Friday, February 27, 2015

Beware of this Islamic Converter


Dr Wan Azizah initiated the application to make sure that Anwar would remain the Opposition Leader and to make sure that Azmin cannot take over as Opposition Leader. Furthermore, this is also to avoid a by-election, which Dr Wan Azizah feels they cannot win unless PAS supports them. This is crucial because PAS is stronger in that constituency than PKR is.
Raja Petra Kamarudin
Two days after returning from his London trip where he created a furore regarding his reported meeting with Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad — and which he denied — Selangor Menteri Besar Azmin Ali triggered another furore today by visiting the de facto PKR Leader, Anwar Ibrahim, in the Sungai Buloh prison.
It was a four-eyes meeting, what we would normally call a tête-à-tête. Therefore only they know what was discussed, unless there was a bug under the table or you happen to have been the fly on the wall.
Nevertheless, Malaysia being Malaysia, the more people do not know the details the more they would jump to conclusions and make their own assumptions based on speculation and wishful thinking.
The question being asked is was Azmin in Sungai Buloh to explain to Anwar that he did not meet Dr Mahathir in London? Or was he meeting Anwar to brief the latter the details of the London meeting in the event there was a meeting? Or did Azmin meet Dr Mahathir in London at the behest of Anwar and was Azmin in Sungai Buloh to give Anwar a progress report?
And if the meeting between Azmin and Dr Mahathir did happen and if it was at the behest of Anwar what was the purpose of the meeting?
Some say Dr Mahathir wants to team up with Anwar to topple Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak but I would categorise that as wishful thinking because even if Dr Mahathir is pissed with Najib he detests Anwar even more.
Yes, questions upon questions and the more questions with no answers the more people will creatively come up with their own answers. But then is this not the Malaysian thing to do?
Another very interesting question is how did Azmin get to meet Anwar when clearly the prison rules do not allow it, as you can see below. Is Anwar a normal prisoner or a VVIP prisoner who needs not follow the prison rules like everyone else?
If Anwar is VVIP enough to be allowed an exemption of the prison rules then surely he need not be put in a hot and stifling hard-floor cell but can be allowed to sleep in the hospital wing on a bed with a mattress and a fan to keep him cool, like he did the first time around from September 1998 to September 2004.
Anyway, maybe the Minister-in-charge can enlighten us regarding the different status of prisoners. Or does the Minister know nothing because the Director is doing things without any reference to the Ministry? Or is the Director corrupt and is being paid a bribe to close both eyes, as is the normal culture in Malaysia where money can close many eyes. I think the Minister should respond before his enemies, and he has many, start accusing him of being bribed by Anwar.
Interesting, is it not? And they scream that all these allegations of corruption and abuse of power are opposition lies and not true one bit.
Anyway, if I wanted to speculate and if I was asked to speculate as to the reason why Azmin went to Sungai Buloh to meet Anwar for a one-to-one, four-eyes meeting with no bugs and fly on the wall around, I would discount all of the above. Instead I would have my own theory.
It seems, according to Anwar’s lawyers — and which they did announce — Anwar does not want to apply for a pardon. If not then he would more or less be confessing to the crime he has been accused of.
It was his wife, Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail, who initiated the application for a pardon. And it seems Anwar is not too happy with this.
Dr Wan Azizah initiated the application to make sure that Anwar would remain the Opposition Leader and to make sure that Azmin cannot take over as Opposition Leader. Furthermore, this is also to avoid a by-election, which Dr Wan Azizah feels they cannot win unless PAS supports them. This is crucial because PAS is stronger in that constituency than PKR is.
Azmin took a great risk by going to Sungai Buloh to meet Anwar. HRH the Sultan of Selangor may not be too pleased with this so Azmin may have to seek an audience with HRH to explain the reason for the visit.
Of course, if Azmin can explain to HRH that the purpose of the visit was to tell Anwar that he is not too happy about Dr Wan Azizah’s move to block him from taking over as the Opposition Leader then HRH might see that visit as positive rather than negative.
On the other hand, Azmin can always tell HRH to mind his own business but I doubt Azmin will do that. After all, Azmin did promise HRH that he would be HRH’s Menteri Besar and not Anwar’s Menteri Besar.
But then I am only speculating and was not the fly on the wall so take what I say as just that: speculation. This is not an ‘I told you so’ article.
Lawatan Penjara

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Thursday, February 26, 2015

Help Thy Neighbour

After the 13th GE what has our politicians being doing?
I still see broken drains.
I still see pot holes.
I still rubbish everywhere.
I still see the mismanagement of public transport.
I still see politicians trying to UP each other to see who is a better boss.
There are still many things left untouched, undesired, unthinkable etc .........
Best to sum all is that our politicians have forgotten to SERVE THE RAKYAT.
Today no politicians work to serve but only to spend money and time screwing each other.
Today I am going to give credit to UMNO for doing the right thing after 13th GE.
For once they are not going to contest in Chempaka instead they are going to use the money to concentrate on flood recovery as well as give aid to affected residents in KELANTAN.
Folks I voted for PR in the 13th GE and what do I get.
Anwar, PKR and DAP screwed Kajang voters.
Anwar, PKR and DAP screwed ex-MB Khalid.
Anwar, PKR and DAP screwed PAS.
Anwar, PKR and DAP screwed the Nation.

