Gerombolan Harapan Bangsat

Deposed Former Deputy PAS President Mohamad “Mat” Sabu is out with his usual antics manipulating facts with his own skewed and sinister interpretations, with the malice intent to confuse the rakyat and ridicule the party he once aspired to lead.

NST story:

GHB members should be allowed to retain “elected positions”: Mat Sabu

BY PHUAH KEN LIN –

24 AUGUST 2015 @ 1:21 AM BUTTERWORTH: Pas lawmakers should not be asked to resign as elected representatives as the ulama council had taken the view that they had contested under Pakatan, said former Pas deputy president Mohamad Sabu.

He said members of parliament (MPs) and assemblymen who aligned their political interest with Pas splinter group Gerakan Harapan Baru (GHB) could still retain their current elected positions after leaving the party.

“The ulama council shared a different view from the Pas president. It (the council) ruled that they (Pas elected representatives) won their respective seats under the Pakatan ticket so there is no reason for any of them to step down.

“Why should they quit when they got the backing of the council?” the GHB national pro-tem chairman said after launching the movement officially here following a national roadshow at the state level.

Mohamad, better known as Mat Sabu, was asked to comment on pressure from Pas president Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang for GHB elected representatives to quit as MPs or assemblymen.

He said GHB members would leave Pas in stages from their respective states when a new political party had been formed, which is expected to happen as early as end of this month upon registration by the Registrar of Societies (RoS).

Read More : http://www.nst.com.my/node/97474

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The fact is that those 18 Yang Berhormats who found that they no longer enjoy the majority grassroots support from PAS for their pro-Sodomy Convict Anwar Ibrahim stance, won because they stood on PAS ticket.

The pro-Anwarista news portal story:

PAS reps who join Amanah should quit seats, says Hadi

BY LOOI SUE-CHERN

Published: 22 August 2015 8:28 PM
Elected reps who won in the 2013 general election on the PAS ticket should vacate their seats if they wish to join the new party created by splinter group Gerakan Harapan Baru (GHB) or New Hope Movement.
PAS president Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang said those who joined Parti Amanah Rakyat, which is expected to be launched on Merdeka Day, should resign as elected reps for breaking an oath sworn to the Islamist party.

“It is up to their dignity. They took the Bai’ah Oath as PAS elected reps.

“They took the oath, made the promise. So they should resign and vacate their seats,” he said at the PAS himpunan tolak BN (anti-Barisan Nasional) rally in Kota Sarang Semut, Kedah, this evening.
Hadi was asked to comment on the new party being planned by GHB, which is headed by progressive PAS leaders ousted in the PAS elections in June.

Amanah is also set to replace PAS, which is now controlled by the ulama faction led by Hadi, in a new opposition coalition with DAP and PKR.

According to the PAS constitution, members who joined another political party will automatically lose their memberships.

However, a number of PAS division leaders in Selangor and Malacca have announced their resignations as they crossed over to GHB.

Hadi said he did not see that as a big challenge to PAS.

“PAS had been through worse challenges before. In the 1980s, the president quit the party. Some 10 central leaders left the party.

“PAS was left with only one MP, the late Datuk Nik Abdul Aziz Nik Mat. We fought back and won Kelantan in 1990.

“That was more challenging than what we face now. We can bounce back. What is interesting now is youths are coming to PAS.”

Hadi also denied talk that many Islamic non-governmental organisations (NGOs) have joined GHB.

“A majority of the Islamic NGOS are with us and there had been media statements made on that.”

On criticism that PAS was not progressive and becoming backward, Hadi said the party has not changed its policies and goals.

“We are not a ‘parti kampung’ (village party). We don’t just have religious scholars but also other professionals.

“Their numbers are growing. After the recent muktamar, we saw the new PAS central leadership line-up made up of ulama, lecturers, lawyers and others.

“We have more of them than before. We also got new applications for membership. So far we have 9,000 but we only managed to process some 6,000.”

On today’s gathering themed “beristiqamah (consistent) until victory”, Hadi said such a programme was normal for the party to explain its policies to the grassroots after its general assembly. – August 22, 2015.

– See more at: http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/malaysia/article/pas-reps-who-join-amanah-should-quit-seats-says-hadi#sthash.SqMKxxeA.dpuf

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There is no such thing as ‘Pakatan Rakyat’. The (un)holy-marriage-of-(in)convenience-between-backstabbing-strange-bedfellows never really got their act together to formalise the Opposition Pact which they conveniently call as ‘Pakatan Rakyat’.

It exist to demonstrate that they are together and have a common policy; to topple Barisan Nasional.

They don’t really have a proper structure where there is a constitution that every party agree upon, an organisational structure that works for everyone and a common logo.

The fact is that, most of of their fundamental philosophies, ideologies and policies are adversarial to each other.

It is interesting that the PAS dissenters who were ousted in the recent PAS Muktamar, found themselves no longer tolerable by the majority of the delegates representing PAS grassroots for the pro-Anwar stance and pro-DAP stance. It is seen as seriously compromising the fundamental of why PAS was formed.

Thus is it proven that these former ‘modern-Islamists’ or the Young Turks within PAS were never about upholding the principles of Al Quran and hadith and sunnah. Instead, they have capitalised on the opportunity to ride of principles and sentiments of Islam, for the purpose of manipulating them into political currency and expediency.

They are the same people who were willing to fitnah (slander), just like Mat Sabu demonising the Police as “British lackeys” in his interpretation of the attack on Bukit Kepong Police Station on 23 February 1950. The more recent is the support of the fitnah on the former MB Selangor Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim in the initiative to politically assassinate him.

By far, these are traits of bangsats!

Published in: on August 24, 2015 at 13:00  Leave a Comment  

Wet dreaming a masturbation

The politically bankrupt Anwaristas are drowned in their own concoction of manipulations, fabrication and lies due of excessive flooding of their own spewed secretion of a prolonged wet dream.

The Malay Mail online:

Anwar is our PM-to-be, Harapan Baru says after DAP endorsement

BY ZURAIRI AR

Sunday August 16, 2015
05:53 AM GMT+8
KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 16 — Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim will be Malaysia’s next prime minister if the opposition claims Putrajaya the next federal polls, members of PAS splinter group Harapan Baru (HB) said, joining ally DAP in endorsing the jailed PKR leader for the post.

The leaders admitted that the matter has not been formally deliberated but said there has never been any doubt among them that Anwar is the only leader capable of uniting the opposition.

“HB has no problem with the suggestion, we feel he is a deserving candidate who can inject new hope, politically,” Parit Buntar MP Datuk Dr Mujahid Yusof Rawa told Malay Mail Online over phone when contacted for comment on the nomination of Anwar as the PM-designate.

He cited Anwar’s track record, pointing out that the leader had successfully led Pakatan Rakyat (PR) for many years before he was sent to prison earlier this year for sodomy.

Mujahid acknowledged the demise of PR, however, but said that the opposition front was merely suffering a “minor hiccup”.

On Monday, DAP adviser Lim Kit Siang said in a statement that the soon-to-be-formed opposition coalition to replace PR will name Anwar as its PM-designate.

The pact that some have dubbed “Pakatan 2.0” and “Harapan Rakyat” is expected to comprise PKR, DAP and HB, which is expected to register next month as a political entity; other potential components have not been ruled out either.

HB secretary Dr Dzulkefly Ahmad concurred with Lim and Mujahid, and called Anwar an “iconic leader” who could still inspire the public even from behind prison walls.

“Even right now, in the crisis that is plaguing the country, we don’t see a cross-racial, cross-cultural leader rather than this iconic personality. There has never been any doubt, or any proposal for anyone else on our part,” said Dzulkefly.

“Leaders are really born out of struggle, they rise naturally. If you are debating just to find leader, then you are really in trouble. Leadership is like beauty, when you meet one, you will know it,” he added, quoting American scholar and author Warren G Bennis.

Shah Alam MP Khalid Abdul Samad explained that HB has yet to discuss its choice for its PM-designate as it is currently preoccupied with plans for the movement’s launch and registration scheduled for next month.

The lawmaker said, however, that he has no problem with selecting Anwar for the post as the leader has the backing of both the DAP and PKR.

Khalid also laughed off a suggestion that Anwar may bring down HB and the new coalition with his political baggage and disagreed with talk that because of his time in prison, the PKR stalwart has lost his relevance among the younger voters.

“As a victim of persecution, his length in prison is nowhere near Mandela. So I think time away is not a problem,” said Khalid, referring to South Africa’s first black president and revolutionary, the late Nelson Mandela.

“I think DAP’s suggestion was thanks to his struggle.”

Apart from hudud and other key issues, the topic of prime minister-designate had in the past been a point of dissension among DAP, PKR and PAS that had formed the PR pact.

Both DAP and PKR had wanted Anwar to take on the post should the pact ever claim Putrajaya but PAS refused to yield and insisted that there were other qualified leaders to fill the post, namely its own party president Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang.

Anwar is currently serving a five-year jail sentence in Sungai Buloh Prison after his appeal to the Federal Court against his second sodomy conviction was dismissed on February 10.

– See more at: http://www.themalaymailonline.com/malaysia/article/anwar-is-our-pm-to-be-harapan-baru-says-after-dap-endorsement#sthash.P8piac79.dpuf

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There are so many very unrealistic about this wet dream.

First of all, Former Opposition Leader Anwar Ibrahim is now being incarcerated as a hedious sexual deviant convict. It would be at least a little more than three more years before he could be considered out.

Even after Anwar is out, he would need to finish the interregnum period of five years post serving the sentence, before allowed back as a candidate to contest in any election. He would be about seventy six by then!

Second, these Anwaristas PAS leaders have been ostracised by their own party members and now out in the cold. They hardly have any real support of their former comrades.

Since they won because of the PAS machinery and grassroots support for the party, no way in hell they would ever be elected again, in their current constituencies.

Third point is that Anwar’s own party is crumbling and breaking up into pieces. Their own leaders have exodus the party and even the ones who are still steadfast with the cause, have been ostracised for not toeing the line of a party which was incepted for a personal problem and quest.

Fourth, DAP is at the strongest point now ever in their history of Malaysian politics the past 48 years, with 37 MPs. Almost all Chinese majority or near half constituencies are under their control. They are very aware of their position and what lies for them, which include experimenting with permutation of variables like Malay candidates in slightly or near majority Malay constituencies.

Hence they would calculate the benefits against risk for leveraging into another Opposition pack and would just do to protect their grounds if the new pack would just bring more risk of digression of their political positioning, at their expense.

The fifth point is that anything to do with Anwar carry no longer traction nor attention. DAP is very realistic that Anwar as a worthless political currency and would no longer bank on it.

Mujahid and the likes of politically bankrupt could imagine their own wet dream and continue their masturbation as only the handful of schizophrenic politicians are delightfully lost their whole figment of their political eroticism.

The rest of us, are very realistic people.

Published in: on August 16, 2015 at 12:00  Comments (3)  

PKR bunuh pemimpin sendiri

Pengarah Pilihanraya PKR dan penyokong tegar Anwar Ibrahim Dato’ Saifuddin Nasution Ismail mengaku memfitnah Mantan MB Selangor Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim dalam usaha menjatuhkan beliau secara ‘paksa’.

Laporan Bernama.com

Saman Fitnah Selesai: Saifuddin Nasution Mohon Maaf Kepada Abdul Khalid

SHAH ALAM, 14 Ogos (Bernama) — Kes saman fitnah Tan Sri Abdul Khalid Ibrahim terhadap Datuk Saifuddin Nasution Ismail berkaitan laporan mengenai isu Menteri Besar Selangor diselesaikan dengan baik selepas bekas Setiausaha Agung PKR itu memohon maaf kepada Abdul Khalid di Mahkamah Tinggi di sini.

Kenyataan permohonan maaf secara terbuka itu dibacakan oleh Saifuddin yang kini Pengarah Pilihan Raya PKR dan direkodkan oleh Pesuruhjaya Kehakiman M.Gunalan.

