Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Dr Mahathir Not At All Surprised With Anwar's Support For Israel's Actions

PUTRAJAYA, Jan 30 (Bernama) -- The statement by Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim of expressing full support for actions taken in protecting Israel's security, made during an interview with The Wall Street Journal recently, was no surprise at all to former prime minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad.
Dr Mahathir said this was because the opposiiton leader had a close relationship with Jewish leaders since some time ago.
As a leader who has known Anwar's character for a long time, Dr Mahathir said Anwar's motive was to promote himself as a modern and liberal leader in order to win praise from the western countries.
"I'm not surprised as I know he (Anwar) is close to them (Israel). He is also very friendly with many members of the United States Congress and Senate who are of Jewish origin. He is sympathetic towards the Jewish state's struggle.
"Definitely he is close to Israel because he likes to be praised by the West for this. He wants to be seen as a modern leader who follows the trend, but actually he is way behind time," he said after delivering a Razak Series lecture titled, 'A Malaysian Approach to Public Leadership', at the Putrajaya International Convention Centre.
Dr Mahathir also hit out at Anwar for always tarnishing the country's good name to the world.
Asked on Anwar's leadership, he said without any direction and development agenda for the country and people, the former deputy prime minister had a big dream of capturing Putrajaya and becoming prime minister.
Dr Mahathir said only leaders who really understood the people's needs and had no self-importance could take the country to a higher level of development but Anwar, clearly, did not have such qualities.
"Anwar and his supporters' main aim is take over Putrajaya with he as prime minister. But (development) programmes he has none.
"He tells everyone that he is liberal, a man for everyone, so be gets support and may become prime minister," Dr Mahathir added.

tunku : when comes to anwar there is no surprise at all. the moron has gone beyond any surprise elements. he is capable of doing everything, from woman to man , from thailand doll to china doll etc. with the jews....there was always a connection and he is under their payroll.

Monday, January 30, 2012

Mustapa On How To Win Kelantan

KOTA BAHARU, Jan 29 (Bernama) -- Kelantan Umno liaison chief Datuk Seri Mustapa Mohamed has spelled out several key factors which are crucial to Umno and Barisan Nasional (BN) in its quest to win back Kelantan from PAS in the 13th general election.
Mustapa, who foresees the coming polls to be the most intense ever in the country's election history, said Kelantan Umno and BN must be strong to be able to enter the fray and emerge the winner.
"Alhamdulillah our leader, (Prime Minister) Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak is strong and so is his deputy Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin; but that is not enough if Kelantan Umno and BN are not strong. Everyone of us should be strong because only then people will accept us," he said in an interview with Bernama here.
Mustapa, who is Jeli member of parliament and International Trade and Industry Minister, said the choice of candidates would be "extremely important" in winning back Kelantan after 22 years of PAS' rule.
PAS wrested Kelantan from the BN in 1990. In the 12th general election in 2008, PAS won 30 state seats, BN won six, and Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR), one. PAS also won nine parliamentary seats, PKR won three and BN, two.
Mustapa said although it has not been finalised yet, Kelantan Umno has come up with a list of "winnable candidates" for the election.
"In the past, there might have been some miscalculations in several areas. Generally, the candidates were good but might not be suitable to be fielded in certain areas and that was why we lost in those seats," he said.
This time around, he said, Umno should be more careful and field only those who are truly capable of winning.
"This concept of winnable candidates is not just about being popular in Umno but also about being accepted by all. If they are popular only in Umno, then they will lose for sure. They should not contest; because they will lose the battle on the very first day," he said.
"Winnable candidates are those who are popular with the people, non-governmental organisations, civil servants, police, the armed forces, veterans and so on."
"They must be able to attract the interest of people," Mustapa said. "They must have the 'oomph' -- the wow factor -- to attract people; not just Umno people but all the voters, fence-sitters or otherwise."
It was therefore crucial, he said, for Kelantan Umno members and leaders to accept the decision of party leadership on the choice of candidates and not resort to the "chah keting" practice or back-stabbing if they are not chosen because this would mean giving advantage to the opponents.
Those who aspire to become candidates should assess their own capabilities and not try assert themselves because this might prove to be counter-productive.
"Those who try to do so would normally be rejected. If one asserts himself as someone who is qualified, it maybe because he is not," he said, adding that Umno was aware of the fact that there might be many winnable candidates in an area, making it difficult to choose the right one.
"So we choose the best among the winnables," he added.
The rest of the winnable candidates should be patient and accept the reality that the party can only choose one, he said.
"Don't do anything detrimental to the party, don't resort to sabotage. It's important to have discipline because in this fight, we want to win."
"If we resort to rebellious attitude and sabotage, this will weaken the party and our struggle to wrest back Kelantan from PAS will be rendered futile," he said.
Observers have been alluding to the fact that Umno lost Kelantan in 1990 not due to the strength of PAS but because the party had been weakened by the practice of "chah keting" by those who failed to get posts at the divisional level and boycotted their own divisions' election campaign.
To win the 13th general election, Mustapa said, all divisional leadership including the Youth, Wanita and Puteri should work as a team with one objective -- to win Kelantan.
He said the "red wave" -- a movement launched last year to galvanise party members and supporters to win Kelantan -- had lifted the spirit of party members and leaders.
"It has united us to fight under a common objective -- to ensure BN emerges the winner," he said, stressing that in-fightings, which had caused the people to distance themselves from Umno, should be stopped at once.
Umno leaders at all levels should get down to the grassroots not just when there were events involving the government or party, he added.
They should also be proactive and make their own initiatives to reach out to the people, and not just relying on the initiatives of state Umno leaders, so that the people would be able to feel their touch, he said.
They should meet as many groups of people as possible, including NGOs, civil servants, government retirees, farmers, fishermen, traders and the young so that they will be able to feel that Umno cares for their plights, Mustapa said.
"We are proud of Wanita Umno's 'Jalinan Rakyat' programme where the members have been visiting party divisions and villages. This has been the neatest of machinery, with one member taking care of 10 families," he said.
Information machinery should also be strengthened so that government policies can be accurately disseminated, he said.
"Information is important. If people are deprived of it, they cannot be blamed for having a skewered view towards us and becoming easily influenced by the opposition's lies and propaganda," he said.
"Twenty-two years is a period too long under an opposition's rule. I'm confident that if we are united and loyal to the leadership, the BN will return to power in Kelantan come the 13th general election," he said.

