Saturday, July 31, 2010

MCA Happy 92 Per Cent Top Chinese Students Enter Public Universities

KOTA BAHARU, July 30 (Bernama) -- MCA's effort to ensure more Chinese students be admitted into public higher learning institutions has paid off, as 92 per cent of top Chinese students in the SPM and STPM examinations this year succeeded in furthering their studies.
Party vice-president Datuk Seri Dr Ng Yen Yen said this showed the struggle by MCA for Chinese students' education had been successful through the close cooperation of all component parties in the Barisan Nasional.
"The number is higher than last year when only 80 per cent of the students found places in the public universities. We have done this quietly compared to the opposition who only made noise but did nothing," she told reporters after the opening of the Kelantan MCA delegates' meeting, here Friday.
The meeting was opened by MCA president Datuk Seri Dr Chua Soi Lek. Also present were party secretary-general Datuk Seri Kong Cho Ha and Youth head Datuk Dr Wee Ka Siong.
Dr Ng said some of the top performing students were also successful in getting popular courses.
Dr Ng, who is also Tourism Minister, said with that, the problem which was raised by Chinese students each year had been resolved.

tunku : that shows that the government is fair and it is proven. now it is for the MCA to show it's worth to BN by getting votes.we hope MCA and Gerakan will work hard and make sure they can get supports for BN and they are worth in BN.

Friday, July 30, 2010

Galas Assemblyman Che Hashim Admitted To ICU

KOTA BAHARU, July 29 (Bernama) -- Galas assemblyman Che Hashim Sulaiman has been admitted to the Intensive Care Unit of the Perdana Specialist Hospital here due to colon cancer.
State Assembly Speaker Datuk Nasuruddin Daud, when contacted by Bernama, said the Pas assemblyman was admitted to the hospital two or three days ago.
Che Hashim is said to have been diagnosed with colon cancer last year and then went to Guangzhou, China, for treatment.
He won the Galas seat with a majority of 646 votes in the last general election against incumbent, Saufi Deraman, from Barisan Nasional.

tunku : we pray for Che Hashim to recover from his illness.May Allah bless him and ease his suffering.

Thursday, July 29, 2010

Dr M: Block access to Internet porn

KUALA LUMPUR: The ease of access to pornographic materials on the Internet is the reason for the rise in sexual crimes in Malaysia, said former prime minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad.
"This (the accessibility of pornography) does not have a good effect on the young, excitable people who get worked up watching porn, resort to taking out their pent-up energy on babies and old women."
Addressing the issue in his keynote address "Building a community around your cause by attracting and engaging people" at the Asian Bloggers Social Media Conference 2010 here yesterday, Dr Mahathir said when the Multimedia Super Corridor was set up, the country had made a promise not to censor the Internet.
"I'm having second thoughts now. There's a need to censor some things that appear on the Net, especially access to pornography."
He said, however, Malaysian Netizens should continue to be allowed to have the freedom to voice their opinions on the Internet.
Dr Mahathir said the Internet had opened up opportunities for bloggers to publish without constraints.
"Here is the opportunity for us to make use of the media to communicate and awaken other Netizens' feelings and emotions on any subject, but having the freedom does not mean we can say anything that cannot be substantiated. We must keep to the truth. If we do that, bloggers will become more popular."
Dr Mahathir said this freedom also made blogs useful as the mainstream media was perceived to censor the news.
He acknowledged that there were many things that went unreported by the media due to many reasons, including space constraints.
"Now, if we can't get the news through the mainstream media, we can get them through the blogs. As we have more sources of news, the problem arises as to whether we can identify what is true and what is propaganda."
He said if done with responsibility, bloggers could become as powerful as governments because they could reach people immediately, helping them to form opinions about certain topics.
The Asian Bloggers and Social Media Conference 2010 is a two-day event that ends today.
The conference drew 400 people from across Asia and brought together top bloggers and social media experts to discuss how social media can increase an organisation's bottom-line.
Some of the prominent bloggers and social media experts who gave talks include AirAsia CEO Datuk Seri Tony Fernandes, Alt Media general manager Paul Moss and Mindanao Bloggers Community's Oliver "Blogie" Robillo.

tunku : please government,censor all porno contents.we would be grateful if the government will act fast on this matter.don't delay and we do not need public opinion on this issue.just ban it.there are enough social problems,sex crimes etc that we are facing daily.let have a better society in Malaysia.

Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Khalid Ibrahim the moron.

Proposal To Scrap Bumi Discount On Property Worth RM500,000 And Above

SHAH ALAM, July 27 (Bernama) -- Selangor Menteri Besar Tan Sri Abdul Khalid Ibrahim said the proposal to scrap discounts for bumiputera for the purchase of a house is for a property worth RM500,000 and above.
He said the proposal, made by the Petaling Jaya Utara Member of Parliament Tony Pua, however, did not suggest the abolishment of bumiputera discounts on the purchase of a low-cost house or affordable home priced around RM250,000 per unit.
On a question whether Pua's proposal would be taken into consideration in the state's 2011 Budget, Abdul Khalid said: "If the proposal gets the nod, it will be written in the Budget speech, if not, you will not hear anything about it."
He said this after closing the Selangor 2011 Budget Dialogue, here Tuesday.

tunku : this is another stupid idea or decision by selangor state government. dap will slowly try to abolish all the bumiputera privileges.they will do so because they have stupid followers like pkr and pas. khalid gave his comments earlier regarding the above issue.he said that the proposal to scrap bumi discount on property worth RM500,000 and above to prevent from rich people making profit or misused the privilege.he gave example if a bumi buys a house worth rm1mil,he will get 7% discount ie the person will sell it back at the market price and gets rm70k profit.first of all, this is good as it gives opportunity to the person to be a real estate player but then again the moron mb can't think much.if you purchase a house worth of rm1mil, the lawyer fees will be around rm7k, the stamp duty will be around rm25k , the mot, the broker fees left around rm35k of profit. which moron will want to make profit of 3.5% out of rm1mil ? it is better for him to put the money in tabung haji and get 70k without any effort.hope the mb can give a better excuse to the ill intention proposal by tony pua.

Tuesday, July 27, 2010

DAP clean from corruption ,RUBBISH.

