Thursday, March 31, 2011

Yes, PM. The truth is there is only 'devil-opment' and no good governance!

Thursday March 31, 2011

PM: People want good governance, not just development

PETALING JAYA: Malaysians not only want economic development but efficient and transparent governance as well, said Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak.

Well, well. Mr. 'Umno-appointed' PM. Even as the DPM, you were linked to the murder of Altantuya. How transparent were you? Were you not 'Najib Razak', the name mentioned by one of the witnesses? ;-)

Saturday June 30, 2007

Picture causes ruckus in court

THERE was a heated exchange among lawyers and prosecutors during the Altantuya Shaariibuu murder trial following a witness’ testimony that she had seen a picture of the deceased and Abdul Razak Baginda with a government official.
In the aftermath, a police report was lodged against one of the defence lawyers while the grudge between a veteran counsel and the lead DPP intensified.
It began when Burmaa Oyunchimeg, a cousin of Altantuya, was being re-examined by DPP Manoj Kurup on a contention made by lawyer Wong Kian Kheong on Thursday.

Daily ritual: Abdul Razak waving to his family members as he is escorted to the courthouse yesterday along with C/Insp Azilah and Kpl Sirul Azhar who have always arrived with jackets covering their faces.
The 26-year-old witness was asked why she disagreed with Wong, the counsel for Abdul Razak Baginda, that she did not have personal knowledge of how Altantuya disappeared. Her answer was that she knew Altantuya came here to see “Razak Baginda.”
“She only knew Razak Baginda in Malaysia. I knew why she wanted to see Razak Baginda because I’ve seen a picture of Altantuya, Razak Baginda and a government official.”
DPP Manoj immediately stopped her from continuing, and repeated his question.
Burmaa said Altantuya’s second cousin Namiraa Gerelmaa and friend Uuriintuya Gal-Ochir had told her about it.
Just before the witness was discharged, lawyer Karpal Singh, who represents the family of the victim and the Mongolian government, asked to pose two questions and clarify the testimony on the “government official.”
The moment “government official” was mentioned, lawyer Hazman Ahmad representing C/Insp Azilah Hadri and lead prosecutor DPP Tun Abd Majid Tun Hamzah stood up almost simultaneously to deny that there was such evidence.
A commotion followed as Hazman and DPP Tun Abd Majid continued to dispute Karpal Singh’s observations while Justice Mohd Zaki checked his notes.
In the midst of it, Burmaa put up her right hand and said loudly: “Yes, I said that.”
“In Hong Kong ... after Altantuya came back from France, she went to Hong Kong to meet me to show me the picture,” she said as the judge replied that he had not noted that part down earlier.
At this point, Hazman and DPP Tun Abd Majid began quarrelling with Karpal Singh over the matter.
After the commotion, Justice Mohd Zaki finally made a ruling that since he had missed the part, Karpal Singh could proceed to ask about the “government official.”
Karpal Singh: You said after Altantuya came back from France, she showed you a picture. Can you tell us what the picture was?
Burmaa: There was a picture ... having a meal. A picture of Altantuya having a meal with Razak Baginda and a Malaysian government official and other people.
Karpal Singh: Who was the government official in the photo?
Justice Mohd Zaki: You should ask her whether she knows him or not.
Burmaa: Najib Razak. I remember the name Najib Razak because the name Razak is the same. I thought maybe they were brothers.
Justice Mohd Zaki: What is the relevance of this to the charge?
Hazman: Political basis.
DPP Tun Abd Majid: Irrelevant.
Karpal Singh: The relevance is in the affidavit of the third accused (Abdul Razak), he had mentioned that the ADC of Najib Razak, the police officer ...
Burmaa: (Putting up her right hand to interrupt) The picture was even shown to her (Altantuya’s) father.
Karpal Singh: It was the ADC that directed and who helped in the three police personnel going to the house of Razak to take Altantuya away.
DPP Tun Abd Majid: DSP Musa Safri is listed as a witness in our list. You can examine him when he is called to testify later.
Hazman: It’s subjudice. The witness (DSP Musa) has not been called yet. This witness (Burmaa) is being coached. If he wants to make allegations, I also can make.
Karpal Singh: There is an allegation of coaching. My Lord, would he withdraw that? This witness has not been coached.
DPP Tun Abd Majid: What is the purpose of watching brief? To safeguard the interest of the victim’s family. You are not here to turn this court into a political forum. This is a court of law... The AG (Attorney-General) has given his assurance that we will produce everything in court leaving no stone unturned.
Wong, suddenly stood up to implore all parties including the press to allow his client Abdul Razak to defend against a capital punishment charge through the process of law.
Justice Mohd Zaki: I’ve been thinking, what is your purpose of watching brief, Mr Karpal?
Karpal Singh: My Lord, it’s to make sure everything comes out in the open.
The judge then told the court what he had recorded so far and that he was not allowing Karpal Singh to ask Burmaa any further questions. He then adjourned the court.
After the break, DPP Tun Abd Majid asked if Burmaa’s testimony about the picture would form part of the evidence.
The judge replied: “It is part of the record. Unless both sides want to pursue further on the replies?”
When Justice Mohd Zaki saw that no one had stood up, he discharged Burmaa from the stand.
Up to this point, the alleged photograph had not been produced in court.
After the proceedings ended at noon, Burmaa lodged a police report against Hazman over his allegation that she had been coached on how to give evidence in the trial.

Subway beats McDonald's to become top restaurant chain -

Subway beats McDonald's to become top restaurant chain

By Julianne Pepitone, staff reporter

NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- Move over, Mickey D's, and bring Ronald McDonald with you -- there's a new fast food king in town.
Subway has surpassed McDonald's to become the world's largest restaurant chain in terms of units, the sandwich company confirmed Monday.

