Friday, August 31, 2012

Atlantis Dubai proposal: Elva Hsiao & Low Taek Jho - originally reported by Apple Daily Taiwan - 萧亚轩被大马富商刘德祖求婚影片Wedding Proposal by Low Taek Jho to Elva Hsiao

Flamboyant billionaire Jho Low is back in the news with another story of an extravagant but futile attempt at wooing the heart of a major celebrity.

NONE Taiwanese newspaper Apple Daily broke the news after coming across a video recording reportedly documenting Low's proposal and his target - famous Taiwanese mandopop singer Elva Hsiao.

The daily cites a video entitled 'Atlantis Engagement, Dubai', uploaded a year ago to video-sharing site,, by British-based professional photographer Peter Rear.

The video does not mention who the two subjects are but contains a caption stating: ‘Surprise engagement proposal rumoured to cost of £1m (RM4.9 million).' but the rumoured cost is of little surprise as the event took place on a private beach at pricey hotel resort Atlantis, The Palm - the most famous hotel on the island of Palm Jumeirah, off Dubai.

The couple enjoy their meal while being serenaded by a harpist and a violinist playing a violin studded with what appears to be precious stones.


Breaking the romantic tone, several parachutists descend from the sky and land on the beach to present Hsiao with jewellery made by Swiss luxury brand Chopard that make Hsiao moved to tears but the outrageous extravagance was reportedly not enough to move Hsiao's heart.

Apple Daily says it understands that Hsiao (right), 33, rejected the proposal and only saw Low, 31, as a "little brother" and also reported that a spokesperson had denied claims that Low had proposed to Hsiao at the event, stressing that it was just a "romantic dinner".

Penang-born Low, whose real name is Low Taek Jho, is reportedly part of Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak's inner circle, is best known for his attempts to woo American socialite Paris Hilton and hard partying habits with his A-list friends in the United States.

Low is the son of a Penang tycoon who reportedly has close links with Middle Eastern investors.

Locally, Low is reportedly involved with the Terengganu Investment Authority (TIA) - now known as the 1Malaysia Development Bhd (1MDB) - and UBG Bhd, which is owned by the family of Sarawak Chief Minister Abdul Taib Mahmud.
NONEThe chubby-looking Low got into the media spotlight two years ago after reports about his extravagant partying with controversial Hollywood actress Paris Hilton (left) hit the front pages of newspapers locally and globally.

The video at Vimeo has since been taken down but not before it was managed to be downloaded and uploaded at Youtube. ;)

Here it is:


Proposal by Low Taek Jho to Elva Hsiao


Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Ex-IGP lied, contacts with underworld claims Ramli

EXCLUSIVE Retired federal police chief Musa Hassan is lying outright in denying that he had contacts with shady underworld kingpins Goh Cheng Poh, or Tengku Goh, and BK Tan when he was inspector-general of police.

NONESo says former Commercial Crime Investigations Department director Ramli Yusuff (left), who added that evidence gathered by his CCID team, an unchallenged statutory declaration and court testimonies prove otherwise.
Moreover, in Ramli's abuse of power trial in the sessions court in Kota Kinabalu, Musa had been found to be an unreliable witness when testifying against Ramli.

Ramli told Malaysiakini in an interview, "Musa was the last witness to testify in my abuse of power trial. He was found by sessions judge Supang Lian to have contradicted the testimonies of seven police officers under him. Hence, the judge dismissed Musa's testimony as unreliable. Here, we have a junior judge passing such a remark on the then serving IGP. This is a disgrace to the police force."

Sunday, August 26, 2012

Dragon-i Pavilion Kuala Lumpur: Food so-so only la

 I ordered the 'Braised Beancurd with Minced Meat and Chili Sauce in Szechuan Style'.
 Overall, the 'rice' menu wasn't that nice.

Soup is good lah.

Saturday, August 25, 2012

Taiwan Justin Lee date rape Maggie Wu sex photos

Obviously, no photos here.

Just a news link:

Pity these foolish ladies in high society and those simply caught up in the club scene.
Poor Justin Lee!
His fleeting moments of pleasure will soon be lasting moments of torment in prison.

