Sunday, 31 January 2016



Tunku Temenggong Kedah merangkap Pengerusi Jemaah Pemangku Sultan


Di saat rakyat Negeri Kedah Darul Aman sedang bergembira meraikan Ulangtahun Keputeraan Kebawah Duli Yang Maha Mulia Sultan Kedah yang ke-88, sekumpulan pemimpin UMNO negeri ini telah bertindak mendesak saya berundur dari jawatan Menteri Besar.

Tindakan 12 Ketua Bahagian dan dua Timbalan Ketua Bahagian mengheret sama ketua-ketua sayap dan pemimpin muda dalam UMNO mengadakan sidang media di Alor Setar pada 20 Januari 2016 lalu adalah tidak bertanggungjawab.

Malah sebilangan yang hadir pada sidang media tersebut telah maklum kepada saya bahawa mereka tidak mengetahui terlebih dahulu tujuan dan intipati kenyataan yang dibuat. Saya percaya desakan mereka tidak mewakili suara majoriti ahli UMNO dan yang lebih penting lagi, kehendak rakyat Negeri Kedah.

Perbuatan kumpulan ini telah mencemar pelbagai acara sambutan Ulangtahun Keputeraan Kebawah Duli Yang Maha Mulia Sultan Kedah.

Selaku Pengerusi Badan Perhubungan UMNO Negeri Kedah dan Menteri Besar, saya telah menerima khabar sesungguhnya Duli Tuanku Sultan dan Yang Teramat Mulia Ahli-Ahli Jemaah Pemangku Sultan Kedah tersinggung dengan perbuatan kumpulan tersebut.

Yang lebih dikesali apabila tindakan itu disertai beberapa Ahli Majlis Mesyuarat Kerajaan Negeri Kedah yang sudah berikrar taat setia kepada Raja Pemerintah ketika mengangkat sumpah jawatan masing-masing.

Turut mendukacitakan, rentetan dari sidang media tersebut, enam daripada sembilan Ahli Majlis Mesyuarat Kerajaan Negeri tidak menghadiri Mesyuarat EXCO Kerajaan Negeri Kedah pada hari Rabu, 27 Januari 2016 yang lalu. Ini jelas sekali menyalahi peraturan pelantikan mereka sebagai Penjawat Awam dan ingkar dengan sumpah jawatan yang diangkat di hadapan Raja Pemerintah, seperti yang termaktub di dalam Undang-Undang Tubuh Kerajaan Kedah.

Sebagai Ahli Majlis Mesyuarat Kerajaan Negeri, keengganan menghadiri Mesyuarat EXCO menjejaskan proses pentadbiran dan perancangan yang telah diatur oleh Kerajaan Negeri dalam melaksanakan program dan aktiviti pembangunan untuk rakyat di negeri ini. Saya dimaklumkan bahawa Kebawah Duli Yang Maha Mulia Sultan Kedah dan Yang Teramat Mulia Ahli-Ahli Jemaah Pemangku Sultan turut murka dengan keingkaran Ahli-Ahli Majlis Mesyuarat Kerajaan Negeri berkenaan.

Selaku Pengerusi Badan Perhubungan UMNO Negeri Kedah, saya dengan rasa rendah diri memohon ampun kepada Kebawah Duli Yang Maha Mulia Sultan Kedah dan Yang Teramat Mulia Ahli-Ahli Jemaah Pemangku Sultan Kedah di atas perbuatan segelintir ahli UMNO yang telah mencemari kemuliaan Duli Tuanku Sultan dan kemeriahan majlis sambutan Hari Keputeraan Kebawah Duli Yang Maha Mulia Sultan Kedah.

Saya mendesak agar kesemua 14 Ketua UMNO Bahagian yang terlibat secara langsung mahupun tidak dengan sidang media pada 20 Januari 2016 lalu, dan enam orang Ahli Majlis Mesyuarat Kerajaan Negeri yang tidak hadir Mesyuarat EXCO pada 27 Januari 2016 segera memohon maaf secara rasmi kepada Kebawah Duli Yang Maha Mulia Sultan Kedah dan Yang Teramat Mulia Ahli-Ahli Jemaah Pemangku Sultan Kedah.