DAP veteran used exco man’s letterhead to obtain contracts

PETALING JAYA: A municipal councillor al­­legedly used a state exco member’s official letterhead and seal by writing his own letters of support to obtain contracts for his cronies and a family member.
It is alleged that the councillor, a DAP veteran, had secured contracts worth more than RM1mil for 20 companies from the council where he had been serving since July 2008.
Although the man — who has strong party connections — has no access to the exco member’s office now, he has, however, been reappointed as a councillor for a third term.
The councillor sits on several important committees — including the tender board — at the council, one of the biggest in the state.
Exco member Ronnie Liu has confirmed that his letterhead had been misused and that the local councillor was now being investigated by the party. However, members claimed internal action was “not enough”.
A party insider said the DAP was under pressure to lodge a report with the authorities.

tunku : they talk about corruption all the time like they are the saint but when they come to power they "sapu"(cleansweep) everything they can. ronnie liu is talking craps, how come he don't know someone using his letterheads.he's getting the kickbacks too.don't tell me he only find out after millions of worth contract given selangor, they are clean sweeping in every thing they can.

RM15million state money for Pakatan's propaganda.

S’gor to spend RM15mil to counter ‘biased’ news

SHAH ALAM: Selangor will set aside RM15mil or 1% of the projected RM1.5bil 2011 budget to counter news that the Pakatan government deems is ‘biased’ in mainstream media.
Mentri Besar Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim said the RM15mil would be used to put forward the “correct” information to the people of Selangor.
“It’s just RM15mil. If we consider the population of 5.2 mil in Selangor, this amount comes to RM3 per person or 15 sen per day.
“Our aim is to provide Selangorians with the right information that will enable them to make intelligent decisions,” he said after opening the 2011 State Budget dialogue.
Khalid also revealed that the state was looking into launching Radio Selangor in its bid to effectively reach out to the people and spread “correct” information.
“Radio Selangor can be created and this is allowed under state local council laws. It is a potential we are going to explore. We have TVSelangor and even though it is Internet TV, it receives one million hits per session,” he said.
The RM15 mil would go towards operating the state media that includes TVSelangor, the SelangorKini portal and SelangorKini tabloid, he said.
He said that the mainstream news reports on the state government were not balanced and the state needed to get the right information to the people.
He said some people were under the impression that the 20cu m of free water enjoyed by Selangor residents came from the Federal government.
“Worse still, in the recent hulu Selangor by-election, there were villagers there who didn’t know that the state government was under Pakatan.
“Some even said former Mentri Besar Tan Sri Muhammad Muhammad Taib was still the mentri besar,” he said.
About 300 state officers, senior officers with the states business arm and non-governmental organisations attended the two-day dialogue.
Several MPs and state assemblymen were also present.
Khalid said RM750mil would be set aside for administration purposes.
“It is a balanced budget and we will take two and half-months to prepare. We can’t get things cheaper. We will use the revenue earned to obtain the right price for the right value,” he said.

tunku : this is another way to rob the state's wealth legally like the sand mining issue. what rubbish that some villagers didn't know that the state is under pakatan.if they don't know that shows pakatan's government is not working.don't legalised your stupid act by just saying that the state only take rm3 per person for pakatan's propaganda.people know the truth of what is happening in Selangor.the only way for pakatan to counter it is by spreading lies.tomorrow, khalid will tell again oh we need rm 5.2million for so and so work and the amount only comes to RM1 per person.

Monday, July 26, 2010

Dr Mahathir's Views On Filtering Internet Smut Gets Thumbs Up From Rais

BATU PAHAT, July 25 (Bernama) -- The Information Communication and Culture Ministry welcomes former prime minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad views on the need to filter pornography on the Internet, said its minister Datuk Seri Utama Dr Rais Yatim.
"I greatly welcome Tun's (Mahathir's) views because we appear to be alone in voicing out against this negative influence. If more leaders voice out against pornography, the easier it will be for us to tackle this issue.
"There are certain quarters who have doubts about legal provisions to tackle the menace. Actually, we have Section 265 of the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Comission Act to handle this," he told reporters after attending a memorial organised by the National Archives for the late Tun Hussein Onn (Malaysia's third prime minster) at Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia (UTHM) here Sunday.
Also present were Tun Hussein's widow, Tun Suhailah Tan Sri Mohamed Noah Omar, Rais' wife Datin Seri Masnah Rais, National Archivs director-general Datuk Sidek Jamil and UTHM vice chancellor, Prof. Datuk Dr Mohd Noh Dalimin.
The media recently reported Dr Mahathir as saying that he was becoming increasingly worried about the spread of smut on the Internet and that he felt it should be filtered as it was contributing to the increase in sexual crimes in the country.
Rais said it was still too early to come up with a mechanism to block pornography on the Internet, but nevertheless, discussions in an objective manner would be carried to tackle the problem so that it was not misinterpreted as censoring the Internet.
He said if the source of pornography was from within the country, the authorities could act but at the moment could do very little to prevent its spread if the source was from overseas.
"The is a need for an internal mechanism to check the spread of pornography on the Internet. At the same time, parents too need to do their part to protect children from this scourge," he added.

tunku : just do it.i am sure majority will support the move and won't oppose except those who like porno. we want the government to censor this as it is a virus that is 'damaging' our is very difficult for parents to monitor their children all the if the government censor these internet smuts, it will be a blessing to all of us.we will have a better society. please do it.

Saturday, July 24, 2010

Khalid Samad hits at party leaders.

tunku : khalid samad hit at those party leaders who met with Perak Mufti, Tan Sri Harussani on the cooperation between pas and umno.khalid said that these leaders does not understand the party's principle and struggle.for khalid, party is more supreme than the ummah's unity,party is more supreme than religion.for him, pas is more important than is sad that a party that says day and night their struggle is for Islam, put the party above Islam.the Muslims should get rid this so called Islamic party.they don't need a party that make Islam as a political tool only for their own agenda. people like khalid samad,nik aziz, mahfuz and co have full of hates in their hearts.hope they will really learn what is Islam all about and follow the footstep of our prophet Muhammad saw.then only they can call themselves ulamak, leaders of Muslim party.

Friday, July 23, 2010

Dissolve Umno, PAS To Make Way For New Party, Urges Perkasa

SHAH ALAM, July 22 (Bernama) -- The Malay right wing group, Perkasa has proposed the dissolution of Umno and PAS to make way for a new party that synthesizes the Islamic and Malay nationalistic features to unite the Malays and Muslims.
Perkasa president Datuk Ibrahim Ali said, however, this should be the last resort should both parties refused to discuss the future of Malays and Muslims in the country.
For a start, he said an independent committee should be formed as a mediator in the Umno-PAS negotiation.
Proposing that the committee to be named the Steering Committee Towards the Malay-Islamic Unity, he said it should be made up of 15 members comprising religious leaders such as mufti, scholars and former senior civil servants.
"The first step is to get Umno and PAS leaders to meet without any condition.
"And if this failed the committee should form a new party that blends Umno and PAS features as efforts to unite the two parties have often failed and became a time-wasting polemics," he told reporters after chairing a Perkasa meeting here Thursday.
"With formation of the new party, the people can evaluate which is positive and sincere in adhering to Islamic teachings, that is strengthening ties," he said.

tunku : as far as we can see clearly is that Pas is the one which is refusing to have any ties with Umno though there are leaders from Pas who wants both parties to cooperate. it is good that both this party can sit and cooperate with each other and this is the hope of the Malays(majority) out there but to dissolve both of them to make way for a new party is something impossible to do.this is because there will be members that won't let the party to be dissolved and IF it happens many split parties will appear. the Malays should realize that it will be best for them if they unite.Unity is the only way for the Malays to excel otherwise they will be puppet to others.first of all the top pas leaders should change and willing to cooperate for the sake of the Malays.nik aziz and co will never agree to this.they have hatred in their hearts.