tunku : its easy to win kelantan, get rid most of the current leaders and put up new faces that can help mustapa to win kelantan. mustapa is one of our "great" leader in malaysia but failed to shine due to his clean and humble personality.he should be the vice president of umno and next in line for deputy president post. back to kelantan, there is chance for bn to wrest back kelantan as long as there is no back stabbing among the leaders in kelantan.

Sunday, January 29, 2012

Hadi Awang's Intention Not To Contest Indicates Something Is Wrong In PAS - Awang Adek

KOTA BAHARU, Jan 28 (Bernama) -- The intention voiced by Pas President Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang not to contest in the 13th general election clearly indicates that there is something wrong in the party, according to Kelantan Umno Liaison Committee deputy chairman Datuk Dr Awang Adek Hussein.
He said the public statement made by the party president was something really extraordinary and was a sign that the party was passing though a severe crisis.
"This (decision) is probably resulting from the conflict in PAS, including from the sacking of Selangor PAS commissioner Datuk Dr Hasan Ali.
"This situation will probably give a major blow to PAS spiritual leader, Datuk Nik Abdul Aziz Nik Mat, as he is the one who should be making such a decision after holding the post of Kelantan Menteri Besar for too long," he said.
Earlier, Dr Awang Adek witnessed the signing of a memorandum of understanding (MoU)between AFPM Lifestyle Sdn Bhd and Jalinan Prospek (M) Bhd here.

tunku : if a party president don't want to contest in election then you know that he is good for nothing. his time will end soon.for this matter this is another drama by him, he said he won't contest but willing to contest only in one seat.what does that means?he might be depressed with recent tragedies happening in the party.

Friday, January 27, 2012

Datuk T returns with new Thailand sex expose

The ‘Datuk T’ trio, who had screened a sex video claiming to be that of PKR de facto leader Anwar Ibrahim, today challenged the opposition leader to prove them wrong or face another “more shocking” video expose.
In a front page report on Malay language daily Utusan Malaysia, one of the trio, former Perkasa treasurer Shuib Lazim (right) , said the new sex video was recorded on Jan 12 and 13 last year in Thailand.
"I have seen the video passed to me by Eskay.
"I believe Eskay is ready to make an expose of the video in court if Anwar sues us," he said, referring to another Datuk T member Shazryl Ekay Abdullah.
"Look at (Anwar’s) passport to check where he was. Or ask his wife Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail," he said.
Shuib added that Anwar should sue the trio, including former Malacca chief minister Abdul Rahim Thamby Chik, if any international forensic analyst can prove that Anwar was not in the first sex video exposed last March.
The video, first screened to journalists, showed a man resembling Anwar fornicating with a woman.
Anwar lodged a police report denying that the man in the video was him, while the Datuk T trio were fined for screening pornography in public.
Police are investigating Anwar under Section 182 of the Penal Code for giving " false information to injure another person” based on his police report denying he was the man in the video.
'No point debating with Anwar'
Meanwhile, former prime minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad said that Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak need not entertain Anwar’s challenge for a debate on the country’s policies.
Mahathir was reported by Malay language dailies Sinar Harian and Berita Harian as saying that Anwar only wants to have a debate to "show that he is bengis (fierce)".
"What’s the point of debating when everyone knows his stand, and the debate won’t change this.
"It’s a different case if Anwar shares the government’s opinion on matters raised," he said.

tunku : anwar dare not to sue the trio datuk T, ezam and few others as he knows they got all the bullets with them. if he is "man" enough than he should sue them for defamation but no. he just duck down infront of these guys. i hope the other "shocking" video would be released soon. let the people see the action of the "god gifted man".

