prostitute?

Show them to the world

we simply cannot hav people who pretend to be pious and behave like jalang behind our backs

If Umno leaders are like that show them to the world and lets sack them

Anwar fanboys think that BN supporters would tell them to please oh please dont shame our leaders?

well that may be the way they work in Pakatan but in BN now you can see that pro-BN bloggers treat BN leaders with the same irreverence they treat each other

anyone found straying would be whacked stupid by pro-BN bloggers

Do you ever see that happening in Pakatan?

so again, if you have the videos dont pussy foot, just expose it, we want to get rid of bad hats from within Umno and unlike PKR, we will take evidence from anyone''but they better be genuine or we will go after you

anyone who wants to help clean up Umno is welcome

please step up to the plate and play ball

Minister said 'former Estate workers', affidavit state squatters

Posted: 08 Apr 2011 07:49 AM PDT

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Taking a holiday from ridiculousness

Posted: 08 Apr 2011 09:25 AM PDT

Away from the madness

Since the last update on March 23 I have received many queries as to why I have not said anything new despite the fact that so much has happened? Really? Has so much happened? To me it is just the same shit on a different day.

Sex videos? We've seen and heard it all before. It's him. No! It's not me. Call for a Royal Commission. Heard it all before? Sure you have. You even know how things are going to turn out too, I'm sure.

Suicides at the MACC building? It's happened before. Maybe it will happen again. God forbid. And what is there for me or anyone else to say anymore? How can it happen? Worse things have. The IGP says that the 2 deaths that occurred on MACC premises were 'different' and that people should not conclude that anything had gone wrong. Gone wrong???!!! Another man died for no good reason. I'd say that's something very wrong. Different???!!! Oh yes, I remember reading somewhere that the difference so often quoted by the police is that one went there as a witness and the other just went there to 'do something' voluntarily. The fact that they both died is irrelevant? Sorry la. Maybe it is some legalese that I don't understand. You faham ke?

And now we have Ibrahim Ali saying that husbands have 'urges' that have to satisfied by the wives the moment they (ths husbands) get home to prevent them from going to find satisfaction in other places.

I don't know la.  That's why I think I am going to take a few more days off from Niamah!!! I've got urges that I have to go find ways of getting some release. Maybe I shall go jerk off while dreaming of the day when the government of my country and elected parliamentarians stop taking me for a fucking idiot.


(Video) Panas! Ceramah Anwar Ibrahim Di Miri - 8 April 2011

Posted: 08 Apr 2011 09:30 AM PDT

Ceramah Anwar Ibrahim di Miri! Tanda-tanda perubahan makin terjadi di Sarawak...

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Posted: 08 Apr 2011 09:17 AM PDT


Our UMNO response to a scandalous mess is neat and categorised. Cash and sex are the north and south pole of mass interest, each with a sprawling magnetic field. We divide the hemispheres with the equator of logic. Cash and corruption are the preserve of politics. Sex is the province of glamour. We refuse to recognise any cross-over evidence.

Now, Najib looks at prostitution to pull down Anwar

No one wants to know how much black money floats in our street, although the float might be a flood from dubious sources. Film publications are apathetic to finance. Their cover stories are devoted to who is sleeping with whom, or, more likely, pretending to sleep with whom. Lead stars are sometimes required to manufacture an affair as part of a film's pre-launch publicity even when it is obvious, from body language, that the hero and heroine are heartily sick of each other.Equally, mainline media shrugs off a politician's private life.READMORE UMNO Vice/Prostitution Media Empire Is Near a Big Infusion of back door Cash
This is in sharp contrast to the Anglo-American press and public, who hold a public figure to standards of probity they do not apply to themselves. It seems odd that societies so liberated on Friday nights should turn so puritan over politicians' weekends, but there it is. The French are more honest. They vote for lunch hour frisson.READMORE DEEPAK TO ROSMA YOU ARE MY JAI-HO, GHOST ALTANTUYA SAYS DEEPAK JAIKISHAN THE ROPE IS AROUND YOUR NECK NOW SAY YOUR LAST PRAYERS