Thursday, July 22, 2010

Apologise to "king" Lim

Apologise to Lim, SDO told

GEORGE TOWN: The Penang government has demanded a public apology from State Develop­ment Officer Nik Ali Nik Yunus for allegedly using rude words against Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng during a press conference.
Deputy Chief Minister I Datuk Mansor Othman said Nik Ali should not have uttered the words biadab (disrespectful) and dayus (coward) against Lim.
“We want him to retract his statement and tender a public apology to the Chief Minister. We do not need an SDO like Nik Ali in the state,” he told a press conference at Lim’s office in Komtar yesterday.
Deputy Chief Minister II Dr P. Ramasamy said that under the civil servant code of conduct, no civil servant was allowed to make any public statement that could tarnish the government’s image without a written consent from the minister.
“In this context, it is clear enough that Nik Ali has breached the code of conduct and we are leaving it to the Federal Government to decide,” he added.
Ramasamy said Nik Ali was behaving like a politician rather than a civil servant, adding that “if he cannot behave here, he should go and misbehave in other states”.
Lim had criticised Nik Ali in the past few weeks about his roles in three projects – the arches at Botanical Gardens, the Penang Hill funicular train service and the alleged sand mining in Balik Pulau.
On Monday, Nik Ali hit back at Lim, saying that the Chief Minister was ignorant of the role of an SDO.
Yesterday, Lim again criticised Nik Ali for dragging state secretary Datuk Zainal Rahim Seman into the issue.
“The issue is between the two of us, don’t involve other officers by making baseless allegations,” he said.
It was reported in a Malay daily that Nik Ali had expressed his disappointment at Zainal Rahim for failing to advise Lim over the Penang Botanical Gardens issue.
State Gerakan chief Datuk Dr Teng Hock Nan said Lim should have called Nik Ali to thrash out the problem instead of criticising the SDO.
By acting the way he did, Dr Teng said Lim was only trying to gain sympathy from the people.

tunku : who started this stupid thing first? it was lim who started it through the media, so why the SDO had to publicly apologise to "king" lim ? the deputy cm too brainless.under the code of conduct the government officer can't make any public statement that could tarnish the government’s image without a written consent from the minister but the cm is allowed to do anything he likes. like dr teng said, the moron cm should have called the SDO in the first place and sort matters out, not by having public spats. be a true leader, call the SDO and sort the matter out.

Stop Making Civil Servants Scapegoats, Cuepacs Tells Guan Eng

KUALA LUMPUR, July 21 (Bernama) -- Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng has been told by the Congress of Unions of Employees in the Public and Civil Services (Cuepacs) not to make civil servants scapegoats for his shortcomings.
Cuepacs secretary-general Ahmad Shah Mohd Zin said that it was unbecoming of the chief minister of a state to chide a senior civil servant in public for apparent weaknesses in the state's administration.
Ahmad Shah was commenting on a statement by Lim in the media on Penang state development officer, Nik Ali Mat Yunus, where the politician had labelled Nik as "incompetent, useless, unprofessional and a coward" and that he should be sacked.
Nik Ali had revealed that Lim had picked on him on three occasions, the first was over the issue of a seat at the launch of the Penang Hill Project, the second was the construction of twin arches at the Botanical Gardens and the last was about sand mining in Kampung Kenanga.
Ahmad Shah told Bernama that the chief minister had no authority to chide a federal officer who was only doing his job according to the rules laid down by the federal government.
As professional civil servants, he said the officers carried out their duties to the best of their abilities in accordance with the rules and regulations.
"If their decisions did not go down well with politicians, then it was too bad and it cannot be helped because public officers were trained to follow the rules book," he said.
Ahmad Shah, in expressing the hope that there should not be any public spats through the media in future, added that any differences between politicians and civil servants should be resolved behind closed doors to maintain the integrity and respect of the civil service as well as the state administration.

tunku : we have not seen this scene before where a cm or a mb having a public spats through the media with a government shows how 'clever' is the cm. such a moron is so embarrassing.hope his father can teach him something.

Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Umno To Discuss Ways Of Recapturing Kedah

ALOR SETAR, July 20 (Bernama) -- Kedah Umno Liaison Committee will hold a convention on July 31 to find ways to recapture the state from the opposition.
Its deputy chairman, Datuk Ahmad Bashah Md Hanipah said eight workshops, which would be conducted during the convention, would identify Umno's strategies in its foray to wrest Kedah in the next general election.
He said about 1,000 divisional and branch leaders would attend the convention and some of them would be divided into eight workshops of between 100 and 120 participants each.
Kedah Umno liaison committee chairman Datuk Seri Shafie Apdal will deliver a keynote address at the convention which will he held at Universiti Utara Malaysia, Ahmad Bashah said in a statement Tuesday.
He said resolutions passed at the convention would form the blueprint on Umno's onslaughts against the opposition at the state, division and branch levels.
"Various issues will be deliberated at the workshops and participants are encouraged to air their views and proposals to fine-tune Umno's strategies in the run up to the 13th general election," he added.

tunku : i wonder what took them so long to discuss should have been done 2 years back.anyway there's a say, better late than is very difficult task for BN/Umno to recapture Kedah based on current scenario on the ground.this is because there is still old faces in Kedah's BN/Umno which is very unpopular and the public hates them.BN/Umno in Kedah need new blood.the current team is too slow to move around except for few like Ahmad Bashah and co. others almost invisible. they need to "attack" the current government more actively and offer solutions to public as the current government is as good as in hibernation mode. BN/Umno in Kedah should take this opportunity to get back the people's confidence in them.