Sunday, January 22, 2012

Umno Mobilises More Than 63,000 Information Campaigners

KANGAR, Jan 21 (Bernama) -- More than 63,000 Umno information campaigners nationwide will be actively mobilised to disseminate information on national development in the light of the coming general election.
Umno Malaysia Information chief Datuk Ahmad Mazlan said the campaigners would be aided by 3.3 million Umno members to ensure the public could evaluate the huge contribution of the party, which is the backbone of the government.
Speaking at a press conference before holding a briefing session for Umno division information chiefs here, he said the information campaigners must be fully made use of.
He said four methods would be utilised by the information machinery, including face-to-face media, print media, digital media and electronic media.
Although, there were those who were of the opinion that the information machinery must focus on young voters, Ahmad, who is also Deputy Minister in the Prime Minister's Department, said attention would be on all levels of voters.

tunku : i hope the numbers is a real figure. with this figure plus the cyber troopers, i am sure umno will make through the next GE with convince victory.hope these 63k campaigners do their given task successfully. all the best to them.

Friday, January 20, 2012

Saiful Sends Appeal Request To Attorney-General

KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 19 (Bernama) -- Mohd Saiful Bukhari Azlan today sent an official letter asking the Attorney-General, Tan Sri Abdul Gani Patail, to file an appeal against Kuala Lumpur High Court's decision on Jan 9 to acquit and discharge Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim from a sodomy charge.
Mohd Saiful Bukhari in his blog said that the letter was sent through his lawyer, Mssrs Zamri Idrus & Co.
He said the letter had to be sent as he had yet to receive any feedback from Abdul Gani pertaining to the notice of appeal.
"Up till today, there is no response from the Attorney-General concerning my father's and my open application to file the appeal. Time is running out," he said.
Mohd Saiful Bukhari if he had the right to file the appeal himself, he would have done it without bothering other individuals.
However, the absolute power to file the appeal was in the hand of the Attorney-General.

tunku : i guess AG is taking his own sweet time on it.it only happens in Malaysia where opposition has the advantages whenever there is a case against them.it's always conspiracy and they are always not guilty, if they are found guilty then the court is wrong and controlled by the government.

Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Mahathir Questions Criticisms Over Anwar's Accuser Right To Appeal

KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 17 (Bernama) --It is difficult to win an appeal but not in the case of opposition leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim, said former prime minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad.
He said since facing a sodomy charge in 2008, Anwar had not exhausted his court appeals.
Dr Mahathir said when Anwar was acquitted and discharged by the High Court recently of the charge of sodomising his former aide Mohd Saiful Bukhari Azlan, the victim's plea for an appeal against the verdict was disputed.
"Does the opposition leader has a special privilege that justice is served only when he is found not guilty?
"Does a minnow has no right to seek justice to the extent that his appeal cannot be heard by the court anymore?" asked Mahathir in his blog entitled "Right to Appeal" Tuesday.
Several opposition leaders have criticised Mohd Saiful Bukhari's father, Azlan Mohd Lazim for seeking the Attorney-General's Chambers to appeal against the verdict.
Dr Mahathir questioned why Anwar's refusal to take a religious oath (sumpah laknat) at the mosque to deny the sodomy allegation did not have any meaning, particularly to Muslims.
Mohd Saiful Bukhari swore by holding the Quran at the Federal Territory Mosque here on Friday, Aug 18, 2008, claiming that Anwar had sodomised him.
"... and doesn't a sumpah laknat taken by a nobody means anything?" asked Dr Mahathir.
Dr Mahathir said if the recent court verdict was not in his favour, Anwar would have filed an appeal to a higher court.

tunku : it happens only in malaysia. when the government side charged in the court then he is 100% guilty and if opposition it is government's conspiracy.only the opposition and anwar only allowed to appeal not others and this is backed by the bar council. the bar council is actually an opposition political party in shadow.

Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Hasan slams Anwar over BBC interview

KUALA LUMPUR: Datuk Dr Hasan Ali has called Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim "power crazy" and said he cannot see himself working with the PKR adviser.
The Gombak Setia assemblyman, sacked by PAS last week, also said Anwar's recent comments in an interview with the BBC on homosexuality was one of the reasons why he cannot bring himself to be associated with the Opposition leader.
"The people must reject Anwar's struggle. God forbid, if we legalise laws to accept homosexuality in our society, chaos will ensue," he said.
He also said he would go on a nationwide road tour to "expose the parasites who have infested PAS", as well as explain his sacking.
"These parasites have come into PAS and are holding strategic positions in the party. I will reveal who they are during ceramahs at my nationwide roadshows," said Dr Hasan at a press conference held at his house Monday.
Dr Hasan also said his heart will always remain with PAS and that he has no intention to join Umno.
"If one day PAS can free itself from these parasites, I will be filling up a new member's form to rejoin PAS."
He declined to reveal what his plans were for the upcoming general election.

tunku : no true muslim will support a person like anwar, not only muslim , even a good human being with good morale will not support anwar. those who supports him are all disgusting like him.