Subway had 33,749 restaurants around the globe at the end of 2010, said company spokesman Les Winograd. McDonald's had 32,737 at year end, according to a February regulatory filing from the burger giant.
"Last year was actually pretty average for us, growth-wise," Winograd said. "We aim to open between 1,000 and 2,000 locations globally each year."
A McDonald's (MCD, Fortune 500) spokeswoman said in a prepared statement that her company "continues to be focused on our business, and serving our customers. Our business continues to be strong and we are growing by being better, not just bigger."
As of Monday, Subway has 34,218 locations globally -- all of which are owned by franchisees.
About half of the company's unit growth is overseas, Winograd said. Subway now has more than 1,000 locations in Asia, and it just opened its first store in Vietnam. Other high-growth nations include Brazil, Mexico, India, China, Russia and France.
"A lot of our growth has been in non-traditional spaces that our competitors might not touch," Winograd said. "We have really unique ones, like on a riverboat in Germany, a church in Buffalo, car dealers, bowling alleys and casinos. We're not just in strip malls."
Fast food as a whole has gotten a boost from the recession -- even in unexpected demographics. Last month, an American Express survey showed quick service restaurants saw a bigger rise in spending by ultra-affluent consumers than any other restaurant type last year.
"It's a feeling of accomplishment, for sure," Winograd said. "But we didn't set out to surpass anyone in particular."

Shuib takes responsibility over sex video. Shuib says the video is the truth!

One of the 'Datuk T' trio, Perkasa treasurer Shuib Lazim, has come out to clear the air over his role in the recent sex video purportedly showing an opposition politician having sex with a prostitute.

Owning up over the video, he dismissed claims that he is merely an 'innocent bystander' over the whole episode and told Malaysiakini, "I really do take full responsibility over this video."

This is in contrast to the claims by Sungai Petani MP from PKR Johari Abdul, also Shuib's nephew and close relative, who reckoned that Shuib is an unwitting accomplice to the debacle over the video, which showed a man resembling opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim engaging in a sex act with a woman claimed to be a prostitute.

parliament briefing 030408 johari abdulJohari (left) had earlier defended his uncle and was reported to have said last Thursday, "I know my uncle and I don't think he'll go that far. I think he's just an innocent bystander... I think he is just a 'matcher' because I am his nephew. Shuib also told me that he does not believe that it was (Anwar) in the video and I think he called me to watch it because he genuinely wanted me to see it and verify this."
However, Shuib said, "I know that (the video) is the truth. I know that this is all real and that is why I joined the Datuk T gang. If it wasn't true, I would not have agreed to it."

Ooo....So who's the liar now? Why is Shuib so convinced that the video is the truth unless he really saw Anwar having sex with a prostitute with his own pair of eyes - perhaps, he did!

A-G no power to ‘indemnify’ anyone but A-G can drop charges: A-G power!

A-G no power to ‘indemnify’ anyone, says Nazri

AG can drop charges, says Rahim

That's the power of A-G for you!

'Umno-appointed' A-G will surely carry out his job without fear or favour but only for the master that he serves!

Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Go learn from PAS, you Pembela. You know not about Islam as PAS does!

How can lawfully defending one's religious rights amount to sedition, asks council leader who also tells the Muslim NGOs to 'go learn from PAS'.

The Malaysian Consultative Council for Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Sikhism and Taoism has criticised a group of Muslim non-governmental organisations, calling itself Pembela, for its act of intimidation by lodging police reports against the council. Its president, Reverend Dr Thomas Philips, said MCCBCHST's action in protesting the desecration of the Bible in the Malay language was in accordance with the law and the constitution.

Referring to a report in the Star today, accusing the council of making seditious remarks on the issue of the Bible in Malay, Thomas said, "How can defending one's religious and constitutional rights through lawful means amount to sedition, as reported by certain media? The action by Pembela to lodge a police report against us is tantamount to intimidation and could be seditious because it appears to be calculated to confuse the people to act against the council. In fact, Pembela should not be involved, as the conditions imposed do not refer to their holy scriptures."

Even my Muslim colleague, a Malay, said those who opposed to Christians using 'Allah' were stupid! He told me a lot of other 'un-Islamic' things that Jais or other Islamic agencies were doing. He also said there was no need for Muslim converts to 'convert' their names as Islam taught its adherents to honor and respect the name of their father or family name - hence, retaining his own original name.

GTP: Why there is no reason for government to blow its trumpet — Chua Jui Meng

March 30, 2011
MARCH 30 — The annual report of the Government Transformation Programme (GTP) has just come out. Predictably it is a feel good and highly manipulative document whose actual accomplishments are totally out of line with what is needed to improve the lives of Malaysians.  
All the statistics regurgitated by a compliant BN mass media are meant to impress Malaysians but they actually bring scorn and disbelief.  
Some rural infrastructure has finally been delivered by the Barisan Nasional (BN) government. But how much exactly?
Are these so-called RBI accomplishments the long overdue entitlements to the rural areas?  Are these KPI on rural infrastructure what has been promised by so many BN Prime Ministers for so long? Have the rural folk who have waited for decades finally been given what the BN rural representatives have promised every elections without fail – ever since 1957! 
On closer scrutiny of the statistical data, it is clear that only a very small number of the rural population are benefitting from the GTP.  Malaysia has a rural population estimated at 8 million people or 2 million rural households.  Let us examine closely what the GTP has provided to make the New Straits Times scream in its headline “Better quality of life for rural folk”
•    A pathetic 16,000 houses were repaired or constructed.  This is a number which any government should be ashamed to put out in a report.
•    Water was delivered to only 36,000 rural households.  This number is not only pathetically low but is in fact only half the small number promised by the Government.
•    Electricity was delivered to even less households – 27,000.
•    Finally, only 780 km of roads were constructed
The truth is that the rural development record of the Government in the GTP is no better than its past woeful record which saw our rural people neglected and impoverished so that many had no choice but to migrate to the urban areas to find a decent living. 
The GTP is a shameful record of under-achievement, mismanagement, failure to deliver the goods and empty promises.  A few rural constituencies where by elections were held during the past two years where the Government was forced to provide roads and other infrastructure so as to bribe voters have benefitted. A very small number of favoured rural households of BN supporters have also benefitted. 
In contrast, the vast majority of the over 2 million rural households have got nothing from the GTP.  Yet the Government and its mass media cronies are trying to fool them by reminding them they are enjoying a better quality of life thanks to the GTP. 
The same pack of lies is being told to the average Malaysian on the other 5 NKRAs.  Has the urban transportation system really improved under the GTP? The best people to answer this question are the commuters caught in countless hours of waiting in queues in the cities and urban areas.  Has crime been reduced?  Ask the average housewife in our housing estates who is living in insecurity and fear? Is corruption being eradicated? Don’t ask Umnoputeras or other BNputeras or cronies the question.
Rather ask the average Malaysian who has to pay coffee money for everything and who is fully aware of how high level corruption continues to flourish under BN rule. Has student achievement been improved as a result of the GTP? Ask the parents who are taking their children out of the national school system if they can afford it, and who have to spend hundreds of dollars every month on private tuition because the standard in the schools are so bad.
The government and the GTP drafting team may have their statistical fairy tales but few believe or have any confidence in what the BN spin masters are pushing out.  The Prime Minister and his back room boys and consultants massaging the GTP may believe like Goebbels, the Nazi propaganda chief, that if they repeat a lie long enough, it becomes truth. 
However Malaysians are a lot smarter and wiser to the tricks of the BN.  They know that the GTP is a lot of hype and empty hot air leading to the coming elections. The PKR is confident that the good people of Malaysia will know how to separate truth from BN fiction and lies. 
* Datuk Seri Chua Jui Meng is a PKR vice-pesident and Johor chief. Formerly he was a MCA vice president and health minister.
* This is the personal opinion of the writer or publication. The Malaysian Insider does not endorse the view unless specified.