Monday, July 19, 2010

KJ hits at FAM

Khairy Not Defending FAM Deputy President's Post

KUALA LUMPUR, July 18 (Bernama) -- Khairy Jamaluddin Sunday announced that he will not be defending his post as deputy president of the Football Association of Malaysia (FAM) for the 2010-2015 term.
Khairy, who held the post from 2007, hoped the new candidate replacing him would be able to take a re-look at the FAM's progress as a whole, and claimed that the FAM, as the country's football parent body, had failed to build a strong football structure.
He said this was due to the internal problems within the FAM that led to the withdrawal of many of the sponsors.
Speaking to reporters here today, he said there were many sponsors for the local league previously but the private sector now preferred to sponsor advertisements for the World Cup and the English Premier League (EPL).
"We can't blame them because the returns (from the EPL) are higher. If they sponsor the local league, to get a few thousand supporters for one match will be difficult," he said.
Khairy claimed that the FAM had also failed to coordinate the football structure at the grassroots level which was also the reason why the national team failed to get quality players for the national team.
In fact, he claimed that the FAM did not have sufficient financial resources to develop a strong football structure at the grassroots level.
"More than 90 per cent of the FAM's financial allocation was spent to organise the local league to the extent that the FAM could not meet its promise to improve the country's football structure," he said.
Khairy claimed that less than 10 per cent of the FAM's financial allocation was spent for the district league.

tunku : just because he knows that he stand no chance of retaining his seat at FAM, he made the decision not to defend his post.that's fine but just look at his evil side.why only now are you hitting at FAM? why not before this? why didn't you do your part as the FAM deputy president? you got the post because of your father failed miserably kj, both as Umno youth chief and also as FAM deputy president.

Saturday, July 17, 2010

KJ testing the waters....

KJ question rumbles in Umno

Newsmaker Khairy Jamaluddin caused ripples when he said he might not defend his Umno Youth leadership next year ­— is he testing the waters or is he about to move on to a bigger playing field?
GOOD-LOOKING people usually have it easier in life and politics.
In Parliament this week, Rembau MP Khairy Jamaluddin was looking good again now that his “Private Khairy” crew-cut – a result of his Territorial Army stint – has grown out and been restyled. But the tall, dark and handsome politician has not been having it easy in his politics going by his statement to the Malay news portal Agenda Daily that he was seriously thinking of not defending his Umno Youth post next year.
Many people in Umno were startled because he had put in so much to win the post and, besides, he did not strike them as a quitter.
Kota Belud MP Datuk Rahman Dahlan, who sits three places from Khairy in Parliament, claimed to be more amused than shocked.
But he said: “This is not the Khairy I know. He doesn’t give up easily but he has been under a lot of pressure. I’m not sure what’s on his mind.”
Khairy’s aides were taken aback. They learnt of it the same way as everyone – through the news portal and they were, as one Umno Youth official put it, “pretty freaked out”.
But the effect of his statement is still rippling. His action was obviously quite calculated and there are a few ways to read it.
First, Khairy is testing the waters. Few politicians and especially one as ambitious as him would let go so easily. Moreover, he must be aware of talk that the party election is likely to be postponed until after the general election and he is doing this to gauge the feedback from the wing and that will help assess his support on the ground.
Second, he is genuine about it. Becoming Umno Youth chief has not been what he expected and he is still struggling to close the rifts caused by the acrimonious contest after more than a year.
The perception that he is not the Umno president’s choice as Youth chief has also deepened. His endgame might be to go for one of the 25 supreme council posts which would be less of a hassle than the Youth wing.
Third, the Umno division meetings over the last month have been another reality check.
His deputy Datuk Razali Ibrahim apparently had twice the number of invitations than him to officiate at the AGMs of the wings whereas Datuk Mukhriz Mahathir is still being courted by the Youth ground.
His detractors think the subtext to his statement has to do with the fact that he does not have a government post whereas Razali and Mukhriz are deputy ministers.
He knows he may not win next year without a government post and his supporters are adamant that a government post would solve his problems.
His attempts to re-invent himself as a modern and open-minded Malay leader has won him praise as well as criticism.
Putrajaya Youth chief Datuk Zaki Zahid, Khairy’s friend and political ally, insists this is the “real Khairy”, someone who will not stomach what a group like Perkasa stands for.
Khairy has been trying to put his recent past of keris-waving and ultra-Malay rhetoric behind him. He has joined calls for a review on laws controlling the media, spoken up against penalising the Chinese after the Hulu Selangor by-election and tried to interpret the Prime Minister’s 1Malaysia vision.
The hurtful part is that most of the criticism has come from his own party – for example, his attacks on Perkasa and Datuk Ibrahim Ali did not sit well with many Umno members.
The top Umno leadership understands the need for pluralistic politics but the rural Malay grassroots who form the Umno bedrock identify with what Ibrahim is saying. Some of them even feel these are issues the Youth leader of a Malay nationalist party should articulate but instead Khairy runs down Ibrahim.
One of his Umno friends had told him that as a Malay politician, “you don’t gain if you befriend Ibrahim but you have much to lose if you attack him”.
Issues affecting Malays and non-Malays are often mutually exclusive and this has put Khairy in a difficult place. Of course, some see his attacks on Perkasa as indirect shots at Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad who has lent his weight to the group.
But said Rahman: “He is trying to bring a new culture into politics. He believes Malay rights are protected in our constitutional monarchy and Malays have no need to be jumpy over perceived threats.”

tunku : i hope kj had realized that he has no solid supports from the youth or other wings of Umno.he can see that from the invitation that he gets to officiates the AGMs at division is a shame when your deputy is more popular than you.this is not because he is against perkasa or ibrahim ali, nothing to do with that. this is because how he, his father in-law and the cronies like kalimullah,zaki ahmad,reezal merican, azeez rahim etc 'raped' the wealth of this nation.people hates them.even with reezal merican, zaki ahmad in youth top post, with azeez in Umno MT, and few minister and deputy minister in his favour,kj still can't get the full support from the movement or from the top leadership.the best for kj is to shy away from politics and do business from the money he 'earned' during the tenure of his father in-law or join anwar the moron.i am sure they will be a great pair of destruction to this nation.lastly, kj need not test the waters as the reflection of the waters is so clear that people hates him.

Thursday, July 15, 2010

KJ will not defend Ketua Pemuda post.

KJ confirmed that he told a web portal Agendadaily that he is seriously thinking of not defending his post as Umno Youth Chief to give chance to new face. Just imagine a leader wanting to let go his post just after a term.That shows he failed.Thank God, that he actually knows that he failed and people don't like him.He's frustrated for not being appointed in the cabinet. He's the only KP that was booed in the Umno General Assembly.That shows how popular he is.As Umno Youth Chief, he had failed to transform the movement.The movement is as good as dead.KJ should just resign now instead of waiting for the party election.He is just as good as a lamp post in the movement. Go KJ, go now.May be he's seeking sympathy from the leadership by making this statement or hoping that some of his "boys" will come out with placards " WE WANT KJ TO STAY" like what his father in-law did.

Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Selangor Government Blames Media For Report On Uncontrolled Sand Mining Activities

SHAH ALAM, July 13 (Bernama) -- A State Assemblyman on Tuesday blamed the media for the report on uncontrolled sand mining in Bukit Changgang, Dengkil last Sunday.
Yaakop Sapari (PKR-Kota Anggerik) said the media report was incorrect because the sand mine was being run legally and managed by a state government subsidiary company, Kumpulan Semesta Sdn Bhd (KSSB).
"We also urge the relevant party to retract the statement and apologise to the State government.
"If they refuse to do so, I call on the KSSB to lodge a police report and sue the party concerned," he said during the winding up session of the supplementary development allocation 2010 at the State Assembly sitting Tuesday.
He also accused the media of being an agent to a certain political party which reported the mining activity which was purportedly aimed at toppling the current state government led by the opposition pact in Selangor.
However, Yaakop's statement referred to sand mining in the Olak Lempit area and not in Bukit Changgang as reported by the Media last Sunday.
The media report was made following the disclosure by state opposition leader, Datuk Seri Dr Mohamad Khir Toyo on the uncontrolled sand mining activity when 20 hectares of land in Bukit Changgang, located about 50 metres from the Paya Indah Wetlands Recreation Park in Dengkil had been encroached into.

tunku : i agree with yaakop sapari, KSSB should make police report and someone should make report to MACC.let the authorities investigate in details all the sand mining activities in selangor.pakatan rep should not blame the media as they always "shouting" for press freedom and now they are telling the media to shut up to something that they don't agree or doesn't favour is true that KSSB is "Korek Selangor Sampai Berlubang".click here and here.

Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Chinese Perkasa ?

Liow: Chinese Perkasa Is Lim's Personal View, Not MCA's

KUALA LUMPUR, July 12 (Bernama) -- MCA leaders have brushed off a suggestion by party vice-president Datuk Donald Lim to form a Chinese "Perkasa".
Deputy president Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai dimissed Lim's idea as a personal view that did not reflect the party's opinion.
"This is not the party's stand. The party has voiced out its stand that we sometimes do not agree with what Perkasa (Pertubuhan Pribumi Perkasa Malaysia) does or say. So, why should we set up another body to counter them?.
"MCA's stand is always for unity in the country, always working closely with all races and we will continue to promote harmony and unity in the country," he told reporters at the parliament lobby, here Monday.
Lim had reportedly called for the formation of a Chinese Perkasa to rebut the Malay rights non-governmental organisation headed by the vocal Datuk Ibrahim Ali.
MCA Youth chief Datuk Dr Wee Ka Siong said the party had not discussed such a proposal and it did not practise tit-for-tat politics.
"We have never discussed the formation of a Chinese Perkasa. I do not believe in this and we do not subscribe to tit-for-tat politics.
"We will voice out the grievances of the community regardless of race, and although the MCA is a communal-based party, we will fight for all Malaysians," he said.

tunku : first of all there is no such thing as Chinese Perkasa.perkasa is "pribumi perkasa negara".they are upholding what is in the constitution. ngo's like Dong Jiao Zong, the Dewan Perhimpunan Cina been there for a long time and no doubt they are racist group.maybe donald lim and others should look at these associations first before jumping like monkeys.

Monday, July 12, 2010

Anwar Cannot Be Loyal To Malaysia If He's Loyal To Jewish Goups - Dr Mahathir

KUALA LUMPUR, July 11 (Bernama) -- Former prime minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad said if Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) advisor Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim was loyal to Jewish groups , he could not be loyal to his own country.
"Of course if you are loyal to them, you cannot be loyal to Malaysia, but it is up to the people to decide," he told reporters after the closing of the International Conference on Breaking the Siege: In the Spirit of Rachel Corrie and Mavi Marmara by Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin, here, Sunday.
Dr Mahathir said he was not surprised if a political leader like Anwar was very unhappy because the Jews were suspicious of his loyalty to them.
"So, he is now getting Cable News Network (CNN) to show that he is really loyal to them," he said.
Recently, Trevino Strategies and Media Inc president Joshua Trevino wrote on an influential United States online news portal, The New Ledger, that Anwar hired media contacts, particularly in CNN to apologise for his Jew-bashing.
Trevino also claimed that CNN's Connector of the Day programme was so tame in questioning Anwar's anti-Semitic rhetoric to help him rebuild his image through the apology tour.

tunku : anwar has never been loyal to his country, his religion or his race.he is only loyal for power.he will do anything to be in power.Malaysian should reject this type of person as their leader, he can even sell this nation which he tried before when he was the finance minister.reject this moron for a better Malaysia.

Sunday, July 11, 2010

Happy Birthday To Tun Dr Mahathir and Tun Dr Siti Hasmah

May ALLAH bless both of you and give all the happiness in life.

Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad 10 July 1925.

Tun Dr Siti Hasmah 11 July 1926.

Semoga Allah memanjangkan usia dan sentiasa sihat.Amin.

PM: Students with 9A+ to get JPA scholarship

KUALA LUMPUR, July 10 (Bernama) -- All students who do well in the Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) examination are eligible to receive Public Service Department (JPA) scholarships, said Prime Minisetr Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak.
He said the scholarships were for students of all races who wanted to pursue higher studies whether locally or abroad.
"Each student irrespective whether Malay, Chinese, Indian, Kadazan or others who obtain 9A+ (in their SPM results) qualify for the JPA scholarships, be it for studies locally or overseas," he said when addressing MIC's 64th general assembly at the Putra World Trade Centre here Sunday.
He said this scholarship opportunity showed that the government was serious about bringing forth a transformation in line with the 1Malaysia concept.
"This shows that 1Malaysia is not only a slogan but is being practiced in Malaysia," he said.
Meanwhile, Najib said a total of 2,304 of Indian students enrolled for their respective programmes in the public universities.
According to him, 4,541 Indian students applied for places in public universities and 2,499 students qualified.
"About 92.9 percent of qualified Indian students have been given places in our public universities.
"This is a clear manisfesto that we are there to help you, together with you to help the community to move forward. This is the BN's promise to transform Malaysia to be a fully developed and high income nation," he added.

tunku : THANK YOU GOVERNMENT. we really appreciate this.