Tuesday, February 24, 2015

Retarded Muslim in Malaysia getting out of hand

A 14-year-old schoolboy has alleged that he was locked up in a room in an Islamic missionary centre in Negri Sembilan for more than three hours.

S Thiyaggurudeen said he was locked up before being forced by two of his teachers to lodge a police report against his Hindu father, who is trying to change the boy's religion from Islam to Hindu.

The boy, who goes to a school near Port Dickson said two Muslim teachers took him out of the school on Feb 13 and made him drink some 'air penawar' before forcing him to sign the police report blindly.

He was forced to sign the police report against his father at the Lukut police station, the boy said.

In Malay traditions, 'air penawar' commonly refers to water which is prayed over giving it healing properties.

He related this in a police report he lodged on Feb 17 on the incident, sent to Malaysiakini by PKR leader S Jayathas.

The boy said he was taken to the missionary centre where he was grilled for more than three hours by a group who claimed to be Islamic affairs department officers.

He was eventually rescued by his father who managed to track down the boy's whereabouts.

The teenager is still listed as a Muslim on his MyKad identity card although his father is a Hindu and his mother an Indonesian Muslim.

His father, S Ganesan, had applied to the Syariah Court to change his son's religion but was told he needed to wait until the boy is 18 years of age to obtain his consent.

Hindu, Muslim, back to Hindu

Ganesan said the police report the two teachers forced his son to sign alleged that Ganesan had been physically abusing the boy since 2012 to ensure the boy left Islam.

"Until now, I have not received an explanation from the school as to why the teachers acted in such a manner," an unhappy Ganesan told Malaysiakini.

Ganesan himself was once Muslim. He converted to Islam when he married a Muslim woman in 1982 but was successful with his apostasy application in 1987 along with his wife and three kids.

His second wife, an Indonesian Muslim, left for Indonesia with the couple's second child after divorcing him.

Thiyaggurudeen is the eldest child from Ganesan's second marriage and has faced problems with his identity card and birth certification ever since.

Ganesan tracked down his son after being tipped off by a security guard at his son's school.

Both the teachers, when confronted, denied any suggestion that they took the boy anywhere, Ganesan said.

Teachers or religious officials?

"About three weeks before the incident, the school had acknowledged my request not to teach my son Islamic Studies after I explained his status and his situation to them," he further said.

Ganesan said he lodged a police report regarding his son's ordeal on the night of Feb 13, while Thiyaggurudeen lodged his own police report at the Seremban police station on Feb 17.

Jayathas said that the teachers had acted in an "improper manner" by bringing the child about without the father's consent.

"There is rule of law in this land. There is no need for teachers to behave like religious officials," he said.

Malaysia Shameless so-called 'first lady'

Critics tear their hair over Malaysia PM's wife

The wife of Malaysia's prime minister, who is widely mocked over reports of her taste for luxury, drew fresh scorn on Tuesday after she complained about the rising cost of house calls from hairdressers and tailors.
Rosmah Mansor, 63, is a controversial figure in Malaysia, where she is routinely portrayed by critics as out of touch with ordinary citizens struggling to make ends meet.
The wife of Prime Minister Najib Razak handed her critics new fuel with comments on Monday lamenting the 1,200 ringgit ($330) she has to spend on house calls by stylists to dye her substantial head of hair, and 500 ringgit for tailored dresses.
Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak (C-L) arrives with his wife Rosmah Mansor for an official dinner in Nusa Dua, on Indonesia's island of Bali, in October ...
Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak (C-L) arrives with his wife Rosmah Mansor for an official dinner in Nusa Dua, on Indonesia's island of Bali, in October 2013 ©Dita Alangkara (Pool/AFP/File)
"We have to make beautiful clothes to attend functions, but the prices are way too high. For those who can afford, it's all right. But what about housewives like us, with no income?" she was quoted as saying by the Malaysian Insider news portal.
Malaysia's minimum wage is 900 ringgit per month, though critics say it is seldom enforced.
Rosmah made the comments at a public event to discuss the introduction of a new consumer tax in April.
"Is this woman for real? Some families have to live on what she pays to have her hair dyed," said one Facebook user, among a flood of social media postings poking fun at her on Tuesday.
Said a post on Twitter: "I hope to become a poor housewife of a civil servant just like you Rosmah."
Since her husband took office in 2009, Rosmah has faced periodic criticism over reports of luxury overseas shopping sprees.
The New York Times ran a report earlier this month detailing purchases of high-end US real estate by people close to Najib, and said it also had obtained documents showing millions of dollars in jewellery purchases for Rosmah.
In a statement to AFP after the New York Times report, the prime minister's office said "We prefer not to comment on unsourced speculation concerning the private finances and spending of the prime minister and his family."
Malaysian police on February 14 seized a shipment of books lampooning Najib and Rosmah by one of the country's best-known political cartoonists.
Last year an opposition lawmaker was charged with sedition for producing a satirical video that included a character widely viewed as representing Rosmah.
Malaysia's first lady, Rosmah Mansor, pictured during an interview with AFP, in Putrajaya, in 2009

