Monday, October 31, 2016

A well deserved gift to Malaysian Prime Minister

Prosecutors to call on 9 witnesses as trial of ex-BSI banker Yeo Jiawei kicks off in Singapore, first in international 1MDB probe

n this picture taken on July 8, 2015 Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak (L) gestures as he arrives along with Deputy Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin (R) to take part in an event for new government interns at the Prime Minister's office in Putrajaya.
SINGAPORE - The prosecution will call on nine witnesses in its case against former BSI banker Yeo Jiawei - the first person to be tried for the key role he allegedly played in a massive money-laundering operation linked to scandal-hit 1Malaysia Development Bhd (1MDB) fund.
Deputy Public Prosecutor Tan Kiat Pheng said in his opening statement on Monday (Oct 31) to a packed court room, called the trial the "most complex, sophisticated and largest money laundering case handled by the CAD (Commercial Affairs Division)", involving the movement of "staggering amounts of moneys across jurisdictions over the course of several years."
Yeo, 33, is accused of facilitating illicit transactions involving 1MDB that led to the shutdown of Swiss private bank BSI's operations here. He faces a total of 11 charges ranging from money laundering and cheating to forgery and obstruction of justice.
The prosecution said on Monday it will be proceeding on four charges relating to Yeo's attempts to pervert the course of justice. It will apply for the remaining seven charges, which concern cheating, money laundering and forgery, to be stood down.
District Judge Ng Peng Hong is presiding over the trial, which is set to run through Nov 11, with a break on Nov 4. Mr Philip Fong of the law firm of Harry Elias is representing Yeo.
According to the prosecution's opening statement, Yeo, who was employed as BSI's wealth planner between December 2009 and July 2014, amassed wealth of about S$26 million from various sources, including illicit schemes to defraud BSI while he was a BSI employee and others whom he dealt with after he left BSI.
During and after his employment at BSI, Yeo played a central role in facilitating or concealing the laundering of large sums of money, according to DPP Tan.
Both Yeo and Kevin Swampillai, BSI's head of wealth management services and Yeo's supervisor, were involved in transactions in which certain fees would be shared between BSI, a fund manager and Samuel Goh Sze-Wei, who was an associate of Yeo's.
Unknown to BSI, Yeo arranged for Bridgerock Investment and GTB Investment, which were beneficially owned by Yeo and Swampillai respectively, to receive a significant portion of the fees for their own benefit.
Bridgeock and GTB were the subject of investigations by CAD in March this year.
Yeo was first interviewed by CAD on Oct 6, 2015, and arrested as a suspect on March 17, 2016.
A day later, on March 18, Yeo was released on police bail. Under the terms of the release, Yeo was obliged to comply with conditions, including to not commit any offence while released on bail; and to not interfere with any witness.
According to DPP Tan, unknown to CAD in the days following his release, Yeo proceeded to take active steps to pervert the course of justice.
"In a display of complete and wanton disregard for the law and CAD's investigations, he met and contacted key witnesses in the hope of suppressing incriminatory evidence pertaining to his own illicit schemes and activities," DPP Tan said.
On March 27, 2016, after his release on police bail, Yeo arranged for Swampillai, Goh and himself to have a meeting at at the Pergola Café in the Swiss Club at 36 Swiss Club Road.
The prosecution will lead evidence that, at the café, Yeo, Goh and Swampillai discussed the CAD investigations, including that of Bridgerock and GTB, DPP Tan said. In the course of the meeting, Yeo told them to lie to the CAD that the funds transferred by Goh to Bridgerock and GTB were Goh's investments.
After he left BSI, Yeo continued to be involved in illicit transactions and other transactions connected in the money laundering case. Some of these transactions were conducted through the Amicorp Group, which provides legal and corporate secretarial support services.
In March, Yeo was interviewed by CAD on transactions involving Amicorp. As Jose Renato Carvalho Pinto and Mun Enci Aloysius were Amicorp employees who received instructions from Yeo in relation to these transactions, Yeo was worried that CAD would interview them.
The prosecution will lead evidence that, sometime in March 2016, Yeo contacted Mr Carvalho using the "Telegram" text message application, DPP Tan. In his messages, Yeo told Mr Carvalho to dispose of his Amicorp laptop, which would likely contain evidence of Yeo's dealings with Amicorp. Yeo also told Mr Carvalho not to travel to Singapore, to avoid being interviewed by CAD.
The prosecution will lead evidence that in March this year, Yeo also used the "Telegram" text message application to instruct Mr Carvalho to tell Mr Aloysius to inform CAD that he did not know of Yeo's dealings with Amicorp if he was to be questioned by CAD.
Besides Yeo, two other former BSI employees are also facing charges. On Oct 10, Yak Yew Chee and Yvonne Seah, were charged with carrying out suspicious money transfers for their client and controversial Malaysian tycoon Low Taek Jho, better known as Jho Low.
Mr Kelvin Ang, said to be a broker with Maybank Kim Eng, has also been charged. He is alleged to have paid a research analyst to produce a favourable valuation report on certain 1MDB assets. Ang's pre-trial conference will be held on Nov 17.
Grace Leong

