Flip-Flopping For Arse-bender


The onetime the catalyst for the Anwar-hate movement Khairuddin Hassan made a shocking about turn and joined the fray to free the convict of sodomy.

The Star story:

Published: Saturday November 28, 2015 MYT 6:34:00 PM
Updated: Saturday November 28, 2015 MYT 6:40:25 PM

Khairuddin joins “Free Anwar” campaign


PETALING JAYA: Datuk Seri Khairuddin Abu Hassan (pic) has announced his support for the release of Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim despite his previous criticisms of the PKR de-facto leader.

In a statement, the former Batu Kawan Umno vice-chief said that Anwar had already been punished in the past.

Khairuddin added that Anwar should be released to “brighten Malaysia’s political landscape and scenario”.

“Let Malaysia’s political landscape be more colourful! What should we be worried about if the country has been governed in an accountable manner?” said Khairuddin.

He said that Anwar was needed “to play the role of an effective opposition leader” who ensures the checks and balances of the country’s administration “so that it is on the right track.”

Khairuddin said that leaders should have the courage to give sincere and honest criticisms for the betterment of the party to ensure the “survival” of UMNO and BN in the 14th general elections.

“We need an effective and rational opposition to jointly play a role in nation building without any political agenda, “ said Khairuddin.

He added that the time has come for Malaysians to unite and focus on rebuilding Malaysia.

“Therefore, I will equally play a role and fully support the campaign to free Anwar,” he said.


18 years ago, Khairuddin was the publisher of the infamous book “50 Dalil Kenapa Anwar Ibrahim Tidak Boleh Jadi Perdana Menteri”.

That typically slanderous political book mysteriously was distributed into UMNO delegates’ bag during the 1997 UMNO General Assembly. That started the investigation, which unveiled Anwar Ibrahim’s dark secrets of his sexual habits being casted to even bigger audience.

It is clear that Khairuddin is willing to be the court jester again, but this time to topple Prime Minister Dato’ Sri Mohd. Najib Tun Razak.

Khairuddin barred from leaving the country, investigated and was arrested under SOSMA (2012) in mid September 2015 for this acts to make reports to law enforcement authorities against Prime Minister Najib. Later, he was charged under Section 124L of the Penal Code for sabotaging the Malaysian financial and banking system.

What was more interesting is the trumped up psychological game to paint the bleak perception against Prime Minister Najib that he would be arrested, if he had travelled abroad especially to countries like Hong Kong, United Kingdom and United States. It has been proven to be a lie.

This would have been the game mastered by Anwar Ibrahim and Co.

Now, the former UMNO Batu Kawan Vice Chief is bastardising the struggle her started, for the sake of waging a political war against Prime Minister Najib.

Published in: on November 28, 2015 at 20:15  Comments (2)  

Incompetent application for Disaster Duo

Federal Court today decided that the appeal of Disaster Duo Khairuddin Abu Hassan and Matthias Chang to cite the Attorney General for their arrest under Security Ordinance (Special Measures) Act 2012 (SOSMA) as “Incompetent” and threw it back for the Kuala Lumpur High Court to decide on the three issues raised for their arrest.

NST story:

Fed Court dismisses constitutional challenge by Khairuddin, Chang


PUTRAJAYA: The Federal Court has ordered the High Court to decide on three constitutional questions regarding the charges under the Security Offences (Special Measures) Act 2012 against sacked Umno Batu Kawan deputy divisional chief Khairuddin Abu Hassan and lawyer Matthias Chang.

A five-men bench led by Chief Justice Tun Arifin Zakaria made the decision after allowing the prosecution’s preliminary objection (PO).

The court ruled that the application to refer the questions to the Federal Court was incompetent and did not comply with Section 84 of the Courts of Judicature Act 1964.

“We agree with the prosecution that the application is incompetent and does not go with Section 84,” Arifin said adding that the reference made should be remitted back to the High Court to decide.

He fixed Nov 5 for the matter to be heard at the High Court.

The other four judges presiding on the panel were Court of Appeal president Tan Sri Md Raus Sharif, Tan Sri Ahmad Maarop, Tan Sri Hasan Lah and Datuk Ramly Ali.

Earlier, the prosecution led by deputy public prosecutor Awang Armadajaya Awang Mahmud raised a PO against the reference by the High Court to the Federal Court. Awang submitted the PO on grounds that the three questions referred to the Federal Court did not comply with Section 84 of the Courts of Judicature Act 1964.

“There was nothing in the affidivit that shows that the questions referred was one that ‘a question arises as to the affect of constitution’,” he said in asking the court to dismiss the referrence and remit it back to the High Court for trial to proceed. Counsel Mohamed Haniff Khatri Abdulla who acted as Khairuddin’s lead counsel had asked the court for an interim bail.

However, that was rejected by the court on grounds that bail should be decided by the High Court since it involved the liberty of a person.

Meanwhile counsel Zainur Zakaria acted as lead counsel for Chang. On Oct 19, the High Court referred the three questions on constitutionality to the Federal Court on whether the charge could be tried under the Security Offences (Special Measures) Act 2012 (SOSMA).

The three questions were:

1) Does the charge against the accused persons under Section 124L of the Penal Code fall outside the constitutional ambit of Sosma 2012, pursuant to the provisions of Article 149(1) of the Federal Constitution.

2) If the answer to Question 1 is in the affirmative, do the accused persons have the right to be released on bail forthwith?

3) If the answer to Question 1 is in the negative, should the trial of the charge against the accused persons be conducted in the Sessions Court taking into account the sentencing provisions under section 124L of the Penal Code?

Oct 12, Khairuddin and Chang were charged at the Kuala Lumpur magistrate’s court with attempted sabotage of the state’s banking and financial services.

The duo were alleged to have committed the offences in five countries; France, the United Kingdom, Switzerland, Hong Kong (China), and Singapore between June 28 and Aug 26.

They may be jailed up to 15 years if found guilty under Section 124L of the Penal Code. Both of them were not granted bail as they were detained under Sosma.

Read More : http://www.nst.com.my/news/2015/11/fed-court-dismisses-constitutional-challenge-khairuddin-chang


On 19 October 2015, Kuala Lumpur High Court pushed the case to the Federal Court to decide.

Bernama story:

High Court refers Khairuddin and Chang’s Case to Apex Court

19 October 2015 | Source: Bernama
KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 19 (Bernama) — The High Court today has referred former Batu Kawan UMNO division vice chief Datuk Seri Khairuddin Abu Hassan and lawyer Matthias Chang Wen Chieh’s case to the Federal Court to determine whether the charges they faced are triable under the Security Offences (Special Measures) Act 2012 (SOSMA).

Judge Datuk Mohd Azman Husin said the court will forward three questions on constitutional issues to the Apex Court soon, among others, does the charge against the accused persons as tendered before this court under Section 124L of Penal Code, fall outside the constitutional ambit of SOSMA?

“If the answer to the first question is in affirmative, do the accused persons have the right to be released on bail forthwith?

“If the answer to the first question is in negative, should the trial against the two accused, be conducted in the Sessions Court taking into account the sentencing provision under Section 124L of Penal Code?,” he said.

The judge made the ruling after hearing submissions from defence lawyers Mohamed Hanif Khatri Abdulla and Zainur Zakaria and Deputy Public Prosecutor Mohd Masri Daud and Mohamad Abazafree Mohd Abbas.