Terdahulu, Saifuddin berkata kandungan dokumen laporan ‘Keputusan Menggantikan Menteri Besar Selangor’ mengandungi beberapa kenyataan yang dikatakan bersifat fitnah, antaranya berhubung penyelesaian hutang di luar mahkamah antara Abdul Khalid dan Bank Islam, urus niaga melibatkan kerajaan Selangor dan Ecoworld Berhad, urus niaga penstrukturan air, sokongan Abdul Khalid untuk melaksanakan lebuh raya Kidex dan prestasi pentadbiran kerajaan Selangor di bawah kepimpinan beliau (Abdul Khalid).

Saifuddin berkata kandungan dan tuduhan dalam dokumen itu telah menjejaskan nama baik dan reputasi Abdul Khalid sebagai antara lainnya, Menteri Besar Selangor (pada masa material), Anggota Parlimen Bandar Tun Razak, Anggota Dewan Undangan Negeri (ADUN) Pelabuhan Klang, seorang bekas tokoh korporat dan seorang ahli perniagaan serta keluarga beliau.

“Saya menjelaskan bahawa dokumen tersebut ditulis dan diedarkan dengan tujuan memberi penjelasan politik mengenai keputusan parti (PKR) menggunakan kuasanya untuk mencalonkan seorang yang lain sebagai Menteri Besar Selangor. Dokumen itu tidak bertujuan untuk digunakan sebagai bukti muktamad bahawa telah berlaku sebarang atau apa-apa perlakuan rasuah atau salah laku.

“Dokumen tersebut telah menyatakan dan memberi gambaran bahawa Abdul Khalid adalah seorang yang korup, zalim, tidak boleh dipercayai, tidak bersikap telus, tidak jujur, tidak beretika, tidak amanah, tidak berintegriti, telah terlibat dengan perlakuan rasuah dan salah laku serta tidak layak menjadi Menteri Besar Selangor,” katanya.

Saifuddin berkata bagi pihak PKR dan dirinya secara peribadi, mereka melahirkan rasa amat kesal dan dengan ikhlas serta suci hati tanpa syarat memohon maaf kepada Abdul Khalid.

“Bagi pihak PKR dan secara peribadi, kami juga memberi akujanji kepada Abdul Khalid dan mahkamah ini bahawa kenyataan-kenyataan tersebut tidak seharusnya dikatakan dan kami akan memberhentikan daripada menyatakan serta tidak akan mengulangi kandungan dan tuduhan-tuduhan dalam dokumen tersebut serta apa-apa kenyataan yang berkaitan dengan dokumen tersebut,” katanya.

Abdul Khalid ketika membacakan Kenyataan Penerimaan berkata beliau menerima permohonan maaf daripada pihak defendan dan bekas menteri besar itu turut memohon maaf sekiranya beliau ada menyinggung perasaan mana-mana pihak termasuk Saifuddin.

Pada awal prosiding, peguam Edmund Bon yang mewakili Abdul Khalid memaklumkan kepada mahkamah bahawa kedua-dua pihak telah mencapai penyelesaian penuh menerusi Penghakiman Persetujuan dan mereka akan membacakan kenyataan masing-masing secara terbuka di mahkamah.

Selain Bon, Abdul Khalid turut diwakili peguam Joshua Tay manakala Saifuddin diwakili peguam William Leong dan Puspawati Rosman.

Kes itu sebelum ini ditetapkan untuk perbicaraan bermula Selasa lepas.

Bekas Ketua Pembangkang Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim yang berada dalam senarai saksi pihak defendan turut hadir di mahkamah hari ini menyebabkan galeri awam dipenuhi pihak media, anggota keluarga beliau, pimpinan Pakatan Rakyat dan orang awam.

Pada 18 Ogos tahun lepas, Abdul Khalid memfailkan saman terhadap Saifuddin secara peribadi dan atas kapasiti beliau sebagai Setiausaha Agung PKR serta pemegang jawatan PKR (ketika saman difailkan) berhubung pengedaran dokumen laporan ‘Keputusan Menggantikan Menteri Besar Selangor’, bertarikh 4 Ogos 2014 yang didakwa memfitnah bekas menteri besar itu.

Selain menuntut ganti rugi, Abdul Khalid memohon perintah menghalang Saifuddin atau wakilnya, pekerjanya dan kakitangannya daripada menerbit, mengeluar, mengedar, mencetak atau menyebabkan perkataan yang memfitnah beliau (Abdul Khalid).

— BERNAMA — BERNAMA

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Tindakan memohon maaf oleh Mantan Setiausaha Agung PKR dalam Mahkamah ini adalah pengakuan bahawa konco-konco Banduan Salahlaku Seks Luar Tabii itu bersalah memfitnah Khalid.

Ini juga merupakan bukti jelas bahawa pemimpin pemimpin didikan Mantan Ketua Pembangkang itu tergamak memfitnah pemimpin dikalangan mereka, hanya atas kerakusan merealisasikan kepentingan politik sempit mereka semata mata.

Usaha menjatuhkan Khalid ini juga menerima reaksi murka Tuanku Sultan Sharafuddin Idris Shah Ibni Almarhum Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah. Baginda menitahkan ini secara langsung kerana berpendapat permainan politik sempit dan songsang-produktif PKR ini sebenarnya tidak mendatangkan kebaikan kepada negeri dan rakyat Selangor.

Namun demikian, pihak Anwasrita (samada dalam parti atau media yang menyokong mereka), membuat spin bahawa keputusan Saifuddin memohon maaf ini adalah atas nasihat Anwar dari Penjara Sg Buloh.

Laporan Malaysiakini:

11:37AM – 14 Aug 2015

Kes Khalid-Saifuddin selesai luar mahkamah

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Saman bekas Menteri Besar Selangor, Tan Sri Abdul Khalid Ibrahim terhadap bekas Setiausaha Agung PKR, Datuk Saifuddin Nasution Ismail diselesaikan secara baik di luar mahkamah hari ini.

Kes itu diketepikan selepas kedua-dua pihak berbincang selama dua jam.

Perbincangan tertutup bermula kira-kira jam 9 pagi antara Abdul Khalid selaku plaintif, Saifuddin sebagai defendan dan bekas ketua pembangkang, Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim yang hadir sebagai saksi untuk kes itu.

Saifuddin selaku defendan membacakan permohonan maaf itu di hadapan Pesuruhjaya Kehakiman Mahkamah Tinggi Shah Alam M Gunalan sebentar tadi.

Menurut Saifuddin, sebab saman itu ditarik balik atas nasihat Anwar sebagai perantara yang menyatakan negara sedang berdepan dengan masalah politik, ekonomi dan kos sara hidup yang meningkat.

Abdul Khalid menerima saranan tersebut malah berpesan kepada Saifudin bahawa penarikan saman itu adalah hikmah supaya beliau boleh memfokuskan kepada kerja lain dan PKR boleh memperkukuhkan parti.

“Saya dan Tan Sri khalid saling maaf memaafkan, Tan Sri Khalid pesan pada saya hikmah di sebalik penyelesaian, ‘saya (Khalid) boleh tumpukan pada kerja dan tuan (Saifuddin) boleh kukuhkan parti’. Dan saya bersyukur kerana ia berlaku di hujung bulan Syawal.

“Tadi perkara yang Anwar ingatkan kepada saya dan Khalid, negara sedang berdepan dengan pelbagai kemelut masalah politik, ekonomi dan juga kos sara hidup yang tinggi kepada rakyat.

“Tiga asas itu dipersetujui sebagai latar belakang untuk saya dan Tan Sri Khalid mencapai penyelesaian,” katanya kepada pemberita selepas sesi mahkamah itu berakhir.

Khalid diwakili Edmund Bon manakala Wiliam Leong yang juga Ahli Parlimen Selayang dari PKR mewakili Pengarah Pilihan Raya PKR itu.

Anwar sebagai perantara

Saifuddin menambah, Anwar yang pada mulanya hadir sebagai sepina bagaimanapun menjadi perantara dalam menyelesaikan kes ini.

Malah katanya Anwar dilihat lebih baik daripada peguam yang ada kerana mempunyai kebolehan mendamaikan kedua belah pihak dalam mencapai kata sepakat.

“Anwar asalnya datang sebagai saksi tapi berakhir sebagai orang tengah. Dia ada kemahiran itu, bahkan kemahiranitu lebih baik dari kemahiran peguam-peguam,” katanya.

Saifuddin menambah, Anwar turut menasihati Abdul Khalid sekiranya kes ini diteruskan ia akan melalui proses yang panjang.

“Itu adalah syor dan nasihat Datuk seri Anwar kepada khalid. Kata Anwar, Khalid kamu sebahagian dari kami proses ini akan ambil masa yang panjang jika diteruskan,” katanya.

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Hakikatnya, fitnah puak puak lingkaran ketat dalam pemimpin tertinggi PKR yang menelilingi Anwar Ibrahim telah gagal dan kini membuat kenyataan putar-belit untuk cuba mewayangkan keadaan bahawa krisis kepimpinan dalaman PKR sebenarnya tidak serious.

Amalan dan gejala fitnah sebagai senjata taktikal dan strategik golongan yang bankrap politik ini sebenarnya membawa kesan negatif kepada negara.

Antara akibat fitnah ini yang memberi kesan langsung kepada warga Selangor (dan Kuala Lumpur) ialah penyelesaian strategik isu air Selangor menerima tamparan dimana ianya tertangguh setahun lagi.

Ini secocok dengan pandangan Islam dimana dosa memfitnah ini lebih buruk berbanding dengan membunuh. Sedangkan dosa membunuh itu ialah jenayah keji yang seorang insan tergamak menganiaya seorang insan lain.

Sekiranya pemimpin tertinggi lingkaran-ketat PKR tergamak ‘membunuh’ dikalangan mereka sendiri, bayangkan motivasi dan gerak-kerja mereka keatas seteru politik seperti UMNO dan BN.

Ketamakan politik pemimpin tertinggi lingkaran-ketat PKR ini juga digambarkan jelas apabila baru baru ini semasa pemilihan parti, PAS menolak semua pemimpin mereka yang bersifat Anwarista.

Published in: on August 14, 2015 at 20:30  Comments (4)  

Getting tough on habitual liars and slanderers

Prime Minister Dato’ Sri Mohd. Najib Tun Razak urges the MCMC as authority with the said powers to get tough with those who abuse, misuse and adulterate the social media platforms to propagate manipulated and distorted information and lies, for sinister purposes.

The Star story:

Published: Sunday August 2, 2015 MYT 9:24:00 PM
Updated: Sunday August 2, 2015 MYT 9:44:46 PM

Najib instructs MCMC to check slander on social media

KUALA KUBU BARU: The Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission has been instructed to streamline laws and step up enforcement to check the dissemination of slander on social media.

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak (pic) said Sunday that if slander on the social media was allowed to fester, it would alter the thinking paradigm of the people and create a state of “trial by social media”.

“When faced with trial by social media, we, as members of the administration will be declared guilty before trial.

“But when it comes to the opposition, it is all considered defamation, not considered as the truth. Is this not weird?” he said when opening the Hulu Selangor Umno division delegates meeting here.

Also present at the meeting were Selangor Umno liaison committee chairman Datuk Seri Noh Omar and Hulu Selangor Umno division chief Mat Nadzari Ahmad Dahlan.

Najib said the Government could not obstruct the progress of technology but it also could not give absolute freedom to the extent that untruths were turned into truths.

He said Umno should also become an active social media practitioner and have a specific programme to change the perception of the people.

“Today, perception seems to overwhelm reality. We need to understand the situation when faced with attacks in cyberspace to better position our party,” he said.

Najib said party members should come up with strategies to attract the support of the people and not revel in one’s own self-satisfaction when implementing any programme.

On the recent Cabinet reshuffle, the prime minister said he would ensure that the Cabinet ministers delivered effective service to the people.

He added that Umno members in the three states he had so far visited, namely Malacca, Negeri Sembilan and Selangor, had expressed support for his leadership.

He expressed appreciation for the support and said it would drive him to strengthen the party and bring the nation greater success. – Bernama

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As they say better late then never. A lot of damage already done where the habitual and compulsive manipulators, spinners and  liars change facts of stories for the sinister purposes to create sensation, discomfort, anguish, hatred etc.