Lost but not forgotten

Missing MH370 data 'strongly suggests' the Malaysia Airlines jet was deliberately flown off course towards ANTARCTICA, experts tell new documentary

  • New documentary tries to find out what happened to flight MH370
  • Satellite data suggests plane flew for hours after losing contact
  • Expert says it 'strongly suggests' it was deliberately flown off course
  • Australian search co-ordinator confident MH370 will be found by May 
  • Flight vanished on March 8, 2014 travelling from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing

Flight MH370 may have been deliberately flown off course by someone in the cockpit, a new documentary claims.
Aviation disaster experts have analysed satellite data from the lost Malaysian Airlines flight and discovered that the plane flew on for hours after losing contact.

Careful examination of the evidence has revealed that MH370 made three turns after the last radio call, first a turn to the left, then two more, taking the plane west, then south towards Antarctica.

According to Malcolm Brenner, a world's leading expert in the causes of aviation disasters, those turns 'strongly suggest' someone in the cockpit deliberately flew MH370 off course.

'This accident has caught the attention of the world in a way I have not seen in a forty-year career in aviation,' Mr Brenner says. 

The claims are being made in a new National Geographic documentary out next month where Mr Brenner and a team of experts try to solve the mystery of MH370. 

This follows confident claims by the Australian co-ordinator of the search that the doomed jetliner will be found within the next few months.

Evidence: According to Malcolm Brenner, a world's leading expert in the causes of aviation disasters, those turns 'strongly suggest' someone in the cockpit deliberately flew MH370 off course
Evidence: According to Malcolm Brenner, a world's leading expert in the causes of aviation disasters, those turns 'strongly suggest' someone in the cockpit deliberately flew MH370 off course
Tracking it down:  Australian Transport Safety Bureau Commissioner Martin Dolan said he was sure his team would unearth the wreckage by then
Tracking it down: Australian Transport Safety Bureau Commissioner Martin Dolan said he was sure his team would unearth the wreckage by then
As the current search for the Malaysia Airlines plane is set to wrap up by the end of May, Australian Transport Safety Bureau Commissioner Martin Dolan said he was hopeful his team would unearth the wreckage by then, reported.
But the Joint Agency Co-ordination Centre is remaining tight lipped about the issue, saying the Chinese, Malaysian and Australian governments would be assessing what to do next.
Flight MH370 vanished on March 8, 2014 while travelling from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing with 239 people on board.
No trace of the jet has been recovered since then but Mr Dolan believes his team are close to discovering the wreckage.
'I don't wake up every day thinking 'This will be the day' but I do wake up every day hoping this will be it, and expecting that sometime between now and May that will be the day,' Commissioner Dolan told News Corp.
'It's been both baffling and from our point of view unprecedented - not only the mystery of it, but also on the scale of what we're doing to find the aircraft.
'As we keep on pointing out, we don't have a certainty only a confidence that we'll find the missing aircraft.'
The search for MH370 has so far been fruitless, with the crash site initially thought to be in the South China Sea or Gulf of Thailand.
Accident: Relatives of passengers of Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 held placards during a protest demanding to know why the Malaysian government had announced recently that the fate of MH370 was an accident
Accident: Relatives of passengers of Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 held placards during a protest demanding to know why the Malaysian government had announced recently that the fate of MH370 was an accident

But search efforts were then redirected to the southern part of the Indian Ocean.

This late start meant any trace of the wreckage on the surface of the ocean floor would have sunk and it is thought some of the debris would have appeared on the shores of Sumatra in Western Indonesia.

So far, they have been unsuccessful in tracking down any piece of the aircraft but experts were trying to predict its floating patterns to locate the wreckage site by considering 'how the aircraft would've collided with the water'.

The Joint Agency Co-ordination Centre, which, headed by Australia, is conducting the search says that so far the underwater operations have scoured 22,000 square kilometres of the ocean bed, equalling around 36 per cent of the priority search area. 

It is estimated that if there are no delays with vessels, equipment or from the weather, the underwater search will be mostly finished some time in May.

The 'Go Phoenix' supply ship has remained in the area, 2,500km to the south west of Perth, western Australia, but three vessels involved in the underwater search have this week suspended operations to return to port in Australia for scheduled visits.

Despite months of searching in the area, there have been no sightings of debris on the surface or any clues that the aircraft is lying on the sea bed in region covered so far.  