Monday, January 16, 2012

Mat Sabu's Statement A Lie- Ahmad Maslan

SHAH ALAM, Jan 15 (Bernama) -- PAS deputy president Mohamad Sabu's claim that various quarters in Barisan Nasional (BN) are supporting Pakatan Rakyat (PR) to ensure that PR gains control of Putrajaya in the coming general election is a lie.
Umno Information chief Datuk Ahmad Mazlan, who made the statement, said there was no proof indicating that some BN members were found to be supporting PR.
"He is lying and I deny his statement. If there is support from BN, I want him to show me a list of who in BN are supporting Pakatan Rakyat," he told reporters after attending a function here, Sunday.
He was asked to comment on the allegation by Mohamad or Mat Sabu that certain quarters in BN including ex-ministers and ministers offered support to topple BN to enable PR to take over Putrajaya.
Mat Sabu made the statement at the Third PR Convention at Stadium Sultan Abdul Halim, Kedah, yesterday.
Ahmad said: "What Mat Sabu said is baseless. It is the same as his remarks, prior to this, when he said Mat Indera was a freedom fighter when he (Mat Indera) was actually a member of the Malayan Communist Party. This had been proven."

tunku : mat sabu got the inspiration from anwar on how to lie to public.....remember the 16 september scenario, now mat sabu is trying to fool the people again with their fairy tales stories. only fools will buy such stories.

Saturday, January 14, 2012

PM: Best to hold polls after Govt fulfils promises and reform plans

PETALING JAYA: The 13th general election will not be held so soon as the Government's reform initiatives are not in full swing yet.
Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak, who said this in an interview with The Wall Street Journal, said the general election would be held as soon as the economic reforms imposed produce real results.
“Essentially, it's a call you have to make on the basis of a feel-good factor, and that's when you press the button,” said Najib in the interview published yesterday.
He also insisted that the Government had to fulfil its promises to the people.
“You can have all the polling numbers but you must have the sense that this is the right time.
“I hope it will be the right time soon enough, but we still have not delivered on our promises and it's important for people to have the feeling that the reforms we have promised will actually benefit them,” he added.
Najib acknowledged that the deteriorating global economic environment, especially with Europe's debt crisis, could be a factor on when to dissolve parliament.
“But so far we are still quite comfortable because our exposure to the EU in terms of total trade is only about 9%. So, we are less vulnerable.
“But a Euro-zone collapse or some other catastrophe there will affect the whole world,” he said.
The general election has to be called before April 2013, with much speculation that it could be held as early as March this year.
In the interview, Najib also said Opposition Leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim's recent acquittal from the sodomy charge underscored the depth of the reform process.
“It shows that, as chief executive of the country, I don't interfere in the judiciary,” Najib said.
Anwar was acquitted on Monday on a charge of sodomising his former aide Mohd Saiful Bukhari Azlan.
The judge ruled that there was a lack of corroborative evidence in the two-year long trial to penalise the former deputy prime minister.
Once the verdict was released, “all of the tension surrounding the trial suddenly fell away and people suddenly realised that there are more important things than just the Anwar issue.
“What is important now is that we move forward,” Najib added.

tunku : that is the best for bn. do not rush for election. there's ample of time. bn should make sure all its project being implemented. forget about the oppositions and just concentrate on the economy.that will be the biggest asset for bn in the general election. economy is the key success here.

Friday, January 13, 2012

Shahrizat applies for leave from ministerial duties pending NFC probe

KUALA LUMPUR: Datuk Seri Shahrizat Abdul Jalil said Thursday she has applied for three weeks' leave from Friday from her duties as Women, Family and Community Development Minister.
She said in a statement that she had put in the leave application to Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak.
"I hope the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) will be able to undertake the investigation to determine whether I was associated with or not in any of the decisions made by the Government on the National Feedlot Corporation (NFC) in which my husband, Datuk Seri Dr Mohammad Salleh Ismail, is the executive chairman," she said.
The NFC issue cropped up after the 2010 Auditor-General's Report issued last October said the corporation's cattle-breeding project in Gemas, Negri Sembilan, to boost production and reduce import of beef had failed to meet its target.
The issue heated up following allegations by the opposition political parties of irregularities in the government allocation of RM250mil to NFC. - Bernama

tunku : applying leave is not enough kak jat, just resign from the ministerial post for time being. concentrate as wanita chief and later when things settle down and if the pm thinks that your service is required in the cabinet, he will appoint you then. sacrifice for the party kak jat.do not make party suffer just because of you.