Friday, August 24, 2012

Wednesday, August 22, 2012

Manipulasi statistik jenayah: Anonymous Policeman

Crime statistics: Let the truth be told Anonymous Policeman

If u haven't already, register 2 vote @

DAP lancar kempen nasional galakkan pendaftaran pengundi

August 22, 2012
KUALA LUMPUR, 22 Ogos — DAP akan melancarkan kempen nasional bagi menggalakan orang ramai mendaftar sebagai pengundi terutamanya orang muda, kata ketua pemudanya, Anthony Loke (gambar).
“DAP dan sekutunya melancarkan kempen nasional untuk menggalakkan orang mendaftar untuk mengundi,” kata Anthony Loke dalam sebuah sidang akhbar di pejabat DAP hari in.
Menurut Ahli Parlimen Rasah itu, jumlah yang masih belum mendaftar sangat tinggi iaitu seramai 3.3 juta orang atau 20.5 peratus dari 16.2 juta warga yang layak mengundi.
Pengundi baru mendaftar akan menjadi penentu kepada keputusan pilihan raya umum ke 13 yang akan berlangsung selewat-lewatnya April tahun hadapan.
 Loke berkata, warga yang layak mengundi perlu mendaftar selewat-lewatnya 15 September 2012 untuk berpeluang mengundi jika pilihan raya berlangsung pada Januari 2013.
“Pada pilihan raya 2008, Barisan Nasional memperoleh 4.08 juta undi, lebih 280,000 undi berbanding dengan Pakatan Rakyat dengan 3.79 undi.
“Untuk menggalakkan pengundi baru mendaftar, kempen ini akan dilancarkan dalam masa tiga minggu dari sekarang."
“Terdapat lebih dari 40 tempat akan disediakan untuk menjadi pusat pendaftaran, antaranya di kompleks membeli belah, pasar pagi, pasar malam dan pusat perkhidmatan kami di seluruh negara."
“Untuk keterangan lanjut bolehlah melayari laman web dan pertanyaan di email kami di,” katanya dalam sidang medianya hari ini.
DAP juga melancarkan kempen pendaftaran melalui Youtube dalam video “Alamak! Kena Register!” pada hari Sabtu yang lalu dan ditonton sebanyak 7,000 pelawat setakat ini.
Menurut Anthony Loke lagi, mereka juga akan melancarkan kempen ini melalui blog, Twitter dan Facebook, di mana DAP mempunyai 450,000 orang mengikuti laman Facebook rasmi parti tersebut.
Mereka juga berharap melalui kempen ini mereka dapat mendaftarkan lebih ramai pengundi baru sebelum 15 September 2012 untuk memastikan mereka dapat mengundi sekiranya pilihan raya berlangsung pada Januari 2013.

Tuesday, August 21, 2012

Will A-G defend 114A or defend guilty Umno Youth?