Adopt a monkey to be prosperous

Indian couple to leave everything to pet monkey

February 21, 2015
The monkey has his own air-conditioned room in the couple's house, which he shares with his 'wife' -- a female simian named Bitti who the couple has also taken in.
monkeyLUCKNOW: A wealthy Indian couple has made a pet monkey their sole heir, saying their lives became more prosperous after they adopted the animal and they want to ensure he is looked after.
Brajesh Srivastava and his wife Shabista have no children, but they view their pet monkey Chunmun as a son and have set up a trust to ensure the animal is looked after if it outlives them.
“People might say we are mad, they might even ridicule us. But we know how valuable Chunmun is to us,” Shabista, 45, told AFP.
“We are childless and Chunmun is a son to me. We want to ensure that even when we are not alive, Chunmun’s life is not affected and he continues to live the way he does.”
The couple, who were cast out after marrying against their family’s wishes, say they were poor when they adopted their monkey in 2004 but have since prospered.
They own the house where they live in Uttar Pradesh state in northern India, and they also have land and savings.
Shabista is a successful lawyer and her 48-year-old husband owns several businesses including a cable TV network and a flour mill — all named after Chunmun.
The monkey has his own air-conditioned room in the couple’s house, which he shares with his ‘wife’ — a female simian named Bitti who the couple has also taken in.
The two monkeys like to eat Chinese food and drink tea and mango juice according to Shabista, who even hosts an annual “wedding anniversary” party for the pair, inviting hundreds of friends to celebrate.
At 10, Chunmun may well outlive the couple — monkeys can live for between 35 and 40 years.
After his death, the money will go towards ensuring the welfare of monkeys in India, where the animals are frequently abused.
If adopting a monkey is prosperous, then I should catch the monkey that came into my kitchen and had a feast with my garlic today.
This is the first time since 1980 that I have seen a monkey in Taman Maluri.  It is obvious that someone has brought the animal to my area since it is not a common one.
The monkey is red butted with short tail like this:

Monday, February 23, 2015

Folks, only RM1,200 for a dye job at home

Folks let me be honest.  I do envy Rosie sometimes for having so much of money to spend on herself, but what makes me sick is the way she goes around town to boast about her luxury spending. Today she tells the world she spent only RM1,200 for a coloured job on her BALD HEAD. Well no need to rub it in, when we already know how expensive it is to maintain an artificial body.  From top to bottom nothing is natural. I am not surprise her CHIBAI is also fake.
I honestly wish that Politician, their wives and mistress should learn to respect others and not be arrogant and boastful by keeping their MOUTH SHUT about themselves.