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No journalist worth his or her laptop, therefore, would waste a moment on the private life of the the chief minister politician has enough left over to lubricate the silent wheels of is not coming apart because of a deep and riveting ideological debate on sexualised politicking. It's the money, honey. If the figures seem insane, just remember that greed spits at limits.
scam is the icing on the story. They all helped his upward mobility in one form or the other, with Congress support for his chief ministership being a stunning example of cynicism. Local journalists had reported much of this while he was in power. No one bothered.
The news from the south pole is actually far better. Minister in the Prime Minister's Department Datuk Seri Nazri Abdul Aziz has dismissed claims of Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor meddling in matters out of her jurisdiction, as the wife of the Prime Minister.
"There is no such thing as her meddling in national affairs. Who said this? These are all lies and slanderous statements," Nazri said Thursday.Nazri was responding to a supplementary question by Siti Zailah Mohd Yusof (PAS-Rantau Panjang), who asked him to outline the extent of Rosmah's authority as the wife of Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak."Rosmah, as the First Lady of Malaysia, was also invited by different countries to give keynote addresses at events. It is not as if she demanded to be invited."I'm sorry if nobody asked you to give keynote speeches," Nazri told Siti Zailah jokingly, leading to laughter by other MPs in the Dewan Rakyat.On claims that Rosmah had said the tsunami in Japan was caused by their failure to have environment-friendly measures, Nazri said her statement was taken out of context."You have to understand her statement in its full context and not just take a word or two and make your own assumptions," he said.To an earlier question by Datuk Tajuddin Abdul Rahman (BN – Pasir Salak), Nazri said the fact that Rosmah was invited to give keynote speeches should be seen as an honour given to Malaysia.The north pole, however, is in meltdown, the body politic ravaged by venality beyond the voter's comprehension. What was a nick in Mahatir's time, needing a mere Band-Aid, has spread into an incurable cancer.Patriotism, goes the proverb, is the last refuge of the scoundrel. The first refuge of a man charged with swindling billions of public wealth is clearly a stomach-ache. The second refuge is high blood pressure. Between the two, you can always smuggle yourself out of the dreary confines of custody, with mere mosquitoes for company, to the more salubrious environment of a hospital, which is where Koda reached at a brisk pace. The stomach-ache is key to this life-enhancing, if not quite life-saving, switch. High blood pressure, regretfully, can be measured and lowered. A stomach can always ache at will, swerving away from the locational probes of a doctor, particularly in a well-nourished stomach.In any case, time, and a generous bank balance, tends to soften the discomforts of incarceration. If the cash flow is supportive, a prison can even become a health ashram, with badminton thrown in as an optional extra. You never know: with diet control and regular morning walks that stomach might never need to ache again. It is not the health of Womaniser Nazri that should be our concern, but that of a more fragile entity called democracy.Datuk Seri Nazri Aziz wants a royal commission of inquiry (RCI) to be set up to determine whether an act of prostitution took place in the recently-released sex video that allegedly features Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim.The minister in the Prime Minister's Department said the RCI was also needed to determine whether or not the man in the video was the de facto opposition leader. Anwar has denied he is the man in the grainy 21-minute black-and-white video clip, first shown on March 21 to selected journalists."Prostitution is illegal in Malaysia. If you participate, or you are aiding and abetting in prostitution, if you patronise prostitutes for sex, this is a crime."The RCI would be to determine the identity of the man in the video and of the woman he was having sex with, whether she was a prostitute," said Nazri.

But section 372 (1) of the Penal Code states that it is only a crime if a person "sells, lets for hire… procures, buys or hires or otherwise obtains possession of" any person with the intention of employing, or using that same person for the purpose of prostitution.
The section states that it is also a crime to utilise "deceitful means" to assist in bringing a person in Malaysia for the purpose of prostitution.
Sections 372a and 372b state that it is a crime to live off the earnings of the prostitution of another person and it is also against the law to solicit for the purpose of prostitution.
The Penal Code does not say that it is illegal for an individual to engage in sex with a prostitute in Malaysia.
"There is a moral issue here. Anwar aspires to be prime minister of Malaysia… we cannot have a tainted prime minister, that is why we need to identify the person in the video… if it is Anwar, what would you think of him?" said Nazri.
A man and a woman are seen at an unidentified location in this still image from the now-removed controversial YouTube video.Elaborating further, the minister said today an RCI on the sex video was necessary to satisfy public interest.
"If the public is satisfied with the findings, then there would be no need for the RCI. But if there is an element of doubt, then RCI is needed.
"RCI is needed for anything of public interest, to clear up any issue of public interest," Nazri said.
But the de facto law minister cautioned that the RCI would only be needed if the public was not satisfied with the findings of the ongoing police investigations.
"We have to first wait for the police to complete investigations, to identify the man in the video," he said.
He said the Cabinet had decided to allow the police to complete the investigations first before pushing for an RCI.
Two weeks ago, a mysterious "Datuk T" had screened a video purportedly showing Anwar having sex with an unidentified woman.
Former Malacca Chief Minister Tan Sri Abdul Rahim Thamby Chik, businessman Datuk Shazryl Eskay Abdullah and Perkasa treasurer-general Datuk Shuib Lazim then claimed responsibility for the video, saying they screened the video to show "a man who wants to be prime minister is not qualified."
A 107-second snippet surfaced on the Internet on Sunday, just two days after police said the video was not doctored.
It made public part of the video that was only screened to select individuals and reporters prior to this but the clip has since been taken down from YouTube for violating the video site's policy on nudity and sexual content.
PKR has claimed that the clip proved the man in the video was not their de facto leader and repeated their demand that the trio be arrested for pornography.
When asked whether the "Datuk T" trio should be the ones charged for committing a crime, Nazri quickly responded by saying that that was a "separate issue."
"If the three people committed the offence, that will be up to the police to decide on after they wrap up their investigations," said the veteran Umno MP.
DAP lawmaker and veteran lawyer Karpal Singh said recently that the "Datuk T" trio could be charged under section 292 of the Penal Code and section 5 of the Film Censorship Act for allegedly distributing obscene material as well as criminal defamation and criminal intimidation.Angels of Death in Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC)REAMORE Malaysia and India are Partners in Crime from Emergingsexualised politicking to Emerging Corruption and Emerging Humiliation
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Customs wants to meet PM to clear RM108b graft charge