The duo had on Oct 13, filed a motion under Section 35 of Courts of Judicature Act 1964, at the High Court seeking several orders from the High Court, among others, that the charge against them under section 124L of the Penal Code does not fall under SOSMA and therefore, wanted the court to release them on reasonable bail.

Khairuddin, 53, and Chang, 65, were charged with attempting to sabotage Malaysia’s banking and financial services under Section 124L of the Penal Code (Act 547) read with Section 34 of the same Code, which carries a jail term of up to 15 years upon conviction.

He allegedly committed the offence at five locations between June 28 and Aug 26, this year.

The locations are the office of the France Economic and Financial Crimes Division chief in Paris; Charing Cross Police station, London, United Kingdom; office of the Switzerland Attorney General in Bern; WaiChan Police station, Hongkong and Cantonment Police Headquarters, Singapore.


The Federal Court decision put forth the matter is yet to reach the Apex Court level, to be deemed as a matter of constitutional dispute. Hence, the matter should be argued at High Court.

A synopsis of Article 149 which is part of basis for the first question:

Article 149: Legislation against subversion, action prejudicial to public order, etc.
149. (1) If an Act of Parliament recites that action has been taken or threatened by any substantial body of persons, whether inside or outside the Federation—

(a) to cause, or to cause a substantial number of citizens to fear, organized violence against persons or property; or
(b) to excite disaffection against the Yang di-Pertuan Agong or any Government in the Federation; or
(c) to promote feelings of ill-will and hostility between different races or other classes of the population likely to cause violence; or
(d) to procure the alteration, otherwise than by lawful means, of anything by law established; or
(e) which is prejudicial to the maintenance or the functioning of any supply or service to the public or any class of the public in the Federation or any part thereof; or
(f) which is prejudicial to public order in, or the security of, the Federation or any part thereof,
any provision of that law designed to stop or prevent that action is valid notwithstanding that it is inconsistent with any of the provisions of Article 5, 9, 10 or 13, or would apart from this Article be outside the legislative power of Parliament; and Article 79 shall not apply to a Bill for such an Act or any amendment to such a Bill.
(2) A law containing such a recital as is mentioned in Clause (1) shall, if not sooner repealed, cease to have effect if resolutions are passed by both Houses of Parliament annulling such law, but without prejudice to anything previously done by virtue thereof or to the power of Parliament to make a new law under this Article.


One of the laws enacted by the Malaysian Parliament to revoke the Constitutional right of a citizen was the Internal Security Act (1960). It has since been rescinded and replaced with SOSMA 2012.

Security Offices (Special measures) Act 2012, also known as SOSMA

Security Offices (Special measures) Act 2012, also known as SOSMA

This is a landmark case indeed. The acts of the Disaster Duo have been echoed by global media, which somewhat caused some degree of effect on the confidence of doing business in this country.


Published in: on November 3, 2015 at 19:34  Comments (1)  

The drama ends with the chicken roasted

Speaker of Dewan Rakyat Tan Sri Pandikar Amin Mulia threw an ultimatum if Government pander on the chickenish sordid drama by DAP Strategist and Petaling Jaya MP Tony Pua challenging 1MDB Group Executive Director Arul Kanda for a live tv debate.

Pua is a member of the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) and it is believed that he would use some of the privileged information obtained as part of the investigation and process of scrutiny.

This is on top for matters which are privy to the ongoing investigation by the Parliamentary committee could be deemed subjudice to the case.

NST story:

Pandikar tells govt: Stop Arul-Pua debate or I’ll resign



Dewan Rakyat Speaker Tan Sri Pandikar Amin Mulia has issued an ultimatum to the government: stop the planned debate between Arul Kanda and Tony Pua or else he will resign.

“If the government still goes ahead with the debate, I will not get involved.. I will resign as Speaker,” he said in Parliament today after much prodding by several members who had questioned the conditions posed by the House for the debate.

The proposed debate between Arul, who is 1Malaysia Development Bhd (1MDB) president, and DAP lawmaker Pua, had generated a massive amount of publicity over the last week.

Pua, a member of the Public Accounts Committee (PAC), had been vocal in his criticism of 1MDB’s affairs, setting the stage for the debate.

Pandikar however, questioned the need for such a debate. He felt that PAC’s probe into 1MDB should handled in a proper manner.

“What is the problem if PAC carries out its investigation and subsequently tables the report… can’t Malaysians wait until the investigation by PAC is done?

“Petaling Jaya Utara (Pua) is also in PAC, and Arul also will be called up by PAC. Why the rush? Will the debate get a conclusive answer?

“The answer is no. We also know that the investigation report by PAC on 1MDB will also be presented to the House Committee,” he said.

Pandikar had earlier told the House that parliament would not stop the debate between Arul and Pua, provided that Pua either resigns from PAC or excuses himself from PAC’s 1MDB-related proceedings.

He had also specified that Arul should not be involved in the investigation. “Standing Order 23(1)(e) states that members are not allowed to give statements without the consent of the House committee. So, the debate in this matter is against the Standing Order since the matter is still being investigated by PAC.

“The planned debate on TV will give space to discuss the matter and is premature as the (1MDB) invesigation is still ongoing. It will affect PAC and attract prejudice of the credibility of both parties (involved in the debate).

“Furthermore, the tendency to accuse a person’s character is not allowed by Standing Order 23(1)(o).”

Pandikar also reminded the House that the role of a PAC member is that of an investigator, not a prosecutor, referring to Pua.

Read More : http://www.nst.com.my/news/2015/11/pandikar-tells-govt-stop-arul-pua-debate-or-ill-resign


The concern the Speaker raised is valid and the process of investigation and scrutiny is actively ongoing and yet to be conclusive, let alone to be tabled to PAC.

However, DAP was quick to react by offering another MP to debate against Arul.

NST story:

If Pua can’t debate, we’ll replace him with someone else, says DAP

3 NOVEMBER 2015 @ 2:00 PM


KUALA LUMPUR: DAP will nominate one of its members to replace Tony Pua in the proposed debate against 1Malaysia Development Bhd (1MDB) chief Arul Kanda.

The Opposition party’s chief whip Anthony Loke said, should Pua be disallowed from taking part in the debate by virtue of his position within the Public Accounts Committee (PAC), the party would place another candidate for the debate.

Loke said they want the debate to go ahead as scheduled.

“As the chief whip, I do not agree that Pua should resign from the PAC to make way for the debate,” he told a press conference at the Parliament lobby today, just minutes after Speaker Tan Sri Pandikar Amin Mulia announced the conditions for the Arul-Pua debate.

He said DAP feels Pua should remain as a PAC member to investigate and be part of the 1MDB probe proceedings.

Loke also questioned the new conditions imposed, which include requiring Pua to resign as a PAC member in order to take part in the debate.

“Is this a political strategy by Barisan Nasional? At first they say they do not oppose the debate. They pretend they are not afraid. Now the Speaker says it is not allowed under the Standing Orders,” he said.

Selanjutnya di : http://www.nst.com.my/news/2015/11/if-pua-cant-debate-well-replace-him-someone-else-says-dap?m=1


The point is that DAP is not at all interested in the truth but to do as much as they can to demonise Prime Minister Najib and administration, as part of the strategy to deny the interest and aspiration of the majority and alleviate themselves as a minority to govern the nation.

