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Friday, November 30, 2012
Wednesday, November 28, 2012
Articles by Raja Petra Kamarudin:
Saturday, November 24, 2012
Big bowl (above): RM6.50
Small bowl: RM5.50
If I'm not mistaken, this bowl of wan tan only comes in 10. Price: RM7.00 per bowl.
So, if you're alone and wish to eat wan tan, you'll have to eat 10 pieces of wan tan.
Apparently, the lady boss said wan tan was expensive.
Thursday, November 22, 2012
By Vladimir Hernandez BBC Mundo, Montevideo
In 2010, his annual personal wealth declaration - mandatory for officials in Uruguay - was $1,800 (£1,100), the value of his 1987 Volkswagen Beetle.
Saturday, November 17, 2012
Tuesday, November 13, 2012
Singapore university terminates sex blogger’s scholarship
November 13, 2012
KUALA LUMPUR, Nov 13 ― The National University of Singapore (NUS) has terminated the scholarship of sex blogger Alvin Tan, the republic’s Straits Times newspaper reported today.
But the Malaysian student was not expelled from NUS.
Instead, he will have to pay full, unsubsidised fees as a foreign student if he wants to complete his final year of law school.
The newspaper said that the punishment meted out to the 24-year-old had been a subject of much speculation since NUS announced last week that it would not be revealing the details of the penalty because disciplinary proceedings were private.
Yesterday, Singapore Education Minister Heng Swee Keat described the behaviour of Tan, who is a scholarship student in the republic, as “reprehensible and unbecoming of a scholar”.
Heng was responding in Singapore’s Parliament to MPs who demanded to know what punishment had been meted out by the National University of Singapore (NUS) to Tan.
NUS had drawn public ire for its refusal to disclose how it is punishing the sex-blogging Malaysian scholar whom it found guilty of damaging its reputation.
Tan, the 24-year-old Asean scholar studying law at NUS, is at the centre of a controversy after he and his girlfriend posted in a joint blog photographs and videos of themselves having sex. He had been hauled up for disciplinary action last month.
Tan, a final-year law student, had apologised to NUS for “bringing disrepute” to the school but has insisted that what he did was done in his “own personal time as a private individual and not an NUS student”.
He also maintained that his action was a “victimless crime” and did not harm anyone.
The NUS student had said explicit photos and videos of himself and his girlfriend, Vivian Lee, going viral were “exciting”, according to Yahoo! Singapore.
On the site “Sumptuous Erotica”, Tan and Lee said they loved posting details of their sex life on the web “for everyone to enjoy” and that they uploaded only self-made content.
The blog has since been taken down.
Tan went to Singapore under an ASEAN scholarship in 2004 and attended Xinmin Secondary School and Raffles Junior College before he went to NUS.
He is based in Kuala Lumpur, where he has an online business. His mother helps to run a family business, while his father works in sales.
The couple also faces the possibility of criminal prosecution and jail time if convicted for exhibiting obscene material after they posted photographs and videos of themselves having sex on their blog.
Malaysian Police Commercial Crimes chief Datuk Syed Ismail Syed Azizan said recently that the authorities were considering taking action against the duo for violation of obscenity laws.
Under Section 292 of the Penal Code, the couple could be prosecuted for exhibiting obscene material.
The punishment under the law is imprisonment for a term of up to three years or a fine
Monday, November 12, 2012
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Wednesday, November 7, 2012
The Malaysian Insider reports:
HUFF POST REPORTS:
Sunday, November 4, 2012
Transcript: Why Nazri is not worried
|8:52PM Nov 1, 2012|
He said that if a certain opposition figure (name withheld due to legal reasons) is not worried about a leaked video purportedly depicting himself having a tryst with a foreign sex worker, then there is no reason why he should be.
Reporters had questioned Mohd Nazri at his office after the allegation on the Hummer was exposed by PKR leaders at the Parliament lobby today.
The full transcript follows:
Nazri: He (Rafizi Ramli) got no locus standi.
Reporters: (Batu MP) Tian Chua and (Ampang MP) Zuraida (Kamaruddin) were there also.
Then bring him to Parliament lah.
We can show the stuff that they (PKR) have done.
I saw. If it is an offence... Ask Tian Chua to ask me... If it is an offence report to the police... If I have done any offence, report me to the MACC.
Basically they just said it is a conflict of interest.
Who asked the questions?
All three of them (Zuraida, Tian Chua and Rafizi).
No, no, in Parliament, who asked the question?
First time was Tian Chua (who raised the issue) in question-and-answer session.
Then who is the minister in-charge of... so, who give me the question?