Sehingga kemelut ini selesai, semestinya setiap Ahli Mesyuarat Kerajaan Negeri dan Ahli Dewan Udangan Negeri melaksanakan tanggungjawab yang diamanahkan oleh Raja Pemerintah dan rakyat baginda, seperti yang termaktub di dalam Undang-Undang Tubuh Kerajaan Negeri Kedah.

Menteri Besar Kedah Darul Aman
Pengerusi Badan Perhubungan UMNO Negeri Kedah

Dikeluarkan di Alor Setar, Kedah bertarikh 31 Januari 2016


[want to know why tppa is a no no? a must read article!]...The TPP In 2 Minutes & Why It’s The Worst Trade Deal You’ve Never Heard Of

[want to know why tppa is a no no? a must read article!]...The TPP In 2 Minutes & Why It’s The Worst Trade Deal You’ve Never Heard Of

The Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) is the largest trade agreement since the creation of the World Trade Organization (WTO), and the United States has been engaged in discussion with eight Pacific nations to come to an agreement on the terms of the TPP. It is a free trade contract that would allow for a more open system of exchange between the United States and less developed nations, apparently, and it has been wrapped in secrecy since discussions began within the Bush administration in 2005.
This is one of many examples of global economic/political partnerships and deals that are happening behind the back of the public eye.
Below is a video of Robert Reich, an American political economist and professor who served in the administrations of Presidents Gerald Ford and Jimmy Carter, talking about the deal. He was also Secretary of Labor under President Bill Clinton from 1993 to 1997.
The TPP is not really “secret,” but it sure does seem that way, which is why I chose to raise awareness about it here.
Why is it wrapped in secrecy? Because it’s not really about trade. The agreement has 29 chapters, and only five of them have to do with trade. The other 24 chapters either put restrictions on domestic governments, limit food safety, diminish environmental standards and personal privacy, or otherwise deal with financial regulation, energy, climate policy, and more. As illustrated in the video above, it’s basically an agreement for establishing new and enhanced powers for the multinational corporations that seem to own all of the world’s resources. It will affect all the industries we choose to allow to govern our planet and the way that we live.
source : ce

Malaysia should ditch Pacific trade pact – it will hurt trade with China, UN economist warns

Malaysia should ditch Pacific trade pact – it will hurt trade with China, UN economist warns

The former University Malaya academic has worked as the United Nations Assistant Secretary-General for Economic Development in the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs (DESA) since 2005.
Jomo said the trade agreement’s main purpose to isolate China became meaningless after the US narrowed its deficit against the Asian giant.
“The US dollar has devalued the last few years so the huge US deficit with China has closed,” he said after launching his book Malaysia@50 in Universiti Malaya.
“So now it’s yesterday’s problem. Why should we get stuck in such a policy and an agreement which was hatched up earlier?” he added.
The trade pact has been viewed as the US’s entry point into market dominance within Asia, which China sees as an attempt by Washington to overstep on the Chinese’ backyard.
The Wall Street Journal had quoted the former World Bank chief for China, Yukon Huang as saying the pact discouraged and complicated shipping of parts to and from Asian countries.
He pointed out the implication would affect China’s role as the final assembly point for electronic items whose parts are usually from other nations.
Jomo believed that instead of getting into trouble, the Malaysian government should be aware of the potential trade agreement between the US and the European Union.
“The bigger problem now is that the US and EU will come up with an economic NATO that’s going to weaken the WTO,” he said, referring to the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation defence pact and the World Trade Organisation.
Jomo expressed concern that a trade pact between Western nations would affect Malaysia’s exports, in particular palm oil which competes with other vegetable oils including the popular soya oil in the US.
“That’s why we need to keep multilateral agreements,” the economist said, explaining that such agreements allow Malaysia to have more control over negotiating the terms.
He also reasoned that Malaysia’s trade negotiators are inexperienced to deal with such a complex agreement, placing the country at a losing end at the bargaining table.
At the centre of the protests against the TPPA is concern that it would destroy the local and smaller enterprises. The agreement has appeared more favourable to foreign established firms that would have the technology and skills to receive tenders. While the awarding of contracts appear merit based, many are worried that Malaysia got the worst end of the deal.
“If this was an APEC deal, we have partners that are negotiable,” said Jomo, referring to the 21-member Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation. “But with bilateral agreements, what power does Malaysia have against other countries?” he added. Apart from the TPPA, Malaysia is also involved in the negotiations for Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership, another trade pact that includes China. It is between Southeast Asian nations, China, India, Australia, Japan, South Korea and New Zealand. - - 
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(Kecuali dua tajuk di atas semua penulisan di bawah adalah petikan dari Sarawak Report dan Wall Street Journal - Nampaknya kisah 1MDB ini terus memalukan negara Malaysia)


