Wednesday, March 30, 2016

Who is the real McCon?

Prince Faisal bin Turkey bin Bandar Alsaud/Prince Saud Abdulaziz al-saud/Saud Abdulaziz Majid al-Saud/Con Saud Abdulaziz al-saud from Penang.

Sunday, March 27, 2016

1MDB headache over with Petronas Money flowing in next month

Malaysia has fantastic circle of men who can sleep through everything yet achieve nothing.
Today an-sleeper has taken over a profitable company.
So Malaysia is once again doom as more good oil is channeled into private pocket.
Arul said 1MDB debt will be fully paid off.
Off course with Pak Lah sitting on black gold even shit can turn to gold.

Thursday, March 24, 2016

Malaysian Chinese Muslim Association

About Macma
Society Registration Number: 1964/94
The Malaysian Chinese Muslim Association (Macma) was registered on 8 September, 1994.
To focus on Welfare, Preaching and Missionary work. Fulfill Strategically Important Role to the Nation and Muslims of Malaysia
(The Best Community of People)
Achieve both in Organizational Structure and Stature as an Outstanding Islamic N.G.O.
Organize and implement Islamic activities with all-out efforts to contribute to the
formation and realization of : khairul ummah
• Enhance Awareness, Disseminate Islamic Information and Develop the Teachings of Islam.
- Implement Islamic Activities as well as Co-ordinate, Co-operate and collaborate with others.
• Build and Develop with Integrity: A Capable Malaysian Chinese Muslim Community.
- Enhance and cement the close relationship amongst all Muslims in Malaysia.
• To conduct Study, Training and organise Seminars to improve members’ understanding and practice of Islam
- To build/support Islamic Cultural Centres for Chinese Muslims and Mosques with Chinese architecture
To Plan, organise and establish Islamic economic activities, Trust and Welfare Funds
• To establish a united, strong and respected Malaysian Chinese community
To represent the Malaysian Chinese Muslims in affairs related to their welfare and their interests
Malaysia is a very sick country.  We love corruption. We love it when others abuse us physically and spiritually.  We don’t use common sense.  Best of all Religion and Race are used as a weapon to overcome our short coming.

Our Laws are changeable depending on circumstances, connections and money.

Our Leaders can be bought with projects and money.  Some even Title.

In short everything has a price if you got the money to pay.

Today White Collar crimes are not surprising neither does it come as a shock unlike a century ago.

Do you know that every 2 minutes a person dies in Malaysia.
Similarly every 2 minutes a crime is committed in Malaysia.

Today white collar crime is number 1.
The reason being PDRM, MACC, AG, Sultans and our Politicians are fully pledged criminals.

In Malaysia the Law has become a party joke.

When a person steal a packet of milo for his child he is charged and immediately put behind bars.
When a politician steal millions or billions he/she is never charged and is allow to harass the whistleblower.
When a civil servant steal millions he/she is still employed and allowed to travel round the world.
When NGOs committee steal money meant for the association they are never charged at all.

People who rule NGOs like Thalassemia, Malaysian Association for the Blind and Malaysian Chinese Muslim Association always misuse their position, donation, sponsorship and aid from Government for their families instead of the people concern.  These crooks use people to live well.

When I was first persuaded to join MACMA, I was introduced to two men whom I knew would one day misused their position inside the association.  Since then I refused to be active in the association till last year when I was asked to help find a solution for a hot issue.  I believe nothing happens without a reason.

So it came as no surprise that donation, sponsorship and aids from Government for MACMA members traveled a different route.

Yes, a police report has been make and the Inspector warned that from experience, people involved in white collar crime have several accounting books which even MACC have difficulty in obtaining unless the sum involved is big and Forensic Accounting is necessary.

What is the objective of MACMA?

I posted this in the whatsapp group and not a single person could answer.  Instead 53 verses and verses of nonsense which has got nothing to do with MACMA were shared.  I did not asked to be enlighten with the teaching of people who are not qualified to be Preachers or Teachers.  At the end of the nonsense they write I have been forgiven.  Forgiven for what?

If one were to go into the whatsapp group one can divide the chat into three groups.