Posted: 08 Apr 2011 05:56 AM PDT

The Royal Malaysian Customs Union wants to meet with the prime minister over claims that the Customs department is responsible for RM108 billion in revenue loss to the country. Union president Ibrahim Ahmad said they want to meet with premier Najib Abdul Razak to seek his help to clear the department's name. Full Story:
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Waiting for death penalty in Singapore

Posted: 08 Apr 2011 04:19 AM PDT

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'Customs man's injuries in line with fall from height'

Posted: 08 Apr 2011 01:13 AM PDT

The injuries found on Selangor Customs Department assistant director Ahmad Sarbani Mohamed are consistent with falling from a height, said Federal Territory police chief Zulkifli Abdullah. Full Story :
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MPs dispute PM's view on TBH and Sarbani

Posted: 07 Apr 2011 11:27 PM PDT

Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak is wrong in claiming that there are no similarities between the deaths of Teoh Beng Hock and Customs senior officer Ahmad Sarbani Mohamed, Pakatan Rakyat MPs said today. By brushing aside parallels between the two cases, they said, Najib was undermining the seriousness of Ahmad Sarbani's death while in the MACC's custody. "Najib is wrong, because there are similarities with Teoh Beng Hock's death. Both died at a government building, while in the custody of an enforcement agency," said Klang MP Charles Santiago.
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Patutnya Eskay yang Mesti Tunjuk Jam, Bukan Kak Wan

Posted: 08 Apr 2011 07:44 AM PDT

Sepanjang sidang akhbar Eskay bersama Rahim Thamby Chik dan Shuib PERKASA, tidak sekali pun ESKAY menunjukkan Jam OMEGA yang beliau dakwa kepunyaan Anwar.

Dan tuduhan tersebut dimulakan oleh ESKAY dan Rahim Thamby. Secara logiknya, tanggungjawab ESKAY dan RAHIM THAMBY CHIK untuk menunjukkan jam yang Eskay dakwa kepunyaan Anwar tapi dalam simpanan beliau itu.

Saya tak paham kenapa beriye-iye sangat UMNO minta Kak Wan tunjukkan jam tersebut. Saya sebagai orang Islam yang mempunyai nilai-nilai kemanusian MENDESAK Kak Wan supaya JANGAN tunjuk jam tersebut SEBELUM ESKAY yang tunjuk.

Bagi saya, Eskay tidak ada jam tersebut. Beliau hanya berbohong dan menyerahkan jam yang BUKAN KEPUNYAAN ANWAR. Kemungkinan besar jam tersebut adalah ciplak dari China ataupun jjam tersebut milik Dr Mahathir kerana Dr Mahathir pun ada satu jugak.

Mungkin juga jam yang Eskay dakwa itu rupanya begini:

Pimps, Prostitutes, Politicians.

Posted: 08 Apr 2011 07:23 AM PDT

The connection between the three seems to be forged in a climate of earthly desires that tends to overwhelm those who are amongst the rich and quite infamous.

Malaysia has been caught in a swirl of sordid allegations and an obvious case of political entrapment using the age old method involving titled pimps and a China Doll 'prostitute.

The pimp has been identified as Datuk  Eskay Syazryl Abdullah, a former masseuse and physiotherapist for the American Olympics gymnastic team and the Dallas Cowboys.

Carrying the title 'Datuk' here in Malaysia is like having the British Knighthood which carries the title 'Sir' over in the UK. Imagine having a 'Datuk' playing the part of a pimp for the leading opposition politician whom they have set their sights upon?

Its not a pretty sight as we witness the politician's family come to his defense as they inadvertently are dragged to the fore of this entrapment in the form of a scandal that the perpetrators draw it out to be.

Which wife would want to let her husband be quartered and drawn by his foes? Naturally she will never allow her beau to be harmed in any way for he is not only her life partner and father to her 6 kids but also the Malaysian Opposition leader.

If he falls from grace, the entire Malaysian Opposition pact will follow suit ala the 'Domino theory'. It will derail their mission to take over Putrajaya indefinitely!

The weird thing is that this pimp in the form of Datuk Eskay seems to be above the law as far as the legal process of this nation is concerned. 

No action seems to have been taken upon all 3 of them @ Datuk 'Trio' who admitted being responsible over the lewd video that incriminates their intended sheep for the political slaughter.

I am starting to have my doubts as to the standing of this nation's due process and upholding of the existing laws?

Maybe it is now alright for smut peddlars in the form of titled individuals to entrap and attempt to implicate their political foes as what they have done to Anwar?

Only thing is that no matter how we see it, something just doesn't seem right.

The entrapment seems not to stick no matter what and we are all presented with an inertia of the justice system.

The law seems to be just a tease.

What do you say?

Doesn't it seem so?

