Mat King Leather seeing a cosmetic surgeon?

Mat King Leather: Blowing......

Opposition Leader Anwar “Mat King Leather”Ibrahim is believed to be meeting a cosmetic surgeon, whilst in London at the moment. He arrived on the day Sarawakians decided to throw his party out of Borneo with only three seats won out of 49 contested.

He was said to be seen at a world renowned cosmetic surgery clinic in Central London, 111 Harley Street, earlier today. Amongst other things, 111 Harley offers face-lift and facial constructive and liposuction surgery.

Mat King Leather: An expression of a desperado, caught on camera literally with his pants down!

Why he is there is not known. However, speculation has started to spread that there is possibility that the one-time-abuse-of-power-convict could be wanting some cosmetic surgeon, now that the person on the much-talked-about-video of a man who looked like him having sex with a Chinese has been ascertained by the Police. The video is also said to be genuine, too.

If he is the man in the video, then he could be charged for soliciting sex from a woman under the Women and Family Act. The syariah courts would then have to determine for the felon against Islamic laws for having illicit sex. Other than that, his political career amongst the predominantly Malay voters would be brought down to near none existence.

The one-time-convicted-for-sodomy-but-released-for-technicalities is also currently under going a trial being charged under Section 377 of the Penal Code for having ‘unnatural sexual activities’ (anal-intercourse) with his former aide Mohd. Saiful Bukhari Azlan in June 2008. If convicted, he could be jailed up to 20 years and flogged. This case received a lot of attention, especially when the defense already attempted to postpone it by 30 times and twice to recuse the trial judge.

Practicing homosexuals are also known to require cosmetic surgery. Anwar’s adopted brother Sukma Dharma Saasmitatmadja in 1998 confessed to the Police that he underwent to ‘tighten’ his anus muscle.

If this is true, then it is interesting to know why Anwar showed up at the cosmetic surgery in London, just before he leaves for the gay-capital of Europe, on his way to Osaka, Japan. He is expected to departed Kansai International for KLIA on 21 April 2011 1600hrs onboard MH053.

For the record, this is the recording where he calls himself, “Mat King Leather”. Scroll recording to 4:30 :

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Published in: on April 18, 2011 at 19:36  Comments (12)  

Sarawak Chinese: Ready to be discluded?

After officially obtaining a simple majority for the Sarawak State Assembly on Saturday night, Chief Minister Pehin Seri Abdul Taib Mahmud summarily swore in to office in front of TYT Gabenor Sarawak Tun Abang Hj Ahmad  Sallahuddin Abang Barieng in Petra Jaya at 1030pm.

Despite managing to retain up and above the 2/3 majority, BN Sarawak Chinese dominant component party SUPP lost badly. Sarawak Chinese gave their thumping support to Chinese Chauvinist DAP and the Semenanjung-imported-racially-charged anti establishment campaign. Taib immediate response that he promised to ponder into why the Chinese gave BN Sarawak poor support.

This is what the foreign press’s observation:

Sarawak Chinese aloof as government wins state poll

By Jennifer PakBBC News, Kuala Lumpur

Chief minister of Malaysia's state of Sarawak, Abdul Taib Mahmud, Kuching April 16, 2011
Chief Minister Taib brushed off serious corruption allegations, arriving at the polls in his Rolls Royce

Malaysia’s governing coalition won a key election in the Borneo state of Sarawak over the weekend, but it lost most of the ethnic Chinese vote.

The Chinese-based party in the governing National Front coalition says it must change tack and reconnect with the Chinese minority.

They warned that if Chinese voters continue to support the opposition at the state and national level, it would lead to greater polarisation among the Malay, Chinese and Indians in the country.

The election results show that this diverse country – which has a Muslim majority – is still deeply divided along ethnic and religious lines.

In 2008, Chinese and Indian minorities across Malaysia, who are mainly Christians, Hindus and Buddhists, abandoned the government and voted for the opposition.

Many complained of racism and a lack of religious freedom.

Race worries

As a result, the National Front coalition suffered record losses. Prime Minister Najib Razak pledged to make the economy based on merit rather than on race.

But he did not make any drastic changes to policies which had long favoured the Malay-Muslim majority.

However, in recent weeks, the authorities did try to appease the Christian minority. They released some 35,000 Malay-language bibles.

The books had been repeatedly impounded by customs officials in a dispute between Christians and Muslims over the use of the word “Allah.”

The Sarawak election was the biggest test of Prime Minister Najib’s message of national unity and inclusiveness.

Analysts say Chinese voters sent a clear signal to the government that they want much bigger changes.

The Sarawak results may make the government hold off on calling an early national election.

Analysts say that without the support of the ethnic minorities, the governing coalition may not be able to regain its two-thirds majority in parliament.


Today is the first working day for Sarawak post 10th state election which concluded two days ago. Taib must start to think what sort of government shall he form now. Clearly, Sarawak Chinese are not interested to ‘play ball’ with him, but instead against him.

For intend and purpose,  Sarawak Chinese should consider Taib’s 30 years as a bliss for them. Taib allowed them to do what ever they want and their businesses flourished without or minimally conditions imposed. It was a very good deal for the majority Fu Chow community, mainly in the urban coastal settlements. They benefitted immensely with all of the business opportunities opened to them.