In the recent onslaught where New Con Jews’ sponsored apparatus of community destabilisation such as Sarawak Report teamed up with the Opposition, Opposition controlled media and more New Con Jews’ controlled to attack and demonise Prime Minister Najib, was at the expense of the nation’s economy.

Sabotaging the national economy is a threat to national security.

So is arousing Malaysians with manipulation and slanders of debt-stricken Malaysian Government strategic investment corporation 1MDB, with the sinister intent to get Malaysian riled up and topple Prime Minister Najib and his democratically elected government.

The same abuse, misuse and adulteration of media social platforms recently almost turned a common theft in Plaza Low Yatt a few weeks ago into a racial fight and something very ugly.

Propagating hatred in venomous and voracious overtones towards the His Majesty Government is seditious under the law.

The continuous  urge of Federal Government authorities in charge of communication and cybersphere to get tough and need to control the use and materials accesible for the Malaysian consumers also came from the Father of ICT, Tun Dr. Mahathor Mohamad.

Pro-Anwarista news portal story:

Dr Mahathir repeats call for Internet censorship

Published: 1 August 2014 5:25 PM
Former prime minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad today reiterated the need for the Malaysian government to censor the Internet as, he said, it has played a major role in undermining public morality.

He said that any kind of freedom would be open to abuse, adding that the worst kind of abuse is in the “field of morality”.

“The Internet has played a major role in undermining public morality.

“I don’t care how sacred is freedom but I think the time has come for governments, at least the Malaysian government to censor the Internet,” he said in a blog posting today.
Malaysia’s longest-serving prime minister had said in March that he would introduce Internet censorship if he was chosen to lead the country again, expressing regrets that he made a promise not to censor the internet while he was PM.

“If I was appointed as the premier again, the first thing I will do is censor the Internet,” he had said then.

Dr Mahathir had previously agreed for Malaysia not to censor the Internet as part of the conditions by foreign investors and major technology firms to help develop the Multimedia Super Corridor, which was launched in the mid-1990s.

“Not knowing the power of the Internet, I promised that we (speaking as the Prime Minister of Malaysia) would not censor it. But today I have changed my mind,” he wrote in his blog.

He warned that several practices which are still unacceptable to Malaysian society, would soon be a part of expressing freedom and equality, thus highlighting the need for Internet censorship.

“Incest, child sex, sex with animals, sexual parties, sex in public and many other practices which are wrong will soon be a part of the expression of freedom and equality. All these will promoted on the Internet.”

“Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender or LGBT is openly touted as a part of human rights. We accept that some people are born with indeterminate sex. But now that LGBT is accepted, normal people have also taken up the practices of those who were born handicapped.”

“And worse still, certain religions have abrogated the injunctions of their religion against abnormal sex so as to be seen to be keeping up with the times,” he added.

The former prime minister also revealed that he had changed his mind about Internet censorship as the “players” – those who controlled servers – have applied censorship of their own on what can appear on their platforms.

“I myself have suffered from such censorship. When I put on my blog, an article on the Jews, without any explanation, my article was prevented from being linked to Facebook,” he claimed.

“But that is not all. I first used the internationally available platform to host my blog. When hundreds of thousands visited my blog, suddenly the platform rejected hosting my blog site.”

Dr Mahathir said he has now changed servers and platforms three times and yet, until now there are attempts to block his blog, along with numerous spam and virus attacks.

“Blocking is of course a form of censorship. The Internet is not the free alternative to the state-controlled print and electronic media it is touted to be.”

In fact, the former premier said, the Internet is subject to more censorship than the government could possibly exercise.

“There is no freedom of the alternative media. Governments and the owners of servers and platforms and assorted others can censor the alternative media.”

“It is actually less free than print and electronic media operating under Government licences,” he added.

When he had first broached the subject of Internet censorship in March, Dr Mahathir said although Malaysia might be labelled as an undemocratic country for filtering the Internet, but this move would ensure internal security was preserved.

“If our country is described as unmodern, undemocratic, so be it. This is our country, we have the right to uphold internal security,” he had said. – August 1, 2014.

– See more at: http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/malaysia/article/dr-mahathir-repeats-call-for-internet-censorship#sthash.c20qXK9K.dpuf

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More than twenty years ago he first mooted the idea to create the Multimedia Super Corridor city in where Cyberjaya is today, he promised that there should be no censorship.

However, he changed his mind after the consideration of the abuse, misuse and adulteration the apparatus and platforms of infinite  information, which was supposed to propel Malaysians towards embracing the ‘knowledge economy’ and alleviate themselves in the challenges of globalisation.

As part of transformation agenda in preparation of arriving at newly developed nation status in five years time, the right for freedom of information and expression is a key component of being part of modern democracy.

However, the perils of pure democracy without utter consideration of others we share the nation with is very counter productive and should be deemed as regressive.

Abuses, misuses and adulteration of social media platforms now being made accessible to more people cheaper and growing options, means there is no way of ensuring that it is use positively, progressively and productively.

It is shameful that Malaysia which is supposed to move forward regressed because of the sinister usage of social media with the objective of sensation, controversy, contentious, hatred and conflict. Worse of all, defective supervision and enforcement.

What ever it is, the interest of the nation must come first.

That is probably why Dato’ Seri Ahmad Shabery Cheek was reassigned to do agriculture portfolio and instead given to a character who is quick and quite stinging on his remarks, Sabah State Assembly Speaker Dato’ Seri Mohd. Salleh Tun Said Keruak,

Published in: on August 2, 2015 at 23:59  Comments (8)  

Cheque book journalism of ‘War Chest’

KUALA LUMPUR - Jan 24, 2015. The Edge Media Group Executive Chairman Datuk Tong Kooi Ong at the Alliance Bank 2015 Investment and Market Outlook Forum.  Photo by :  SUHAIMI YUSUF

KUALA LUMPUR – Jan 24, 2015.
The Edge Media Group Executive Chairman Datuk Tong Kooi Ong at the Alliance Bank 2015 Investment and Market Outlook Forum. Photo by : SUHAIMI YUSUF

Staunch Anwarista and The Edge Media Group owner  Tong Kooi Ong on Friday affirmed he was willing to bribe USD2 million but later cheated away for the stolen e mails, hours after Straits Times revealed a damning story from former Petro Saudi executive Xavier Justo, brought a new flashing red light on the whole episode.

It is generally considered unethical to pay, to buy materials for a story. Probably the material sum could distinct this initiative of investigative journalism.

Which Malaysian media organisation is willing to fork out USD2 million (RM7.8 million) for materials from a single source for a series of stories. The more damning question is, why?

In his statement on Friday afternoon, Tong revealed that he did offer Justo USD2 million. That is a lot of money for a Malaysia media group, for materials of a story. The circulation of the weekly business paper is 25,000. The Financial Edge daily is even far smaller than that.

The Edge Financial Daily page

The Edge Financial Daily page

The off-the-stand price is RM7.00 and the online annual subscription is RM318.00. The combined annual turnover is in the neighbourhood of RM18 million a year. Lets say the advertisement revenue matched the print and online subscription rate, RM7.8 million is 22% of the paper’s annual turnover.

Even after throwing in the advertisement income, would The Edge able to fork out RM7.8 million to but the stolen downloaded e mails from Justo?

Hence, it could be deduced that the money must have come from outside the newspaper.

It is indisputable Tong’s loyalty to former Opposition Leader and now a convict for a hedious sexual crime Anwar Ibrahim. Almost sixteen years ago one of Anwar’s minions who keeps charge of the ‘War Chest’, blurted out in a statutory declaration:

Former Assistant Governor Murad Khalid expose

STATUTORY DECLARATION DATO ABDUL MURAD KHALID

I, Dato’ Abdul Murad Bin Khalid (NRIC No. 531215-08-5957), a Malaysian citizen of full age and care of No. 104, Jalan Setiabakti 9, Bukit Damansara, 50490 Kuala Lumpur, do hereby solemnly and sincerely declare as follows:-

1. On 16th September 1999 I was charged with failing to disclose truthfully information on Ben Harta Sdn Bhd (BHSB) shares and 51 of its properties allegedly held for my benefit pursuant to section 87(2)(c) Banking and Financial Institutions Act 1989 (BAFIA).

2. In order to do justice for my own sake, I must make a public declaration on certain matters connected with the various positions I held in Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM) so as to show to the public at large the nature and stresses/ strains that were attendant to these positions. This public statement is also intended to provide the public with the proper perspectives of the machinations of the former Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim (“DSAI”) who was also the Finance Minister and hence the Minister directly in command of BNM.

3. As one of the top executives in BNM, I invariably came into contact with Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim who took a liking for me – and subsequently entrusted me to carry out some of his instructions, what has come to be believed by me now to further his political ambitions. In furtherance of his political scheme, Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim instructed me to implement certain corporate exercises in favour of his friends and cronies. The debts of his cronies were cleared/ settled using the profits from deals using the influence of BNM.

4. Amongst the most significant corporate exercises is the takeover of Sikap-Power, the concession holder of the Independent Power Project (IPP) at Lumut, Perak. The concession was sold to MRCB on the instruction of Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim and MRCB later injected the ‘concession’ into Malakof Berhad, which is the subsidiary of MRCB. I believe that a profit of about RM50 million from this deal went to one of DSAI’s political funds.

5. A male Chinese named Tong Kooi Ong, is also involved significantly in raising, financial assistance for Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim. Tong Kooi Ong is the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Phileo Allied Berhad, which is listed on the Main Board of the KLSE. Phileo Allied Bank is also under the control of Tong Kooi Ong. Tong Kooi Ong came into contact with Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim on mv introduction and they subsequently became very close. Tong Kooi Ong subsequently disclosed to me that in return -for the favours granted to him by Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim, he had established a “Master Account” -under his control. From which financial contributions could be made for the interests of Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim. This Master Account is to derive revenues from the holding of shares and buildings. At one point Tong Kooi Ong confided in me that the Master Account was worth RM200 million based on the values of shares and building assigned to it.

6. I believe there are at least 20 other “Master Accounts” established for Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim by his various cronies. I believe that the total funds in these 20 Master Accounts run into more that RM3 billion. DSAI’s modus operandi is to divide and rule and the operator of each Master Account is not aware of the existence of the other Master Accounts. I believe the Government is aware of who these cronies are.

7. As far as I know and through my own involvement, more than RM120 Million has been paid to Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim, his cronies and the organisations he used to advance his own political ambitions. For example it is within my personal knowledge that on the instructions of Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim funds from the Master Account was paid to himself and the following persons and organisations known to be affiliated or connected to him between 1992 to 1997:-

(1) to himself (DSAI) – RM50 million
(2) Dato Abdullah Ahmad (UN) – RM 5 Million
(3) Dato Nasaruddin Jalil – RM10 Million
(4) Asia Pacific Policy Centre (APPC) – RM 38 million & Douglas H. Paal – (USD 10.0 Million)
(5) Institut Kajian Dasar – (IKD)RM5 Million
(6) Aliran & Dr. Chandra Muzaffar – RM5 Million
(7) ABIM – RM 5 Million – International Institute of Islamic Thoughts (IIIT) – RM 2 Million
(8) A UK-based Islamic Foundation – RM 1 Million
TOTAL RM 121 Million

8. I am also informed that Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim instructed Tong Kooi Ong to take into his employ Puan Shamsidar and one Encik Rahman, which he did. Puan Shamsidar is the wife of Encik Azmin Ali, the Private Secretary to Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim. It is widely known that Puan Shamsidar is generously remunerated and is provided with a car and driver and most of the time she did not need to go to work.

9. I must make a special mention of the American based Organisation called Asia Pacific Policy Centre (APPC) headed by Douglas H. Paal, the former Senior Director from Asian Affairs (1989 to 1993) of the National Security Council (NSC) of the United States of America. Douglas H. Paal left the National Security Council to start APPC in 1993 funded mainly by contributions from Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim. I was responsible for arranging USD IO Million in contributions to APPC and Douglas. H. Paal on Datuk Seri Anwar’s instructions. I believe that other cronies of Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim also made substantial contributions to APPC and Douglas H. Paal. Although I cannot ascertain the exact quantum of their contributions, I am convinced that they ran into millions of US Dollars. APPC and Douglas H. Paal are one of the main vehicles used by Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim to promote his image in the Western countries, mainly in Washington, USA and the United Kingdom and other European nations. APPC also lobbied strongly for Datuk Seri Anwar lbrahim with the international media organisations.