They are saying if your son has links with Michael Chia, then you should not have stood up and defend them...
No, no, no. I'm the minister. I've got no personal interest. When he asked that question, I didn't even know what question was coming. It was (the) committee-level debate.
There was also (a) written answer if I'm not mistaken.
That (question was answered) under my name, of course, and what conflict of interest do I have? I don't have any conflict of interest.
And I have no control of the MACC. I can't tell the MACC to drop cases. They are independent.
So because I have no power to do that, how can I be bribed? I cannot do something which they want me to do.
And in Parliament, you must understand, answers come from the MACC, not from me. I don't even know that... when they asked about Michael Chia, the answer came from the MACC, I don't even know that Michael Chia was not arrested, but the answer came from the MACC. I don't know anything.
What about the claim that you were talking on behalf of (Hong Kong's) Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC), saying that the ICAC has cleared them of the charges?
That's the answer from the MACC. You see, our system, you know what, first of all, I don't even know the questions that were going to be asked because it was not planned, it was committee-level debate.
When I was answering, they stood up and asked me. So I'm the minister, I have to answer. The answer all came from the MACC.
Okay, all things aside, whether or not the car is registered under Michael Chia's name...
I don't know. It is between my son and Michael Chia... Anyway, if my son drives a car of Michael Chia, what has that got to do with me? What has that got to do with me? He is not a kid below 21 years old, he is an adult.
They are saying that Dato Seri Shahrizat has claimed the same thing and now it has caused her...
Yeah, that's what they are trying to do... but what have I done? I don't know.
But the thing is, you see, even though you can say that it is not your fault, nothing to do with you and all that, but when it comes out in media, you know how the public would view this kind of... it doesn't sound nice...
It doesn't bother me a bit. (laughs)
Like Shahrizat's case, she said: “I don't know anything about my husband… ”
That's husband and wife. I don't sleep with my son. I'm not gay (reporters laugh). My son is not my wife, my son is not my lover, I don't sleep with him.
What he does, he doesn't tell me. It is different from husband and wife, okay? Why are you so worried?
Not to say worried; I'm just saying that it does not sound nice in public, then the public... and people will start talking.
Let it be, let it be. You press Wikipedia, 'Nazri Aziz', what come out? All sorts of things. I'm still a minister, my friend, okay? It is not going to hurt me one bit. I'm not affected by gutter politics.
Do you know Michael Chia?
I know him also. You see, there must be this difference, okay. If I'm a High Court judge, and Michael Chia appears before me and my son drives his car, then I'm in trouble.
I'm not a judge in Michael Chia's case. I'm not even the investigator. The MACC is (the investigator) in Michael Chia's case. I'm a minister replying in Parliament.
They claimed that the ICAC has not cleared (Michael Chia), and the ICAC closed the case because they didn't get any cooperation from Malaysia, from the MACC.
No, no, it was a donation... This one, you don't ask me. You must ask the Attorney-General's Chambers, you must ask the MACC.
You know I'm not their spokesperson. I only replied what they gave me. They are independent body, I got no control over the MACC, I got no control over the AG. So how can I be influencing them?
I can't and all those replies in Parliament, you know, are answers given by the MACC, not my personal answers.
You must understand the system. The AG and the chief commissioner of the MACC, they cannot appear in Parliament, they have got no locus standi.
You are the spokesperson?
With their consent. All my answers, anything about the MACC and AG's Chambers, all from them like people who get angry with me (when) I said secular state. That's AG.
People get angry with me because I say Pati (illegal migrants) in Sabah is not a threat. That is security council punya jawab (answer). Kalau PM jawab, PM kena marah. I'm okay, I have no problem. It's part and parcel of my job.
As de facto law minister, although just reading out answer from different agencies, do you see yourself influential because your reply carries weight... ?
I'm a very influential person. I'm a very influential man. There's no doubt about it, very important too.
I'm not scared at all, I did nothing wrong. Those replies came from Parliament. I was merely doing my job, discharging my duties and responsibility.
So you won't consider suing Rafizi then?
What for? Let him be a trumpet blower. Anyway, I don't really want to answer him because he's not an MP.
I think if Tian Chua was there only to let him (Rafizi) make a statement at (the) parliament (lobby), because he's not a member of Parliament, he cannot make a statement here, he's just a wannabe. Make sure you're an MP first, then come to talk to me.
Anyway, even in the Parliament, (during) debates... Ketua Pembangkang (Opposition Leader), that's my level. But of course, MPs ask me, they ask. But this guy, no way.
If one day, he enters Parliament as an MP, he'll bash you.