Knowing where to shit

Friday, February 20, 2015


Jude Pereira
The following was written without prejudice and in the best interest of the people and Government of Malaysia
Raggie Jessy
The first part to this article is pertinent to its crux, which exposes a possible conspiracy involving the former Inspector General of Police Tan Sri Musa Hassan, MyWatch Chairman Sri Sanjeevan Ramakrishnan, and Former Deputy Prime Minister of Malaysia Dato’ Seri Anwar Ibrahim.
1. How Anwar disputed Jude Pereira’s credibility
The burden of proof was on the prosecuting team following fresh sodomy charges that were brought against former Deputy Prime Minister Dato’ Seri Anwar Ibrahim. Anwar gained fame for all the wrong reasons when Mohd. Saiful Bukhari Azlan met Dr. Mohamed Osman Abdul Hamid at Hospital Pusrawi on 28 June 2008, complaining of pains in his stomach and anus.
In his testimony on 4 February 2010, Saiful recalled how Dr. Mohamed Osman immediately stopped a medical examination of a particular nature on him after Saiful revealed that he had been sodomised.
Saiful further related how Dr. Mohamed informed him of the hospital’s incapacity to perform forensic examinations appropriate to the circumstance, and that a report from a private hospital would not constitute as evidence in a court of law.
Saiful proceeded to Hospital Kuala Lumpur on Dr. Mohamed’s advice. While there, he was met eventually by a Dr. Daniel, to whom he made known reasons for his visit. As Saiful put it, “I told him frankly that I was there for a medical examination because I had been sodomised by Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim. He was shocked and wrote some notes for me to be referred to the emergency ward.”
During the medical examination, Saiful made note of Deputy Superintendent of Police Jude Pereira’s presence. Jude, who attended to Saiful’s case in his capacity as investigating officer, was handed a plastic bag that comprised swabs taken as samples from Saiful’s anus using cotton buds.
Anwar’s defence team appeared to draw a bead on the storage of these samples. Circumstances that bore on DNA test results were heavily disputed by them since 2010. In an attempt at tearing apart Jude’s credibility as key witness in the Sodomy 2 trial, team Anwar invoked a High Court decision which rejected Jude’s bid at being admitted to the Malaysian Bar.
I must say that I found contentions put forth by the defence to be extraneous, though this article does not concern my personal convictions on these facets. That said, Jude’s handling of samples became the cornerstone in a failed bid to drag the former DSP into the witness stand.
Ever since sodomy charges were brought against Anwar, he remained consistent with allegations of a purported conspiracy by the Government of Malaysia to incarcerate him. In fact, prosecuting lawyer Tan Sri Mohd. Shafee Abdullah once iterated that “Anwar was again making the same kind of conspiracy claim he had made against former Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad.”
It is interesting to note the manner with which Anwar singled out Jude from among police personnel who were involved in his sodomy tribulations one way or the other. As Anwar would have it, Jude colluded with the Government of Malaysia in sending him (Anwar) into political oblivion.
2. How Tan Sri Musa and Sanjeevan met Jude
Many months following GE13, I travelled to Ipoh and met Jude at his residence, where he related his experience to me rather explicitly, almost as if it had happened the day before. I was shocked to learn of a possible element of complicity that seemed to involve Musa, Sanjeevan and Anwar. I then persuaded Jude to let me publish the account for the benefit of the nation.
Jude cautioned me of ongoing litigations that had to do with Sodomy 2 and another case he was involved with. Following this, I decided not to pursue the matter any further.
Then, almost as soon as the verdict on Anwar’s Sodomy 2 appeal was read out by Chief Justice Tun Arifin Zakaria some days back, Jude and I communicated with each other over the phone on prospects of an expose that would relate his (Jude’s) account to the public without fear or favour.
That said, as follows is Jude’s personal account of his encounter with Musa and Sanjeevan before GE13 (which was written down by Jude recently and agreed upon by me and Jude for publication):
“It was about a week before the last GE in 2013. I was in my house in Ipoh when I was contacted by TS Musa, the ex IGP. He asked me to meet him in his house at PJ if I was free. He did not indicate the reason why he wanted to see me but I guessed that it could have something to do with some job offer as a lecturer he wanted me to take. I told TS Musa that I could meet him the coming Wednesday at about 3 pm and he agreed.”
“Before I received this call from TS Musa, a person who introduced himself as Sanjeevan, the Crimes Watch Chairman, called me several times and requested for me to meet him at PJ Hilton. He, too, did not specify the reason why he wanted to meet me. I thought that I might as well kill two birds with one stone; first to meet TS Musa and subsequently, Sanjeevan at PJ Hilton. I did not think that the two meetings were related until I met TS Musa in his house.”
“It was about 2.30 pm when I met TS Musa at his house in Jalan Gasing, PJ. We went out for tea at Lotus restaurant, which was nearby his house. As we sat at a table over tea, TS Musa told me that he was an adviser now with Crimes Watch Malaysia of which Sanjeevan is the Chairman. According to TS Musa, Sanjeevan is closely associated with DSAI (Dato’ Seri Anwar Ibrahim) and that DSAI had indicated that he wants to be friends with him (TS Musa).
“TS Musa then asked me quite directly whether, as the investigation Officer of Sodomy 2, there was any conspiracy in my investigation against DSAI. I was quite taken aback and I told him that he (TS Musa) was the IGP at that time and that I am sure he does not think that there was any conspiracy against DSAI in my investigations. I told him that the statements from the witnesses are evident that there is not a shred of conspiracy. TS Musa said that he was satisfied with my answer. We sat for a few more minutes and talked about other things. TS Musa seemed to be aware that I was going to Hilton to meet Sanjeev and I told him that I will be meeting Sanjeev shortly at PJ Hilton. I dropped TS Musa in his house and proceeded to Hilton PJ.”
“I met Sanjeevan at the coffee house within the lobby of PJ Hilton. He was sitting at a table and looked preoccupied with some documents. As I got acquainted with him, he told me that he was assisting DSAI in the coming General Elections, and that it was going to be a sure win for PKR. He informed me that DSAI was campaigning in Ipoh at the moment. Sanjeevan was very direct. He asked me whether I would make a press statement to say that there was conspiracy in my investigations against DSAI. He told me that I would be taken care of should PKR win.”
“I told Sanjeevan that I could not make such a statement, as my investigations showed no conspiracy. Then he asked me whether I can just say that there was government interference during investigations, to which I responded in the negative too. I then suggested that if they wanted me to help out in any way, at best I could say that I respected the High Court’s decision to acquit DSAI and wished him well. Sanjeevan then proceeded to call DSAI with his hand phone and informed DSAI that I was there with him. He then gave the phone to me, requesting that I talk to DSAI. I just wished DSAI well for the elections and told him that I was not able to say what Sanjeevan had wanted me to say, but that I would just mention that I respected the Courts decision in his (DSAI’s) case. DSAI replied that it was alright and good enough for me to say just that.”
“Sanjeevan than suggested that he would write down something mild for me to say to the press in support of DSAI, and that he would call the press in the morning should I agree. He then asked me to go to a new hotel in KL Central and meet a person who would show me what he had written on my behalf, which I was to give to the press the next morning. Sanjeevan also told me that I would be well protected in the hotel and that I can stay at the hotel for the night, all on the house. Just out of curiosity I decided to go and see how far it is going to go.”
“I reached the new hotel at KL Central at about 8 pm. At the lobby, I met a bearded Indian Muslim man and another person sitting at a table. I introduced myself and said that I was with Sanjeevan earlier, and that I was to see them. They told me that they were assisting DSAI in the elections. The bearded man had already drafted a letter and asked me to read it, and that if I had agreed to it, they would call the press in the morning. I was completely shocked after reading a passage of about 100 words, which said that I was the Investigation Officer and that DSAI was innocent and was charged unreasonably, with evidence fabricated against him. The passage made me look like a fool and would have thrown my integrity down the drain after all my hard work. I refused to subscribe to their request and just walked away from the hotel.”
“I drove back to my house in Ipoh the very same night, regretting that I had ever met Sanjeevan and his friends, who intended to exploit me for their needs. Later on that same day, TS Musa texted me and asked me how my meeting went. When I told him what had happened, he texted me in reply saying that I did the right thing in safeguarding my integrity.”
3. Why now?
A friend once asked me if I had the straight dope on Anwar’s purported machinations on many issues. I told him I had some, following which he wanted to know why I hadn’t published them. Honestly, I found myself at a loss for words.
You see, it’s Anwar we’re talking about, and not just any Tom, Dick or Harry. It’s excruciatingly difficult for me to piece together an agency of approach worthy for consideration, particularly when it concerns someone I regard as the greatest among confidence tricksters to have walked the corridors of power.
It may surprise you to know that there are those who are as yet willing to suck up to Anwar, enough to stand on a window sill stark naked singing “I’ve got a lovely bunch of coconuts.” Now, that may have been figurative, but you get my point. Hardcore Anwarists will remain hardcore Anwarists, even if you pitched jaw-dropping exposes onto their desks.
And that is precisely why Nurul Izzah and Rafizi Ramli saw fit to dump a pile of horseshit into media circles some days back. They probably hoped to gain political mileage by keeping the purported ‘political conspiracy’ flame burning, a hypothesis Anwar conscientiously propagated ever since Saiful turned against his boss with allegations of sexual misconduct.
But Nurul’s and Rafizi’s balls landed right in Raja Petra’s court. And you know Petra, he’s not the type who likes to see balls lying around his turf. So Petra did what he does best; he kicked them straight back to their faces, in a trajectory that blew wide open an almost exact and minute account of events as they had unfolded. This pretty much pissed Anwarists off, putting both Nurul and Rafizi’s aspirations right down the dumps.
That’s right; as far as I am concerned, under no circumstances did Dato’ Seri Najib Tun Abdul Razak offer Anwar a ministerial post, or any post for that matter. In fact, Najib never even met Anwar to discuss a National Reconciliation plan.
Let me rephrase that. Under no circumstances would Najib have been dumb enough to offer Anwar a ministerial post, let alone meet him halfway on some reconciliatory overture. In fact, talks of a National Reconciliation effort surfaced as soon as Anwar kicked Kit Siang downstairs and drew up several traitorous propositions, among which was a plot to unseat Khalid and lead a PKR-PAS led Selangor Pakatan Rakyat into a unity government of sorts with BN.
But as fate had it, Anwar dragged Pakatan Rakyat and a clueless Kit Siang through the mud and right into the dump. Perchance, it’s the very dump Nurul and Rafizi got themselves into just days back. Rest assured, the dump was far from the unity government Anwar had envisioned when he found Najib to be at his weakest.
That’s right; it appears, that when Anwar found Najib to be weak, he dreamt up a plan to lure Najib into a confederacy that would have helped him regain some composure within the corridors of power and very possibly, to exculpate himself from Sodomy 2 charges. Likewise, it is all too possible that when Anwar found Jude Blacious Pereira to be at his weakest, he began ripping the former Deputy Superintendent of Police’s credibility to pieces in an attempt to regain composure over his Sodomy tribulations.
Thus, it became necessary for me to reveal the consistence with which Anwar appears to manipulate the misfortunes of others to his favour. And that is precisely what this article is all about.
Well, that’s one cat now out from my bag. Cheers.