Friday, July 9, 2010

Karpal praises Chua’s courage and integrity

KUALA LUMPUR: DAP chairman Karpal Singh has expressed admiration for MCA president Datuk Seri Dr Chua Soi Lek’s courage to admit past mistakes and for having the integrity to give up his ministerial position.
He said Dr Chua had climbed his way back to the top after his reputation and image were at their lowest ebb.
“It is not easy for him and his family to go through their daily routine after DVDs of his sex scandal were circulated. We should leave the issue alone,” Karpal told The Star yesterday.
He said Dr Chua had the integrity to resign from his positions, including the post of Health Minister, after the scandal.
“He openly admitted that it was him. He could have denied it but he did not.
“Where politics is concerned, I think he deserves to be given credit.”
He added that Dr Chua’s mistake was a moral issue.
“Who is morally perfect?
“I believe we should let him pull through this,” Karpal said.
Karpal, who had granted a special interview to Oriental Daily on the same issue in conjunction with his 70th birthday celebrations recently, had described Dr Chua as a credible and courageous leader.
On former MCA president Datuk Seri Ong Tee Keat, Karpal said Ong had missed the chance to step down gracefully at the Oct 10 MCA EGM.
In conjunction with his 100th day as MCA president on Monday, Dr Chua spoke on how the party was shaping up to cope with the expectations of more educated, increasingly critical and demanding Malaysians.
Commenting on Karpal’s interview with the Chinese daily, MCA publicity bureau deputy chairman Loh Seng Kok said Dr Chua had performed well even without a ministerial post.
“Dr Chua is taking on various issues affecting the people, which are not just confined to the Chinese community,” he said.

tunku : it is best for karpal to advice anwar the moron to resign as he too has moral issues. at least chua's case was different, anwar went against the norm, he chooses man over woman. he is a man with loose character and no moral,that is why anwar still eyeing to be the pm even though he sodomize people. wonder why karpal is supporting such person if he's so concern about moral.i still remember once it came out from karpal's mouth " anwar ibrahim perlu bertaubat" but now he is anwar's lawyer for the sodomy case. when anwar was the dpm, karpal accuses him of shows that both karpal and anwar has no moral.

Wednesday, July 7, 2010

Unfair to criticise cops for not apprehending Raja Petra: Hishammuddin

KUALA LUMPUR: It is unfair to criticise the police for not apprehending Malaysia Today editor Raja Petra Raja Kamaruddin when he is in now in another country, said Home Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Tun Hussein.
"Do you want to police to kidnap him or use terrorist's tactics to get him?” asked Hishammuddin.
Speaking to reporters at the Parliament lobby Tuesday, Hishammuddin said the police had met with their counterparts, as had the Foreign Ministry, on the matter.
Asked whether Raja Petra could be extradited from United Kingdom, Hishammuddin said it would need co-operation from the UK police.
"They have their own position on this issue and we have to respect their position," said Hishammuddin.
On Monday, Umno Youth chief Khairy Jamaluddin rapped the police for not being serious enough in apprehending Raja Petra.
He said Raja Petra was clearly seen in the open in London, based on Internet news reports of his appearance at a function there to launch the Friends of Pakatan Rakyat event on Sunday.
It was also reported that Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Musa Hassan said police had last year formally requested Interpol to issue an international red alert for the arrest of Raja Petra.
"Our request was turned down in January. We cannot just go into someone's country and arrest a wanted person," he said, adding that there were currently two arrests warrants issued locally against Raja Petra for his defamation and sedition cases.

tunku : very simple, just send the askar wataniah named khairy jamaludin who had a training for a month to london for a mission to bring back rpk.i am sure he will succeed in bringing rpk back to Malaysia as he got the ball.what say you khairy?

Tuesday, July 6, 2010

No one got the balls says KJ.

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Khairykj So Interpol turned down PDRM's request & extradition is under AG's purview re RPK. Nobody's got the ball & everyone has a blank expression. 47 minutes ago reply

tunku : so will the PDRM and AG's office will show to KJ that they got the balls? let us wait and see. IGP and AG must answer.

Monday, July 5, 2010

Again KJ trying to be the champ.

Khairy: Don’t turn it into a racial issue

PETALING JAYA: The controversy involving unpaid foreign workers at the new palace construction site should not be turned into a racial issue, said Umno Youth chief Khairy Jamaluddin.
He said Senator Ezam Mohd Nor had blown the issue out of proportion when he accused Malaysiakini and The Star of being “anti-national institutions and against Istana Negara.”
“Highlighting the plight of these workers is not only to bring justice to the foreign workers but also to ensure that the contractor delivers a good job and the palace is built properly for the royal institution,” he said.
Khairy said if the reports had been inaccurate, the contractor should come forward and clarify the matter.
“If the contractor has paid the workers’ salaries on time, they should come forward and tell their story,” he said.
On Friday, Maya Maju Sdn Bhd project director Md Nizam Md Sheriff denied that many of the foreign workers at the construction site were not paid salaries.
However, he admitted that there were some workers who received their wages two weeks late.
Malaysiakini and The Star highlighted the plight of a group of foreign workers working on the RM800mil Istana Negara who claimed they were not paid three months’ wages.
Ezam urged the Home Ministry to probe Malaysiakini and The Star over the report.
He also lambasted the newspaper, saying he had reasons to believe there was a concerted smear campaign against the royalty and that it was giving prominence to Opposition MPs over the issue.

tunku : again kj trying to be the champ but look more like a chimp.this is not racial issue 'gedebe' kp of umno. this is an issue which malaysiakini and the star had blown the issue out of proportion. the management had given their pc on the issue. this 'gedebe' ketua pemuda always put his mouth at the wrong place and always against the tide. he should join the opposition soon.even his deputy,razali ibrahim does not agree with him especially the way he's attacking perkasa.

Samy's Gangsters At GAS gathering.

