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Thursday, 28 March 2013

GEMPAR ! 13 rahsia strategi jahat Anwar yang wajib diketahui menjelang #PRU13 #TolakPR


GEMPAR ! 13 rahsia strategi jahat Anwar yang wajib diketahui menjelang #PRU13 #TolakPR

on Thursday, March 28, 2013 by Generasi Pejuang Bangsa
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Menjelang PRU 13 ,  ramai bekas pemimpin PKR seperti Datuk Zul Noordin , Zahid Mat Arip, Ng Lum Yong dan lain-lain   telah mendedahkan  beberapa  rancangan jahat Anwar bila hampir nak pilihanraya  .

 Untuk makluman semua , 13 Kejutan yang mungkin tidak pernah difikirkan oleh sesetengah dari kita bakal berlaku menjelang pilihan raya ke13.

 Perlu diingat tujuan dan perancangan licik ini bakal menerjah ke ruang-ruang minda rakyat dan semuanya dilakukan bagi menggaburi mata setiap dari kita khususnya rakyat sebelum hari mengundi nanti. Apakah 13 kejutan yang bakal berlaku 

Sebagai rakyat ,  jangan terus mempercayai 13 rancangan ini dan yang paling penting harus persoal mengapa ia  berlaku bila hampir nak PRU 13.



Kenyataan Rasmi Blogger Disaman- Anwar Ibrahim Di Minta Berundur Jumaat Ini?




Kenyataan Rasmi Blogger Disaman- Anwar Ibrahim Di Minta Berundur Jumaat Ini?

Oleh rmf
Kenyataan Rasmi oleh Blogger yang disaman  Anwar brahim RM100juta untuk menutup kesalahannya. Anwar diminta berundur dan bertaubat sebelum  video seterusnya dikeluarkan. Saksi dalam hal ini ialah anak menantu Anwar brahim sendiri.
Saya agak teruja dengan kenyataan ini, kerana blogger tersebut masih lagi didalam pertimbangan untuk meneruskan niatnya demi menjaga  nama baik Anwar Brahim sekeluarga, ini adalah kerana ianya melibatkan perilaku diantara lelaki dengan lelaki. Tahniah saya ucapkan.
Kenyataan Rasmi dari bloger yang di saman oleh Anuar Ibrahim sebanyak rm 100 juta
Salam Datin Sri Wan Azizah isteri kepada Dato Sri Anwar Bin Ibrahim ketua umum Pakatan Pembangkang. Tujuan saya mengarang artikel ini bukankah dengan niat untuk mengaibkan keluarga Datin Sri tetapi lebih kepada seorang anak yang sayangkan Datin Sri sekeluarga sesama umat Islam.
Datin Sri, saya percaya Datin Sri telah mengetahui berkenaan video yang saya keluarkan tempoh hari yang mana video tersebut memaparkan kemesraan Dato Sri Anwar Ibrahim dan seorang mahasiswa berumur 19 tahun didalam sebuah bilik hotel.
Apa yang saya nak nyatakan hari ini adalah tindakan Dato Sri Anwar Ibrahim yang menggunakan menantu Datin Sri suami kepada Nurul Izzah . Raja Shahril suami kepada Nurul Izzah telah dipergunakan oleh Anwar Ibrahim untuk membawa beliau ke lokasi lokasi liwat sekitar Kuala Lumpur dan lembah Klang dengan menggunakan kenderaan Kia Spectra milik keluarga Datin Sri.
Saya beranggapan Datin Sri tidak tahu mengenai pekara ini walaupun dalam hati saya mengesyaki Datin Sri tahu apa yang dilakukan Anwar Ibrahim dengan menggunakan menantu Datin Sri sebagai ALIBI ketika beliau menjalankan kerja kotor beliau meliwat anak muda.
Saya seorang Islam dan saya telah belajar daripada apa yang saya pernah dedahkan perihal Dato Sri sebelum ini yang melanggan pelacur China sepertimana yang didedahkan Dato Eskay. Saya telah mengeluarkan video seks tersebut untuk paparan umum dan saya lihat Dato Sri malah Datin Sri dan Nurul Izzah juga bersama sama menafikan aksi didalam video tersebut sebagai Dato Sri Anwar Ibrahim walaupun video tersebut 99.9% tulen dan pelakunya adalah Anwar Ibrahim.
Untuk kali ini saya harap supaya saya tidak mengeluarkan video tersebut kerana adengan yang berlaku adalah antara lelaki sesama lelaki. Satu benda yang begitu aib untuk keluarga Datin Sri jika ianya tersebar apatah lagi melibatkan menantu Datin Sri sebagai orang yang menghantar Dato Sri meliwat mahasiswa itu.
Untuk makluman Datin Sri dan juga para pembaca, video tersebut hanya berada di tangan saya dan saya tidak pernah memberikan kepada sesiapa sekalipun melainkan memberi kepada beberapa orang rakan Blogger untuk tontonan. Video yang saya ada berwarna dan mempunyai audio yang jelas dan ianya juga telah disahkan oleh pengarah strategik PKR Rafizi Ramli sendiri. Atas sebab sebab tidak mahu mengaibkan Datin Sri dan keluarga saya pohon agar Datin Sri dapat menasihati Dato Sri untuk kembali ke pangkal jalan.
Datin Sri, sebagai seorang isteri semestinya mentaati perintah suami apatahlagi perkahwinan antara Datin Sri dan Dato Sri adalah antara dasar suka sama suka walaupun mendapat tentangan daripada ayah Datin Sri. Namun dalam isu ini saya rasa Datin Sri perlu menasihati Dato Sri agar berhenti dari melakukan kegiatan sumbang dan adalah lebih baik berundur dari pentas politik untuk mengelakkan diaibkan dengan lebih dasyat lagi.
Ehsan satu satunya anak lelaki tunggal Datin Sri yang kini tinggal di New York juga mengharapkan sedemikian kerana beliau sudah tidak tahan lagi dengan pendedahan demi pendedahan yang menimpa Papa nya. Apakah Datin Sri mahu Ehsan anak lelaki tunggal dalam keluarga Datin Sri membuang keluarganya dek kerana video yang akan dipertontonkan kelak? Apakah Ehsan dan juga anak anak Datin Sri yang lain sanggup untuk melihat video tersebut?
Saya masih lagi menimbang untuk tidak mengaibkan Dato Sri Anwar Ibrahim. Apa yang saya mahukan beliau berundur dari pentas politik dan bertaubat dari melakukan apa yang dilakukannya waktu ini. Saya yakin jika beliau berundur secara terhormat rakyat akan mengerti dan akan kagum dengan apa yang dilakukan Dato Sri Anwar Ibrahim.
Mungkin Dato Sri Anwar Ibrahim boleh mengatakan apa yang berlaku adalah konspirasi politik. Namun apa yang pasti menantu Datin Sri tahu apa yang berlaku. Cukuplah dengan saya memberikan butiran kejadian tersebut menggunakan Kia Spectra untuk menghantar Dato Sri Anwar. Cukuplah setakat disitu apa yang saya maklumkan buat Datin Sri.
Akhir kata dari saya buat Datin Sri sekeluarga, berhenti dari terus diaibkan kerana kuasa yang diidamkan hanyalah duniawi semata mata. Namun jika Aib yang melanda keluarga Dato Sri Anwar Ibrahim ini sudah pasti 7 keturunan sekalipun akan melekat dibibir rakyat Malaysia dan juga Dunia. Fikirkanlah kesan anak anak dan cucu Datin Sri. Fikirkanlah dengan mendalam apa yang saya katakan ini. Sesungguhnya Allah maha mengasihi dan mengampuni umatnya.
Salam Datin Sri, semoga keluarga Datin Sri tidak mendapat aib yang lebih dasyat dek kerana keegoan Dato Sri Anwar Bin Ibrahim. Jumaat ini saya harap Dato Sri Anwar Ibrahim berundur.
Psssttt…. Gua nyatakan dengan ikhlas demi menjaga aib sesama umat Islam.
- Nukilan Papa Gomo 27hb Mac 2013 jam 3.30 pagi
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Wednesday, 27 March 2013