10. APPC organised “The Pacific Dialogue” conferences under the patronage of Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim. The First Pacific Dialogue was held in Penang sometime in November 1994. The Second Pacific Dialogue was held in January 1996, the Third Pacific Dialogue in November 1996 and the Fourth Pacific Dialogue in January 1998. There was supposed to be a Fifth Pacific Dialogue to be held in December 1998 but it was cancelled because the Patron was no longer the Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister of Malaysia. All the Pacific Dialogue conferences were held in Malaysia because Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim was the major source of funding for APPC.

11. In what I strongly believe as tantamount to a betrayal of public trust, Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim also insisted that APPC should manage BNM’s reserves of RM50 Billion and the EPF fund in return for the services provided to him by APFC. Alternatively a hefty fee of USD 3 Million was to be paid annually to APPC for the cost of running the Centre in Washington. Fortunately this instruction of Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim for APPC to manage the above funds was never put into effect. What I have stated above goes to prove without doubt that Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim was indeed an unscrupulous leader who was prepared to sacrifice the country’s coffers for the benefit of its political ambition with the help of foreign element. The current developments that are taking place in the country which threatened the public peace and well being of the Rakyat to further Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim’s political ambition are ample proof to support this assertion.

12. I was also directed by Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim, then already appointed as the Finance Minister, to assist the following persons to clear their debts as described below:-

(a) Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim instructed me to help settle the debt of Tan Sri Abdullah Ahmad (now the permanent representative to the United Nations) with Bank Bumiputra of more than 10 Million. I helped to negotiate the settlement amount of RM7 Million. An amount, of RM5 Million was taken from the Master Account to help pay the debt. The balance of RM2 Million came from Tan Sri Ahmad Abdullah from the sale of his land.

(b) Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim instructed me to help settle Puan Marina Yusof’s debt with local banks amounting to more than RM20 Million. I presented her application to the Tabung Pemulihan Usahawan (TPU) for assistance to develop her land along Jalan Tun Razak, on which is now the completed Complex Marinara. The TPU panel approved her application. Puan Marina Yusof is extremely grateful to Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim.

(c) Penang based Mercury Securities owed MUI Bank more than RM I0 million secured by a 3rd party land charge. The majority shareholder is Chew Seng Guan and one Encik Ahmad Kamal whom Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim groomed to be up-and-coming Bumiputera businessman and politician. I subsequently helped to arrange for the sale of the land to Matang Emas Sdn. Bhd. a company owned by Encik Taib Hamid, the sale of which incidentally also sorted out some of Encik Taib Hamid’s personal problems. The same piece of land was later sold to TPPT Sdn Bhd by Encik Taib for a low cost housing project which is now known as Taman Tun Perak.

(d) Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim instructed me to help Dato’ Nazri Abdullah’s Group to take over NST Group from Renong. I sought the assistance of Hong Leong Group to structure the deal. I spoke to Seow Lun Hoo and Quek Leng Chan of Hong Leong. They proposed that Dato’ Nazri’s Group use MRCB as vehicle to take over the shares of NST. I then spoke to Maybank to arrange a loan for Dato’ Nazri to buy into MRCB and another loan for MRCB to buy into NST.

(e) I was directed by Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim to help Encik Faiz Abdullah (Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim’s ghost writer), together with Seow Lun Hoo of Hong Leong to buy into Kewangan Usaha Bersatu Berhad (KUBB), then owned by ldris Hydraulic Berhad. The scheme involved using Arus Murni Berhad formerly known as Timuran Berhad, a company listed on the Main Board of the KLSE as the holding company. I approached the following banks to help syndicate the loan for the purchase of KUBB shares costing above RM400 million:

i. Hong Leong Bank ii. Hong Leong Finance iii. Sime Bank iv. RHB Bank v. Southern Bank vi. BSN Commercial Bank.
Faiz Abdullah is a verv clever ghost writer and political operator for Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim. He is also a lawyer, ex-journalist and ex-Special Branch police officer.

13. My involvement with Tong Kooi Ong and “Master Account” in furtherance of Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim’s instructions landed me in trouble with the law. On 16th September 1999 1 was charged with failing to disclose truthfully information on Ben Harta Sdn Bhd shares and 51 of its properties allegedly held for my benefit totalling RM23.9 million.

14. I must state that I never knew the two gentlemen purportedly to be the shareholders of Ben Harta Sdn Bhd i.e Gan Hong Sin @ Lan Hong Sing and Gan Sor Ting. Tong Kooi Ong did indicate to me that this company holds properties and shares as part of the scheme to raise funds for Datuk Seri Anwar. I have never been shown or seen the books of the Master Account handled by Tong Kooi Ong. I am not aware of any shares held by Ben Harta on my behalf, nor the locations of the 51 properties allegedly also held on my behalf, except one (1) apartment and one (1) bungalow which I was entrusted to maintain for purpose of investment and to be later sold for the Master Account.

15. I stronglv believe that wrong information has been given to the authorities implicating me with Ben Harta Sdn Bhd. I point my finger at Tong Kooi Ong and the two shareholders of Ben Harta. They have implicated me to save their own skin.

16. Apart from the properties held under Ben Harta Sdn Bhd. I also know that a few properties have been bought for investment and the Master Account and for Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim’s future personal use. These properties located around Kuala Lumpur are valued at about RM15 million.

17. As regards the damaging policies adopted by BNM following the economic recession in July 1997, I must categorically, state that I was opposed strongly to these policies. I opposed the “Legal Lending Limit”, the reduction of NPLs (non-performing loans) from 6 months to 3 months, the “Credit Crunch” introduced in October 1997 and the Higher Rate of Interest. These were all policies endorsed and adopted by Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim. A few concerned BNM officers/ executives and I tried to halt these policies from being implemented. Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim even censured me for speaking out against these policies. He accused me of being “too close to the market”. I now realise that these harsh measures -were Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim’s political plan to crush the economy and bring Malaysia to its knees in order to invite in the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to enable Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim to force Dr Mahathir to resign and take over the Prime Minister’s position.

18. Following my arrest and my subsequent resgination as Executive Director of RHB Bank Berhad I have thought over my involvement with Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim and have come to realise that what I have done, though as I said earlier was forced upon me as one of the Executives in BNM, is indeed very regrettable. I now realise that I have been exploited and made use of by Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim to hold assets for his political and personal use and benefit. These assets including those held under Ben Harta, do not belong to me. As such, it is up to the government to take the necessary legal action in respect of their disposal, including forfeiture if permissible.

19. I now call upon all peace loving and loyal citizens of Malaysia to reject all the political manoeuvres by Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim and his supporters and instead support all the economic and fiscal efforts to bring back the economic well being of the country. I am ever ready and willing to go public to denounce the improprieties and machinations of Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim in furtherance of his political ambitions that are indeed detrimental to national peace, security and political stability.

20. In conclusion, I state in unequivocal terms that this Press Conference/Release made by way of Statutory Declaration was made by me voluntarily, without any inducement, threat or promise or coercion from any quarter, nor in return for any favours or special treatment in connection with the charge that I am now facing AND I make this solemn declaration conscientiously, believing the same to be true and by virtue of the Statutory Declaration Act, 1960.

Signed by the above named

DATO’ ABDUL MURAD BIN KHALID
at Kuala Lumpur, the day of 26 Oct 1999.

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It is clear that Anwar Ibrahim’s ‘War Chest’ is still available and being safely kept for the opportunity to be utilised, like the agenda to topple the BN led government.

Even though Anwar Ibrahim is in jail, the movement to demonise Prime Minister Dato’ Sri Mohd. Najib Tun Razak is very consistent and escalating using the 1MDB financial woes. This include WSJ providing him the platform for the voice to do more lies from behind bra.

This is one of the opportunity, to rile up some of the rakyat to distrust the entire administrative and government system, attack the corporate governance and banking and capital markets regulatory system. Eventually instigate the rakyat further to rise and launch street demonstrations, which eventually turn into a ‘Malaysian Spring’ revolution.

Just like in Tunisia, Egypt and Libya.

Nevermind the fact that Justo admitted to the crime of theft of illegally downloaded e mails of his former employer and was peddling stolen goods. Then Tong offered Justo the USD2 million bribe for access to the stolen goods and eventually cheated the Swiss guy.

Then The Edge was in possession of the stolen goods and used them in their story.

The entire acts and process are criminal in nature. Theft is a crime. Offering a bribe is a crime. Cheating is a crime. Possession  of stolen goods is a crime.

Published in: on July 26, 2015 at 12:00  Comments (5)  

Placing marginal politics above nation

Opposition Leaders shamelessly tried to score with sordid political puns measured in a fraction of an inch with British Prime Minister David Cameron’s working visit to Malaysia next week.

Pro-Anwarista news portal story:

Opposition leaders warn British PM ahead of meeting with Najib

Published: 25 July 2015 9:50 AM
Opposition leaders have criticised the timing of British Prime Minister David Cameron’s visit to Malaysia next week, saying it could send a signal that Downing Street was indifferent to allegations surrounding Datuk Seri Najib Razak in the 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) scandal.
Britain’s Financial Times (FT) quoted PKR vice-president Nurul Izzah Anwar as saying that Cameron’s visit could show the UK government was not concerned about “the current scandal-ridden ground on which Najib treads”, while DAP’s Tony Pua warned that any support to Najib would taint Britain’s image “as a country which supports democratic principles and good governance”.

But a British official appeared to defend the visit, saying Cameron believed in engaging with all leaders.

“He has said that the way to talk about issues is to have an engaging relationship and try and work with countries.
“Malaysia is a longstanding partner of the UK and the relationship is important for our prosperity and security,” FT quoted a source in Downing Street as saying.

The Najib government is currently battling allegations of mismanagement and corruption surrounding his brainchild, 1MDB, which has raked up debts up to RM42 billion.

The saga took a twist after The Wall Street Journal’s expose last month that billions of ringgit from the state-owned fund had allegedly ended in Najib’s personal bank accounts, an allegation the Malaysian prime minister has denied.

Cameron and Najib had met at the height of the Bersih protests for electoral reforms in Kuala Lumpur in 2011, sparking criticism from Malaysians in the UK.

Cameron is in a series of high-profile meetings with Asian leaders to promote British trade outside Europe, which includes meeting Chinese president Xi Jinping and Indian prime minister Narendra Modi later this year.

“We need to go to the ends of the earth to sell our wares,” he wrote recently in Britain’s Daily Mail.

According to FT, Britain has been keen to sell its Eurofighter Typhoon military jets to Malaysia, and ministers were disappointed to see the aircraft lose out to rivals in the United Arab Emirates, Singapore and India. – July 25, 2015.

– See more at: http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/malaysia/article/opposition-leaders-warn-british-pm-ahead-of-meeting-with-najib#sthash.iobrkzam.dpuf

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These working visits are important for both countries, especially Malaysia and Britain went a very long way in political, cultural, educational, judicial, legislative, military, administrative and most of all, trade.

Prime Minister Cameron is representing the various interests of British corporations tapping into the growth of the Malaysia economy, which include military assets acquisition. The last major military assets acquired from Britain were the two Lekiu Class F2000 frigates which were built by BAe Systems at Yarrow Docks, near Glasgow and delivered 15 years ago.

There are many common interests between Malaysia and Britain at this juncture and how closer diplomatic, working and commercial relationship of both nation could be mutually very important of moving ahead in the midst of global challenges.

Economic slow down, global terrorism threat, Islamnophobia and regional geo-politics could be some of the agenda which should be on the table between the two prime ministers.

The downing of MH17 and Malaysia’s role as ASEAN Chairman and a non permanent member in UN Security Council could be an item as the currency for mutually better co-operation for both countries.

Prime Minister Najib should ask Prime Minister Cameron to foster greater role and potency of the Five-Power-Defense-Agreement. It then could be escalated it into a FPDA Plus or even a Far East Commonwealth Maritime Force which could be introduced in this region for starters.

