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Monday, December 31, 2012

Tarikh PRU13 pilihan Najib.



Semua orang (iya ke? hahaha) tahu Najib memang anggap angka 11 adalah angka bertuah beliau.
Setelah aku tenung dan buat pengiraan mudah, gambar2 kalendar yang siap ditanda di bawah kemungkinan besar adalah tarikh PRU13.
Errr…. Ni pun kalau Najib kekal PM. Kalau Muhyidin naik. Tarikh2 kat bawah tak boleh pakai dah!

4 Januari 2013. 412013 = 11

3 Februari 2013. 322013=11

2 Mac 2013. 232013=11

1 April 2013. 142013=11

P/S: Nak percaya boleh. Taknak percaya pun wa tarak hal. Err.. 4 Januari kemungkinan besar tak sebab dah hampir sangat.
- media perak

Happy New Year? – ‘Black Magic’ And Betrayal Engulf BN!


Failing – Adenan Satem is said to be a shadow of his former self. But why are his family blaming BN rivals for his ill health?
Sarawak Report has been made privy to extraordinary accusations of betrayal and ‘black magic’ from deep inside Taib Mahmud’s family-run regime, as deadly rivals square up to succeed the failing Chief Minister.
Allies of brother-in-law, Adenan Satem, who is fighting a fatal heart disease, have confided that they believe his condition is the work of political rivals!
Meanwhile, the carefully constructed BN coalition, which previously dominated each and every federal seat in Sarawak, has started to publicly implode just on the eve of a general election.
Once it was the opposition who were divided, but now we see rival BN parties fighting for the same seats!
Likewise, across the border, the chaos in Sarawak is matched by dismay anddefections from UMNO in Sabah.
Here the Chief Minister, Musa Aman, has been discovered red-handed with tens of millions of dollars in backhanders in proxy accounts (we have the bank statements to prove it, backed by testimony from the Swiss bank UBS).
His UMNO allies have refused to prosecute and have lost further credibility as a result.
And the more the picture widens for BN the worse it gets!  There is even talk of ‘Black Magic’ in the Prime Minister’s very own circles, as UMNO party dissidents gossip and criticise the hold of greedy and powerful Rosmah Mansor over her husband, Najib Razak.
Unwelcome ambition – the vanity of Rosmah Mansor has become the target not just of the opposition, but of Najib’s most dangerous enemies, who are in his own party.
Yet black magic appears a paltry concern in comparison to the toxic revelations still pouring out about the murder of the model Altantuya and her links to Najib and his Scorpene submarine deals.
The talk in UMNO is no longer focused where it should be, on winning the election.  It is focused only on when Najib’s pushy deputy, Muyhiddin (backed by the dictator behind the throne, Mahathir) will strike.
Will it be before or straight after the election? That is all that insiders are asking at the moment!
What kind of a New Year does such a state of affairs portend and is it any way for a ruling party of more than 50 years to convince voters they are still fit to govern?
Heart transplant
Before illness struck. Adenan Satem was a preferred successor to Taib among many who fear the ‘thuggish’ Awang Tengah.
Taib Mahmud’s brother in law, Adenan Satem, is currently struggling in intensive care in Singapore, awaiting a heart transplant.
Relatives have been told he has a 50/50 chance of survival from this disease, but we have learnt that many of his closest family are refusing to believe his condition stems from natural causes.
They are clearly dismayed that this once favoured contender to succeed Taib has been edged out of the picture, just as insiders are starting to accept that the old dictator must be removed shortly from his post.
So instead they are blaming ‘Siamese Black Magic’ employed by political rivals!
“He needs to do a heart transplant in Mount Elizabeth Hospital, Singapore. Chances for him to survive are 50/50. Many believe that he had heart disease because of natural sickness. But, in reality he was actually got serious illness because of xxxxxxx xxxxxxx’s magic. Many people in Sarawak know about it actually” [A close relative confiding to Sarawak Report]
More than anything such suspicions are a symptom of the decay of Taib Mahmud’s control over his party and his followers’ fear of what may come next.
Taib and his dominant wife. Time for them to enjoy retirement – but how can he secure his billions from the hands of the law?
A brand new wife has done nothing to disguise Taib’s failing condition.
Indeed, Ragad’s dismissive public treatment of the diminutive old man has only emphasised the fact that his promise, first made way back in 1991, that he would shortly retire, has not yet been fulfilled.