Monday, 25 March 2013

DAIM : 'I want Najib to win, Anwar not fit to be PM' / Don't waste time on Anwar




'I want Najib to win, Anwar not fit to be PM'

WHENEVER Tun Daim Zainuddin is not orbiting the globe, he will be holed up in his workstation at Wisma YPR (Yayasan Pok Rafeah, named after his late mother).
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His desk is one sprawling clutter of printouts and financial analyses helpfully sent daily by an organisation headed by a friend -- a former prime minister of a neighbouring Asian country.
The hallway is in a different galaxy. It is virtually an art gallery. He owns more than 2,000 paintings. Some paintings are now worth 10 times what he paid for. He was chairman of the National Art Gallery before he joined the cabinet. The lawyer-turned-housing developer who later became finance minister (twice) is not selling.
The range of passions is bewildering. He is a fan of Datuk Shah Rukh Khan. Daim is a significant shareholder of a bank with many branches in Africa. He is chairman of the AFC (Asian Football Confederation) audit committee.
At 74, he plays badminton with increasingly younger mates. And, he displays a Manchester United replica jersey autographed by Sir Bobby Charlton.
"I am a busybody," he explained as he greeted New Straits Times journalists -- A. JALIL HAMID, RASHID YUSOF and HARIZ MOHD -- and photographer, ZAHARI ZAKARIA, to kickstart a series of exhaustive interviews.
Daim, who had precipitated a near-crash of the stock market in 1994 with his "sell" advice and later named "chief conspirator" by Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim, has since sparked a media frenzy for a new reason.
It is political punditry, having correctly predicted the outcome of the March 2008 general election; so the NST prodded him for new predictions. We probed his political allegiance and provoked him even as the sessions shifted focus from one hot topic to another.
By the time we were done, newer perspectives and insights had been gleaned from the political events of the 1997 Asian Financial Crisis, the future of Umno, Datuk Seri Najib Razak, Anwar, Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad, Lee Kuan Yew, to the rise of China and the Arab Spring (which he jokingly referred to as "the Arab Fall").
The resultant Qs and As will run in two parts. This instalment deals mostly with the immediate political questions.
"If you ask me, between the two, Najib or Anwar, I would choose Najib."
The second half of the interview, which will be published tomorrow, discusses, among others, key events in the "Mahathir Years".