Chinese have the most Fun

Anwar's second home

Need Nation Help to catch the Wedding Robbers

I was the wedding photographer for this event, what happened was during the wedding reception, when almost all of the guest have arrived. A syndicate of thieves which have at least 3 person targeted the couple and stolen their whole wedding Angpow Box! There was about 50+ tables for that banquet, so i would say there will be at least 40-50k cash in the angpow box!
Going through the photographs taken during the wedding reception, the couple managed to identify 2 of the suspected thieves. This are the 2 suspected culprits who stole the whole Wedding Angpow box at Sutera Pekin on the 2015-Feb-14 night. The first 2 photographs are the same person ( the Distractor), the 3rd photo is the 2nd suspect ( the Blocker) and the 3rd person is the mastermind, very clever to always hide away from the camera's view. The footage from the cctv at Sutera Pekin shows that that have been doing some hand signals to each other and also of the mastermind( wearing a white shirt, black pants and a sling bag) stealing the angpow box.
The Angpow Box was stolen about 8 pm, 2015-Feb-14.But this group of suspects have been hanging around the wedding reception area since 7pm-8pm, 2015-Feb-14, Sutera Pekin.
The couple has since made police report, and it will be published in many newspapers tomorrow.
If you can recognise any of the persons above or if you know how to find them please contact me. 016-7545836, or by email
Any info provided to me will be confidential. Thanks a lot in advance!
It will mean a lot a lot to the couple, its a big sum to bear & also to have such memories during their Wedding day! Lets do our part to protect the our community and Wedding industry!
*2015-Feb-18 this morning about 9am, an anonymous tip off, someone saw Suspect 1, the one in vest at Kuala Lumpur Puchong, a taxi driver sent the guy to Balakong, South City, friends in Kuala Lumpur please help to take note.
*2015-Feb-18 4:15PM, Astroawani just called up, saying wishes to highlight this incident. Might have even more coverage and more manpower to catch these guys soon. =]
*2015-Feb-19 7.55pm Astroawani has reported on the incident as well

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Thursday, February 19, 2015

Rebirth of UMNO in the New Era

I am not going to wish anyone today even though it is impolite since it is Chinese New Year.