August 21, 2012
KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 21 — The Attorney-General must prosecute Umno Youth for attempting to stoke racial and religious hatred online to prove he is impartial in enforcing a “presumed-guilty-until-proven-innocent” clause in the controversial Evidence Act — a law that is widely seen to shackle freedom of speech and dissent on the Internet — the DAP’s Lim Guan Eng said today.
A controversial anti-Christianity poster that was uploaded on a Facebook page that shares the same name as the political wing’s official site but which Umno Youth says is “unauthorised” has spotlighted the weaknesses in the recently-passed section 114A of the Evidence Act — a clause that, among others, presumes that the named owner of a website is the publisher of the statement.
The poster, which was uploaded last Saturday and taken down the same day, appeared to suggest that votes for federal opposition Pakatan Rakyat (PR) will cause Islam to be replaced by Christianity as the country’s official religion.
“We call the A-G, since he defend (sic) 114A of the Evidence Act, to prosecute and charge Umno Youth because of this post,” Lim (picture) told a news conference in George Town today.
“Because the burden of proof now goes to the accused, not to the prosecution because this is now turned backwards, this is now flipped backwards.
“It is not an indication of my support for the amendment but just to show, now this thing happened, isn’t this a gross injustice?” he said.
An audio clip of the news conference was made available to The Malaysian Insider.
Lim, who is also Penang chief minister, said government lawyers must take legal action against Umno Youth to show they do not practise double standards.
“So if that is the case, Umno Youth is presumed guilty for making this type of inflammatory statements — they say their web page is hacked and all that — inflammatory statements to create hatred among Christians and Muslims especially during Hari Raya, they are presumed guilty. They must prove themselves innocent.
“So if they do not charge Umno Youth, this shows there are double standards,” he said.
The DAP secretary-general said unless the prosecutors act on the ruling party’s youth wing, it would show section 114A “is intended to clamp down on freedom of the Internet, freedom of information and to muzzle the voices of freedom and dissent and to silence dissent against the Barisan Nasional government.”
Umno Youth chief Khairy Jamaluddin has denied his team was responsible for uploading the poster he described as “offensive”. A representative of the wing, Ibdilillah Ishak, filed a police report yesterday asking for an investigation to be carried on the perpetrators.
The controversial poster had read: “Jika anda setuju untuk jadikan KRISTIAN sebagai agama rasmi persekutuan Malaysia, teruskan sokongan anda kepada Pakatan Rakyat. (If you agree to make CHRISTIANITY the official religion of the federation of Malaysia, continue supporting Pakatan Rakyat.) ‘God bless you my son’.”
Critics and lawmakers from both sides of the political divide are lobbying for the law that could curb Internet freedom to be repealed after it came into force last month.
The amendment to the Evidence Act sparked an uproar in April when it was passed as it introduces a presumption of publication of online content on the publisher or registered owner of a network, and in essence shifts the burden of proof onto the accused.
Khairy and Deputy Higher Education Minister Datuk Saifuddin Abdullah had added their voices to the call to repeal the clause, joining opposition lawmakers already clamouring for the same.
Yesterday, PKR’s Nurul Izzah Anwar said she awaited “the authorities’ speedy action to charge the person held responsible for any posts on the Umno Youth FB Page”, noting that section 114A would be the relevant law.
The prime minister had on Twitter last week said his Cabinet would review the law after several organisations ― including the Malaysian Bar ― chose to black out their websites to signal their opposition to the law.
A day later, however, Information, Communications and Culture Minister Datuk Seri Dr Rais Yatim announced that the law will stay.

TGV 1Shamelin Hantu Gangster: Citibank RM16 tix

My wife and I just went to watch 'Hantu Gangster' today.

We were surprised to learn that there was a Citibank Gold promo - only RM8 per ticket.

RM16 for two.

The cashier said that the RM8 promo and '1-for-1' promo on Saturdays were valid until end of this month August and end of this year respectively.

Did not enjoy watching 'Hantu Gangster'.
It was just another slapstick with excessive exaggerated, boisterous actions.

Monday, August 20, 2012

Time to bury 1969 bloodbath = Time to bury Umno

Son of "most evil" Harun Idris should tell "Tanda Putera" director Datin Paduka Shuhaimi Baba to remove the scene or scenes depicting the May 13 racial riots even though she had reiterated that the character of a prominent DAP leader had not been featured in this film.

Selamat Hari Raya card from Umno PM Najib: PAS!

My Malay friend was "thrilled" to receive a Raya card from the Umno-appointed PM.

Cup-Bon Rolling Ice not so nice @ 1Shamelin TGV

 Had to wait 45 minutes before show started, so ordered two drinks. My wife had Frosty Milk Chocolate Ice (RM5.50). After looking at the menu (and price) I decided to order Cup-Bon Coffee Hazelnut Bon (RM6.50).

 Frankly, the drinks were nothing great. They got too sweet at the bottom.

Nick Chung is the ambassador of Cup-Bon, a supposedly 'Popular Asian Artist' as advertised.
Does a 'Popular Asian Artist' need introduction? ;)

Viva Home: Free WiFi, always RM4.99 Viva Homes

Bought some accessories for the bathroom from Homes.
Overall, quality of stuff is not bad.
If you're a first-time shopper, you can apply for membership program at the cashier and get instant discount for the stuff that you buy.