Question: Tun, since your retirement, you have given a number of interviews to the Chinese dailies, but hardly any to the mainstream media. Any particular reason for this?
Answer: I have been asked to give so many interviews, but all they wanted to know is when will the elections be held and what is my prediction of the outcome. So, before the election, which I predict will be by next month (he laughs), this will be my last interview.
I don't want to give any more interviews because all of you only ask about the elections and it's quite tiresome.
Also, I don't want people to misquote me. I heard people say that I had said BN would win only three states. That is not true. You must read my answers in full. I said BN, in particular Umno, must work hard, stay united and put up the best candidates to win.
Yes, I have given interviews to Chinese press mostly. The Chinese wanted to understand the thinking of the Malays. To address their concerns, I must know what is in their minds, their fears and their aspirations and they wanted to know if our economic policies are right. They want peace in the country and they know to have peace, you need political stability.
Have you read their articles on government policies? Someone will whisper to the government about this or that paper, or that this writer is being anti-establishment.
I say, "Stop!" I have read their articles. While they do criticise, they are not being anti-establishment. You argue with facts and statistics. The process will produce a healthy debate.

Question: So, for you, being critical does not mean one is anti-establishment. Are you also saying that the pattern of voicing out may not necessarily cost Barisan Nasional votes?
Answer: Precisely. That is my central argument. I have always advocated a robust debate. Over the years, I personally do find certain policies objectionable, but I am still a supporter of the government as there are more good policies than bad.
For the rest of the nation, if you disagree with government policies, yes, go ahead and criticise, but constructively. I would fear more for the country if people gave up and didn't care. I believe that it is only when you care that you want things to be for the better, that you voice out. A passive passionless society will be a disaster for the country.

Question: Still on politics associated with the Chinese community, parallels had been drawn between DAP and PAP (People's Action Party). Is this a fair comparison?
Answer: I don't think there is much of a relationship.
I think Lee Kuan Yew does not have much respect for DAP's leadership. The quality is not there. Earlier on, yes, when they had a branch here, when Devan Nair was here, and Zain Azahari joined the PAP. Zain is still around and practises law. I think there were many intellectuals who joined the PAP. That would be the crowd who would follow Kuan Yew.
The PAP is more intelligent and more calculating, very suave in their approach. The DAP is really a Chinese party. It's not a multiracial party. It's chauvinistic, but claims to be Malaysian Malaysia.
You can see in its last party election, members don't want even a single Malay to be in the top leadership.
This is very clear. That is their idea of Malaysian Malaysia. Whatever their leadership may claim, their members are their main drivers.
Pas has similar problems.

When the issue of kalimah Allah cropped up, the leadership thought they could simply follow the lead taken by Anwar. But the grassroots responded by rejecting the stand of its leadership. And the Majlis Syura also said "no".
If the Chinese don't understand this, they will be sorely mistaken when push comes to shove.

Question: What about Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR)?
Answer: PKR has always been a one-man show. Its history is a party fighting for Anwar. They are former Umno members. Later, some liberals joined them, taken in by the rallying call of justice and fairness, but it's just pure "sloganeering". It is actually fighting just for one man, not even for justice. Who have they fought for? What cause have they pursued? See the stand on Palestine. It is a question of justice and humanitarian cause. They support Israel.

Question: And Pakatan Rakyat?
Answer: When you are elected to Parliament, you debate in Parliament. We do it in a civilised way. We elect people and we address them as "The Honourable Member". PKR is a party born from the streets. So, it will always return to the streets. That is their culture. So, you can see demonstrations in the streets organised, or supported by them. Pas was never like that. The DAP was never like that.
Anwar had repeatedly said there would be Arab Spring-like demonstrations should Pakatan lose in the next general election because of what they deem as "cheating".
He has set the stage to justify their losses if they lose in the next general election.
Pakatan is prepping the people so that they can scapegoat the government and the Election Commission.
First, we are not an Arab country. And second, if there is rigging in previous general elections, how did Pakatan win five states in 2008?
Arab Spring has turned out to be Arab Fall (for the lack of a unifying leadership and instability it has induced).