(Gambar) Lagi Ceramah Pakatan Rakyat Di PRN Sarawak

Posted: 08 Apr 2011 06:44 AM PDT

Sambutan kepada Pakatan Rakyat di Bandar Sarawak sangat menggalakan, namun harus diingatkan, untuk memerintah Sarawak, mereka harus memastikan sambutan Pakatan Rakyat di luar bandar harus ditingkatkan...

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Union Wants Najib To Explain Sarbani’s Death, Clear Customs’ Name - By Asrul Hadi Abdullah Sani.

Posted: 08 Apr 2011 06:17 AM PDT

The main Customs officers union decided today to seek an explanation from Datuk Seri Najib Razak and clear the department's name after the fatal death plunge of a senior officer being investigated for suspected corruption over billions of ringgit of unpaid tax.

The Peninsular Malaysia Customs Union also wants the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) to explain Ahmad Sarbani Mohamed's death at its Federal Territory office in Jalan Cochrane here on Wednesday and clear his name as a suicide case.

"We hope that Sarbani's name will be cleared from the word suicide," union president Ibrahim Ahmad told reporters here after a two-hour meeting with Cuepacs, the umbrella organisation for civil servants.

The prime minister promised yesterday a transparent and professional investigation into Sarbani's death but said the circumstances were different from a similar death plunge involving Teoh Beng Hock as the Customs officer was not being questioned on Wednesday unlike the DAP political aide.

Incidentally, the Royal Malaysian Customs is under the purview of the Finance Ministry which is headed by Najib.

"We want to meet with the prime minister for an explanation and clear the Customs' name. We also want to meet the MACC chief and ask for his explanation and what MACC plans to do next," Ibrahim said.

He also warned MACC to be more professional during its interrogations and not cause any physical harm.

Ibrahim also said that it was unfair for MACC to target Customs officials in its bid to recoup a whopping RM108 billion in reported revenue loss to the country annually.

"We have consistently submitted our revenue report and every year we earn about RM28 billion so it is illogical for us to be responsible for the RM108 billion," he said, referring to last week's raid that led to the arrest of 62 officers, including Sarbani.

The MACC raided over 100 premises including 25 Customs offices in a nationwide dragnet for alleged tax evasion, money laundering and illegal funds outflows worth billions of ringgit.

The Selangor Customs assistant director was found dead on the ground outside the MACC's office in Jalan Cochrane at about 10.20am on Wednesday, where he is believed to have fallen out of the building's third-floor window.

Sarbani's death comes as a royal commission of inquiry (RCI) is investigating MACC operational procedures and the death of Teoh on July 16, 2009 after a coroner's inquest returned an open verdict of neither suicide nor homicide.

The aide to Selangor executive councillor Ean Yong Hian Wah was a witness whose body was found sprawled on the fifth-floor corridor of the anti-graft body's Selangor headquarters following overnight questioning there.

Kuala Lumpur police chief Datuk Zulkifli Abdullah also confirmed that Sarbani suffered injuries that were consistent with a fall from height but refused to say if the 56-year-old father had suffered any other injuries.

Courtesy of The Malaysian Insider

Christian Group Rejects Alkitab Solution - By Boo Su-Lyn.

Posted: 08 Apr 2011 06:23 AM PDT

A Christian group has described Putrajaya's 10-point formula to resolve the Alkitab row as a red herring that did not address the erosion of their religious freedom over the decades.

The Council of Churches of Malaysia (CCM) Youth said the federal government's proposed solution would split Christians in east Malaysia from those in the peninsula.

"The Malaysian government has unreasonably and unjustly acted in bad faith since the early 1970s to date against the Christian community," said its secretary Daniel Chai in a statement today.

He said the 10-point proposal did not get to the heart of the matter which is discrimination "against the Christian citizenry for close to 40 years, resulting in the gradual deterioration of basic rights of Christians to freely exercise their faith."

Faced with an unyielding Christian community days ahead of a crucial state poll in Sarawak, the government offered on Saturday a 10-point solution to the Alkitab impasse which will allow the Bible to be freely distributed across the country in all languages.

The Cabinet offered a new list of suggestions to put an end to the month-long stand-off over 35,000 Alkitab seized by the Home Ministry in a bid to head off a possible backlash against the ruling Barisan Nasional (BN) during the April 16 vote by Christians who make up half the population in Sarawak.

However, it insisted that Malay-language bibles in the peninsula be marked with a cross and "Christian Publication" on the front cover.

This was despite a pending appeal by the government over the Kuala Lumpur High Court's decision to allow non-Muslims to use the term Allah in their printed materials.

Muslims were upset by what they saw as a clear breach of the Control and Restriction of the Propagation of Non-Islamic Religions Enactment that bars non-Muslims from using Allah to refer to God in all states besides Sabah, Sarawak, Penang and the federal territories.

CCM Youth stressed today that the Alkitab issue was not its sole concern, but what it termed as the government's unjust actions against the Christian community.

It said it "is saddened that Christians today were openly abused, harassed and provoked in the media" by "overzealous religious officers and Islamic-based NGOs" who were "encouraged by the government" to "propagate and sow seeds of hatred towards the Christian community."