In response to AG Apandi's clearance of PM Najib from wrongdoings involving RM2.6 billion so called 'donation', the Attorney General of Switzerland Michael Laubersaid refused 'to condone  Apandi's whitewash attempt. The Sarawak Report of 30th January, 2016 read:

Well after normal office hours on Friday the Swiss Attorney General's Office detonated the diplomatic equivalent of a nuclear bomb under the attempts by Najib and his own Attorney General to bury the scandal around 1MDB.

Responding to the Malaysian AG Mohammed Apandi's surprise announcement this week that Najib had been "cleared" of any wrongdoing by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission investigation, the Swiss Attorney General Michael Laubersaid has issued a media statement of possibly unprecedented bluntness from the traditionally low-profile Swiss authorities.

The devastating one page document, delivered in the form of a public request for Malaysia to assist in Switzerland's own criminal enquiries into 1MDB, has blown the whistle on the entire case and laid out in astonishing terms the key aspects of the Swiss investigation's findings so far.

In doing so, the Swiss Attorney General has substantiated each of the major allegations printed by Sarawak Reports and other investigators into 1MDB over the past year, since the original details from the dossiers of Swiss national Xavier Justo were first revealed by this news portal.


Explaining his 'request for mutual assistance' the Swiss AG has made several landmark revelations, confirming official concerns of corruption on an epic scale at 1MDB.
He has introduced a new figure of US$4 billion as the suspected as the suspected amount that his officials believe has been criminally misappropriated from the fund. A sum, which, he points out, was "earmarked for investment in economic and social projects in Malaysia."

"The sum suspected to have been misappropriated amounts to around US$4 billion ... So far it has been ascertained that a small portion of the money was transferred to accounts held in Switzerland by various former Malaysian public officials and both former and current public officials from the United Arab Emirates" (Press release by Swiss AG Michael Laubersaid) 

In publishing this bold assertion the Swiss AG has shot out of the water months of twisting and turning by 1MDB and its new CEO Arul Kanda and his boss the Minister of Finance, as they have attempted to explain the billions missing from 1MDB.

The Swiss AG does not mince his words in pointing the finger at those he believes to be responsible for the shocking misappropriation or the crimes for which he believes they should be prosecuted.
On the list of people identified as responsisble are "foreign public officials"suspected of being bribed"various former Malaysian Public Officials and both former and current publis officials from the United Arab Emirates." 

He further reveals the criminal proceedings opened on 14th August 2015 against two former officials of the Malaysian state-owned fund 1MDB (1 Malaysia Development Berhad) and persons unknown" under a serios of Swiss laws, a proceeding which had not previously been publicized.

Sarawak report suggests that the individuals referred to by the Swiss AG under these categories are likely to include the Prime Minister of Malaysia, Jho Low, the former CEO of 1MDB Shahrol Halmi and the former Aabar fund chiefs Khadem al Qubaisi and his deputy Mohamed al Husseiny.

The above men have all been featured as key players in Sarawak Report's exposes on 1MDB and the crimes outlined by the Attorney General of which they are together or separately suspected are "bribery of foreign public officials, misconduct in public office; money laundering and criminal investigation."

The unrelenting and direct accusations leave the Prime Minister's claim at the start of the week that the allegations againsts 1MDB were an "unnecessary distraction" in tatters.