One - the religious freak who will post verses and verses of nonsense because they want to show off they great understanding of Islam.
Two – the scam or sales talk.
Three – the ones without common sense.  These are the ones who will ask whether it is haram or halal to attend their own parent’s funeral.  Religion should never come into Family Affair.  Without your parents one would never have been born.  If one is born a Chinese, one will also die a Chinese.  It is the Religion that changes. There are many other silly questions which a 6 years can give a better answer.  I leave it as that since people without common sense cannot be taught.

If I am not wrong there are at least 2,000 MACMA members.  But not many can go to the new office in Phileo Damansara.  Whoever has an interest in the office must be laughing all the way to the bank because it has become an exclusive club for people who has the means and car.

As an NGO, one should always consider the interest of its members.  Most of MACMA members are below the middle class so their main transport are bus and lrt.  But when one is without a car one has no choice but to take the taxi.  With today high cost of living how many people can afford the fare.

The Objective written above:
Plan, organise and establish Islamic economic activities, Trust and Welfare Funds.
To represent the Malaysian Chinese Muslims in affairs related to their welfare and their interests.

Sometime back a child was sick and many were asked to donate for the cause into MACMA Bank account.  But the child’s parent did not receive all the donation instead it was diverted to Yayasan Yara and others. Today those involved are working overtime to cover their shit because donation are still coming in.

This year also see some members losing their love ones.  No one from the committee took the trouble to pay a visit to the family, neither were prayers offered.  In time of death and hospitilization moral support is very important so does money. Sadly the only one who make an effort was also sick at that time and eventually passed away.

I also understand many members are in need of health care because of chronic diseases, mental illness and divorces, yet nothing has been done.  Many also are in need of money to live, again no one sitting in the committee are committed to help find a solution.

So my question again is ‘WHAT IS THE OBJECTIVE OF MACMA?”

Many love to be in the committee to boost their status in society. A crying shame to claim NON PROFIT ORGANISATION AT THE SAME TIME LOOKING AFTER OWN INTEREST.

Wednesday, March 23, 2016

When the bosses steal so will the office boy

RM102 million stolen got caught,
RM250 million stolen let off,
RM2.6 billion stolen legally alright.

Thursday, March 17, 2016

Government deprived 744 scholars to cover Prime Minister's shit
The Prime Minister claims he is the only one who can change Malaysia.
I support that because we are definitely changing into the most corrupted and backward nation.
Today we do not see the importance of education.
The cronies, day in day out, use and sacrifice the people's need to make a corrupted, incompetent man happy.
There will never be development as long as people are thrown aside to meet the demand and happiness of just one couple.

Hello it is the Rakyat business to know the truth about RM2.6 Billion so-called donation from Saudi Royal House

Every citizens of Malaysia has the right to know the truth about the RM2.6 billion that went into the Prime Minister and his wife personal account.
It is the right of the people to know why Malaysia has been mismanaged to the brink of bankruptcy since Najis the arse hole became the Prime Minister.
We the people also want to know the people behind the killing of people involve in Submarine and 1MDB.
We the people also want to know why corrupted leaders are shield from being charge in court.
We the people are fed up all the stupid excuses given by brainless leaders who has not work a single hour for the people of Malaysia.
We the people wants to know when the Prime Minister will continue to be blackmail by US Rothschild and Israel.
How long more does the Prime Minister of Malaysia intend to ruin this nation?
How many inch of thick skin the Prime Minister of Malaysia has?
Maybe the clever girls of Malaysia can give a correct answer this time round.

To shine one's ego
Since Najis the arse hole became PM of Malaysia, what has he done for the people?
Nothing for us but for his family's TABUNG. Now he wants a big penis in town to show off he can do one step better than Mahathir Kutty, while the middle class are forced into poverty because Najis misused his position, power and our money to bribe so that he can remain in power to continue his crime.
Many were retrenched because Rosmah demanded for 60% share in every companies, 70% in projects and land deals.
Name me one business that Rosmah is not involved in Malaysia.

Because of Rosmah's greed many soldiers lost their limbs due to poor quality boots, guns and ammunition that fires back to the shooters were all supplied by her company.
Talent Corpse gets RM30 million each year to spend on personal usage.
Today Scientists, Doctors, Specialists etc cannot get a job unless you suck Najis's cock or fuck Rosmah.