Chai accused the federal government of violating their rights since the '70s such as banning or disallowing Christian fellowships from schools and universities, gazetting the Alkitab under the Internal Security Act, denying land to build churches and prohibiting them from calling their god "Allah".

CCM Youth also lashed out at the federal government for mistakenly linking activities like Valentine's Day and the poco-poco dance to Christianity without consulting Christians.

"The 10-point proposal served only to promote disunity amongst Christians, playing to the ruling government's 'divide-and-rule' tune," it said.

The group added that Putrajaya's 10-point formula reduced Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak's 1 Malaysia concept to mere "political rhetoric".

"If Christian leaders had agreed to this proposal, the Orang Asal of Sabah and Sarawak would have one rule; while believers in the peninsula, including the Orang Asli, would have another rule. Should Christians subject themselves to such confusion and be manipulated to accept such terms?" questioned CCM Youth.

The young Christians further called it "ludicrous" to ban them from using Bahasa Malaysia in exercising their faith.

"On the one hand, non-Malay citizens are often criticised for their purported lack of loyalty when they did not speak Bahasa Malaysia, but when they did, like in this case in order to read the Bible, which they had been doing for generations, they were denied that right," said CCM Youth.

The group urged the government prove its sincerity in resolving the controversy by dropping its appeal against the High Court's decision in 2009 to allow Christians to call their god "Allah".

"This action would immediately lead to the withdrawal of the Allah and the Alkitab from any further restrictions in the country," it said.

"CCM Youth believes that the 10-point proposal is superfluous as Christian citizens are not asking for anything extra, but for their basic constitutional rights, enshrined in the Federal Constitution, to be respected and honoured," it added.

Courtesy of The Malaysian Insider

Of Prostitutes And Politicians — By The Malaysian Insider.

Posted: 08 Apr 2011 06:04 AM PDT

Do we really need a royal commission of inquiry (RCI) to determine the man having sex in a video clip taken from a closed-circuit television (CCTV) footage?

If having sex is not an offence, do we want to take offence that the man had sex with a woman who is purportedly a prostitute?

Minister in the Prime Minister's Department Datuk Seri Nazri Aziz thinks so. So do a few other ministers and politicians. They want to make sure that the man is not Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim as alleged by a trio calling themselves Datuk T who first aired the video clip weeks ago.

"There is a moral issue here. Anwar aspires to be prime minister of Malaysia… we cannot have a tainted prime minister, that is why we need to identify the person in the video… if it is Anwar, what would you think of him?" Nazri told The Malaysian Insider.

His idea suggests that the government has no faith that the police can get to the bottom of the matter, to identify a man having sex with a woman.

Is it our concern? Can we simply assume the woman is a prostitute because three men with questionable motives said so?

Nazri's point is to safeguard the country's image based on the assumption and fear that Anwar and his allies are strong enough to defeat Barisan Nasional (BN) in the next general election after a historic Election 2008 where they had denied the ruling coalition its customary two-thirds parliamentary majority.

But isn't this public debate over a man's sex life already damaging the country's image.

It is enough to throw Anwar another sodomy charge based on a complaint by a young man especially when the evidence is rather scant but to smear him with patronising prostitutes is just rubbing salt to the wound.

And an RCI would be an over-the-top way of ensuring Anwar is but a memory in Malaysian politics.

It is a frivolous exercise at a time when other matters are adding to the damage Malaysia has endured over the years. Two mysterious death plunges in MACC buildings, alleged corruption and inflated prices for defence equipment, government facilities that collapse just years after being used and a laundry list longer that the charges against Anwar.

Of course, the government can form an RCI to look into whether prostitution took place in the sex tape. It is well within their right.

But it shows how ridiculous and incompetent they are in seizing trivial issues based on morality when the larger issue of governance is left alone. We need a government that brings us forward, not one that trips us into the gutter.

Pakatan Rakyat pun tak faham manifesto sendiri!

Posted: 08 Apr 2011 04:19 AM PDT

Pakatan Rakyat pagi tadi mengumumkan manifesto 10 perkara bagi menghadapi pilihanraya negeri Sarawak, sebahagian besarnya isu sama dan masih tidak tertunai pada pilihanraya umum ke-12 pada 2008.

Apa lagi kalau bukan isu kebebasan agama, kerajaan yang telus, membasmi kemiskinan, hubungan baik Kerajaan Pusat dan Negeri dan mengurangkan pengangguran. Mungkin satu-satunya isu baru ialah pemulihan sistem pemilikan tanah di Sarawak, yang dianggap bukan lagi isu kerana sudah pun diselesaikan oleh kerajaan negeri.

Pengerusi DAP Sarawak, Wong Ho Leng ketika mengumumkannya di Sibu pagi tadi, turut menyentuh isu penghijauan Sarawak yang menjurus kepada pembalakan yang dikatakan tanpa henti oleh pihak yang dilantik kerajaan negeri.