Vanezis: Beng Hock could have sustained bruises. One or two fatal blows?

Teoh Beng Hock could have sustained several bruises before falling nine floors two years ago, the royal commission of inquiry into the political secretary's death was told today.
azlanAgreeing that there is a likelihood  that Teoh could have received “one or two blows” to the chest prior to the fall as suggested by Bar Council lawyer Christopher Leong , Vanezis said: “I cannot rule out the possibility that in isolation there could have been one or two blows which could have caused light bruising (on the chest). Nevertheless, Vanezis stressed that the tramline bruises to the chest, as well as bruises at the neck region and the hairline fracture to the skull, were not clear enough to prove Teoh was hit, giving it as his opinion that they were pre-fall injuries.

Tuesday, March 29, 2011

2010 Global Corruption Index: See! Malaysia is not the most corrupt country

Distribution of porn film defended by PM: 'Umno is supreme law of the land'

A combative Anwar Ibrahim last night urged Pakatan Rakyat supporters to not be swayed by the latest sex scandal allegation against him and focus on the coalition's goal in the Sarawak elections.

NONESpeaking to thousands at a rally at the Melawati indoor stadium in Shah Alam last night, Anwar said the latest allegation - that he was caught on film with a prostitute - was another concerted attempt to derail the opposition's advances, adding that the producers of the scandalous video clip appeared to have Putrajaya's backing.

The crowd let loose hoots of approval when Anwar thundered, saying, “This is the first time in history that you can distribute a pornographic film and be defended by a minister (and even) the prime minister. There is no crime! This means that in this country, they can kill, rape, indulge in graft and show pornographic films and all tutup kes (case closed). Why? Because they are in power.”

Hai yoh. Najib himself had scored many firsts lah...
I have respect for all past PMs but no respect for current PM.

For all I care, he may swear for the umpteenth time that he does not know the murdered Mongolian, I will still have no respect for him until he is tried in the civil court. I am sure this will not happen in all tutup case Malaysia!

Witness Protection Act & Whistleblower Act is to protect Umno law flouters!

March 28, 2011
The men responsible for the sex tape may receive protection under the Whistleblower Act. — file pic
KUALA LUMPUR, March 28 — The “Datuk T” trio, who exposed the sex video implicating an opposition leader, will be protected under the Witness Protection Act and Whistleblower Act should the authorities feel they have a case.
Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Datuk Seri Mohamed Nazri Abdul Aziz said the Acts could be used to protect the three individuals involved in making the video public.
“However, both Acts need not be used at the moment as no party has been prosecuted and the case is still under police investigation,” he told reporters at the Parliament lobby today, when asked to comment on protection laws available to the three.
Former Malacca chief minister Tan Sri Abdul Rahim Thamby Chik, businessman Datuk Shazryl Eskay Abdullah and Pertubuhan Pribumi Perkasa Malaysia (Perkasa) treasurer Datuk Shuib Lazim, have admitted that they were part of the “Datuk T” trio responsible for keeping and screening the video to members of the media at Carcosa Seri Negara last week.
Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) advisor Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim has denied that he was the man in the video and lodged a police report on the matter.
Following the revelation, the individuals also came forward for interrogation by Bukit Aman police and handed over the video and an Omega watch for further investigation.
Nazri said the matter did not only revolve around the law but also involved morals. — Bernama

Monday, March 28, 2011

Interfaith council: Christians now, who next? 1Malaysia is not for the minority!

Despite the government softening its stand on the Al-Kitab, the controversy continues to stir debate, this time by the Malaysian Consultative Council for Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Sikism and Taoism (MCCBCHST).

azlanIn a statement today signed by five MCCBCHST leaders, the council takes issue with the alleged promise by Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak made during a Christmas party in December 2009 to release 5,000 copies of the Al-Kitab impounded at Port Klang.

The Christian Federation of Malaysia, an umbrella body which represents 90 percent of churches in the country, claims that Najib could only express surprise that the copies of the Al-Kitab are still being held by the authorities when he was informed last Christmas that they were not released.

The statement reads, “This situation begs a first pair of questions: Does our current prime minister wield any authority? And if he does not, who does?”

Daim calls for graft-free government...Will Umno-led BN prevail over graft?!

Daim calls for graft-free government to attract investors

Umno and BN will prevail, says Daim

March 27, 2011

Yes, Umno and BN will prevail as long as they win the general election by hook and crook!

But of course, all of us know that Mahathir himself as the founder of Umno Baru had said and blogged about:
February 01, 2011

Dr Mahathir took a swipe at Umno. — Reuters pic

Sunday, March 27, 2011

Asri wants all to reject dirty politics. PM says truth matters most in sex video

Asri wants all to reject dirty politics

Saturday March 26, 2011

PM: Truth matters most in sex video

Umno 'numero uno verità'?