Click to enlarge for parking info.

Sunday, August 19, 2012

Saturday, August 18, 2012

Restoran Milion Dolar: Ex-Nanking Court Vegetarian

Restoran Milion Dolar, now owned by owned by Milion Dolar FB Sdn Bhd, is ex-Nanking Court Vegetarian Restaurant. Not sure if it has changed hands. Seldom eat here. Food OK.

Thursday, August 16, 2012

Hari Raya season: No handbags, look out for aliens

Funniest festive season crime prevention advisory ever:
1. 'Do not carry handbags in public'.

2. 'Quickly contact the police if you see aliens'.

Who were the clowns who gave this advisory? (No prize for the correct answer).

News link for the above advisory:


Wednesday, August 15, 2012

Discrimination at McDonald's Mid Valley LG Floor?!

Discrimination at McDonald's

Wednesday, 15 August 2012 admin-s

"You Chinese, kan? Tak boleh,"
Lee Yan Lin
On the 9 August 2012, Thursday, I had my dinner at McDonald's at Mid Valley (the one on LG floor, not the one opposite cinema). I went there slightly over 6pm, as the dinner value meals only starts at 6pm. I ordered the "Coca-cola Glass Meal", and as it comes with an ice-cream (sundae), I requested to collect the ice-cream after meal. The lady who was serving me consulted another Malay (I purposely mention her race here; it is pertinent to my case) lady whom I assume to be either the manager or supervisor. To my utter horror, the second lady turned to me and said, "You Chinese, kan? Tak boleh,". I was dumbfounded. All I had asked for was to collect the ice-cream a little later, so what did me being Chinese had to do with anything? It wasn't my first time making such request; other McDonald's outlets I'd been to were perfectly fine with it.
I understand that it was a peak hour. I also understand that because of it, they wanted to reserve the privilege of "double-service" to the Muslims who are fasting. But what I absolutely cannot fathom is why was my race being brought into question? If she had told me something along the line of "I'm sorry, you cannot collect it later because it's peak hour", I am sure I would have had a pleasant dinner instead of having to chew my burger in disgust. What's even funnier is that just a few days ago, the whole nation was said to be united when Dato' Lee claimed Malaysia's first Olympic medal. Now, I'm being discriminated at a fast food outlet simply because I'm not a Muslim and I don't fast. 

And here's the 2nd issue. The lady who was originally serving me gave me a black glass when she was filling up my tray. There's nothing wrong with the glass, ONLY that the one on offer this week (the week ending yesterday) was the RED glass; the black one was offered more than a month ago. When I asked her why the black glass instead of the red, she smiled at me and said, "Oh, you nak yang merah ke??". I'm sorry, but the signboard clearly said the RED one was the one given out this week. Did she think that because I was a child (I have a small frame, but I'm 21 for goodness sake) I am stupid enough to be an easy prey for her to get rid of old stocks? I really don't know.

I sincerely hope that the McDonald's management will look into this matter. If they cannot ensure their employees' work ethics, I do not see how they can continue to operate in a multiracial society like Malaysia.
I wonder if the writer did take note of the names of the lady worker at the counter and her Malay manager. If she did, then the McDonald's management can easily launch an investigation into the conduct of these two employees of McDonald's Mid Valley on LG floor.

Kanna Curry House: Roti canai, fake banana leaves

 Wife craved for roti canai.
So, we went to Kanna PJ.
 Roti canai on fake banana leaves.
 Our drinks - one teh 'si', one Milo 'O' ais
Fish curry, chicken curry and dahl.
I normally takes the dahl as it is filling.
 Table No. 14 on 14/08/12.

If you doubt the 'safety' of these banana leaves, doubt no more.
They have been certified "safe".

Sunday May 20, 2012

Ministry verdict ‘leaves’ restaurants fully relieved


If Malaysia hosted 2020 Olympics, diving @ MACC!