One of the main outcome of this is the policing of international waters for safe passage of international maritime route and regional and global terrorism and piracy.

A detailed map of China's claims into ASEAN nations' EEZ

A detailed map of China’s claims into ASEAN nations’ EEZ

Three Commonwealth nations in the region could be drawn into a very sticky conundrum in the wake and growing China’s PLA Navy military manoeuvres and expansionary tendencies with regards to China’s interest in the fictitious ‘Nne-Dash-Line’ of the multiple claims on South

Opposition MPs such as Pua and Nurul Izzah are arguing against Cameron’s visit to Malaysia next week for the wrong basis. Britain should be concerned about “Tainting the Britain’s image ‘as a country which supports democratic principles and good governance’ ” if Prime Minister Cameron in any way supports the Malaysian Oppositions’ sordid politics and propensity to lie.

Yesterday, Home Ministry suspended The Edge Media Group (TEMG) weekly and daily publications because of they were willing to use deception and cheated to obtain stolen e mail for stories. Then they used these unlawfully obtained information and use them.

At the same time, this pro-Anwar Ibrahim media group echo and perpetuate the carefully concoction of half truths, manipulated and distorted stories and lies.

The Edge Financial Daily page

The Edge Financial Daily page

These echoing and perpetuating the endless publications of concoction of half truths, manipulated and distorted stories and lies would also lead in the public distrust into the government, corporate governance, capital and debt markets control and supervision etc.

Aggregated, it is a sleek and cunning effort of an economic sabotage. That tantamounts to a threat to national security.

All are not for the principles of democracy but extending a political agenda. 

The owner of TEMG Tong Kooi Ong yesterday personally admitted through his own newspaper that they have bastardised journalism ethics and principles with attempt of bribery and eventually deception as avenues to get stories. Not to mention that cheating and possession of stolen goods are acts of crime.

If the process of getting stories are tainted, then the stories churned out would be further skewed or even laced with more lies.

This is no mystery because Tong was implicated as a staunch Anwar Ibrahim close aide and major financial aggregator when former Assistant Governor of Bank Negara Malaysia Dato’ Murad Khalid issued a statutory declaration about Tong’s involvement and role.

STATUTORY DECLARATION DATO ABDUL MURAD KHALID

I, Dato’ Abdul Murad Bin Khalid (NRIC No. 531215-08-5957), a Malaysian citizen of full age and care of No. 104, Jalan Setiabakti 9, Bukit Damansara, 50490 Kuala Lumpur, do hereby solemnly and sincerely declare as follows:-

1. On 16th September 1999 I was charged with failing to disclose truthfully information on Ben Harta Sdn Bhd (BHSB) shares and 51 of its properties allegedly held for my benefit pursuant to section 87(2)(c) Banking and Financial Institutions Act 1989 (BAFIA).

2. In order to do justice for my own sake, I must make a public declaration on certain matters connected with the various positions I held in Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM) so as to show to the public at large the nature and stresses/ strains that were attendant to these positions. This public statement is also intended to provide the public with the proper perspectives of the machinations of the former Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim (“DSAI”) who was also the Finance Minister and hence the Minister directly in command of BNM.

3. As one of the top executives in BNM, I invariably came into contact with Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim who took a liking for me – and subsequently entrusted me to carry out some of his instructions, what has come to be believed by me now to further his political ambitions. In furtherance of his political scheme, Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim instructed me to implement certain corporate exercises in favour of his friends and cronies. The debts of his cronies were cleared/ settled using the profits from deals using the influence of BNM.

4. Amongst the most significant corporate exercises is the takeover of Sikap-Power, the concession holder of the Independent Power Project (IPP) at Lumut, Perak. The concession was sold to MRCB on the instruction of Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim and MRCB later injected the ‘concession’ into Malakof Berhad, which is the subsidiary of MRCB. I believe that a profit of about RM50 million from this deal went to one of DSAI’s political funds.

5. A male Chinese named Tong Kooi Ong, is also involved significantly in raising, financial assistance for Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim. Tong Kooi Ong is the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Phileo Allied Berhad, which is listed on the Main Board of the KLSE. Phileo Allied Bank is also under the control of Tong Kooi Ong. Tong Kooi Ong came into contact with Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim on mv introduction and they subsequently became very close. Tong Kooi Ong subsequently disclosed to me that in return -for the favours granted to him by Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim, he had established a “Master Account” -under his control. From which financial contributions could be made for the interests of Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim. This Master Account is to derive revenues from the holding of shares and buildings. At one point Tong Kooi Ong confided in me that the Master Account was worth RM200 million based on the values of shares and building assigned to it.

6. I believe there are at least 20 other “Master Accounts” established for Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim by his various cronies. I believe that the total funds in these 20 Master Accounts run into more that RM3 billion. DSAI’s modus operandi is to divide and rule and the operator of each Master Account is not aware of the existence of the other Master Accounts. I believe the Government is aware of who these cronies are.

7. As far as I know and through my own involvement, more than RM120 Million has been paid to Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim, his cronies and the organisations he used to advance his own political ambitions. For example it is within my personal knowledge that on the instructions of Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim funds from the Master Account was paid to himself and the following persons and organisations known to be affiliated or connected to him between 1992 to 1997:-

(1) to himself (DSAI) – RM50 million
(2) Dato Abdullah Ahmad (UN) – RM 5 Million
(3) Dato Nasaruddin Jalil – RM10 Million
(4) Asia Pacific Policy Centre (APPC) – RM 38 million & Douglas H. Paal – (USD 10.0 Million)
(5) Institut Kajian Dasar – (IKD)RM5 Million
(6) Aliran & Dr. Chandra Muzaffar – RM5 Million
(7) ABIM – RM 5 Million – International Institute of Islamic Thoughts (IIIT) – RM 2 Million
(8) A UK-based Islamic Foundation – RM 1 Million
TOTAL RM 121 Million

8. I am also informed that Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim instructed Tong Kooi Ong to take into his employ Puan Shamsidar and one Encik Rahman, which he did. Puan Shamsidar is the wife of Encik Azmin Ali, the Private Secretary to Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim. It is widely known that Puan Shamsidar is generously remunerated and is provided with a car and driver and most of the time she did not need to go to work.

9. I must make a special mention of the American based Organisation called Asia Pacific Policy Centre (APPC) headed by Douglas H. Paal, the former Senior Director from Asian Affairs (1989 to 1993) of the National Security Council (NSC) of the United States of America. Douglas H. Paal left the National Security Council to start APPC in 1993 funded mainly by contributions from Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim. I was responsible for arranging USD IO Million in contributions to APPC and Douglas. H. Paal on Datuk Seri Anwar’s instructions. I believe that other cronies of Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim also made substantial contributions to APPC and Douglas H. Paal. Although I cannot ascertain the exact quantum of their contributions, I am convinced that they ran into millions of US Dollars. APPC and Douglas H. Paal are one of the main vehicles used by Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim to promote his image in the Western countries, mainly in Washington, USA and the United Kingdom and other European nations. APPC also lobbied strongly for Datuk Seri Anwar lbrahim with the international media organisations.

10. APPC organised “The Pacific Dialogue” conferences under the patronage of Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim. The First Pacific Dialogue was held in Penang sometime in November 1994. The Second Pacific Dialogue was held in January 1996, the Third Pacific Dialogue in November 1996 and the Fourth Pacific Dialogue in January 1998. There was supposed to be a Fifth Pacific Dialogue to be held in December 1998 but it was cancelled because the Patron was no longer the Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister of Malaysia. All the Pacific Dialogue conferences were held in Malaysia because Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim was the major source of funding for APPC.

11. In what I strongly believe as tantamount to a betrayal of public trust, Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim also insisted that APPC should manage BNM’s reserves of RM50 Billion and the EPF fund in return for the services provided to him by APFC. Alternatively a hefty fee of USD 3 Million was to be paid annually to APPC for the cost of running the Centre in Washington. Fortunately this instruction of Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim for APPC to manage the above funds was never put into effect. What I have stated above goes to prove without doubt that Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim was indeed an unscrupulous leader who was prepared to sacrifice the country’s coffers for the benefit of its political ambition with the help of foreign element. The current developments that are taking place in the country which threatened the public peace and well being of the Rakyat to further Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim’s political ambition are ample proof to support this assertion.

12. I was also directed by Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim, then already appointed as the Finance Minister, to assist the following persons to clear their debts as described below:-

(a) Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim instructed me to help settle the debt of Tan Sri Abdullah Ahmad (now the permanent representative to the United Nations) with Bank Bumiputra of more than 10 Million. I helped to negotiate the settlement amount of RM7 Million. An amount, of RM5 Million was taken from the Master Account to help pay the debt. The balance of RM2 Million came from Tan Sri Ahmad Abdullah from the sale of his land.

(b) Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim instructed me to help settle Puan Marina Yusof’s debt with local banks amounting to more than RM20 Million. I presented her application to the Tabung Pemulihan Usahawan (TPU) for assistance to develop her land along Jalan Tun Razak, on which is now the completed Complex Marinara. The TPU panel approved her application. Puan Marina Yusof is extremely grateful to Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim.

(c) Penang based Mercury Securities owed MUI Bank more than RM I0 million secured by a 3rd party land charge. The majority shareholder is Chew Seng Guan and one Encik Ahmad Kamal whom Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim groomed to be up-and-coming Bumiputera businessman and politician. I subsequently helped to arrange for the sale of the land to Matang Emas Sdn. Bhd. a company owned by Encik Taib Hamid, the sale of which incidentally also sorted out some of Encik Taib Hamid’s personal problems. The same piece of land was later sold to TPPT Sdn Bhd by Encik Taib for a low cost housing project which is now known as Taman Tun Perak.

(d) Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim instructed me to help Dato’ Nazri Abdullah’s Group to take over NST Group from Renong. I sought the assistance of Hong Leong Group to structure the deal. I spoke to Seow Lun Hoo and Quek Leng Chan of Hong Leong. They proposed that Dato’ Nazri’s Group use MRCB as vehicle to take over the shares of NST. I then spoke to Maybank to arrange a loan for Dato’ Nazri to buy into MRCB and another loan for MRCB to buy into NST.

(e) I was directed by Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim to help Encik Faiz Abdullah (Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim’s ghost writer), together with Seow Lun Hoo of Hong Leong to buy into Kewangan Usaha Bersatu Berhad (KUBB), then owned by ldris Hydraulic Berhad. The scheme involved using Arus Murni Berhad formerly known as Timuran Berhad, a company listed on the Main Board of the KLSE as the holding company. I approached the following banks to help syndicate the loan for the purchase of KUBB shares costing above RM400 million:

i. Hong Leong Bank ii. Hong Leong Finance iii. Sime Bank iv. RHB Bank v. Southern Bank vi. BSN Commercial Bank.
Faiz Abdullah is a verv clever ghost writer and political operator for Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim. He is also a lawyer, ex-journalist and ex-Special Branch police officer.

13. My involvement with Tong Kooi Ong and “Master Account” in furtherance of Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim’s instructions landed me in trouble with the law. On 16th September 1999 1 was charged with failing to disclose truthfully information on Ben Harta Sdn Bhd shares and 51 of its properties allegedly held for my benefit totalling RM23.9 million.

14. I must state that I never knew the two gentlemen purportedly to be the shareholders of Ben Harta Sdn Bhd i.e Gan Hong Sin @ Lan Hong Sing and Gan Sor Ting. Tong Kooi Ong did indicate to me that this company holds properties and shares as part of the scheme to raise funds for Datuk Seri Anwar. I have never been shown or seen the books of the Master Account handled by Tong Kooi Ong. I am not aware of any shares held by Ben Harta on my behalf, nor the locations of the 51 properties allegedly also held on my behalf, except one (1) apartment and one (1) bungalow which I was entrusted to maintain for purpose of investment and to be later sold for the Master Account.

15. I stronglv believe that wrong information has been given to the authorities implicating me with Ben Harta Sdn Bhd. I point my finger at Tong Kooi Ong and the two shareholders of Ben Harta. They have implicated me to save their own skin.

16. Apart from the properties held under Ben Harta Sdn Bhd. I also know that a few properties have been bought for investment and the Master Account and for Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim’s future personal use. These properties located around Kuala Lumpur are valued at about RM15 million.