Beliau enggan mengakui hakikat bahawa pembalakan di Sarawak dijalankan secara bersitematik dan tidak 'menggodolkan' kawasan terbabit seperti yang didakwa pembangkang. Manifesto ini mungkin dibuat dalam keadaan tergesa-gesa tanpa kajian.

Amat aneh. Kebebasan beragama yang sebagaimanakah dimaksudkan oleh Pakatan Rakyat sedangkan kerajaan memang inilah dasar yang diamalkan oleh kerajaan selama ini. Malah, ia terkandung dalam Perlembagaan Persekutuan.

Mungkin PR ingin memperkenalkan kebebasan seperti di beberapa negara lain, contohnya Indonesia di mana orang bukan Islam yang ingin berkahwin dengan pasangan Islam tidak diwajibkan memeluk agama Islam.

Barangkali PAS juga menyokong saranan ini, yang sekaligus akan meranapkan peruntukan Perlembagaan. Atau PR sendiri memang ada peranan khas ketika kitab Injil bahasa Melayu, al-Kitab diterbitkan dan dihimpunkan di Sarawak!

Saya juga tidak faham secara khusus apa yang dimaksudkan keadilan bagi semua rakyat Sarawak di bidang budaya dan pendidikan. Soalan yang bermain di kepala ialah, bolehkah PR menjamin minoriti Penan akan mendapat layanan istimewa seperti yang diberikan oleh kerajaan negeri sekarang?

Malah, hasratnya mengekalkan Sarawak sebagai sebuah negeri sekular tidak ada bezanya dengan pendekatan Barisan Nasional. Tak tahulah kalau sekularisme PR akan membenarkan masyarakat pribumi diinjak-injak seperti mana DAP membuli dan meminggirkan Melayu Pulau Pinang sekarang!

Janji untuk agihan sama rata hasil kekayaan bumi Sarawak juga boleh dipertikaikan. Jika dilihat kepada Selangor dan Pulau Pinang, kekayaan kedua-dua negeri ini hanya dikhaskan kepada pemimpin PKR, DAP, dan PAS saja.

Jadi, siapa lagi akan menikmati kesamarataan ini jika PR memerintah Sarawak? Orang Singapura?

Janji yang 'sedikit baru' ialah penyambungan tanpa syarat pajakan tanah selama 99 tahun, sesuatu yang pada hakikatnya sukar dilaksanakan kerana kebanyakan tanah milik pribumi sudah pun memiliki status pajakan sehingga 999 tahun.

Mengenai kemiskinan, PR berjanji akan menubuhkan dana RM1 bilion bagi melaksanakan projek jalan kampung bagi menghubungkan semua kawasan luar bandar. Dari manakah PR akan mendapat dana sebanyak itu, tidaklah diketahui sedangkan usaha berterusan Kerajaan Pusat di bawah projek jalan desa masih diteruskan.

Sedarkah PR bahawa Kerajaan Pusat dan Negeri mengambil masa bertahun-tahun untuk membangunkan jalan kampung ini dan lebih RM50 bilion sudah dibelanjakan sejak 1970an. Jadi, apakah model pembangunan PR untuk melaksanakannya dalam tempoh yang singkat?

Bekas Menteri Kesihatan, Chua Jui Meng yang turut hadir di majlis pengumuman manifesto itu, enggan menjawab soalan pihak media mengenai siapakah yang menyusun manifesto itu dan sama ada ia mendapat persetujuan semua komponennya.

Namun apa yang pasti, manifesto ini kebanyakannya mengandungi perkara lapuk yang masih tidak terlaksana di Semenanjung, khasnya di Pulau Pinang dan Selangor, Malah di Kelantan pun, pucuk kepimpinan PAS masih berbelah bahagi mengenai pelaksanaannya.

Selepas diamati, di manakah letaknya lojik manifesto PR di Sarawak?