Malaysia is screwed as far as I am concern to celebrate any festival.  Politicians are sodomizing each other for power and money.  No politician works for the country.

Feng Shui masters have predicted NEW ERA for the next ten years.  Me think the ripening of the New Era is just before the 14th GE. This definitely brings a smile to Mahathir Kutty's face and fate.
Sometimes I think Allah loves Mahathir more than the citizen of Malaysia.

Daim mentioned that PKR might not be around for the 14th GE.  Mahathir said a non-Malay can be Prime Minister.  Nurul claimed that Anwar was offered the DPM post.  Rafizi comes out with a better version DPM seat with 4 Ministership. Me honestly think Nurul and Rafizi are sucking chicken cock.

Anwar plots and plots till Kingdom come to be the ONE but time and again FATE said NO.
Maybe Allah thinks Anwar has not learnt his lesson.  I truly support that reasoning.

For the past 7 years Najis has truly make us believe that he will be the last UMNO leader to lead this nation, making the prediction R.A.H.M.A.N come to an incredible end.

With the loan of RM2 billion to save 1MDB, Najis has agreed in writing to retire for good before the 14th GE. This seals the end of UMNO.

There will no longer be UMNO Baru thanks to Najis and Anwar.  Why Anwar you may ask.  Very simply put, what Anwar has achieved is to put everything in a basket as a last gift to Mahathir's last dream and ambition with a New Era M.A.H.A.T.H.I.R.

Yes the New Era is from the alphabet that spells Mahathir who people either hate or love the most in Malaysia.

The era of R.A.H.M.A.N  is over before the year 2015 ends, making way for M.A.H.A.T.H.I.R.

Anwar has planned for the demolition of PAS with over RM20 million to PASMA.

Anwar has planned for the takeover of UMNO with over RM100 million to students and NGOs and RM1 billion to buy UMNO members.

But what Anwar failed to note is that PKR IS NOT A REGISTERED PARTY.

Najis has screwed the country big time by siphoning assets and money to his darling accounts.

Najis has screwed himself thinking that this country belongs to his grandfather.

Many people are hoping that the Coward Prince can stop the bridge from being burnt.

Many people are screwing the IGP, the man with the tail (Patail) and Shafee the womanizer with what they think is injustice to the opposition.  This has been going on since 1957 but only now people realizes it.

While many people are screwing Mahathir for being the father of corruption.  It is not surprising that the very same people are putting all their eggs into Mahathir's basket. Thank you, thank you for being idiots.

Mahathir had a dream when the myth about the RAHMAN legacy became a reality.  He too wanted his name to make history.

There are no capable leaders inside UMNO Baru at this point of time.  But to change the sick party from within is difficult so a drastic action got to take place.

Thanks to Anwar love for crisis we will see the fight within PAS after the by-election.  PAS will be destroyed to a mince meat.  While PASMA will join forces with the Malays inside PKR which I must stress again and again is not a registered party. So do you see what is going to happen to PKR?
Cock fight at Indian village : Stock Photo

But will PASMA be on Anwar side or Azmin side?  The answer lies in GREED FOR MONEY AND PROJECTS.

Azmin will not be chosen as the Opposition Leader neither will he be offer to lead PKR.  Kak Wan and Anwar will see to that.

Mahathir wants Mukhriz to be the next person to take over from Najis.  But Mukriz has similar weakness and trend as Najis. Incapable, foolish, useless etc...........and almost no support from UMNO party within.

So the best solution would be to put Mukriz and Azmin together as one to lead the rebirth of UMNO or rather UMNO 2.  If you all had read or watch "House of Cards" then you will understand how Azmin has played his cards.  One should also not forget the relationship between Mahathir and Azmin.