Party divided
And the once all-powerful paymaster Taib has not only lost control of his family, he has lost control of his once disciplined party followers.
How else to explain the extraordinary situation in the crucial Iban heartland seats of Julau, Selangau, Lubok Antu, Kanowit, Sri Aman and Ulu Rajang?
Scandal-torn James Masing, who has delivered these PRS seats in his role as Taib’s henchman over the last decade, is now facing head-on rivalry from the newly formed SWP, bankrolled by his own former BN ally Sng Chee Hua.
This means there are two BN parties fighting over the same seats, which are already being keenly targeted by the opposition.  In the old days it was the other way around with the opposition parties divided and just one united candidate for BN!
But, if Taib is doing nothing about the problem with PRS he is likewise failing to restore order over the chaos besetting another of his key BN coalition allies, SPDP.  This party, supposedly led by William Mawan is beginning to look like a mass of headless chickens.
Mas Gading rebel from SPDP, Tiki Lafe, says he is still BN and Taib has failed to rule on this matter.
The rebel MP for Mas Gading, Tiki Lafe, has also set up another rival ‘BN club’ party having walked out of SPDP with a whole bunch of assemblymen and he clearly proposes to stay and fight the seat at the federal election.
Taib has done nothing visible to stop this fracturing.  So, will Mawan also contest Mas Gading, presenting two BN contenders for the same seat yet again?  It would seem very likely.
And again, yet another key Sarawak BN party SUPP is also showing itself to be every bit as poisonously divided.
SUPP’s former leader, the equally scandal-torn former DCM, George Chan, was already booted out by fed up voters at the past state election.  Yet his successor, Peter Chin, is now locked in dispute with remaining party stalwarts.
Last month, shortly after the Prime Minister himself pledged there would be no sackings from the party, Peter Chin duly sacked two key allies of the influential Sibu Chairman, Wong Soon Koh, with whom he has been squabbling.  As a result Soon Koh has accused Chin of insulting the Prime Minister.
Can neither Taib nor Najib control their warring followers?  If not, voters are going to look elsewhere.
‘Thug’ Tengah – is Sarawak heading into the crocodile’s mouth?
Thug? Awang Tengah is said to have muscled himself into poll position to succeed Taib having milked hundreds of millions out of his job as Planning Minister
Which brings us back to the rivalries between the would-be successors to Taib himself.  Currently, the man who is most feared and on the top of the heap is Awang Tengah, Assemblyman for Bukit Sari.
The old man had earlier rewarded Tengah’s apparent loyalty by giving him the position of Second Planning Minister, which has made the young minister astoundingly rich in a very short period.
To onlookers it seems that Taib no longer exerts any restraint over the greed of his family and followers. Such people are snatching what they can while they can, be it contracts, NCR land or remaining timber concessions.
Tengah is acknowledged to be one of the most rapacious of these operators and with wealth comes power.
Now members of Taib’s own inner circle are warning that Awang Tengah has bought control over enough of the Chief Minister’s followers to be in poll position to topple the old man and take power for himself:
“Taib is realising what is actually happening. But, at this moment he cannot move Tengah because he already has less influence to get rid Tengah. This is because Tengah is getting stronger and even more stronger than Abang Jo and Adenan [Satem]. With his wealth, power and the big number of state assemblymen that he control, he can topple Taib anytime and be the next CM of Sarawak…. Tengah is actually a thug. I don’t want Sarawak in the situation of out from the tiger’s mouth, into the crocodile’s mouth” [insider speaking to Sarawak Report].
What is certain is that although Taib is clinging on to power, he will soon be gone.  Both his sons, whom the old man had hoped would succeed him, have been ruled out of position (Abu Bekir because of his messy and scandalous divorce, which is still unresolved and Sulaiman because he has run away).
The situation leaves little comfort for the people of Sarawak unless they can rid themselves of BN and its in-fighting at the next election.
The Tiger was bad enough, but the Crocodile strikes fear even amongst the rich and powerful in Sarawak. - Sarawak Report

2013 - YEAR OF THE GE: Najib to be remembered for historic corruption, capital flight & plunging education