Posted: 08 Apr 2011 04:11 AM PDT

Anwar said Sarawak's riches were being stripped for the "benefit of the ruling elite." — file pic
SEKINCHAN, April 8 — Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim has delivered a damning appraisal of Sarawak under the Taib administration, which he claimed has been left to languish in "appaling" conditions and now in dire need of renewal.
The PKR de facto leader minced no words last night when painting a bleak picture of the current socio-economic conditions of the hornbill state ahead of the Sarawak elections, and fully blamed the poor conditions and lack of infrastructure there on Chief Minister Tan Sri Abdul Taib Mahmud.
"I went to this kampung near Limbang in Sarawak, and what I saw there saddened my heart… the roof of a house burnt for four years and nothing has been done to fix it.
"I am telling them, Umno, Taib… enough of this. The people of Sarawak — the Ibans, Kadazans, Lumbawangs — they are also our people, they are also Malaysians… don't make them any poorer, please.
"Enough is enough," said Anwar to an enthusiastic crowd of over 4,000 here, who cheered and clapped along with his speech.
Anwar said it was surprising that Sarawak, with all its natural resources, continued to have constituencies so under-developed and people in such abject poverty.
PR is painting the Sarawak polls as a referendum on Taib's rule.
He laid the blame for these conditions squarely on the doorstep of Taib and the ruling Barisan Nasioal (BN), which he accused of allowing the state's vast resources to be hogged for the "benefit of the ruling elite."
"In Sarawak, people are in need of material for houses, wood… this is surprising for a state which produces wood logs and fuel, yet its people are stripped of rights to state resources… this is due to a gutless, cruel leadership," Anwar said.
While Pakatan Rakyat (PR) leaders have been campaigning hard for the state elections, they remain undecided on a potential leadership line-up should they somehow wrest Sarawak from under BN rule on April 16.
The pact's leaders maintained that the main aim now was to deny BN a two-thirds majority in the state assembly.
The party bosses said they have not yet determined who among its leaders should sit in the state Cabinet and, most significantly, who might replace Taib as Sarawak chief minister.
Taib, the country's longest serving chief minister, has ruled over the resource-rich Sarawak for a record 30 years and has been described as Malaysia's most powerful state leader, with a business empire that spans across at least eight nations.
In the state's 2006 polls, BN won in 63 seats while DAP secured six and PKR and Parti Cinta Malaysia (PCM) won one seat each.
"We (PR) promise to help all-Malays, Chinese, Indians, Ibans, Kadazans, Melanaus, regardless of race or religion…look at Umno-BN and how they rob the rights of the Bible to be used in Malay," said Anwar last night.
"There is no pressure in religion, and we also have to respect the rights of other faiths."
Of the 979,796 voters in Sarawak, the Chinese make up 31.5 per cent, Ibans 29 per cent, the Malay/Melanau 27.5 per cent, Bidayuh eight per cent, Orang Ulus 3.7 per cent and others 0.26 per cent.
PR is banking heavily on support from the Chinese community as well as the state's Christians, who make up more than half of the electorate.
Excited chatters and murmurs filled the night air when Anwar addressed the issue of the alleged sex video of himself, which first made headlines when it was released two weeks ago.
The Permatang Pauh MP has consistently denied that the man in the video was him.
Yesterday, Anwar said the attempts by Umno to attack his credibility by linking him with the sex video showed that they were afraid of PR's chances in Sarawak and wanted to throw a wrench in the works of the federal opposition now focussed on the hornbill state.
"They no longer have anything to argue with, that's why they are using this sex video.
"Imagine a rapist is preaching about good values," said Anwar snidely.

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The Black Ninja of Dr Mahathir?

Posted: 08 Apr 2011 03:32 AM PDT

Friday night, so time for another uncles' story – kaytee's uncles of course wakakaka.

In the last few days I glossed over some news articles about that carpet bloke who was variously Rosmah Mansor's toy boy, confidante, friend, fix-it-all man ('mechanic'), brown bag carrier, younger 'brother' (alamak, how ungracious of him to describe a woman as 'older'), whoever, whatever, etc.

Quite frankly, it's not newsworthy to me. I can't even recall his name other than it's one belonging to a mamak, wakakaka.

But it triggered my uncles to relate to me a story in Dr Mahathir's days, where there was another bloke like him, a fix-it-all-for-the-boss 'mechanic. He too was an Indian but not a mamak.

In fact he was highly qualified and could be described as a lotus* (in the Chinese sense), you know, the admirable type who rose from very very humble beginnings on his own merits to very nearly the top of society, though ironically after he surmounted his difficult beginnings to become a someone in society on his own rights and achievements, he lingered mostly in the dark, as a 'mechanic' for his political boss.

* to know what is a Chinese lotus, read my June 2005 post The Lotus Will Not Bloom For One Man.

Unc said he was from the unfortunate lowest caste, an unjust and diabolically oppressive religio-social system that some Indian-Hindu Malaysians even today, for some inexplicable reasons, voluntarily subordinate themselves to its ideological imperatives of strict social stratification and the associated evil of taboo-ed caste-miscegenation.

Murphy's Law required that he fell in love with a sweetheart from an upper caste family, so it looked like it was going to be a sad impossible Romeo-Juliet type of scenario for them. But thanks to the courage and fortitude of his sweetie, they married in defiance of her family objections. He was a good husband and father.

Then like a Chinese lotus, he studied hard (while his wife worked hard to supplement their income), emerged above the muddy waters of his caste and unprivileged position to graduate as an outstanding electrical engineer, became a big corporate somebody, owned big house(s), Mercedes, the whole caboodle of 'I have arrived' material trophies, and the pinnacle of social achievement for him, a Datukship, all these even before he became a covert political aide. Eat that, family-in law!

Bravo to him, but why he went that extra bit, the whole nine yards so to speak, to become a political 'mechanic', one can only wonder? Was it greed for more, was it hubris he could move and shake the Malaysia political world (albeit from behind the scenes), was it a sense of thrill to be rubbing shoulders with the highest office in the land, was it his belief he would be doing some service for his nation, or was it to show his in-laws he was right up there with the nation's No 1 nyeh nyeh nyeh?

Who knows, though that won't stop us from our favourite Malaysian pastime, speculating wakakaka.