Question: Arab Fall?
Answer: You should read the history of Egypt under King Farouk, then only can you understand the mood and feelings at the time of the coup in 1952.
I visited Egypt at the end of my studies in the late 1950s and it saddens me how these freedom fighters had failed to run their countries successfully.
They had failed to raise the standard of living of their people and during my last visit a few years back, there's still the same poverty.
You must read Gamal Abdul Nasser's Revolt of the Nile. It is a small book but it has frightened the West that they compared him with Hitler. We are not from the Arab World. You must understand the background of the Middle East, why it is not happening and will not happen here in the East.
You want deaths in our streets? You want to see bloodshed? (Pan Arab nationalism dated back to July 1952 when Gamal, a colonel in the Egyptian army, led his secret group "Free Officers" to overthrow King Farouk 1, who was the king of Egypt and Sudan.
(His successful revolt was made an example by several other military officers in the Arab world to dethrone their monarchs, including Iraqi General Abd al-Karim Qasim in 1958 (the coup against the Hashemite monarchy) and Libyan Muammar Gaddafi, who led a group of young military officers, to overthrow King Idris 1 in 1969.)

Question: What of Malaysian politics and the changing geopolitical landscape and events elsewhere?
Answer: China and Japan had demonstrated their qualities as genuine friends of this country at the height of the Asian Financial Crisis.
China decided not to devalue its currency, while Japan handed Malaysia a US$5 billion (RM15.6 billion) soft loan. Its then vice-finance minister Eisuke Sakakibara told me not to tell the Americans of the gesture.
The United States did not want to help us, for reasons too numerous to enumerate here.
Anwar has this tendency of toeing the American line.
If anything happens to Malaysia's economy, the US and European countries, whose economies are falling apart, would not bother to help.
If we keep toeing the American line, what would our friends think? They were the ones who helped us, while the US tried to sink us.
China is now the second largest economy and it is growing.
President Barack Obama has quickly visited Myanmar and tilted his foreign policy towards the Pacific, which is about balancing the influence of China.
There is already an economic crisis now in Europe, the US and Japan.
China, India, Brazil and Russia all are slowing down; we must not have the wrong team to manage the economy.
The danger here is somebody with no experience, who has shown no capability of handling the last crisis.  There is going to be a big danger that we may go down. And nobody is going to help us. Because the US, their good friend, and  Europe will not be helping us. They   are in trouble themselves.
 It is dangerous if Pakatan under Anwar is to lead the country. I am worried as he does not have the depth in economy, always needed people to tell him --  what to think and what to do.
  So far, there has not been even one significant idea from Anwar as the economic adviser to the Selangor government.
 Worse, Selangor has badly handled its water issue, which had dismayed developers, investors  and the people.    Of course, they will blame everything on the Federal Government despite the fact the Langat 2 water  project was planned  before they came to power in the state.   
Why doesn't he become economic adviser to Kelantan and Kedah if Pakatan believes he is good?
Think seriously.  Think of our future.

Question:   Anwar believes that he is destined to become the next prime minister.
Answer: Well, destiny is an act of God.   You can be only one heartbeat away from that post but man proposes, God disposes.   I think God still loves Malaysia (smiles).

Question:   What are BN's chances in the general election? Will it be able to secure a two-thirds majority?
Answer: There you go again, the election questions.   Well, I would say Barisan will win. It is good that the government (BN) thinks it can get a two-thirds majority. That should  be their target.
Umno has about 3.3 million members, MCA about one million and MIC,  about 600,000. That's already about half of the voters. Now, you only need some support from the fence-sitters, you should then  be able to win.  But BN must put new and clean candidates who are  acceptable to voters.
But before BN can win, there must be unity within the coalition. If they are not united, Pakatan will do better. That's what happened in 2008.
Stay united, be loyal and don't sabotage.  We need a steady and experienced hand. Only BN has the experience.
We have gone through crisis after crisis, and recovered  very quickly.   We have to tell the Chinese that we cannot experiment.   Look at Japan.   Look around us.   Look at Britain.   Study what is happening.