The AG's statement also makes clear that far from limting their investigations the Swiss have extended their criminal enquiries into all the main aspects of the 1MDB financial scandal, as covered in recent Sarawak Report exposes. He mentions four main areas of shady operations, but indicates there may be more: 

"So far four cases involving allegations of criminal conduct and covering the period from 2009 to 2013 have come to light in this connection (relating to Petrosaudi, SRC, Genting/Tanjung and ADMIC."

The fact that Swiss banks were dragged into almost every aspect of 1MDB's activities by the main perpetrators must indeed now stand as a point of considerable regret by them. 

The issues referred to above by Laubersaid include the heist of a total of US$1.5 billion using Petrosaudi as a front company in 2009 as well as the series of massive bond deals conducted together with Aabar in 2012 supposedly to fund two power plant purchase deals by 1MDB. Huge sums have been recorded missing from that deal as well as a subsequent "Strategic Partnership" with Aabar in 2013, from which money has also disappeared. 

The final reference to ADMIC shows that the Swiss are also looking into the money that was transferred by Jho Low from his Good Star company account in Zurich to his BSI Singapore account held under the name of ADMIC (Abu Dabhi Malaysia Investment Corporation).


Other players who are now faced with worrying questions to deal with in these investigations are all the major banks which facilitated these deals. 

The Swiss private banks RBS Coutts Zurich, JP Morgan Zurich, BSI, Falcon Bank, and Bank Privee Edmond de Rothschilde Europe are all facing questions about the hundreds of millions processed through the accounts of these public officials and politically exposed persons. 

Also likely to be highly concerned is the American giant Goldman Sachs. The main individual behild the 1MDB bond deals, their Singapore boss Tim Leissner was reported to have taken leave from the bank only last week. Sarawak Report has reported for months on the eyebrow raising sums paid to the bank in return for unusual and enormous bond deals raised for 1MDB. 


By going public in this brutal and highly unusual way the Swiss have made plain they want no more nonsense from Najib or his henchmen like Apandi. 

Laubersaid makes yet another revelation in his jaw-dropping press release, which is that the Malaysian AG had met with his officials in September and promised full cooperation. That cooperation, he implies, is yet to be fulfilled on Apandi's part: 

"Cooperation between the two countries was already discussed at a meeting in Zurich on 15th September 2015 between Swiss Attorney General and his Malaysian counterpart. This request for mutual assistance now puts the agreement in principle that was reached into concrete terms."

It means, in short, that what Apandi has said to the Malaysian public is not what he was saying in private and that his claims of there being no evidence to pursue charges against 1MDB are nonsence in the eyes of his European counterpart.

This letter refers to a "systematic course of action by means of complex financial structures"  by the alleged perpetrators of the crimes against 1MDB and Laubersaid makes clear his impatience with the fact that despite this looting of billions  from Malaysia's public companies "the Malaysian companies concerned have made no comment on the losses they are believed to have incurred."

The Swiss authority ends on a conciliatory note, explaining that given no Malaysian company has yet raised this issue of their massive losses the Swiss are offering their assistance to "advise the companies and the Malaysian government of the results of the Swiss criminal proceedings with the aim of finding out whether losses on this scale have been sustained."


Before the release of their media statement the AG and his officials also gave spoken comments to the Wall Street Journal, Laubersaid had tole the WSJ: 
"We are very concerned. We have found evidence of suspicious money transfers linked to 1MDB going through Swiss financial institutions, and we believe that is very important that it is share with the Malaysian authorities."

It was just hours later that he moved to action, making what may become a historic step in the fight to combat global money-laundering.

This weekend the beleaguered voices from the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission, the Bank of Malaysia  and those others from the world of politics who have protested against a year of 1MDB cover-ups have found a powerful new ally from the international financial state.  


ZURICH - Swiss authorities on Friday said they were concerned Malaysia had ended investigation into the transfer of nearly $700 million into Prime Minister Najib Razak's private bank account, saying the move could hinder their own probe where "strong evidence" has been found. 
"We are very concerned," Swiss Attorney General Michael Laubersaid in a statement Friday to The Wall Street Journal. "We have found evidence of suspicious money transfers linked to 1MDB going through Swiss financial institutions, and we believe that it is very important that it is shared with the Malaysian authorities."