Thursday, January 12, 2012

Prosecution wants to appeal against Anwar's acquittal

PETALING JAYA: The prosecuting team of Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim's trial wants to appeal against the High Court decision which acquitted the Opposition Leader of the charge of sodomising former aide Mohd Saiful Bukhari Azlan.
Lead prosecutor Solicitor-General II Datuk Mohd Yusof Zainal Abiden said the decision to file for an appeal was made after studying all evidence relating to the case, reported TV3 in its Nightline English news this morning.
Mohd Yusof would make the recommendation to Attorney-General Tan Sri Abdul Gani Patail soon so that an appeal could be filed within 10 days, added Nightline.
The Solicitor-General II added that prosecutors would first apply for the full written judgment to study the grounds for the acquittal.
On Monday, Justice Mohamad Zabidin Mohd Diah said the court could not be 100% certain after going through the evidence that the integrity of the DNA samples had not been compromised.
“The court finds that it is not safe to rely on the DNA evidence. So what is left is only SP1's (Mohd Saiful) testimony, ” he said in his oral judgment.
“As this is a sexual crime, the court is reluctant to convict based entirely on SP1's testimony without corroboration. The accused is thus acquitted and discharged,” he ruled.
Earlier in the day, at a press conference, Saiful's father Azlan Mohd Lazim urged for an appeal.
“For the sake of my son, I plead with the A-G's Chambers to appeal. As a father, I will continue to be with my son to get justice,” he said.
He added that the A-G's Chambers should not be influenced by the Bar Council or any other party asking it not to appeal.
Azlan said the view of the council seemed to deny a citizen's right to a trial.
“The Bar Council should take a neutral stand on the judicial process and not prevent justice.
“This is the first time that we are appealing and there are attempts to prevent it. Why the double standards? Is it because my son is an ordinary citizen and not a VIP or a politician that his rights can be denied?” he asked.
Azlan said his family had yet to decide on the next course of action, including taking a civil suit against Anwar, adding that they would wait until the 14-day period to appeal had been exhausted.
He, however, did not want to answer questions on the outcome of the trial but said that despite the court's decision, Saiful was “all right and upbeat”.
“Life is normal for him and the family. We have moved on. We act professionally, even though we are nobodies,” he said.

tunku ; till today no one had read the full judgement. the judge only gave his verdict on a short couple of paragraphs only.any how we don't mind if they (prosecutors)don't appeal the case as long as anwar can swear about it in the mosque that he had not done (sodomy) that. can anwar do it (swear) now? why he worry now ? he had won the case in the court.

Wednesday, January 11, 2012

Hasan can still be a thorn

Datuk Dr Hasan Ali was a constant thorn in the side of the Selangor government and his party colleagues in PAS. Now that he is sacked, will he continue to torment the party?
AFTER months maybe years of agonising, PAS has finally bitten the bullet and summarily sacked its fiery former Selangor commissioner Datuk Dr Hasan Ali.
The maverick politician is accused of consistently pulling the party in a different direction, essentially to-wards an alliance on Malay unity with Umno.
PAS is taking a big gamble sacking Dr Hasan now and not earlier, when many Pakatan Rakyat colleagues had wanted the party to act against its wayward member.
Dr Hasan was a constant thorn on the side of the Selangor government and his own party colleagues.
He was seen as not being a team player, pushing hard his own Islamic agenda.
He feels strongly that Malays, who are divided three ways between Umno, PAS and PKR, should unite and form a big and unshakeable bloc in Parliament and the state assemblies.
Only then, he reasoned, can they defend the Malay interest, Islam and the institution of the Malay Rulers.
The problem is that not everybody agrees with him and PAS has to tolerate his many gaffes and intransigence ever since the Pakatan Rakyat coalition came to be formed in the aftermath of the March 2008 general election.
Within days, it was revealed that Dr Hasan was one of the PAS leaders who went behind the back of his PKR and DAP colleagues and others in PAS to seek a unity government with Umno.
From that time onwards, his relationship with his Pakatan allies soured, to the point he was removed as Selangor PAS commissioner last year to allegedly mitigate the damage done to the Pakatan partners and among PAS' multi-racial supporters.
But he continued to speak up and berate the PAS leadership that is dominated by the Erdogans or moderates, led by spiritual adviser Datuk Nik Aziz Nik Mat, for allegedly deviating from their Islamic path and charging that PAS was no longer an Islamic party.
The last straw was his call on PAS members to stay away from the rally in support of Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim at the Kuala Lumpur Courts Complex on Monday, ostensibly because it was a “personal moral issue” of Anwar.
A disgusted PKR deputy president Azmin Ali publicly demanded that PAS act against Dr Hasan for breaking Pakatan's agreed rules to stand by Anwar at any cost.
The party's central committee meeting on Sunday unanimously decided to sack the Gombak Setia assemblyman without recourse to asking him to answer disciplinary charges.
He is to be removed from the state exco, where he holds the portfolio for Islamic Affairs, Malay Custom, Infrastructure and Public Amenities.
His only recourse is to appeal to the party's Syura Council but it is not known, at this juncture, if Dr Hasan would do this.
He called a press conference at his Taman Tun Dr Ismail home on the day he was sacked and, along with Islamic scholars, continued to berate PAS for being ungrateful.
“I have defended Islam and the Malay race for 20 years and PAS rewards me with a sacking,” he told his audience, who included former PAS deputy president Nasarudin Mat Isa.
The question, now that Dr Hasan has been sacked, is how much damage he can do to the party and the Pakatan coalition.
Being a motivational speaker and articulate in expressing his views, can he turn his sacking into a momentum of grievances among Malay voters against his former party and deliver Selangor to Barisan Nasional in the upcoming general election?
Dr Hasan is viewed as a champion of the conservative bloc in the party and the Malay community and, as such, he is not easily rebuffed.
PAS has erred by not acting earlier against him and calling for a by-election in his state seat.
By delaying, the party had allow-ed him to grow and become powerful.
But it has finally put a stop to the runaway train by sacking Dr Hasan and seeking to remove him from the state exco but at what cost?

tunku : it is a blessing actually. now hasan can move freely and explain to the muslims especially in selangor and generally nationwide on what is wrong with pas and pkr. hasan can now tell all the dark secrets of pas,pkr, dap and of the state government. most of pas members are upset with the sack of hasan. pas had made a big mistake . before his sacking he was a small thorn but now he is much bigger thorn to pakatan now.