17. As regards the damaging policies adopted by BNM following the economic recession in July 1997, I must categorically, state that I was opposed strongly to these policies. I opposed the “Legal Lending Limit”, the reduction of NPLs (non-performing loans) from 6 months to 3 months, the “Credit Crunch” introduced in October 1997 and the Higher Rate of Interest. These were all policies endorsed and adopted by Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim. A few concerned BNM officers/ executives and I tried to halt these policies from being implemented. Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim even censured me for speaking out against these policies. He accused me of being “too close to the market”. I now realise that these harsh measures -were Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim’s political plan to crush the economy and bring Malaysia to its knees in order to invite in the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to enable Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim to force Dr Mahathir to resign and take over the Prime Minister’s position.

18. Following my arrest and my subsequent resgination as Executive Director of RHB Bank Berhad I have thought over my involvement with Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim and have come to realise that what I have done, though as I said earlier was forced upon me as one of the Executives in BNM, is indeed very regrettable. I now realise that I have been exploited and made use of by Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim to hold assets for his political and personal use and benefit. These assets including those held under Ben Harta, do not belong to me. As such, it is up to the government to take the necessary legal action in respect of their disposal, including forfeiture if permissible.

19. I now call upon all peace loving and loyal citizens of Malaysia to reject all the political manoeuvres by Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim and his supporters and instead support all the economic and fiscal efforts to bring back the economic well being of the country. I am ever ready and willing to go public to denounce the improprieties and machinations of Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim in furtherance of his political ambitions that are indeed detrimental to national peace, security and political stability.

20. In conclusion, I state in unequivocal terms that this Press Conference/Release made by way of Statutory Declaration was made by me voluntarily, without any inducement, threat or promise or coercion from any quarter, nor in return for any favours or special treatment in connection with the charge that I am now facing AND I make this solemn declaration conscientiously, believing the same to be true and by virtue of the Statutory Declaration Act, 1960.

Signed by the above named

DATO’ ABDUL MURAD BIN KHALID
at Kuala Lumpur, the day of 26 Oct 1999.

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Pua and Nurul Izzah have time and again been proven to lie for their sordid politics, which include rubbishing and demonising agencies of the Malaysian Government in the name of their sordid politics of hatred.

Nurul lied about the Perdana Class submarines inability to dive to an Indonesian press. She lied and demonised BN candidate for Lembah Pantai Raja Nong Chik Raja Zainal Abidin during the 13GE campaign.

She even rubbished the judges in the augur chambers of Dewan Rakyat session.

Recently, Pua demonstrated his ability to bastardise his position and role of unbecoming a member of the Parliamentary Public Accounts Committee by gunning down 1MDB when the process of investigation had yet to be completed.

Prime Minister Cameron would not tolerate such blatant disrespectful act of political display.

It is very low for Opposition MPs to capitalise on the slightest opportunity to echo and perpetuate their sordid bankrupt politics which is laced with fabrication and lies, at the expense of the nation’s interests.

 

Published in: on July 25, 2015 at 11:30  Comments (16)  

Primero of pestilentially pernicious

Chinese Chauvinist Emperorissimo of Middle Malaysia Lim Kit Siang attempted to vilify the authorities with venomous reaction to take the opportunity of first-strike-advantage after DAP Director of Propaganda Tony Pua admitted to have met habitual lying blogger-journo Clare Rewcatle-Brown many times.

Pro-Anwarista story:

Najib turning patriots into criminals, says DAP after probe initiated on 1MDB critics

Published: 22 July 2015 8:02 PM
Putrajaya is “turning patriots into criminals” as it guns for opposition politicians and The Edge Media group owner Tong Kooi Ong for their critical exposes of debt-ridden state fund 1Malaysia Development Bhd (1MDB), DAP said.
DAP parliamentary leader Lim Kit Siang said it was “mad” to think that exposes on scandals and wrongdoing involving govenrment-linked entities or national leaders could be treated as an offence.

“Now, it would appear that madness has become a normality in certain circles in government,” the Gelang Patah MP said in a statement today.

“I want to ask Datuk Seri Najib Razak: Mr. Prime Minister, what are you turning Malaysia into? Why do you want turn patriots into criminals?.”
Lim was reacting to news that police are investigating opposition lawmakers Tony Pua (DAP-Petaling Jaya Utara) and Rafizi Ramli (PKR-Pandan), as well as Tong under Section 124 of the Penal Code.

Malaysiakini reported that the trio are being probed for allegedly committing activities detrimental to parliamentary democracy.

A police source told the news portal said that the investigation is linked with allegations that 1MDB documents were tampered with and fabricated as part of a plot to oust Najib.

Lim said today that Section 124 of the Penal Code on penalties for committing activities detrimental to parliamentary democracy could see Pua, Rafizi and Tong jailed for up to 20 years.

Pua was barred from leaving the country today when trying to board a flight to Indonesia, while Rafizi checked his travel status on the Immigration Department website and now suspects that he has been barred from traveling, too.

Tong is meanwhile reported to face a similar ban, according to Malaysiakini.

Pua and Rafizi were also named by former Sarawak Tribune editor Lester Melanyi in a video confession, in which he claimed the opposition lawmakers had worked hand in hand with Sarawak Report to tamper with and forge 1MDB documents.

The opposition duo have denied the claim and are planning legal action against Melanyi.

Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar said earlier today that police have recorded Melanyi’s statement and may arrest those named in the video soon.

Whistleblower site Sarawak Report and The Edge have published many reports and exposes on 1MDB. The alleged wrongdoing, also taken up by former prime minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad, has called for Najib to step down.

Najib is finance minister and chairman of 1MDB’s advisory board.

Sarawak Report and The Edge are accused of obtaining tampered data and using it in their exposes.

A Swiss national, Xavier Andre Justo who was a former PetroSaudi International director, is accused of stealing information about 1MDB for blackmail. He is also accused of tampering with the data.

Justo is alleged to have met with a DAP lawmaker, the owner of a Malaysian media group and others, to pass on the information to them. – July 22, 2015.

– See more at: http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/malaysia/article/najib-turning-patriots-into-criminals-says-dap-after-probe-initiated-on-1md#sthash.rHYHlNDW.dpuf

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The Petaling Jaya MP and PKR Director of Strategy Rafizi Ramli were barred to leave the country, believed to be after their names surfaced upon the investigation of Thai Police on former Petro Saudi executive Xavier Justo was arrested for extortion his former employee.

1MDB critics Tony Pua and Rafizi barred from leaving country

BY EILEEN NG

Published: 22 July 2015 3:31 PM

Tony Pua of DAP was not allowed to leave the country today after he was stopped by immigration authorities at low-cost carrier terminal klia2 today. – The Malaysian Insider file pic, July 22, 2015.
Tony Pua of DAP was not allowed to leave the country today after he was stopped by immigration authorities at low-cost carrier terminal klia2 today. – The Malaysian Insider file pic, July 22, 2015.
DAP’s Tony Pua and PKR’s Rafizi Ramli, who have been vociferous in their criticism of 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB), have been barred by immigration authorities from leaving the country.
The Petaling Jaya Utara MP said he was to fly to Yogyakarta, Indonesia, for work purposes when he was stopped by the immigration at low-cost carrier terminal klia2 at 3.15pm.

“They stopped me and told me I can’t go aboard. They said the instructions came ‘from above’. No reasons were given why I was prevented from leaving,” he told The Malaysian Insider when contacted.

Pua is on the way to the DAP headquarters to give a press conference on the matter.
One of 1MDB’s staunchest critics, the DAP national publicity chief had been among those who had consistently highlighted alleged malpractices in the state investment vehicle’s operations and dealings.

He had recently been implicated in two video confessions by former journalist Lester Melanyi, who had alleged that the two-term MP, together with a clutch of opposition politician, had fabricated 90% of documents related to 1MDB with whistleblower site Sarawak Report as part of a campaign to topple Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak.

The DAP national publicity secretary had threatened to sue Melanyi for his accusations, giving him seven days to retract and apologise for his widely publicised video statement.

Najib is also suing Pua who he accused of incessantly attacking him over the Finance ministry owned fund to gain political mileage for the opposition.Rafizi Ramli suspects he too has been blacklisted and not allowed to leave the country. – The Malaysian Insider pic, July 22, 2015.
Rafizi Ramli suspects he too has been blacklisted and not allowed to leave the country. – The Malaysian Insider pic, July 22, 2015.

PKR Rafizi Ramli said he had checked his status on the Immigration website and was shown the following message: “”Sila rujuk kepada pejabat imigresen terdekat”. (Please refer to the nearest immigration office). The same message shown for Pua on the website.

“As such, I suspect I have also been blacklisted and not allowed to leave Malaysia,” he said in a statement today.

“From day one the matter was disseminated, I have stated that the allegations were part of an evil conspiracy to shut our mouths because of our vocal stand over 1MDB for the past few years,” he said in referring to himself, Pua, Sarawak Report and The Edge media group.

Sarawak Report said today it will also take legal action against pro-government newspaper New Straits Times and others for the “malicious” falsehoods they have promoted to destroy its credibility.

Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar earlier today did not rule out the possibility of arresting several individuals named by Melanyi to facilitate investigation.

Finance ministry owned 1MDB has come under the public scrutiny mainly because of the whopping RM42 billion debts that it has racked up in the past five years. The strategic fund has also sacked two auditors, KPMG and Ernst & Young, during the period.

1MDB has not been able to generate enough earnings to service its debts. This raises public concern over some of its debt papers issued with the government’s letter of support – meaning the government is responsible for the fund’s debt repayment should it default.

Consequently, the investment fund is currently stepping up efforts to hive off its assets, namely power generation plants and land, to ease its extremely tight cash flow.

The Edge was previously issued a show-cause letter by the Home Ministry regarding its reporting on 1MDB.

This could possibly be the first time federal lawmakers are barred from leaving the country.

Previously, opposition politicians were prevented from entering Sabah and Sarawak.

This included Pua’s party colleague, DAP’s Seputeh MP Teresa Kok who was on the blacklist of both Bornean states.

Others barred from Sarawak included PKR secretary-general Rafizi Ramli and his party colleagues, Batu MP Chua Tian Chang and former secretary-general Datuk Saifuddin Nasution Ismail. – July 22, 2015.

– See more at: http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/malaysia/article/daps-tony-pua-barred-from-leaving-country#sthash.m2xcOomW.dpuf

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It is no mystery that they have been treated as if they are criminals. What they have systematically been doing should not be viewed as nothing but act of crime.

The fact that they have been echoing and amplifying the manipulation and distortion of facts and lies created by london-based news blog Sarawak Report to the tone of inciting the rakyat to rise against Prime Minister Dato’ Sri Mohd. Najib Tun Razak’s leadership.

That is seditious. They have also been constantly demonising Prime Minister Najib’s government through gunning away strategic investment corporation 1MDB in the tone which could affect the capital and financial markets and regulatory on banking.

That tantamounts to economic sabotage. Saboteurs are never patriots. They are traitors.

The fact is that Lim has yet to prove what ever lies both MPs have been demonising against Prime Minister Najib is the truth.  So far, materials which have been presented and angles, manipulated and distorted fact and lies in articles of the Sarawak Report have proven that the blog lost a lot of credibility.

Infact, the three of should already be investigated for criminal defamation and act of treachery for systematically building up stories for to instigate the rakyat to distrust and eventually revolt against the democratically elected Federal Government.

BN Back Benchers Club President Tan Sri Shahrir Abdul Samad demanded that Pua to admit that he did meet Justo in Singapore.

Admit you met Justo, Barisan lawmaker tells Tony Pua

BY MD IZWAN

Published: 22 July 2015 4:40 PM
Barisan Nasional Backbenchers Club (BNBBC) president Tan Sri Shahrir Samad has challenged DAP lawmaker Tony Pua to admit that he met former PetroSaudi International (PSI) director Xavier Andre Justo to obtain information on debt-ridden state fund 1Malaysia Development Bhd (1MDB).
Shahrir today said Pua was trying to avoid having to make a confession, and said he (Shahrir) himself had openly admitted to meeting 1MDB president and group executive directorArul Kanda Kandasamy.