2013 - YEAR OF THE GE: Najib to be remembered for historic corruption, capital flight & plunging education
For nearly four years, Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak had been promising one transformation programme after another – government, economic, political, educational, social, etc all under an overarching slogan of 1Malaysia under one agency or another.
All these pronouncements and initiatives have achieved is to earn the nation the epithet of “The Acronym Nation” while national deformations in all aspects of national life have proceeded unchecked.
Najib’s four-year premiership will be remembered by Malaysians as an administration of plunging global indices, and this unpleasant fact has been underlined by three international reports in the last month of this year, viz:
Corruption
In the four-year Najib premiership, Malaysia’s Transparency International (TI) Corruption Perception Index (CPI) rankings sunk to the lowest depths in 18 years – No. 56 in 2009 and 2010, No. 60 in 2011 and No. 54 in 2012  as compared to the worst ranking of No. 23 under Mahathir and No. 47 under Abdullah  – suggesting that corruption under the present Prime Minister is even worse than under all the previous Prime Ministers, Tunku Abdul Rahman, Tun Razak, Tun Hussein, Tun Mahathir and Tun Abdullah.
No. 1 in per capita capital flight
Latest Global Finance Integrity report showed that on a per capita basis, Malaysia with a population of 28 million, is No. 1 in the world on illicit money outflow – whether in terms of black money siphoned out of the country for 2010, which is RM196.8 billion, or for the past decade (2000-2010), which is a whopping RM871 billion or equivalent to  over RM31,000  for each of the country’s 28 million population.
Double-whammy of decline in maths and science standards by Malaysian students when compared with foreign countries well as with past batches
In TIMSS 2011 for eighth-grade students, Malaysia is ranked No. 26 with a score of 440 out of 1,000 for mathematics and even lower for science at No. 32 with a score of 426, both below the international average. They are also the worst scores for Malaysia in the four TIMSS 1999-2011, i.e. in maths dropping by 79 points from 519 in 1999 to 440 in 2011; in science, dropping by 66 points from 492 in 1999 to 426 points in 2011.
These are not signs of national transformation but national deformations.
Let 2013 end the national deformations and usher in an era of genuine national transformation for Malaysians by electing a new Pakatan Rakyat Malaysian government for the first time in 55 years.
Happy New Year 2013 to all Malaysians.
Lim Kit Siang is the DAP adviser & MP for Ipoh Timur

EVIL TO THE CORE: When even medicine & vitamins are dispensed according to RACE!


EVIL TO THE CORE: When even medicine & vitamins are dispensed according to RACE!
MR 1MALYSIA Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak! Malaysians have had enough of your bullshit rhetoric.
Your 1Malaysia slogan has on numerous occasions shown to be just empty meaningless excretions from your cesspool-like mouth.
We have had enough of your slogans. It is time for you to act to show that you mean business. However, your imbecile behaviour as a prime minister for all is all but a farce.
Even in the dispensing of medicine and vitamins to those aged 50 to 55 is based on race, as found in this Hospital Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (HUKM) notice.
Mr PM! What are you trying to tell the world? That Malaysia is a pariah country only fit for Malays?














How racist can you get?
If that is not your message as a 1Malaysia premier, then heads must roll for that very disgraceful HUKM notice.
There is no valid reason to treat the matter lightly nor was it just a mistake or misunderstanding.
Mr Najib! The content of the message is crystal clear! An act of racism and an act of anti-Malaysian, just like your deputy Muhyiddin “I Am Malay First …” Yassin who shamelessly shits on your 1Malaysia concept.
When your deputy can pooh! pooh! 1Malaysia without a blink of an eyelid, what can you expect from the Little Napoleans in your administration.
Why is it that you are the first prime minister of Malaysia who cannot even defend his simple and clear policy of no race discrimination?
Are non-Malays in Malaysia not taxpayers? Can I stop paying taxes since I am not entitled to the same medical benefits as Malay citizens?
Can you also blame non-Malays if they unite and stop paying taxes? What will become of this country then?
If non-Malays start a run in the local banks, withdrawing all their savings and put it in a foreign bank, can you also fault them?
Honestly, Mr PM! I am sure Malaysia is still a democratic nation and, therefore, how can you really fault Malaysians for choosing the financial services of their choice?
So Mr PM! For the country’s sake, you and your administration led by racist Little Napoleans are advised to start taking a reign on racism, discrimination and extremism in this era – the 21st Century digital world.