What if Malaysia hosted the 2020 Olympic Games?


Monday, August 13, 2012

No postings tomorrow, August 14: Internet Blackout

Click image for more info or go to #Stop114A.

Sunday, August 12, 2012

Rapist Noor Afizal SO lucky: #BrightFutureRapeOK

Public outrage as national bowler escapes jail for sex with minor

August 12, 2012
KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 12 — A 21-year-old national bowler who was let off with a RM25,000 bond instead of being jailed after he pleaded guilty to statutory rape has sparked a firestorm online over the court’s message on sex with minors even as it raises questions about the Penal Code and other criminal laws.
Incensed Malaysians have taken to Twitter and Facebook in the past few days to vent their outrage against the judiciary after the Court of Appeal was reported to have reversed last Wednesday a High Court decision to jail tenpin bowling ace, Noor Afizal Azizan, for five years — suggesting that fame and a bright future is enough to ensure a convicted offender gets a ticket away from jail. On microblogging site, Twitter, criticism against the appellate court’s decision grew so heated it spurred the creation of a hashtag movement — #BrightFutureRapeOK — on the subject.
“How ‘bright a future’ really?.....even if he brings back the olympics gold medal I’d still want justice be served,” said a Twitter user who called herself Adibah Noor on her account, @adibahnoor.
“Malaysian rapist walks scot-free for being a national bowler. Why. Is. My. Country. So. Messed. Up,” tweeted another cyber citizen identified as Davina Goh on her account, @duuuhvina.
“Justice gets bowled over #BrightFutureRapeOK,” Irwan Abdul Rahman said on his account, @irwanargh.
They were responding to Court of Appeal President Tan Sri Raus Sharif who was reported by state news agency Bernama to have agreed with Noor Afizal’s defence lawyer that public interest would not be served if the athlete was sent to jail as he had a bright future. The decision by the three-man panel — delivered last Wednesday — was unanimous.
The Court of Appeal had ruled to reinstate a Sessions Court sentence to bind over the athlete for good behaviour on a RM25,000 bond for five years after he pleaded guilty to raping the girl, then aged only 13, at a hotel in Ayer Keroh, Malacca at the time of the incident in 2009. Noor Afizal was reported to be 18 then.
Some commentors even took to branding Noor Afizal a paedophile-rapist as they slammed the judiciary for practicing double-standards and giving out what one tweeter suggested was a “licence” for an adult to have sex with a child.
“Whoaa, tuan haji Bright Future. Now that’s 1 big licence to bonk a minor...hehehehe,” said Ahmad Kerp on his Twitter account, @Mr_Kerp.
Statutory rape is when an adult man has sex with a girl under the age of 16, with or without her consent. It is punishable with a jail term of up to 20 years and whipping, as provided under section 375 of the Penal Code.
In Malaysia, a man is considered a full-fledged adult once he reaches 18 years of age and if he commits a crime, he will be judged as a grown-up and not a juvenile.
Child and women advocacy groups, however, appeared have mixed reactions over the issue.
Two children’s rights groups, Childline Malaysia and Yayasan Chow Kit — among the first to slam the Court of Appeal decision — accused the judiciary of sending the wrong message to the public on child sex.
“With due respect to the experience and discretion of the judges, we are concerned that a non-custodial sentence handed down to an adult offender, would trivialise the severity of the crime of statutory rape, and the precedence this would set for adult offenders in current and future statutory rape cases.
“Furthermore, the ambiguity of the reported mitigating reason of the offender having a ‘bright future’ is worrying in the possibility that a child’s right to protection and justice may be sacrificed, despite being a victim,” they said in a joint-statement on Childline’s Facebook page, a day after the Court of Appeal delivered its judgment.
They highlighted that a girl below 16 years old — the age of sexual consent — is not mature enough to make an informed decision about having sex, and requires the law to protect her against sexual predators.