The story went that he was so politically powerful even UMNO members, let alone MIC, MCA or Gerakan people, shivered when they heard of his name or involvement, because he was allegedly the No 1 'mechanic' for Dr Mahathir. He was the man to make the Pharoah-ish "So it shall be written, so it shall be done" happened, and his reputation was such he ensured his boss' every 'wish' always happened.

They called him the Black Ninja, naturally only behind his back.

Does anyone know about this, and can share some stories? Or, were my Uncs being creative? Wakakaka

Two Dead, And Counting? — By Dr Kamal Amzan.

Posted: 08 Apr 2011 02:43 AM PDT

Okay, deep breath, everyone. Let's take a moment (or two) to collect our thoughts before we go to one MACC building and have a badminton game there.

Two almost similar deaths occurring about two years apart does not only raise eyebrows and set tongues wagging, it effectively also made the MACC vulnerable to assumptions and attacks that assassinates staff's morale and a prelude to the burial of its credibility and integrity, in a hastily dug grave if I may add.

The death rate in the MACC compound is 200 per cent higher than most coffee shops, cyber cafes, night clubs, shopping complexes and "pasar malams" you find in the country over the same period of time.

The fact that this occurred within the compound of an organisation that is supposed to uphold the rule of law, to make Malaysians feel safer (whether it is false perceptions or otherwise) makes a mockery of our institutions and with it our system of governance.

Déjà vu aside, we rightly hear people calling for an inquest over the incident and some are even asking for the setting up of another Royal Commission of Inquiry (RCI) even before the end of Episode One with the late Teoh Beng Hock.

Since an inquest like the first may end up with an open verdict (neither suicide nor homicide), I tend to support the setting up of another RCI. Not only does this save time but it reflects the grave severity underlying such incidents.

With another Royal Commission knocking on their door, I am sure the relevant investigating officers will carry out their duties more diligently and professionally, i.e immediately submitting any suicidal notes found on the deceased, collecting complete and even incomplete thumb prints for records and comparison, writing reports on the day itself and not a few days later even if their minds work better that way.

Whatever motivates them I hope they remember, that they have a duty to every taxpaying Malaysian citizen to uncover the truth no matter how bitter they found it to be.

And second, Malaysians are not the only ones watching, and attentions are on us again for all the wrong reasons.

If MACC is doing a good job before (as it claims), logically they should then realise that they have many enemies and detractors in the highest and the lowest ranks of society.

That should be their KPIs, by the number of rich, powerful, politically connected enemies they create in the line of duty.

Going by the same logic, and excluding those with suicidal intentions, there are more than enough crooks, with more than enough motives to kill, steal, threat and blackmail people in MACC buildings.

Is it therefore such a surprise that people with no suicidal intention were found dead, again, after MACC started a nationwide crackdown involving billions and billions of ringgit in tax evasion?

Common sense is sometimes not so common after all.

MACC has so far suspended two of its officers for violating their protocol on witnesses and people-handling within MACC compounds. Apparently no one is allowed to enter MACC buildings and be left alone without an accompanying officer.

Though sensible as it sounds, it implies that the security is not as good as it should be. Aren't there any CCTVs in the room, or at least the hallway leading to the rooms? What about a key card system that records the unlocking and locking of rooms? That should put guests, suspects and witnesses safe to a certain extent, no?

What about putting bars on windows to prevent the first event from repeating itself? I ask all this because I don't know, but I can safely assume that IF an officer has to accompany every visitor there, the answer is most likely no. No to key cards, no to CCTVs, no to iron bars.

I think it is more efficient to have those rather than asking officers to accompany everyone in the building. What if there are 20 people to interview and interrogate? That is just a waste of manpower, isn't it?

Whatever systems they employ, I hope they agree that the security in MACC must be of paramount importance. It must exist to deter, prevent, and if necessary pinpoint the devil in whatever disguise while protect innocent civilians and whistle blowers in the building from harm.

Over the next few days the blame game will start. The first salvo will usually be from the oppositions and NGOs, and reciprocated by the appropriate parties hoping to score points for the coming election.

But I hope they prove me wrong. I hope they keep politics and politicians (clean or not) from this current mess. Politics and politicians have too many vested interests to meddle in MACC, which should only be answerable to the parliament in my honest opinion.

Government agencies, opposition parties, NGOs and families of the deceased should sit down and look at this objectively, bearing in mind that this is not about scoring political mileage but to restore the credibility of one of the important institutions we've had so far.

It is in its infancy, stumbling clumsily, running to mommy and daddy for help at times, stuttering alphabets and only taking mashed vegetables. But let's admit it; they are trying (though not good enough) with the latest arrests to cripple billions of ringgit in tax evasion syndicates, which led us to the current tragedy today.

I am like all Malaysians, sad, angry, frustrated and all the other host of feelings indescribable in words. But emotions aside, I hope my fellow Malaysians will be objective in our assessments vis a vis the current situation, for emotions does not mix well with logic and common sense.

I pray that this marks a new dawn in MACC, and that both Teoh Beng Hock and Ahmad Sarbani Mohamed death was not in vain. Their stories must be told, and culprits, if any brought to justice to face the appropriate wrath of Malaysian public.

Let us pause for a moment of silence, for both of the deceased.

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