Monday, January 9, 2012

Sodomy II: Anwar not guilty

KUALA LUMPUR: The High Court on Monday acquitted Opposition leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim of the charge of sodomising his former aide Mohd Saiful Bukhari Azlan.
Justice Mohamad Zabidin Mohd Diah said that after going through the evidence, the court could not be 100% certain the integrity of the DNA samples was not compromised.
He said as such, the court was left only with Saiful's testimony, which was uncorroborated, and was reluctant to convict based entirely on this.
Justice Mohamad Zabidin Mohd Diah - "After going through the evidence, the court could not be 100% certain that integrity of DNA samples was not compromised, and finds that it is not safe to rely on DNA evidence.
"As such, court is left only with Saiful's testimony. As this is a sexual crime, the court is reluctant to convict based entirely on Saiful's testimony, which is uncorroborated. The accused is thus acquitted and discharged."

tunku : the court could not be 100% certain on the dna samples but what about other evidences? its ok we hope saiful will file the case to the higher court. anyway today's verdict is confirmed that the court does not belongs to the ruling party.if it is belong to them then for sure anwar is behind bar right now.that shows how transparent the government is and how fair the court is. may be it is a good verdict for NOW as anwar's supporters won't have the chance to make street protest and create tense till the election. they can't accuse the government and the court now.

Sunday, January 8, 2012

Hasan Ali sacked from PAS - a victory for the evil.

S'gor to submit replacement exco member's name on Wednesday

PETALING JAYA: Selangor executive councillor Datuk Dr Hasan Ali has been sacked from PAS with immediate effect, party organ HarakahDaily reported Sunday.
In a brief statement, PAS president Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang said the party's central committee's collective decision was reached based on a provision in Paragraph 82(9) of the party's constitution because of Hasan's actions, which were deemed detrimental to the party.
Dr Hasan, who is also former Selangor PAS commissioner and assemblyman for Gombak Setia, has been critical of PAS' leadership, particularly on the welfare state concept espoused by the party, which he said deviated from its original struggle of championing Islam.
PAS Youth chief Nasrudin Hassan, in an immediate reaction, expressed full support for the decision.
Dr Hasan can appeal against the decision to the Shura council, the party's top decision-making body.
Reacting to the party's action, Dr Hasan expressed shock and said he would be consulting his friends and religious scholars on his next course of action.
"I just received news of my sacking. I am very shocked with the drastic action by the PAS central working committee," said Dr Hasan in a statement.
"I am also sad that my struggles for Islam are repaid in this manner," he added.
Dr Hasan said he will be calling for a press conference "soon" to clarify his position.
Meanwhile, the Selangor Mentri Besar's political secretary Faekah Husin said the name of the new executive councillor would be submitted to the palace on Wednesday.
She said Dr Hasan should resign as the executive councillor as he was no longer a member of the Pakatan Rakyat component party.

tunku : it's a victory day for the evil, at last the evil has succeeded in bringing down pas. pas is no longer an islamic party. they are now worst than a secular party. Islam is dead in pas. they always talk about democracy, islamic values, fair,transparent etc but when come to them nothing comes into account. they should have call hasan to defend himself but no, they sacked him without his presence.at least when anwar was sacked from umno, he was called and given all the chances to defend himself.now dap and pkr can freely do all the illegal things in selangor without hasan as an exco member with the blessing of pas,of course.

Hadi brushes off Dr Hasan's "prime minister" statements

PETALING JAYA: PAS president Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang has brushed aside Datuk Dr Hasan Ali's suggestion that he or spiritual adviser Datuk Nik Aziz Nik Mat should become Pakatan Rakyat's prime minister of choice.
"What is important is that we must first win the general election.
"The question of who becomes prime minister is not important. What is important is that our country is safe. Everything is decided by Allah,” he said in his Facebook posting which was liked' by over 700 people.
Dr Hasan, the former Selangor PAS Commissioner, has been in hot soup recently for his slew of statements, including one in which he said Nik Aziz or Abdul Hadi should be the alliance's choice for prime minister as the country's top leader needed to be of “good moral standing”.
His statement was seen as an open defiance against Pakatan's decision to have PKR leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim as the alliance's prime minister should they take over Putrajaya in the next general election.
Anwar had said that an interim prime minister would be appointed if he is jailed over the sodomy charges,
On Friday, PKR deputy president Azmin Ali called on the PAS top leadership to take action against Dr Hasan for his statements, stating that he was gone “overboard” and was no longer adhering to the principles and spirit of Pakatan.

tunku : hadi knows that he has no quality to be a prime minister so does nik aziz.he can't say that his deputy can be one.actually there is no qualified person in pakatan that can be a prime minister.that is why anwar had approached ku li to come in should they win the next general election.what a shame.