Published in: on November 3, 2015 at 14:30  Comments (2)  

Subsidised-seats for future Malay votes

Chinese Chauvinist DAP had to give away token seats for Malay leaders in the Selangor DAP Committee because their members refused to elect them, despite their calls of being a truly ‘Malaysia for Malaysian’ party.

The Star story:

Published: Sunday November 1, 2015 MYT 9:18:00 PM
Updated: Sunday November 1, 2015 MYT 11:53:08 PM

Analyst: DAP’s move to rely on Malay appointments a worrying trend

PETALING JAYA: DAP’s trend of having to appoint Malay leaders who fail to be elected into its state and national committees is worrying, said a political analyst.

“It is indeed worrying. Relying on appointments itself would not be good to show that DAP is a multi-ethnic party,” said Assoc Prof Dr Sivamurugan Pandian of Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM)’s School of Social Sciences.

Three Malays were appointed into the Selangor DAP committee after no Malays won the elections.

Dr Sivamurugan, however, dismisses the notion that delegates were voting merely on ethnicity.

“We don’t exactly know how they’re voting as it is due to a multifaceted criteria. I don’t think it’s based on only one deciding factor,” he said Sunday.

He recommended that the party analyse different approaches to ensure that the delegates vote in a more diverse leadership which includes Malays in both state and national elections.

He pointed out that the state election trend was similar to that at the national level, where appointments were seen as an alternative to ensure that Malays were represented in the party’s central committee.
Dr Abdul Aziz Bari
“Maybe the delegates are still not in favour of accepting Malays as a whole to be elected. It could also be because the Malay candidates are considered young and the delegates have yet to see their loyalty in the party.

“Loyalty may be why the voting trend happened as such. It could be that the delegates want to give time for the new DAP members to show their loyalty, especially among the Malays. Maybe in the next election, we will be able to see if they are accepted,” Dr Sivamurugan said.

Dr Sivamurugan also said that delegates would possibly look at the contribution of its members and that it would be an important factor when voting.

“Maybe they see this as a trial period to ensure that leaders commit to the party,” he said.

At 5pm on Sunday, results for the Selangor DAP state committee were released with Gobind Singh Deo receiving the highest number of votes at 736.

While Ronnie Liu, Tony Pua, Hannah Yeoh , Ong Kian Ming and Teng Chang Khim were voted into the committee, no Malays who ran for the election won.

As a result, lawyer Dr Abdul Aziz Bari, Young Syefura Othman and Edry Faizal Eddy Yusof were appointed into the committee.

Abdul Aziz had recently joined DAP from his former party, PKR. Among the three, only Edry stood for elections.

The Selangor DAP convention was held to elect the new state committee.


As the political analyst Dr Pandian puts it, it is very worrying to note that the grassroots and middle ground amongst DAP is not at all considering the Malays as part of their political struggle.

This is reflective of the great anti-Chinese distrust against the Malays, with the fans of hatred is being kept alive of late.

It is interesting to note that ‘subversive elements’ within DAP along with Gerakan and Socialist Party, fan the anti-Malay hatred sentiment before, during and after the 3rd GE on 10 May 1969, which resulted in the bloody racial riot of 13 May 1969.

Their second and third generation are those who filled the majority of the participants of BERSH 4.0 29-30 August 2015, since the Malay presence is just only token especially with PAS completely abstaining. In the three previous BERSIH rallies, PAS provided more than half the participants.

In all, the Non Malays particularly the Chinese around Kuala Lumpur and Selangor is very adamant that the ‘Vote of No Confidence’ to topple Prime Minister Dato’ Sri Mohd. Najib Tun Razak would come and Parliamentarians would boot him out.

In reality, the Chinese would not vote a Malay even is she stands on the ticket of the Chinese Chauvinist party. Teluk Intan by-election was a good test case. The Chinese would rather to abstain and let the Chinese of BN to win instead of giving it to the Malay even if she represented DAP.

Former Senator representing DAP in Dewan Negara Tunku Aziz and Rahmad Ishak of the Penang DAP Malays are living testimonies of the racism. favouritism, nepotism and discriminatory practices against the Malays in DAP.

Hence, in essence and practice these three Malays being appointed as stooges into the Selangor DAP Committee is merely an act of political puppet show.

Published in: on November 2, 2015 at 11:30  Leave a Comment  

The Rewcastle-Brown connection


The two men who were charged for sabotaging the Malaysian banking and financial system posed for the lenses, in their jail ware.

They were charged on 12 October 2015, after both were detained under Special Ordinance (Security Measures) Act 2012, to faciliate investigations after the two made police reports in London, Hong Kong and Singapore.

Now, they are challenging the Attorney General:

The Star story:

Published: Monday October 19, 2015 MYT 8:12:00 PM
Updated: Monday October 19, 2015 MYT 8:17:10 PM

Khairuddin, Chang to initiate contempt proceedings against A-G

KUALA LUMPUR: Former Batu Kawan Umno vice-chairman Datuk Seri Khairuddin Abu Hassan and his lawyer Matthias Chang are set to initiate contempt of court proceedings against the Attorney-General for allegedly making a press statement explaining the charge against them.

The duo’s lead counsel Mohamed Haniff Khatri Abdulla said his clients had filed an application on Oct 13 to seek clarification on whether their charge under Section 124L of the Penal Code fell within the ambit of the Security Offences (Special Measures) Act 2012 (Sosma).

Khairuddin and Chang were charged at a magistrate’s court on Oct 12 for allegedly attempting to sabotage the country’s banking and financial systems.

They claim that Attorney-General Tan Sri Mohamed Apandi Ali had conducted a press conference at 2.30pm on Oct 13, explaining the charge while the case was still pending.

“It is the complaint of the applicants that the contents (of the A-G’s press statement) were subjudice and amount to contempt of court,” Haniff Khatri said.

He added that Mohamed Apandi had commented on the case “in such a way that there was a real and substantial danger of prejudice to the determination of the application”.

Mohamed Apandi had stressed at a press conference last week that Khairuddin and Chang were not charged under Sosma but Section 124L of the Penal Code.

He further noted that Sosma covered all security offences and was not limited to terrorism and terrorists.


AG Tan Sri Apandi’s Ali explanation of the arrest under SOSMA (2012).

The duo also incessantly lied about Prime Minister Dato’ Sri Mohd. Najib Tun Razak would be arrested by US Federal Bureau of Investigation whenever abroad especially in the UK, US and Hong Kong. It was part in their sordid attempt to demonise the Malaysian leader, in the eyes of Malaysian public and for the benefit of global media.

By conduct and intention, is clear that the duo is deemed “Where as action has  been taken and further action is threatened by a substantial body both inside and outside Malaysia”.

Security Offices (Special measures) Act 2012, also known as SOSMA

Security Offices (Special measures) Act 2012, also known as SOSMA

The intent is rile up Malaysians to demonise and rise against and topple the administration of Prime Minister Najib. They abused their right as citizens to make the allegations by making the Police reports.

Their complaint is very consistent with the manipulated and fabricated stories which appeared in Sarawak Report.

Both were also in constant contact with Sarawak Report editor Clare Rewcastle-Brown and also believed to be two of the ten implicated with former Petro Saudi Executive Xavier Justo, when the later was arrested by Thai Police. Justo is now serving three years jail term of extortion.