If Umno says 2=1, then that is the truth!

Saturday, March 26, 2011

Chua, get off your moral high horse. Anwar is innocent but you guilty as hell!

Everyone is innocent until proven guilty.

So, there is no need for Anwar to prove that he is not the man in sex video. Why then did Chua ask Anwar to prove it was not the latter in the sex video? 

I am sure if Chua was not the man in the the sex video, he would do the same as Anwar did - deny!

Why didn't he deny? Simply because Chua knew he could not escape.

But then again, Chua could have also done a Lingam and denied that he was the man in the sex tape!

Correct! Correct! Correct?!

The right stride forward: choosing the correct type of footwear for your child! - First Stride Rite store in Malaysia now opens at Empire Shopping Gallery

Click on image to enlarge or click here to read at the The Sun ePaper.

Rape mars image of hip college: 18- year-old Malaysian girl gang raped in Bellerby’s College in South London

Alternatively, you may click here to read at The Sun ePaper

OMG, FYI, and LOL enter Oxford English Dictionary, WAG is not just for dog

OMG, FYI, and LOL enter Oxford English Dictionary, foreshadow the apocalypse

In an acknowledgement of the internet's overwhelming influence on the triviality we sometimes refer to as "real life," the Oxford English Dictionary doyens have decided to add a few of the web's favorite pronouncements to their lexicon. Among them are the standouts OMG, LOL and FYI, joining their compatriots IMHO and BFF among the proud number of officially sanctioned initialisms (abbreviations contracted to the initials of their words) used in the English language. Shockingly enough, the expression OMG has had its history tracked all the way back to 1917, while LOL used to mean "little old lady" back in the '60s, and FYI first showed up in corporate lingo in 1941. Not only that, but the heart symbol -- not the <3 emoticon, the actual ♥ graphic -- has also made it in. Just so long as Beliebers and fanpires are kept out, there's still hope for the future. A tiny, twinkling ember of a hope.

Does PDRM now stand for 'Porn Documentary Rules Malaysia'? 'I, Too, Saw The CSL's sex tape'

'I, Too, Saw The Video' - Zaid Ibrahim.

So, the police will not act against him.

Now, everyone can also say 'I, Too, Saw The Video'.

Hopefully, it will be out in the public domain soon!

Just can't wait to see how good Anwar's twin brother is with this Chinese prostitute.

Oh, by the way, I, too, saw the CSL sex tape. I didn't watch it alone. I asked my parents to join me too! They also wanted to see how good he was! Documentary, mah.

When I told a friend that I had watched it, he said that he had watched it too! I wasn't surprised but I was surprised when he told me that his mother passed the sex tape to him!

Anyway, I should have not been surprised.

After all, like Zaid, I, too, say sex video not porn but documentary!

PDRM, the laughing stock of the world: Duo admitted to crime yet no arrest!

Thursday March 24, 2011

Rahim, Eskay and Shuib unmasked as men behind video

Rahim and Eskay came out in the open after Sungai Petani MP Datuk Johari Abdul, who is Shuib's nephew, exposed the trio's identity at a press conference and said they had shown him the video at another hotel here.

Friday March 25, 2011

Sex video given to cops

Friday March 25, 2011

Police inspect place of sex video recording

KUALA LUMPUR, March 25 — Police have inspected a hotel room in the federal capital said to be the location of a video recording of a sex act allegedly involving an opposition leader.
Federal police secretary, Deputy Commissioner Datuk Ghazali Md Amin, said the investigation at the scene was carried out together with a police forensic team after information as to its exact whereabouts was received.
“Two individuals were arrested yesterday but were then released on police bail ... we also obtained some items as evidence from them.
“One of the two involved also disclosed where the sex video recording took place,” he said in a statement, here, today.
Yesterday, former Melaka chief minister Tan Sri Abdul Rahim Thamby Chik and businessman Datuk Shazryl Eskay Abdullah were interrogated for five hours at the federal police headquarters in Bukit Aman here and they also surrendered a video recording of a sex act between a man and a woman, and an Omega watch.
Meanwhile, Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Ismail Omar said police were trying to identify the individuals in the sex video.
He said a special team was investigating the case from various angles, including how the sex video came to be and the identity of the individuals in the video.
“The investigation has entered the third day now. We want to know what actually happened and will look into other related matters.
“So, the public should stop speculating and allow the police to carry out the investigation until it’s completed,” he said after attending the 204th Police Day celebration at the Police Training Centre, here, today.
Asked why the trio who exposed the sex video were not arrested, Ismail said “Based on what offence? If there is enough evidence to show that they have committed an offence, then we will take action in accordance with the law.
“Yesterday, we called two of them in for their statements to be recorded ... if we had arrested them without enough evidence, people will be laughing at the police.” — Bernama

Based on the above three reports, we can clearly see the
folly of the police.
Firstly, the duo (or  trio!) unmasked themselves.
Secondly, they handed over the original sex video
Thirdly, one of them disclosed where the sex video
recording took place.
Wow! Given all of the above facts, are they not enough
evidence for Ismail?
So, does Ismail still want the public to tell him based on
what offence the trio (or duo!) should be arrested?
At the height of the 'sex-plosive' video of Chua Soi Lek
having sex with a prostitute, Lim Kit Siang blogged:
Four persons have been detained by the police in connection with the sex video of former Health Minister, Datuk Seri Dr. Chua Soi Lek – a 29-year-old beauty salon owner in Taman Bukit Perdana, Batu Pahat and her assistant, a 50-year-old farmer in Batu Pahat and a 40-year-old man in a food court in Taman Sri Tebrau.
Johore Police sources have said that more arrests are expected in the coming days as police are confident of tracking down the main culprits behind the recording and distribution of the sex DVD.
Johore Police Chief Deputy Comm Datuk Hussin Ismail said that the cases are being investigated under Section 292 of the Penal Code for distributing and having in possession material containing pornographic elements.
Unless the four persons detained were involved in the syndicate responsible for the recording and distribution of the sex DVD, they should be released immediately if their only offence is one of possession of the Chua sex DVD and no charges should be brought against them.
The Police should also abandon the earlier plan announced by the Muar police chief Asst Comm Mohammad Nasir Ramli to conduct door-to-door searches of residents in Batu Pahat and Muar suspected to be possession of the Chua sex DVD as it would be a gross abuse of police powers and an intolerable and unacceptable violation of privacy of ordinary Malaysians.
The police should first conduct house-to-house search of MCA Ministers, Deputy Ministers, Parliamentary Secretaries, Members of Parliament and leaders for the Chua sex DVD before it thinks about house-to-house search of residents of Batu Pahat and Muar.
DCP Hussin said that it is an offence to keep the Chua sex DVD and those who have it should surrender it to the police or destroy it.
How many of the MCA Ministers, Deputy Ministers, Parliamentary Secretaries, MPs and leaders have surrendered their copies of the Chua sex DVD to the police?
In fact, the police should state how many copies of the Chua sex DVD had been surrendered to it since the organised and systematic public distribution of the DVDs on December 29 last year, which destroyed the high-flying political career of possibly the next MCA President in a matter of five days?