Friday, January 6, 2012

Police agree Free Anwar rally be held at car park of Jalan Duta court complex

KUALA LUMPUR: Police have agreed that the "Free Anwar 901" gathering on Monday can be held at the car park of the Kuala Lumpur Court Complex in Jalan Duta here.
City police chief Datuk Mohmad Salleh said this was decided at a meeting between the police and PKR deputy president Azmin Ali on Friday.
"Following the discussion, they have decided and promised to have a peaceful gathering at the car park," Mohmad told a press conference.

tunku : the police should allow justice for saiful's group to be allowed to gather at the court complex car park too. be fair to both , not one side only.

Justice For Saiful' Vs 'Free Anwar' Gathering On Jan 9

KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 5 (Bernama) -- A gathering called "Himpun Keadilan Untuk Saiful" is being planned at the courts complex here on Monday, the same day supporters of Opposition Leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim are planning to stage a demonstration in conjunction with the delivery of the court's verdict in his sodomy case.
The "Himpun Keadilan Untuk Saiful" gathering is to be organised by an organisation called Pertubuhan Permufakatan Majlis Ayahanda Malaysia (Permas) in support of Mohd Saiful Bukhari Azlan, a former aide of Anwar whom the opposition leader is alleged to have sodomised.
Permas secretary-general Zulkifly Shariff said about 5,000 Permas members would participate in the gathering which he added is also aimed at defending the country's judicial system from being tarnished by Anwar's supporters.
"They know that street demonstration is not our culture and if they continue to hold the rally, they will have to face Permas and the Muslim Consumers Association of Malaysia (PPIM)," he told reporters here Thursday.
Zulkifly said Permas would apply for a police permit to hold the gathering which would involve the participation of 15 non-governmental organisations (NGOs) under Permas.

tunku : this is good planning as police will surely fail to stop the illegal gathering by pakatan.so the answer is to let permas,ppim etc to handle them.

Thursday, January 5, 2012

Anwar is plotting his own death.

Anwar says Pakatan has identified successor

PETALING JAYA: Pakatan Rakyat has identified Opposition leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim's successor, should he be found guilty of sodomy and jailed, the PKR adviser told Bloomberg Wednesday.
However, Anwar did not reveal the name of his potential successor.
On Tuesday, Anwar told a press conference that the Pakatan Rakyat leaders have discussed the worst-case scenario in the event he was imprisoned.
"If I am jailed, involved in accident or shot, we are prepared, discussed various possibilities, scenario one, two, three," Anwar had told reporters.
On Monday, the High Court is expected to deliver its verdict on whether Anwar is guilty of sodomising a former aide.

tunku : the moron is plotting his own death now. if he is involved in accident then the blame will go to the government, if he is shot etc, the blame will go to the government.and by doing so they will get sympathy votes that will ensure their victory.by saying so, anwar had opened so many eyes in the opposition parties who look at this scenario as their best bet and "will try" to do something.. so lets be prepared for any outcome. the police should put a special squad to monitor the moron's movement from now and every movement is recorded.

PKR To Go Ahead With 901 Campaign Even With No Permit

SHAH ALAM, Jan 4 (Bernama) -- Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) will go ahead with its "Free Anwar 901" campaign although no application for a police permit has been made by the organisers.
"We definitely don't intend to apply for a permit to hold the campaign rally as we know a permit will not be issued (by police) as had happened before," said Selangor PKR information chief, Shuhaimi Shafie.
The gathering planned for this Jan 9 is said to be aimed at seeking justice for Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim when the Kuala Lumpur High Court gives its verdict on the sodomy case involving the opposition leader on that day.
Asked on the 336 police reports lodged by various groups from throughout the country up to yesterday against the campaign, Shuhaimi said PKR would not bow to such pressure.
He said besides the Kuala Lumpur High Court, the campaign would also be carried out at other locations in the federal capital, but these had not been determined yet.

tunku: come on PDRM. arrest those who are organizing it and those who are supporting it. it is an illegal gathering, use the available law to curb it.

Wednesday, January 4, 2012


More Lodge Police Reports Against Planned 'Free Anwar Campaign

KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 3 (Bernama) -- More organisations and individuals have lodged police reports against the planned "901 Free Anwar Campaign" in the capital on Monday.
Three office-bearers from two non-governmental organisations (NGOs) and two political leaders filed their reports at the Dang Wangi police station here Tuesday.
They were Ikatan Rakyat Malaysia (IRIMM) president Amir Amsaa Alla Pitchay, Penang IRIMM chairman Zainol Abidin Ahmad, Dewan Ekonomi dan Sosial Malaysia president Mohd Fazil Abdullah, MIC Wangsa Maju division chief S.Mohan Pillay and Federal Territory Wanita Umno chief Datuk Azizah Abdul Samad.
Speaking to reporters, Amir Amsaa said the organisers were trying to get the attention of foreign media to paint a bad picture of the country to the world.
"If the protest takes place, it will adversely affect our economy. We urge the police to take action against the organisers and ensure that the protest does not take place," he said.

tunku : the moron (anwar) is not jailed yet but there's already a movement to free him. that means everyone knows that he is guilty including his close aides. all they want is to create tense and chaos before the general election. police must not give them face. act within the law. the law is there to stop them and please use it. don't let this small group ruin the country's image. the majority out there are against it.