It is believed that the duo worked with Rewcastle-Brown to demonise Prime Minister Najib by raising a series of continuous controversies, which include manipulating stories and incessantly lied about 1MDB.

*Updated 2200hrs


Published in: on October 19, 2015 at 20:00  Comments (6)  

The Hijrah gravely needed for the likes of Pua

In wake of the recent statement by the Attorney General, the very morning of 1 Muharram 1437H 1MDB issued the call for Strategic Director Tony Pua to “Present the clear cut evidence” and “Walk the Talk”, or risk losing the position of adjudication.

Media statement by 1Malaysia Development Berhad

Issued on 14 October 2015
For immediate publication

Walk the Talk, YB Tony Pua

1MDB refers to a statement issued on 14 October 2015 by YB Tony Pua which, in typical “instant expert” style, is long on rhetoric but short on facts.

The facts are as presented by the Attorney-General’s Chambers (AGC), via a clear and unambiguous statement issued on 13 October 2015 (www.agc.gov.my). In summary, the AGC, having reviewed all relevant documentation contained in the Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM) investigation papers (including the application forms submitted by 1MDB and the relevant BNM letters issued), applied the relevant laws governing such matters and confirmed that “no offence had been committed” by 1MDB.

This confirmation by the AGC reinforces the statement by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) on 22 September 2015 that 1MDB is not under investigation.

1MDB continues to work closely with National Audit Department to provide requisite information for its final report, which will be presented by year end to the bi-partisan Public Accounts Committee (PAC), of which YB Tony Pua is a member.

YB Tony Pua claims his “expose” will provide “clear cut evidence” of “criminal breach of trust, abetting misappropriation and embezzlement” to the investigating authorities. These are serious criminal accusations, so we urge YB Tony Pua to “walk the talk” and provide his “clear cut evidence” to the lawful authorities for further investigation. 1MDB has consistently maintained that if there is any evidence of wrongdoing, then action must be taken under the law.

However, if he cannot provide such evidence, then YB Tony Pua should stop making wild and unproven allegations, which are clearly politically motivated.


Pua has been time and again abuse his position, role and function as a Parliamentarian Public Accounts Committee (PAC) member.

PAC is a select committee appoint by Parliamentarians, having the power to scrutinise the accounts of Government agencies and departments. It is supposed to be the highest forum of audit committee.

PAC is expected to be professional in their approach, in upholding the interest of the rakyat who voted Parliamentarians to represent them in the augur legislative chambers.

What Pua did was bastardising that position, role and authority for his sinister political agenda.

That is why Pua and his likes of demons should do the Hijrah and transform, in the name of the righteousness that they have been elected to do for the rakyat.

Then there is the other pressing various aggregated situation pertaining to 1MDB by various parties.

Yesterday Attorney General Tan Sri Apandi Ali put it sternly on record in a media conference that Bank Negara Malaysia erred in their statements with regards to matters pertaining to 1MDB, which include the approval of monies remittance in the past.

In the case of the arrest and charge of Khairuddin and Chang for “Attempting to sabotage the Malaysia’s banking and financial system”, Apandi also put that the ‘disaster duo’ were arrested and investigated under Security Ordinance (Special Measures) Act (2012). Later, the ‘disaster duo’ were charged under Article 124L of the Penal Code, not SOSMA (2012).

“SOSMA is a procedural law that provides the special measures to facilitate the investigation and prosecution of what is known as ‘Security Offences’. It is not limited to terrorism or terrorist alone”.

The former Federal Court Judge also added that SOSMA allowed persons to be arrested and investigated even they are not terrorists. Hence, the arrest of the ‘disaster duo’  is valid and legal.

Apandi was strong in highlighting the ‘Former Club’s first-thing-in-the media conference in Precinct 10, Putrajaya, which was designed to rile up the emotions of Malaysians.

They collective and in sundry issued strong but misleading statements to project that the Federal Government abused the law, for the purpose of ‘protecting Prime Minister Dato’ Sri Mohd. Najib Tun Razak in the controversy issues arisen from 1MDB and its ongoing investigations’.

It is the right time for Pua and the ‘Former Club’ six and their staunchest supporters to do the Hijrah, for the betterment of the majority if not all Malaysians.

Published in: on October 14, 2015 at 11:45  Comments (2)  

The game is afoot

1MDB has challenged DAP Strategist and MP for Petaling Jaya Utara Tony Pua to do the responsible thing as a Parliamentarian and Public Accounts Committee (PAC) member, by seriously call for the investigation on how confidential BNM papers on the Federal Government strategic investment corporation ended up with Sarawak Report Editor Clare Rewcastle-Brown.

Media statement by 1Malaysia Development Berhad

Issued on 13 October 2015
For immediate publication

Take Action, “Tidak Apa” Tony

1MDB refers to a statement issued by YB Tony Pua this morning. We note that YB Tony Pua has yet again become an instant expert on certain technical matters. This tiresome approach is designed for nothing more than political point scoring which benefits no one.

It is important to highlight Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM) clearly stated “… the Bank concluded that permissions required under the ECA for 1MDB’s investments abroad were obtained based on inaccurate or without complete disclosure of material information relevant to the Bank’s assessment of 1MDB’s applications.”

The above findings appear to be very different from the unproven allegations of fraud, embezzlement, theft, money laundering etc. made against 1MDB by, amongst others, Clare Rewcastle-Brown, YB Tony Pua, YABhg Tun Mahathir Mohamed, YB Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin, YB Datuk Seri Shafie Apdal and others.

Accordingly, the Attorney-General’s Chambers, having reviewed the investigation papers and recommendations of Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM), has determined that no further action is to be taken. This point has been accepted by BNM itself, which clearly stated “It is to be noted that under the Federal Constitution, the decision to initiate criminal prosecution lies solely with the Attorney-General.”
We suggest that YB Tony Pua focus his attention on matters on which he has taken a “tidak apa” (lackadaisical) attitude, e.g. did he know that Clare Rewcastle-Brown was involved in the sale of stolen goods, based on the following quote attributed to her (which neither Clare nor Tony has denied) – “I have told Tony that if he doesn’t pay up then he will be seen to have been dealing with me as you (Justo) are threatening to publish (make public the deal).”

Alternatively, YB Tony Pua may want to commence an enquiry as to how confidential BNM investigation documents ended up in the possession of the foreign internet portal, the Sarawak Report or how confidential Public Accounts Committee (PAC) documents such as the Auditor-General interim report ended up with the foreign news publication, the Wall Street Journal.

We trust YB Tony Pua will take all necessary actions to, at the very least, preserve the now questionable integrity of the PAC process and not continue to mislead the public on matters outside of his competency.


Bank Negara statement:

Statement on 1MDB

The Attorney General’s decision with respect to the investigations on 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) relates to Bank Negara Malaysia’s recommendation to initiate criminal prosecution against 1MDB for breaches under the Exchange Control Act 1953 (ECA). It is to be noted that under the Federal Constitution, the decision to initiate criminal prosecution lies solely with the Attorney General.

As an investigative authority, the Bank is duty bound to conduct its investigations with the highest professional care and diligence. The Bank at all times expects full and accurate disclosure of information by applicants in considering any application under the ECA. On its part, the Bank concluded that permissions required under the ECA for 1MDB’s investments abroad were obtained based on inaccurate or without complete disclosure of material information relevant to the Bank’s assessment of 1MDB’s applications.