Question:    Personally, do you want to see Najib win this election?
Answer: If you ask me, between the two, Najib or Anwar, I would choose Najib. I will give Najib the chance. Give him the mandate and see whether he delivers because Anwar has had his chances, but he blew them.
  I want Najib to win because I don't think Anwar is the right candidate to be prime minister.
I believe he will mess up the country by getting advice from the likes of the  IMF (International Monetary Fund), World Bank and Wolfowitz (Paul Wolfowitz, former World Bank president).
   I will support Najib, but he must fight corruption and crime, strengthen the nation's security and review the education system. Make English compulsory in all national schools. Without English, we are  dead, especially the Malays. The Malays must realise, without English they cannot compete. We must insist on English as a second language.
 It was not a mistake to change the medium of instruction from English to Bahasa Malaysia.   It is the language of the nation and of unity.   If we don't speak the same language, how do we understand one another?   
The mistake was in the policies which were to promote Bahasa Malaysia, it had to be at the expense of English.  We should not have to kill English to make Bahasa Malaysia the lingua franca of the country.
  If possible, we should  learn Arabic, because the rich Arab countries will be where the money comes from.
  On the nation's security, every day in the media and on television, there are news reports of  murder and  crime. You say our country is safe, but if people don't feel safe, they will not believe you   regardless of the statistics.
  On corruption, tell the rakyat  that the government is serious in wanting to get rid of it. But it cannot do it alone, it needs the rakyat's help. Raise the awareness of rakyat on the evils of corruption and get schools involved in it. Educate the students. If the government and rakyat work together, we can succeed. It is a two-way thing. The government  alone cannot fight corruption.   People must be clean and honest.  Don't just blame the government. Tepuk sebelah tangan tak berbunyi.      If people are honest and clean, the government, too, can be clean.  The government must come down strongly on  those who are corrupt.

Question:   The pledges and promises Najib  made, are they good for the country?
Answer: Give Najib a chance. Five years. Test him. Give him the mandate. He is doing a fairly  good job. Let's see him deliver and continue with his transformation policies.
Najib should reshuffle the cabinet. Bring in new faces. People think he is carrying too much deadwood in the cabinet. Most are already  past their use-by date. 

source : nst

Don't waste time on Anwar, says Daim


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THIS is final part of the interview with former finance minister Tun Daim Zainuddin, who helped the Malaysian economy survive the 1997 Asian financial crisis.