This DCP Hussin seems to have a much higher level of integrity than the current IGP Ismail. Will IGP Ismail go after Zaid who had confess to watching the sex video even though according to Zaid, the sex video not porn but documentary!

If the police do not take action against Zaid, they are telling us that it's OK for every Malaysian to possess 'porn'  documentary, we don't have to destroy it.

Thank you, IGP Ismail! You're the best!

Friday, March 25, 2011

Testing Blogger in draft: Email posting address

Testing 1, 2, 3...

Do you read me?

Turning pig waste to energy: Pig farm in Sitiawan first in country to go green

Tuesday March 15, 2011

Turning pig waste to energy


SITIAWAN: A pig farm near here is set to become the first in the country to generate renewable energy from animal waste.
Dindings Farms Sdn Bhd farm manager Dr Ch’ng Chee Keong said they are currently building a biogas conversion plant to convert methane gas from waste into electricity.
“Once operational, the plant can generate up to 500kW of electricity,” he told reporters after a visit by Perak executive councillor Datuk Dr Mah Hang Soon and state Veterinary Services director Dr Quaza Nizamuddin Hassam Nizam to the farm at Segari yesterday.
“The electricity generated will be sufficient to power up the farm, making us the first ‘green’ hog farm,” said Dr Ch’ng.
Power generators: Dr Mah (left) being briefed by Dr Ch’ng during his visit to the pig farm in Segari, Seri Manjung, yesterday.
The plant, which cost about RM4mil, is expected to begin operation in November.
Dr Ch’ng said the farm could save up to RM35,000 every month once the plant becomes operational.
“We hope the state government could provide us with some incentives to continue running our farm,” he added.
Dr Ch’ng said they have switched to modern pig farming as it was more hygienic and environment-friendly.
Dr Mah said Dindings Farms was one of 17 pig farms in Perak that have adopted modern farming techniques.
He said there were a total of 131 pig farms in the state, with the others still having some issues with matters pertaining to land usage and land conversion.
Dr Mah also urged other pig farms to follow in the footstep of Dindings Farms in using the biogas converter system.

Lamborghini owner in China destroys car after Lamborghini's poor service!

A Lamborghini owner in Qingdao announced that he would smash his Lamborghini car that was bought no more than six months ago in front of Qingdao 1919 International Building Material and Lamp Mall at 3:15pm on March 15 out of dissatisfaction with Lamborghini’s services.
According to the owners announcement that he posted onto the internet, decides to smash the sports car on the World Consumer Rights Day to vent his strong dissatisfaction with and disappointment at Lamborghini’s differentiated services in China and Europe, and its downgraded standard for service providers.
The engine of the newly-bought sports car failed to start on November 29, 2010. After they had contacted Lamborghini’s Qingdao dealer, the car was carried to the designated maintenance shop by a trailer of a maintenance service provider entrusted by Lamborghini’s Qingdao dealer. The engine problem was not fixed, and the bumper and chassis were found damaged after the car was towed to the maintenance shop. As they pointed out the problem, the maintenance service provider shirked the responsibility and ignoring the owners consumer right. After that, they contacted Lamborghini’s CEO Mr. Stephan Winkelmann, the brand’s China headquarters, its after-sales service manager for Asia-Pacific region, and the brand’s owner Volkswagen Group, but the problem was not solved. The owner believes that there is no suitable means to protect his own consumer rights, so he felt that the best way to gain attention would be to destroy the
According to the former Lambo owner, Chinese consumers are more and more capable of consuming global luxury products in recent years, however, the global luxury brands work on exploring Chinese market on one hand, and ignore the interests and rights of Chinese consumers. The former owner feels that Lamborghini did not bring their world famous high quality service to China, so he felt that the only way to show his ultimate dissatisfaction was to destroy the car, at least for Lamborghini this gentleman won’t be calling anymore – at least until the insurance payout arrives and he buys another model.
In China a Lamborghini Gallardo such as the one above retails for between $529,000USD and $757,000USD depending on specification. (Source:, click here for news and photos)

Anuar Ismail admitted that he should have taken care of Teoh but he didn't!