Therefore, the Bank has revoked three permissions granted to 1MDB under the ECA for investments abroad totalling USD1.83 billion and also issued a direction under the Financial Services Act 2013 to 1MDB to repatriate the amount of USD1.83 billion to Malaysia and submit a plan to the Bank for this purpose.
The Bank will continue to extend its full cooperation to ongoing investigations by the Royal Malaysia Police and the Malaysia Anti-Corruption Commission.
Bank Negara Malaysia
09 October 2015


The false allegations made by the personalities stated by 1MDB in the statement is very serious and warrants to be rectified. Pua as a PAC member should stand up for the principle of righteousness and do the necessary to correct the misleading if not false allegations made.

The attitude of selective on Pua’s part if reflective of his disinterest to present himself as a true Parliamentarian and representative of the rakyat but instead play politics.

As a prevaricator, Pua has countless times used 1MDB as the bogeyman to demonise the leadership of Prime Minister Dato’ Sri Mohd. Najib Tun Razak, even by bastardising this position and role as a PAC member.

Published in: on October 13, 2015 at 13:00  Leave a Comment  

Politico-economic terrorists II

Prime Minister Dato’ Sri Mohd. Najib Tun Razak’s strongest enemies within UMNO had come out and lashed against the use of Security Ordinance (Special Measures) Act 2012 (SOSMA) for the detention of former Batu Kawan UMNO Vice Chief Khairuddin Hassan and former Political Secretary to the Fourth Prime Minister Matthias Chang.

The Star story:

Published: Monday October 12, 2015 MYT 11:54:00 AM
Updated: Monday October 12, 2015 MYT 1:17:57 PM

Dr M, Ku Li team up to slam Sosma detention of 1MDB critics


(From left) Shafie, Muhyiddin, Dr Mahathir, Tengku Razaleigh, Sanusi and Ong.


PUTRAJAYA: A group of Barisan Nasional leaders headed by Tun Dr Mahathir Mohammad have come together to voice out against the prosecution of former Batu Kawan Umno vice-chief Datuk Seri Khairuddin Abu Hassan and his lawyer, Matthias Chang, under the new anti-terrorism law.

Reporters filled the Perdana Leadership Foundation in Putrajaya on Monday to hear Dr Mahathir speak alongside Umno deputy president Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin, Umno vice-president Datuk Seri Shafie Apdal, Gua Musang MP Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah, former Umno secretary-general Tan Sri Sanusi Junid and former MCA president Datuk Seri Ong Tee Keat against what they claim is the Government’s abuse of power.

“The government should release them. Don’t detain people under Sosma because that’s not what Sosma is for. Sosma is for terrorists. Do you think Matthias or Khairuddin are terrorists? They merely reported what they think is a crime. For reporting that, you are questioned and detained? That is an abuse of power,” said Dr Mahathir, who repeated his call for a vote of no confidence against Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak.

“The government is not functioning according to the laws of the country but beyond the laws. That’s why we have come here to make a statement that we are against the abuse of laws of this country and other activities of government which are questionable,” he said.

“We hope that the people will understand why we have taken this stand and I hope that the people will also express their objections to the government arresting and detaining people without any legal basis for their action,” he added.

Both Khairuddin and Chang were detained under Section 124 of the Security Offence (Special Measures) Act (Sosma) 2012 over offences deemed detrimental to parliamentary democracy.

The press conference was held while Khairuddin and Chang were being charged at the Kuala Lumpur magistrate’s court with attempting to sabotage the country’s banking and financial systems.

Khairuddin was arrested after making several reports overseas, including in Singapore, Switzerland, France and Hong Kong against 1MDB.

Sosma was initially introduced to combat terrorist threats in Malaysia, and the Government had assured that the act would not be used against political opponents.

“Based on the Prime Minister’s promise on April 16, 2012, the two citizens must be released immediately and the authorities must provide a guarantee that no one else will be arrested under the Act merely for expressing their views, opinions, criticisms or take part in any action which is authorized by the Constitution and laws of the country,” read a statement by the group and co-signed by another former MCA president, Tun Dr Ling Liong Sik, who was not present at the press conference.

Muhyiddin, Razaleigh and Dr Mahathir have all stood up as critics of 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB).

Muhyiddin’s opposing views on the state investment fund was what caused him to be dropped in the July 28 Cabinet reshuffle alongside Shafie.


The media conference was made by Former Prime Minister Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohamad, Former Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Mohd. Yassin, Former Trade and Industry Minister and Semangat 46 President Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah, Former Transport Minister and MCA President Tan Sri Ong Tee Keat and Former Rural and Co-operative Development Minister Dato’ Sri Mohd. Shafie Apdal.

These ‘Former’ Club members should objectively look at what Khairuddin and Chang did, which was to promote the negative opinion and erosion against the confidence of Prime Minister Najib’s administration.

The action was not only in Malaysia, but in a few countries which include Singapore, Hong Kong, Switzerland, France, United Kingdom and United States.

Khairuddin and Chang are believed to have made reports with the law enforcement authorities with all the countries except United States, where he was arrested at his home after he was barred from exiting the country at Immigration Malaysian border control, KLIA on 18 September 2015.

NST story:

Khairuddin arrested; Azmin questioned


KUALA LUMPUR: Police today arrested former Umno member Datuk Seri Khairuddin Abu Hassan on suspicion of having committed activity detrimental to parliamentary democracy, an offence under the Penal Code.

Khairuddin, who was sacked from Umno after he was declared a bankrupt, was picked up at his house yesterday evening and was taken to the Dang Wangi police headquarters for questioning.

It is understood his property was also auctioned off after he was declared bankrupt, but he was later bailed out by a notable figure.

He was supposed to report to the Bukit Aman this Monday for his statement to be recorded regarding his recent action in sending documents on the RM42 billion 1Malaysia Development Bhd (1MDB) matter to the Attorney-General of Switzerland.

He had tried to leave the country through KLIA yesterday morning by taking a 10.30am flight to London.

However, he and his lawyer, Matthias Chang, were barred by Immigration from leaving the country.

“We were blacklisted by Immigration on the advice of the police,” Khairuddin said on his Facebook posting.

Dang Wangi police chief Assistant Commission Zainol Samah, however, said he did not have details of the arrest. He said investigations were being conducted by federal police in Bukit Aman.

“The arrest was made by Bukit Aman… they are conducting the investigations,” he said.

Khairuddin was sacked from Umno and lost his position as Batu Kawan division vice chief after being declared a bankrupt in accordance to the party constitution.

Khairuddin also claimed that a meeting with Immigration officers at the department’s offices proved fruitless as all he and Chang were told was they were not allowed to travel due to a request from Bukit Aman. Chang confirmed the arrest.

“Yes, he was picked up from his house in Mont Kiara. He is being taken to Dang Wangi,” Chang told The Malaysian Insider.

Khairuddin is currently being held overnight at the Dang Wangi district police headquarters, Chang said. There will be a remand hearing at 9.30am at the station tomorrow, in front of a magistrate.

The portal said Khairuddin was being investigated for attempt to commit activity detrimental to parliamentary democracy, a charge under the Penal Code.

Meanwhile, Selangor Mentri Besar and PKR deputy president Mohamed Azmin Ali is being investigated for a speech he made during the Permatang Pauh by-election campaign and for wearing the yellow Bersih 4 T-shirt, which was deemed illegal.