Earlier this week, the attorney general's office in Malaysia announced that the $681 million transferred in 2013 to Mr. Najib's account was a leal donation from Saudi Arabia's Royal Family, and cleared the prime minister of any wrong doing. The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission said subsequently it would seek a review of that decision. 

The Swiss Office of the Attorney General, or OAG, has raised concerns over the handling of the case, saying it believes evidence it has gathered and is due to send to Malaysia won't be considered by its counterparts there. 
"There appears to have been a sizeble fraud taking place here, and we believe (the case) should not be allowed to drop like this," said OAG spokesman Andre Marty. "Without assistance from Malaysia out investigation in Switzerland risks running into a dead-end."

Swiss authorities have been investigating individuals tied to Malaysia's 1Malaysia Development Bhd., or 1MDB, a public investment fund established by Mr. Najib in 2009 to encourage economic development in the country. 

The future of the Swiss 1MDB probe, which has found evidence of suspicious transactions made through Swiss banks, is now uncertain. 

The Swiss OAG said Friday it was disappointed with the decision of the Malaysian authorities, especially after an agreement between the two countries' Attorney General last year to support each other's investigation.

Mr. Lauber said that "strong evidence" had been collected so far, without elaborating.


Saturday, 30 January 2016



lam puak Najib ini ada dua kumpulan haramjadah....

satu puak haramjadah kata mesyuarat MT tidak bincang isu Mukhriz ..

Satu puak haramjadah lagi kata, dibincangkan dan Muhyiddin sendiri tidak bantah petanda kembali menyokong Najib.

Mana satu puak haramjadah ni yang betul...

Jawapan admin..

Itu yang mereka tempah ..padan kot

Dua dua puak tu sama betul..
spin dan putar..tak ada bezanya

Ketiga .
Terdesak nak heret nama Muhyiddin sokong Najib tu apasal pulak... Muhyiddin sendiri pun dah tahu "game"nya..takkan nak buang masa.
Sebelum ni pun Muhyuddin dah buat press statement supaya Mukhriz dikekalkan hinggu PRU ..

Nampaknya mereka masih kemaruk untuk Muhyiddin sokong


  1. Semestinya mulai sekarang disimpan didalam hati dengan tekad.. biar apa pun terjadi, selagi najib masih pm zahid tpm maka kita mesti undi selain bn pada pru14 nanti. INGAT Jangan tak pergi undi. Kita undi bukan nak sokong pembangkang tapi misi kita adakah untuk jahanamkan najib dan kuncu2nya. Apa yang akan terjadi selepas pilihanraya, itu nanti punya cerita. Dapat kat pas ka, pkr ka, dap ka, tongkol kayu ka no hal.. janji bukan najib.
    1. Ok gak tp biar le pas. Klu pkr... kaki putar. Dap... dh tentu komunis. Tongkol kayu... Apa jadahnye kayu nk bertanding ��
    2. Senang cerita tukar pm n sekutunya... Ahli ada tiga juta... Takan takda sekelompok Yg iklas memperjuangkan agama n bangsa...buat pemilihan parti... Ada berani...takpayah lah Pemakan dedak menyalahkan org lain...bersihkan umno itu lebih utama

  2. Kalau parti chop kepala taik ada nak bagi undi juga kah?
  3. Belajar dengan nik aziz dan pas kelantan undi dap cerdek la sikit, loyalty loyalty.kat selangor undi dap pkr dan pan tak payah undi pas mereka ada allah .undi pas nanti mereka tinggal solat jemaah,puasa zakat,perpaduan.kalahkan pas biar dia rasa apa itu ahlulsunah waljemaah. Akhir zaman tak kisah undi je dap.
  4. Citer banyak tara guna kalau dh rase kuat kluar sane dari umno.tubuh parti baru dan minta tolong blogger2 haprak terus menabur fitnah .atau jika rasa power sangat kerahkn balaci2 berdemo biar negara huru hara.
  5. sudah tentu aku pilih PAS......ingat PAS dah bersendirian sekarang, Pasti akan menang PRU 14 nanti. ini lah satu satunya parti org melayu buat ketika ni yg boleh diharapkan
  6. Nabi ada pesan, akhir zaman banyak lebai lebai jual agama. Jangan bagi undi kat pas semua bagi pan suku pkr suku dap suku.pas satu suku campur tiga suku baru la gam tak gitu syeik.
  7. Rumah ku nan besar mcm istana, klau umno tumbang, mohon pihak berkuasa siasat
    1. Khir Toyo boleh kena siasat danmasuk jel.
      Takkan si jahnam ni pulak dilepaskan.
  8. DUN saya akan undi UMNO atau PAS
    Parlimen saya akan undi BEBAS atau tak pangkah langsung.
  9. Undi saya rahsia!