UPDATED @ 11:33:53 PM 24-03-2011
March 24, 2011
KUALA LUMPUR, March 24 — Teoh Beng Hock could have been pushed off the building where he was found dead in 2009, an anti-graft officer told the royal panel investigating Teoh’s death today.
Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) investigating officer Mohd Anuar Ismail did not rule out that possibility, despite presuming that the DAP aide likely jumped to his death.
“He could have possibly been thrown out of the window?” asked Bar Council lawyer Christopher Leong.
“Maybe,” replied Anuar, 34.
Teoh, 30, was found dead on the fifth floor of Plaza Masalam, Shah Alam, on July 16 2009 after he was questioned overnight by MACC officers at their then Selangor headquarters on the 14th floor.
The anti-graft officers were investigating a claim that Teoh’s boss, Ean Yong Hian Wah, was abusing state funds.
Ean Yong is a Selangor state executive councillor and Seri Kembangan assemblyman from the DAP.
Anuar, who was dressed in a navy blue suit and yellow chequered tie, expressed anger against Teoh for purportedly jumping nine floors to his death.
“I was angry at Teoh’s actions,” said Anuar.
“I was angry with his death (and) all the problems that arose from this and their effects on me and my family,” added the lawyer by training.
The senior investigator stressed that he was not responsible for or contributed to Teoh’s death, who was then 30 years old.
“I don’t think my action in bringing Teoh Beng Hock to office caused him to jump,” said Anuar.
Anuar also insisted that he did not feel guilty or that he had sinned.
Commissioner Professor Dr Mohamed Hatta Shaharom said Anuar was in a “state of denial”.
“You denied that you are among the people who caused this death,” said the forensic psychiatry consultant.
Denial is a psychological term that is used often to describe situations in which people seem unable to face reality or admit an obvious truth.
“(It’s) because I did my best in fulfilling my duty. It’s really beyond my control. I couldn’t do anything to prevent this at that time,” said Anuar.
“How do you feel now?” asked Dr Hatta.
Anuar paused for a while and said: “I should have done that. I didn’t...My responsibility to take care of him, I accept (that I should have done that).”
“But causing his death, it’s beyond (me). Not even in my dreams I thought of this,” said Anuar.
RCI chairman Tan Sri James Foong questioned why Anuar did not feel responsible as the latter had placed Teoh in a room with seven MACC officers — four of whom had questioned him for an hour —  despite noting that the DAP aide appeared restless.
“That was one of the most silly things. You don’t look at the mirror, yourself, your actions on Teoh Beng Hock,” said Foong.
“I’ve handled thousands of witnesses,” replied Anuar, who has served the national anti-graft authority since 2005.
Foong said Teoh could have been an “eggshell”, or a fragile personality.
Anuar said he placed Teoh in the community education room in the MACC office with anti-graft officers to calm him down.
“My purpose was to break the ice,” said Anuar.
Foong gave a sarcastic laugh.
“Is it a marriage?” asked the sitting Federal Court judge.
“Let’s get on with it. Makes me more angry to hear all these illogical answers,” added Foong.
Foong’s patience appeared strained as he expressed his frustration several times during Anuar’s testimony for the past four days.
Foong also asked Anuar on Tuesday if the latter had contributed to Teoh’s death for not asking Teoh if he had eaten, despite detaining the DAP aide in the Selangor MACC office for over six hours since about 6.15 pm on July 15 2009.
Anuar had denied contributing to the young man’s death.
The inquiry resumes tomorrow.

Clearly, the MACC officers are selfish people who care not for witnesses under their custody.

This Anuar only cared about himself and his family but did not care about Teoh Beng Hock and his family.

What if Anuar suffered the same fate as Teoh Beng Hock - to die before his time?

Now everyone can screen sex show at Carcosa Sri Negara & hand video to Bukit Aman?!

Alleged sex video handed to Bukit Aman

Why has Bukit Aman not arrested Rahim, the 'ex-rapist' and his two 'henchmen'?

Simply because Umno and Perkasa are above the law.

The rakyat are under the law.

Wake up, Malaysians! Vote Umno-led BN out in the next GE! Send them to hell!

'Datuk T' dah jadi 'Datuk D': Shuib tak percaya Anwar lelaki dlm video seks!

While Datuk T - the trio responsible for releasing a sex video purportedly depicting a prominent opposition leader - have revealed themselves, a PKR MP has moved to defend one of them.

Sungai Petani MP Johari Abdul, one of those who recently saw the video, said one of the three - Perkasa treasurer-general and former senator Shuib Lazim - is likely to just be an 'innocent bystander'.

At a press conference at the PKR headquarters in Petaling Jaya this evening, Johari said that in fact, Shuib, who was Johari's uncle, had himself had told Johari privately after Johari watched the video  that he (Shuib) too did not believe the person in the video was PKR de facto leader Anwar Ibrahim, as claimed.

Fending off the attacks against Shuib, Johari said, "I don't think my uncle is involved...I know my uncle and I don't think he'll go that far. I think he's just an innocent bystander... I think he is just a 'matcher' because I am his nephew."

Thursday, March 24, 2011

Everything is a scam (and sham!) for Perkasa and UMNO: A public opinion

PKR de facto leader Anwar Ibrahim claims that former Malacca Chief Minister Rahim Tamby Chik's admitted involvement in the sex tape used against him was evidence of Umno's involvement in the entire affair.

Rahim, Eskay and Shuib, men behind video, making police look like fools!

Allegations and finger-pointing are no more since everyone knows the 'Datuk Trio' now!

Are the police making a  fool of themselves?

The police really look stupid now. They can't (or they won't?!) catch the perpetrators that are now still enjoying freedom after freedom of screening pornography in Carcosa Sri Negara! Malaysia Boleh! Yeah!

Lastly, Kit Siang calls for fair treatment. So, is the  'Datuk Trio' gang above the law now?

Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Free porn show @ Carcosa Sri Negara: Will police catch the perpetrators?

Lim Kits Siang blogs:

Why police not yet arrested “Datuk T” – Datuk Trio of Rahim Thamby Chik, Shazryl Eskay Abdullah and Shuib Lazim – for the crimes of the Sri Carcosa sex tape caper

Crucial evidence allowed: Justice Zabidin cowed under pressure?

Hafiz Yatim
Mar 23, 11
The Kuala Lumpur High Court today delivered a major blow to Anwar Ibrahim in his sodomy trial when it reversed its ruling on the trial-within-a-trial and said that three disputed items can now be admitted as evidence. Judge Mohamad Zabidin Mohd Diah however rejected the prosecution's application to compel Anwar to give his DNA sample, saying this is no longer neccessary in view of his decision today.

The prosecution had last week made two applications - to review the ruling on the trial-within-a-trial and for the judge to order Anwar to surrender his DNA sample.

Lead defence lawyer Karpal Singh had described the second application as having never been done before in the “history of the country, Commonwealth and the world”.

Solicitor-General II Mohd Yusof Zainal Abiden had submitted that obtaining a DNA sample from Anwar is “crucial and relevant” to determine whether it matches the DNA retrieved from the sperm found in complainant Mohd Saiful Bukhari Azlan's rectum.