And yet they decided to pander onto Semenanjung Chinese Chauvinism brought into the land of hornbill via DAP. Now, they want to challenge Taib’s leadership of  tolerance, patience if not very least, consider his kindness.

This is what Borneo Post reported:

CM: Present victorious full ministers to remain

Posted on April 18, 2011, Monday

KUCHING: Chief Minister Pehin Sri Abdul Taib Mahmud said the final shape of his new state cabinet will be ready in one month’s time.

In the meantime, Taib said all ministers who won the state election will be retained in their posts before he appoints new assistant ministers or re-appoints others.

“The final shape of the cabinet will take one month. As temporary measure, I will maintain all full ministers who have won the election, then only will I decide on who to be assistant ministers,” he said.

Taib, who is state BN chairman and PBB president, said this at his residence in Demak Jaya Saturday night after he was sworn in as Chief Minister for the eighth time at the Astana Negeri. Taib is also Minister of Planning and Resource Management.

After the resignation of several assistant ministers and the dropping of some of them as Barisan Nasional (BN) candidates prior to the state election and also after the defeat of a few ministers in the just concluded election, there are now vacancies in Taib’s new administration.

The defeated BN heavyweights are former deputy chief minister Datuk Patinggi Tan Sri Dr George Chan (BN-SUPP Piasau), former assistant minister of agriculture Datuk Peter Nyarok Entrie (BN-SPDP Krian), former assistant minister in the Chief Minister’s Office Tan Joo Phoi (BN-SUPP Batu Kawah) and former assistant minister of agriculture Datuk David Teng Lung Chi (BN-SUPP Repok).

Among the assistant ministers dropped as BN candidates were Larry Sng and Datuk Dr Soon Choon Teck.   After the defeat of Dr Chan, who is also SUPP president, in Piasau as well as SUPP’s big loss this

time around, speculations are now rife that mathematical proportion does not warrant SUPP the deputy chief minister’s post.

SUPP managed to win only six out the 19 seats allocated to it by BN while PBB won 35, PRS (8) and SPDP (6).

A full minister post (deputy chief minister) is vacant and at least six assistant minister posts are up for grabs.

Another speculation is that either BN-SUPP Bengoh winning candidate Dr Jerip Susil or BN-SUPP Simanggang winning candidate Datuk Francis Harden Hollis may rise up to become full minister because of their seniority in SUPP.

On the structure of his new state cabinet, Taib said the state BN will be basing it on the people’s demand through the polls. He said he has yet to study thoroughly the overall election result because he only glanced through it last Saturday.

On SUPP representation in the next government, Taib said: “We will think further about it. We may be basing it on feedback after getting enough views from the people and SUPP or we just have to look at the bigger picture.”

He added that first and foremost the government needed to hear what SUPP has in mind before he can decide on SUPP’s representation in the government.

On another matter, Taib said even though he had expected BN to lose some seats he was surprised that Nyarok, the deputy president of SPDP, lost badly. Nyarok was defeated by PKR’s Ali Biju in a four-cornered contest.

On the defeat of cardiologist Prof Dr Sim Hui Kian in Pending, Taib said: “It is a pity to see that Dr Sim did not win as I thought he can make a good leader.”

Dr Sim lost to DAP treasurer Violet Yong in a straight fight in Pending which is fast becoming DAP stronghold.

On the overall election performance of SUPP, Taib said he has to study the Chinese voting pattern very carefully in order to understand what they are trying to relay to BN.

“But if they (the Chinese) want more racial approach I cannot accommodate them, otherwise this country will be falling into racial politics. And this is bad for the country and its future,” he said.


The Sarawak Chinese should pay for this. Taib should form the Sarawak State Cabinet discluding the Deputy Chief Minister allocated for the Chinese. Since Tan Sri Dr. George Chan lost in Piasiau, the only worthy SUPP leader to remain in the Cabinet is Dato Sri Wong Soon Koh. Even so, just a State Cabinet  Minister and nothing more.

Since the Sarawak Chinese only voted three of their own into the BN Sarawak Government, there should only be a single representative in the Sarawak State Cabinet. Those three ADUNs constitute to a little over 5% of BN Sarawak seats in the State’s 12th Legislative Assembly.

More State  Cabinet Ministerial posts should be allocated to the Dayaks, as they have delivered. Deputy Chief Minister and strategic State Cabinet Minister posts. Unlike the Sarawak Chinese, they should their solid support via PBB, SPDP and PRS.

Times are changing. Sarawak Chinese who now want to be like Penang Chinese must also subscribe to the concept of ‘meritocracy’. They only earn a single State Minister post and nothing more. If they feel they should be represented in the Sarawak State Government planning and strategic decision making process, then they now must start to deliver.

They should know this.

Published in: on April 18, 2011 at 11:15  Comments (72)  

BHM Regional Conference: Blogging Mindfully and Responsibly

Newly formed NGO for and about bloggers, Blog House Malaysia takes great pleasure in announcing that registration is now open for BHM’s 1st Malaysian- ASEAN Regional Bloggers Conference – Blogging Mindfully and Responsibly, which is to be held at the Intercontinental Hotel Kuala Lumpur, Sunday 24 April 2011

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The objective of this conference is to bring together regional bloggers from the ASEAN region, and to highlight the obstacles faced by these bloggers as well as the adversity that bloggers might experience in their day to day tackling of various issues.

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Published in: on April 18, 2011 at 08:51  Comments (1)