    Source : 

An honest Israeli Jew tells the Real Truth about Israel

[video klip yang mesti diketahui dan ditonton oleh semua rakyat malaysia]....MP PAS Marang Bahas TPPA

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[a must read article for kedahan and malaysian] The Kedah Saga part 2

The Kedah Saga part 2


Here is the 2nd part of a reader’s comment which was published last week regarding the fiasco in Kedah’s state leadership. The fiasco was created by none other than Najib Razak’s own stooges, in the hopes to seize whatever power they perceive to gain before the run up of 2018 general election.
The comment is as below:
To deflect scorns heaped on them for the move to topple Datuk Mukhriz Mahathir, the mutineers and their ilk have “moralised” the plot on grounds that Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad, when he was Prime Minister had removed a Kedah Mentri Besar despite opposition from the majority of the State Assemblymen.
To them, if Dr Mahathir, the father of Mukhriz, can remove Tan Sri Osman Aroff, why can’t the current Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak support their demand for the removal of Mukhriz?
Superficially, their ground sounds acceptable.
But a little scratching on the surface reveals there are numerous fundamental flaws to their justification and in fact, is hypocritical and of course, self-serving.
Firstly, Osman Aroff was removed in 1996, more than 11 years in office and by the time he resigned; he was already saddled with allegations of corruption, including a very public disclosure by one Syed Mansor Syed Salim.
Tun Dr Mahathir and Osman Aroff
Tun Dr Mahathir and Tan Sri Osman Aroff
Osman Aroff’s earlier threat of suing Syed Mansor and later reneging from pursuing it had scandalised the Mentri Besar, his office and Umno as well.
Lest people forget, two high-profiled scandals that dogged Osman Aroff were the Jerai International Park and the Kerpan tiger prawn-rearing project.
Secondly, the removal of Osman Aroff was pursued by Dr Mahathir, who himself is a Kedahan and the State Umno leader meaning that he would have the pulse of the state in his hand and his decision would have taken into consideration the impact of such move to the people in the State.
Thirdly, the push to remove Osman Aroff was not initiated by “unsuccessful” or failed politicians but rather by those who had successfully ensured a sound victory for Umno and Barisan Nasional in the 1995 general elections.
If fact, there was popular belief among Kedahans that Osman Aroff’s continued leadership would lead to Kedah falling to the Opposition in the subsequent election in particular because of the scandalous Kerpan project.
Juxtapose this to the move to remove Mukhriz.
He is only in his third year in office and not scandalised whatsoever. In fact, he is highly regarded among Kedahans and that cuts across party lines.
Secondly, the move to remove Mukhriz is initiated by those who had lost Kedah in the 2008 general election to the Opposition.
In desperation, the likes of Datuk Ahmad Bashah Md Hanifah, chief mutineer and supported by Datuk Seri Mahadzir Khalid the Mentri Besar who lost the State in 2008, were prepared to turn to Mukhriz and agreed to him being made the Mentri Besar merely to win back the state.
Najib and Bashah
Najib and Bashah
This is not taking into consideration the likes of Datuk Seri Jamil Khir Baharom and he had yet to convincingly clear himself up over the Yapeim foundation scandals regarding the use of public contributions in his overseas trips and purchase of a golf simulator.
In the line up was also Datuk Seri Azeez Rahim who chairs the national Pilgrimage Fund board or Tabung Haji. He too had not been able to convince the public over last year’s move to allegedly attempt to bailout the scandalous 1MDB sovereign fund by using the savings of pilgrims to buy a piece of land at an inflated price.
Being the more senior politicians, it was with their consent that Najib, who was also then desperate to win back Kedah, in the hope to affirm his position as the new Prime Minister, announced during the campaign in the State that Mukhriz would be the Mentri Besar if BN won.
In other words, Mukhriz is an important item in the Kedah BN manifesto in the 2013 general election. By removing Mukhriz, it means that Najib had reneged from a manifesto promise, against his own dictum of “Janji Ditepati (Fulfilling Promises)”.
As far as election manifestoes go, a promise made must be kept until the end of the term, meaning if Najib wants to remove Mukhriz, the least he could have done is to wait until the next election.
Furthermore, an election promise is to the people of Kedah and not merely an Umno/BN affair. To remove Mukhriz merely on the whims of self-serving Umno politicians is an insult to the people of Kedah.
If Najib and his Kedah apparatchiks insist that Mukhriz had lost the popular support, a survey conducted by the Information Department, a Federal agency, on more than 10,000 Kedahans over a period of two days (20 Jan to 21 Jan and adopting the snowball technique) showed 97 per cent of the respondents want Mukhriz to remain their Mentri Besar.
If that is not enough to convince Najib and the apparatchiks, they should get an independent body to conduct such surveys on themselves.
But until and unless they do that, they have to accept the popular sentiment – the rakyat has had enough of them.
Source : jebatmustdie