Time to be united to get rid of corrupted elites

Saturday, October 29, 2016

Stephen Hawking: Humankind is still greedy, stupid and greatest threat to Earth

Physicist Stephen Hawking says pollution coupled with human greed and stupidity are still the biggest threats to humankind.
During an interview on Larry King Now, the science superstar told King that in the six years since he’s spoken with the talk show host people haven't cleaned up their act.
“We certainly have not become less greedy or less stupid,” Hawking said. “The population has grown by half a billion since our last meeting, with no end in sight. At this rate, it will be eleven billion by 2100."
He noted that the massive problem of pollution has only grown in the last five years.
“Air pollution has increased over the past five years,” he said. “More than 80% of inhabitants of urban areas are exposed to unsafe levels of air pollution.”
When asked what the biggest problem facing the world is, Hawking said climate change.
Hawking told King he wonders if we are past the point of no return.  "Will we be too late to avoid dangerous levels of global warming?"
There are some things even Hawking doesn't know.
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Gangster Zahid is talking cock

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DPM: Malaysia a model of unity, equal rights for all

Malaysia is a model of unity as it assures fair and equal rights for all races as stipulated in the Federal Constitution, Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi said.
As such, he said the ethnic minorities in the country need not be scared to practice their religions and traditional cultures, let alone to be worried of losing their identities.
"I believe that our different religions, languages and skin colours have made us a nation having a rich culture.
"The differences have become the strength, not a weakness, in the formation of Malaysian nation, unity in diversity," he said in his two-minute video message posted on his Facebook and Twitter pages on Friday in conjunction with Deepavali.
Ahmad Zahid also called on all Malaysians to strengthen racial unity and solidarity, which were the backbone in nation development.
He reminded the people not to turn the social media into a medium that could shake national unity.

"Last but not least, I would like to wish all Malaysians, especially the Hindu devotees, Happy Deepavali 2016," he added. – Bernama
Malays go to school because the government says so.
Malays get to pass their exam with 7 to 11As because the government lower their passing grade to 12/100.
Malays in University today do not understand nor able to write anything beyond five words in English.
Malays get employment because the government has make it compulsory for non-Malays not to be given jobs. 
Malays need not master a skill because the government does not want anything to be done properly because otherwise how can the elites in the government get their 100% commission.  One good example is the recent fire in a Johor Bahru Hospital.
Malays get privileges because the government hope to get their votes in return.
Malays do not need a roof over their head nor food on the table or need work because the government can provide BRIM and their belief is that Allah wants them to remain docile and poor.  Food for their family must come from supporting and be loyal to people like Jamal otherwise they loses their allowances of RM100 and free lunches daily from Rosmah.
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What the Malays in Malaysia must remember is that they are born to be slave/dogs to the corrupted and evil ones in Putrajaya.