Suruh dia masuk parliament dulu la. (Tell me him to enter Parliament first). I don't want to stoop low and deal with him, okay?
But since you all come and ask, I just say lah. It's not even a mosquito bite. I'm sorry. If you all come here thinking I'll be upset, far from it.
But do you know about the Hummer?
That's between my son and Michael Chia. I know Michael Chia.
So you confirm Hummer really exists...
Kalau dia nak bagi Hummer ke, Ferrari ke, itu Michael Chia punya pasal lah, bukan bagi dekat I (If he wants to give a Hummer, or a Ferrari, that's Michael Chia's business. He's not giving it to me). I'm the minister, not my son, okay?
So you confirm that the Hummer really exists.
Buat apa nak confirm. Gambar dah ada. You pergi tanya anak I. (Why should I confirm it? The pictures are there. You go ask my son.)
As I've said, I don't sleep with my son, okay? I'm not gay and I'm not incestuous.
Do you see a problem (with the fact) that your son (drives) Michael Chia's car?
Why is it a problem? It's between him and Michael. Go and find Michael lah. Go and find Michael.
Is there a problem?
You can ask him lah if there's a problem. I don't drive the car. Mine is WVJ 6. Everyday I come here, WVJ 6. Wealth, victory and justice. Some people say 'wisdom', I don't want (wisdom).
You prefer wealth to wisdom?
I prefer wealth. That's why I'm rich. I can afford a lot of things but certainly it's not NFC's (National Feedlot Corporation's) money.
I know you don't care about gutter politics and that this is not even a mosquito bite to you. But do you think this issue would harm BN in the election?
Why harm BN? Why BN? What about (an opposition figure's) picture screwing (a) Chinese prostitute and all that? That one don't harm... is what is happening to me worse than that? Huh? Is it worse ah? Is it worse?
If (the opposition figure) is not worried, why should I be worried about this? Your picture all over town, in the cyber world, f***ing this prostitute from China. He's not worried, why should I worry about this. You can quote me on this.
You ask me if I'm worried, on whether it will harm BN. What I'm saying is that this picture of (the opposition figure) screwing this Chinese prostitute going all over the cyberworld, he's not worried. My question is: should I be worried?
(Question inaudible, muffled by other reporters' chatter) The way you answer ...
I don't care. Why are you so worried?
I need to confirm again, you know (of) the Hummer?
No need, the pictures are there. You go ask my son. I cannot be responsible for my son. I don't screw him, I don't sleep with him. He sleeps with his wife, he's got a kid. So whatever he does, I don't know. I know Michael Chia, I'm not worried.
If the allegations really exist?
Go report police lah. Why do you (hold) a PC (press conference)? Right or not? You know anything about me, why you make PC? Publicity seeker lah, cheap publicity. Go report police lah, MACC.
If your son is really guilty...
Guilty of what?
If he really committed...
Committed what? Do you know what you are talking about? Committed what? Kiss a girl?
Conflict of interest?
Conflict of interest? But he is not a minister.
But he is related to you.
He's my son. I have no power over MACC. I have no power on AG's Chambers. How can I? And all those questions, answers, came from MACC. How can I be compromised? I cannot be compromised.
It's not my answer, it's the answer of SPRM. You must understand that. It's not my answer, all these answers are from MACC. If I said Michael Chia was not arrested, that was the answer from MACC, not me. I'm not the investigator, I didn't investigate.
If AG said, if I answer in Parliament that ICAC has already closed the case, that is the answer from AG's Chambers. Not my answer.
I see your point.
So don't worry, I'll still be around.
But you're not going to stand in elections, right?
What has this got to do with ... aiyo ... It's not connected, the question.
That's why when you see me, when someone asks (me a question in Parliament), I stand up and the I look around, because I'm waiting for the answer from the officers. It's not my answer.
Are you concerned that your son and his family are being followed?
I'm a rich man, I'm powerful, good looking. (reporters giggle) Wealthy. So what can I do? My son ask, 'Pa, is it...' I say, 'Look, you are my son.'
Will you lodge a police on your son being followed?
Why should I? It doesn't bother me. I'm popular, I have a film star punya status here you know? Celebrity. Bukan film star local, Hollywood punya (laughs).
No, but there is nothing I can do, (if) they want to follow.
And if Rafizi lodges a report with MACC?
What kind of question it that? He wants to report, he report lah. You know, he's a clarinet player, he told me in his tweet.
In Malay College (Kuala Kangsar), when he (enrolled), I was not around, but those who play the clarinet are jambu, you know. Ni jambu punya style la.
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