Fighting with his own shadow

Four Corners reporter Linton Besser describes frightening detention in Malaysia

Updated Wed at 5:33am
ABC reporter Linton Besser has revealed the frightening, frustrating, and at times "comical", details of how he and cameraman Louie Eroglu came to be arrested, detained and threatened with charges while working on a Four Corners investigation in Malaysia.
Media player: "Space" to play, "M" to mute, "left" and "right" to seek.
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AUDIO: Listen to Mark Colvin speaking to Linton Besser (PM)
Yesterday they were threatened with charges, but the charges were abruptly dropped and the pair were escorted out of the country.
Now in Singapore, Besser shared his experience with PM's Mark Colvin:
Colvin: Now you've been accused of crossing some lines (at the PM's press conference) or breaking some rules. Were you aware of crossing any lines, any cordons, were there any rules that had been outlined to you that you broke?
Besser: Absolutely none, and that is why initially it was so disturbing when we were told we were going to be charged with a criminal offence, because as you'd expect, we have vision of this incident and it's incontrovertible and there is absolutely no police cordon.
We have audio. There are no instructions given.
What did you ask him?
I asked him how he could explain or whether he could explain the hundreds of millions of dollars that have flowed into his personal bank accounts in recent years.
How did he react?
He initially looked at me when I introduced myself and then he continued walking and ignored me.
So it was a mute response?
You could put it that way, from him anyway.
And what about his entourage?
Well I was immediately surrounded by police and Malaysian intelligence, special branch operatives, basically detained on the spot, taken out of the area in which I was standing.
Louie Eroglu, our cinematographer, was then also detained and brought to where I was, because we had been separated in the kind of crush in the crowd.
And it kind of went on from there.
The police were very upset with us because of course they had been embarrassed that a foreign journalist had been able to ask a question.
Anyway, we had our passports examined, our details taken. They took photos of every form of ID we had in our wallet I think.
And then the superintendent said to us, "Look, if you go quietly it's OK. Get in your car and go". So we did.
And we got in our van. We didn't actually have a hotel booking so we, having had a little fright, we thought it might be prudent to get on the first flight out of Sarawak.
We tried that, there were no seats available on the last flight out.
So we tried to find a hotel, but as we were pulling up to the first hotel we were going to try, we were pulled over by an unmarked car and four or five police pulled us down from the van and questioned us in the lobby of the hotel and then told us that we were going to be placed under arrest.
How long were you detained?
Look I can't quite remember, but it's been reported as six hours, that sounds about right to me.
And then you had this period when you were not sure whether you would be able to get out of the country — you might be charged?
Yeah, we had our passports confiscated, that's right. And so I think we got to bed that night at 4:00 or 5:00 in the morning.
We didn't have any passports. I think this was, so this must have been Sunday.
And then the next event was very strange because then we get some good news from our lawyer who tells us that the local police want to meet us to return our passports.
So we thought, great. We packed up; we got ready to leave Sarawak on the next available flight.
And strangely, it was quite comical. The police in their Hawaiian shirts decided the facetious place to do this was the pool deck of our hotel.
So we all sat around garden furniture as they formally handed back our passports. But then they said to us, "You can't leave, you're still on police bail," which was confusing.
We didn't know for what purpose they'd returned our passports.
And eventually you got out. Have you got the material that you need to make this Four Corners program?
We haven't lost any material. So we're here in Singapore planning our next moves, but we intend to continue investigating the story.
And you obviously will not be able to go back into Malaysia. Are you coming back to Australia now?
We're still planning it, but I think I won't be back for a few more days yet actually. Although, just on your first point, it's not clear to me that I won't be allowed back into Malaysia.
It's been widely reported that we've been deported by Malaysian authorities and indeed we were whisked through airport and immigration and customs by uniformed police.
And even all the way to our seats on the plane where we were photographed by a very nice police officer … but at no point were we told we were being deported.
Our passports don't say we've been deported. We were never given a piece of paper to say that that was the case.
I understand that Malaysian authorities or local government authorities in Sarawak are now saying that that is the case but we're none the wiser


An equinox is an astronomical event in which the plane of Earth's equator passes through the center of the Sun, which occurs twice each year, around 20 March and 23 September.
On an equinox, day and night are of approximately equal duration all over the planet. They are not exactly equal, however, due to the angular size of the sun and atmospheric refraction. To avoid this ambiguity, the word equilux is sometimes used to mean a day in which the durations of light and darkness are equal.

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