Commotion Mars Anti-samy Vellu Rally

KLANG, July 4 (Bernama) -- The Anti-Samy Vellu Movement (GAS) gathering was today marred by a commotion fuelled by a group of 50 MIC supporters who claimed loyalty to party president Datuk Seri S. Samy Vellu.
The incident occurred outside Dewan Hamzah near here about 1.30pm when the supporters discouraged the public from taking part in the gathering.
Realising the commotion outside the hall, the event organisers asked some of their followers to defuse the situation but the other group refused to budge, resulting in an argument, followed by a minor scuffle.
"Don't you dare speak of MIC. Don't you dare utter Samy Vellu's name. Get out of this hall, stop this gathering," said a member of the group, believed to have been led by Selangor MIC information chief L. Siva Subramaniam, former Taman Maznah MIC branch chairman S. Chandran and former Klang MIC division chief K. Tharmalingam.
However, good sense prevailed as the police were called in to prevent any untoward incident.
According to event organiser K. P. Samy, a sacked MIC central working committee (CWC) member, he was unable to hold a peaceful gathering as planned, and accused Samy Vellu of bringing in people to disrupt the gathering.
"All we wanted to do was to chart out the future of Indians in the country and get their support, before handing it to the prime minister," he said.
Samy also handed out a four-page memorandum containing nine issues, to the media. Among others, the memorandum called on the government to lower the schooling age to five, reduce personal tax, establish kindergartens within existing Tamil schools, rehabilitate prisoners and re-define poverty.
Meanwhile, former MIC Youth deputy chief V. Mugilan said today's gathering was a success, judging by the large turnout.
"We will keep on fighting to make sure Samy Vellu steps down as president soon," he said, adding that more than 1,000 people attended the event.
Former MIC CWC member G. Kumar Aaman said the gathering was held in line with non-violence philosophy. The gathering ended about 3pm, two hours earlier than scheduled, on the advice of the police.
The first GAS gathering on May 30, held at the Mines International Exhibition and Convention Centre, was attended by more than 5,000 people.
The GAS movement was initiated by Mugilan to get 500,000 signatures from MIC members nationwide to force Samy Vellu to relinquish his post this month, instead of in 2011.

tunku : wonder why samy has to be afraid of GAS till he has to send some "gangsters" to disrupt the gathering organised by GAS. MIC members should realized by now that samy is a liabilty and not an asset to the party. there are many leaving the party.

Sunday, July 4, 2010

Nazri The "Not Well Informed" Minister

Putrajaya won’t revive crooked bridge, says Nazri

KUALA LUMPUR, July 3 — The Najib administration has no intentions of reviving the crooked bridge project proposed by Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamed to replace the Johor Causeway, according to Datuk Seri Nazri Aziz.
The Minister in the Prime Minister’s department said the government will stick to the decision reached during Datuk Seri Najib Razak’s predecessor Tun Abdullah Ahmad Badawi’s administration.
“The decision of the current government administration stands and follows the decision made by the previous administration, under Tun Abdullah Ahmad Badawi.
“The crooked bridge will not be built. There have been no talks to revive the project,” Nazri told The Malaysian Insider.
He pointed out bluntly that the government “cannot simply react” to news reports on individuals pushing for its renewal, and stressed that agreements and requests from various parties still needed to be considered before the project could be revived.
“We cannot simply react to reports on the news media. There has to be an official request from the Johor state government (for the revival of the bridge) and Singapore has to also first agree to this.
“The Singaporean government has not agreed to this. So it’s difficult on so many levels to go ahead with the project,” said the law minister.
“During his time, Dr Mahathir had wanted the bridge to be built to ease the congestion of the Causeway. But Singapore did not agree to it (even) back then,” explained the Padang Rengas MP.
The government’s decision comes amid calls by Dr Mahathir and the Sultan of Johor to revive the abandoned project.
The former prime minister has questioned Najib’s reluctance in continuing the project despite a request by the Sultan of Johor for Putrajaya for to revive the replacement for the Causeway that was built in 1923.
“The question that many have asked me, and I am convinced that this is also being asked by a majority of people, is why Datuk Seri Najib as the powerful prime minister is not willing to continue building this bridge?” asked Dr Mahathir in a posting on his popular blog two days’ ago.
“Is Najib tied in a deal with the fifth prime minister? What is the status of this deal?” he added, referring to former Prime Minister Tun Abdullah Badawi who had cancelled the crooked bridge project.
The proposal to build a “crooked” bridge to replace the ageing Causeway, linking peninsular Malaysia to the island republic, was mooted by Dr Mahathir when he was the prime minister.
However, relations between the two countries were often chilly during his administration, causing Singapore to shoot down his idea which was eventually cancelled by his successor Abdullah.
Besides easing traffic congestion between Johor Baru and Singapore, the proposed bridge would also facilitate the free flow of water in the Tebrau Straits in addition to allowing ships heading to East Asia to bypass Singapore.
Najib (right) and Singapore PM Lee at their last meeting in KL on June 22. - Picture by Choo Choy May
In response to the Sultan of Johor’s call for the bridge project to be revived, Najib had said that his administration would look into the matter but did not elaborate further.

tunku : why Najib keeping "not well informed" minister in his cabinet? just imagine tomorrow Najib announces that the bridge will be build, then what will this "not well informed" minister will say? the Sultan of Johor had said and the MB to had said that they want the bridge and the construction was on even though singapore doesn't agree but they can't stop Malaysia from building it.We are only building it on our side.we don't need their consent.the construction was stopped by the sleepy head pm.we hope Najib will not be like the sleepy head.

Saturday, July 3, 2010

Suara Perkasa asked to explain 'ISA' article

PETALING JAYA: Suara Perkasa, which is in hot soup over its Tahan Ka Siong Bawah ISA (Arrest Ka Siong Under the Internal Security Act) article, will have to face the Home Ministry again on Monday.
Its editor Amirudin Mohamad met with the ministry’s representatives on Friday for almost an hour to explain about their decision to print the article, the ministry said in a statement.
The newsletter, in its maiden publication, had front-paged an article demanding that the Government detain Deputy Education Minister and MCA Youth chief Datuk Dr Wee Ka Siong under ISA for allegedly questioning Malay rights.
The publication is owned by Malay rights group Perkasa, which is led by Pasir Mas MP Datuk Ibrahim Ali.
The Ministry’s team was headed by acting deputy secretary-general (K) Datuk Abdul Rahim Mohd Radzi. Also present was the Ministry’s publications control and Quranic text division secretary Datuk Zaitun Ab Samad.
Perkasa claimed that Dr Wee should be arrested over his remarks on Mara scholarships.
It was previously reported that Dr Wee when questioning the Government’s plan to do away with overseas scholarships offered by the Public Service Department had also asked if Mara scholarships would also be scrapped.
Suara Perkasa’s article had received backlash from various quarters including Umno and MIC leaders while Dr Wee who denied he was questioning Malay rights, said he was not intimidated by Perkasa and was even contemplating taking legal action.
Umno Youth chief Khairy Jamaluddin had urged the Ministry to investigate Suara Perkasa for deliberately instigating hatred through its inflammatory article.
Khairy had previously labelled Ibrahim as a gedebe politik (political gangster) whom he said was an obstacle to 1Malaysia.
MIC central working committee member S. Vell Paari had called for Ibrahim to be detained under the ISA for being a racist.

tunku : just by saying that arrest ka siong under ISA,perkasa need to "explain" to home ministry.will the home ministry ask vell pari to "explain" to them on his called for ibrahim ali to be detained under ISA? just because kj is making "noise", it doesn't mean that hishamudin have to take action.there is nothing wrong for just asking someone to be arrested.there are thousand people calling for someone to be arrested, why don't ask them to "explain" too.