Between 2006 and 2010, more than half a reported 16,159 rape cases involved girls below the age of consent, Childline said citing the Deputy Inspector-General of Police Datuk Seri Khalid Abu Bakar.
Some women groups said they were alarmed by the “light” sentence Noor Afizal was given.
“Our criminal justice system has failed our daughters and granddaughters when it trivializes an act of violence through the sentence that is meted out,” said Lee Wei San, the senior programme officer in the All Women’s Action  Society (AWAM) said in an emailed reply to The Malaysian Insider.
“It has a dehumanising effect which normalises sexual violence and justifies the use (or abuse) of power instead of addressing the needs of our daughters and granddaughters for respect, love and most of all, justice,” she added.
Other women groups were more guarded in expressing outrage.
The Joint Action Group For Gender Equality (JAG), an umbrella body representing six women NGOs — Sisters In Islam (SIS), Women’s Aid Organisation (WAO), AWAM, Women’s Centre for Change, Penang (WCC), Perak Women for Women Society (PWW) and Persatuan Kesedaran Komuniti Selangor (EMPOWER) — merely urged the judges to clarify their reasoning in sentencing Noor Afizal.
The Malaysian Insider understands this is due to the rising rate of minors indulging in sex with their sometimes older partners, or as one women’s rights activist said, colloquially — “Suka sama suka”to mean consensual sex.
“On the surface, the judgement appears to hint at the application of a double standard by implying that anyone with the right ‘credentials’ can commit a crime, and get away with a rap on the knuckles.
“Does it mean that an individual who is perceived to have no future would get a heavier sentence?” JAG said in a joint-statement last Friday as they asked clarify their judgment.
Lawyers told The Malaysian Insider that the court’s decision that provoked such a public uproar is actually allowed in law and that it was commonly invoked by lawyers in defence of their clients who were first time offenders, even if it was not so commonly granted.
Criminal lawyer Sreekant Pillai said that even though section 376 of the Penal Code prescribes a mandatory jail sentence for those convicted of statutory rape, judges held a discretionary power under section 294(1) of the Criminal Procedure Code to release a first time offender on a probation of good behaviour if they decided there were certain mitigating factors.
“Section 294 is something that is being used by lawyers to defend their clients every day because it is available to them. It is a second chance section,” Pillai said.
He added that the provision in the criminal law is not “an outright get-out-of-jail scott-free card” as it was not easily meted out and came with conditions.
Should the convicted offender be found guilty of another offence again within the probation period, he would immediately have to serve a jail sentence besides his bailor having to pay up the bond.
“Don’t they deserve a second chance?” he asked.
Pillai said it was not so easy to criticise the Court of Appeal’s decision as as they must have certain reasons to decide it was better to keep Noor Afizal out of prison than inside.
Civil liberties lawyer, Syahredzan Johan, echoed similar views.
He pointed out that the public should not be so quick to bay for blood and assume that the penalties for statutory rape was created to protect children.
“I would not be so fast to assume that the offence of statutory rape was formulated to protect children.
“Ponder this; a grown woman having sexual intercourse with a boy can never be guilty of statutory rape. How can it be said that this offence was designed to protect children?” he said.
Syahredzan said the recent case showed there was an urgency to relook Malaysia’s archaic and narrow definition of rape under the law, and update the provisions based on current sensibilities.
“Oh definitely we need to relook at our rape laws, its outdated! Like how a husband can never commit rape on his wife. Or how statuory rape does does not cover a woman who has sexual intercourse with a child. Or how the law does not provide for what we call a ‘young man’s defence’ as in the UK, where a young person who honestly thought the female partner was of age only to find out she’s below 16.
“I would go further and say that we need to relook at our Penal Code offences again and review them,” he told The Malaysian Insider in an email.