He Screwed, They Screwed, We're Screwed


And that was why since then Hadi became ‘cold’ towards Anwar and PKR. He knew that Anwar and PKR tried to do a deal behind his back and only invited him to be part of the deal when they failed to get the majority they needed. But what DAP does not seem to realise is that Hadi saved them from getting kicked out of the Selangor state government.   
Raja Petra Kamarudin
Now that the story is already out in the open, I can give you more details about what really happened regarding the offer of the post of Deputy Prime Minister that Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak was alleged to have made to Anwar Ibrahim.
If you can remember, I did write about this matter earlier, maybe about a year or so ago (I even uploaded some photographs), and this was an episode that happened around Christmas of 2013.
The only problem is, while the incident did happen, no doubts about that, PKR’s version is slightly different from the version that I was given. What Rafizi Ramli and Nurul Izzah Anwar have revealed is sort of the other way around from what had happened.
In other words, the question that I am posing is: who was the suitor and who was the suitee? Was it Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak courting Opposition Leader Anwar Ibrahim or was it the other way around?
That is basically the crux of the whole matter.
To be honest, though, I do not know who was courting whom or who first started the courtship. But I do know that marriage was in the air. And I do know who was the one who made sure it did not happen.
And this is what my story is going to be about.
Before that, however, we need to talk about the event that happened before the May 2013 general election. Najib was desperate to win back Selangor and he knew that if he could not do so then his days as Prime Minister would be numbered. Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad would make sure of that.
Anwar, on the other hand, was equally desperate. He was desperate to stay out of jail and even more desperate to become the Deputy Prime Minister, which is a necessary stepping-stone to the post of Prime Minister.
So some horse-trading was mooted. Anwar would hand Selangor to Najib by way of a state ‘Unity Government’ if Najib would make him the Deputy Prime Minister and make sure he does not end up in jail.
Anwar expected Umno and PKR to win in total at least 30 of the 56 state seats while PAS and DAP could probably win only 26 seats combined. This would give Umno and PKR a four-seat majority in the Selangor State Assembly.
Of course, PAS and DAP were not part of the plan. This was going to be a Selangor State ‘Unity Government’ between Umno and PKR, not between Barisan Nasional and Pakatan Rakyat.
Menteri Besar Khalid Ibrahim was opposed to the idea so they moved him to the Port Kelang seat, which Umno was sure of winning. That would effectively kill off Khalid although he would still be a Member of Parliament.
When the election results came in, however, Umno and PKR won just 26 seats, with Khalid unexpectedly winning the Port Kelang seat. Minus Port Kelang, Umno and PKR were left with just 25 seats against PAS’ and DAP’s 30, or 31 if Khalid throws his lot behind PAS and DAP.
That practically demolished the plan for the Selangor State ‘Unity Government’ between Umno and PKR.
But Anwar still did not give up just yet. During the Pakatan Rakyat Presidents’ Council meeting at the Sulaiman Club in Kuala Lumpur, also in 2013, Anwar whispered to Hadi that he wanted to discuss something with him privately.
After the meeting ended, Anwar pulled Hadi aside and asked him whether he was going to London in December 2013, to which Hadi confirmed that he was. Anwar then told Hadi he was going to arrange a meeting in London between him and Ahmad Zahid Hamidi.
The purpose of the meeting was not revealed but Hadi suspected that it has to be about the Selangor State ‘Unity Government’, which had earlier been discussed but which had to be put on hold when Umno and PKR did not get enough seats to give them a majority.
Hadi felt a bit uncomfortable about the meeting, especially since he did not really know what the meeting was about, and he was worried that it may be a trap. So he decided he would not attend the meeting and that only his people would.
The meeting was held at The Landmark London Hotel. When Mustafa Ali and Hadi’s Political Secretary, Dr Ahmad Samsuri Mokhtar, walked into the meeting room, they were surprised to see Dr Syed Azman Syed Ahmad Nawawi of PAS and Saifuddin Nasution of PKR there as well. Zahid Hamidi, Dr Syed Azman and Saifuddin, in turn, were surprised that Hadi was absent and were very disappointed when Dr Samsuri told them that Hadi was tired and would not be able to attend the meeting.
Because of that nothing much could be discussed and the meeting ended early without any agreement even though they had initially planned to have lunch as well. Without Hadi’s presence there was no way the Selangor State ‘Unity Government’ could happen. Hadi’s absence meant he was not in support of it. And for sure the late Nik Aziz Nik Mat would not agree with the plan even if Hadi did go along with it.
Initially, the Selangor State ‘Unity Government’ was supposed to be between just Umno and PKR. But with only 25 seats it could no longer happen. So they needed PAS as well, which will give them 40 seats against DAP’s and Khalid’s 16.
So, while PKR screwed DAP by excluding them in the Selangor State ‘Unity Government’ talks, Hadi, in turn, screwed PKR by making sure the ‘Unity Government’ did not happen. Hence Hadi was the spoiler.
And that was why since then Hadi became ‘cold’ towards Anwar and PKR. He knew that Anwar and PKR tried to do a deal behind his back and only invited him to be part of the deal when they failed to get the majority they needed. But what DAP does not seem to realise is that Hadi saved them from getting kicked out of the Selangor state government.
Anyway, this is the e-mail that I received from someone involved in the whole conspiracy that explains what happened:
Anwar’s children are talking nonsense that Najib offered DPM seat to their father.  It was Anwar who begged Najib to allow him and three thousand PKR members to return to UMNO. Mahathir screwed Najib upside down for holding talks in London, Singapore and in Langkawi with Anwar. Daim had to fly to Singapore to stop the talks twice.
The latest plan is to break PAS completely after the by-election.
Azmin will not be allowed to be the Opposition Leader. Kak Wan will be chosen.

This is without Blinking