Friday, July 2, 2010

KJ the champion.

‘Asking Wee to be detained is inciting hatred’

KUALA LUMPUR: Umno Youth chief Khairy Jamaluddin wants the Home Ministry to investigate Suara Perkasa, the newsletter of Malay rights group Per-kasa, for inciting unrest.
The newsletter, which was launched yesterday, published a front-page article demanding that Deputy Education Minister Datuk Dr Wee Ka Siong be de-tained under the Internal Securi-ty Act (ISA).
“Asking Ka Siong to be de-tained under ISA is deliberately instigating (hatred) and the ministry should look into it,” Khairy said, adding that it was wrong to instigate with an in-flammatory article.
The article was published under the headline Tahan Ka Siong Bawah ISA (Arrest Ka Siong Under ISA), an online news portal reported yesterday.
The news portal, quoting Perkasa’s vice-president Dr Zubir Harun, said the movement wanted the Government to arrest Dr Wee for allegedly saying Mara scholarships had to be reduced.
It was previously reported that Dr Wee had asked if the Mara scholarships would also be scrapped along with the Government’s intention to do away with overseas scholarships offered by the Public Service Department.
Dr Wee has dismissed the allegations.
Khairy said while he was all right with Perkasa fighting for Malay rights, he did not agree with its methods.

tunku : i wonder why kj came out to rescue wee ka siong?why others don't bother? any dealings between them? have you ever seen or heard wee ka siong challenging the Chinese ngo's or newspaper even though sometimes they are very racial in their statement? did he and kj demand the home ministry to look into it? what hatred incited by perkasa? just by asking the ministry to take action does not means inciting an ngo, they have their on views though not all the time they are right but they have their right to have their own views.Dong Jiao Zong are more vocal and racist compare to perkasa, why kj did not attack them like he's attacking perkasa?
yesterday kj asked a question in the parliament to the deputy finance minister on proton performance and the deputy minister answer was "government will make sure proton is more competitive". while we acknowledge the answer was not good enough without giving the details but the deputy minister should have asked kj , why during the tenure of the sleepy head pak lah, kj and his friend, zaki ahmad sold mv Augusta for 1 Euro to
Husqvarna? the same company purchased by BMW from Husqvarna for 93mil Euro.
it is best for KJ to change party, go join PPP or Gerakan and be their ketua pemuda with our blessing.the best will be joining the opposition.

Thursday, July 1, 2010

Anwar Special Ties With Zionist

People Can See For Themselves Anwar's Ties With Pro-Zionists - Muhyiddin

KUALA LUMPUR, July 1 (Bernama) -- Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin wants the people to gauge for themselves Opposition Leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim's true struggle.
He said that Anwar's trip to Washington recently to mend ties with several Jewish figures showed that the Parti Keadilan Rakyat advisor had close relations with the group.
"It has been clearly proven. So we have to weigh Anwar's actual struggle," he told reporters after opening the 2010 National Pre-school Education Convention here Thursday.
Muhyiddin was asked to comment on a Washington Post report on Monday that Anwar was in Washington last week to tell his friends that he regretted using the term such as "Zionist aggression".
The daily noted that Anwar recently joined a demonstration outside the US embassy in Kuala Lumpur where an Israeli flag was burned and had also made dark insinuations about the "Jewish-controlled" Washington public relations firm, Apco Worldwide.
Muhyiddin said Anwar had gone to Washington to apologise for his mistakes out of concern that it might hurt the feelings of his American friends.
"We know for a fact his ties with pro-Zionist groups. It is up to the people to weigh who, actually, is Anwar Ibrahim," he said.

tunku : most of the Malaysian knows anwar's special ties with the zionist, it's only that those in pakatan choose to ignore the fact.they are leaving on zionist funds. the can sponsor raja petra and bala to stay in london. it is all the fundss that are coming from the zionist. pas should be ashamed of themselves as the are part of this.

Anwar The Zionist Agent and Pas Is With Him.

Anwar Tells Washington Circles He Regrets Using Terms Such As Zionist Aggression

KUALA LUMPUR, June 30 (Bernama) -- Opposition Leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim has told his friends in the United States (US) that he regretted using terms such as "Zionist aggression", the Washington Post reported Monday.
In an article by its deputy editorial page editor Jackson Diehl, the paper said Anwar was in Washington for a couple of days last week.
"(He) spent a lot of time offering explanations to old friends, not to mention House Foreign Affairs Committee Chairman Howard Berman and a Jewish leader or two," Diehl wrote in the article with the headline "Flirting with zealotry in Malaysia".
Anwar said he regretted using terms such as "Zionist aggression", which are "common coin demagogues like Mahmoud Ahmadinejad", Diehl added.
"Why do I need to use it if it causes so much misunderstanding? I need to be more careful," the writer quoted Anwar, who is also the advisor of the Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR).
The daily noted Anwar recently joined a demonstration outside the US embassy in Kuala Lumpur where an Israeli flag was burned and had also made dark insinuations about the "Jewish-controlled" Washington public relations firm, Apco Worldwide, which is working for the Malaysian government.
Diehl said many of Anwar's friends, among them former diplomat and ex-World Bank chief Paul Wolfowitz, were inclined to give him a break.
Diehl said Wolfowitz told him: "What Anwar did was wrong, but considering that he's literally fighting for his life -- physically as well as politically -- against a government that attacks him as being 'a puppet of the Jews', one should cut him some slack."
Diehl said Anwar was not getting the kind of support from the US for his current second sodomy trial unlike the first prosecution when the then vice-president, another of his friends, had spoken up for him.
President Barack Obama said nothing in public about Anwar during a bilateral meeting with Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak in Washington in April, he added.
Anwar, he said, found his own way to fight back by trying to turn the tables on allegations that he was an Israeli agent and a "Wolfowitz-loving American lackey".
"..he tried to turn the tables, alleging that Apco was manipulating the government to support Israeli and US interests. He also said that Israeli agents had infiltrated Malaysia's security forces and were directly involved in the running of the government," Diehl wrote.

tunku : no matter how close anwar with the zionist, pas will still believe in anwar.don't talk about dap as they will be zionist partner at anytime. if they rule the federal government, don't be surprise if they will have diplomatic relationship with the zionist regime.pas members should tell their leaders to come out from the pakatan pact if they really serious about helping the palestinian and for Islam, otherwise don't talk about Islam is so obvious that anwar is the zionist agent here and all his fundings are coming from them.he went there to beg them and ask for their forgiveness for voicing out against israel for attacking gaza flotilla.pas is part of these fundings too.what a shame.