"There has been no application like this before but it does not mean it cannot be done ... or else Section 165 of the Evidence Act will be mere words. We have the evidence but due to technical reasons it was not admitted (by the judge)," he argued last week.

Justice Zabidin had ruled that DNA samples from three key items - a towel, mineral water bottle and toothbrush - were inadmissible as they were unfairly obtained.


8.21am: There is a smaller police presence compared to Monday when there was some speculation that supporters of Anwar Ibrahim would hold a protest.
A number of supporters are milling outside the courtroom at the Jalan Duta court complex in Kuala Lumpur where the trial is being held.
The hearing is expected to begin at 9am.
8.43am: Journalists and the public are allowed to enter the courtroom by police.

Lead defence counsel Karpal Singh has arrived but is outside chatting with a few people.
8.46am: Karpal is wheeled into courtroom. The team of prosecutors has yet to arrive.
8.50am: The court is abuzz with talk about a sex video tape, said to depect someone resembling Anwar.

8.52am: Solicitor-General II Mohd Yusof Zainal Abiden enters the courtroom.

8.53am: Anwar arrives with his wife, Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail, and their two daughters.

One of Anwar's aides is seen carrying a red cushion. The cushion has been a permanent feature in this trial. It is placed on the wooden bench in the dock as Anwar has a bad back.
8.58am: Wan Azizah appears to be in high spirits.

Justice Mohamad Zabidin Mohd Diah steps in to deliver his decision.

Bishop flays gov't's reason for stamping Al-Kitab: Unreasonable BN gov't!

Catholic Bishop Paul Tan Chee Ing said today the fear of spawning confusion among followers of one religion is no reason to prevent adherents of another faith from legitimate practice of their own.

bishop paul tan chee ingResponding to reports that Selangor mufti Mohd Tamyes Abd Wahid had joined his Perak counterpart, Harussani Zakaria, in opposing the release of copies of Al-Kitab, 35,000 of which have been impounded at the ports in Kuching and Port Klang, Paul Tan  in his capacity as bishop of the Melaka-Johor diocese spoke to Malaysiakini and said that such caveats were "unreasonable constraints on the freedom of religion guaranteed in the federal constitution."

Paul Tan is also president of the Catholic Bishops' Conference of Malaysia.

The Al-Kitab, which is the Indonesian version of the Christian Bible, is banned in Malaysia because of its use of 'Allah' as the term for God even though Christians in Sabah and Sarawak have been using 'Allah' as the term for God for the better part of eight decades during which their study of scriptural texts was based on the Al-Kitab, which freely uses the term.

In 1986, recourse to the Al-Kitab became problematic on the peninsula when the government confined the use of theological terms, such as 'Allah', to Muslims only.

Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Now everyone can possess porn stuff - Sex tape screening legit, says Nazri

March 22, 2011

Nazri: These individuals have committed all forms of crime — criminal defamation, intimidation, and the viewing of pornography in public.
KUALA LUMPUR, March 22 — Datuk Seri Nazri Aziz said today that the screening of the sex video allegedly showing Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim having sex with a Chinese prostitute may not have been illegal despite laws barring pornography.

“It depends on what the purpose is. They wanted to show proof that Anwar had sex with this woman, not to make a pornographic video,” said the minister in the prime minister's department.

The de facto law minister said that “if they were screening it to reporters with the intention to have witnesses, or to have on record people who can corroborate what they say, then it is not against the law.”

Opposition leader Anwar had lodged a police report earlier today and told reporters later that Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak and Home Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Hussein were involved in what he says was a an attack on him and Pakatan Rakyat (PR).

“These individuals have committed all forms of crime — criminal defamation, intimidation, and the viewing of pornography in public.

“My proof of high-level involvement is that why no action was taken by the police on this? How can porn be displayed publicly? It’s protection by the police,” he said.

Section 292(a) of the Penal Code prohibits the production, sale, rental, distribution and public circulation of any obscene book, pamphlet, paper, drawing, painting, representation or object.

Nazri had also pointed out that the screening was not for money or commercial purposes.

“If you are collecting money and have a show without a licence, then it’s an illegal blue movie. We all know that the intention is to report to the police and he just wanted to have witnesses,” the Padang Rengas MP said.

Anwar yesterday denied that he was the man in the video after the video was screened to selected journalists by a shadowy figure who only identified himself as “Datuk T”.
“Datuk T” had said that the video was taken from closed-circuit television camera recordings found in a hotel room in Kuala Lumpur.

Free Malaysia Today reported:

Sex tape screening legit, says Nazri

Act immediately against 'Datuk T', police told
The police must arrest 'Datuk T' immediately and take stern action against him for his public screening of a pornographic video recording, said DAP national chairperson Karpal Singh.

Karpal said the screening of the video, purportedly depicting PKR de facto leader Anwar Ibrahim having sex with an unidentified woman in Kuala Lumpur hotel room on Feb 21, clearly violates the laws of the country,

NONEIn a statement today, Karpal said he was in left in a state of shock upon learning that police had yet to take any action to arrest 'Datuk T' following the 'public viewing' of the pornographic video clip and added, "The police ought to have sprung into action yesterday itself to arrest 'Datuk T'. He has clearly committed offences under Section 5(1) of the Film Censorship Act, 2002 and Section 292 of the Penal Code."

Under Section 5(1) of the Film Censorship Act, a person who has in his possession, control or ownership; or circulates, distributes, displays, produces, sells or hires any film material that is obscene, can be fined up to RM50,000 or jailed up to five years, or both while Section 292 of the Penal Code punishes a person who sells, hires, distributes or publicly exhibits any obscene or pornographic material with a jail term of up to three years or with a fine, or both.