Saturday, August 11, 2012

Pandelela Malaysia's PRIDE. Porn Chua a SHAME!

For description of photo and comments:

It doesn't matter whether CSL "spoke up" for East Malaysians or he is quoted out of context. Point is, he has no moral right to defend the East Malaysians or even Malaysians for that matter. While in public office, he committed a crime punishable under Section 377A of the Malaysian Penal Code.

Thursday, August 9, 2012

I travel ON foot. I walk: Oh My English! - Astro TVIQ

Wednesday, August 8, 2012

Umno mudah lupa. Umno parti haram, 'makan babi'!


Mantan PM , Tun Mahathir ketika mengulas isu pindaan perlembagaan Umno yang benarkan 60,000 ahli dibenarkan pilih pemimpin dalam pindaan perlembagaan Umno akan datang berkata, tujuannya untuk bendung gejala rasuah yang berakar umbi dalam parti itu sejak turun temurun. Kata beliau seperti yang dipetik daripada mStar online-"JANGAN TERIMA RASUAH, ITU ADALAH SATU PERKARA BESAR, ANDA MAKAN DUIT HARAM MACAM MAKAN BABI.BAGI SAYA ORANG YANG MAKAN DUIT RASUAH, BELI APAPUN IA JADI HARAM, KALAU DIA BELI MAKAN, DIA MACAM MAKAN BABI"

Sewaktu pemilihan pucuk pimpinan Umno yang lalu. Ketua Menteri Melaka, Ali Rustam yang bertanding jawatan Timbalan Presiden umno telah didapati bersalah amalkan politik wang oleh Lembaga Disiplin Umno. Beliau telah dibatalkan pencalonannya untuk kerusi Timbalan Presiden Umno. Begitu juga dengan Khairy Jamaludin juga didapati bersalah oleh Lembaga Disiplin Umno, tapi hanya diberikan amaran saja.Bagaimana pun kesalahan pemimpin Umno yang amalkan rasuah hanya salah pada Lembaga Disiplin Umno, mereka jadi kebal daripada tindakan SPRM, mereka tidak didakwa oleh mana-mana mahkamah.

PM Najib yang turut dituduh terlibat dengan pembelian kapal selam Scorpene juga tidak disiasat oleh SPRM. Aku sokong kenyataan Tun Mahathir mengenai rasuah walaupun beliau dah kembali jadi ahli Umno, kerana kenyataan seperti itu patut jadi tauladan kepada mana-mana pihak tanpa mengira fahaman politik, termasuklah kepada anak beliau yang sekarang ini jadi Timbalan Menteri di MITI.

Rasuah ni tak kenal tok lebai atau pak aji, menteri atau exco, Umno-Bn ataupun Pakatan Rakyat. Kalau duit berlonggok depan mata iman boleh goyang kecuali yang bertakwa kepada Allah. Tindakan Ketua Menteri Pulau Pinang yang tawarkan ganjaran kepada sesiapa yang dapat cungkil dan tangkap perasuah untuk didakwa di mahkamah harus dipuji walaupun beliau bukan seorang Islam. Ini tidak berlaku semasa parti Gerakan perintah Pulau Pinang. Kepada Pas dan pimpinannya jangan cuba-cuba nak mendekati rasuah yang dikutuk Allah itu , hidup anda tak akan selamat. Contohilah gaya hidup TGNA dan TGHA yang rumah mereka adalah rumah biasa yang tak bernilai ratusan ribu dan jutaan ringgit.


Monday, August 6, 2012

Humiliated? Why so proud, Shahrizat? I also a cow!

Former minister Shahrizat Abdul Jalil described in detail in the High Court in Kuala Lumpur today her humiliation at being called "Cow minister of the year" by parliamentarian and PKR Wanita chief Zuraida Kamaruddin.

Shahrizat should ukur baju di badan sendiri (measure yourself up) as per Dr M's advice:
“If we feel it is necessary to quit for the sake of party, we quit. When I wanted to quit, I didn’t ask anyone. I hope others do the same. Don’t wait for people to chase you off. Yes, ukur baju di badan sendiri (measure yourself up).” - Mahathir when asked if Shahrizat should resign.

Lee lost: Man dies. SS2 Kayu nasi kandar still free!

Lin Dan consoles Lee Chong Wei after the match.
KUCHING - A man died while watching the intense badminton match between national player Datuk Lee Chong Wei and China's Lin Dan in a coffeeshop in Serian some 60km from here.
The man, who was eating a bowl of kolok mee, suddenly collapsed in the crowded shop as Lin Dan was celebrating his victory after the hard-fought battle.
"He was seen cheering during the first set but after Lin Dan won, he collapsed and never regained consciousness.
"We are still trying to identify him and trace his family.
"The only information we have is that he was from Taman Angreik," said Serian police chief DSP Mohd Jamali Umi.