He was called to have his statement recorded at the Dang Wangi police headquarters yesterday and was accompanied by former Bar Council president Datuk S. Ambiga and his lawyers, Latheefa Koya and N. Surendran.

Azmin is being investigated under sections 4(2)(f) and 4(1)(c) of the Peaceful Assemblies Act 2012 for organising and participating in an unlawful assembly and section 8 of the Printing Presses and Publications Act 1984 for wearing the banned T-shirt.

Read More : http://www.nst.com.my/news/2015/09/khairuddin-arrested-azmin-questioned


This act should be seen as tantamounts to economic sabotage.

Security Offices (Special measures) Act 2012, also known as SOSMA

Security Offices (Special Measures) Act 2012, also known as SOSMA

What Khairuddin and Chang did was to breach No. (1) of the opening to SOSMA (2012).

The Former Club members clearly interfering with the process of law enforcement as the duo’s arrest were made in accordance of a law passed by Parliament. The Police have been monitoring the ‘disaster duo’s activities and their statements, which include manipulation of facts, fabrication and lies designed  to ridicule, cast a negative aspersion and sow hatred towards Prime Minister Najib.

The Minister of Communication and Multimedia Dato’ Sri Mohd. Salleh Tun Said Keruak said on Saturday “There is definitely a reason why we detain someone under the Security Offences (Special Measures) Act 2012 (Sosma). We don’t take action as we like, when there is no strong proof”.

The Former Club politicising the matter could be construed as emulating the behaviour of the Opposition. The Opposition have resorted the same method, intensely after the sacking for Former Deputy Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim on 2 September 1998.

Just like the Opposition, the ‘disaster duo’ realised that Prime Minister Najib cannot be toppled in the general election nor party elections. Hence, they resorted to demonise him through the various means employed and work towards getting the rakyat to be riled up and rise against the leadership.

It is unlikely that these Former Club members are really into the principles of the ‘disaster duo’ being arrested for SOSMA (2012) since they have not raised any objection to others who have been arrested.

Since the Former Club members were former high powered member of the Cabinet at some point of time, they should be able to organise and seek clarification on the matter from the Home Minister. However, they chose to politicise the matter, in the manner how the Opposition does it.

*Updated 400pm

‘Disaster Duo’ Khairuddin and Chang would be charged for sabotaging Malaysia’s banking and financial services.

Bernama.com story:

Khairuddin, Chang Charged With Attempt To Sabotage Malaysia’s Financial Position

KUALA LUMPUR, 12 Okt -- Bekas naib ketua UMNO Bahagian Batu Kawan Datuk Seri Khairuddin Abu Hassan (kiri) dan peguam Matthias Chang (dua kanan) dibawa ke Mahkamah Majistret Kuala Lumpur, Isnin, menghadapi tuduhan cuba mensabotaj sistem perbankan dan kewangan negara. --fotoBERNAMA (2015) HAK CIPTA TERPELIHARA

KUALA LUMPUR, 12 Okt — Bekas naib ketua UMNO Bahagian Batu Kawan Datuk Seri Khairuddin Abu Hassan (kiri) dan peguam Matthias Chang (dua kanan) dibawa ke Mahkamah Majistret Kuala Lumpur, Isnin, menghadapi tuduhan cuba mensabotaj sistem perbankan dan kewangan negara.

KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 12 (Bernama) — Former UMNO Batu Kawan division vice chief Datuk Seri Khairuddin Abu Hassan and lawyer Matthias Chang Wen Chieh were charged in the Magistrate’s Court here today with attempting to sabotage Malaysia’s banking and financial services.

Khairuddin, 53, and Chang, 65, allegedly committed the offence at five locations between June 28 and Aug 26, this year.

The five alleged locations are, the office of the France Economic and Financial Crimes Division chief in Paris; Charing Cross Police station, London, United Kingdom; office of the Switzerland Attorney General in Bern; WaiChan Police station, Hongkong; and Cantonment Police Headquarters, Singapore.

The charge under Section 124L of the Penal Code (Act 547) read with Section 34 of the same Code, carries a jail term of up to 15 years upon conviction.

No plea were recorded from the two accused when the charge was read to them before Magistrate Siti Radzeah Kamarudin who did not allow bail.

During the proceeding, Khairuddin’s counsel Mohamad Hanif Khatri Abdulla requested for bail and speedy transfer of the case to the High Court.

The lawyer said Khairuddin had been in remand for 29 days, and Chang, five days. However, deputy public prosecutor (DPP) Masri Ahmad Daud objected: “the charge falls under the Security Offences (Special Measures) Act 2012 (SOSMA) which is non-bailable”.

The DPP asked for one month to transfer the case to the high court.

“The charge against the two accused is like any case, such as drugs and murder.

The prosecution needs time.

“This case involves sabotage, to undermine the country. It is more serious than a murder case. We are only applying an existing provision,” he said.



One of the glaring trait of the Opposition is that they always stand up for anti-establishment criminals.

Published in: on October 12, 2015 at 13:30  Comments (5)  

Politico-economic terrorists

It is undoubtedly the incessant spread of falsehood of the notions that Prime Minister Dato’ Sri Mohd. Najib Tun Razak is under international law enforcement investigations are designed to erode public and global confidence, which will effect the economy and probably rile the people up to topple the Federal Government through undemocratic and unlawful means.

The Star story on Deputy Prime Minister Dato’ Dr. Ahmad Zahid Hamidi to Washington D.C. and discussions with top level US Security and Foreign Relations officials.

Published: Sunday October 11, 2015 MYT 12:00:00 AM
Updated: Sunday October 11, 2015 MYT 7:30:45 AM

DPM: 1MDB didn’t crop up in talks with FBI, CIA


Picture time: Dr Ahmad Zahid taking selfie pictures with the Islamic Centre Imam Abdullah Khouj from Makkah, Saudi Arabia, after performing Friday prayers at the centre. Looking on are (from left) Malaysian Ambassador to the United States Datuk Dr Awang Adek Hussin and Home Ministry secretary-general Datuk Seri Alwi Ibrahim. — Bernama

Picture time: Dr Ahmad Zahid taking selfie pictures with the Islamic Centre Imam Abdullah Khouj from Makkah, Saudi Arabia, after performing Friday prayers at the centre. Looking on are (from left) Malaysian Ambassador to the United States Datuk Dr Awang Adek Hussin and Home Ministry secretary-general Datuk Seri Alwi Ibrahim. — Bernama

THE subject of 1Malaysia Development Bhd being investigated by the Federal Bureau of Investigation never cropped up in meetings Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi had with the FBI and other agencies in the United States.

The Deputy Prime Minister said the 1MDB issue was never raised. “I’ve met the top officials from so many parties; it was not raised by the FBI, CIA (Central Intelligence Agency), (US state secretary) John Kerry and any other party we met.

“I met FBI deputy director (Mark F. Giuliano) and senior FBI officials – not one word was mentioned about 1MDB,” he told Malaysian journalists here on Friday.

He was asked if FBI officials he met brought up the issue of alleged investigations into 1MDB.

Last month, the Wall Street Journal reported that the FBI was investigating 1MDB for alleged money laundering.

“Maybe, the issue is big as it is being shouted about in our country. It is used as a political issue, but 1MDB is not a big issue to them here at all,” he said.

