Sunday, June 29, 2014

PAS must take the MB seat

Rise in politicians seeking help from the occult

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KUALA LUMPUR: His physical appearance was shocking. The prominent politician’s body was marred by
an unknown skin disease that had been bothering him for months. The blisters and skin abscess on his
body would not go away with the application of medication from skin specialists.
In the closed-door meeting between this politician and exorcist Gao Tian Ba, who goes by the name
Golden Dragon King, the assemblymen wanted to know if he was a victim of black magic.
Gao related this incident to illustrate the point that it is common for politicians to cast spells and curses
on one another.
“Seven out of 10 politicians who sought my help had suffered from some form of illness caused by black
magic spells cast by their opponents, whether it is from the same political party or from the opposition,”
he says.
Businessmen, on the other hand, would have Gao bless objects such as paintings or other decorative
items before displaying them in their business premises. This is ostensibly to bring good luck and to ward
off evil spirits.
Political and business magnates also consult Gao on matters pertaining to moving up the political ladder,
reinforcing the power they possess and obtaining more wealth and power.
Asked to relate the spells and curses commonly cast on politicians, Gao said: “When they go to bed, the
moment they close their eyes they see shadowy figures in human form and some strange and horrifying
images.”
Physical symptoms from such spells are headache, sinus, body pain, hair fall, darkened face resembling
a sun-tan, and skin diseases like abscesses and blisters. In some cases, family members are not spared.
The spell or curse can be cast in various ways. One way is to pass a black magic potion to the maid of
the targeted person to combine it with the food for the family.
Gao helps his clients on two conditions: he will not reveal the identity of the person who cast the spell and
he will not retaliate in the same manner.
In the last three years, Gao said he has seen an increase in the number of visits from politicians. “Some
senior government people asked me which states would win and what the margins of victory would be.
And whether they could win back the states they had lost in previous elections,” Gao says.
He says his politician clients come from all races and some from East Malaysia, and they are from both
sides of the political divide.
Gao sees about 300 to 400 visitors daily. He insists on only practicing “white” magic, but some politicians
and businessmen would still try their luck at persuading him to cast black magic spells and curses with
bundles of cash amounting to RM2.5 million coupled with bungalow and luxury cars.
“I went to see the bungalow with a politician, who promised to give it to me if I helped him to cast black
magic on his opponents. I turned it down, because people who use black magic on others will not live
well for the rest of their lives,” Gao says.
When politician or businessmen are going through lean spells and considering black magic, Gao has
only one advice for them: do no harm to others and do not bad-mouth them.
According to Gao, some politicians disappeared from the political landscape because of black magic,
whether it be from the unbearable stress caused by the curses from rivals or from having cast them
on other people.
This article was first published in the April 19, 2014 issue of The Heat.
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Selangor MB unfazed by pressure on him to step down

He is under siege from his own colleagues in Pakatan Rakyat, in particular over the water woes in Selangor, but Mentri Besar Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim remains defiant, fending off calls for him to step down.
He is under siege from his own colleagues in Pakatan Rakyat, in particular over the water woes in Selangor, but Mentri Besar Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim remains defiant, fending off calls for him to step down.
  
PETALING JAYA: Selangor Mentri Besar Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim is facing mounting pressure from his
Pakatan Rakyat colleagues to step down from his job but he remains unfazed.
After his humiliating defeat in PKR division polls, Khalid has come under siege for a host of other
contentious issues, including the unresolved matter of seized Bibles and the return of water woes in
the state.
Khalid has responded by slamming his critics, including DAP and PKR leaders who had demanded
for his resignation.
He stressed that even if he were to lose in the PKR deputy presidential race, it would not mean that
he should step down as the mentri besar.
“There was never a clause to say if you fail in your party elections, you have to resign as mentri besar.
“For example, if you lose as MP, then you cannot be a minister. That is okay. But if you are an MP, you
remain as an MP until the next general election,” he said.
Khalid also said that the PKR election system was flawed, as there was a blackout during the Kuala
Selangor votes tallying process, which resulted in him losing to former Kapar MP S. Manikavasagam.
“I joined PKR as I wanted to be part of a party that champions the rights of the people in line with the
democratic values.
“But sadly, I see some flaws, especially in the process of counting votes and this is a serious issue for
a party like PKR.”
In an immediate response, PKR adviser Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim said the post of mentri besar was
not “personal property”.
In a statement urging all state assemblymen and party leaders to respect the rules and conduct related
to the matter, he said:
“The position of the mentri besar is not the personal agenda nor property of any individual but is the result
of a decision of PKR’s and Pakatan Rakyat, with the blessings of the Sultan.”
Khalid, who is in a three-way fight for the deputy presidency against incumbent Azmin Ali and secretary-general
Datuk Saiffudin Nasution, said a thorough investigation was needed to find out if there were elements of
sabotage in the electoral process.
Manikavasagam, who was suspended but reinstated recently, secured 701 votes against Khalid’s 515 votes
to win the division with his team winning key posts as well and the Youth and Wanita wings.
PKR election committee chairman Datuk Johari Abdul confirmed that there was a power outage during the
vote tallying process but denied there was any tampering of votes.
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THERE ARE MANY FRUSTRATION AND CONCERN WITHIN SELANGOR AND WE SELANGORIANS GOT 
TO GIVE THANKS TO ANWAR AND AZMIN ALI.
IF THESE TWO ARE NOT IN DESPERATE NEED OF CASH AND PROJECTS TO STOP FROM BEING 
SUE THEN WE SELANGORIANS ARE LIVING IN A VERY BORING STATE OF MIND.
WE ACTUALLY NEED THESE TWO TO BREAK UP THE COALITION TO FIGHT BN COME NEXT 
GENERAL ELECTION.
AS NOT EVERYONE IS AWARE, THERE IS A POKER SESSION AND BETS GOING ON WITHIN PKR AS 
TO HOW LONG MORE MB KHALID CAN SURVIVE IN THIS HEATED GAME.
THIS POKER GAME WAS PLANNED IN MECCA WITH ROZALI ISMAIL, UMNO AND AZMIN ALI, WHO FLEW 
IN A PRIVATE JET.  DAP AS USUAL GOT SUCK INTO THE PICTURE WITH PROMISES OF GOLDEN LAND 
AND PROJECTS.  PAS ON THE OTHER HAND ONLY GOT A PAT ON THE SHOULDER FOR BEING A GOOD 
BOY. I TOLD YOU THE MALAYS ARE STUPID.
WELL THE LATEST NEWS IS MB KHALID WILL HAVE TO LEAVE BY AUGUST OR SOMETHING BAD WILL 
HAPPEN.
KNOWING HOW MAD AND CRAZY THE MALAYS ARE MB KHALID WILL HAVE TO THINK ABOUT THE 
WELFARE OF HIS LIFE AND HIS FAMILY.
SO WILL PAS BE STUPID AND LET ANWAR AND AZMIN ALI EAT THE WEALTH FROM SELANGOR AND 
GIVE THEM CRUMBS.  CERTAIN PEOPLE ARE WAITING FOR EITHER HADI OR KHALID TO DIE.  SO ONCE 
AGAIN WE SELANGORIANS ARE CAUGHT IN THE DEEP BLUE SEA AND THIS TIME KNOWING HOW AZMIN ALI 
WORKS, WE ARE TOTALLY FINISH.
BY THE WAY WHY NO PKR MEMBERS ASK ABOUT THE RM20 MILLION AZMIN ALI TOOK AS POCKET MONEY?


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