Without mincing words, Daim discussed with New Straits Times journalists A. JALIL HAMID, RASHID YUSOF and HARIZ MOHD and photographer ZAHARI ZAKARIA the key events during the "Mahathir Years", including the events which led to Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim's downfall.
Question: Media reports suggested at the time of your departure from the cabinet in 1991 that Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad had three names in mind as the new finance minister -- Tan Sri Sanusi Junid, Tan Sri Rafidah Aziz and Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim. Was this indeed the case?
Answer: Rafidah was then the minister for trade, having been appointed to the post after the Team A versus Team B split in 1987. Sanusi was minister for agriculture.
Dr Mahathir wasn't too sure about Anwar. He said, "I don't think Anwar can handle the ministry of finance" given his academic background. He was a graduate in Malay studies.
My counter argument went along this line -- "I think if you want him to be your successor you have to groom him.
"I can help him and guide him, give advice."
In the end, I managed to convince Dr Mahathir.
Anwar used to come to my house very often to seek my advice on matters related to the ministry of finance.
He would also bring me to to his house for lunch very often. His aunt cooked my favourite dishes.
Question: Given that Anwar had later named you as the "chief conspirator" leading to his sacking from the cabinet in 1998, when did things actually turn sour?
Answer: There was no fallout between us until he started accusing me of being a chief conspirator. This is an old story. No one is interested in the whys and wherefores. It is the now and the future that people are interested in.
Really, we should not waste time with Anwar. He is past his use-by date. His time had come and gone.
I also think that you should not give so much news space to him. That's what he likes. He does not like to be ignored, so ignore him I say. He should be left to be the entertainer that he is, dancing and singing at ceramahs. As I said his time is gone, like a burung punggok merindukan bulan, (a dog barking at the caravans, and the caravans have moved on).
But as you keep insisting, I will answer. The best person to speak about Anwar is Sanusi. They were in school together.
They were in Abim (Angkatan Belia Islam Malaysia) and in the cabinet, and Sanusi was secretary-general of Umno. Anyway, I promised to answer so I will answer.
Okay, my answer to Anwar -- I'm no Cassius. I maybe thin but I don't have the hungry look. And definitely, I'm no Brutus.
When Anwar claim- ed that I was the conspirator, he knows the truth that I played no part, no role whatsoever. I knew nothing about the case until I was told about it. I might be a busybody, but I do not interfere with people's private life. I don't want people to know about mine either. I don't want to know what people do behind closed doors. I'm not interested. People whispered to me, but I said, "Look, we are all human, we all have weaknesses."
But I understand he was under pressure, it was his political survival and he was a drowning man, clutching at whatever to keep himself afloat, plus he knew that I would never answer any allegations thrown at me. I thought I was his friend and he was in trouble, and I let it be.
I also thought that it was so farfetched that it was laughable. Anwar, for example said I took out RM2 billion cash by plane. I must be an idiot, and any way how much is RM2 billion cash? Probably a few lorries to transport!
At the end of the day, truth will always prevail. You can't hide it. If not today, one day, the truth would be told. In the case of his supporters, even if he were to do all that he is alleged to have done, right on the carpet in front of their eyes, they will not believe. To them, everything is a conspiracy.
Anwar's problem was that his image was whiter than white. When stories got around because he got this image, it's difficult for people to believe. In life, some things are too strange to be true but they are true.
As Sherlock Holmes said, "When you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth".
There was a myth about Kennedy, too, but people did not talk about it during his lifetime. After his death, you read about him and what he did behind closed doors.
Question: There was talk back then that your motivation in ousting Anwar was that you were anxious about protecting your business interests?
Answer: That was his line, that he was this super hero fighting crime and corruption and, therefore, had to be brought down. If you know the things about him that I know, that line of his is hilarious, and the cheek of it all, to claim righteousness.
I had then retired and what business interests did I have? I had to sell all my assets before joining the government in 1984.
But later on, after I had left, when I was made chairman of the northern triangle, there was a clause in the agreement that I would be able to venture into business. I was not a member of the cabinet anyway.
I ventured overseas after my retirement. I didn't want to do my business in Malaysia. But after my banks overseas became successful I needed to have a bank locally, I bought a bank. You can check, it was very expensive, I paid higher than anybody else. At that time, the highest anybody ever paid for a bank. This was a one-branch bank. Later, I sold this bank, too, when I rejoined the government at the last financial crisis. I really should stop buying banks in Malaysia. Every time I buy one, I'm made minister of finance and have to sell them.
Immediately after my retirement, I went away to Harvard University, in particular to the Kennedy School of Government as a visiting scholar.
Anwar kept calling me in Boston. (He asked) why I stayed there and asked me to come back. He needed me to help him, but I said I was enjoying my stay. I met a lot of people.
It was at Harvard that I met Francis Seow (who once served as Singapore's solicitor-general). He was writing books. Interesting books. You should read his books. We became good friends and often exchanged views over lunch.