Friday, October 28, 2016

The Malays will eat shit in the future
Petaling Street has become Bangla Street.
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Sungei Besi will become Modern Communist Town.
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I believe Najib sendiri berhad Party UMNO and Red Shirt Mat Rempit will soon be licking and eating this -

Apa Ali can only reply if Rosmah says so

AG: We will reply to Swiss OAG’s request on 1MDB

 | October 28, 2016
Apandi Ali confirms he received the request for Mutual Legal Assistance from Switzerland's Office of Attorney-General in regard to an ongoing probe on 1MDB.
The Attorney-General’s Chambers is in the process of replying to a Mutual Legal Assistance (MLA) request by Switzerland’s Office of Attorney-General (OAG) in regard to ongoing investigations on 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB).
According to a report in Malaysiakini, Attorney-General Mohamed Apandi Ali confirmed having received the second MLA from the Swiss OAG, after having claimed the AGC had not received the first application.
“We have received it (MLA) and it is in the process for us to reply,” he told reporters after being appointed adjunct professor at Universiti Utara Malaysia in Kuala Lumpur today.
The MLA is an agreement between two or more countries for the purpose of gathering and exchanging information in an effort to enforce public laws or criminal laws.
According to earlier news reports, the second MLA request from the Swiss OAG to Malaysia was sent on Oct 5 to assist in investigations on alleged breaches of rules in the Swiss financial sector concerning SRC International Sdn Bhd, a former 1MDB subsidiary.
Other countries also conducting investigations of their own in relation to 1MDB are the UK, Singapore, US, Hong Kong and Luxembourg.
Apandi was also asked to comment on former premier Dr Mahathir Mohamad’s allegation that he wrongfully protected Prime Minister Najib Razak.
“I don’t know, I cannot comment on what he said as I did not hear it,” Apandi replied.
When informed that Mahathir made the accusation in a blog posting, Apandi said he had not read it himself and therefore would refrain from making any comment.
“So the best thing is no comment lah,” the news portal quoted him as saying.
My AG will once again embarrass his profession, position and his dignity to protect the most corrupted murderer liar Malaysian Prime Minister.
To Apa Dog his bread and butter is on the line.
His next title is also on the line.
His religion and race teaches him to be a dog.
People like Apa Dog does not know and understand shame as long as easy money, projects and titles comes in smoothly. Apa Ali only understand and value bribery and licking Rosmah's cunt.

$170 Million Straight From Civil Service Pension Fund Into Najib's Personal Account!

$170 Million Straight From Civil Service Pension Fund Into Najib's Personal Account!
Speaking to an audience in Geneva yesterday DAP Finance Spokesperson, Tony Pua detailed the simple steps by which US$170 million was transferred out of the Civil Servant Pension Fund, KWAP into Najib’s personal AmBank spending account in 2011.
The transfer, long suspected by observers, represents one of the final missing jigsaw pieces in the tale of theft at 1MDB and raises further questions about the transactions of yet another Swiss Bank Julius Baer and also the role of Standard Chartered Bank, which held the bogus Blackstone Asia account in Singapore.
A total of RM4 billion was raised by SRC (set up as a subsidiary to 1MDB in 2011) with the first draw-down of RM2 billion of that money taking place in August of that year. It was then transferred abroad, supposedly for ‘international investments’, thereby making it harder for Malaysian investigators to trace.
However, in three short steps the following November, the money was simply transferred back into Malaysia and into Najib’s own personal bank account!
The intermediary was SRC International’s account at the Swiss bank Julius Baer’s Hong Kong branch in a transfer partially uncovered by Sarawak Report in March of this year.
$170 million was transferred from the Malaysian fund to its account at Julius Baer under the guise of funding foreign investments, Pua stated. The sum was then passed on to the bogus BVI company Blackstone Asia Real Estate Partners (identified by the US Dept of Justice as being controlled by Jho Low through his associate Eric Tan) and then on during the same month of November into Najib’s KL account.
Amounting to around half a billion ringgit in Malaysian currency, this represents a large chunk of  the SRC missing money long suspected to have been almost entirely pilfered by the Prime Minister and his associates. Earlier this month the Swiss authorities confirmed that they had evidence that $800 million (the vast majority of the KWAP loan) was indeed misappropriated according to their international banking investigations, but failed to release the details.
MACC (Malaysian Anti Corruption Commission) investigations have already established that over RM60 million was transferred directly from SRC locally to other accounts held by Najib at AmBank. That money was passed by Nik Faisal Arif Kamil (another associate of Jho Low) who was appointed Chief Executive of SRC and had also been given authorised status to manage these accounts for the Prime Minister.
Pua explained the series of 1MDB to a selected audience at the University of Geneva
Pua explained the series of 1MDB to a selected audience at the University of Geneva