Tuesday, January 3, 2012

Raja Petra hits back at detractors

PETALING JAYA: Controversial blogger-in-exile Raja Petra Kamaruddin has hit back at critics who have accused him of selling out to Barisan Nasional after he criticised Opposition leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim in a recent interview with Mingguan Malaysia.
In his latest post on his website, he said he had expected the barrage of criticism unleashed against him once the interview was published as "not many could accept the truth".
Dismissing comments in various online portals where readers questioned whether he had sold out or turned traitor against Anwar, he said the vast majority of their comments did not matter to him.
"The more important issue is, which category are you in? Are you amongst the less than four million Malaysians who voted Opposition in the last general election in 2008 or are you amongst the more than 11 million eligible voters who did not vote Opposition, did not vote at all, or did not even register to vote?
"Yes, I value your comments, but only if you fall in the first category of all those various groups above. If not, then your comments are of no significance. And that would probably mean almost all if not all of those who are commenting," he wrote in his latest blog post Monday, questioning the majority of the commenters' true commitment towards asserting their political rights.
Once a staunch Anwar supporter, RPK stunned many when he questioned whether Anwar was the best candidate to lead the country and said he "wasn't impressed" with Anwar's performance in Selangor.
"Have there been many drastic changes in Selangor? Definitely not. The feedback we have received reflects that corruption still remains at the same level, no decrease," he said in the interview, which was also published in Berita Harian, The New Sunday Times and his online website Malaysia Today on Sunday.
RPK pointed out that it had been three years since Anwar was appointed Selangor's economic advisor, and yet had gone for more than 60 overseas trips during that period instead of carrying out his duties.
"We tell him, stay in the country and carry out your duties in Pakatan. More than 60 trips overseas is really too extreme," he said.

tunku : i personally don't like rpk at all but what he had exposed in the interview with utusan was the truth that most of the people knew about it except those die hard supporters of the moron(anwar) and once rpk was in that category too. people should open their eyes, one after one anwar's man leaving him as they know who is he or what kind of evil he is.leave him once and for all and let him rest peacefully in the prison after 9th january.

Monday, January 2, 2012

Late Salleh Majid's Extraordinary Achievements As Bursa Chief Remembered

KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 2 (Bernama) -- The late Datuk Mohd Salleh Abdul Majid was today hailed as a leader who made extraordinary achievements while helming the Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange (now known as Bursa Malaysia) besides championing the Malay economic agenda.
Former Bernama general manager Datuk Seri Azman Ujang, who often covered economic news when he was with Bernama's editorial team, said share prices when Mohd Salleh was heading the exchange (from 1996 until his retirement in 2003) kept going up unlike now.
"That time, share prices were skyrocketing and there were even cases where the share price of unknown counters reached up to RM140. Now there are shares which are even cheaper than a roti canai (average price RM1), and not going up.
"That was the situation during Mohd Salleh's heyday," said Azman, who was Bernama's Editor-in-Chief before being promoted as its general manager.
He added that one of Mohd Salleh's aspirations was the formation of an Islamic stock exchange involving the participation of several Arab countries and Malaysia.
Meanwhile, Malay Businessmen and Industrialists Association of Malaysia (Perdasama) president Datuk Moehamad Izat Emir said Mohd Salleh was a very consistent person and a decisive leader.
"I hope someone will compile his thoughts into a book," he said in commenting on the death of Mohd Salleh, 62, who died at the Kuala Lumpur Hospital (KLH) of rectal cancer and renal failure at 10.20am Monday.
Perkasa (a right wing Malay movement) president Datuk Ibrahim Ali described Mohd Salleh's passing as a big loss for the Malays, saying he had been relentless in his effort in pushing for the Malays to advance economically.
"We studied together at the Mara Institute of Technology (now Universiti Teknologi Mara) but he was more inclined to economics than politics," he said, adding that Mohd Salleh was a very humble and moderate person.
According to Mohd Salleh's younger brother, Ibrahim Abdul Majid, 60, Mohd Salleh had been suffering from kidney problems since the 1990s.
"My brother had been in and out of hospitals several times and was warded again at the KLH on Tuesday," he said.
A daughter of Mohd Salleh, who did wish for her name to be published, said Mohd Salleh was a loving father and always made time for the family despite his busy schedule.
Mohd Salleh's remains were buried at the Ar-Ridhuan Mosque Muslim Cemetery, in Hulu Kelang here this afternoon.

tunku : the nation had lost a great man. Al Fatihah.