Abuse of power: Anuar Ismail searched without a warrant. MACC MATI LAH

UPDATED @ 09:30:25 PM 21-03-2011
March 21, 2011
KUALA LUMPUR, March 21 — A senior anti-graft officer had abused his powers when he searched Ean Yong Hian Wah’s office without a warrant in 2009, the royal panel investigating Teoh Beng Hock’s death said today.
Commissioner Datuk T. Selventhiranathan lambasted Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) investigating officer Anuar Ismail today for seizing documents from the Selangor executive councillor’s office on July 15 2009 without a written order from the Attorney-General.
“Section 31(3)... (of the MACC Act, 2009) is for emergencies,” said Selventhiranathan at the inquiry today.
“You can’t go and grab as you want. It’s an abuse of power. Anyone who goes to [a] law course and has common sense will know this is not an emergency,” he added.
Teoh was found dead the next day on the fifth floor corridor of Plaza Masalam, Shah Alam, after he was questioned overnight by MACC officers at their then Selangor headquarters on the 14th floor.
The anti-graft officers were investigating a claim that Teoh’s boss, Ean Yong, was abusing state funds in his Seri Kembangan constituency.
Selventhiranathan accused Anuar of “emasculating” the Attorney-General’s powers under Section 31(1) of the MACC Act, which states that anti-graft officers require written orders from the public prosecutor to search premises and seize documents.
“This is an ordinary case. You are virtually emasculating the public prosecutor’s powers under 31(1),” said Selventhiranathan.
“It goes against Parliament’s intention,” he added.
But Anuar, 34, said it was common practice for MACC officers to use section 31(3).
RCI chairman Tan Sri James Foong pointed out that section 31(3) should not be invoked unless there was reasonable cause to suspect concealment.
“In this case, the computer is here,” said Foong.
Anuar, dressed in a dark suit, said he and another anti-graft officer had examined a file on Ean Yong’s claims in 2008, after they met Teoh in his boss’s office at the state secretariat building.
Teoh, 30, was political secretary to Ean Yong, a Selangor executive councillor and Seri Kembangan assemblyman from the DAP.
Anuar also admitted that he did not fulfil section 31(1) of the MACC Act when he entered Ean Yong’s office.
“You have to follow from section 31(1) till (3)... you cannot exercise 31(3) straight off. It’s obvious,” Selventhiranathan told the lawyer by training.
Anuar, who said he entered the then Anti-Corruption Agency in 2005, also admitted to confiscating Teoh’s laptop and CPU under section 31(3) of the MACC Act.
“MACC has investigative powers. That’s what I told YB Ean,” said Anuar, who spoke in a low, hoarse voice due to a sore throat.
Anuar said the MACC had received a tip-off that Selangor Pakatan Rakyat (PR) assemblymen were abusing state funds.
Selangor MACC investigation unit head Hairul Ilham Hamzah testified earlier today that DAP Serdang had received cuts from government projects in the Seri Kembangan constituency.
Hairul also said Teoh received compensation totalling RM112 from a government payment to a company hired to organise an event in support of Selangor executive councillor Teresa Kok during her 2008 Internal Security Act (ISA) detention.
The inquiry resumes tomorrow.

Monday, March 21, 2011

Datuk T hosted a 'FREE SEX SHOW' for the media at Carcosa Seri Negara!

First person account of Hazlan Zakaria, the reporter summoned to Carcosa Seri Negara!

"It is huge and explosive!" said the female voice on the phone - her sudden call the prelude to an unlikely adventure for this Parliament reporter, still struggling to cope with Monday blues.

"I am in Parliament, can I check with my boss first?" I asked casually, wondering how big the news really was.

Hazlan's description of the video shown and events during the show:
A Chinese-looking woman was waiting on the bed while another man appeared to be conducting the man resembling the opposition figure into the room and giving instructions to the woman, though his face was never on camera. Datuk T was the narrator throughout the show. He handed Hazlan a letter, which he said he would also send to Anwar. The black and white nature of the full footage made it difficult to really establish hair colour and skin tone of the man who also seemed to exhibit a slight pot belly.

Top opposition politician caught on sex video? Anwar?! Hadi?!! Kit Siang?!!

A top opposition politician has apparently been caught on video having sex with an unknown woman.
And an unidentified group is demanding that he steps down within the week if he does not want the clip distributed to the public.
seri carcosa 5.jpegThis morning, the media were called to the luxury Carcosa Seri Negara hotel in Kuala Lumpur to witness the 'unveiling' of the video clip that was managed with great secrecy - several individuals connected with the 'showing' were formally dressed and conducted security check on the 'invitees'.

Journalists and senior editors who were told to surrender all electronic gadgets such as handphones and cameras as well as their pens and notebooks, were taken in to a hotel room in batches to watch the 20-minute clip.

Furthermore, they were told to wear a robe over their clothes before they were allowed into the screening room. A source revealed that the clip is clearer than that of MCA president Dr Chua Soi Lek, who was recorded when having sex with a woman in a Batu Pahat hotel.

Journalists who saw the video today said they are "90 percent sure" that it looks like a particular opposition politician while some quarters - including a blogger and leaders of the politician's party - have named the individual. However, the party leaders have moved quickly to claim that this is a doctored video.
Senior journalists and editors from Utusan Malaysia, New Straits Times and Berita Harian, who made up the first batch to view the clip, declined to reveal anything when approached with one of  them looking  serious and said, "We don't want to spoil it for you."
The second batch of press was made up of The Malaysian Insider, Free Malaysia Today, and a senior editor from state-run news agency Bernama with the third and last batch being Malaysiakini.

Sunday, March 20, 2011

House Adrift in Pacific Ocean off of Japan Coast: The force of nature vs man

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English will bring all races into national schools. Yes but will BN govt do it?!

English will bring all races into national schools — Noor Azimah Abdul Rahim

PAGE should be applauded for its effort in pushing for the return of the teaching of science and mathematics in English in primary and secondary national schools but all of us know the reality of politics in 'Bolehland'.

Nevertheless, Dr M reportedly said:

PAGE should just take heed of the doctor's advice - vote BN out!

Praise be to the name of God forever and ever. Wisdom and power are His...Daniel 2:20-22

Shut up, Shabery. The Federal government is also not being fair to all MPs!

Friday December 10, 2010

No funds for Opposition MPs

March 19, 2011

WiFi issue: Penang government urged to be fair

Why is Shabery making a big fuss when the Federal Government has always practiced selective allocation? Muhyiddin admiited that providing the funds to Barisan MPs had been a practice of the Federal Government and there was no intention to extend it to Opposition MPs.

Yes, I blogged about this 'selective allocation' before:
Proof that Umno is not party for all but selective few: No funds for Opposition MPs


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