World is watching - don't try to be 'funny'!
Malaysians are not the only one watching your every action to divide Malaysians via unnecessary racist terms and conditions aimed at disuniting the rakyat (people).
The whole world is watching via a borderless Information Communications Technology environment in which nothing can be hidden anymore, like in the 19th and 20th centuries.
The more you allow racists and racism to reign on the country, the more you will frighten away both domestic and foreign investors.
The consequences and misery of a failed economy will befall all Malaysians, including Umno Malays and their supporters or lapdogs.
So Malaysians who want a united, progressive and prosperous future for Malaysia, come the next 13th General Election, make the right choice or don’t blame anyone but yourself when the rough times start crumbling down on you.
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Death threat for MyWatch chief


MyWatch chairman R Sri Sanjeevan received a threatening call from an unknown person yesterday.
PETALING JAYA: The chairman of anti-crime watchdog MyWatch allegedly received a death threat yesterday, but has brushed it off as something that comes with the territory.
R Sri Sanjeevan told FMT he received a call from a private number and a rough voice spoke to him, saying: “You bastard. You watch out. We are going to shoot you down tonight. You are stepping on too many toes.”
But Sanjeevan said he was not rattled by the threat. He said: “I just replied him ‘I would be at PJ Hilton tonight. You can come and look for me.’ But he just hung up.”
He said that such calls were not something new to him, having received at least two other similar calls a few years back when he had highlighted cases of police abusing suspects. He was then the public complaints bureau head of the NGO Astivaaram Foundation.
“So this was very much anticipated. Seems like it always happens to me whenever I talk about the police,” he said.
When asked if he had any idea who would do this, Sanjeevan refused to speculate, but said: “I don’t know who they are. But it must be one of the people who are offended with all the revelations by MyWatch recently.”
He added that he will not be lodging a police report because he was quite certain the police would not act.
“I have no confidence in them of doing anything about this and I base this on my experience lodging a report in 2010 about a threat too.”
Sanjeevan said that speaking to the media was sufficient on this matter.
“At the end of the day it is still information and intelligence for them when it comes out in the press. The police can still act and investigate but they would usually excuse themselves by asking for a formal report before doing any work,” he said.
Sanjeevan vowed that the NGO he leads will continue with their work to assist in reducing crime and expose wrongdoings of the police.
Cases of power abuse
In the past few weeks, MyWatch, or The Malaysian Crime Watch Task Force, has risen to prominence after its patron, former inspector-general of police Musa Hassan made public several serious allegations in a few press conferences and interviews.
Chief among those issues he highlighted were that politicians have been interfering with police work and that criminal elements have infiltrated the police force.
Musa had also pointed out that there may have been cases of abuse of power at the top level when several senior policemen were transferred out for refusing to approve an “unsound” walkie-talkie project.
He also labelled his successor, current IGP Ismail Omar a ‘Yes man’ and had urged the latter to be tough in light of these issues.
MyWatch had more recently claimed that it has in its possession evidence that top police officers were involved in criminal activities, including officers that were involved in money laundering, illegal gambling, prostitution, football bookies and have direct links with underworld figures and kingpins.
MyWatch claimed that there was also a case where a top police officer was given an “all-expense paid trip overseas to play golf with an underworld kingpin” as well as one where “one senior police official’s son and daughter is working for a kingpin with special priviledges”
On Sunday, MyWatch alleged that a police officer with a rank of deputy commissioner [DCP] appointed by Home Minister Hishammuddin Hussein as his special liaison officer was ‘more powerful’ than Ismail himself.