“I would have owned up if I met Justo, just like how I admitted meeting Arul, people were talking about it, the fact that the BNBBC chairman had met Arul.

“If an MP from the Opposition had met someone who had information about the government and its leader, say so, what is wrong with that,” Shahrir said at the Hari Raya open house in Parliament.
In a spat on Twitter over the weekend, another Barisan Nasional (BN) minister Datuk Abdul Rahman Dahlan had alluded to Pua when he asked DAP’s Lim Kit Siang if he was afraid his “star MP” would be found lying about meeting Justo.

Justo, a Swiss national, is in Thai police custody for allegedly trying to blackmail his former company. Thai police claim he has admitted to attending a meeting in Singapore with members of the Malaysian opposition and others who wanted information about 1MDB.

Pua has been daring BN ministers to name him as the opposition politician who met Justo.

Shahrir said Pua was being childish with his challenge.

“As an MP, if you did not meet, say so, why the need to act like kids,” he added.

Justo, who is under investigation by Thai police for allegedly blackmailing PetroSaudi, said he had met people in Singapore, including Malaysian opposition leaders, to negotiate the handing over of certain documents in his possession.

Pua had also said he will sue former Sarawak journalist Lester Melanyi if the latter does not retract and apologise for allegations made in two “confessional” videos released in the past week.

Melanyi had accused Pua of conspiring with other parties to fabricate and falsify information on 1MDB. – July 22, 2015.

– See more at: http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/malaysia/article/admit-you-met-justo-barisan-lawmaker-tells-tony-pua#sthash.F6ojZXm6.dpuf

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Pua is a member of the Parliamentary Public Accounts Commmittee which has been investigating 1MDB. He has demonstrated gross impartiality and breach of ethics when he actively demonised 1MDB without giving the case the proper opportunity to be investigated vested in the power through the PAC.

The seasoned BN MP also urged Pua to recuse himself from being part of the PAC for his impartiality and breach of political ethics.

Bernama.com story:

Tony Pua urged to recuse himself from PAC’s 1MDB investigations

July 23, 2015, Thursday

KUALA LUMPUR: Petaling Jaya Utara MP Tony Pua has been urged to recuse himself from involvement in the Public Accounts Committee (PAC)’s investigations into 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB).

Barisan Nasional Backbenchers Club chairman Tan Sri Shahrir Abdul Samad said it was to ensure that PAC’s credibility would not be questioned by the people following claims that the DAP MP had met with former PetroSaudi International Ltd (PetroSaudi) executive Xavier Andre Justo in Singapore.

“I had suggested earlier to Tony Pua to exempt himself..I gave hints, I saw that he seemed to know a lot about 1MDB.

“For now, there has been no confirmation that Tony Pua was the opposition leader who had met with Justo,” he told reporters at an Aidilfitri open house organised by the club here yesterday.

Shahrir was asked to comment on Pua’s position in the PAC following claims linking the latter to Justo.

There have been claims of attempts to topple the government by destabilising the country and undermining national security.

It was reported that opposition leaders had met Justo to buy information from him to discredit the Malaysian government.

Shahrir also said if Pua had really met with Justo, he should admit it.

“He has refused to say whether he had met Justo, if he has, just say so,” he said.

Meanwhile, Bintulu MP Datuk Seri Tiong King Sing said the aggressive and vocal manner in which Pua spoke about the 1MDB could affect the transparency of PAC’s earlier investigations.

“As an insider in the PAC, you must be firm, analyse the issue before telling people about it,” Tiong said. — Bernama

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What Shahrir did not explicitly say is that Pua has demonstrated conduct of unbecoming of an esteemed member of the PAC.

This is nothing new about Lim. He has been very active instigating and inciting Malaysians especially the Chinese against the Malay-led administration since the times of the First Prime Minister nearly half a century ago.

Infact, he is one of those noted personalities classified as ‘radical elements’ who caused the racial riots of the 13 May incidence after the third General Election in 1969.

Chinese Chauvinist DAP has time and again demonstrated itself as a racist party and playing the racial protagonist role, by demonising and utterance of poisonous and voracious attacks against the nationalist party UMNO.

Naturally, he would never regard Pua as a ‘criminal’. Lim had always been the Emperorissimo of Racism Politics of Hatred and Divisive. Sedition is unlawful in this country.

Published in: on July 22, 2015 at 23:58  Comments (7)  

Deformis intentiones hubris

The Low Yatt incident over the weekend is a demonstration how ICT democracy is abused and distorted, and within seconds social media was misused to viralise lies and hatred with the intent to instigate.

Highly plausible, the city could be drawn into something really ugly so close to Hari Raya into something very ugly. Now, Police looking for several notable social media personalities for questioning.

The Malay Mail Online:

MALAYSIA

Cops to detain Papagomo, several others for spreading false news on Low Yat fracas

BY YISWAREE PALANSAMY

Monday July 13, 2015
05:22 PM GMT+8
KUALA LUMPUR, July 13 — Blogger Papagomo is in the soup again for his controversial online posts, this time for allegedly spreading unverified information about the bloody brawl last night at popular tech mall Low Yat Plaza.

According to Inspector-General of Police (IGP) Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar, Papagomo, whose real name is Wan Muhammad Azri Wan Deris, will be hauled up along several others identified by the police for spreading malicious talk online.

“These stories are all made up and some social media users have been making it worse by spreading it and speculating further.

“One of them is Papagomo and few others.

“I have ordered that they be hauled up and we will take immediate action,” Khalid told reporters after visit to Low Yat Plaza here.

Khalid did not, however, specify what were the contents shared by Papagomo on the Low Yat fracas that had landed him in trouble.

A riot broke out last night at Low Yat Plaza that left five people injured, including several journalists. Police have since detained 18 people believed involved in the melee.

The riot reportedly started after a 22-year-old man was handed over on Friday to the police for allegedly stealing a phone from a store at the popular tech mall. Disgruntled by the incident, the man then allegedly contacted his friends who later returned to the mobile phone store, assaulted its workers and caused some RM70,000 worth of damages.

Rumours swirled on social media after the alleged theft that the Chinese trader had sold the Malay man a counterfeit phone, leading to calls for boycotts of “cheating” Chinese traders and the complex.

The incident then led to a mob descending on the mall last night.

– See more at: http://www.themalaymailonline.com/malaysia/article/cops-to-detain-papagomo-several-others-for-spreading-false-news-on-low-yat#sthash.OMiXi94u.dpuf

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It is unfair to judge how significant of what social media operators such as Papagomo did to stir up the Low Yat story as it unfolds and escalated with his participation, without proper investigation.

However, the reach of Papagomo’s social media network must have some negative effects.

The reasons are simple. Papagomo used footage of a person being traumatised to create the necessary visual effects which should easily draw emotion and anguish of the followers or audience of his social media account.

Papagomo in casual interesting chat with UMNO VP Hishamuddin Hussein, believed to be at latter's home

Papagomo in casual interesting chat with UMNO VP Hishamuddin Hussein, believed to be at latter’s home

Papagomo is a social media personality which has the privilege of being chummy-chummy with some very high up leaders within UMNO and Government. Infact, his name was even lauded as an example of a social media hero during one of the UMNO General Assemblies.

The fact is that Papagomo whose name is Wan Muhammad Azri Wan Deris was a convicted ex-traffic policemen for extorting bribe from a youth which he caught possessing a needle of illicit narcotics.

What happened in Low Yat was thuggery and Papagomo, who is seen as a social media warrior for UMNO, is a contributor for escalating the ill intent of manipulated racial clashes which was actually started on a simple theft.

Probably UMNO leaders especially at very high level should be very selective with people they consort with, especially in the eyes of public where the advancement of technology and communication allows information to be transmitted in speed of light.

Patronage of very high up UMNO leaders provide former convicts like Papagomo to have a place within the UMNO cyberwarfare operations and fame and reach of followers could bring about adverse and very unproductive effect for the nation.

Published in: on July 14, 2015 at 09:30  Comments (11)  

Relying on lies and fabricated story

PKR MP admitted to foreign journalist in Hong Kong that the Opposition Leaders rely on reports and lies which have been proven to be concoction of lies, fabricated and distorted information of Sarawak Report trying to sustain their relevance as elected representatives in Parliament.

London based online publication Sarawak Report, which is a creature created Global Witness and Open Society Forum are NGOs funded by Neo Con Jews such as George Soros, for an agenda.

It is very dangerous for the country if an Opposition MP openly admit that the elected representatives who are supposed to be the ‘check and balance’ rely on lies, more so fabricated from abroad and translate them into political currency to confuse and stir the controversial storm in Malaysia continuously.

The Opposition in their quest to come to power when they failed at general elections so many times over and their own parties are now facing a trouble from implosion and fragmentation caused by internal fighting, are clearly getting indirect assistance from abroad.

Hence, when an entity with an agenda like Sarawak Report is systematic with the undoing the political, social, economic, cultural and judicial system of this country, the Opposition is an accessory if nor a tool to the agenda.

In short, by admitting to associating themselves to the work of rogue elements from abroad, the Opposition is a threat to the national security.

Wong Chen who is also MP for Kelana Jaya also admitted that the Chinese are racist.

Speaking to Foreign Correspondence Club in Hong Kong, former Wong continues to play the rhetorics of the Opposition. Majority of Malaysians reject Prime Minister Dato’ Sri Mohd. Najib Tun Razak’s leadership and administration because BN did not get popular votes despite obtaining 60% of Parliament.

The first past post system Westminster-styled democracy is such, David Cameron led the Tories to win 330 of the 650 House of Commons seats in the recently concluded May 2015 UK general election despite only obtaining 36% of the popular votes.

Inadvertently, Wong also admitted that the Oppositions’ plan to manage Malaysia is a derivative plan of Prime Minister Najib’s transformation plan and the extension but slightly tweaked New Economic Policy, to ensure the Malays are being brought into a bigger middle income society.

There are lessons to learn from MPs like Wong Chen, especially when they are abroad speaking to journos. They would quietly admit of their position and plans.

Published in: on July 11, 2015 at 14:30  Comments (9)  

Good riddance

There have been a constant bee-line for Malaysians abroad to apply for their citizenship of the Federation of Malaysia be ceased, in order for them to be a citizen of another nation.

Pro-Anwarista news portal TMI story:

Bidding farewell to Malaysia

BY DINA ZAMAN

Published: 30 June 2015 7:00 AM
Things can get busy on weekday mornings at the guardhouse outside the regal building of the Malaysian High Commission in Singapore at Jervois Road, as a string of Malaysians come to renew their passports, announce their permanent resident (PR) status and renounce their Malaysian citizenship.
Between 30 and 50 applications to renounce Malaysian citizenship are received a day in Singapore, dropped off in a special box for documents of this nature, one of the guards on duty told The Malaysian Insider there recently.

Submission of renunciation applications is from 8.15am to 11am from Mondays to Fridays, but those who come to drop their documents off have often been turned away by 9.30am and told to return the next day.

The day’s quota has already been filled, they are told.
It’s a telling sign about the number of people who are keen to give up their identities as Malaysians, although there are no official statistics available on the number of Malaysians who renounce their citizenship in the island republic.

There are more than one million Malaysians said to be residing abroad as expatriates, as PRs and as citizens of their chosen countries.

But official numbers of Malaysians who have renounced their citizenship are hard to come by.

In Singapore, the number of Malaysians becoming citizens had been on an upward trend between 2004 and 2008.

There was a dip in 2009 for a spell and an increase in 2012. That year, 20,693 citizenships were awarded to new residents.

The dip in 2009 was “mirrored in the annual uptake of permanent residency, which more than doubled from 36,900 in 2004 to 79,167 in 2008 but suffered a decrease to 59,460 in 2009.

Population statistics as at December 2011 put the number of people in the republic at 3.81 million, of whom 3.27 are citizens and 0.54 million permanent residents.

“Sharper declines were recorded for both citizenship and permanent residency in 2010, ahead of the May 2011 general election,” according to data available at the Migration Policy Institute.

The country also had a non-resident population of 1.46 million who are working, studying or living in Singapore on a non-permanent basis.