Friday, 29 January 2016

[oops...] Tun Dr Ling Liong Sik can indeed win against Najib Razak

[oops...] Tun Dr Ling Liong Sik can indeed win against Najib Razak

On 21st January 2016, in a statement of reply to the courts, Najib Razak via his lawyer had said this:
“If you look at our statement of reply, my client only admitted that RM42 million went into his account, but had no knowledge it was through the two intermediaries as alleged by Ling,” Hafarizam said.
He pointed out that nowhere in Najib’s reply was it mentioned that the fund came from the Finance Ministry-owned SRC International.
Najib’s full statement of reply states: “Paragraph 33(ii) is admitted to the extent of theDEPOSITED funds amounting to RM42 million into the account of the plaintiff (Najib) through AmPrivate Banking. However, the plaintiff (Najib) at all material times has no knowledge that it was channelled through two intermediaries as alleged by the defendants.
The prime minister, Hafarizam said, wants Tun Dr Ling Liong Sik as the defendant to prove that the fund came from SRC International or the two intermediaries.”
Don’t worry Tun, since the Prime Minister is asking for proof that the fund came from SRC International, we shall give him the proof.
The proof is very credible because it was investigated and collected by MACC themselves and shown to us by none other that the Attorney General himself!
Please look at the proof below:
"Tun Dr Ling, I beg you to use these evidence I'm showing to the world!"
“Tun Dr Ling, I beg you to use these evidence I’m showing to the world!”

The closer view
The closer view
The clearer view
The clearer view
Najib Razak asked for proof if theMONEY had came from SRC, his pet poodle showed us the proof. There must be a higher power somewhere to keep on ridiculing him and exposing to us all his deceits and dishonesty.
Like the blogger Shuzheng had written:
Najib thanked him (Apandi), and says, ‘let’s move on, shall we’.
“No, we won’t,” the People replied. The shouting outside Najib’s door continued into the night; maybe it will go away one day, he thinks, hopefully.
Imagine, therefore, Najib on the phone two days later with Apandi: “What now? You said semua selesai?”
Perhaps Najib misunderstood him or perhaps Apandi wasn’t clear enough: One is the Law, the other is the Truth. Both have eternal memories and demand equal attention. Had Najib settled for both, at the same time, and not One without the Other, perhaps, indeed, people could move on. Instead, things have only gotten worse: more doubts, more incredulity, more questions, more skepticism, cynicism, more scorn. 
Yes, life is a bitch — even for kings and warriors.
Be it RM42 million, or RM27 million or whatever amount it was,MONEY did flow from SRC International and ultimately found it’s way into his personal bank accounts.
The ball is now in Najib’s court. If he has any.
source : jebatmustdie