Monday August 6, 2012

Free nasi kandar still on the menu

Sunday, August 5, 2012

Syed Mokthar eyes the big one. Najib favours Syed!

Umno President says, Country’s wealth must be distributed in balanced manner.

But everyone knows the rich getting richer and Syed Mokhtar like a king, says senior Umno MP.

Now, Syed Mokthtar eyes the big one.

Rosmah, cheerleader FLOM. Chong Wei vs Lin Dan

August 04, 2012
File photo of Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor.
KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 4 — Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor, wife of Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak and Badminton Association of Malaysia patron, is leaving for London tonight, the New Straits Times reported today.
She will be in London to support Datuk Lee Chong Wei in the London 2012 Olympics badminton final match where he will meet China's Lin Dan. It is generally seen as Malaysia’s likeliest chance for a gold medal, with Lee only managing a silver in the same event at the last Beijing Olympics.

Saturday, August 4, 2012

Restoran Sri Paandi (PJ): NICE banana LEAF RICE

Every Wednesday, this restaurant serves 'mork' yoghurt curry.

This meal only cost RM9-RM10.

Private eye Bala, Altantuya, Najib, Nazim, Deepak?

I fear for my life, says private eye Bala
  • Hazlan Zakaria & Salhan K Ahmad
  • 8:23AM Aug 4, 2012
EXCLUSIVE Despite being able to visit Malaysia periodically since fleeing the country four years ago, private investigator P Balasubramaniam still fears for his life.

The former police officer told Malaysiakini in an interview last month, "I can come back, but come back (for visits) only. I am not safe here... Here in Malaysia, I am not safe. So many things can happen, accidents can happen...".

NONEWhile Balasubramaniam did not name the people he feared, he said they were those in power who could commit abuses with impunity, adding that they could do so because the power was with them - hence they could do whatever they wanted and we couldn't fight (them).

However, he is glad that his wife and three children are now safe in India, saying, "My family is okay. They are outside (the country)."

Asked why he had come back to Kuala Lumpur and gave an interview to Malaysiakini despite his fears, he said he wanted to set things right after his earlier misadventures and he just wanted to tell Malaysians that because the country's 13th general election was near and we had to change (the government)."

He stressed that his intention was to tell the truth as he felt ashamed by his second statutory declaration (SD) - made scarcely 24 hours after his first one in which he claimed his earlier sworn statement was made under duress and said, "I have been wanting to tell the truth, but I kept quiet (until now) because I wanted to save my family. Once my family is safe, they can do anything to me. Let them. My family is more important."

Money was secondary
He explained that while any normal person, himself included, would be tempted by the RM5 million offered to him to sign the second SD, he explained that monetary considerations were not what influenced him to do what he did, saying, "The thing is not money, the thing is the fear they put (into me)."

NONEBalasubramaniam claimed that businessman Deepak Jaikishan (right) and a police officer called Suresh strong-armed him into signing the second SD on July 2, 2008 by threatening his family and recalled that when he was confronted by Deepak and Suresh, who asked him to renounce the first SD - the first SD linked then deputy prime minister Najib Abdul Razak to slain Mongolian woman Altantuya Shaariibuu - which he revealed at a press conference that day, he received a call from his wife about two men in a car stationed in front of their Rawang home.

According to Balasubramaniam, Deepak then told him that the men were military intelligence officers and that they would leave the house as soon as the private investigator did what they wanted.

Later that day, when Balasubramaniam was taken to meet a ‘datuk', who the private eye claimed was Najib's younger brother Nazim, that person had also asked him to do as Deepak demanded - it was this implied threat against his family that Balasubramaniam said drove him to sign the second SD and flee the country.

Balasubramaniam said that now he was determined to come clean to redeem himself in the eyes of the Malaysian public.


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