New lives

For two former Malaysians who are now Singaporeans, the choice to surrender the citizenship of their birth country was made for a better life, on their terms.

Friends Daphne Lim and Saranee Joseph (not their real names to protect their children’s interests) became Singaporeans recently.

Lim, a single mother in her 40s, said the idea of renouncing her Malaysian citizenship was not foreign. She had grown up being told that as a Chinese, she was not welcome in the country.

Treading a path familiar to many Chinese Malaysians, Lim furthered her studies in Australia, returned to Malaysia with a degree, married and followed her spouse to Singapore.

They applied for PR status, but after a while, she decided to become a citizen upon seeing the benefits accorded to Singapore citizens. She said her children have benefited from her decision and life for her in Singapore was never dull. The buzz of the city invigorated her and she was glad to be rid of the political negativity in Malaysia.

“It was never an issue for me. I knew that one day, I would no longer be Malaysian,” she said.

Lim admitted she had a great childhood in Malaysia, but the contentment she has now as an adult surpassed the memories. The opportunities and benefits she and her children have “are good. You can’t get them in Malaysia!”

Joseph, meanwhile, became a citizen after her having a child. She had already been working in Singapore as a consultant, and upon becoming a mother, felt she had to think of her child’s future.

If before she harboured thoughts of retiring in Malaysia, the child’s presence has forced her to assess their lives.

Having a Malaysian citizenship in Singapore would only court confusion for her daughter, Joseph said. Since she was born and brought up there, it would just be easier to be a Singaporean, she said.

The experiences of former classmates also had an impact, Joseph said, noting that a few had become bitter at not being able to fulfil their potential in Malaysia.

“The bitterness they displayed was not something I wanted for myself,” she said, adding that she felt lucky to have found work in Singapore and to settle down here.

What Lim and Joseph both remember about their lives in Malaysia was the absence of race and religious tension. It was a carefree time for them, but one which no longer seems to exist.

Lim said Singapore was safe to the point that she allowed her children to take the MRT by themselves at night.

Joseph said “Singapore can be restrictive politically… but the pros outweigh the cons.”

It’s also the way the city and its infrastructure are planned. Singapore is a green oasis, they said, unlike Malaysia which is facing indiscriminate development and deforestation.

Farewell

Back at the Malaysian High Commission’s stately building, would-be Singaporeans come to submit their documents with bittersweet feelings.

The documents required are the forms “K” and “MY-RN1”, and with these forms, other documents such as identity cards, birth certificate, a letter of approval from the Singapore Immigration and Checkpoints Authority (ICA) and Malaysian passport.

The two forms are straightforward – the applicant only needs to state all his particulars, but not the reason for renunciation.

To renounce Malaysian citizenship, the applicant must be 21 years of age and above. He may have been a PR, or may have already decided that he wants to be a Singaporean from the onset.

As one drops in the documents into the box, the soft thud is a reminder of the finality of it all: he is no longer Malaysian. – June 30, 2015.

– See more at: http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/malaysia/article/bidding-farewell-to-malaysia#sthash.dvgdIqt4.dpuf

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Many would feel that it would be good riddance for these bunch of Malaysians who donwannabes no longer remain as a Malaysians. By denouncing their citizenship, they would automatically lose all their rights and privileges.

They probably become their forefathers first as stateless people before they could be admitted as citizens of a new nation.

It is clear that these bunch should no longer be Malaysians because they are more self centred than anything else. This also means that they do not value their own family’s legacy and history how their earlier relations were Malayanised, unconditionally.

This episode about Malaysians wanting to leave is most likely the Non Malays of Semenanjung rather than Sabahans and/or Sarawakians. It is for simple reason that Sabahans and Sarawakians are very proud of their state and land of birth.

The fact is that history has proven that majority of the Non Malays were brought into Semenanjung for economic reasons by the British Colonialists to become coolie in their enterprises such as estates and mines. In the late Victorian era and early Edwardian era, opportunities were exploited to the maximum as industrialisation and trade in the United Kingdom was at its pinnacle.

As they were brought in as labourers and gradually later  some of the Chinese were allowed to set up cottage enterprises to serve the growing requirements of new settlements created by the plantation and mining activity boom, they were still ‘tools’ to the British economic eco-system.

HRH Malay Rulers, UMNO representataives, Menteri Menteri Besar and British High Commissioner at the Federation of  Tanah Melayu Treaty, inked on 21 Jan 1948 at King's House, Kuala Lumpur

HRH Malay Rulers, UMNO representataives, Menteri Menteri Besar and British High Commissioner at the Federation of Tanah Melayu Treaty, inked on 21 Jan 1948 at King’s House, Kuala Lumpur

Despite the administration of then Malaya was under British, these Non Malays are not subjects to HRH Malay Rulers, hence they had very limited rights.

When the wind of political awakening was arisen and fanned post WWII, the Malays and Non Malays equally state their grounds to earn and gain political standing. A milestone was achieved when 29 Malay NGOs formed United Malay National Organisation on 11 May 1946 and managed to convince HRH Malay Rulers to abandoned the Malayan Union which they inked and being announce at Westminster Palace, to formalise the colonialisation of the Federation of Malaya.

Perjanjian Persekutuan Tanah Melayu, 21 January 1948

Perjanjian Persekutuan Tanah Melayu, 21 January 1948

The demise of Malayan Union brought HRH Malay Rulers and the British Administrators to sit down and negotiate as UMNO as the political organisation representing the Malay masses attended as observants. On 21 January 1948 an agreement Federation of Malaya Treaty was achieved and inked.

The Federation of Malaya (Persekutuan Tanah Melayu) was formally incepted.

In the agreement, it was clearly stated that “The subjects of HRH Malay Rulers are the Malays” and Non Malays who want to be recognised as ‘Subjects of HRH Malay Rulers’ must adhere to strict conditions.

Hence, majority of Non Malays are classified as ‘Stateless Persons’. (With the exception of some who are considered British subjects by the virtue of their stature in Strait Settlements).

Excerpts of the Article 12 of the Federation of Malaya Treaty 1 February 1948:

There was a specific mention of Article 12 on citizenship, item

(a) “Any subjects of HRH Malay Rulers who were born on on before the date”,

(b) “Any British subjects who were born in the Strait Settlements on or before that date”,

(c) “Any persons which was born on or before the date in any of the Malay States within the Federation who is practicing the Malay culture and speak the Malay language”.

There was specific provision for the application to be citizens, which clearly state the requirement to be verse in Malay. No provisions for the rights of the Non Malays were mentioned.

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Needless to say, life carried on as business as usual till 16 June 1948 where three British planters were attacked and killed by Malayan Communist Party rebels. Majority of those who were drawn into MCP as terrorists and rebels are of Chinese ethnicity and they subscribe and inspired to the same communism led by Mao Ze Dong of China (then, rebelling against the Kuomintang National Government in mainland China).

The “Butchers of Malaya”

Even in the midst of communist rebellion, political movements still grow and political parties and organisations tend to represent the ethnicity divide. The working relationship started when UMNO (representing the Malays) worked with MCA (representing the Chinese) in an adhoc Kuala Lumpur Town Council election in 1952.

That political success brought towards a closer working ties where MIC representing the Indians were also drawn in. By 1955, the Alliance Party was formed and they agreed on a formula and were ready to face eligible Malayans for the first democratic process in the determination of the Federal Consultative Council.

Alliance Party won 51 out of 52 seats for grabs despite 84% of the eligible voters are Malays since although the population of Malaya between the Malays and Non Malays were almost balanced, most of the Non Malays are classified as ‘Stateless Persons’.

84% of the eligible voters in the 1955 Federal Consultative Council general election are the Malays, who were 'Subjects of HRH Rulers'.

84% of the eligible voters in the 1955 Federal Consultative Council general election are the Malays, who were ‘Subjects of HRH Rulers’.

Despite the issue of a good slightly more than a third of Federation of Malaya inhabitants are still classified as ‘Stateless Persons’, Tunku Abdul Rahman formed his first Cabinet comprises of UMNO, MCA and MIC leaders where a true power-sharing concept is born and practiced.

Never the less, Chief Minister of Federation of Malaya Tunku Abdul Rahman had MCA and MIC leaders to accompany him to negotiation withe Foreign and Commonwealth Office in Whitehall for Kemerdekaan.

Tunku’s wisdom and charisma successfully managed to struck a balance between obtaining HRH Rulers agreement to opt for a Constitutional Monarchy system and admission of the ‘Stateless Persons’ as citizens of the Federation of Malaya, a fundamental component for this nation to be born is what commonly known as the ‘Social Contract’.

Komponen Perjanjian Persekutuan Tanah Melayu; Raja Melayu, UMNO dan Pesuruhjaya British

Komponen Perjanjian Persekutuan Tanah Melayu; Raja Melayu, UMNO dan Pesuruhjaya British

The new Independent nation was born on 31 August 1957 and all citizens are granted equally rights to everything and opportunities. Hence, the economy grew due to the infrastructure and conducive environment provided by the government which is generally driven by the Malays where as the Chinese optimise all entrepreneurial opportunities.

Within the first decade of Kemerdekaan, the Chinese socio-economic stature improved if not flourished as their entrepreneurial sense enabled many to nurture their businesses and enterprises, even at commercial level. Where as, the Malays as the majority remained stagnant as the country grows wealthier.

The extremists and radicals within DAP and Gerakan parading through Kg Baru insulting the Malays, days after the May 1969 3GE

The socio-economic and political landmark changed after a racial-riot sparked on 13 May 1969 due to instigation by extreme elements, left wingers and Chinese chauvinists and the Malays reacted, especially the insult against them compounded by effect to the anguish of being socio-economically sidelined.

A marvellous solution of the New Economic Policy (NEP) was drafted and quickly executed by then Prime Minister Tun Abdul Razak Hussin where the objective is to narrow the socio-economic gap, disassociate any particular ethnic with a specific economic activity and alleviate socio-economic standing of all through programs such as education.

It also meant that the economic cake is widened more to participate and a portion was carved out for the Bumiputra agenda, with the specific intent that they are able to rise and catch up on the entrepreneurial and commercial game of the economy.

The wealthiest Malaysians

Naturally, the Non Malays particularly the Chinese who are the ones most active in the entrepreneurial and commercial game of the game benefitted most. The state of the nation today with the sound commercial sector of four decades between mid 70s till present day is the empirical evidence that despite NEP being implemented, the economy, socio-economic standing and wealth of the nation grew.

At the early of the 90s, the encouraging economic growth and track record provided then Prime Minister Dato’ Sri Dr Mahathir Mohamad to launch the Vision 2020 policy where within 30 years, Malaysia is supposed to reach a developed nation status.

Hence, the entire system was geared towards achieving that goal through various policies. Many programs were introduced where the education system at tertiary level was liberalised and more students are sent abroad. Upskilling training programs were also introduced.

More and more opportunities are opened where students and youth are exposed to the various job opportunities and even entrepreneurial programs.

Many professionals from around the region started to apply for positions in Malaysia, especially in ICT sector. Particularly from India. Now, even Chinese and Filipino technical people are being brought in to fill in the industry requirements for human capital.

In short, Malaysia is a land of plenty.

However, if some Malaysians who benefitted from the transformation this nation has brought upon to their own rakyat through various programs in the past fifty years which has now bore fruit so many times over as living proofs still want to leave for greener postures, so be it.

Malaysian Chinese abroad holing the Jalur Gemilang upside down

They can rationalise and justify what ever angle they prefer but in actual fact, they probably failed to optimise all the opportunities and find their pot of gold, whilst others managed to make hay when the sun was still shining. Many continued to make really barns of hay.

Prime Minister Dato’ Sri Mohd. Najib Tun Razak’s administration is very committed towards the transformation agenda, which itself is a continuum of all the programs that were proven successful by the five prime minister before. He is determined to ensure the sun remains shining and the posture continue to be green for Malaysians to nurture, grow and exploit.

It is good riddance for those who are unable to see the big picture and seize the moment, especially when they had several moments of hot iron to strike within their reach, at the right time.

*Updated 1500hrs

Published in: on June 30, 2015 at 11:00  Comments (33)  
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