Then it was about the so-called "Daim Boys".
They were also very close with Anwar after I left.
Most were Malay College old boys. They were in school with Anwar.
Yahya (the late Tan Sri Yahya Ahmad) was his head boy and Halim (Tan Sri Halim Saad) was at the Malay College.
Anwar, through his accusations, repeated the lie that I wanted this contract and that contract, and that because he was in the way, I got rid of him. A lie repeated many times, unfortunately, becomes a truth.
What contract? I want to ask, which contract did I or my family secure? Show me.
Show me one single contract I got from the government.
So I have always maintained, the danger with Anwar is that Anwar is more Sukarno than anything else. All fiery speeches, completely economical with the truth and an instigator at his best.
Question: Was there a turning point, one that had caused a fall- out?
Answer: There was no particular fallout. I was his scapegoat, among many other scapegoats. I was his friend, Dr Mahathir defended him. I told him not to open the Pandora's box by making a police report but he thought he was clever.
I've told you earlier that you should not waste news space on Anwar. But you insist and I'm answering only to make the point that if you have Pakatan and him leading Pakatan, then we are heading down the road to disaster. He was tested during the Asian financial crisis and he failed. I also think that he failed not just because of his policies, but also of his motivation. Dr Mahathir, for example, was totally offended by the crisis. He could not bear to see what he had taken time to build destroyed because of the greed of speculators and financial vultures, and he wanted to make sure the country was safe again.
Question: Some commentators had pointed out that Anwar at the time of the crisis did not help by raising interest rates to such a high level?
Answer: In the case of Anwar, at that time, he was really badly advised.
Because all along we know, Anwar on his own did not know what to do.
He has to get people to advise him and that was OK so long as you get good advice.
And of course at that time he really liked (Michel) Camdessus of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and James Wolfensohn of the World Bank.
And he was also close to Robert Rubin (secretary of treasury of the United States).
All these people later came to endorse him.
But you see, different countries have different environments, different stages of development, different conditions.
It's not the same.
You look at what happened during that crisis to South Korea, Thailand, Indonesia and us.
There's Singapore, China and Japan.
During that time, Anwar's stance was "follow what was advised by the IMF and World Bank".
That would be a normal reaction -- in a crisis like this, you need some big fellows to come and advise.
Because if there's any trouble, the IMF and World Bank will come and assist.
And if America backs you, you are also okay. And America has big influence over the IMF and World Bank.
In the case of South Korea, it wanted to borrow from Japan so that it would not go down.
But America refused to help. America told the Japanese not to help, so it went down and mind you, South Korea was close to the US. Don't expect the US to support us.
At that time, Robert Zoellick, who was deputy secretary of state, made it known that the doors were open for the American companies to go in to pick up companies at fire-sale prices.
This was the case with Indonesia when they came in and took almost everything they wanted.
They killed Thailand, too.
We saw what was happening. Dr Mahathir understood.
He said: "What we built... will be destroyed".
Years of growth and stability will be wiped out.
And if we are not careful, there might be riots like in Indonesia, South Korea and Thailand.
Probably worse.
So, he had to think how to stop it.
Question: Based on your articulation on the political scenario, you are troubled not by Anwar's so- called misconduct but more of his character?
Answer: I'm worried that he has not got the depth on economics.
If he again becomes the finance minister or prime minister, his inclination is to take the American line.
America is in crisis, Europe is in crisis.
He likes to identify with Europe, America and Australia.
He tried to get Australia to support him, to condemn and say our election will not be fair, etc.
He talks of Arab Spring, but he said the Arab Spring here is not a revolution but through the ballot box.
He had been telling the world that he will win this election.
If PR were to lose, it would be because of unfair practices and mobs could then go to the streets to protest. He promised to form the government in September 2008. Everybody got jittery and many believed him. That is his style. He is all talk and promises. Now, he tells the world he will win.
But the government isn't even responding. There has never been riggings in elections here. Last election, they formed five state governments.
Otherwise, how did the opposition win so many seats if the government rigged elections?
No election is perfect in this world.
But he has started this, and the government must respond.
Anwar is conditioning the minds of the people here and telling the world PR will win but he knows he cannot win.
As I said earlier, I question his (and also Pakatan's) motivation. His personal ambition is so overriding and an obsession that he does not care that it will be at the expense of peace and stability in his country.
Can you imagine the scenario if Pakatan does not get to Putrajaya? He will go on to claim that it is rigged and then bring on the Arab Spring here. Instigate the people that under Barisan Nasional, their votes were stolen and they have to go out to the streets to reclaim their votes.
This will cause havoc and he won't care because his ambition overrides all other considerations. And Pakatan doesn't care, too, because they are on the same ride.
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Tun Daim Zainuddin says Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim was tested during the Asian financial crisis and he failed.
source : nst