During his week-long working trip here, Dr Ahmad Zahid, who is also the Home Minister, held discussions with the CIA and FBI on national and regional security, the Islamic State, security in the South China Sea and migrants.

On Thursday, he met Kerry at the State Department to sign a document on Homeland Security Presidential Directives No 6, a pre-requisite for Malaysia to join 38 other nations to participate in the US Visa Waiver Programme.

On 1MDB, the DPM advised Malaysians against being influenced by unsubstantiated claims that the US intelligence agencies were conducting investigations on it.

Commenting on the latest developments concerning 1MDB on the home front, he urged certain quarters not to question the credibility of the enforcement agencies investigating the sovereign fund.

“I urge everyone, especially leaders from our own party, to stop provoking the people,” he said.

“We must trust the relevant agencies to complete their investigations and conduct a fair and open probe in accordance with the law.”

He added that such irresponsible statements only divided the people and party, and was unnecessary as the country faced numerous economic and other challenges.

“For a leader who is still respected and holding an important position in the party, any action taken should promote unity in view of the challenges faced by Umno, Barisan Nasional and the Government,” he said in obvious reference to former DPM Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin.


The lies being perpetuated and echoed of “Prime Minister Najib being investigated by the US FBI, a Grand Jury would issue an arrest for him” and “Probably be arrested and tried by the International Court of Justice”, should be seen as economic sabotage if not economic terrorism.

That is probably why Former UMNO Batu Kawan Vice Head Khairuddin Abu Hassan and Former Political Secrretary to the Fourth Prime Minister Matthias Chang has been arrested and hell under the Security Offences (Special Measures) Act 2012 (SOSMA).

The Star story:

Published: Friday October 9, 2015 MYT 12:00:00 AM
Updated: Friday October 9, 2015 MYT 8:21:30 AM

Khairuddin’s lawyer Chang held under Sosma


KUALA LUMPUR: Lawyer Matthias Chang, who represented former Batu Kawan Umno vice-chief Datuk Seri Khairuddin Hassan, has been detained.

Held at Dang Wangi district police headquarters, Chang is believed to have been detained under Security Offences (Special Measures) Act (Sosma) 2012.

Chang’s lawyer Fahmi Abd Moin said his client was arrested after he visited Khairuddin at 2pm yesterday.

“Investigation is under Section 124(k) and 124(l) of the Penal Code. He is being detained for 24 hours under Sosma.

“After that, it depends on police whether to release him or further detain him for up to 28 days,” said Fahmi. Chang is now said to be on a hunger strike over his detention.

Chang’s arrest is the latest development in a long-running saga, which began with Khairuddin’s arrest on Sept 1.

He was then released on Sept 23 but rearrested the same day.

Khairuddin, who had made two police reports against 1Malaysia Development Bhd (1MDB), had been travelling to various countries lately to submit documents related to the company to authorities there probing the matter.

He has made police reports on 1MDB in Singapore, Switzerland, France and Hong Kong.

He was sacked from his position in February following his reports on 1MDB.Khairuddin first made a police report against 1MDB on Dec 12 last year following reports in national and international media pointing to flaws in the company’s management of taxpayer funds.

Malaysian Bar president Steven Thiru said he was appalled by the arrest of Chang under Sosma.

“We are appalled that a member of the Bar is being treated this way for acting on behalf of his client. I believe this is a serious attack on the independence of the Bar.

“We will be doing all we can to protest the arrest,” he said.

A vigil organised by the Bar Council was held in front of the Dang Wangi police station to protest Chang’s arrest.

Meanwhile, human rights group Suara Rakyat Malaysia (Suaram) has called on the Government to immediately cease all political detentions under Sosma.

Strongly condemning Chang’s detention, Suaram executive director Sevan Doraisamy said in a statement that the group was disgusted at the blatant disregard for human rights and rule of law.

“The act of silencing political dissidents with such laws cannot be anything less than a blatant threat and intimidation against those who dare challenge the current status quo,” he added.


The Minister of Communication and Multimedia Dato’ Sri Mohd. Salled Tun Said Keruak explained that the law enforcement agencies have the necessary reasons why these actions are taken against these economic saboteurs.

Astro Awani story:

Firm grounds to detain individuals for threatening security – Salleh Said

Bernama | Published on October 10, 2015 15:35 MYT
SALLEH: There is definitely a reason why we detain someone under the Security Offences (Special Measures) Act 2012 (Sosma). – File pic
PUTRAJAYA: The government does not act arbitrarily in detaining or taking legal action against any individual without strong grounds, says Communications and Multimedia Minister Datuk Seri Dr Salleh Said Keruak.

As such, he said any detention was not solely politically motivated as claimed by Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamed, simulaneously labelling the claims by the former prime minister as utterly baseless.

“The accusation is totally baseless. What we do is in accordance with the existing rules.

“There is definitely a reason why we detain someone under the Security Offences (Special Measures) Act 2012 (Sosma). We don’t take action as we like, when there is no strong proof,” he told reporters after launching the ministry level Zumba and People’s Sport Carnival programme in conjunction with the National Sports Day here, today.

He said this when asked to comment on claims by Dr Mahathir that Malaysia was now seen by the world as a ‘pariah’ nation when anybody could be arrested, investigated, detained and charged via the abuse of national laws.

The statement was written by Dr Mahathir following the detention of a former UMNO leader, Datuk Seri Khairuddin Abu Hassan and his lawyer, Matthias Chang under the Sosma for lodging an international report on 1MDB.
Commenting further, Salleh said during the administration of Mahathir, the former prime minister also stressed that it was the duty of the government to look after national security.

“We must investigate any quarters aiming to disrupt the stability of the nation, that is most important, because our emphasis is on a peaceful Malaysia,” he said.

In addition, Salleh said the government under the leadership of Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak practised an open government whereby the people would not be punished just for giving their views or had differing views on the government policy.

“But don’t give views which are different to the point of breaching the limits of the law. Or to the point of adversely affecting security, unity and inter-communal relations and religion.

“Or being involved in efforts to topple the leadership and in cahoot with those who are not Malaysian nationals. If this takes place, it is the duty of any government to take appropriate action,” he added.


The focus had always been using 1MDB as the excuse for these global law enforcement agencies been conducting all sorts of investigations against crimes like theft, corruption, abuse of power, unlawful movement of ones and worse still, money laundering. The truth is that there is none of these said international investigations.

The fact is that the opening page of SOSMA is very clear for the intent to protect the nation’s interests, even against economic saboteurs.

Security Offices (Special measures) Act 2012, also known as SOSMA

Security Offices (Special measures) Act 2012, also known as SOSMA

SOSMA is the right tool to be thrown against those who are clearly incessant in their efforts to demonise the administration Malaysia and erode public and global confidence towards.

These individuals incessantly spread manipulated half truth and fabricated stories and lies, on top of working in concerted with Neo Con Jewish controlled media to get the global attention and effect to their cause.

They conveniently use the excuse of the 1MDB case, which is under active investigation (as confirmed by the Attorney General) and incessantly projected the falsehood that Prime Minister Najib is involved in a high level criminal activity and cover up steps are being taken.

This would justify their call for Prime Minister Najib to go. Otherwise, they perpetuate the manipulations and falsehood with the Neo Con Jewish controlled global media, the confidence on how the nation is being managed is systematically being eroded.

They conveniently throw in issues like the shrinking of the MYR against USD is attributable to the eroding global economic confidence on Prime Minister Najib’s leadership. The fact is that, lately there has been a turn around.