Floods keep 31 Terengganu schools closed on first day of school


File photo of children on the first day of school in Kuala Lumpur. About 12,000 children in Terengganu missed their first day of school because of floods.
KUALA TERENGGANU, Jan 1 — Thirty-one schools in Terengganu remained closed today due to the second wave of floods which hit the state yesterday, and kept about 12,000 schoolchildren away from their first school day of the new year. 
Twenty-three of them are primary schools and the remaining eight, secondary schools, said State Education, Higher Education, Science, Technology and Human Resource Committee chairman Datuk Ahmad Razif Abdul Rahman. 
Thirteen of the schools are located in the Hulu Terengganu district, 12 in the Besut district and three each in the Kemaman and Setiu districts, he said.
Some of the schools are flooded, some are cut off by floods, some are being used as relief centres and some are being cleaned.
Sekolah Kebangsaan (SK) Lubuk Periok, SK Tengku Ampuan Intan, Sekolah Menengah Agama (SMA) Mahmudiah and Sekolah Menengah Imtiaz Kuala Berang, all in Hulu Terengganu, and SK Pasir Akar, SK Tok Raja, SK Bukit Jerok, SK Alor Keladi, SK Kampung Nangka, SK Tok Dor and SK Keruak, all in Besut, remained flooded, said Ahmad Razif.
He spoke to reporters after calling on new Standard One pupils at SK Tok Jembal here which opened today for the new school year. Also present was Terengganu deputy director of education Hashim Mohd Zin. 
Ahmad Razif said SK Anak Ikan in Setiu and SK Seri Payong and SK Tenang in Besut were being used as flood relief centres. 
Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan (SMK) Bukit Mentok in Kemaman was being cleaned after having been used as a flood relief centre, he said.
He named the schools cut off by floodwaters as SK Kuar, SK Felda Tersat, SK Bukit Taduk, SK Matang, SK Tengkawang, SMK Menerong, SMK Matang and SMK Jenerih, all in Hulu Terengganu; SK Padang Kubu and SK RKT Seberang Tayor in Kemaman; SK Pak Ba and SK Sungai Las in Setiu; and SMK Bukit Payong and SMK Putera in Besut.
“As of now, we are not certain when these schools will reopen. We hope the second wave of floods will recede soon. The schools will have to hold replacement classes on a Saturday,” he said.
Ahmad Razif said parents could contact the respective schools or the district education offices to find out when the schools would reopen.
Meanwhile, Hashim said 19,878 pupils had registered to attend Standard One from today at 350 schools in the state. — Bernama

BR1M will likely boost BN’s chances in the next election


KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 1 — As the federal government prepares to hand out cash aid to millions of Malaysian households in the next few weeks, the Barisan Nasional (BN) coalition is set to be a major beneficiary in terms of votes in this year’s general election, political analysts and even opposition lawmakers have conceded.
They expect the 1 Malaysia People’s Aid (BR1M) handout to be a swing factor, particularly in rural areas.
“BR1M will provide a huge multiplier effect, not only economically, but to draw votes towards the ruling government,” said Asri Salleh from Universiti Teknologi Mara (UiTM) Terengganu.
“The recipients will mostly be the hardcore poor and urban poor, so it will definitely swing votes.”
This view was echoed by the DAP.
“They’ll have a big impact. Especially in “protecting” their traditional votes in the rural areas ... That’s the reason why (the prime minister) keeps postponing polls,” DAP’s Petaling Jaya Utara MP Tony Pua said.
Pua, who is also the DAP Selangor deputy chief, said that Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak (picture) had missed his chance to call the polls after the first BR1M aid was handed out last year.
“He now knows that he has to call elections within three months of BR1M 2.0 so that the positive effect will not disappear, as people (tend to) forget after three months,” said Pua.
Unlike BN, Pua explained that PR do not have the same financial muscle, especially in states not ruled by them, like Johor, Pahang and Perak, so it will be difficult for them to counter the feel-good effect of BR1M in the rural areas.
A major sum of RM3 billion will be allocated for BR1M 2.0, a more than 40 per cent increase from the RM2.1 billion allocated for the first BR1M.
Datuk Samsol Bari Jamali, Umno Johor information chief, refuted claims that BR1M is a deliberate attempt to sway and ensure votes from a certain segment of the society.
“If BR1M is really for the election, how come the government has started giving it even from last year?.
“BR1M is not a BN thing, it is a manifestation of the government’s promise to the people,” Samsol Bari argued.
Professor Dr Jayum Jawan, a political scientist from Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM) said that he will not be surprised if BR1M swings the vote of Malaysians towards BN, but criticised the one-off handouts practised by the government.
“If BN wants to capture the hearts of the voters, they need a more comprehensive and sustainable economic blueprint which will involve as many citizens as possible,” offered Jayum.
“BR1M is one-off, people are aware that it is just for the election,” Jayum said.
More than 2.3 million applications had been received for BR1M 2.0 as at December 17, with more than 1.6 million of the applications from single unmarried people and more than 720,000 from households.
Malaysians with a household income of less than RM3,000 a month are eligible for the one-off RM500 cash aid, while single unmarried individuals aged 21 and above and earning not more than RM2,000 a month are eligible for a one-off RM250 aid.
BR1M 2.0 is expected to benefit 4.3 million households and 2.7 million single unmarried individuals, compared to 4.2 million people for the first BR1M last year.