‘Prince Saud Abdulaziz Al-Saud ‘

Najib has long sought to explain the massive payments into his account by referring to what he said were donations from a bogus Saudi ‘Prince Saud Abdulaziz Al-Saud ‘. When it was clearly proven by MACC investigators that at least RM67 million had been merely directed locally straight from SRC to his accounts set up by Nik Kamil, he issued the excuse that he had not realised this to be the case.
Najib informed the new Attorney General he had just appointed (since the old one was about to prosecute him) that he had understood the money came from the alleged Saudi donation. This excuse was accepted by his new AG, Apandi Ali, who did not request him to repay the money to the pension fund.
Meanwhile, a new document obtained by Sarawak Report sheds fascinating light on the reality behind the so-called Prince Saud Abdulaziz Al-Saud, whose purported letters of explanation were sent to AmBank each time one of these enormous payments were made into Najib’s account.
No one has been able to identify this particular Saudi Royal, even though the payments are so large that he would have to have been one of the richest members of the Saudi ruling family to afford them. Indeed the letter sent to AmBank in November 2011 gives two different versions of this character’s name and one of the bank accounts later used to make another payment, allegedly by him, uses another name entirely, Prince Faisal bin Turkey bin Bandar Alsaud
The November 2011 letter from 'Prince Abdulaziz' claimed it was to support Najib's Global Movement of Moderation
The November 2011 letter from ‘Prince Abdulaziz’ claimed it was to support Najib’s Global Movement of Moderation
The letter referred to Najib’s alleged good works through his pet project for impressing the Americans, entitled the Global Movement of the Moderates, which this Saudi Wahabi Prince was allegedly supporting.
Seal and signature
Seal and signature (bogus)
The document bears a striking resemblance to the letter head of another close associate of Jho Low, the beneficial shareholder of PetroSaudi, Prince Turki bin Abdullah. Prince Turki was paid millions of dollars in back-handers by Low for allowing his shell company PetroSaudi to be used as a front for the 1MDB joint venture, which siphoned $1.83 billion of borrowed money out of Malaysia.
The Department of Justice has also confirmed that Prince Turki passed $20 million from money removed from that joint venture deal straight to Najib’s own bank accounts.
Sarawak Report has a copy of Turki’s own letterhead used for business ventures later spearheaded by PetroSaudi in Venezuela and it bears a remarkable resemblance to the apparently bogus figure behind the payments into Najib’s AmBank account.
Prince Turki's letterhead
Prince Turki’s letterhead
Did Jho Low and his team use his pal’s letter head to simply forge a similar ‘royal looking’ document? The fugitive billionaire has yet to answer any questions on his role at 1MDB and Malaysia has closed down all investigations on the AG’s decision that ‘there has been no wrongdoing’
Seal and signature
Seal and signature (Turki)
However, Najib’s press man Paul Stadlen has been informing international journalists that reports that Prince Abdulaziz was indeed Prince Turki should be taken as being well-founded.
The only problem being that Prince Turki is just one of scores of Saudi Princes, whose personal means are limited when it comes to donating on a scale of hundreds of millions of dollars. Indeed, to the contrary it is Prince Turki who got the backhanders from Malaysia, which is probably why he is considered the perfect person to keep his mouth shut.
Prince Turki (2nd left) just before the signing of the PetroSaudi JV
Prince Turki (2nd left) just before the signing of the PetroSaudi JV

Thursday, October 27, 2016

UMNO is using the same 7 methods the Elites used to control its people

All societies are run by an elite. In the past, this elite was the hereditary aristocracy. Today, the elite are extremely wealthy globalists. Here are some of the techniques they use to stay on top.
The first three items in this list are items that we have little influence over. They are determined by the government, which in turn is wholly owned by the elite. In theory, we can change these through our votes. In reality, we have almost no influence on these policies.
The last four are also wholly owned by the elite, but our use of them is within our control. If we are being controlled through them, we have no one but ourselves to blame.