The business sections of these global media focused and expand the matter through various angles. The objective isto tarnish the global economic and commercial confidence on Malaysia.

The end game is clear when the intention to get the Malaysian public riled up and rise and topple Prime Minister Najib through undemocratic means.

Prime Minister Najib took Barisan Nasional to the rakyat and won his first mandate in March 2013. The 13GE saw BN wrestled Perak and Kedah from the Opposition and UMNO increased its representation in Dewan Rakyat from 79 in past Parliament to 88.

Later that year, UMNO gave Prime Minister Najib a thunderous overwhelming mandate to continue as the Seventh President.

Through history, the no other leader have undergone the Opposition’s commitment of resources to topple an UMNO/BN led Prime Minister. Democratically, they have failed miserably.

Simply put, they lied to instigate. The intention is to topple Prime Minister Najib. They know it cannot be done through democratic means. That must be one of what SOSMA is designed for.

These drastic steps recently undertaken by law enforcement agencies such as the Royal Malaysian Police, as the most prominent guard of internal security, and Attorney General’s Chambers, the ultimate Public Prosecutor to ensure bad persons are dealt with and through the books, is about the nation’s interests.

Published in: on October 11, 2015 at 11:30  Comments (3)  

The inflamer is cooked

Federal Court this morning rejected activist Assoc. Prof. Dr. Azmi Shahrom’s application to declare the Sedition Act 1948 as invalid.

The Star story:

Published: Tuesday October 6, 2015 MYT 10:05:00 AM
Updated: Tuesday October 6, 2015 MYT 11:03:06 AM

Court dismisses Azmi’s challenge, rules Sedition Act valid


PUTRAJAYA: Law lecturer Azmi Sharom (pic) has failed is in his bid to have the Sedition Act 1948 declared unconstitutional.

The Federal Court panel lead by Chief Justice Arifin Zakaria dismissed Azmi’s application, and ordered that it be remitted to the Sessions Court.

The five-man panel also included Court of Appeal president Justice Md Raus Sharif, Chief Judge of Malaya Zulkefli Ahmad Makinudin, Justices Abdull Hamid Embong and Suriyadi Halim Omar.

The Universiti Malaya lecturer, who was dressed in a grey dress shirt and brown tie, was seen shaking his head upon hearing the decision.

The courtroom was full of supporters and lawyers as early as 8.30am, Tuesday.

On Nov 5 last year, the Kuala Lumpur High Court invoked its power under Section 84 of the Court of Judicature Act 1964 to refer Azmi’s sedition case to the Federal Court for determination, as it involved questions of constitutionality.

Azmi, a columnist with The Star, had claimed trial on Sept 2 to making seditious comments in an article titled “Take Perak crisis route for speedy end to Selangor impasse, Pakatan told,” that was published on an English online portal on Aug 14.

Azmi, 45, was charged under Section 4(1)(b) of the Sedition Act, with an alternative charge under Section 4(1)(c) of the same Act.

He faces a maximum fine of RM5,000 or jail not exceeding three years or both.


Dr Azmi was charged under Sedition Act for the comments he made on an article “Take Perak Crisis Route For Speedy End To Selangor Impasse”, which was published on 14 August 2014.

The Star story

Published: Tuesday September 2, 2014 MYT 12:00:00 AM
Updated: Monday September 8, 2014 MYT 3:11:27 PM

Azmi faces sedition charge

PETALING JAYA: Uni­versiti Malaya law lecturer Assoc Prof Dr Azmi Sharom (pic) is expected to be charged with sedition today over comments made on an online portal over the 2009 Perak crisis.

He is expected to be charged under Section 4(1)(b) of the Sedition Act 1948.

Under the section, anyone who utters any seditious words faces a fine of not more than RM5,000, a jail term of not more than three years, or both, if found guilty.

Azmi declined to comment on the possibility of him being charged for making the statements.

The English online portal reported that the law professor was previously under probe for his quotes in an article titled, “Take Perak crisis route for speedy end to Selangor impasse, Pakatan told”, which was published on Aug 14.

Azmi is an associate professor at the Faculty of Law of the university.

He obtained his PhD from the School of Oriental and African Studies in London after completing his studies in University of Nottingham and University of Sheffield.

His areas of expertise are both the Malaysian and International Envi­ronmental Law and the Conflict of Laws.

Azmi is also president of the Universiti Malaya academic staff union .

He is the latest to be caught in the recent sedition dragnet, following last Thursday’s charging of Padang Serai MP N. Surendran at the Kuala Lumpur High Court.

Surendran is alleged to have committed the offence at the Palace of Justice in Putrajaya in his capacity as counsel for Opposition Leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim by saying in a YouTube video that the Sodomy 2 proceedings against Anwar were “an attempt to jail the opposition leader of Malaysia”.

Surendran was previously charged on Aug 19 for allegedly making statements regarding the judgment of the appellate court in Anwar’s second sodomy case in a YouTube video.


Dr Azmi isn’t the only person who has the tendency to talk aloud, which often antagonise others, be charged under the same Sedition Act. Former Melaka Chief Minister Tan Sri Rahim Thamby Chik is also having the same book thrown at him for maliciously accusing the Raja Muda of Selangor of being Catholic.

NST story:

Ex-Malacca CM charged over FB post on Selangor crown prince ‘conversion’

5 OCTOBER 2015 @ 12:52 PM

SHAH ALAM: Former Malacca chief minister Tan Sri Abdul Rahim Thamby Chik today pleaded not guilty to a sedition charge over his Facebook posting on the religious status of Selangor Crown Prince Tengku Amir Shah.

Abdul Rahim was charged under Section 4 (1) (c) of the Sedition Act at the Shah Alam Sessions Court this morning. He also pleaded not guilty to another charge under Section 233 (1) (a) of the Communication and Multimedia Act 1998.

He was later granted bail at RM7,000 with one surety.

Rahim had via a Facebook posting on Sept 25 claimed that Tengku Amir had converted to Catholicism. His claim was subsequently slammed by the Selangor Council of the Royal Court, which said Rahim’s statement “reeked of sedition and slander” and could arouse hatred of Muslims towards both the Raja Muda and the Sultan of Selangor.

The council had said it was perturbed that Rahim did not take any steps to verify the truth behind the postings made in other portals before presenting his comments and opinions.

“It would have been easy for him to check the truth of the information if he had a sense of responsibility,” said the council in a statement on Sept 30.

Several police reports were subsequently lodged against Rahim over his claims.

Rahim later admitted that the source of his claim came from an unsubstantiated website, and issued three apologies in the period of four days over the issue.

Read More : http://www.nst.com.my/news/2015/10/ex-malacca-cm-charged-over-fb-post-selangor-crown-prince-%E2%80%98conversion%E2%80%99


The cliche’ of ‘Look before you leap’ is very much at play here. ‘Watch before you say anything’, is how the Malays would say it, ‘Cakap siang, pandang-pandang. Cakap malam, dengar-dengar‘.

It is people like these very small group who stirs up the nation and rile up the rakyat with their outrageous calls, which overstep the boundaries of understanding, tolerance, accommodation and work and live well together with their narrowed interpretations and perspecive.

This landmark ruling very much fortifies the Sedition Act is constitutional.

Published in: on October 6, 2015 at 11:15  Comments (7)  

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