Read more: Don't waste time on Anwar, says Daim - General - New Straits Times http://www.nst.com.my/nation/general/don-t-waste-time-on-anwar-says-daim-1.241340#ixzz2OXnjaw7t



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MUST READ - OPEN LETTER TO ANWAR IBRAHIM 

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Yuktes Vijay – This letter was sent to online portal , Free Malaysia Today yesterday at 2pm. Sadly this letter is not being published by them. Have read here :
Dear Dato Seri,
Salam 1Malaysia.
I have been an avid fan of you since I was 12 years old. Your arrest in 1998 was one of the reasons that spurred me to do law and take on the fight for civil rights. However, much has changed since then as you can see. Your role as an Opposition Leader is an important aspect of democracy.
We, the rakyat, expect you to be diligent and honest in performing your role. But, sadly that has not been the case. There are reasons for me to feel skeptical about. And, if sadly you become my PM, I want to be at least assured that my country is in safe hands.
Terrorism links
A certain Suvrokamal Dutta, a renowned television celebrity, political commentator, and foreign policy and economic expert, wrote an article for MeriNews . The article was subsequently republished in a blog themalaysianrascal.blogspot.com . This are the excerpts from the article itself :
“Sheikh Yusuf Qaradawi a leading IslamicTheologian and visiting his personal house in Doha, Qatarraises many questions. Qaradawi is the unofficial Muslim leader of the Islamicworld and he supports suicide bombings against Israel as well as femalecircumcisions. At Qaradawi’s house Anwar Ibrahim also met Khalid Mashaal as perunofficial reports. Mashaal has taken responsibility for numerous suicidebombings, killing and wounding innocent civilians, including helpless women andchildren. The trip as many have claimed could be a part of damage control onpart of Anwar Ibrahim after his open support to Israel’sdefense of national security claims a comment which was not appreciated in hisown country Malaysia.”
“ …..Anwar Ibrahim has close and personal contactwith the Specially Designated Global Terrorists (SDGT) sources say Anwar hadpersonal contacts with Youssef Al Nada until at least 2011 reports claim Nadapersonally visited Anwar when the latter was on a visit to USA in 2011. Nada anEgyptian banker has been designated by the U.S.,the UN and Switzerland for having financed terrorism through an extensive financial network andproviding support for terrorist-related activities, including those undertakenby Osama bin Laden and Al-Qaida.
“Nada founded Bank Al Taqwa, the financialinstitution known to have provided cash transfers and investment advice to AlQaida in preparation for 9-1-1. Other close friends of Anwar includes HishamAl-Talib, former director of one of Al Nada’s companies and now with Ibrahim’sIIIT in the US; as well as Dr. Mohammed Manzoor Alam, co-founder with Al Nada of Al Taqwa Bank.
“Anwar has also served in the board of Al-Baraka Bank which has a questionable history which the US claims to be one of the main conduits for funding Al Qaida and other terror outfits. Anwar is also one of the founding members of the International Institute for Islamic Thought (IIIT) in the US, which is under-investigation by US Federal law enforcement agencies since the late 90s, for the suspected financing of terrorist organizations such as Al Qaida.”
Referring to the abovementioned excerpts, I am sure you already have your standard template answer of blaming Barisan Nasional for such “allegations”. The problem is Dato Seri, the writer is from India, the story has not been exposed in Utusan nor any UMNO bloggers has played this up.
Furthermore, I assume that if PKR can believe Deepak and his slanders, I am entitled to believe this opinion of a writer who has NO links to Barisan Nasional or UMNO.
So, tell me Dato Seri, are all the allegations mentioned above true? Did you meet or have any contact with any of the individuals above?
These are serious allegations against an aspiring Prime Minister for a man with such links will surely compromise the security of my country.
You did not sue Datuk SK though he alleged that you had sex with a prostitute. He could not have been anymore defamatory than that. He challenged you to sue him but there has been no action on your part. Say that I assume you did no sue him because it was a waste of time and he has UMNO links, why bother suing Utusan? Selective suing?
My question with regards to this is simple Dato Seri . Are you going to sue this writer? Please clarify the allegations made as a citizen of Malaysia I am worried that my next PM may be a terrorist in disguise.
Fake Democrat
My next question is Dato Seri, is regarding your role in PKR. When the Johor DAP and Johor PKR engaged in war ofwords for seat allocations, Lim Guan Eng and you issued gag orders. Lim GuanEng issued the order as a sec-gen of the party. In what capacity did you issuethe gag order? In true democracy, leaders are elected. As such,the gag order should have been from Wan Azizah. You preach, yell and echodemocracy but you yourself failed to be elected into your own party.
What exactly is the problem? You asked Wan Azizah to step down for you to contest in Permatang Pauh. Why don’t you take helm of the party the same way? If you feel that party duties are a burden to you, then why act like a party supremo?
This is hypocrisy at its very best. It is clear that the word “democracy” is apolitical tool in your armory. You do not even come close to practicing what you preach. If you want to debate the Prime Minister, at least be worth his time. I am sure a leader of any country for that matter has no time to engage in a debate with a con artist.
Chameleon
I tried refraining from calling you a chameleon many times but your latest statement in the Sydney Harrold makes me change my stand on this issue. How can you go for a rally, shamelessly cry that Lynas wont be given a licence to operare and then flip flop your stand. Why is it that it is hard for you to have a consistent stand? You are bringing the term “ Do what the Romans do in Rome to a whole new level ”.
You seemingly are an Indian warrior when you are with the Indian community, a Malay imam scholar when you are engaging them and a Chinese economist when discussing with the community. I can state various instances where you have exhibited chameleon like qualities but I do not intend to dedicate much time to it as I feel the rakyat themselves can rewind to themselves to such instances.
Con Artist
I do not care what was given to the Indian community in Buah Pala. What did you promise them? Video evidence suggests that you said that if Pakatan Rakyat wins, you will not evacuate the village. Unless I have been in a coma, I am sure that Pakatan Rakyat rules the Penang Government and Kampung Buah Pala is no more. Even if compensation were given, doesn’t it prove the point that you would do anything to realise your dream in becoming a PM?
Your famed back problem is another one. You seemingly seem to be in a lot of pain during Court trials and I personally can vouch for that. However, when you are in a ceramah, you can hop around and dance around without an ounce of pain. How is that even possible? Dr Hoogland used his magical wand on you?
Freedom of Media
You are such a hypocrite. How can you demand for freedom of media now when you were the one who actually constructed steps to ensure it is privatised. Remember NST Dato Seri? The time you were taking on Ghafar Baba for the DPM post? I got to remind you all this because apparently you have such a short memory. You did not complain or make efforts for the independence of media back then. You know why? The media was praising you and hailing you. But since now they are crticising you, media freedom is suddenly such a big agenda in you cards. I mean how hypocrite is that. Just like how u spinned the PTPTN abolishment tale though it was your brainchild.
Debate with the PM
You see Dato Seri. The reason I adored you once upon a time is because of your oratory skills. I will be the first to admit that your skills are amazing and engaging. I admire them even to today.
But, for you to call the PM for a debate? It does not make sense. You were in UMNO. You became an UMNO Youth Chief defeating a certain Suhaimi by a mere 10 votes though you were just new to UMNO itself. I don’t remember reading you debating him or using any sort of democratic process to win the election. You won because you were Mahathir’s blue eyed boy. Period.
You want to debate the PM because it is what you are good at. Why don’t you challenge the PM in something which he is good at like fulfilling promises and having various economic reforms. I am even willing to write a petition to the Selangor Government now to get you a pay rise for you to think about economic reforms and not merely ceramahs. I am sure RM 1 is not at all sufficient for me to dedicate my time and effort for a job.
The conclusion here is Dato Seri, I pray no one becomes me. I adored you only to be shattered, disappointed and upset to have known the real you. You are a good politician, no denying that. But to some people like me, you were a hero. And you conveniently crushed it.
And before I bid farewell to you this time around, please stop acting like you are a reformist. A Mandela like figure. You were sacked from you post as DPM. You did not resign in protest or whatsoever like what a true reformist would have done. A true reformist would have resigned if whatever you claim about UMNO and BN is true now.

source : rmf7