1. Violence

One of the obvious ways that the elite control the populace is through the threat of violence. If someone from outside the ruling class tries to gain entry, he will quickly find himself either killed or imprisoned. Virtually every ruling class has used this method.
The US makes abundant use of violence to enforce the established order. Frequently the force used is excessive. For example, in 2013 a dental hygienist named Miriam Carey drove to a White House security checkpoint. When an officer told her to stop, she instead tried to make a U-turn back to the road. Officers tried to block her and she took off leading to a car chase that ended when officers shot and killed the young mother even though she posed no real threat.
The state monopoly on violence is the most acceptable form of control. When used well, it preserves order without negatively affecting most of the people. It only becomes a problem when it becomes excessive.

2. Welfare

Bread and Circuses
Governments have been using welfare to placate the unwashed masses for thousands of years. During that last days of the Roman Republic, politicians provided bread to poor voters in order to buy their votes.
Unfortunately, the vote buying scheme did not last forever. Once the people figured out that they could vote for “free stuff” for themselves, the Republic became unmanageable. After a lot of political upheaval, this eventually required that a strong dictator in the form of Julius Caesar rise to power.
In our own day, governments provide free food, housing, and even cell phones to the poor to buy their votes and keep them from causing trouble. Don’t think for a minute that when you hear Hillary Clinton propose another handout that she actually has a shred of concern for her fellow citizens. It is still a method of control and vote buying.

3. Taxes

Taxes used to really anger Americans
The elite use tax policy to prevent others from becoming wealthy and thus entering the ranks of the elite themselves. In the US, the wealthiest 1% pays very little in taxes because the majority of their income derives from capital gains, which are taxed at a much lower rate than ordinary income.
Ironically, Democrats who want to tax high wage earners in the name of “sticking it to the rich” are in reality perpetuating the entrenched elite of the super rich. To foster greater economic mobility, the tax system should be made less progressive with the goal being to lower taxes on ordinary income.

4. Sportsball


Karl Marx famously said that religion is the opiate of the masses. Perhaps that was true in Marx’s day but it is definitely not true now. Today, religion plays a minor role in the lives of most people. Rather, the more powerful opiate in the lives of modern men is watching sports.

There are whole segments of the male (and increasingly the female) populace who spend Saturdays and Sundays glued to the TV watching their favorite college and professional sports teams. And it is not just mere entertainment. People take their sports so seriously that they may get depressed if their team loses an important game.

Sports are a multibillion dollar industry in the US and it is all put on by the elites who are wealthy enough to own sports teams. Even college sports are sponsored by the wealthy trustees of universities.

The way to avoid being trapped by the spectator sports distraction is to put it in its proper perspective. While there is nothing wrong with watching a game on the weekend, there is no reason to buy lots of paraphernalia or to waste time memorizing statistics. Why get emotionally involved over the battle of two corporations? Also, it is better to participate in sports directly rather than watching somebody else do it. That is also good advice for the next distraction which is…

5. Porn

Starting in the 1950s, pornographers waged a three-decade long battle to overturn or weaken US obscenity laws. They were successful. With the advent of the internet, porn became ubiquitous. While libertarians may celebrate this as the triumph of personal freedom, the reality is that it has become one of the most powerful forms of control of the masses.
I don’t have to tell any man how potent the sex drive is. We find the visual stimulation of porn extremely addicting. Some studies show that at least half of all men are addicted. I think the percentage is much higher.
Using porn is a huge time waster. Rather than accomplishing something useful, some men spend an hour or two a day trying to find exciting images. That’s time that would be better put to use lifting weights, learning a martial art, meeting girls, fathering a family, or starting a company.
But porn is more than a time suck. It also takes away a man’s edge. It tricks his mind into believing that he has become the emperor of China with 300 vaginas ready to meet his every need. In other words, using porn makes a man complacent. You can see this in the herbivore men of Japan who consider it easier to sit at home and wank instead of finding a wife or achieving great things.
Whether it was intentional or not, porn has turned into one of the most effective forms of control of the masses. If we are all busy spanking our brains out, we are not going to notice the fact that our government has turned into a plutocracy. We are not going to care that we are being treated like cattle to make our masters even richer.

6. Entertainment

The most popular post on my blog is the very first one I wrote. The topic is what I learned from watching the television show Naked and Afraid. While I think the post has a beneficial message, my weightier posts get much less traffic. The primary reason for the popularity of my post is because it concerns a TV show. Posts on ROK that comment on movies are similarly very popular.
Like sports, there is nothing wrong with enjoying television, film, or video games when it is done in moderation. But popular entertainment is almost always laced with messagesthat try to advance the progressive agenda. And like porn or sports, getting too involved with entertainment can blind us to what is happening in the real world.
How do you know if you are addicted to entertainment? Here is a simple test. If you are a grown man, and you felt a strong compulsion to go see the latest Star Wars movie, you are addicted to entertainment. The next time a blockbuster rolls around, wait until it comes out on video.

7. Social Media

When it is not being censored by the elites, social media can be an extremely powerful tool that we can exploit to bring back the patriarchy. Unfortunately, 99% of people don’t use it as a tool for good. They use it to status whore. Women are the guiltiest users but men do it as well posting pictures of their scotch or barbecue techniques.
The best fix for social media is to use it with awareness. If you find yourself slipping into status whoring or getting involved with pointless arguments, drop it and do something useful instead.


Aristotle teaches that true freedom is not the license to do whatever we please. True freedom is the ability to act in accordance with reason. If we are unable to do what is good, we are slaves no matter how much empowering language we use to dress up the fact of our servitude.
Liberating ourselves from elite control may not topple them in the short term, but it will make our individual lives better. That alone makes it worth the effort.

Wednesday, October 26, 2016

The Whole World has no respect for stupid UMNO Youth

GEORGE TOWN, Oct 26 — Hundreds of Umno Youth members, clad in black shirts emblazoned with the Malay words “Pemuda Bangkit” or “Youths Rise”, marched to Komtar today demanding the resignation of Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng.
The youths grouped at Menara Umno about 800m away at 1pm before their 2pm march to the landmark tower building that houses the Penang government offices.
Leading the demonstrators dubbed “Himpunan Pemuda Bangkit Pulau Pinang 2016, Ride Against Corruption” were Umno Youth deputy chief Khairul Azwan Harun and Penang Umno Youth chief Rafizal Abdul Rahim.
While the state executive committee chaired by Lim huddled around the meeting table, the demonstrators kicked up a din and held up banners stating in Bahasa Malaysia: “step down Guan Eng”, “Guan Eng corrupt” and “destroy Bersih”.
Umno Youth members marching to Komtar in George Town to demand the resignation of the Penang chief minister, October 26, 2016. — Pictures by KE OoiUmno Youth members marching to Komtar in George Town to demand the resignation of the Penang chief minister, October 26, 2016. — Pictures by KE Ooi
Khairul and Rafizal later stood on the back of a four-wheel drive and shouted for Lim to resign and to call on the police to put a stop to the Bersih 5 rally scheduled to be held on November 19.
“We will continue to hold peaceful protests against Guan Eng until he steps down and against Bersih until they cancel it,” Khairul said.
He later handed a memorandum addressed to Lim detailing their reasons for their demands.
They demanded that Lim resign due to the current corruption case pending against him and that the state government withdraw its support to Bersih 5.
Umno Youth members marching to Komtar in George Town to demand the resignation of the Penang chief minister, October 26, 2016.Umno Youth members marching to Komtar in George Town to demand the resignation of the Penang chief minister, October 26, 2016.They also demanded that the state government build more low cost housing here while telling the state to stop over-development that is causing flash floods and landslides.
“We want the state government to stop reclamation works as it is affecting the ecosystem and the livelihood of fishermen,” Rafizal said.
The group dispersed after about 30 minutes.
This is the second demonstration by Penang Umno Youth after the first one on October 1.

What Happens if Warisan win 42 seats??????